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UTSGVIC112Y1Marcel DanesiWinter

VIC112Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-end: Rhind Mathematical Papyrus, Moscow Mathematical Papyrus, Logic Puzzle

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Plato proclaimed dialecic reasoning to be only useful method of gaining knowledge. Catharsis was word used by aristotle to describe sense of emoional r
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UTSGVIC112Y1Marcel DanesiWinter

VIC112Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: William Rowan Hamilton, Augustus De Morgan, 15 Puzzle

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UTSGBIO130H1Wolfgang MoederWinter

BIO130H1 Lecture 1: BIO130 Textbook Notes Chp 3

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17 Apr 2016
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The shape of a protein is speciied by its amino acid sequence. Proteins (polypepides) have a polypepide backbone (repeaing atoms along polypepide chain
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UTSGBIO130H1Wolfgang MoederWinter

BIO130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nuclear Dna, Covalent Bond, Atp Hydrolysis

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17 Apr 2016
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Bio130 textbook notes chapter 4 (dna, chromosomes, and genomes): pg 202-206, 208-218. Eucaryoic dna is packaged into a set of chromosomes. The 24 chrom
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UTSGBIO130H1Wolfgang MoederWinter

BIO130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plasmid, Molecular Cloning, Noncoding Dna

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17 Apr 2016
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Dna cloning refers to either copying whole dna molecule or certain isolated sequence. To clone, insert paricular fragment of dna into either virus or p
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UTSGBIO130H1Wolfgang MoederWinter

BIO130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Okazaki Fragments, Dna Replication, Dna Mismatch Repair

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGBIO130H1Wolfgang MoederWinter

BIO130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tetrasaccharide, Atomic Orbital, Trisaccharide

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17 Apr 2016
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Bio130 textbook notes: chp 2 (cell chemistry and biosynthesis): 51-65, 116-117. An atom oten behaves as if it has a fixed radius. The radius of the ele
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UTSGBIO130H1Wolfgang MoederWinter

BIO130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rna Splicing, Small Nuclear Rna, Exon Junction Complex

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Convergent Evolution, Common Descent, Speciation

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17 Apr 2016
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William paley believed that god (celesial designer) created all living organisms. Darwin studied to be a minister at cambridge university originally. T
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Pioneer Species, Secondary Succession, Primary Succession

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17 Apr 2016
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Soil isn"t as important anymore, more important is shade. Some seeds are dormant as they require certain amount of light for germinaion. If lower folia
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Allopatric Speciation, Reproductive Isolation, Theodosius Dobzhansky

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17 Apr 2016
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Reproducive isolaion is the key issue in thinking about speciaion. How many genes are involved with speciaion is very important topic. Want to igure ou
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Willi Hennig, Phylogenetic Tree, Numerical Taxonomy

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17 Apr 2016
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Macroevoluion is non-experimental area of evoluionary biology (as you"re using comparaive methods and phylogenies) Darwin"s big contribuions are mechan
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Epiphyte, Herbicide, Thermoregulation

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17 Apr 2016
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Mutual interacions (where both paries beneit) in the tropics. In tropical forests, trees are evergreen, and because you have a dense canopy, wind is in
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Motoo Kimura, Genetic Drift, Gene Flow

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17 Apr 2016
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Simplest way to think of a gene is that it"s a funcional unit of inheritance. Codon is a sequence of 3 nucleoides that make up the geneic code. Gene lo
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Genetic Drift, Gene Flow, Seed Bank

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17 Apr 2016
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Fisher and wright debated on how important geneic drit was to evoluion. Fisher said that evoluion occurred through looking at natural selecion on large
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Heredity, Population Genetics

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17 Apr 2016
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Theory in science means a body of knowledge that is known to be true. Evoluion has no purpose (is not for anything) Evoluion just happens, if you have
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Absorbance, Genetic Drift, Phenotypic Trait

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17 Apr 2016
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Geneic drit unlikely to cause the interacion between individual and its environment (co-evoluion?) Natural selecion always measured in laboratories (ca
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Flightless Bird, Eichhornia Crassipes, Hermaphrodite

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17 Apr 2016
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Flightless birds when they got to islands, there was no predaion so there was no need to ly. Also these birds are lightless because they"ve adapted to
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Frequency-Dependent Selection, Genetic Drift, Zygosity

