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UBCBIOL 111Lynn NormanFall

BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Confidence Interval, Sample Size Determination, Dependent And Independent Variables

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2 Sep 2014
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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -21 Days, Macrophage, Homeostasis

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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Primary Production, Infant Mortality, Population Momentum

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Ecology is the field of biology that focuses on the interactions among organisms as well as between them and their environment. Population is defined a
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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Cambrian Explosion, Protist, Restriction Enzyme

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Also some of the above definitions do not apply to some living organisms: homeostasis: having a constant internal environment despite an ever changing
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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Habitat Fragmentation, Eutrophication, Decomposer

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The percentage sum is more than 100% because at one time, more than one factor is affecting species. Habitat alteration (habitat destruction and introd
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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Industrial Revolution, Demographic Transition

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If we introduce another organism, other organisms will move as far from each other as possible to make the distribution uniform: uniform distribution h
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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Salmonella Enterica Subsp. Enterica, Competitive Exclusion Principle, Cladistics

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2 Sep 2014
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Developing evolutionary classifications: evolutionary classifications is a hypothesis of the relationship among organisms and are based on the principl
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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Empty Spaces, Plant Cell, Microtubule

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2 Sep 2014
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Bacteria: tiny single celled prokaryotic (lack nucleus) organisms. Spiral (spirochetes: nucleoid region of the bacterial cell contains a double-strande
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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Positive Feedback, Rain Shadow, The Green House

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2 Sep 2014
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The green house effect: global warming is the progressive increase of earth"s average temperature. Presence of carbon dioxide (major source) in the atm
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BIOL 111 Chapter Notes -Tiruchirappalli, Planned Economy, Sub-Saharan Africa

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2 Sep 2014
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