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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM 237- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Entropy is the measure of disorder of a system. If there is lots of disorder you will have a high entropy (s), and if you have no disorder (lots of ord
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UWCLAS201Ronald KroekerWinter

CLAS 201- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Balcan peninsula jets out into mederanean sea near italy. Greoi was the first tribes romans ran into and the only tribe to call themselves greeks. Othe
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UWENGL109Dorothy HadfieldWinter

ENGL 109 Lecture 1: Course Outline + Essay outlines

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24 Oct 2017
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3 essays having a final-for-now and a revised final: argument essay, evaluation essay, personal narrative essay. You want to persuade your reader to se
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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM237 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Anomer, Hexose, Fructose

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6 Oct 2017
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Study questions march 21: vo = kcat [s] / km + [s] = kcat [s] / km (if you have very low substrate concentration) *so if you"re looking at a michaelis-
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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM237 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Proline, Phenylalanine, Edman Degradation

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6 Oct 2017
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6m hcl, ion exchange since it"s 6m (so high) it will protonate it and hydrolyze all the amide bonds and make all the amino acids positively charged. Wh
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UWCLAS201Ronald KroekerWinter

CLAS 201 Lecture 9: Important Maps - know locations!

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6 Oct 2017
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UWCHEM120LSue Stathopulos

CHEM120L Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Enthalpy, Sodium Hydroxide

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6 Oct 2017
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

[ANTH 100] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (22 pages long!)

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30 Mar 2017
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Anthropology is the objective and systematic study of humankind in all times and places. Anthropology contains four major fields: cultural anthropology
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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM237 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Amyloidosis, Fibrinogen, Protein Disulfide-Isomerase

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1 Mar 2017
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Now let"s discuss quaternary structure: some proteins naturally aggregate with other proteins, usually for biological activity. These interactions are
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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM237 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Triosephosphate Isomerase, Concanavalin A, Proline

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1 Mar 2017
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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM237 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Coiled Coil, Keratin, Triosephosphate Isomerase

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1 Mar 2017
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This peptide bond can be in the cis or trans configuration remember the cardboard demonstration. The plan of each peptide bond shares one alpha carbon
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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM237 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hydroxyproline, Glutathione Disulfide, Isoelectric Point

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1 Mar 2017
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There are 20 protein amino acids that are called alpha amino acids because the r is on the alpha carbon. The carbon next to the carbonyl group is calle
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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM237 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Imidazole, Hexane, Titration Curve

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1 Mar 2017
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First let"s examine the water molecule: the oxygen centre is surrounded by two nonbonding electrons, and two hydrogens. The hydrogens are 104. 5 degree
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UWCHEM237Elisabeth DaubWinter

CHEM237 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hydrolysis, Gibbs Free Energy, Activation Energy

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1 Mar 2017
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Entropy is the measure of disorder of a system. If there is lots of disorder you will have a high entropy (s), and if you have no disorder (lots of ord
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Burmese Chronicles, Political System, Social Stratification

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22 Feb 2017
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Chapter 6: the emergence of cities and states. The world"s first cities grew out of neolithic villages between 4,500 and 6,000 years ago. First in meso
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture 12: Sex, Marriage, and Family

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14 Feb 2017
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Every society has rules and customes concerning sexual relations, marriage, household and family structures, and childrearing practices. These play imp
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture 13: Kinship

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14 Feb 2017
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Chapter 13: kinship and other forms of grouping. Kinship is a social network of relatives within which individuals possess certain mutual rights and ob
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture 8: Characteristics of Culture

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14 Feb 2017
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Cultural adaptation a complex of ideas, activities, and technologies that enables people to survive and even thrive in their environment has enabled hu
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture 5: Neolithic Revolution

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14 Feb 2017
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Chapter 5: the neolithic revolution: the domestication of plants and animals. Between the paleolithic and neolithic, a time of warming after the last g
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture 4: Human Evolution

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14 Feb 2017
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The first mammals appeared over 200 mya and were small nocturnal creatures. Since that time, the positions of the earth"s landmasses have changed drama
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture 2: Biology, Genetics, and Evolution

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13 Feb 2017
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Scientific theories are based on testable hypotheses. Scientific theories provide mechanisms to account for the diversity of life on earth. The science
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture 3: Living Primates

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13 Feb 2017
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Primates are an order of mammals that includes lemurs, lorises, tarsiers, monkeys, apes, and humans. Primates have relatively unspecialized biology and
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UWANTH100Gotz HoeppeWinter

ANTH 100 Lecture 1: Thinking and Doing Anthropology

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13 Feb 2017
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Anthropology is the objective and systematic study of humankind in all times and places. Anthropology contains four major fields: cultural anthropology
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UWCLAS201Ronald KroekerWinter

[CLAS 201] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 22 pages long Study Guide!

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6 Feb 2017
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Balcan peninsula jets out into mederanean sea near italy. Greoi was the first tribes romans ran into and the only tribe to call themselves greeks. Othe
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UWCLAS201Ronald KroekerWinter

CLAS201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Milesian School, Lefkandi, South Aegean

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17 Jan 2017
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Thucydydes wrote years after the events happened but he still seems to be perceptive about what has happened while being factual. There was the pelopon
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UWCLAS201Ronald KroekerWinter

CLAS201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Olive Oil, Cyclops, Megaron

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17 Jan 2017
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The mycenaeans were heavily influenced by the minoans, so were known as minoan-influenced. However these kingdoms were not large at all. Age were also
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UWCLAS201Ronald KroekerWinter

CLAS 201 Lecture 3: Minoan Civilization

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17 Jan 2017
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One of the bronze age civilizations, along with the mycenaeans (the first greek. Was not greek, just influenced the greeks. Minoans died out around 140
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UWCLAS201Ronald KroekerWinter

CLAS 201 Lecture 2: Timeline of Ancient Greece

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17 Jan 2017
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First two original greek historians: herodotus and thucydides. First people who thought about writing down what has happened in the past fathers of his
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UWCLAS201Ronald KroekerWinter

CLAS 201 Lecture 1: Land and Sea

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17 Jan 2017
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Balcan peninsula jets out into mederanean sea near italy. Greoi was the first tribes romans ran into and the only tribe to call themselves greeks. Othe
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UWHLTH101Diane WilliamsFall

HLTH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Environmental Health, Nitrogen Dioxide, Food Energy

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19 Dec 2016
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Environmental health grew out of the efforts to control communicable diseases, for example, providing clean water, having sanitary waste disposal, safe
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UWHLTH101Diane WilliamsFall

HLTH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bronchus, T Helper Cell, Hiv-1 Protease

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16 Dec 2016
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There are 7 stis that pose a major health threat: chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, human papillomavirus (hpv), genital herpes (hsv 1 & hsv 2), hiv/aids,
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UWHLTH101Diane WilliamsFall

HLTH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Oseltamivir, Phylogenetic Tree, Independent Community And Health Concern

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16 Dec 2016
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Worldwide, infectious diseases (pathogen-caused) are responsible for more than 15 million deaths each year which is 25% of all deaths worldwide. Pathog
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UWHLTH101Diane WilliamsFall

HLTH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Passive Immunity, Anaphylaxis, Allergic Response

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16 Dec 2016
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The chain of infection and the body"s defence system. The chain of infection consists of 6 loops: pathogen, reservoir, portal of exit, means of transmi
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UWCLAS202Daniel HutterFall

CLAS 202 Final: CLAS 202 (9-12)

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15 Dec 2016
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Years named after consuls or numbered from foundation of rome in 753. In hoc signo vincas = in this sign you will conquer. He then has the council of n
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UWCLAS202Daniel HutterFall

CLAS 202 Lecture 12: CLAS 202 (Events, People, Important Things)

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15 Dec 2016
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He then has the council of nicaea where bishops assemble and christians start to be. Murdered the emperor alexander severus and his mother to become th
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UWCLAS202Daniel HutterFall

CLAS202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Signifer, Civic Crown, Cup-Bearer

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15 Dec 2016
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Writer who used dirty words like prick (metula) and the big asparagus. Loved to gossip about sexual escapades, affairs and mishaps. Writes in a matter
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UWCLAS202Daniel HutterFall

CLAS 202 Lecture 10: CLAS 202 (Events, People, Important Things)

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15 Dec 2016
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In hoc signo vincas = in this sign you will conquer. Aided the growth of christianity by making it organized. He played a huge role in the growth of ch
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UWCLAS202Daniel HutterFall

CLAS202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Lyric Poetry, Carpe Diem, Gaius Maecenas

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15 Dec 2016
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Years named after consuls or numbered from foundation of rome in 753. Friend of augustus who introduced him to vergil. Livy than they actually were) or
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UWBIOL240Laura HugFall

BIOL 240 Final: 2016 Full Notes

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8 Dec 2016
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Topic 6 cultivation and control of micro-organisms. Esther lederberg replica plating method to illustrate spontaneous mutation without selective pressu
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UWBIOL240Laura HugFall

BIOL240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Proteome, Reverse Transcriptase, Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis

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6 Dec 2016
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The genome is the entire complement of genetic information which includes genes, regulatory sequences, and non-coding sequences. Genomics is the discip
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