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UWKIN346D PFall

KIN 346 Lecture 18: Lesson 6 - Lipids

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2 Mar 2017
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Involved in fatty acid transport (forms outer shell of chylomicrons and lipoproteins): egg yolks, soybeans, peanuts, sterols, small percentage (<2%, mo
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KIN 346 Lecture 20: Lesson 4 - Bioenergetics

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2 Mar 2017
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Sum of all chemical reactions that occur in the body. Catabolic reactions (digestion: breakdown of molecules (for absorption) Bioenergetics: converting
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KIN 346 Lecture 19: Lesson 3 - Anatomy and Digestion

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2 Mar 2017
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Digestive system 2 main groups: alimentary canal and accessory digestive organs: alimentary canal, gastrointestinal tract = stomach and intestinal syst
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KIN 346 Lecture 21: Lesson 2 - Basics of a Healthy Diet

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2 Mar 2017
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A diet that p(cid:396)o(cid:448)ides e(cid:374)ough of the e(cid:374)e(cid:396)g(cid:455), (cid:374)ut(cid:396)ie(cid:374)ts, a(cid:374)d fi(cid:271)(c
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KIN 346 Lecture 17: Lesson 5 - Carbohydrates

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2 Mar 2017
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6 co2 + 6 h2o + energy -> c6h12o6 + 6 o2. Types of dietary carbohydrates: sugars, starch, fibre. The difference between the 3 carbohydrates is the link
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UWBIOL241Gary ButlerSpring

BIOL241 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Short-Chain Fatty Acid, Acetogenesis, Denitrification

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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Final: WS101_Module_1_Power_Privilege_Pt4_Activism.pdf

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8 Apr 2015
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Part of that process and that theorizing is a notion of self- reflexivity. When we think about feminist theorizing and feminist research, we often thin
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rape Culture, Culture Jamming, Toplessness

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8 Apr 2015
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Radical feminists would argue that this is part of a wider rape culture that reinforces the notion that women are really objects for men to use to serv
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Marxist Feminism, Socialist Feminism, Feminist Theory

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8 Apr 2015
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Remember that context is really central to understanding these different feminist approaches. So we might take a chronological view and go back to the
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Postcolonial Feminism, Transnational Feminism, Intersectionality

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8 Apr 2015
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And indeed many feminist theorists have taken up that issue of the third or developing world in thinking about different aspects of feminist thinking.
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Disability Studies, The Feminine Mystique, Reproductive Rights

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8 Apr 2015
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Starbucks, Consumer Capitalism, Westernization

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8 Apr 2015
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So we"ve been talking about issues of power and privilege and gender and sexuality so far throughout the course. But we"ve really talked about those wi
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UWBIOL241Gary ButlerSpring

BIOL241 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Aureobasidium Pullulans, Extracellular Polymeric Substance, Slow Sand Filter

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8 Apr 2015
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Study of interrelationship b/w microorganisms and ecology ecosystem: community of organisms and environment guild: group of organisms w/ similar proces
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UWRS110Peter FrickWinter

RS110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sunnah

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8 Apr 2015
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Jews & christians and the quran: people of the scriptures , surah 2:62, 111, 113, 120, 135, 140 (reference to jews and christians, surah 10:72 story of
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Postcolonialism, Consumer Capitalism

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8 Apr 2015
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So, we"ve already talked in terms of power and privilege, about how we might think about things that we see all around us to really critique what it is
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hijab, Leisure Studies, Christian Cross

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8 Apr 2015
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Another example that you might have come across in the media is thinking about women who wear hijabs, so wear a head covering for religious and cultura
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Food Bank, Rape Culture, Reproductive Rights

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8 Apr 2015
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Do we need feminism moving forward or have we reached a stage where we don"t need feminist thinking or feminist thought anymore as we consider issues t
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UWWS101jSpring

WS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Hegemonic Masculinity, Intersectionality, Slutwalk

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