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UTSGEEB202H1C.KrupaFall

EEB202H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 65 pages long!)

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Charles darwin: established the theory of evolution, convinced there must be an explanation for the world"s biodiversity, didn"t discover natural selec
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UTSGEEB362H1Deborah Mc LennanFall

EEB362H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 131 pages long!)

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Looking at how we look for relationships among groups of organisms. Humans are geared to seeing bifurcating groups: aristotle grouped organisms on whet
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UTSGEEB325H1Nicole MideoWinter

EEB325H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 25 pages long!)

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UTSGEEB214H1Jennifer CarpenterFall

EEB214H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 126 pages long!)

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If natural selection is picking extreme value [tallest person have highest fitness], their offspri(cid:374)g (cid:272)a(cid:374)"t e(cid:448)er (cid:27
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UTSGEEB267H1Deborah Mc LennanWinter

[EEB267H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (56 pages long!)

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On a phylogenetic tree of the metazoa (multicellular animals), they are one branch: distant relatives: echinodermata (e. g. ,starfish), hemichordata (e
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UTSGEEB321H1Helene CyrWinter

[EEB321H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (102 pages long!)

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Strong conceptual influence from population ecology: community ecology strongly influenced by population ecology, helps understand what happens in comm
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UTSGEEB225H1Laurel DuquetteWinter

[EEB225H1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 99 pages long Study Guide!

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Compares observed frequencies in categories of a single variable to expected frequencies under random model. Converts values from any normal distributi
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UTSGEHJ352H1AgrawalFall

[EHJ352H1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (43 pages long)

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The genetic basis of phenotypic variation: the scale of the problem. Any two individuals are on average 99. 9% identical (still leaves 3. 2 million dif
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UTSGEEB202H1Barrett& EckenwalderFall

[EEB202H1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

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UTSGEEB382H1Deborah Mc LennanFall

[EEB382H1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 55 pages long Study Guide!

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UTSGEEB319H1Martin KrkosekFall

[EEB319H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (111 pages long!)

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Knowing size of population important for understanding fluctuation in populations size, spatial processes (invasions, population contractions) Need to
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UTSGEEB362H1Deborah Mc LennanFall

[EEB362H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (80 pages long!)

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Looking at how we look for relationships among groups of organisms. Humans are geared to seeing bifurcating groups: aristotle grouped organisms on whet
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