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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Study Guide - Final Guide: Paleozoic, East African Rift, Prostaglandin

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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Proverb, Vocab (Song), Makahiki

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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Cortisol, Gonadotropin, Melatonin

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Nervous system - carries electrical messages from the brain throughout the body. Endocrine system - carries chemical messages from different organs thr
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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Subfossil, Silt, Organic Matter

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Paleontology = study of extinct organisms based on their fossils. Paleoanthropology = study of human (primate) fossil record. Fossil = a remain or trac
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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Study Guide - Hominidae, Natural Selection, James Hutton

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Attempt at understanding and ordering the natural world. Eidos (idea or type) - the only thing that is fixed and real. Observed variation is nor more r
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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Egg Cell, Archaea, Chromosome

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Homunculus - a tiny version of a fully formed individual. Eventually replaced by the concept of epigenesis (an organism develops from a fertilized egg)
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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Nikita Khrushchev, Benjamin Lee Whorf, Edward Sapir

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Whorf, the relation of habitual thought and behavior to language . Outline: sapir-whorf hypothesis, ries, russian talk, ortner, on key symbols . While
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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Ethnohistory, Tristes Tropiques, Post-Structuralism

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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Chapter Notes -James Hutton, Mesozoic, Radiocarbon Dating

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Paleontology = the study of extinct organisms, based on their fossilized remains. Fossils = the preserved remains of once-living things, often buried i
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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Chapter Notes -Mendelian Inheritance, Molecular Genetics, Population Genetics

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Cellular and molecular genetics - involves the study of genetics at the level of cells and. Dna; used to devise genetic therapies for disease or determ
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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Chapter Notes -Lithostratigraphy, Relative Dating, Radiometric Dating

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Paleontology - the study of extinct organisms, based on their fossilized remains. Fossils - the preserved remnants of once-living things, often buried
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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Chapter Notes -Treeshrew, Marsupial, Mesozoic

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Mammals that first appeared during the late triassic period most closely resembled the living monotremes. Jurassic period - first marsupial and placent
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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Study Guide - Lithostratigraphy, Bog Body, Biostratigraphy

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Few organisms are fossilized, and even fewer are discovered. Most fossils are bones that have been turned to stone when their minerals were replaced by
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NYUANTH-UA 2Richard BaileySpring

ANTH-UA 2 Chapter Notes -Foramen Magnum, Canine Tooth, Hominidae

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Early in hominin record we look for evidence of bipedalism. Look for human features in skull and dentition. Cp3 = sectorial premolar complex; combinati
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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Participant Observation, Edward Burnett Tylor, Verstehen

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3, 22 of argonauts of the western pacific. Outline: finish up boas, bronislaw malinowski (1884-1942, argonauts of the western pacific. Don"t identify w
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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Edward Burnett Tylor, Noble Savage, Monogenism

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Outline: fieldwork projects, the next two weeks, setting for tylor: pluralism and european scholarship in the mid-19th century, edward tylor (1832-1917
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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cultural Relativism, American Museum Of Natural History, Nomothetic

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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Kula Ring, Keep Your Powder Dry, Margaret Mead

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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Marcel Mauss, Political Anthropology, Ethnography

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Rd: barth, ethnic groups and boundaries (1969) Rd: brubaker and cooper, beyond identity (2002) Don"t have cultures with boundaries; we have practices t
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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ethnography, Hermeneutics, Folklore

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Four fields, anthropology and its interlocutors; the classic culture concept. Interlocutors: sociology, cultural studies, philosophy and history, willi
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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Study Guide - Case Report, Ethnology, Ethnography

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Outline: terms, williams, tylor, kuper, boas, malinowski, mead, mauss, derrida, bourdieu, ongka"s big moka, durkheim, turner, myerhoff. Ethnography is
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NYUANTH-UA 1Douglas BruceSpring

ANTH-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Liminality

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NYUBIOL-UA 11VariousFall

BIOL-UA 11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Korem, Microfluidics, Biosensor

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Focus of the research: an engineered gene network with global intercellular coupling that is capable of generating synchronized oscillations in a growi
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NYUBIOL-UA 11VariousFall

Cell Communication

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Yeast cells use chemical signaling to identify cells of opposite mating type and initiate the. Signal transduction pathway conversion of a received sig
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NYUBIOL-UA 11VariousFall

BIOL-UA 11 Chapter Notes -Mendelian Inheritance, Meiosis, Chromosome

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NYUBIOL-UA 11VariousFall

BIOL-UA 11 Chapter Notes -Asexual Reproduction, Genetic Variation, Centromere

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NYUBIOL-UA 11VariousFall

BIOL-UA 11 Chapter Notes -Gamete, Epistasis, Cardiovascular Disease

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Blending theory of heredity genetic material contributed by the two parents mixes. Particulate theory of heredity the gene idea; parents pass on discre
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NYUBIOL-UA 11VariousFall

Regulation of Gene Expression

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Natural selection favors bacteria that express only the genes whose products are needed. E. coli needs tryptophan; when the human host does not consume
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NYUSCHOL-UA 10DeerFall

SCHOL-UA 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Appeasement, Velvet Revolution, Charter 77

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NYUSCHOL-UA 10DeerFall

SCHOL-UA 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stereotype

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Def: abstract expectations about the structure of the social world. What theory do children have about social membership. Age 3 - group membership matt
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NYUSCHOL-UA 10DeerFall

SCHOL-UA 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ecological Study, Zoonosis, Borrelia

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Def: the ecological study of host-pathogen interactions within the context of their environment and evolution. The study of the underlying principles t
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NYUCHEM-UA 225KahrFall

Summary of Ch. 1

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Essential skills and details: writing lewis dot structures for atoms, ions, and neutral molecules, determination of formal charge, writing resonance fo
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NYUCHEM-UA 225KahrFall

Lab 1: Recrytallization

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These changes should not be interpreted as the beginning of the melting process. Includes melting point, boiling point, index of refraction, density, s
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NYUCHEM-UA 225KahrFall

CHEM-UA 225 Chapter Notes -Separatory Funnel, Stopcock, Miscibility

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75: extraction - a common technique for isolating and purifying the product of a chemical reaction a. Involves transferring a solute from one solvent i
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NYUBIOL-UA 12VariousSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Chapter Notes -Tas2R38, Phenylthiocarbamide, Taste Receptor

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Macromolecules and the process of genetic information: dna. All modern dna apparently descended from a single, spontaneous, generative event several bi
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NYUBIOL-UA 12VariousSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Fallopian Tube, Blastomere, Skeletal Muscle

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Driesch - complex structure comes from simple one in egg; still believed in vital forces though. Cleavage - diameter stays constant, cell number grows
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NYUBIOL-UA 12VariousSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Chapter Notes -Natural Killer Cell, Microorganism, Peptidoglycan

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NYUBIOL-UA 12VariousSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate, Tris, Panmixia

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Q: what does edta do? allows us to get to the dna. Chelates (binds) magnesium and calcium ions prevents enzymatic degradation of. Dna by nucleases, whi
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NYUBIOL-UA 12VariousSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Endocrine System, Chymotrypsin, Trypsin

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How a cell communicates information to other cells. Endocrine signaling - cell produces hormone, releases to bloodstream, where it travels around and r
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NYUBIOL-UA 12VariousSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sexual Reproduction, Multicellular Organism, Gamete

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Asexual reproduction = creation of offspring without the fusion of egg and sperm. Sexual reproduction = creation of offspring by fusion of a male gamet
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