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BUCAS CH 102AfonsoSpring

CHEM152 Review Notes.docx

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The naf will provide f- ions: a buffer solution resists change in ph when an acid or base is added to it, same mole ratio buffers works best. Henderson
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BUCAS PH 150Matt CartmillFall

CAS PH 150 Study Guide - Final Guide: Subjectivism, Relativism

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Moral skepticism: objectivism/skepticism, all the normative ethical theories surveyed in the last section uphold ethical objectivism, quandary about th
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BUCAS PH 150Matt CartmillFall

CAS PH 150 Lecture Notes - Normative Ethics, Moral Realism, Moral Skepticism

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BUCAS PH 150Matt CartmillFall

CAS PH 150 Lecture Notes - Ad Hominem, Moral Nihilism, Expressivism

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BUCAS PH 150Matt CartmillFall

CAS PH 150 Lecture Notes - Universalizability, Rationality, Arson

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BUCAS PH 150Matt CartmillFall

CAS PH 150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Consequentialism

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BUCAS PH 150Matt CartmillFall

CAS PH 150 Lecture Notes - Rodney King

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Utilitarianism radical in sense that it challenges some things we think are morally right are actually morally wrong. Some things are morally right tha
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BUCAS PH 150Matt CartmillFall

CAS PH 150 Lecture Notes - Consequentialism, Universalizability, Rule Utilitarianism

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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Honorary Whites, Social Fact

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Not white or black, but in between: latinos and asian americans expanding the. Collective black : what is the position of honorary whites, colorblind r
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -United Farm Workers, Chicanismo, Dolores Huerta

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Americans: latinos growing because of high birth rates and immigration, h. a. are partly ethnic minority group and partly racial minority group. Puerto
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -United Farm Workers, Californio, Chicanismo

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Santa fe/new mexico founded around 1600s (before jamestown), settlement developed amongst arizona, california, new mexico, and texas based on farming a
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -De Jure, Ku Klux Klan, One-Drop Rule

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African americans: from segregation to modern institutional discrimination and modern. Intro describes how everyone moves out of the projects and it be
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Jim Crow Laws, Black Nationalism, Acculturation

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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Nat Turner, Colonial First State, Safe Havens

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Pages 104-112: the creation of slavery in the united states, noel hypothesis for why black africans were enslaved instead of white indentured servants
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Jim Crow Laws, De Jure, Reconstruction Era

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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Nat Turner, Gerhard Lenski, Nazi Concentration Camps

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The development of dominant-minority group relations in preindustrial america: the origins of slavery. Colonists saw slavery as a solution to the labor
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Sex Position, Protestant Work Ethic, Acculturation

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American industrialization and rise to global prominence occurred simultaneously. Industrialization destroyed this tradition: new technology was capita
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Ethnic Enclave, Social Distance, Pequot People

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) they will continue to become more valuable: threats to a. i. assets like these are common (real estate developers, energy, autonomy allows them to be
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Indian Reorganization Act, Dawes Act, Leonard Peltier

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American indians: from conquest to tribal survival in a postindustrial society. Introduction discusses meaning of names to a person and what the names
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Melting Pot, Secondary Sector Of The Economy, Primary Sector Of The Economy

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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Native Hawaiians, Leonard Peltier, Dawes Act

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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Muzafer Sherif, Gunnar Myrdal, Social Distance

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Key concepts in dominant-minority relations (4 concepts: distinguish between individual analysis and group analysis (psychological vs. sociological) an
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Human Capital, Wiki, Social Stratification

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Notes: factors to base it on: race is a myth no biological basis for race (brazil change race don"t use the same, race is a social construction and it
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Chapter Notes -Ethnocentrism, Acculturation

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O if two or more groups come together in a contact situation characterized by ethnocentrism, competition, and a differential in power, then some form o
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BUCAS SO 207Ruha BenjaminSpring

CAS SO 207 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Acculturation

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BUCAS IR 365Min YeSpring

CAS IR 365 Lecture Notes - East Sea Fleet, South Sea Fleet, Blue-Water Navy

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Limitations/weaknesses: capabilities for sustained operations by larger formations in distant waters, joint operations with other parts of china"s mili
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BUCAS MA 108AfonsoSpring

CAS MA 108 Study Guide - Unit Circle, Exponential Growth

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Understanding what a derivative is (include this in your review session, it will help for some of the problems even if they are not calculus problems)
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.4: Asexual Reproduction, Sexual Reproduction, Mitosis

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Answer: in two different ways: asexual reproduction involves mitosis, sexual reproduction involves mitosis and meiosis. Asexual reproduction by mitosis
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.6: Apoptosis, Chromatin, Fetus

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Necrosis: cells and tissues are damaged by mechanical means or toxins, or are starved of oxygen or nutrients. These cells often swell and burst, releas
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.3: Sister Chromatids, Spindle Apparatus, Nuclear Membrane

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Prior to mitosis, eukaryotic dna is packed into very compact chromosomes: chromosome: one or two long, linear double stranded dna molecules bound with
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.2: Sister Chromatids, G1 Phase, G2 Phase

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Cell cycle: the period from one cell division to the next; (1) interphase (2) mitosis (3) cytokinesis. Interphase: cell nucleus visible and typical cel
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Study Guide - Cell Membrane, Chromosome, Cytokinesis

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Bi108 chapter 11 notes: the cell cycle and cell division. Division is the basis for: reproduction, growth, and repair/regeneration of tissues. *chromos
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.5: Sister Chromatids, Meiosis, Prophase

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Two nuclear divisions that reduce the number of chromosomes to haploid number. Although the nucleus divides twice, the dna is only replicated once. Red
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Study Guide - Signal Transduction, Non-Competitive Inhibition, Competitive Inhibition

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11 Mar 2014
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In metabolic pathways the product of one reaction is the reactant for the next. Each reaction is catalyzed by a specific enzyme. The amount of enzyme a
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.3: Covalent Bond, Activation Energy, Enzyme

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The more negative the free energy, the further the reaction proceeds toward completion. However, free energy tells us nothing about the rate of a react
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.2: Atp Hydrolysis, Exergonic Reaction, Hydrolysis

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8. 2: what is the role of atp in biochemical energetics. Answer: the capture and transfer of free energy they require to do chemical work. It also can
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.4: Covalent Bond, Enzyme, Reaction Rate

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Enzymes can orient substrates: need to proper orientation to interact. Enzymes can induce strain in the substrate: stretching the bonds between monomer
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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.1: Glycosidic Bond, Catabolism, Hydrolysis

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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

BI108 Exam 2 Outline

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BUCAS BI 108Francis MonetteSpring

CAS BI 108 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Facilitated Diffusion, Endocytosis, Osmosis

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