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LSUREL 1000AllSpring

Test 2 Notes

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1st temple period (950-586 bc)- located in jerusalem, signified political, social, and a ritual center. Prophets begin to turn focus inward to compassi
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LSUREL 1000AllSpring

REL 1000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ajiva, Secularism, Guru Nanak

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Brahman- the supreme reality, the essence of everything, can"t be defined. Nirguna- without attributes, the very impersonal brahman, essence. Saguna- w
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LSUBIOL 2051AllFall

BIOL 2051 Lecture Notes - Multilocus Sequence Typing, Phylogenetic Tree, Primary Nutritional Groups

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11. provide support for the mitochondria and chloroplasts having bacterial origins. Where on the human body can you find places like this: what prevent
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - Bicameralism, Divided Government

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22 Jul 2014
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Members of the house: 25 yrs old, citizen 7 years. Key powers: make laws (house and senate), raise and spend revenue, impeachment. Running and staying
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Lecture Notes - National Power, Extradition Clause, Sixteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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Enumerated powers - laid out specifically in constitution. State powers under the constitution: state powers aren"t enumerated, 10th amendment. Concurr
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LSUBIOL 2051AllFall

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Superoxide Dismutase, Thioglycolate Broth, Anaerobic Respiration

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22 Jul 2014
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Top of tube all in oxygen area: obligate aerobe, obligate anaerobe, facultative aerobe aerobic makes more atp than without oxygen) (need oxygen but poi
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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

Exam 3 Clicker Questions

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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

Cell Signaling Clicker Questions

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How can the same hormone have different effects in different tissue: cardiac cells have more receptors than intestinal cells, epinephrine circulates to
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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

BIOL 1201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Zenne, Sister Chromatids, Ploidy

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LSUBIOL 2051AllFall

BIOL 2051 Study Guide - Restriction Enzyme, Small Interfering Rna, Dicer

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Control of microbial growth: describe two ways prokaryotes defend against viral infection, dna methylation dna methylases to methylate their own dna to
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LSUGEOL 1003AllFall

GEOL 1003 Lecture Notes - Tibetan Plateau, Homo Sapiens, Homo Erectus

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22 Jul 2014
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Biota- cattle, antelope, deer, giraffes, pigs, elephants, carnivorous cats & dogs, bear, hyena, new world primates. Apes- early apes from africa and as
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LSUGEOL 1003AllFall

GEOL 1003 Lecture Notes - Cantius, Paleocene, Land Bridge

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22 Jul 2014
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Biota- mollusks, fish, flowers, mammals (small; horses, insectivores , marsupials, monotremes), sand dollars, burrowing bivalves, birds (large predator
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LSUGEOL 1003AllFall

GEOL 1003 Lecture Notes - Actinopterygii, Dinosauromorpha, Dinos

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Permian mass extinction allowed very few surviving organisms. Biota- mollusks, hexacorals (replace sponge & algae coral; modern framework builders; col
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LSUECON 2030AllFall

ECON 2030 Lecture Notes - Money Multiplier, Federal Open Market Committee, Money Supply

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LSUECON 2030AllFall

ECON 2030 Lecture Notes - Discouraged Worker, Business Cycle, Producer Price Index

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Today"s menu: monday 30 june 2014: business, practice problems, chapter 24: 8-10, 13-15, chapter 25: 1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 15-17, 19-21. Substance: unemploym
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LSUECON 2030AllFall

ECON 2030 Lecture Notes - Money Multiplier, Transaction Account, Money Market Account

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Today"s menu: thursday 03 july 2014: business, practice problems, chapter 29: 1-7, 14-16, chapter 30: 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 20, 27, june 2014 employment situ
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LSUPOLI 2051AllSpring

POLI 2051 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Olive Branch Petition, First Continental Congress, Intolerable Acts

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Mercantilism- an economic theory designed to increase a nation"s wealth through the development of commercial industry and a favorable balance of trade
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LSUGEOL 1003AllFall

GEOL 1003 Lecture Notes - Sea Level Rise, Glacial Motion, Radiocarbon Dating

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22 Jul 2014
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11,000 years & most recent: humans evolve, large migration population. It"s important because explains how earth got to present state. Reveals the high
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LSUECON 2030AllFall

