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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Nation needed to find ways to get to the west and had to pass through the great plains. Was dry and had nothing so it was given to the indians. Had to
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UMDBSCI 330Ibrahim AdesFall

BSCI 330- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 15 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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Eukaryotic cells are cells that contain a nucleus. Includes: plant cells, animal cells, protists, unicellular algae, fungi, traits of eukaryotic cells,
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UMDBSCI 330Ibrahim AdesFall

BSCI 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sodium Chloride, Microscope Slide, Dna Gyrase

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5 Oct 2017
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The nucleus was discovered in 1831 by robert browne through microscopic observations. 2 layers, a perinuclear space exists between the two layers conti
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UMDBSCI 330Ibrahim AdesFall

BSCI 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Beta Barrel, Alpha Helix, Photobleaching

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5 Oct 2017
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Structural details of biomembranes cannot be resolved with light. Images created of the plasma membrane are due to staining. More sensitive methods are
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Roosevelt Corollary, Platt Amendment, Great White Fleet

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5 Oct 2017
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There was always an idea to expand the continent through purchases and treaties. Americans were actually reluctant to expand overseas. Contrary to the
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Carrie Buck, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, Nineteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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5 Oct 2017
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Progressivism was seen at the federal, state, and local levels. Social welfare progressivism in the form of settlement houses. Settlement house workers
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Big Business, Clayton Antitrust Act, Federal Meat Inspection Act

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5 Oct 2017
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The age of reform and the progressive presidents. Gilded age marked by a weak federal government; a strong executive style will emerge during this time
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 15 pages long!)

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4 Oct 2017
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Nation needed to find ways to get to the west and had to pass through the great plains. Was dry and had nothing so it was given to the indians. Had to
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gilded Age, The Progressive Farmer, Cottonseed Oil

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21 Sep 2017
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The south is going to embrace its version of the gilded age. White supremacists want to go back to the tradition of states rights and white supremacy;
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Grover Cleveland, William Jennings Bryan, Mckinley Tariff

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19 Sep 2017
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Farmers were the loudest dissenters of the gilded age. Vacuum filled of state legislatures, courts, and political parties. Corruption was a characteris
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Political Machine, Thomas Edison, Tammany Hall

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12 Sep 2017
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At the turn of the century, cities grew in size mainly due to immigration. Approx 2 million people immigrated into the united states in the 30 years be
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UMDBSCI 330Ibrahim AdesFall

BSCI 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cell Membrane, Endosome, Nuclear Localization Sequence

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9 Sep 2017
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Eukaryotic cells are cells that contain a nucleus. Includes: plant cells, animal cells, protists, unicellular algae, fungi, traits of eukaryotic cells,
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Wrought Iron, Bessemer Process, Horizontal Integration

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8 Sep 2017
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Began using machines operated by unskilled labor instead of using skilled labor alone. Came to the us beginning around 1790. Industrial revolutions alw
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UMDHIST 201Robert ChilesFall

HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bear River Massacre, Sand Creek Massacre, Dummy Corporation

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8 Sep 2017
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Nation needed to find ways to get to the west and had to pass through the great plains. Was dry and had nothing so it was given to the indians. Had to
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 38: Inverted Pendulum, Buoyancy, Sea Turtle

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9 Dec 2016
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BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Spinal Disc Herniation, Hydrostatic Skeleton, Endoskeleton

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5 Dec 2016
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Skeletons serve to transmit, absorb, and resist forces. Skeletons are dynamic: they can interact with muscles, they can be modified over time. Bones fu
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

[BSCI 207] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 58 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Morphological traits can"t be used to infer genetic relatedness. Cannot be used to infer primitive organisms; more information is needed (fossils, etc.
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Tubulin, Motility, Motor Protein

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28 Nov 2016
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Force is typically applied to a stationary object: can be applied on the: There are three kinds of filaments: microfilaments. Forms part of the cytoske
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Pax6, Amphiprioninae, Opsin

