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UTMENG100H5Alison WeirWinter

ENG100H5 Lecture Notes - Acrophobia, Speedometer, Golden Gate Park

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First zoom in on a woman"s lips, and then credits begin to come out of her eyes. Dream- man, cop, and scottie coming up a ladder on the side of a build
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She remembers there were not as many carriages. They say they love each other, she says it"s too late. She asks to go into the church alone. His fear o
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Luigi Galvani, Paul Broca, Grey Matter

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Views of the brain in ancient greece: hippocrates (460 379 b. c. He proposed that the brain mechanisms for a human are similar to that of a beast only
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Dorsal Root Ganglion, Dura Mater, Neural Tube

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Chapter 7: the structure of the nervous system. Ns of all mammals has two division: the cns and the pns. Anatomical references: read page 169 and 170.
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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, Chemical Synapse, Neuromuscular Junction

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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Acetylcholine Receptor, In Situ Hybridization, Choline Acetyltransferase

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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential, Neuromuscular Junction, Resting Potential

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Imagine you stepped on a thumbtack and how it can be converted into a neural signal: First, specialized ion channels of the sensory nerve endings allow
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Exosphere, Drawing Pin, Membrane Potential

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The frequency and pattern of action potentials constitute the code used by neurons to transfer information from one location to another. The ups and do
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Resting Potential, Extracellular Fluid, Ion Transporter

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The neuron solves the problem of conducting information over a distance by using electrical signals that sweep along the axon. Axons act like telephone
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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Axon Hillock, Golgi Apparatus, Golgi'S Method

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Neurons and glia are cells in the nervous system and are broad categories, within which are many types of cells that differ based on their structure, c
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Reticular Formation, Posterior Parietal Cortex, Vestibulospinal Tract

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The central motor system is arranged as a hierarchy of control levels, with the forebrain at the top and the spinal cord at the bottom (see table 14. 1
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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Optic Chiasm, Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Magnocellular Cell

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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Resource Consumption

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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Bulimia Nervosa, Motivation, Leptin

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Motivation - a general term for a group of phenomena that affect the nature, strength, or persistence of an. What is motivation: we are motivated to pe
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Resting Potential, Ion Transporter, Extracellular Fluid

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Cytosol and extracellular fluid: water is the main ingredient of the fluid inside the neuron, the cytosol, and the extracellular, electrically charged
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Axon Hillock, Golgi'S Method, Axon Terminal

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Neurons and glia are cells in the nervous system and are broad categories, within which are many types of cells that differ based on their structure, c
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Exosphere, Drawing Pin, University Of Manchester

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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Somatic Symptom Disorder

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Chapter 17 the nature and causes of mental disorders. Often referred to as neuroses, anxiety, somatoform, and dissociative mental disorders are strateg
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Lamellar Corpuscle, Postcentral Gyrus, Dorsal Root Ganglion

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Somatic sensation enables our body to feel, to ache, to chill, and to know what its parts are doing. It is sensitive to many kinds of stimuli. The cent
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Luigi Galvani, Paul Broca, Grey Matter

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Views of the brain in ancient greece: hippocrates (460 379 b. c. He proposed that the brain mechanisms for a human are similar to that of a beast only
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Panic Attack

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Chapter 17 the nature and causes of mental disorders. To understand, diagnose, and treat psychological disorders, some sort of classification system is
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Endocrine Disruptor, Nerve Growth Factor, Testicular Cancer

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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Dorsal Root Ganglion, Dura Mater, Neural Crest

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Chapter 7: the structure of the nervous system. Ns of all mammals has two division: the cns and the pns. Anatomical references: read page 169 and 170.
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Arsenic, Intellectual Disability, Primitive Reflexes

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Metals are notable for their wide environmental dispersion from such activity; their tendency to accumulate in select tissue of the body; and their ove
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Taste Bud, Taste Receptor, Afferent Nerve Fiber

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Gustation and olfaction have a similar task: the detection of environmental chemicals. In fact, only by using both sense can the nervous system perceiv
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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Precautionary Principle, Statistical Significance, Risk Assessment

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Chapter 14: the precautionary principle: a guide for protecting public health and the environment: Many environmental impacts of human activities canno
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UTMPSY280H5DoldermanFall

Chapter 10.doc

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PSY280H5 Lecture Notes - Ultraviolet, Electromagnetic Radiation, Genotoxicity

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Smoking and driving are much more dangerous then exposures to low levels of. The electromagnetic spectrum is divided into three segments with visible l
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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency, Population Genetics

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Individuals do no evolve; populations do: a population is a group of individuals of a single species that live and interbreed in a particular geographi
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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Cambrian Explosion, Atmospheric Temperature, Radionuclide

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Chapter 21: the history of life on earth. The oldest layers, or strata, lie at the bottom, and successively higher strata are progressively younger: ob
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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Species, Species Problem, Species Complex

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Each of the three agrees that species are evolutionarily independent units that are isolated by lack of gene flow, but each employs a different criteri
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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Dna Mismatch Repair, Pleiotropy, Selective Breeding

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The branch of evolutionary biology that attempts to make sense of the diversity in. Fig 13. 2 shows how a female opossum got her energy at different st
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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Sperm Competition, Ceratitis Capitata, Mating Plug

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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Earwax, Genetic Drift, Ectotherm

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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Courtship Display, Haliotis Rufescens, Fosb

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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Isotopes Of Hydrogen, Electronic Tagging, Guppy

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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Primary Producers, Ecosystem Services, Human Overpopulation

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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Phenotypic Trait, Quantitative Genetics, Mendelian Inheritance

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Quantitative genetics- the branch of evolutionary biology that provides tools for analyzing the evolution. 9. 1- the nature of quantitative traits: qua
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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Circadian Rhythm, Circadian Clock, Opportunity Cost

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What questions do biologists ask about behaviour: ethology: the study of animal behaviour from an evolutionary perspective. For many animals, much of t
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UTMBIO407H5Nicole MyersFall

BIO407H5 Lecture Notes - Tropical And Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests, Temperate Deciduous Forest, Intertropical Convergence Zone

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Ch 52: ecology and the distribution of life. Air rises when it is heated by sun, so warm air rises in tropics, which receive greatest solar energy inpu
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