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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Hydrology, Epidemiology

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The basic model, partitions risk assessment into four steps: hazard identification, dose-response modeling, exposure assessment and risk characterizati
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Teratology, Burn, Esophagus

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But the question is what type and how much radiation is there. Even if we are walking outside in the woods, we are still exposed to some radiation, bec
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Sustainable Forest Management, Intellectual Disability, More Than That

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No specific definition; however some are defined by molecular weight or density; some are mixed in terms with trace elements. They can be extracted fro
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Salivary Gland, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Plutonium

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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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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Teratology, Iodine, Interlocking

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Background radiation it is natural radioactivity in the earth and by cosmic rays from outerspace. It can lead to mutation but does not usually cause ha
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

lec 9.docx

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Not enough energy to displace electrons from the atoms. This radiation does cause harm, but that harm is not obvious. It is a subject of debate and res
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Cyanosis, Constipation, Abdominal Pain

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Human usage: withdrawal total amount of water removed from a river, lake or aquifer for any purpose. In 2025, humans would have consumed 70%-90% of ava
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Kyoto Protocol, Exponential Growth, Venomous Snake

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2 Feb 2013
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What are some of the factors in the environment that influence our health: there are direct and indirect factors : chemical (e. g. organic and inorgani
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

Chapter 15.doc

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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Environmental Health, Exponential Growth, Kyoto Protocol

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Your environment is your health, but not the only factor influencing your health. Genetic material can influence our health; influences what we are imm
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Soot, Foodborne Illness

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Voc (volatile organic compounds) + nox + heat + sunlight = ozone. Can be pollutant if formed on ground level (bad) but contributes to the protection fr
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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Nerve Growth Factor, Diethylstilbestrol, Neuron

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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Resource Consumption

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U OF SARCH 250James DzisahFall

ARCH 250 Lecture Notes - Miscarriage, Organophosphate, Hepatitis

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Virus are so tiny, they can get around water filtration systems and cause diarrhea. Only hepatitis a causes a different reaction from most viruses (e.
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Logistic Function, Exponential Growth

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2 Feb 2013
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Population densities can be estimated from samples: estimating population densities is easiest for sedentary organisms, counting mobile organisms is mu
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Cool Air, Intertropical Convergence Zone, Rain Shadow

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2 Feb 2013
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Ecology: scientific study of the rich and varied interactions between organisms and their environment. Communities: embracing all the organisms living
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Succulent Plant, Species Richness, Marine Biology

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2 Feb 2013
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Biome is a terrestrial environment defined by the growth forms of its plants. Species richness the number of species present in its communities. Temper
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Commensalism, Directional Selection

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2 Feb 2013
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Communities are loose assemblages of species: ecological communities are not assemblages of organism that move together as units when environmental con
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Human Overpopulation, Primary Producers, Ecosystem Services

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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Directional Selection, Competitive Exclusion Principle, Commensalism

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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Quantitative Genetics, Total Variation, Phenotypic Trait

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2 Feb 2013
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Measuring heritable variation: basic tenets of darwin"s theory of evolution by natural selection: The first step in a quantitative genetic analysis is
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis, Species Richness, Competitive Exclusion Principle

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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Cyanobacteria, General Position, Lithosphere

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For 14c, production in the upper atmosphere is about equal to its natural decay. The waste product is o2: one lineage of these oxygen-generating bacter
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Isotopes Of Hydrogen, Electronic Tagging, Guppy

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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Founder Effect, Polyploid, Metapopulation

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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Secondary Succession, Primary Succession, Interspecific Competition

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A progression of indirect effects across successively lower trophic levels trophic cascade. Trophic cascades may have effects across multiple and very
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Insular Biogeography, Tropical And Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests, Carl Linnaeus

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Climate important, but other factors (soil fertility, fire) influence structure+vegetation of area. A species found only within certain regions is ende
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

lec 14.docx

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The jurassic (200-145 mya: two large continents: laurasia (laurentia (= na) + eurasia) & gondwana (after region in. The cretaceous (145-65 mya: gondwan
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Bay Checkerspot Butterfly, Metapopulation, Net Reproduction Rate

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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Cactus, Permafrost, Species Richness

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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Circadian Clock, Freerunning, Circadian Rhythm

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Responses to the environment must be timed appropriately. Animals must find their way around their environment. Piloting: orientation by landmarks most
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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Primary Producers, Human Overpopulation, Primary Production

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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Endocrine System, Opportunity Cost, Ethology

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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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U OF SBIOL 373michaelgertlerFall

BIOL 373 Lecture Notes - Inclusive Fitness, Eusociality, Natural Selection

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Social behaviour evolves when, by cooperating, conspecifics individuals can achieve higher rates of survival and reproduction than they would if they l
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Amobarbital, Hypnotic Susceptibility

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25 Jan 2013
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Dissociative amnesia: when a person is unable to recall important personal information, usually after some stressful episode. The information is not pe
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Dysfunctional Family, Child Abuse, Psychopathology

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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Opioid, Cortisol, Serotonin Receptor Agonist

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25 Jan 2013
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Bulimia nervosa binges. concepts and moods and social perception. Bulimia from a greek word means ox hunger. This disorder involves episodes of rapid c
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Butyrophenone, Risperidone, Phenothiazine

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25 Jan 2013
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Zakzanis; conclusion tha the specific role of deficits in the temporal lobes has been overstated and that more diffuse dysfunction exists. Mri studies
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Suicidal Ideation, Panic Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder

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The diagnoses of these two disorders share several clinical feautures the most imp being an intense. Co-twins of patients diagnoses with a. n for ex ar
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Psychopathology, Impulse Control Disorder, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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Cognition: groups together the mental processes of perceiving, recognizing, conceiving, judging and reasoning. Cognitive paradigm: focuses on how peopl
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