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UNBCCOMM 300Paul LesterFall

COMM 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Legal Tender, Stock Exchange

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26 Apr 2013
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Can a pre-existing consideration be eligible to form a contract. Consideration is necessary, but some situations that it is not. Part of the debt must
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UNBCCOMM 300Paul LesterFall

COMM 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Blackboard, Snowmobile

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26 Apr 2013
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Language in this act is awkward, qualifying causes are in the beginning of the sentence, ten it is told in detail. There usually are definitions right
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Open Reading Frame, Non-Coding Rna, Ethidium Bromide

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26 Apr 2013
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Many mutagens fit into the space between two adjacent base pairs, this is calledintercalation. Most intercalators are aromatic and planar molecules; ex
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Replication Protein A, Restriction Enzyme, Dna Profiling

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26 Apr 2013
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A distinct group of dna-binding proteins are the dna-binding proteins that specifically bind single-stranded dna. In contrast, other proteins have evol
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Holliday Junction, Genetically Modified Organism, Recombinant Dna

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26 Apr 2013
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The most common form of chromosomal crossover is homologous recombination, where the two chromosomes involved share very similar sequences. Non-homolog
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Precursor Mrna, Alternative Splicing, Prokaryotic Translation

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26 Apr 2013
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The brief existence of an mrna molecule begins with transcription, and ultimately ends in degradation. During its life, an mrna molecule may also be pr
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: European Bioinformatics Institute, Phoebus Levene, Ten Lost Tribes

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26 Apr 2013
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Because dna collects mutations over time, which are then inherited, it contains historical information, and, by comparing dna sequences, geneticists ca
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Liposome, Dispersity, Lecithin

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26 Apr 2013
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Liposomes, which use a form nanotechnology science, also impressively and harmoniously, use the generalized nature of the liposomes themselves to incre
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Babraham Institute, Lipid Bilayer, Targeted Drug Delivery

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26 Apr 2013
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Liposomes were first described by british haematologist dr alec d bangham in 1961 (published. They were discovered when bangham and r: horne were testi
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Signal Recognition Particle, Start Codon, Eukaryotic Translation

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26 Apr 2013
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Eukaryotic mrna that has been processed and transported to the cytoplasm (i. e. , mature mrna) can then be translated by the ribosome. Translation may
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lipid Bilayer, Passive Transport, Osmosis

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26 Apr 2013
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We have discussed how the lipid bilayer acts as an efficient barrier by only allowing a very small number of non-polar molecules to freely enter or exi
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Shadow Biosphere, D-Loop, Telomere

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26 Apr 2013
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Lipid Bilayer, Membrane Transport, Hydrophile

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26 Apr 2013
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lipid Bilayer, Integral Membrane Protein, Membrane Protein

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26 Apr 2013
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In addition to the lipid bilayer, the cell membrane also contains a number of proteins. We have already mentioned the presence of certain proteins in t
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gc-Content, Pribnow Box, Nucleobase

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26 Apr 2013
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In a dna double helix, each type of nucleobase on one strand bonds with just one type of nucleobase on the other strand. Here, purines form hydrogen bo
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UNBCBIOL311Kerry ReimerWinter

BIOL311 Lecture Notes - Friedrich Miescher, Francis Crick, Nucleobase

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26 Apr 2013
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Dna is a molecule encoding thegenetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms and many viruses. Along with r
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tonian, Ctenophora, Symmetry In Biology

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26 Apr 2013
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Some paleontologists suggest that animals appeared much earlier than the cambrian explosion, possibly as early as 1 billion years ago. Trace fossils su
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Rudolf Virchow, Jan Swammerdam, Infusoria

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26 Apr 2013
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A few lensmakers and natural philosophers had been creating crude microscopes since the late. 16th century, and robert hooke published the seminal micr
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Abbott Handerson Thayer, Stenopus Hispidus, Hugh B. Cott

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26 Apr 2013
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Edward Bagnall Poulton, Animal Coloration, Robert Hooke

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26 Apr 2013
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Animal coloration has been a topic of interest and research in biology for centuries. In his 1665 book micrographia, robert hooke describes the fantast
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Purified Water, Glutathione, Water Intoxication

