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MCMASTERPSYCH 3BN3Suzanna BeckerWinter

PSYCH 3BN3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Tetraethylammonium, Tetrodotoxin

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Ionic currents across nerve cell membranes: a transient increase in the permeability of the neuronal membrane to na+ initiates the action potential, a
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3BN3Suzanna BeckerWinter

PSYCH 3BN3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Serca, Tetrodotoxin

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3BN3Suzanna BeckerWinter

PSYCH 3BN3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Neuroethology, Neuropil, Dendrite

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

3D03_Memory.docx

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

3D03_The New Weird.docx

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

ENGLISH 3D03 Chapter Notes -Mind Control, Antimicrobial Resistance, Star Trek

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

ENGLISH 3D03 Chapter Notes -E. M. Forster, Air Conditioning

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

3D03_We Can Remember It For You Wholesale.docx

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

3D03_Burning Chrome.docx

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

3D03_The Machine Stops.docx

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

3D03_Island of Doctor Moreau.docx

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MCMASTERENGLISH 3D03Anne SavageWinter

3D03_To Hie From Far Cilencia.docx

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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

LIFESCI 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Olfaction

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Catfish track the wake of their prey: mechanoreceptors: sensory sensitive to changes in pressure, lateral line system: in fish, mechanoreceptors that p
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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

2D03_Chapter2.docx

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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

2D03_Chapter4.docx

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Chapter 4: behavioral genetics: vector=carrier, genes to ensure that individuals engage in sex in order for reproduction; genes code for pleasurable se
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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

2D03_Chapter 3.docx

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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

LIFESCI 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Isogamy, Anisogamy, Guppy

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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

LIFESCI 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Olfaction, Aroma Compound

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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

LIFESCI 2D03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Stotting, Lasius

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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

2D03_Chapter12.docx

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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

2D03_Chapter 5.docx

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MCMASTERLIFESCI 2D03Rashid KhanFall

2D03_Chapter1.docx

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1. 1animals and their behaviour are an integral part of human society. Beginning in prehistoric times and continuing for tens of thousands of years, hu
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneWinter

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Decomposer, Species Richness, Autotroph

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In figure 53. 9, where do you see the highest species richness: community 1, community 2, community 3, community 4, both community 2 and community 4. A
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneSummer

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Competitive Exclusion Principle, Interspecific Competition, Intertidal Zone

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Previously, we considered populations of a single species. Interactions among species, such as competitions and consumption can: affect the distributio
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneWinter

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Instinct, Wrasse, Classical Conditioning

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After describing behaviour, biologists seek to explain both its proximate and ultimate causes meaning, how it happens at the genetic and physiological
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneSummer

1MO3_Chapter 50.docx

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In ecology, researchers work at four main levels: organisms, populations, communities, and ecosystems. Organismal ecologists explore the morphological,
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneSummer

1MO3_Chapter 27.docx

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Phylogenies and the fossil record are major tools that biologists use to study the history of life. The cambrian explosion was the rapid morphological
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneSummer

1MO3_Chapter 15.docx

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Environment of evolutionary adaptedness (eea: humans lived in small foraging bands for much of existence. Social facilitation in monkeys: observational
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneWinter

1MO3_Chapter 14.docx

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It is very helpful to control parent mating and to separate groups of offspring and grow them in known conditions. In short-lived, model organisms, we
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneWinter

1MO3_Chapter 13.docx

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Homo heidelbergensis evolved into homo sapiens in africa. Page 303: anatomically modern humans evolve in africa between 200 and 100 kya. Culture either
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneWinter

1MO3_Chapter 12.docx

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The pleistocene epoch started 1. 8 mya and involved a cooling trend that started within the past 6 my. Derived: less prognathic, larger brain, smaller
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneWinter

1MO3_Chapter 11.docx

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Large prey shared with other members of group. Food sharing and division of labour in humans. Juveniles: consumers: middle-aged men and postmenopausal
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

1MO3_Chapter 10.docx

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During the miocene, the earth"s temperature began to fall. This global cooling caused two important changes in the climate of the african tropics. The
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneFall

1MO3_Chapter 9.docx

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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Antonio SorgeWinter

1AB3_Identity Textbook.docx

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Most cultural anthropologists assume that personality is formed through enculturation, or socialization, the process of transmitting culture to infants
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Antonio SorgeSummer

1AB3_Identity and The Social Person.docx

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We are incomplete or unfinished animals who complete or finish ourselves through culture. (clifford geertz: culture is what makes us humans, new-borns
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Antonio SorgeWinter

1AB3_Fieldwork.docx

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Footpaths up to 2,500 years old were visible in satellite imagery but not to the naked eye. The paths had been buried by volcanic ash, sediment, and ve
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Antonio SorgeWinter

1AA3_Gender_Subsistence.docx

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Women"s roles affected by reproductive role (childbirth, nursing, infant care: not something we had control of in the past. Roles can change as economi
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MCMASTERANTHROP 1AA3Antonio SorgeFall

1AB3_Assignment #2.docx

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MCMASTERPSYCH 1XX3Joe KimWinter

1XX3_Neuroscience 2.docx

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Dorsal: refers to the back of the axis. Ventral: to the front of the axis or to the belly . Rostral: toward the top of the axis. Caudal: towards the bo
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