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NUTR331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Basal Metabolic Rate, Underweight, Amenorrhoea
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1 2 basal metabolism the sum total of all of the involuntary activities that are necessary to sustain life, including circulation, respiration, temperature maintenance, h...

Health Studies & Nutrition
NUTR331
Edna
NUTR331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: The Affluent Society, Overconsumption, Niacin
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Unit 7 Dietary lipids have gained much attention in recent years because of growing evidence of their association with chronic lifestyle diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and obesity. Dietary lipids have an essen...

Health Studies & Nutrition
NUTR331
Edna
NUTR331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Coronary Artery Disease, Dental Caries, Insulin Resistance
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Objectives: 1. identify and discuss chronic diseases associated with affluent lifestyles in developed countries, including the roles of lifestyle and genetics. watching television could be a confounding factor in epide...

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NUTR331
Edna
NUTR331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Polyunsaturated Fat, Saturated Fat, Corn Oil
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Unit 6 3 kinds of dietary lipids are: 1. Phospholipid Main constituent of the cell membrane. Hydrolyzed by stomach enzyme, synthesized on as need basis as they are not a main ...

Health Studies & Nutrition
NUTR331
Edna
NUTR331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Public Health, Food Energy, Osteoporosis
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Unit 3 Dietary Reference Intakes and Diet-planning Guides 1. Describe the goals of Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI). Most people need to focus on only two kinds of DRI values: those that set nutrient intake goals fo...

Health Studies & Nutrition
NUTR331
Edna
NUTR331 Lecture 5: Unit 5 The Carbohydrates
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Unit 5 The Carbohydrates: Sugar, Starch, and Fibre 1. discuss the classification systems for carbohydrate and fibre ( imp) 3 kinds of carbohydrates: Simple carbohydrates single sugar units and linked pair sugar units I e...

Health Studies & Nutrition
NUTR331
Edna
HLST200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: William Henry Perkin, Thermodynamics, Comparative Anatomy
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Unit 7: discuss the connection between science and European empire building during the nineteenth century.: Both industrialization and colonialism helped spur the development of science, which offered the ability to kn...

Health Studies & Nutrition
HLST200
Deobrah Foster
HLST200 Lecture 1: hlst404unit1
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Unit 1 1. describe some of the problems associated with producing a definition of science. This latter issuethe question of the social construction of scienceled to the science wars, a long, heated, and often bitter debate...

Health Studies & Nutrition
HLST200
Deobrah Foster
HLST200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Micrographia, Fengu People, De Humani Corporis Fabrica
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UNIT5 1. Why are the dates 1543 and 1689 used to bookmark the Scientific Revolution? Because some of the giants of science lived, contemplated the natural world, and produced the underpinnings of modern science.Given ...

Health Studies & Nutrition
HLST200
Deobrah Foster
HLST200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Martin Heidegger, Circular Motion, Zosimos Of Panopolis
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UNIT3Unit 3: Science in the Roman and Islamic Worlds and the Twelfth-Century Revival in Western Europe 1. evaluate the Roman contribution to the early development of scientific thought. the Romans were more interested ...

Health Studies & Nutrition
HLST200
Deobrah Foster
HLST200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Scurvy, Chemical Revolution, Ingot
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UNIT6 PP1. identify and discuss the main currents in science during the Enlightenment. Ede and Cormack argue that important elements of the Enlightenment were European expansionism and commercial growth and the int...

Health Studies & Nutrition
HLST200
Deobrah Foster
HLST200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Physicalism, Epicurus, Ancient Greek Philosophy
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UNIT 2 1. explain why the history of science tends to begin with the Greeks rather than with the Mesopotamians or the Egyptians. Part of this is simply chauvinism, science was largely a European creation, so th...

Health Studies & Nutrition
HLST200
Deobrah Foster
HLST200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Orbital Period, Bloodletting, Bombast Von Hohenheim
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UNIT4 1. explain why there was a rebirth or flowering of intellectual activity in Europe during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The European meaning rebirth began with the renewed interest in the discover...

Health Studies & Nutrition
HLST200
Deobrah Foster
NUTR331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Positiva Records, Anloga

Factorizacin LU de matrices cuadradas Antes de comenzar a ver este tema convendra hacer un repaso de las nociones de matrices: Operaciones con matrices (Suma de matrices, producto por un escalar). Matrices cuadradas, matri...

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HLST200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cardiovascular Disease, Circulatory System, Impaired Glucose Tolerance

1. describe the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system. 2. discuss the incidence, prevalence, and consequences of cardiovascular disease for individuals and for Canadian society. 3. list the various types of h...

Health Studies & Nutrition
HLST200
Deobrah Foster

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