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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Saphenous Nerve, Sacral Plexus, Obturator Nerve

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19 Jul 2016
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The nervous system the nervous system is in charge of both your voluntary and involuntary movements. The nervous system is comprised of two parts: the
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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stapes, Humerus, Middle Ear

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19 Jul 2016
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The human skeleton is internal, meaning it"s inside your body. Bones decrease as you get older, you start with 270 as a newborn. When you enter adultho
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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Nucleolus, Lysosome, Microfilament

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19 Jul 2016
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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inferior Vena Cava, Puffy Amiyumi, Circulatory System

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19 Jul 2016
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The circulatory system has many names like cardiovascular system and the vascular system. Its main purpose is to transfer nutrients, hormones, oxygen,
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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ureter, Urology, Nephrology

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19 Jul 2016
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A. k. a. the renal system, it"s job is to clean the human body, keep body temperatures and blood pressure normal. The diagram: the urinary system of a
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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Capillary, Vitamin A, Melanin

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19 Jul 2016
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It covers your internal organ and the skeleton. The skin is the largest out of all the organs in a human body, stretching to about 2 meters squared. Th
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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Lysosome, Cytoskeleton, Adenosine Triphosphate

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19 Jul 2016
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Collects simple molecules and turns them into more complicated ones. They store the vesicles (which was created from the complex molecules) for later u
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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Blood Vessel, Myocyte, Sarcolemma

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19 Jul 2016
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The purpose of the muscles is to provide force and motion. Muscles are connected to the bones with tendons. In the body, there are about 650 skeletal m
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QUEEN'SPHGY 214Ken RoseSummer

PHGY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jejunum, Duodenum, Ileum

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19 Jul 2016
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The main purpose of the digestive system is to digest food and get rid on the body"s waste. The process goes like this : when you put the food into you
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QUEEN'SMATH 221LobsterSummer

MATH 221 Chapter 4: Math Overview 8 - 6 (INTERGER OPERATIONS)

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19 Jul 2016
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QUEEN'SMATH 221LobsterSummer

MATH 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Quadrilateral, Pentagon

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19 Jul 2016
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL 103 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Karl Von Frisch, Fixed Action Pattern, Konrad Lorenz

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9 Jun 2016
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Karl von frisch and konrad lorenz won nobel prize in 1973 the study of the ecological and evolutionary. Fixed action pattern a sequence of unlearned ac
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL103 Final: RQ HYPOTHESIS

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9 Jun 2016
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL 103 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Gambusia, Speciation, Genetic Drift

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9 Jun 2016
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Females are more likely to mate with males that have relatively long eyestalks. -males and females both showed no preference for mates if they were rai
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL103 Lecture 3: bio lec 1.5

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9 Jun 2016
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Pancreas produces inactive enzymes; these have to be hydrolyzed made a little smaller this exposes their active site and they become active. Trypsinoge
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Vacuole, Antibody, Lysosome

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9 Jun 2016
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Intracellular digestion: involves bringing food into cell itself for digestion, usually through a food vacuole. Involves phagocytosis: the ingestion of
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Autotroph, Heterotroph, Starch

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9 Jun 2016
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Walker bc research: free resistance in organisms from brine lakes in bc: hypothesis: organisms from salty environments =more resistant to freeze. Autot
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gastrointestinal Tract, Cellulase, Cecum

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9 Jun 2016
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More complex organisms have an alimentary canal with openings at both ends. We have a one way system because the microorganisms are in cecum. Rabbits h
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL103 Lecture 3: bio lec 1.4

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9 Jun 2016
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Research example of digestive adaptation increasing milk production in cows. Leads to 75 reduction in protein supplements and 250 savings year cow. St
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QUEEN'SCHEM 112John CarranFall

CHEM 112 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Network Covalent Bonding, Thermal Expansion, Gas Constant

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8 Jun 2016
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QUEEN'SCHEM 112John CarranFall

CHEM112 Midterm: Unit 6 Polymers

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QUEEN'SCHEM 112John CarranFall

CHEM 112 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Strontium, Bromine, Gallium

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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Reuptake, Modafinil, Methylphenidate

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1 Jun 2016
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3. 1 biological rhythms of consciousness: wakefulness and sleep. Consciousness a person"s subjective awareness, including thoughts, perceptions experie
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Drug Tolerance, Sexual Arousal, Nucleus Accumbens

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1 Jun 2016
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Learning a process by which behaviour or knowledge changes as a result of experience. Cognitive learning reading, listening and taking tests. Associati
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Fast Mapping, Language Development, Dyslexia

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1 Jun 2016
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3. 2 problem solving, judgement, and decision making. Aphasia a language disorder caused by damage to the brain structures that support the usage and u
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Mnemonic, Sensory Memory

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1 Jun 2016
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Memory collection of several systems that store information in different forms for differing amounts of time. Stores retain information in memory witho
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Stirrup, Subjective Constancy, Low Frequency

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1 Jun 2016
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Perceptual processing the eye senses array of information and translates information into neural impulses and transfers it to the brain. Primary eye fu
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Visual Processing, Central Nervous System, Reuptake

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1 Jun 2016
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3. 1 genetic and evolutionary perspectives on behaviour. Genetics has an influence on the brain. Genes basic units of heredity; genes are responsible f
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Research, Phenotype, Evolutionary Psychology

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1 Jun 2016
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Objective measurements measure of an entity or behaviour that, within an allowed margin of error, is consistent across instruments and observers. Varia
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Heredity, Materialism, Ecological Validity

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1 Jun 2016
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Cyber emotional intelligence examines the assumptions that we make about people based on their online personalities. Psychology involves the study of b
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC 100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Noam Chomsky, Universal Grammar

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1 Jun 2016
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Lesson 12: language: describe theories of language acquisition (nativist vs. interactionist theories). Nativism is the philosophical view that we are b
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QUEEN'SCHEM 112John CarranFall

CHEM112 Final: CHEM-112-Fall-Final-Course-Pack(1)

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28 May 2016
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QUEEN'SMATH 121Alan AblesonFall

MATH 121 Study Guide - Final Guide: Derivative Test, Directional Derivative, Lagrange Multiplier

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25 May 2016
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Jill L AtkinsonWinter

PSYC100 Final: learning-objectives-semester-2 (1)

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25 May 2016
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Explain what intelligence is and how it is measured: Intelligence is ability to think, overcome obstacles, understand and reason. Wechler adult intelli
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lacteal, Brush Border, Microvillus

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25 May 2016
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Absorption of the digested products, vitamins, minerals and water occurs in the small intestine. This is assisted by the huge surface area of the small
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22,23,24,55: Natural Selection 2, Allele Frequency, Genetic Drift

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25 May 2016
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Concept 23. 3: natural selection, genetic drift, and gene flow can alter allele. If any of the causes of hw equilibrium are not followed, evolution may
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QUEEN'SBIOL 103Adam K ChippindaleSummer

BIOL103 Quiz: Mastering bio quiz 2

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