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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

PSY100 Term Test 1 Notes

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The brain works through the actions of neurotransmitters (chemicals: brain chemistry, the human genome that communicate messages between nerve cells) h
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UTSGCLA201H1Professor TraillWinter

CLA201H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Angles, Kingdom Of Dyfed, Ambidexterity

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10 Mar 2014
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UTSGCSB346H1John PeeverWinter

CSB346H1 Lecture Notes - Brainstem

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8 Mar 2014
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UTSGCSB346H1John PeeverWinter

CSB346H1 Lecture Notes - Hyperventilation, Hypoventilation, Hypercapnia

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8 Mar 2014
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UTSGCSB346H1John PeeverWinter

CSB346H1 Lecture Notes - Bronchiole, Bronchus, Trachea

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8 Mar 2014
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UTSGHMB435H1Andras KapusFall

HMB435H1 Lecture Notes - Covalent Bond, Actin, Integrin

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10 Sep 2013
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Migration: requires a machinery to convert chemical energy to kinetic energy two types of migrations: mesenchymal and ameboid. two types of ameboid mig
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UTSGESS102H1Bridget BergquistWinter

ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Radioactive Decay, Hadean, Water Cycle

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8 Feb 2013
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Lithosphere: upper part of the solid earth. External energy: radiation from the sun, drives the water cycle and wind cycle. Internal energy: caused wit
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UTSGCSB429H1Dorothea GodtWinter

CSB429H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Maternal Effect, Oogenesis, Blastoderm

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2 Feb 2013
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Contains polar granules = large complex cels of protein and rnas. Molecules to start making granules/ the starting protein is oskar (in flies not conse
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mikhail Bakunin, Rob Ford, Pepper Spray

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28 Oct 2012
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Liberal and neoliberalism ties in with neocolonialism. Reform vs. of revolution and terms of protest (plea to authority) and direct action ignores the
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nba Coach Of The Year Award, Christian Fundamentalism, Saartjie Baartman

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28 Oct 2012
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UTSGANT203Y1Maryam NargolwallaWinter

ANT203Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: New World Monkey, Kenyapithecus, Pleistocene

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13 Oct 2012
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Chapter 9: overview of the fossil primates: introduction, this chapter traces primate evolution starting from the earliest fossil evidence of primate-l
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UTSGANT203Y1Maryam NargolwallaWinter

ANT203Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Taphonomy, Lithic Reduction, Encephalization

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13 Oct 2012
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UTSGPSY220H1Heather V.FritzleyFall

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes -Null Hypothesis, Confirmation Bias, Statistical Inference

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11 Oct 2012
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Study of the nature and causes of behaviour and thoughts of an individual in social situations. Key features of social psych: scientific focused on beh
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Lecture Notes - Meiosis, Zygote, Gametogenesis

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10 Oct 2012
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gamete, Sick Role, Parental Investment

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7 Oct 2012
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Biological sex and gender = function of phenotype. Product of genetic and environment -> single informational unit. Xx, or xy: gonadal sex (early fetal
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenFall

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - List Of File Formats, Menarche, Pleiotropy

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7 Oct 2012
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Reproductive strategies: sexual selection: mate choice + parenting, sex differences: development + life history, ecological variation: secular changes.
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Parthenogenesis, Human Reproduction, Red Queen Hypothesis

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7 Oct 2012
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Riboflavin, Iodine, Margarine

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7 Oct 2012
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Differences between male and female life histories: adaptations/scheduling in usage of nutrients maximizes the transmission of genes to future generati
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - Mosaic Evolution, Y Chromosome, Cooperative Breeding

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7 Oct 2012
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Puberty, Insulin Resistance, Genetic Drift

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7 Oct 2012
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Anthropology 208 : developmental biology and life histories: genes, mutations, ultimately, the source of new variation*, produces new genes, recombinan
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Lecture Notes - Human Zoo, Biological Anthropology, Anthropocentrism

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7 Oct 2012
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The human zoo animal anthropology: evolutionary anthro, anthromorphism. Argue that we don"t have human intact. Innate instinctual behaviour of insects
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Study Guide - Toplessness

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7 Oct 2012
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Race is dangerous because it tends to be a type of classification. Racial and cultural differences become coded ways of talking about other. Race is no
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Chapter Notes -Uptodate, Pax Britannica, Industrial Revolution

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7 Oct 2012
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No mention of words such as exploitation, expropriation or forced labour. American empire replaced the british empire as the leading imperialist power.
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Lecture Notes - Primatology, Eye Contact, Orgasm

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7 Oct 2012
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Uses tropes of animalization to describe those wearing the hijab. Brides with bridal gowns and vales over their head. Picton many killed were women of
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Lecture Notes - Carmen Miranda, Social Darwinism, Blonde Joke

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7 Oct 2012
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The national geographic will be tested on. Vogue fashion shoot more of an example for exam, not tested on. Good muslim bad muslim example for exam, not
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Lecture Notes - Political Compass, Arno Peters, Industrial Revolution

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7 Oct 2012
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Everything else is deemed as the other , subsidized. Western powers held and governed 35% of the earth surface. 1878, the proportion was 67% - increase
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UTSGANT204H1Annette BickfordWinter

ANT204H1 Lecture Notes - Night Game, Essentialism, Monandrous

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7 Oct 2012
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UTSGANT203Y1Maryam NargolwallaFall

ANT203Y1 Lecture Notes - Ulna, Biceps, Anatomical Terms Of Motion

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7 Oct 2012
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Human: emphasis on lower limbs, upper limbs not as much, humerus: Mobility at that joint or weight bearing joint. Deltoid muscles: important for liftin
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UTSGCSB349H1Alan MosesFall

CSB349H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gang Of Youths, Mitosis, Histone H2B

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7 Oct 2012
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UTSGCSB349H1Alan MosesFall

CSB349H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gene Duplication, Neural Crest, Reverse Transcriptase

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4 Oct 2012
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Last lecture: most of the human genome doesn"t have genes it has repetitive sequences. Gene duplication and divergence: duplicate the gene and make sma
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UTSGCSB349H1Alan MosesFall

CSB349H1 Lecture Notes - Dna Profiling, Transposase, Minisatellite

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4 Oct 2012
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99% of the euchromatin and several million bps still not sequenced. Most was repetitive dna very hard to sequence! Most that was sequences was also rep
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208 - Lecture 3.doc

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19 Feb 2012
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= the most widely tested + widely accepted theory to explain the natural world. Includes: change in average phenotype overtime change in frequencies ac
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UTSGANT208H1Dan SellenWinter

ANT208 - Lecture 2.doc

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19 Feb 2012
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Main concept: there are diff. ideas and definitions of health and disease in diff. communities and societies, how do we talk about something that is so
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