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Introduction to Life, Earth and Universe

MULT10011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Big Bang, Cosmic Microwave Background, Baryon
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L.E.U Lecture 24 Big bang and evolution of the universe Big bang model Our model for formation of the universe (inappropriate). There are 3 key features: 1. homogenous 2. expanding 3. very hot and dense at early times Homo...

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MULT10011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Big Bang, Photon, Cosmic Ray
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L.E.U Lecture 28 Forming elements What is light? Can sometimes be considered to be a wave, and sometimes a particle Made of discrete entities photons oPhotons have characteristics which are both wave and particlelike oEach...

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MULT10011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Black-Body Radiation, Star Cluster, Planetary Nebula
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L.E.U Lecture 27 Birth of stars and galaxies, and the life cycle of stars Gravitational cascade starts small tiny gravitational pull towards slightly denser regions o space nearly flat increases more with time as more mas...

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MULT10011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Flagellin, Cell Membrane, Peptidoglycan
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L.E.U Lecture 5 Bacteria, archaea and early fossil record Prokaryotic cells Usually microscopic (110m) DNA is a single, circular chromosome (nucleoid) No proteins attached to DNA (bacteria) Proteins attached to DNA (archae...

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MULT10011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Aberration Of Light, Deferent And Epicycle, Heliocentrism
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L.E.U Lecture 23 Cosmology Watching the night sky o While starts rotate across the sky, the relative position of any two starts is fixed o 7 moving celestial bodies they blod out stars as they move (in front of stars) Sun...

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MULT10011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Circumstellar Habitable Zone, Escape Velocity, Runaway Greenhouse Effect
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L.E.U Lecture 30 Solar System planets Terrestrial planets There are 4 planets in the inner part of the solar system Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars Key properties o Composition earthlike rocks and metals (e.g. iron) o Size ...

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MULT10011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cell Membrane, Heredity, Hydrophile
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L.E.U Lecture 2 Evidence of evolution and natural selection Evolution is a twostep process: 1. Variability 2. Ordering that variability by natural selection Darwins three observations Individuals in a population vary fitne...

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MULT10011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Endergonic Reaction, Hydrophile, Peptide
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L.E.U Lecture 4 Proteins and enzymes, tree of life, prokaryotes Amino acids Building blocks of protein (20) Each amino acid has four groups bonded to a central carbon atom o Acid (COOH) o H2N (amine) o H proton o R group e...

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