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17 Apr 2016
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Tons of genes that aren"t variable (everybody has the same gene copies) Know that the three people established the mathemaical foundaion for evoluionar
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Elaiosome, Global Warming, Local Extinction

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17 Apr 2016
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Glacier lily prospers where there are surface rocks. In winter, top green secion dies of and the nutrients retract into the botom corn. Ants atracted b
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Exponential Growth, Logistic Function, Tachykinin Receptor 2

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17 Apr 2016
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Number of populaion per area is populaion density. Discrete populaion growth is good model for things in temperate areas that only mate once per year (
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Secondary Succession, Climax Species, Primary Succession

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17 Apr 2016
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What drives species replacement (succession): build-up of a complex soil (from a simple substrate) Abandoned farms turned back to nature through succes
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Genetic Drift, Natural Selection, Cloning

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17 Apr 2016
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Each individual will have very speciic combinaion of genes that will never occur in that combinaion again (unique alleles) Comparaive involves studying
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: 30Th Parallel North, Horse Latitudes, Hadley Cell

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17 Apr 2016
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Organisms require resources and condiions (abioic) most important. Certain organisms perform beter (i. e. maybe their metabolism performs beter) in cer
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Phenotypic Plasticity, Directional Selection, Phylogenetic Diversity

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17 Apr 2016
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With temperature going up, variance will increase (ex. Ecological response is that organisms will migrate to areas where there beter adapted to. Ecolog
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Cane Toad, Invasive Species, Introduced Species

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17 Apr 2016
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Tiger gets chemicals on its fur which is on the plant. If the iger gets this smell on its fur, then males and females don"t like to mate. Cane toad was
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UTSGBIO120H1James ThomsonWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Life Table, Exponential Decay, Pleiotropy

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17 Apr 2016
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Age structure (life history informaion) is added to the simple models. Not all individuals have the capacity for birth and not all have the same capaci
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UTSGPSL300H1Michelle FrenchWinter

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Circadian Rhythm, Anterior Pituitary, Pancreatic Islets

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17 Apr 2016
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When plasma attach to membrane receptor with tyrosine kinase activity. Cells go into catabolic metabolism glucose levels go down, insulin stops being r
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UTSGSTA221H1Augustin VukovWinter

STA221H1 Lecture 1: STA221 Lec 1 Notes

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGSTA221H1Augustin VukovWinter

STA221H1 Lecture 6: STA221 August 6 notes

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UTSGSTA221H1Augustin VukovWinter

STA221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Royal Naval Armaments Depot

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGSTA221H1Augustin VukovWinter

STA221H1 Lecture 2: STA221 Lecture 2 July 2 notes

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGSTA221H1Augustin VukovWinter

STA221H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Count Data, Jato

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGNFS382H1O' Connor DeborahWinter

NFS382H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Folate Deficiency, Iodised Salt, Transferrin Receptor

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17 Apr 2016
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: dri reference values of nutrient intakes for healthy populations. Ear median value: meets requirement of 50% of the people in a life stage & gender g
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UTSGNFS382H1O' Connor DeborahWinter

NFS382H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Vitamin B12 Deficiency, Folate Deficiency, Vitamin A Deficiency

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGNFS302H1deniscollierWinter

NFS302H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Myocyte, Branched-Chain Amino Acid, Whey Protein

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGMUS111H1Sarah Gutsche- MillerWinter

MUS111H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Homophony, Dynamic Range

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17 Apr 2016
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Middle ages/medieval 800-1400 music from 6th century but notated in 9th century (95th to 15th century) Modal, nonmetric (she"s only going to play us ea
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UTSGMUS111H1Sarah Gutsche- MillerWinter

MUS111H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Da Capo Aria, George Frideric Handel, Opera Seria

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17 Apr 2016
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UTSGHPS250H1Jacob MoleWinter

HPS250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Solar System, Logical Positivism, Aristotelian Physics

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17 Apr 2016
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Theory ladenness: from experience: neurotransmitters cross the thin gap between axon and dendrite and are picked up by neuroreceivers in the dendrite"s
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UTSGHPS250H1Jacob MoleWinter

HPS250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Methodology, Spheroid, Fallibilism

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17 Apr 2016
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Next lecture: emmanuel college in the basement. Hps250 lecture 11: there is redundancy to his theory (do you really need 3 aspects?, values. Demonstrat
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