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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Phylogenetic Tree, Cell Theory, Cell Membrane

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3 Nov 2016
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1. 1 what it means to be alive (eeric) Cells: made up of one or more cells. Cell"s membranes regulate the passage of material between exterior and inte
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 54: Nutrient Cycle, Ozone Depletion, Resource Consumption

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15 Dec 2016
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A biological community plus all of the abiotic factors (climate, energy, soil, nutrients) influencing that community. Primary producers (autotrophs, se
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Gene Expression, Mitochondrial Eve, Genetic Drift

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3 Nov 2016
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Describe how humans differ genetically from other apes. Explain why variation in traits in uenced by one gene is different than variation in traits in
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 51: Proximate And Ultimate Causation, Mate Choice, Eusociality

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26 Oct 2016
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Individuals can behave in a wide range of ways. Animals help other organisms for something in return. Behavioural ecologists study genetics, hormonal s
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Foramen Magnum, Femur Neck, Bone

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26 Oct 2016
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 55: Biophilia Hypothesis, Bioindicator, Ecosystem Services

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15 Dec 2016
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Endangered species act (esa) & iucn (international union for. Is in danger of extinction in all or a significant part of its habitat range. Examples: g
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Homo Habilis, Australopithecus Garhi, Oldowan

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26 Oct 2016
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Homo Ergaster, Homo Erectus, Homo Habilis

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26 Oct 2016
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. intestinal parasite species predict that humans started eating meat over 1 million years ago. Cranial differences of homo erectus with homo ergaster.
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency, Genetic Drift

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26 Oct 2016
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The hardy-weinberg principle acts as a null hypothesis to test whether evolution or nonrandom mating is occurring at a particular gene. Inbreeding and
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Dusky Seaside Sparrow, Species Problem, Phylogenetic Tree

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26 Oct 2016
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Speciation occurs when populations of the same species become genetically isolated, diverging from each other. Populations can be recognized as a disti
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Mark JohnstoneFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, Continental Drift, Therapsid

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26 Oct 2016
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Mammals evolved from therapsids (warm blooded reptiles during the triassic period) One therapsid lineage evolved and diversi ed, ultimately constitutin
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BIOLOGY 1M03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Phylogenetic Tree, Permineralization, Chapter 27

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26 Oct 2016
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Phylogenetic trees document the evolutionary relationships among organisms and are estimated from data. The fossil record provides physical evidence of
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