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UBCBIOL 121James( Jim) CookeSummer

BIOL 121 Chapter Notes -Allele Frequency, Reproductive Isolation, Genetic Drift

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16 Aug 2013
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UBCBIOL 121Robert AdamsonWinter

Evolutionary processes

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5 Nov 2011
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UBCBIOL 336Greg BoleWinter

BIOL 336 Chapter Notes -Genetic Drift, Blood Orange

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26 Jan 2013
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60463080: selection acts directly on phenotypes, as it is phenotypic variation that creates differences between survival rates and reproductive success
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UBCBIOL 140Chin SunFall

BIOL 140 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 8: Gammarus, Amphipoda, Salinity

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26 Nov 2015
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Gammarus setosus, or more commonly, side swimmers (scuds), are amphipod crustaceans of small, often green physical structure that resides mainly in the
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UBCBIOL 121Robert AdamsonWinter

population ecology

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5 Nov 2011
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UBCBIOL 121Maryam MoussaviSpring

BIOL 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Hybrid Zone, Office Of Energy Efficiency And Renewable Energy

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UBCBIOL 121Robert AdamsonWinter

Speciation

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5 Nov 2011
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UBCBIOL 121Maryam MoussaviSpring

BIOL 121 Chapter 52: Population Ecology

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UBCBIOL 112Karen SmithFall

Textbook Notes on Chapter 16

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12 Jan 2012
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UBCBIOL 121Maryam MoussaviSpring

BIOL 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 27: Mnemonic

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UBCBIOL 336Greg BoleWinter

BIOL 336 Chapter Notes -General Idea, Allele Frequency, Panmixia

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26 Jan 2013
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60463080: no, because the population genetics definition of evolution is the change in allele frequencies observed in a population over generations. An
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UBCBIOL 336Greg BoleWinter

BIOL 336 Chapter Notes -Thesis Statement

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26 Jan 2013
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January 11th, 2013: a debatable thesis statement is a claim that people can reasonably have differing opinions on. Oldfield mice vary in coat colours,
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