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18 Nov 2016
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Steps as light travels through the environment: illuminant sets stage of what can be seen. There are many ways of capturing and using light. Camera sty
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Particle Detector, Basilar Membrane, Cochlea

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17 Nov 2016
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Making and capturing sound presents some significant challenges. Hearing performs many different functions and is a key sense for many animals: detect
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Olfactory Receptor, Electrochemical Gradient, Membrane Potential

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14 Nov 2016
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Hair cells in ear and skin, photoreceptors, olfactory receptor, taste buds and more. Sensory cells receive signals and convert it into a neural output:
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Polyploid, Radial Nerve, Venus Flytrap

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10 Nov 2016
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Threshold Potential, Gas Constant, Sodium Channel

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4 Nov 2016
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Neurons i: too slow; would take about 16 years to travel one meter. Using the circulatory system: still too slow; would take about 2. 5 seconds to trav
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Acidosis, Lung, Cellular Respiration

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31 Oct 2016
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Numerous implications exist for gas exchange for large organisms. Diffusion is only efficient for small organisms. Gas transport in animals: large orga
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Nephron, Reabsorption, Ureter

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31 Oct 2016
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Organisms can be either osmoregulators or osmoconformers with respect to their environment. Osmoconformers are organisms that change their osmolarity t
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Water Potential, Apoplast, Symplast

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25 Oct 2016
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Xylem traffic always flows up: pulled by transpiration and pushed by the roots. Phloem traffic can either flow up or down the plant: direction of flow
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Electrochemical Gradient, Root Hair, Nitrogen Fixation

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21 Oct 2016
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Plants require elements and minerals that cannot be made by itself. Plants require both macronutrients and micronutrients: fixed nitrogen, potassium, a
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Phytochrome, Transcription Factor, Meristem

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20 Oct 2016
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Seed producing plants are split into two major categories that share similar modes of reproduction compared to non-seed producing plants. Seed producin
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Lophotrochozoa, Monarch Butterfly, Tunicate

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12 Oct 2016
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Life cycles vary in complexity between different organisms. Some life cycles are very simple: offspring are miniature versions of adults and eat the sa
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Neural Crest, Cytokinesis, Developmental Biology

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7 Oct 2016
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Cleavage initially begins in the yolk center: a single-cell sheet forms. This single-cell sheet then forms into a flattened blastula: this is the end o
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Central Dogma Of Molecular Biology, Genetic Code, Glutamine

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5 Oct 2016
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Cosmos formed around 15 billion years ago. Earth formed around 4. 5 billion years ago. Key elements began to react together to make molecules: simple m
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Nuclear Dna, Ribosomal Rna, Eukaryote

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5 Oct 2016
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Morphological traits can"t be used to infer genetic relatedness. Cannot be used to infer primitive organisms; more information is needed (fossils, etc.
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Atp Synthase, Electrochemical Gradient, Electron Transport Chain

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5 Oct 2016
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Source of energy: light or high energy (reduced) molecules. Make atp: substrate-level phosphorylation (slp, chemiosmosis. Source of fixed carbon: fixed
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Plus And Minus Signs, Spontaneous Process, Viscosity

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5 Oct 2016
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Molecules move in a straight line in a vacuum until they hit something. Molecules encounter frequent collisions in air and liquid: but there"s little n
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Mustard Plant, Androdioecy, Gonochorism

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5 Oct 2016
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Definition of terms: gonochorism = two sexes, male and female. Dioecy for plants: hermaphrodite = one sex that makes both sperm and egg. Variations: an
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Anisogamy, Isogamy, Fertilisation

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5 Oct 2016
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UMDBSCI 207Dr.Karen/ Dr.HaggFall

BSCI 207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Programmed Cell Death, Endosperm, Gastrulation

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5 Oct 2016
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Cell type specification: differentiation, cell signaling. Controlled (time, orientation, rate of division) mitosis. Three ways that proliferation can o
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