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CCJ 314 Lecture 1: The Social Construction of Reality
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3.14.18 CCJ 314 Lecture 1 The Theoretical Framework Reality is socially constructed. This means that there is no such thing as a real or true reality. This means that people in interaction with each other agree about reali...

Criminology & Criminal Justice
CCJ 314
Susan Hannon
BIO 350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Genome Editing, Promiscuity, Public Health
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Genome Engineering - What is genome editing? o Genome engineering is the act of modifying an organisms genome through the addition, subtraction and changing of sequence. o Genome editing is sequence directed genome enginee...

Biological Sciences
BIO 350
Matthew Salanga
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: New Phytologist, Endophyte, Horizontal Transmission
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Endophytes - Endophyte a fungus that lives asympotomatically for all or part of its lifecyle in parts of plants - todays focus: endophytes in aboveground plant tissues - Ubiquitous found in all vascular plants studied so f...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Kluyveromyces Lactis, Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Aspergillus
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Fungal Genetics Structure and Organization - Fungi have four major types of genetic elements o Nuclear (chromosomal) genes A. Most fungi are haploid except some yeasts such as C. albicans that are diploid B. Haploid chromo...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Golgi Apparatus, Exponential Growth, Basidiomycota
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Fungal Development andGrowth - apical growth: Growth involves elongation of young hypha at its tip (apex) o Another way to describe apical growth continuous growth of a tube that extends at the extreme tip - Spitzenkrper (...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Whole Genome Sequencing, Mycorrhiza, Glomeromycota
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Glomeromycota - Contains AMF o Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi - 150-160 described species o based on morphology of asexual spores - Hidden genetic diversity increasingly documented - Formerly classified with the Zygomycota b...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Dikaryon, Saprotrophic Nutrition, Karyogamy
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Characteristics of True Fungi 1. Eukaryotic, but usually exist in a haploid state or as akaryon a. Dikaryon: offspring obtains one nucleus from each parent, but the nuclei do not fuse b. Plasmogamy without karyogamy 2. Non...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Basidiomycota, Ascomycota, Anastomosis
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Ascomycota and Basidiomycota Kingdom Eumycota - formerly Division Dikarya now Phylum Ascomycota and Phylum Basidiomycota - >90 of all described species of fungi Characteristics 1. Haploid nuclei in some part of the lifecyc...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Quorn, Shoe Polish, Plant Pathology
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Who are the fungi and why should we care about them? - Friend vs. Foe o Foe Food Spoilage Fungi produce an arsenal of enzymes and can live on a variety of foods from simple sugars to wood and even shoe polish, dry wall and...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Lichen, Trebouxia, Nostoc
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Lichens - fungi that have discovered agriculture o Symbiosis consisting of a fungus with a green algae andor cyanobacteria o Mycobiont fungus; acquires water and nutrients, o makes up >90 of lichen biomass, protects photob...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Synchytrium Endobioticum, Saprotrophic Nutrition, Batrachochytrium
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Chytridiomycota - Kingdom Eumycota: The True Fungi o Greek for little pot o ~ 1000 species o Similar in several ways to the hyphochytriomycota and oomycote Flagellated zoospores and relatively simple body forms Can be holo...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
BIO 411 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Downy Mildew, Labyrinthulomycetes, Dictyostelium Discoideum
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The Former Fungi A. Kingdom Protista -Amoebozoa o slime molds and their relatives B. Kingdom Straminipila (aka Chromista, andother names) o Hypochytriomycota small group of soil and water saprotrophsparasites of algae o La...

Biological Sciences
BIO 411
Catherine Gehring
CCJ 355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Relevance Theory, Deterrence Theory, Symbolic Interactionism
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The Process and Problems of Social Research - Criminological Research Questions o Identifying Research Questions o Refining Research Questions o Evaluating Research Questions Feasibility Social Importance Scientific Releva...

Criminology & Criminal Justice
CCJ 355
Christine Arazan
CCJ 355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Participant Observation, Inductive Reasoning
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Qualitative Methods and Data Analysis - Fundamentals o Qualitative vs. Quantitative o Exploratory research questions, commitment to inductive reasoning o Focus on unstudied processes unanticipated phenomena o Orientation t...

Criminology & Criminal Justice
CCJ 355
Christine Arazan
CCJ 355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Random Number Table, Nonprobability Sampling, Multistage Sampling
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Sampling - Sample Planning o Definition of Sample Components and Population o Sampling Frame list of all elements in population from which sample is drawn o Enumeration Units units that contain one or more elements listed ...

Criminology & Criminal Justice
CCJ 355
Christine Arazan

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