Statistics 250 - Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis

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1.3 Relationships between species

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Using the idea of blood relationships in people as an analogy, can you think of two distinct types of relationship between species?

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One
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5.1 Monogamy and polygamy

You've seen plenty of evidence that reproduction in rodents - more precisely what I've called their reproductive strategies - are versatile and varied. You'll appreciate that 'versatile and varied' describes the range of sexual habits seen in the rodents as a group, not the behaviour within a single species. As DA says, some are monogamous, which means that individuals mate exclusively with one partner, over at least a single breeding cycle or season. The marmots are an example of a group tha
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"This Bulb" Hollywood Stars come together to Discuss how Reverse Effects of Greenhouse Gas
Natalie Portman, Kyra Sedwick, and Chloe Sevigny explain how simply changing a light bulb can help reverse the effects of greenhouse gasses. The clip encourages the use and explains the benefits of fluorescent light bulbs. This video also has music by Aimee Mann.  Run time 01:45.
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8.284 Modern Astrophysics (MIT)
This course explores the applications of physics (Newtonian, statistical, and quantum mechanics) to fundamental processes that occur in celestial objects. The list of topics includes Main-sequence Stars, Collapsed Stars (White Dwarfs, Neutron Stars, and Black Holes), Pulsars, Supernovae, the Interstellar Medium, Galaxies, and as time permits, Active Galaxies, Quasars, and Cosmology. Observational data is also discussed.
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6.2.1 Injecting the radioactive substance

The injection may be given immediately before the imaging process, or there may, for certain procedures, be a delay of several hours.

The patient's details and the dose being administered are carefully checked by two people before the injection is given. A lead-screened syringe is used to protect the staff from unnecessary radiation dose (see Author(s): The Open University

INTROSTAT (Statistics Textbook)

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Prof Les Underhill & Prof Dave Bradfield