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HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Carnivore, Monosaccharide, Lignin
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find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 14 1. Food constituents a. Water b. Protein c. Carbohydrates d. Fat e. Vitamins and minerals 2. Food i...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Laura MacLatchy
HONORS 232 Lecture 11: Lecture 11 Notes
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find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 11 Anatomical Underpinnings 1. Recognizing Hominoid Fossils a. Primitive catarrhine (hominoids and old world monkeys) features i. Lowe...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Laura MacLatchy
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Reciprocal Altruism, Nepotism, Prosocial Behavior

Lecture Seven 1. Hobbes described life as a war of all against all, but there is cooperation in nature, usually involving kin or reciprocity 2. Mole rats coordinate together, but they are highly interrelated, while humans ...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Laura MacLatchy
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Inverted Pendulum, Foramen Magnum, Ardipithecus

Lecture 16: What is a hominin? What skeletal features distinguish the non-human hominoids from human, and how can these features be used to recognize the earliest hominins in the fossil record? Modern humans distinguished ...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Laura MacLatchy
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ape, Parallel Evolution, Toe

Lecture Three 1. The Comparative Method a. What is the relevant group for comparison? How do we compare? b. Some argue that humans are so malleable by culture that we should not study other primates c. Why study primates b...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Laura MacLatchy
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte De Buffon, Erasmus Darwin

Lecture One 1. Adaptations a. A trait that an organism has that helps it to live and survive b. No natural explanation before Darwin, only folklore 2. Pre Darwin Views a. Stasis i. Fixity of Species (Christianity): God cre...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Laura MacLatchy
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Agricultural Science

Lecture 4Assignment 1. Who determines the ethical guidelines and standards for scientists and how are they enforced? The scientic community expects strict adherence to ethical guidelines. While science as a practice is gen...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Trisha Wittkopp
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Statistical Significance, Confidence Interval, Multiple Comparisons Problem

Vocabulary List association ~ the relationship, or interdependence between two or more things. causation ~ bringing about or giving rise to a specific occurrence. confidence interval ~ a range of values in which there is a...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Trisha Wittkopp
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Genomics, Relative Risk, Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism

Lecture 8Assignment: Genetic Mapping 1. Explain in your own words where genetic differences observed among people come from and how they give rise to variation in traits within the human population. The main point of diffe...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Trisha Wittkopp
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Biogeography, Common Descent

Nikhil Dhulipudi Lecture 10Assignment: Evolution 1. How did Darwins observations of similar species living in similar geographic locations and similar fossils found on top of each other layers of rock contribute to his ide...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Trisha Wittkopp
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: National Health And Nutrition Examination Survey, Spasticity, Blind Experiment

Nikhil Dhulipudi COYALecture 2: Researching Ballot Proposals Ballot Proposal 2: Proposal 081 The Cultivation of Marijuana for Medical Purposes The proposed law would: Permit use of marijuana for registered patients with me...

College Honors
HONORS 232
Trisha Wittkopp
HONORS 232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mertansine, Clinical Trial
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find more resources at oneclass.com What Are Clinical Trials? for determining whether a treatment, drug, device, or strategy is effective and safe to treat various ailments, illnesses, and disorders in hum...

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HONORS 232
Trisha Wittkopp

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