OC8483

OC8483

26Uploads
0Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (26)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
UTSCLINA01H3Chandan NarayanFall

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Proofreading, Dna Ligase, Dna Replication

OC84831 Page
2 Nov 2011
35
View Document
UTSCEESB18H3Jovan StefanovicFall

EESB18H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Continental Crust, Oceanic Crust, Seismic Refraction

OC84836 Page
16 Oct 2011
38
Earth crust = thing skin of rock, less than 1% of earth"s total volume. Mantle rocks brought to the earth"s surface in basalt flows, diamond bearing ki
View Document
UTSCEESB18H3Jovan StefanovicFall

Chapter 20

OC84838 Page
16 Oct 2011
27
What are the main geological building blocks of north america. A geologic jigsaw: northern part of ca, underlain by exposed ancient core ( craton) call
View Document
UTSCEESB18H3Jovan StefanovicFall

Lecture 3

OC84834 Page
16 Oct 2011
30
Citation ( name, date) record at the end under reference . Quiz: based on chap 3 & 4. Wilson cycles when there are supercontinents 250 million in the f
View Document
UTSCEESB18H3Jovan StefanovicFall

Lecture 12

OC84836 Page
16 Oct 2011
26
Anthropocene is used by some scientists to describe the most recent period in the earth"s history. It has no precise start date, but may be considered
View Document
UTSCEESB18H3Jovan StefanovicFall

Chapter 2

OC848311 Page
16 Oct 2011
21
Plate tectonic theory: surface of the earth is divided into large plates that change position/size. Continental drift+ sea-floor spreading = theory of
View Document
UTSCEESB18H3Jovan StefanovicFall

EESB18H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Customer Relationship Management, Psychographic, Market Segmentation

OC84832 Page
16 Oct 2011
34
Midterm: 90 min long, chap 1-5, 35 m/c 4 short answers ( 25 marks) = total 60. As marketing managers you have to figure out what people need and what t
View Document
UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

Chapter 5

OC84832 Page
16 Oct 2011
29
Midterm: 90 min long, chap 1-5, 35 m/c 4 short answers ( 25 marks) = total 60. As marketing managers you have to figure out what people need and what t
View Document
UTSCHLTB21H3Anna WalshFall

Lecture 6: measles

OC84833 Page
16 Oct 2011
25
View Document
UTSCLINA01H3Chandan NarayanFall

lingustics

OC84832 Page
16 Oct 2011
32
View Document
UTSCLINA01H3Chandan NarayanFall

Lingusistics lecture

OC84832 Page
16 Oct 2011
32
View Document
UTSCLINA01H3Chandan NarayanFall

lecture 6

OC84832 Page
16 Oct 2011
26
View Document
UTSCCHMA10H3Ann VernerFall

Chapter 26

OC848310 Page
16 Oct 2011
55
Organic compounds contain: h and c atoms or something with the combination with other atoms like: n, o, s. Carbon is chosen for special study for its a
View Document
UTSCCHMA10H3Ann VernerFall

Chapter 6: gases

OC84834 Page
16 Oct 2011
18
View Document
UTSCCHMA10H3Ann VernerFall

CHMA10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Molecular Orbital Theory, Orbital Hybridisation, Chemical Bond

OC84837 Page
16 Oct 2011
17
Lewis theory, does not help explain why metals conduct electricity, and how semiconductors work. Potential energy- net energy of the interaction of ato
View Document
UTSCCHMA10H3Ann VernerFall

Chapter 8

OC84839 Page
16 Oct 2011
19
Electromagnetic radiation: form of energy transmission in which electric and magnetic fields are propagated as waves through empty space or a medium. P
View Document
UTSCCHMA10H3Ann VernerFall

Chapter 9

OC84836 Page
16 Oct 2011
41
Chapter 9: the periodic table and some atomic properties. The basis of the pt is the e" configuration of the element s. 9-1 classifying elements: the p
View Document
UTSCCHMA10H3Ann VernerFall

Chapter 3

OC84831 Page
16 Oct 2011
11
View Document
UTSCCHMA10H3Ann VernerFall

CHMA10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Adapter Molecule Crk

OC84836 Page
16 Oct 2011
13
Gases expand to fill their containers and assume the shape of their container s. Diffuse into one another and mix in all proportions. 4 properties dete
View Document
UTSCGGRA03H3Susannah BunceSummer

Lecture 10

OC84834 Page
8 Oct 2011
15
View Document
UTSCGGRA03H3Susannah BunceSummer

Lecture 7

OC84832 Page
8 Oct 2011
18
View Document
UTSCGGRA03H3Susannah BunceSummer

Lecture 9

OC84833 Page
8 Oct 2011
17
View Document
UTSCGGRA03H3Susannah BunceSummer

Lecture 6

OC84832 Page
8 Oct 2011
19
Lecture #6 (first lecture after midterm---june 10 th , 2009. Missisauga- light rail transit- reduce carbon footprint improving transit in. Packaging: 1
View Document
UTSCGGRA03H3Susannah BunceSummer

Lecture 8

OC84833 Page
8 Oct 2011
18
June 24 th : lecture 8 : ggra03h3: garbage strike is connected to bubonic plage and cholera, hot weather + garbage public health threat. Type 2: most e
View Document
UTSCGGRA03H3Susannah BunceSummer

Lecture Note

OC84834 Page
8 Oct 2011
20
View Document
UTSCGGRA03H3Susannah BunceSummer

Lecture 9

OC84833 Page
8 Oct 2011
16
View Document