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SDSUSOC 101ChoiFall

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hester Prynne, Mechanical And Organic Solidarity, Industrial Revolution

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7 Dec 2016
66
Marx: work becomes easier those in power and increases ef ciency, need bureaucracy to maintain social control. Sees society as complex organization: ev
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SDSULING 100BellerFall

LING 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Facetime, R2-D2, Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

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8 Jan 2016
46
It has been 10 years since the initial release of the movie irobot, a dystopian fantasy set many years forward in the future that showed viewers the tr
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SDSUTHEA 120OorSpring

THEA 120 Lecture 75: Theater Notes Part 3

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18 Feb 2016
37
Early photography; the invention of photography inspired two main reactions into the art world. Dogville; first play we saw that had the rooms and plac
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SDSULING 100BellerFall

LING 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Detroit Free Press, Microexpression, Wendy Kaminer

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8 Jan 2016
54
Facial recognition systems: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Technology is evolving faster than ever and reaching new extremes unlike any society has e
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SDSUTFM 160Sam ShpigelmanFall

TFM 160 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Non-Uniform Rational B-Spline, Motion Blur, John Lasseter

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27 Jul 2015
119
Sound: historical background, the talkie revolution of 1920s i) Film was soundless because technology was limited: temporary setbacks & limitations i)
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lung Volumes, Pulmonary Circulation, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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1 Oct 2016
6
Negative pressure keeps lungs stuck to the chest wall n = number of moles of gas. Decrease in pressure = increase in volume. Normal: total lung capacit
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mount Everest, Intrapleural Pressure, Thoracic Wall

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12 Jan 2017
1
Po2 of 90 torr is about 4000m (pikes peak: mount everest is less than 50 torr. Atmosphere lungs across blood-gas barrier circulation capillary bed musc
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SDSUGEOG 101De SalesSpring

GEOG 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Spatial Gradient, European Route E70, Lapse Rate

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8 Aug 2016
11
Homosphere- lower 100km home to the constant gases. Constant gases- show little seasonal variation, and there is little change from year to year: nitro
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SDSUENS 332CannonFall

ENS 332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pressure Overload, Angiotensin, Myofibril

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2 Oct 2016
7
Pressure overload: due to increased systolic pressure (high blood pressure, increased wall stress, signals a cascade of regulatory proteins that would
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SDSUBIOL 101Mc ClenaghanFall

BIOL 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sea Anemone, Gastrovascular Cavity, Planula

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22 Sep 2016
5
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SDSUCLASS 310RobbinsSpring

CLASS 310 Lecture 1: CLASS310 Lecture 1

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19 Jan 2017
20
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SDSUENS 304Fabio ComanaSpring

ENS 304 Lecture 11: Muscle Physiology

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4 Feb 2017
1
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