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WESTERNEarth Sciences 2240F/GProfWinter

Earth Sciences 2240F/G Lecture Notes - Global Catastrophic Risk, 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake And Tsunami, James Ussher

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Test hypothesis using more and more observations, and they will either suggest that the hypothesis is correct, or that a new one is needed. Theory is d
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WESTERNKinesiology 2907Q/R/S/TRoland LangfordFall

Kinesiology 2907Q/R/S/T Study Guide - Final Guide: Basal Metabolic Rate, List Of Flexors Of The Human Body, Deltoid Muscle

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19 Dec 2012
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Components of a group fitness class: warm-up. Increase hr increase temperature by increasing blood flow: rehearse creating muscle memory for moves late
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WESTERNEarth Sciences 2240F/GProfWinter

Earth Sciences 2240F/G Chapter Notes -Richter Magnitude Scale, Mercalli Intensity Scale, Thrust Fault

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19 Dec 2012
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1201: syrian/ egyptian earthquake killed 1. 1 million people. 1556: china, 830000 killed in shansi province. 2004 tsunami: dead and missing of 250000.
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WESTERNEarth Sciences 2240F/GProfWinter

Earth Sciences 2240F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Oceanic Crust, Plate Tectonics, Continental Crust

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19 Dec 2012
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Intro: differentiation of earth into zoned structure, sources of internal heat, concept of plates driven by heat energy. Chapter 3: theory of plate tec
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WESTERNKinesiology 2241A/BBob VigarsFall

Kinesiology 2241A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Vertebral Column, Coccyx, Anthropometry

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10 Dec 2012
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Kinetics= forces that cause movement: examples buoyancy, centripetal, friction, pressure, gravity etc. Kinematics = describing that movement: described
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WESTERNBiochemistry 2280AProfFall

Biochemistry 2280A Lecture Notes - P53, Start Codon, Dna Microarray

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10 Dec 2012
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Purine = 2 ring structure, a and g, attach to c1 via n9 position. Pyrimidine = 1 ring structure, c and t, attach via the n1 position. Cg has 3 hydrogen
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WESTERNKinesiology 2230A/BGlen BelfryFall

Kinesiology 2230A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Pulmonary Circulation, Cardiac Muscle, Myoglobin

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10 Dec 2012
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WESTERNPsychology 1000Ross EssonFall

Psychology 1000 Study Guide - Fixed Action Pattern, Prefrontal Cortex, Stimulant Psychosis

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13 Apr 2012
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WESTERNPsychology 1000Ross EssonWinter

Psychology 1000 Lecture Notes - Phobia, Mental Disorder, Hypomania

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13 Apr 2012
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WESTERNPsychology 1000Ross EssonWinter

Psychology 1000 Study Guide - Zygote, Sound Localization, Normative Social Influence

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13 Apr 2012
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Consists of a system of symbols and rules for combining these symbols in ways that can produce an infinite number of meanings. 3 critical properties es
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WESTERNPsychology 1000Ross EssonFall

Psychology 1000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sickle-Cell Disease, Confounding, Phenotype

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13 Apr 2012
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Philosophical roots of psychology: early greeks humans and gods were quite separate from other living things they reasoned about the world, while anima
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WESTERNPhysiology 1021VariousWinter

Physiology 1021 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Christian Bohr, Juxtaglomerular Cell, Antiporter

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13 Apr 2012
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Gas exchange takes place in the alveoli at the blood-gas-barrier (separates blood in the pulmonary capillary from air in the alveoli: air is brought to
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WESTERNPhysiology 1021VariousFall

Physiology 1021 Study Guide - Final Guide: Plantar Reflex, Isochoric Process, Dyskinesia

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13 Apr 2012
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Bacteria are recognized by white blood cells as being foreign. White blood cells try to attack them (ones that are phagocytic) Interleukin i gains acce
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WESTERNPhysiology 1021VariousFall

Physiology 1021 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Resting Potential, Postcentral Gyrus, Atherosclerosis

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13 Apr 2012
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Physiology: the study of function in living organisms, exploring the mechanisms by which the organisms control their internal environments, and attempt
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WESTERNPhysiology 1021VariousWinter

Physiology 1021 Study Guide - Final Guide: Colloid, Pneumothorax, Anterior Pituitary

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13 Apr 2012
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Physiology: the study of function in living organisms, exploring the mechanisms by which the organisms control their internal environments, and attempt
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BStephan LaroseFall

Kinesiology 1088A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cognitive Evaluation Theory, Interpersonal Communication, Sensory Deprivation

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13 Apr 2012
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WESTERNKinesiology 1080A/BMatthew HeathWinter

Kinesiology 1080A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Electrodermal Activity, Interstimulus Interval, Pattern Recognition

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13 Apr 2012
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Goals of science: understand, describe, explain, predict. Empiricism: verification by observation: proposals are subjected to a test, perform an experi
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WESTERNKinesiology 1080A/BMatthew HeathWinter

Kinesiology 1080A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Developmental Coordination Disorder, Lateral Corticospinal Tract, Muscle Spindle

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13 Apr 2012
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Skeletal muscle is striated, while cardiac muscle is not (allows for forming joints) Intrafusal muscle: monitor how much the extrafusal fibres have str
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WESTERNBiology 1202BMichael GardinerFall

Biology 1202B Study Guide - Final Guide: Endometrium, Myelin, Gastrulation

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13 Apr 2012
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Disease has plagued all organisms for billions of years. The word vaccination" comes from vacca" (cow), used cowpox to defend against smallpox. What ca
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WESTERNChemistry 1027A/BFelix LeeFall

Chemistry 1027A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Reaction Mechanism, Half-Life, Nernst Equation

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13 Apr 2012
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Equilibrium: amounts remain constant, overall process reaches equilibrium (dynamic, not static situation) For any equilibrium, there is a mathematical
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WESTERNBiology 1201AMichael GardinerFall

Biology 1201A Study Guide - Final Guide: Decomposer, Parallel Evolution, Soltyrei

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13 Apr 2012
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Hardy-weinberg principle: specifies the conditions under which a population of diploid organisms achieves genetic equilibrium (the point at which neith
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BStephan LaroseWinter

Final Exam/ Course Review lectures 17-35, lectures needed for the final exam, written in Cornell note-taking style so you can write in your own prompt questions to help you study

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16 Oct 2011
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Definition: the systematic and consistent practice of mental or psychological skills: can be learned, but must be practiced and integrated into your tr
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