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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

[BIOL 2030] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 34 pages long Study Guide!

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6 Feb 2017
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Course director: dr. andrew donini: location: lumbers 205, telephone: 416-736-2100 ext. 21096: email: adonini@yorku. ca, office hours: by appointment.
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YORKBIOL 2030Kyle BelozerovSummer

BIOL 2030 Quiz: BIOL 2030 Lab 1-Unicellular Eukaryotes Review

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22 Sep 2019
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YORKBIOL 2030Kyle BelozerovSummer

BIOL 2030 Quiz: Dogfish shark - lab 8 review

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22 Sep 2019
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YORKBIOL 2030Kyle BelozerovSummer

BIOL 2030 Midterm: Midterm 2 Review

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22 Sep 2019
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Midterm 2 - review part 2 (of final exam review) Lophophore ciliated tentacles for feeding: food capture and respiration, evolved twice. Clade brachioz
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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

BIOL 2030 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Optic Nerve, Thalamus, Diencephalon

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14 Mar 2017
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Skeletal system: unlike other higher vertebrates, the shark does not have a bony skeleton but instead a skeleton composed of cartilage. Mouth structure
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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

BIOL 2030 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Peristalsis, Oviduct, Chordate

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14 Mar 2017
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Mesenteries running from organ to organ are usually of the organs. called ligaments. Digestive system: the food when swallowed by the mouth travels dow
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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

BIOL 2030 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cloaca, Pericardium, Mangiafuoco

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14 Mar 2017
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Pericardial cavity hold the heart and branching arteries; protection. Testes oval shaped; dorsal to the liver; produces the male gametes. Ovaries two c
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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

BIOL 2030 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Filter Feeder, Swim Bladder, Basking Shark

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13 Mar 2017
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Parasitic; use suckers like teeth to attach itself to prey, rasp hole in body with rasping tongue and suck out the body fluid. Lack jaw so no movement
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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

BIOL 2030 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nematode, Abdominal Cavity, Filter Feeder

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26 Feb 2017
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Biol 2030 platyhelmithes (chapter 8, pages 154-174) Paired viscid cells (glands) produce adhesive secretions that attach anchor cells to substratum all
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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

BIOL 2030 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Phototaxis, Gastrodermis, Myofibril

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26 Feb 2017
0
Biol 2030 porifera (chapter 6, pages 118-129) Layers of cells that connect vs. cells that connects to a basal lamina. Share some characteristics w/ typ
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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

BIOL 2030 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Undulipodium, Lobopodia, Chlorophyll

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26 Feb 2017
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Enables internal organs to grow larger and become more sophisticated: sa, volume. Act as a hydrostatic skeleton, providing support for soft-bodied anim
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YORKBIOL 2030Andrew DoniniWinter

BIOL 2030 Midterm: Animals Midterm Review Part 1

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26 Feb 2017
0
Biol 2030 classification of animals (chapter 4, pages 84-104, 89*) Developed scheme for classification: morphological, hierarchical taxonomy, 7 mandato
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