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UOFMGEO 100HanesSpring

GEO 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Brahmaputra River, Himalayas, Ganges Delta

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20 Jan 2016
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The himalayan mountains are from top of india; formed from two continental plates colliding. World"s highest mountains because only place where two con
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UOFMGEO 100HanesSpring

GEO 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Taklamakan Desert, Tibetan Plateau, Gobi Desert

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20 Jan 2016
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When india ran into asia it pushed up the mountains and pushed up the plateau as well, one place of two continental plates colliding. Japan is mountain
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UOFMGEO 100Samuel HanesFall

GEO 100 Lecture 12: physical geography africa

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5 Oct 2016
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Located in eastern africa, continue into red sea. They relate to continental drift because of plate tectonics. Broke off africa 165 million years ago,
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UOFMBMB 420edward bernardSpring

BMB 420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gram Staining, Stool Test, Hematemesis

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25 Feb 2018
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50 years old with nausea and gi pain, dyspepsia. Stopped 10 years ago), social drinker, no food intolerance (cause inflammation), does not drink coffee
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UOFMBMB 420edward bernardSpring

BMB 420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Urease, Reactive Nitrogen Species, Lewis Antigen System

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8 Feb 2018
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Lophotrichous flagella: move to epithelium (mucus layer) Adhere factors: baba and saba bind to lewis blood group antigens. Phase variation: turning on
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UOFMANT 101ZaroFall

ANT 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Art Of The Upper Paleolithic, Upper Paleolithic, Homo Erectus

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16 Feb 2016
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Lecture 12: emergence of homo sapiens (archaic homo sapiens and. Ancestral: a trait is ancestral" when it is found in an organism & in the last common
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UOFMGEO 100HanesSpring

GEO 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Continental Drift, Sub-Saharan Africa, Oceanic Crust

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20 Jan 2016
27
All located in east africa in a chain. They are valleys from where places in the world are splitting apart. Africa not moving, but other continents are
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UOFMBIO 100DastoorSpring

BIO 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chemical Polarity, Atomic Mass, Chemical Bond

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17 Feb 2016
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UOFMGEO 100HanesSpring

GEO 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Economic Geography, Big Country, Gateway Cities

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20 Jan 2016
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They didn"t expand in to the tropics because they couldn"t bring their crops and livestock. This is where you can make grasses (rice, oat, wheat). The
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UOFMANT 102Christine BeitlSpring

ANT 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Racial Democracy, Ethnic Group, Stolen Generations

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26 Feb 2017
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Phenotype: the set of observable characteristics of an individual resulting from the interaction of its genotype with the environment. Human phenotypes
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UOFMANT 102Christine BeitlSpring

ANT 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Acculturation, Kinship, Enculturation

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23 Feb 2017
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Culture & language: unique to humans: brains are hard-wired for learning culture, culture gave humans an evolutionary advantage ( i. e. tools, re, new
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UOFMBMB 420edward bernardSpring

BMB 420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cholesterol, Thyroid Cancer, Aureus

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19 Mar 2018
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