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26 Apr 2013
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For those who have healthy kidneys, it is somewhat difficult to drink too much water, but (especially in warm humid weather and while exercising) it is
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: American Goldfinch, Chromatophore, Cuttlefish

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26 Apr 2013
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Pigments are coloured chemicals (such as melanin) in animal tissues. For example, the arctic fox has a white coat in winter (containing little pigment)
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Joule, Galactose, Glycerol

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26 Apr 2013
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There are seven major classes of nutrients: carbohydrates, fats, fiber, minerals, protein, vitamin, and water. These nutrient classes can be categorize
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Essential Fatty Acid, Prostaglandin E1, Flax

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26 Apr 2013
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Most fatty acids are non-essential, meaning the body can produce them as needed, generally from other fatty acids and always by expending energy to do
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Colombian Four-Eyed Frog, Deimatic Behaviour, Iris Oratoria

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26 Apr 2013
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Batesian mimicry, where an edible species resembles a distasteful or dangerous species. This is most common in insects such as butterflies. A familiar
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tight Junction, Blastula, Gastrulation

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26 Apr 2013
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The word animal comes from the latin word animalis, meaning havingbreath. In everyday colloquial usage, the word often refers to non-human members of k
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Alcohol Dehydrogenase, Dietary Reference Intake, Vanadium

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26 Apr 2013
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lophophore, Limnognathia, Entoprocta

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26 Apr 2013
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The platyzoa include the phylum platyhelminthes, the flatworms. These were originally considered some of the most primitive bilateria, but it now appea
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UNBCBIOL 321Kerry ReimerFall

BIOL 321 Lecture Notes - Neolithic Revolution, Starch, Corn Starch

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26 Apr 2013
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UNBCCOMM 304Balbinder S.DeoFall

COMM 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Stock Exchange

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9 Mar 2013
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UNBCCOMM 304Balbinder S.DeoFall

COMM 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Secondary Liability, Executory Contract, Loan Guarantee

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9 Mar 2013
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Vince and peter cannot get together and create a contract in which elizabeth had to pay 40$. She is not part of the contract so it is not valid. Two ki
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UNBCCOMM 304Balbinder S.DeoFall

COMM 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Malicious Falsehood, Promissory Note

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9 Mar 2013
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You have to have a false statement, defendant has to have wished harmed on the other party. Recklessness of the truth is sufficient to be malice (gossi
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UNBCCOMM 304Balbinder S.DeoFall

COMM 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Puffery, Absolute Liability

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9 Mar 2013
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1976 occupiers liability changed- anyone who was trespassing. Section 2- common law is different, superseded by this act. Section 9- overrides everythi
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UNBCCOMM 304Balbinder S.DeoFall

COMM 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Condition Subsequent, Condition Precedent, Registered Mail

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9 Mar 2013
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Consumer protection act requires that someone who makes a transaction must have copy of the act or its not enforceable. Personal contracts under consum
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UNBCCOMM 304Balbinder S.DeoFall

COMM 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bungee Jumping, Partial Defence, Contributory Negligence

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9 Mar 2013
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Botfor test, does not tell you who is liable, but tells you who. If you have 5 people who might be defendants, if you apply the butfor test, and it say
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UNBCCOMM 304Balbinder S.DeoFall

COMM 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Expert Witness, Wrongful Death Claim

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9 Mar 2013
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Eventually after pre-trial preceding, you will be coming to court, lawyer will inform you about the date. If you were the plaintiff, your lawyer is in
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UNBCCOMM 300Paul LesterWinter

COMM 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Specific Performance, Freedom Of Movement, Ultra Vires

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9 Mar 2013
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UNBCCOMM 300Paul LesterWinter

COMM 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Judiciary Of Australia, Primary And Secondary Legislation, Counterclaim

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9 Mar 2013
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UNBCCOMM 300Paul LesterWinter

COMM 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Linda Miles, Breast Implant, Contributory Negligence

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9 Mar 2013
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The town of sussex corner owned a bridge. Ruby negligently damaged the bridge by ramming it with a boat. At that point, it would have cost 000 to repa
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UNBCCOMM 300Paul LesterWinter

COMM 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Physical Therapy, Psi Corps, Chyna

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9 Mar 2013
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In the course of her professional duties, she made a mistake that caused evan to lose 000. She claims, however, that she did not breach the standard o
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