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UTSCBIOA02H3Stephen Reid, Ivana Stehlik, Rachel SturgeWinter

BIOA02H3 Lecture 39: module 3 - lecture 12

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BIOA02H3 Lecture 38: module 3 - lecture 11

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BIOA02H3 Lecture 37: module 3 - lecture 10

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BIOA02H3 Lecture 36: module 3 - lecture 9

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BIOA02H3 Lecture 35: module 3 - lecture 8

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BIOA02H3 Lecture 34: module 3 - lecture 7

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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 54 Population Ecology

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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonWinter

BIOA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 50: Sexual Selection, Advantageous, Protein Folding

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Chapter 56: Ecosystem Ecology

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 earth is a open system with respect to energy: matter cycles through the system in a closed system.  never comes back in a form to be used again. 
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Chapter 55 Study Guide

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11 Apr 2011
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Floral nectar attracts pollinators, animals that plant relies on in order to reproduce. Extrafloral nectars are grown on their non-reproductive (vegeta
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 22: Mechanisms of Evolution

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1 Apr 2011
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If individuals die who would they be: there has to be variation in population. Variation in a population: adaptation, some individuals are better suite
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 23

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What are species: speciation- the process by which one species splits into two or more daughter species, speciation occurs gradually over a long period
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 52: Ecology and Distribution of Life

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12 Apr 2011
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Chapter 52: ecology and t he d istr ibut ion of l i fe. Rate at which solar energy arrives on earth"s surface depends primarily on the angle of sunligh
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

Chapter 53 Behavioural Ecology

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Ethology: study of animal behaviour from an evolutionary prospective: all behaviours are assumed to have a genetic component but also be influenced by
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UTSCBIOA02H3Kamini PersaudWinter

CHAPTER 53: BEHAVIOUR AND BEHAVIOURAL ECOLOGY

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53. 2 how do genes and environment interact to shape behaviour: genes do not encode behaviours. Rather, gene products such as enzymes can affect behavi
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Chapter 53

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Ethology the study of animal behaviour from an evolutionary perspective. Experiments can distinguish between genetic and environmental influences on be
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Chapter Notes -Connective Tissue, Symporter, Carbonic Anhydrase

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The solute potential (also called the osmotic potential) of a solution is a measure of the effect of dissolved solutes on the osmotic behavior of the s
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UTSCBIOA02H3Ivana StehlikWinter

BIOA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 49.1: Ecological Footprint, Anthropocene, Major Force

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We were born into a golden age because all the stuff from the past is gone now but a consequence is that we have an increasing human pop crossed the 7
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