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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Meristem, Secondary Growth, Indeterminate Growth

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Plant evolution has given rise to two methods of reproduction (18. 1) Plants are extremely varied in their appearance and strategies used to attract po
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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Agaricus Bisporus, Motility, Chitin

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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Organic Matter, Meristem, Silt

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4 Mar 2016
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Older, taller, bigger: plants are extremely diverse (but share a basic structural organization) (17. 1) Plants can be superior to animals in a variety
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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Notochord, Cnidaria, Gas Exchange

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4 Mar 2016
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Animal- members of the kingdom animalia; eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic (that is, they cannot produce their own food) organisms. Many of thes
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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Body Plan, Toxoplasma Gondii, Common Kestrel

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Ecosystem- a community of biological organisms and the non-living environmental components with which they interact. Biotic- relating to living organis
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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Life Table, Survivorship Curve, Logistic Function

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Ecology- the study of the interaction between organisms and their environments, at the level of individuals, populations, communities, and ecosystems.
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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Waggle Dance, Internal Fertilization, Parental Investment

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4 Mar 2016
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Chapter 9: behaviors are traits that can evolve. Behavior has adaptive value, just like other traits (9. 1) Behavior- any and all of the actions perfor
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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Macroevolution, Archaea, Eukaryote

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Species- natural populations of organisms that can interbreed and are reproductively isolated from other such groups. Biological species concept- a def
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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Streptococcal Pharyngitis, Probiotic, Acne Vulgaris

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4 Mar 2016
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Not all microbes are closely related evolutionarily (13. 1) Microbe- a microscopic organism; not a monophyletic group, since it includes protists, arch
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DREXELBIO 101Meshagae Hunte- BrownWinter

BIO 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Gene Flow, Selective Breeding, Phenotype

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4 Mar 2016
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Population- a group of organisms of the same species living in a given area. Evolution- a change in allele frequencies of a population. Start with a ca
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Ideal Gas, