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UWCOMM101Roopa ReddyWinter

COMM101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Outsourcing, Decision-Making, Investment

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Financial management: the art and science of managing a firm"s money so that it can meet its goals. Closely related to accounting: accountants collect
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Labia Majora, Deep Inguinal Ring, Clitoris

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24 Apr 2014
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Reproductive system is responsible for the production of offspring: reproductive organs = genitalia (which has internal and external components) Made u
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Distal Convoluted Tubule, Proximal Tubule, Renal Pelvis

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15 Apr 2014
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Urinary system maintains the chemical consistency of the blood: sends toxins, metabolic wastes, and excess water out of the body, main waste products u
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Paranasal Sinuses, Nasal Septum, Maxilla

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15 Apr 2014
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Basic functions of the respiratory system: supplies body with oxygen, disposes of carbon dioxide. 4 processes involved in respiration (cellular respira
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Synovial Joint, Hyaline Cartilage, Synovial Fluid

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15 Apr 2014
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Lymphatic Vessel, Lymphatic System, Extracellular Fluid

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15 Apr 2014
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Contains the following components: vessels, organs (lymphatic tissue plus cells, fluid. Function of the lymphatic is: transport fluid lymph. Return tis
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Gastrointestinal Tract, Muscularis Mucosae, Parotid Gland

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14 Apr 2014
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Digestive system is responsible for taking in food, break it down, absorb nutrients into blood and eliminate indigestible wastes. 2 main organ groups o
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Proximal Radioulnar Articulation, Suprascapular Notch, Spine Of Scapula

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14 Apr 2014
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Anteriorly consists of clavicle: medial end of each clavicle joins to the sternum and first rib, lateral ends of clavicle joins to scapulae at the shou
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Cranial Cavity, Pleural Cavity, Gross Anatomy

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14 Apr 2014
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Chapter 1 the human body: an orientation. Anatomy - study of the structure of the human body. Gross anatomy study of body structures that can be examin
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Pulmonary Circulation, Sickle-Cell Disease, Bone

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12 Apr 2014
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Circulatory system is made up of: cardiovascular system (double circuit pulmonary and systemic) Cardiovascular system: because humans are multi-cellula
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Anterior Cranial Fossa, Inferior Orbital Fissure, Nasal Concha

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12 Apr 2014
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The skeleton consists of: bones 206 of them in the human skeleton. Appendicular skeleton: cartilages, joints/articulations junctions between skeletal m
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Common Carotid Artery, External Carotid Artery, Internal Carotid Artery

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12 Apr 2014
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Blood vessels are the network of tubes that is used to carry blood throughout the body. There are 3 types of: arteries, veins. Branch/diverge into smal
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UWBIOL301Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL301 Study Guide - Inferior Phrenic Arteries, Inferior Thyroid Artery, Pars Tuberalis

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12 Apr 2014
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Endocrine system is a system of ductless glands: secrete messenger molecules called hormones. Pituitary gland (hypophysis: attached to hypothalamus by
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

module11.docx

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31 Mar 2014
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661 was the date when ali was assassinated and the umayyad dynasty took control. Muslim regions were called the dar al-islam (abode of islam) Those whe
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

module12.docx

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31 Mar 2014
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The abbasid dynasty ended when baghdad was destroyed by the mongols in the 1200s: muslim rule was in disarray for a time after this occurrence. Archite
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

module 9.docx

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31 Mar 2014
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Islam: root s-l-m means submission or surrender: can also mean salam, "peace, total submission to will of god gives inner peace and safety. Muslim: s-l
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Chapter Notes -Environmental Toxicology, Metal Toxicity, Viktor Yushchenko

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12 Mar 2014
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Exposure to toxicants: compare and contrast the two different kinds of exposures, and give examples, there are unintentional exposures (common) and int
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS110 Study Guide - Liberation Theology, Papal Infallibility, Church Dogmatics

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1 Mar 2014
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Many christian traditions are adopted and modified pagan celebrations. Advent is the beginning of the christian liturgical year: celebration of the com
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS 110 module 5.docx

