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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanFall

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Solitary Confinement, Viktor Frankl, Philip Zimbardo

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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanFall

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Representativeness Heuristic, Explicit Memory, Dennis Amiss

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Psy100h lisa zhao 2011 | page 1. How do events affect you? memory systems work against you in remembering bad things. Emotional distress caused by memo
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

Ch4 Variation in the Environment.pdf

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The physical environment varies widely over the surface of the earth. Due to differences in temperature, light, substratum, moisture, salinity, soil nu
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Osmoregulation, Alanine, Tonicity

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Sperm whales rely on oxygen stored in hemoglobin in the blood and myoglobin in the muscles (lungs have very little oxygen) Reduce blood flow to nonvita
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Genetic Drift, Daniel H. Janzen, Species Richness

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 6. Even though tree species might be specialized for diff. kinds of germination sites, which species actually invade a ga
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Trophic Cascade

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Increased productivity tends to increase the density of all higher trophic levels. Consumers could depress the size of the trophic level immediately be
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Intertidal Zone, Interspecific Competition, Limiting Factor

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Asy mmet r ic c o mpet it i o n c an oc c ur w h en di ffer en t fac to r s limi t. T h e po pulat io n s o f c o mpet itor s. Aassyymmmmeettrriicc cco
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Climax Community

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 3. Succession leads to the climax community (ultimate expression of community dvlpmt) Each sere develop under a particula
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Introduced Species, Prunus Serotina, Digitaria

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16 Feb 2013
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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 4. Tolerance and inhibition combine to influence the early stages of plant succession in old agricultural. First 3-4 year
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Ragweed, Henry J, Early Summer

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 1 chapter 19: ecological succession and community development. Krakatau island (indonesia) exploded on aug. 27, 1883. It
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Trophic Cascade, Brown Algae, Omnivore

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 4 d l e i f e h t n i s t s i g o l o c e. Assembled communities of producers (algae), detritivores (bacteria), consumers
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Species Richness

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 3. Effect of food web structure on species diversity. Feeding relationships affect species diversity w/in a community. Jj
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Sphagnum, Bog, Secondary Succession

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 2. Detritus produced by sedge mat accumulates at pond bottom (anaerobic, thus no microbial decomposition occurs down ther
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Transect, Ecotone, Superorganism

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16 Feb 2013
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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 1 chapter 18: community structure. The functions of various species are connected and have evolved to enhance their inter
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

Ch17 Evolution of Species Interactions4.pdf

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Competitors influence the exact ways in which efficiency can be increased b/c of their effects on resource availability. Pop. quickly achieved a patter
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Phototroph, Chemotroph, Omnivore

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 2. Ccoonnttiinnuuuumm: a gradient of envmtal characteristics or of change in the composition of communities. Ggrraaddiiee
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Coevolution, Ovipositor

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 6. Oollllee ppeellllmmyyrr - pollination mutualism b/w yucca and yucca moths display. Female yucca moth (genus tegeticula
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - May Berenbaum, Small Ground Finch, Bean Weevil

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 5. On floreana and san cristobal, the 2 species geospiza fuliginosa and g. fortis have diff. beak sizes. On daphne island
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Pupa, Housefly, Aposematism

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 2. Bbaatteessiiaann mmiimmiiccrryy: a predator deterrence strategy in which a palatable species (mimic) resembles an unpa
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Coevolution

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 3. C o evo lut io n in plan t -pat h o gen sy st em r eve als gen o ty pe - Gen o t y pe in t erac t ion s. Responding ev
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Impatiens, Limiting Factor, Herbaceous Plant

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 2. Charles darwin compet. should be most intense b/w closely related species. Distantly related org. also use same resour
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Aposematism, Crypsis, Coevolution

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 1 chapter 17: evolution of species interactions. Biological factors which have shaped adaptations differ from physical fa
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Microorganism

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 6. Aappppaarreenntt ccoommppeettiittiioonn: competition b/w 2 or more species that is mediated by their consumers. The de
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Starfish, Pisaster, Organic Compound

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 5. Competition occurred primarily below ground under low nutrient conditions, and above ground in fertilized plots. Thus,
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - System In Package, Diatom, Competitive Exclusion Principle

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 3. Failur e o f spec ies t o c o exist in lab o r at o ry c ult ur es led to th e. C o mpet it ive exc lusio n pr in c ip
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

Ch16 Competition1.pdf

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 1 chapter 16: competition y d u t s h c r a e s e r. Closely related plant species living in the same region often grow i
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Sub Pop, Species Richness, Equilibrium Point

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Thus, ecological processes can be attributed to patterns of variation on local species richness. New species can form on large islands, thus higher spe
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Exclusive Or, Life Table

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# of indiv. at time t, nx(t), x is age. Pop. was projected by multiplying the # of indiv. in each age class by the survival to obtain the # in the next
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Metapopulation, Calliphoridae, Sub Pop

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Chapter 12: temporal and spatial dynamics of populations: pop. fluctuate in response to: Pop. of species w/ larger bodies and longer life spans respond
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Exponential Growth

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There is another reason to express pop. growth as an exponential function. We can see this by taking the logarithm of the expression for the exponentia
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Allele, Mutation

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T h e ult imat e so urc e o f gen etic var iat io n is mut at ion. Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 1. Gen et ic mar ker s c an b e used to st udy po p ul
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Species Pool, Gamma Diversity, Beta Diversity

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 2 larger islands are better targets for potential immigrants, and support larger pop. s which may persist longer owing to
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Species Evenness, Logarithmic Scale, Species Richness

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 1 chapter 20: biodiversity. Why do so many org. live in the tropics: diversity increases w/o limit over time tropics are
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Ecological Niche, Beta Diversity, Species Richness

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 3. Competition has a major role in species sorting. Thus, each species should be able to maintain itself over only a narr
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Climax Species, Climax Community

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 5. Ex. maple trees (native in na, non-native in europe) Seedlings from both grown on native soil were inhibited. On soil
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

Ch4 Variation in the Environment4.pdf

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Tthheerrmmoohhaalliinnee cciirrccuullaattiioonn causes currents by changes in the density of water caused by variations in temperature and salinity. As
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

Ch11 Population Growth and Regulation2.pdf

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The rate of geometric growth is most conveniently expressed as a ratio of a pop. "s size in one year to its size in the preceding year (or other time i
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Illuvium, Clay Minerals, Humus

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In the mountains of the sw us, changes in plant communities with elevation result in distinct patterns. 19th century cc hhaarrtt mmeerrrriiaamm referre
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Tonicity, Osmosis, Dissolved Load

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Cells on exterior of leaf are coated w/ waxy cuticle. Gas exchange occurs through ssttoommaatteess/ssttoommaattaa/sing. ssttoommaa (small openings at l
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UTSGUNI101Y1Spencer BarrettWinter

UNI101Y1 Study Guide - Melanism, Soot, Population Genetics

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Bio120h lisa zhao 2011 | page 2. Ssttaabbiilliizziinngg sseelleeccttiioonn: differential survival or reproduction of individuals with a phenotype at on
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