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UW-MADISONNUTR SCI 132Pete AndersonFall

NUTR SCI 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Phytochemical, Hyperplasia, Gestation

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They must attract insects to themselves to gather pollen. Plants produce pleasant smells to be pollinated. Plants also create toxic smells and chemical
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UW-MADISONNUTR SCI 132Pete AndersonFall

NUTR SCI 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Folate Deficiency, Morning Sickness, Peristalsis

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Physiological changes during pregnancy can cause problems. Remain upright after eating to reduce stomach acid from traveling up the esophagus. Dangerou
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UW-MADISONGEOSCI 100Meyers, Stephen RSpring

GEOSCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Evaporation, Transpiration, Atmospheric Circulation

*fossil fuels - a natural fuel such as coal or gas, formed in the geological past from the remains of living organisms. Greenhouse gases are contributi
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UW-MADISONCHEM 104Zelewski, Linda MarieSpring

CHEM 104 Lecture 6: Reaction Rates

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UW-MADISONGEOSCI 100Meyers, Stephen RSpring

GEOSCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Cyanobacteria, Stromatolite, Goldilocks Principle

*the goldilocks principle - the earth is just enough far away from the sun and has the right type of atmosphere to have life exist. Lecture slideshow s
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UW-MADISONGEOSCI 100Meyers, Stephen RSpring

GEOSCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Dominant Wavelength, Cyanobacteria, Stromatolite

Co2 is a greenhouse gas change concentrations and you can take temperature. Weather over a long period of time. *climate change - a change in global or
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UW-MADISONGEOSCI 100Meyers, Stephen RSpring

GEOSCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Atmospheric Circulation, Dominant Wavelength, Apple I

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UW-MADISONGEOSCI 100Meyers, Stephen RSpring

GEOSCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Fault Scarp, Subduction, Seismometer

*the ring of fire - a major area in the basin of the pacific ocean where many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur. *earthquakes - sudden release o
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UW-MADISONCHEM 104Zelewski, Linda MarieSpring

CHEM 104 Lecture 38: finishing electrochemistry

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UW-MADISONGEOSCI 100Meyers, Stephen RSpring

GEOSCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Absolute Time And Space, Oceanic Crust, Ernest Rutherford

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UW-MADISONGEOSCI 100Meyers, Stephen RSpring

GEOSCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Protist, Prokaryote, Bacteria

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Chapter 11: geobiology (fossils) -- not on midterm but still on final exam. Midterm information: in class (normal room & time, 50 questions, multiple c
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UW-MADISONGEOSCI 100Meyers, Stephen RSpring

GEOSCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Deep Sea, Silicate Minerals, Connate Fluids

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**6 igneous rocks to remember:*: texture: small crystals (extrusive) vs. big crystals (intrusive, composition: mafic vs. intermediate vs. felsic. *lith
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