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1 Mar 2014
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Prophets (major/minor: genesis, exodus, leviticus, numbers, deuteronomy. Isaiah: lamentations, ezekiel, daniel, hosea, amos, obadiah. Jonah: micah, nah
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS110 Study Guide - The Interior Castle, Catholic Theology, Unmoved Mover

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1 Mar 2014
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End of 1st century - christians believe that torah has nothing to do with salvation: observing torah and the commandments of torah could not guarantee
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UWINTST101Brian OrendWinter

INTST101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Multilateralism

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UWINTST101Brian OrendWinter

INTST101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: National Science Foundation Network, International Trade, Tai Chi

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10 Feb 2014
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Religion defined as re-ligio , linking back of humanity to its origins e. g. , in god. Bibby sociologist that has shown that over 90% of people worldwi
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS110 Lecture Notes - Elie Wiesel, Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Reconstructionist Judaism

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28 Jan 2014
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Fall of the berlin wall at the end. Shaped western thought and philosophy: intellectual impact is on all of the western world. Immanuel kant: most powe
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS 110 - MODULE 3.docx

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28 Jan 2014
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500 and later, center of jewish life shifted to babylonia (today iran) Yeshiva: schools of talmudic learning, interpretation of talmud, there is never
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UWINTST101Brian OrendWinter

INTST CHAPTER 1 AND LEC 1.docx

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22 Jan 2014
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Discipline unique way of approaching, and achieving, the advance of human knowledge and it comes with its own particular set of theories. Being interdi
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS 110 - MODULE 2.docx

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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS110 Lecture Notes - Seven Laws Of Noah, 613 Commandments, Five Megillot

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13 Jan 2014
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For any religion, information about it is retrieved from the scriptures. Thus the religions are known as: judaism the way of the torah, christianity th
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS 110 - MODULE 0.docx

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13 Jan 2014
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Cytochrome P450, Metabolic Pathway, Protein Isoform

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20 Dec 2013
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Enzymatic and induction properties of the p450 isoforms. promiscuous: within this family, each isoform is slightly different in its catalytic propertie
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Drug Metabolism, Xenobiotic, Toxicokinetics

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20 Dec 2013
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Discuss the 2 types of environments we have to be aware of when we"re studying environmental health. How do they relate: the two types of environment:
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Retinopathy Of Prematurity, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, Oxygen Toxicity

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20 Dec 2013
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Topic 15: toxicodynamic mechanisms - free-radical toxicity part ii. Expound where necessary: exogenous radicals environmental oxidants (o3, no2) Mitoch
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Reactive Oxygen Species, Glutathione Reductase, Oxidative Stress

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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Toxicokinetics, Xenobiotic, Extracellular Fluid

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20 Dec 2013
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Topic 3: toxicokinetics - general principles and absorption part 1. Name and discuss each: absorption: the entrance of the xenobiotic from the external
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Lone Pair, Electrophile, Glutathione

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20 Dec 2013
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Topic 12: toxicodynamic mechanisms - protein targets/interference with protein. electrophilic) or you are electron-rich already and so you do not seek
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Estrogen Receptor, Furan, Endocrine Disruptor

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20 Dec 2013
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Distal Convoluted Tubule, Proximal Tubule, Chemical Weapon

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20 Dec 2013
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Expound as necessary: excretion: removal of an endobiotic or xenobiotic out of the body in waste matter. Urine is a liquid material manufactured by the
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Glucuronosyltransferase, Phenacetin, Paracetamol

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20 Dec 2013
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Discuss: recall that phase-2 metabolism enzymes (in ser or cytosol) attach conjugating group -- i. e. we are attaching something to the molecule. Notab
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Environmental Toxicology, Metal Toxicity, Acrylamide

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20 Dec 2013
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Tolbutamide, Xenobiotic, Lipophilicity

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20 Dec 2013
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Give a quick and easy definition of what distribution is: distribution is the second phase of toxicokinetic process: this is where we define where in t
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UWHLTH340Steve Mc CollFall

HLTH340 Study Guide - Membrane Transport, Paracellular Transport, Trpv6

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