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UCONNANTH 1006BellantoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Group Cohesiveness, Social Control

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19 Nov 2018
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Religion: cultural knowledge of supernatural that humans use to cope with problems. Consists of a belief in the existence of supernatural and of ways o
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UCONNANTH 1006BellantoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Social Control, Endogamy, Social Stratification

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19 Nov 2018
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ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Household Division, Land Tenure, Pastoralism

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19 Nov 2018
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Economic anthro: studies economies from a comparative approach. Similar economic causes produce similar cultural effects. Modes of production- way of o
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UCONNANTH 1006BellantoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Culture Shock, Participant Observation

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18 Nov 2018
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Carbonic Anhydrase, Proximal Tubule, Extracellular Fluid

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18 Nov 2018
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As active muscles use up oxygen, ph drops because co 2 and h 2 o form bicarbonate and h + via carbonic anhydrase and hemoglobin"s affinity for oxygen i
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 48.1: Ectotherm, Lipid Bilayer, Thermoregulation

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18 Nov 2018
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Animal cells can only survive within 0 -45 . Below 0 , lipid bilayer changes from a fluid to a frozen gel, disrupting cell functions. Above 45 , most p
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 48.2: Membrane Transport Protein, Extracellular Fluid, Osmoregulation

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18 Nov 2018
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In osmosis, water moves across selectively permeable membrane from a region where it is more highly concentrated to a region where it is less concentra
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 47: Nutrient, Organic Compound, Overnutrition

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15 Nov 2018
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Plants only need sunlight and inorganic precursors (h 2 o, co 2 , minerals) to make all organic molecules. Animals require constant diet of organic mol
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 38: Tight Junction, Nervous Tissue, Muscle Tissue

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15 Nov 2018
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Aqueous solution that surrounds individual animal cells contains ions and molecules in particular concentrations to maintain osmotic balance and mainte
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 46: Endodermic Evagination, Cellular Respiration, Invagination

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15 Nov 2018
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Absorbed o 2 is used as final electron acceptor for cellular respiration, co 2 released is a product. Respiratory medium : environmental source of o 2
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Gastrovascular Cavity, Extracellular Fluid, Hemolymph

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15 Nov 2018
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Least complex animals (sponges, cnidarians, flatworms) have no distinct circulatory system. Aquatic or are surrounded by body fluids of a host animal.
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dna Repair, Pyrimidine Dimer, Dna Ligase

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30 Oct 2018
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Associated with sliding clamp only on the leading strand. Primase synthesizes short rna strand complementary to single-stranded dna. Ligase closes gap
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lac Operon, Galactoside, Allolactose

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30 Oct 2018
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Bacteria: regulation due to presence of specific nutrients. Transcription - do or don"t do transcription. Translation - stop protein synthesis at mrna
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Acetyl-Coa, Pyruvate Dehydrogenase, Allosteric Regulation

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30 Oct 2018
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Occurs in cytoplasm, oldest part of cycle. Glucose + 2 atp + 2 nad+ 2 pyruvate + 2 nadh + 4 atp. Net output- 2 atp (2 are put back in), 2 nadh, 2 pyruv
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Adenylyl Cyclase, Signal Transduction, Peptide Hormone

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30 Oct 2018
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Cell signaling: regulates gene expression, activates/inactivates proteins that already exist. Cells need to be connected to the ecm in order to connect
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nucleoside Triphosphate, Phosphodiester Bond, Guanine

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30 Oct 2018
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Purines: adenine and guanine (pure as gold) Pyrimidines: cytosine and thymine (dna) or uracil (rna) Phosphodiester bond: phosphate bonds to oxygen and
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Genetically Modified Organism, Cloning Vector, Dna Ligase

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30 Oct 2018
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18. 1 key dna tech for making genetically altered organisms. Genetically altered organism: organism that has its genome altered to change a genetic tra
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Vacuum Flask, Endergonic Reaction, Exergonic Reaction

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30 Oct 2018
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6. 1 energy, life, and the laws of thermodynamics. Energy can be converted readily from one form to another. Kinetic energy: energy of an object becaus
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Norman Horowitz, Edward Tatum, George Beadle

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30 Oct 2018
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15. 1 the connection between dna, rna, and protein. George beadle, edward tatum (1940s) used a genetic approach to study metabolism in neurospora. Mini
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Maclyn Mccarty, Enterobacteria Phage T2, Frederick Griffith

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30 Oct 2018
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stereoisomerism, Triple Bond, Hydrogen Bond

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30 Oct 2018
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Inorganic molecule: molecule without carbon in its structure. A few of the smallest carbon-containing molecules that occur as minerals/atmospheric gase
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Thyroid, Atomic Nucleus, Atomic Number

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30 Oct 2018
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Matter: anything that occupies space and has mass. Element: pure substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances through ordinary chemical
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UCONNBIOL 1107Thomas AbbotFall

BIOL 1107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lipid Bilayer, Fluid Mosaic Model, Aqueous Humour

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30 Oct 2018
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Membranes consist of lipids and proteins assembled into a thin film. Phospholipids and sterols are the major types of lipids. Phospholipids have a pola
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ground-Penetrating Radar, Pequot War, Folk Taxonomy

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30 Oct 2018
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Reindeer Hunting In Greenland, Marvin Harris, Cattle In Religion And Mythology

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30 Oct 2018
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People must adapt successfully to their physical environments, adjusting to its features and using its resources to meet their needs. Prescribe procedu
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Arab Culture, Culture Change, Acculturation

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30 Oct 2018
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Diffusion: movement of cultural ideas and artifacts from one society to another. Direct- elements are taken up by a neighboring society and spread fart
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Enculturation, Cultural Anthropology, Culture Shock

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30 Oct 2018
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Culture: primary non-biological means by which humans adapt to their environment. Ordered system of beliefs, expressive symbols, values and knowledge.
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Powder River Country, George Armstrong Custer, Fetterman Fight

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30 Oct 2018
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15-20 buffalo annually to support a family. Oregon trail and transcontinental railroad (completed 1869) Buffalo nears extinction bc of commercial hunti
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Forensic Anthropology, Execution By Firing Squad, Soil Type

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30 Oct 2018
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Systematic study of material remains of human behavioral (cultural) past. Csi- processing a crime scene is inherently destructive. Forensic archaeologi
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Transhumance, Sedentism, Woodworking

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30 Oct 2018
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Late pleistocene/ early holocene (end on ice age) Climatic volatility, temperatures rose, ice sheets melted and large herbivores become extinct. Shift
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Folk Taxonomy, Albinism, Biological Anthropology

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30 Oct 2018
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Age of exploration: europe became aware of extent of human biological variation, introduced concept of race. Polygenist school- different peoples encou
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gene Pool, Adaptive Radiation, Chromosome

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30 Oct 2018
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Earth was wet and moist, spread of temperate and tropical forest. Earth was dry and arid, forest gave way to plains and savanna areas. At least one gro
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hominidae, Thumb, Homininae

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30 Oct 2018
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sickle-Cell Disease, Aggression, Convenience Food

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30 Oct 2018
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Language, took laming, defense and territorial spacing are all behavior patterns that are adaptive to our ancestors. Serotonin: neurotransmitter found
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UCONNANTH 1006BellatoniFall

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Endocannibalism, Cultural Relativism, Incest

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28 Aug 2018
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Anthropology: answering questions about the human species. Seeks to produce generalizations about people and their behavior. Seeks to arrive at an unbi
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