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PHY 231 Lecture 1: Test 1 Lecture Notes
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find more resources at oneclass.com Displacer Formulas Find Distance dis trawled IDX I Ix Xo 1 is always pos Are sp...

Physics
PHY 231
Prof. Lynch
CEM 252 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Thx, Sodium Borohydride, Phenyl Group
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find more resources at oneclass.com isolated t system t.AE to J Intro vs conjugated7T systems at N I ...

Chemistry
CEM 252
C.Vasileiou
PSY 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Classical Conditioning
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Learning Learning: A relatively permanent behavior change due to experience Classical Conditioning Neutral Stimulus (NS) - a stimulus that elicits no response before conditioning Ex. bell ringing, light going on, music pla...

Psychology
PSY 101
John Weaver
BS 161 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Photobleaching, Membrane Protein, Facilitated Diffusion
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Lipid Bilayers 1. What does a transporter do? Transporters move ions or molecules across the membrane They may be channels that allow molecules to move through them or carriers that facilitate movement by changing shape 2....

Biological Science
BS 161
Miller
BS 161 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Choline, Phospholipid, Hydrophile
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Lipid Bilayers 1. What defines a cell? membranes 2. What are membranes made of? Membranes are made of lipids 3. What do lipids do and how are they defined? Lipids functions include: energy storage, cell signaling, and the ...

Biological Science
BS 161
Miller
BS 161 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Signal Recognition Particle, Transmembrane Protein, Cell Membrane
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Recap ER signal sequence = if present translation occurs on ER, when absent translation occurs in cytoplasm. Other signal sequences = These sort proteins to chloroplast, mitochondria, nucleus, lysosomes, Golgi and ER. Sign...

Biological Science
BS 161
Miller
HNF 150 Lecture 11: 02/12 Proteins
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HNF 150 Spring 2019 Dr. Ekstrom Lecture Notes PROTEIN I. Protein Facts 1. Protein contains carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen plus NITROGEN 2. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein 3. Some amino acids are ESSENTIAL II. ...

Human Nutrition and Foods
HNF 150
Ekstrom
PSY 101 Lecture 10: 02/12 Sensory and Perception
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Sensation vs Perception The study of how the world out there gets in and how we construct internal representations of the external world. Sensation refers to the stimulation of the sensory organs by physical energy from th...

Psychology
PSY 101
John Weaver
BS 161 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Partial Charge, Hydrogen Bond, Ionic Bonding
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FUNCTIONAL GROUPS Hydroxyl (-OH) POLAR Partial charge due to difference in electronegativity between O and H Forms hydrogen bonds, is soluble 2n H O (hydrophilic) Found in: carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, lipids Ex...

Biological Science
BS 161
Miller
BS 161 Lecture 3: 01/14 Questions
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BS 161: LECTURE 3 1. What element makes up most the dry mass of cell? - carbon 2. How does carbons electron configuration explains its ability to form large, complex, diverse organic molecules? Carbon has 4 valence electro...

Biological Science
BS 161
Miller
PSY 101 Lecture 8: 02/05 Development over the Lifetim
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Sensorimotor Infants lack object permanence - the awareness that objects continue to exist when not perceived. Piaget thought that this capability emerges suddenly around 8 months, but developmental psychologists now belie...

Psychology
PSY 101
John Weaver
PSY 101 Lecture 9: PSY 101 02/07 States of Consciousness
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Life Developments Adolescence Physical Development: Puberty Consciousness = generally, our awareness of ourselves (internal stimuli) and our environment (external stimuli Consciousness promotes our survival and helps us in...

Psychology
PSY 101
John Weaver
PSY 101 Lecture 9: PSY 101 02/07 Life Development
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Life Developments Adolescence Physical Development: Puberty When hormones trigger physical changes, including Primary sex characteristics: reproductive organs, genitalia Secondary sex characteristics : nonreproductive char...

Psychology
PSY 101
John Weaver
SPN 310 Lecture 6: Lección 6 Los modos verbales II

SPN 310 Los modos verbales II Clusulas dependientes adjetivas AKA oraciones de relativo Misma funcin que un adjetivo Modifican un nombre El nombre en las clusulas adjetivas se llama antecedente Tengo un hijo que tiene cuat...

Spanish
SPN 310
A.Ausin

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