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UMNFSCN 2021BaumlerSpring

FSCN 2021 Lecture 4: 8 February

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Planets the size of earth exist in habitable region of the sun. Cows have 2 stomachs-- no microbes to help digest foods. We would not have beer, wine,
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UMNFSCN 1012Reneta KorczakSpring

FSCN 1012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Vitamin B6, Riboflavin, Unpaired Electron

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UMNFSCN 2021BaumlerSpring

FSCN 2021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Microbiological Culture, Freeze-Drying, Norovirus

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Contain chemicals (thioglycolate or oxyrase) that combine o2. Candle jar (use fire and the flame will distinguish without o2 that will generate co2) Ma
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UMNFSCN 2021BaumlerSpring

FSCN 2021 Lecture 2: 4 February -2

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Anatomy of cells and tools for studying microorganisms. Traces of zinc, cobalt, copper and manganese (zn, co, cu, and mo) These elements are found in t
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UMNFSCN 3615Cherry Smith Spring

FSCN 3615 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Kulich, Starry Sturgeon, Pelmeni

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Beluga- black to gray, taken from largest sturgeon. Sevruga- lighter color, taken from smaller sturgeon. Sterlet- imperial caviar, taken from sturgeon
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UMNFSCN 3615Cherry Smith Spring

FSCN 3615 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Wok, Pecking Order, Chopsticks

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Coastal on the eastern border and shares a border on the west with laos and cambodia. Chinese ruled vietnam for 1,000 years, until the 10th century. Vi
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UMNFSCN 3615Cherry Smith Spring

FSCN 3615 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Starbucks, Biomedicine, Hoisin Sauce

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UMNFSCN 3615Cherry Smith Spring

FSCN 3615 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Long Red, Noodle, Tea Ceremony

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Eaten year round as desert, and it is a traditional food for the japanese new year. Japanese rice cakes made from short-grain rice flour. Settled in ha
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UMNFSCN 3615Cherry Smith Spring

FSCN 3615 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Indian Child Welfare Act, Indian Removal Act, Maple Syrup

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In minnesota, sioux/dakota and chippewa/ ojibwe (10,000 in minneapolis) 1. 2% of the population identifies as native american in the us. Populations on
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UMNFSCN 3615Cherry Smith Spring

FSCN 3615 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Australopithecus Afarensis, Homo Erectus, Omnivore

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Advantage of omnivores: able to access any environment you want, which is why humans have been so successful. In the past, early hominids (pre-human or
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UMNFSCN 1012Reneta KorczakSpring

FSCN 1012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Performance-Enhancing Substance, Carnitine, Kidney Disease

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Benefits of l-carnitine: acts as a vasodilator in peripheral tissues, may enhance regional blood flow and oxygen delivery, might improve oxygen supply
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UMNFSCN 3615Cherry Smith Spring

FSCN 3615 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Acculturation, Ethnocentrism, Enculturation

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Culture: broadly defined as the values, beliefs, attitudes and practices accepted by members of a group. Learned, not inherited, passed on through lang
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