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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Midterm: Bio 2EE3 Terminology Post-Midterm

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Biology 2ee3 terminology chapters 16, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 12, 16, 23, 25, 26, 27. Virion the infectious form of a virus as it exists outside th
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Lecture 17: Bio 2EE3 Lecture 17 Notes

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Midterm: Bio 2EE3 Terminology Pre-Midterm

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13 Jun 2016
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Biology 2ee3 terminology chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14. Prokaryote organism whose cell or cells lack a nucleus; includes both bacteria an
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Lecture 12: Bio 2EE3 Lecture 12 Notes

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13 Jun 2016
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Lecture 15: Bio 2EE3 Lecture 15 Notes

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Lecture 16: Bio 2EE3 Lecture 16 Notes

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Lecture 11: Bio 2EE3 Lecture 11 Notes

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2B03Kim DejFall

BIOLOGY 2B03 Lecture Notes - Insulin, Rosiglitazone, Antibody

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Ben EvansFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Oldowan, Termite, Taphonomy

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27 Nov 2013
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Chapter 12: oldowan toolmakers and the origin of human life history. The oldowan toolmakers the earliest identifiable stone tools are from about 2. 5 m
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Ben EvansFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, Radiometric Dating, Continental Drift

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27 Nov 2013
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During permian and early triassic periods, much of the world"s fauna was dominated by therapsids, a diverse group of reptiles. At end of triassic, most
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Ben EvansFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Phylogenetic Tree, Cambrian Explosion, Hox Gene

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24 Nov 2013
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Chapter 27: phylogenies and the history of life. The evolutionary history of a group of organisms is called its phylogeny. Phylogenies are usually summ
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Ben EvansFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency, Genetic Drift

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24 Nov 2013
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Natural selection is not the only process that causes evolution. There are four mechanisms that shift allele frequencies in populations. Increases freq
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Ben EvansFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Geologic Time Scale, Rifampicin

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24 Nov 2013
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Plato claimed that every organism was an example of a perfect essence created by god and that these types were unchanging. Aristotle ordered the types
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Fetal Hemoglobin, Alpha Helix, Hyperbola

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16 Oct 2013
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More complex to solve, took more time to solve. First found in sperm whale as an oxygen storing molecules. Monomer, single polypeptide chain, 8 alpha h
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Amino Acid, Coomassie Brilliant Blue, N-Terminus

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16 Oct 2013
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2F03Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2F03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tata-Binding Protein, Rna Polymerase Ii, Rho Factor

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16 Oct 2013
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Change of one base can cause many changes in diff proteins. Change in one base (third base) will not affect much since dna is redundant. One type forms
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Lovaye KajiuraFall

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Agaricus Bisporus, Agrobacterium Tumefaciens, Hiv

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16 Oct 2013
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Names of microorganisms or groups of microorganisms that may appear in the final exam of bio 2ee3. Agrobacterium tumefaciens bacteria that can infect p
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Jeff LandryFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture Notes - Tetramethylsilane, Chemical Shift, Natural Abundance

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6 Oct 2013
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Jeff LandryFall

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes -Decane, Benzene, Mass Spectrum

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30 Sep 2013
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Mass spectrometry is primarily used to determine the molar mass and formula for a compound. High performance chromatography to separate compounds, mass
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 2B03Yingfu LiFall

BIOCHEM 2B03 Lecture Notes - Helicase, Dna Ligase, Dna Supercoil

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30 Sep 2013
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There are 2 replication box come out from oric. Dna synthesis using stdna as a template. Both strands move in - same direction but in a different fashi
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 2B03Yingfu LiFall

BIOCHEM 2B03 Study Guide - Pyrimidine, Purine, Thymine

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10 Sep 2013
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2B03Kim DejFall

BIOLOGY 2B03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Spindle Apparatus, E2F, Human Papillomavirus Infection

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9 Sep 2013
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Cell adhesion plays a role in allowing cells to be held together, and was a vital process for the evolution of multicellular organisms. Specialized cel
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2B03Kim DejFall

BIOLOGY 2B03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Structural Analysis, Amine, Histidine

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9 Sep 2013
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Sidechains differ in: size, shape charge, hydrophobicity and reactivity. They are classified by solubility in water or polarity of the side chain. Hydr
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Bobo Doll Experiment, Murder Of Kitty Genovese, Muzafer Sherif

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2 Apr 2013
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Asked a child to perform the simple task of winding a string on a fishing rod as fast as he could either alone or in groups. In some cases, presence of
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Fundamental Attribution Error, Rush Hour, Trait Theory

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2 Apr 2013
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It is difficult to accurately attribute intentions to observed actions because for every observed behaviour, there are many possible motivating factors
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Long-Term Memory, Hermann Ebbinghaus, Sensory Memory

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2 Apr 2013
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Psychologists have generally asked three types of questions about memory: memory acquisition. Encoding reflects data entry or how information initially
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Erogenous Zone, Anal Stage, Anna Freud

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2 Apr 2013
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Personality is an idea, an abstract concept that we use because it seems to express or capture something important about our experiences. These abstrac
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Trekking Pole, Prototype Theory, Deodorant

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2 Apr 2013
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Each of these decisions were made more efficiently by your ability to quickly categorize incoming stimuli to that of young man, major assignment and ha
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mandelbrot Set, B. F. Skinner, Classical Conditioning

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2 Apr 2013
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Definition: learning the contingency between behaviours and consequences. Thorndike"s experiment: put a cat in a box with a rope attached to the door,
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Twin, David Wechsler

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2 Apr 2013
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Definition of intelligence: the cognitive ability of an individual to learn from experience, reason well, remember important information and cope with
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Fire Hydrant, Donald Broadbent, Colin Cherry

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2 Apr 2013
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Definition by william james: everyone knows what attention is. Selection: at the centre of the definition is the concept of selection, attending to som
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Speech Segmentation, Language Production, Language Development

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2 Apr 2013
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Classical Conditioning, Orienting Response, Fear Conditioning

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2 Apr 2013
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Orienting responses are important for focusing your attention to evaluate unfamiliar stimuli which may potentially signal danger or unexpected opportun
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Frappuccino, Psychodynamics, Design Of Experiments

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2 Apr 2013
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Rene descartes: mind-body dualism, i think therefore i am , mind and body are distinct entities that are causally linked. Muller: different areas of bo
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Research, Null Hypothesis, Statistical Inference

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2 Apr 2013
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Natural order: as far as possible, we will attribute the same effects to the same causes, we assume that a behaviour (smiling) is a reflection of the s
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MCMASTERMATH 1B03T AWinter

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1B03-L17.pdf

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