Wednesday PM (A03)
Relative Area of the Origin of the Temporalis (RAOT)
Males = 17
Females = 14
Blind Force (N)
note lab tutorial 3!
comment trouve la concentration dacide inconnu?!
quel volume utilise pour lequation c1v1=c2v2!
what does that point (color changement) represent?!
Le point dequivalence!
ca represente !
le point auquel le nombre de mo
Institute of African Studies Course
AFRI 1002A - Introduction to African Studies II
Day & Time: Thursdays - 14:35-16:25
Room: 302 Azrieli Theatre
BUSI 2002 Intermediate Accounting 2
Assignment 1 Liabilities
Your assignment submission must be typed up in either Word and Excel and uploaded
(one file only) to the assignment dropbox before midnight Sunday July 10, 2016.
You are finalizing the
Mahad Mohamed, Cardestin Parmera, Joanne Ramanair
The company is on the verge of being acquired
CEO proposes a Change in Control Severance Agreement
Drawn up by outside counsel
Subject to approval by compensation committee
SPROTT SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
BUSI-4008A SUMMER 2016
ADVANCED MANAGEMNET ACCOUNTING AND CONTROL
Monday 5pm to 6pm
Monday and Wednesday 6p
Natural History Notes Part 2
Moose store sodium in the rumen
Road salt = sodium chloride (a lot of moose go in ditches on roadside in spring when
the roads get plowed in the winter to eat this sodium)
Advantages to eating animals that are plant eater
Natural History Notes
Natural History is:
living, breathing, dynamic animals
living, dynamic plants
the interaction between plants and animals and interactions between animals
real world. It is the original and only reality show
Lecture 17 completed
April 9, 2016
Male bullfrogs have a large tympanum
The syrinx is why birds can sing two songs at one time
Birds sing (advertise) for telling other birds that they own a certain territory, and to attract a mate
Many warblers si
March 12, 2016
Why are plant tissues hard to eat? : the structure of the cell walls (made of cellulose and
Adaptations animals have for eating plants:
Slugs and snails break off plant tissue with radula (helps them dige
Lecture 16 completed
March 22, 2016
Carbon products come from living plants (similar to parasites) -mycoheterotroph
But most plants are autotrophs
Many shade-dwelling orchids photosynthesize and steal carbon from other plants through mycorrhiz