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UTMBIO330H5Peter M KotanenSpring

BIO330H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 212 pages long!)

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BIO330H5 Midterm: BIO330notes

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BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Solidago Canadensis, Interspecific Competition, Phytoplasma

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Bio330 lecture 11 - intraspecific competition (9) (within species) Competition is a ( - - ) or ( - 0 ) interaction: interference vs. Exploitation: intr
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UTMBIO330H5Peter M KotanenWinter

BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Heterostyly, Parasitism, Endosperm

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Almost all plants are capable of sexual reproduction; even if it is rare in a plant. It is the only form of reproduction that generates new genets. One
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UTMBIO330H5Peter M KotanenWinter

BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gamete, Meristem, Apomixis

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One basic feature of plant is that they have modular growth. You can divide plants into repeating units i. e. leaf, petiole, axillary bud, and an inter
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UTMBIO330H5Peter M KotanenWinter

BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fagus Grandifolia, Germination, Tsuga Canadensis

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Seed= reproductive unit; the only dispersal stage in many plants. For most plants, seeds are going to disperse. Seeds are a major mortality stage for p
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UTMBIO330H5Peter M KotanenWinter

BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Soil Chemistry, Soil Fertility, Hudson Bay Lowlands

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Nutrients are generally actively taken up as dissolved inorganic ions. Decomposition supplies n, but plants must compete with microbes. Nutrients are t
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UTMBIO330H5Peter M KotanenWinter

BIO330H5 Final: BIO330 2. Water Relations

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Water moves down gradients of water potential ( ) Most loss is a side effect of photosynthetic co uptake. Water must be replaced through the roots (usu
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UTMBIO330H5Peter M KotanenWinter

BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Herbivore

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BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Alliaria Petiolata, Garlic, Allelopathy

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Forest invasions about 1/3 of plants in the gta are introduced, mostly from europe. Most plant invaders are in disturbed areas (urban areas, fields, et
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BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Toxicodendron Radicans, Urushiol, Herbivore

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Tannins can have toxic effects as can other phenolics. Urushiol (poison ivy: binds to skin, denatures proteins, reject your own skin. Alkaloids directl
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BIO330H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Methyl Jasmonate, Methyl Salicylate, Froghopper

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