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U OF ASOC370Sandra BuceriusFall

SOC 370 Lecture 1: SOC 370 Lecture Notes all

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U OF APSYCO282Karsten LoepelmannFall

PSYCO 282 Chapter all: PSYC 282 Behaviour Mod.

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U OF APSYCO275Crystal Mac LellanFall

PSYCO275 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Rodent, Neurochemistry, Neuropharmacology

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Psyc 275 textbook notes biopsychology: brain and behavior josh kwon 1. Human brain is an intricate network of neurons: neurons: cells of the nervous sy
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U OF APSYCO241Jeff SchimelFall

PSYCO241 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jack Warden, Henry Fonda, Space Shuttle Challenger

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U OF APSYCO241Jeff SchimelFall

PSYCO241 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Hazel Rose Markus, Naturalistic Fallacy, Social Representation

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U OF ASOC363Manoj MisraWinter

SOC 363 Chapter Final: SOC 363 Textbook notes MT2-FINAL

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U OF ASOC363Manoj MisraWinter

SOC 363 Chapter MT: SOC 363 Textbook notes

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U OF ASOC363Manoj MisraWinter

SOC 363 Lecture 1: SOC 363 Lecture Notes

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U OF APSYCO223Lisa SmithsonWinter

PSYCO 223 Chapter All: PSYCO 223 textbook Notes Revised

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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ankylosauria, Iguanodon, Osteoderm

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Fossil means dug up or any evidence ancient life. Dinosaurs lived during the mesozoic era (250 million 65 million years ago) Dinosaur: terrible lizard
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Convergent Evolution, Marsupial Mole, Yutyrannus

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Organisms tend to resemble their parents, because parent organisms pass on some or all of their genetic code to offspring. Occasionally, organisms are
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mosasaur, Theropoda, Dicynodont

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Dimetrodon: looks prehistoric (toothy grin, sprawling gait, unusual sail) More closely related to humans than to any other dinosaur. Synapsid indicated
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mesozoic, Radiometric Dating, Shocked Quartz

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Extinct: when all the individuals of a species are gone. Exceptions to some species that last much longer or go extinct much faster. Using these figure
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Outer Core, Termite, Theropoda

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1912 theory of why similarities in continental coastlines existed: alfred wegener. Noticed that fossils in africa and south america shared similarities
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Spinosaurus, Triceratops, Hesperonychus

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In the mid-1700s, scientists started giving species each unique names: most scientific names during this time was done in latin; different people calle
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Swampy, Geologic Time Scale, Mass Spectrometry

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First multicellular life (2 bya: multicellularity likely first evolved in a algae. Vascular plants (cooksonia is the earliest known vascular plant) Mov
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Quadrupedalism, Hadrosaurid, Caudofemoralis

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Erect relatively straight legs directly underneath it (cat) Sprawling legs out to either sides of the body (lizard: all animals with backbones and fore
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Swampy, Hadrosaurid, Paper Towel

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Taphonomy: tells us what happened between the time of death and the time that it was buried and eventually dug up o. This erosion is possible because o
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chasmosaurus, Ceratopsia, Rapetosaurus

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Palaeontologists would say the egg came before the chicken . Long before chickens evolved, land dwelling animals developed the ability to lay hard- she
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Butters Stotch, Finite Element Method, Herd Behavior

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Use living animals as guides for the kinds of behaviours dinosaurs might have had o. Interactions between members of different species (predator and pr
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U OF APALEO200Angelica ToricesFall

PALEO200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Insectivore, Gastrolith, Coprolite

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When we try to figure out the diet and behaviour of animals, we look at adaptions o. Carnivores sharp teeth for piercing and tearing flesh. Insectivore
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