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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 16 Notes

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 final paper: two scholarly papers use sources as references: finish outline.  secresy: what is the secret: sibella"s pregnancy. 3 people are taken u
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 15 Notes

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 heteronormative: different sex normal interactions: marriage: ultimate heteronormative act, deviance, opportunity for something different in women: s
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 14 Notes

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 man of feeling prof"s paper: i"m going to argue .  use of i : distinguish between terms, compare and contrast, check papers online, start with autho
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 13 Notes

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 in-class essay: pamela, shamela, joseph andrews, sentimental journey.  long paper: mla format 10 pages.  in class essay: closed book, look on secon
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 11

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19 Mar 2011
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 digressions  slow  hallmarks of stern"s writing.  travel narrative (?: travel genre  popular in 18th century. Stern spoofed something people were
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 10

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 fielding wants to say that people can still have chastity and value without virginity.  importance of: feeling, morality  in relation to richardson
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 9

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 fielding"s first novel was joseph andrews: he was first a playwright, he was more influential than richardson.  joseph andres: 3rd person narrator,
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 8

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 parody: on the didactic message, on the paratextual material, on the claimed social value of the text, on the truth claims of the text.  reading pub
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 7

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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 6

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 does richardson live up to his bragging about pamela: truth letter form, since pamela is writing after the fact, it"s still immediate and she just re
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 5

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 mr. b says he can"t marry pamela because of her low class: he gets a lot of criticism (private/public)  is pamela editing her letters for mr. b: she
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 4

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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 3

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 1700s  pamela  epistolary fiction (story told in letters: form  didactic nature (is pamela really virtuous?, class  spoke to new class, values, g
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 2

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 athenian mercury (john dunton: supports romance reading by persons of quality but not by vulgar , in q and a format.  not for vulgar people because
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UTSCENGC39H3Michael WellsWinter

Lecture 1

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7 Mar 2011
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 before the 18th century, there was no italy or german nation (there were german colonies) Scotland becomes a part of great britain (which later turns
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Sensory systems summary

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There are sensory receptors for many different modalities. There are receptors that sense, for example, chemical stimuli (chemoreceptors), mechanical m
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Skeletal muscle 3

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If a muscle is stimulated repetitively enough or at a fast enough frequency, it will ultimately fatigue and no longer be able to generate tension and c
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Skeletal muscle part 2

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When a muscle contracts isometrically, tension increases in the muscle but the overall length of the muscle does not change. This occurs because there
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Skeletal muscle part 1

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Bands of skeletal muscle are composed of bundles called fasciles. Each fascicle is surrounded by connective tissue and contains numerous muscle fibres
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Action potential summary

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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidWinter

Electricity and electrophysiology summary

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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Cardiac Control (Myogenic hearts) summary

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The spontaneous rhythmic beating of the heart is the result of electrical activity that originates from a pacemaker. This electrical activity spreads t
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Gas Transport and Oxygen - Haemoglobin binding summary

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Haemoglobin consists of 4 subunits 2 alpha subunits and 2 beta subunits. Each of these subunits consists of a globin molecule (alpha globin or beta glo
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Hearts and Circulatory Systems summary

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The mammalian (and avian) heart consists of two ventricles (left and right) and two atria (left and right). The left ventricle and left atria function
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Digestive system physiology summary

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Most absorption takes place in the small intestine. A few substances (i. e. , aspirin; alcohol) can be taken up across the stomach while the large inte
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Renal physiology summary

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The kidneys are located just above the pelvis on either side of the body. Each kidney is connected to the bladder by a ureter. The kidney receives bloo
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UTSCBIOC32H3Stephen ReidSummer

Renal Physiology summary

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The kidneys are located just above the pelvis on either side of the body. Each kidney is connected to the bladder by a ureter. The kidney receives bloo
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