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YORKBIOL 1001AllFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Uniformitarianism, Marsupial, Echidna

OC25402949 Page
16 Oct 2018
0
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YORKBIOL 1001Hernan HumanaFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Population Viability Analysis, Parapatric Speciation, Soltyrei

OC10665615 Page
10 Sep 2013
73
Vicariance = the fragmentation of a continuous geographic distribution by nonbiological factors. Explain why geographic isolation does not necessarily
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YORKBIOL 1001Hernan HumanaFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Macroevolution, Genetic Recombination, Ring Species

OC1066569 Page
10 Sep 2013
36
Importance of variation in populations for evolution: more genes that code for possibly advantageous phenotypes, thus making the population stronger. W
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Radiant Intensity, Multicellular Organism, Species Richness

OC2152213 Page
5 Feb 2012
65
Explain, in general terms, how the earth s shape affects the intensity of solar radiation across latitudes. Define the three different types of biodive
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Scientific Revolution, Gamete, Gene Flow

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25 Mar 2018
0
Nature of science: science is a process for understanding the world (looking at world. Bio 1001 study critically: focuses on natural world, aims to exp
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intraspecific Competition, Maximum Sustainable Yield, Metapopulation

OC11806863 Page
4 Apr 2017
0
Population ecology: study of question & factors that affect population & how/why populations changes over time. It looks at historic roots, population
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Biodiversity Hotspot, Primary Producers, Invertebrate

OC11806867 Page
4 Apr 2017
0
Mutualism: both species benefit from interaction (+/+) Commensalism: one species benefits, other is unaffected (+/0) Co-evolution: the influence of clo
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YORKBIOL 1001allFall

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Body Plan, Disjunct Distribution, Continental Drift

OC586369 Page
13 Dec 2012
320
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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSummer

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Natural Selection, Soltyrei, Evolution

OC249183536 Page
20 Nov 2018
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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSummer

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Natural Selection, Soltyrei, Evolution

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12 Oct 2018
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YORKBIOL 1001Mark VicariSpring

BIOL 1001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 44 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
0
Darwins second point-natural selection is the cause of evolution. Debating that natural selection may not be the only cause of evolution and why evolut
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YORKBIOL 1001Tamara KellyWinter

BIOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Genetic Drift, Selective Breeding, Pleiotropy

OC11806862 Page
12 Mar 2017
0
Words to define: analogy: similarity of function of structures that have different origins. Ex: winds of fly, moth & birds are analogous because they d
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