ECON 2030 Lecture Notes - Aggregate Demand, Monetary Base, Money Supply

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Today"s menu: wednesday 09 july 2014: business, practice problems, chapter 26: 1- 5, 9-13, 15-18, 20, chapter 32: 3-5, 12-15, 18, final exam: this satu
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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

BIOL 1201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Light-Independent Reactions, Light-Dependent Reactions, Endergonic Reaction

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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

Cell Signaling Notes

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LSUENGL 2001AllWinter

ENGL 2001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Verbosity

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He found his neighbor who lived next door to be attractive in appearance. He was really late to his english class due to the fact that he had to finish
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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

BIOL 1201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Solvent, Hemoglobin, Glycogen

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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

BIOL 1201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Telophase, Red Blood Cell, Meiosis

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LSUBIOL 1202AllSpring

Bio Final Cumulative Notes

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Study guide for comprehensive portion of the final exam. Chapter 23: explain the statement it is the population, not the individual that evolves. , nat
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LSUBIOL 1201AllFall

BIOL 1201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mitochondrion, Carbohydrate, Cellular Respiration

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LSUECON 4070AllSpring

ECON 4070 Study Guide - Umbar, Technological Unemployment, Jab

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Respect to current tech partly due to repeating tasks. As tech becomes more advanced, difficulty raises in major breakthroughs. Sector that lags behind
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LSUBIOL 1202AllSpring

Test 2 Notes

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Chapter 26- phylogeny and the tree of life. Phylogeny: the evolutionary history of a species or group of related species. Systematics: an analytical ap
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LSUBIOL 1202AllSpring

BIOL 1202 Lecture Notes - Binomial Nomenclature, Polyphyly, Paraphyly

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LSUGEOL 1003AllFall

GEOL 1003 Lecture Notes - Sea Level Rise, Glacial Motion, Continental Collision

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Miacene- age of the apes (primate evolution), elephants, rodents, snakes, animals that live in the grasslands. Mid mayacene shift northern hemisphere p
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LSUECON 2030AllFall

ECON 2030 Lecture Notes - Price Level, Producer Price Index, Government Spending

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Today"s menu: tuesday 01 july 2014: business, practice problems, chapter 25: 1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 15-17, 19-21, chapter 29: 1-7, 14-16. Refers to a continuo
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LSUECON 2030AllFall

ECON 2030 Lecture Notes - Japanese Yen, Aggregate Demand, Government Spending

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Today"s menu: tuesday 08 july 2014: business, practice problems, chapter 9: 17, 18, chapter 26: 1- 5, 9-13, 15-18, 20, final exam: this saturday (7:30-
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LSUPHIL 2020AllSpring

Kant Notes

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LSUPHIL 2020AllSpring

PHIL 2020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ancient Philosophy, Consistency, Consequentialism

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Kant: ancient philosophy is separated into three parts: physics, ethics, and logic. The logical and the formal are retained regardless of whether or no
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LSUPHIL 2020AllSpring

PHIL 2020 Lecture Notes - Middle Ages, Zoophilia, Akrasia

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LSUPHIL 2020AllSpring

PHIL 2020 Lecture Notes - Rule Utilitarianism, Deontological Ethics, Consequentialism

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Jeremy bentham influence is what mill both extends and challenges. Mill - he was shielded from other children his age b/c his dad thought they would co
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LSUPHIL 2020AllSpring

PHIL 2020 Lecture Notes - Categorical Imperative

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Mills endorses virtues because of consequences, but its paradoxical. The good will only thing that"s unconditionally good. Good in and of itself (doesn
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LSUBIOL 1202AllSpring

BIOL 1202 Lecture Notes - Chapter 27, Polysaccharide, Peptidoglycan

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LSUANTH 1001AllSpring

ANTH 1001 Lecture Notes - World-Systems Theory

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Christianize the world: thought it was best religion. New ship design better at sailing into wind: new travel. Diseases were carried to new worlds; the
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LSUBIOL 1202AllSpring

Test 4 Notes

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Concept 33. 1: sponges that are basal animals that lack true tissues: porifera, live in both fresh and marine waters, lack true tissues and organs, asy
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