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UOFLMGT 3040Wilf RoeslerWinter

MGT 3040 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Order Processing, Reverse Logistics, Strategic Sourcing

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Increased outsourcing --> suppliers need to respond to end-customer"s needs. Dependence on supplier"s responsibility for design & build subassemblies a
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UOFLMGT 3640Luis EscobarWinter

MGT 3640 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Work Hard, Play Hard, Machismo, Stereotype

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Indicates the kind of hierarchy within the organization. Small companies are flexible and can engage the whole staff in a rage of activities: business
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UOFLBIOL 2000Joseph RasmussenWinter

BIOL 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dna Replication, Allele, Mutation

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Genotype: the specific allelic composition of a cell or organism. Phenotype: the detectable manifestation of a particular genotype. Multicellular organ
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UOFLBIOL 2000Joseph RasmussenWinter

BIOL 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism, Null Allele, Synaptonemal Complex

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Mitosis- cell division that produces two daughter cells with identical nuclei to the parent cell. Meiosis- a process consisting of two consecutive cell
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UOFLMathematics 1560Legge SeanSpring

Mathematics 1560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: The Sketch, Eval, Negative Number

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Additional practice: given f (x) = x, g(x) = x2, and h(x) = e2x, compute: (a) f (f (x)) =p x = (x1/2)1/2 = x1/4 = 4 x. (b) f (g(x)) = x2 = |x|. Note th
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UOFLBIOL 2000Joseph RasmussenWinter

BIOL 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Mutual Exclusivity, Punnett Square, Mendelian Inheritance

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Mendel"s second law- during meiosis, alleles at one gene pair segregate independently of alleles of a second gene pair. Dihybrid- an individual heteroz
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UOFLEconomics 1010Pascal GhazalianFall

Economics 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Competitive Equilibrium, Avoidance Speech, Deadweight Loss

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An efficient allocation of resources occurs when we produce the goods and services that people value the most highly. Resources are allocated efficient
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UOFLMGT 3050Cheryl MehedenFall

MGT 3050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cost Leadership, Hawthorne Effect, Human Resources

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UOFLBIOL 3300Theresa BurgSpring

BIOL 3300 Chapter Notes -Bighorn Sheep, Earwax, Deimatic Behaviour

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Mutation and migration can introduce new alleles. Adaptation trait (s) that increase individual fitness. Oxpeckers believed to reduce numbers of ticks
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UOFLMGT 3050Cheryl MehedenFall

MGT 3050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fide, Constructive Dismissal, Physical Disability

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UOFLMGT 2030Robert EllisFall

MGT 2030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Big Five Personality Traits, Stereotype, Fundamental Attribution Error

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The process by which individuals organize and interpret their impressions to give meaning to their environment. Behaviour is based on perception, not o
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UOFLMGT 3050Cheryl MehedenFall

MGT 3050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Job Rotation, Job Enrichment, Job Analysis

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Goals of the day: explain the steps for conducting a job analysis, write a job description and a job specification, explain key consideration for job d
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