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BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Surface Tension, Phloem, Stoma
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find more resources at oneclass.com Photosynthesis CO 2through stomata) + H 2 + energy (from sunlight) → glucose + 2 Water Potential Gradient -- how water moves to leaves ● Photosynthesis occurs in leaves, not ...

Biological Sciences
BIO 105
Kate Mc Donald
BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, Atp Synthase, Oxaloacetic Acid
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find more resources at oneclass.com Cellular Respiration Cellular Respiration-- process that most organisms use to make energy ● Like rechargeable batteries ATP -- fuels life in cells ● ATP has high potent...

Biological Sciences
BIO 105
Kate Mc Donald
PSY 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: John Stuart Mill, Wilhelm Wundt, Confirmation Bias
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find more resources at oneclass.com 1.1 What is Psychological Science? ● The study, through research, of mind, brain, and behavior Critical Thinking -- systematically questions and evaluates information using wel...

PSY - PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 101
Judelysse Gomez
BIO 105 Lecture 6: Plants and Animals
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Plants Plants include green algae and land plants Both photosynthetic Green algae aquatic Land plants terrestrial Why do scientists study plants? Humans depend on plants for food, fuel, fibers, and medicine Plants are p...

Biological Sciences
BIO 105
Kate Mc Donald
BIO 105 Lecture 5: Protists
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Protists Protists all eukaryotes that are not land plants, fungi, or animals Extremely diverse and have no traits that are unique to protists (not in any other organisms) Why do scientists study protists? Many can cause d...

Biological Sciences
BIO 105
Kate Mc Donald
BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Petri Dish, Microbiological Culture, Archaea
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find more resources at oneclass.com Bacteria and Archaea-Prokaryotes Domains -- all life on earth can be categorized in 3 domains ● Prokaryotes ○ Bacteria ○ Archaea ● Eukaryotes Euk...

Biological Sciences
BIO 105
Kate Mc Donald
BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Convergent Evolution, Synapomorphy
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find more resources at oneclass.com Phylogenetic Trees Species -- a population of organisms that can reproduce with others within to produce fertile offspring Tree of Life -- evolutionary history and relationship be...

Biological Sciences
BIO 105
Kate Mc Donald
MAT 107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bradley Effect
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find more resources at oneclass.com Sampling ● When we wish to study a certain characteristic of a large population, it is not always practical to try to gather info from every member of that population (a...

Mathematics
MAT 107
M.L.Karker
CHM 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nonmetal, Covalent Bond, Sodium Chloride
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Ionic and Covalent Bonding Ionic ● Charges attract: cation (+) and anion (-) ○ (Electrostatic attraction) ● Metal + nonmetal (ex. NaCl) ● Common ions used to show that groups of non-metals have...

Chemistry
CHM 104
Stanton Ching
CHM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Boiling Point, Bond Order, Molecular Electronic Transition
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Stratospheric Ozone Earth’s Atmosphere 78% N ,221% O , 2.9% Ar, 0.04% CO , 0.26% others Troposphere Planetary life – primarily exists at 0-12 km above sea level Stratosphere 12-50 km above sea level Electromagnetic Sp...

Chemistry
CHM 103
Stanton Ching
CHM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Bohr Model, Uncertainty Principle, Planck Constant
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Electromagnetic Spectrum Energy in the form of light  Radiant E (light) – waves  Wavelength, λ  Frequency, ν o Cycles per second -8  ...

Chemistry
CHM 103
Stanton Ching
BIO 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Salivary Gland, Skeletal Muscle, Acetylcholine
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find more resources at oneclass.com Cell Communication Cell Signaling Pathways  The conversion of an external signal to an amplified internal signal (one signal type is converted to another)  Cell...

Biological Sciences
BIO 106
Page Owen
CHM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Enthalpy, Coffee Cup, Calorimetry
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Heat Capacity and Calorimetry Ex. A) Determine the heat capacity of a calorimeter if combustion of 10.0 g of benzoic acid o (C 7 O6) 2ives a 50.2 C rise in temperature. 2 C 7 O...

Chemistry
CHM 103
Stanton Ching
CHM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Calorimetry, Sodium Hydroxide, Joule
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Heat Capacity Measurement of heat transfer and reaction enthalpies q = n * C p ΔT n = moles C p molar heat capacity ( q = m * C *sΔT m = mass ...

Chemistry
CHM 103
Stanton Ching
CHM 103 Lecture 13: Chapter 4-Enthalpy/Heat Absorption
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Enthalpy (H) 1) H is an extensive property relies on the amount 1 Ex. H 2 O2 H2O 2 H = 286 2H 2 O 22H O 2 H = 572 Ex. H for combustion of 10 g H 2 (10 g H ) (1 )( 286 ) = 1430 kJ 2 2.0 12 572 ( 22 ) = 1430 kJ 2) H has both...

Chemistry
CHM 103
Stanton Ching

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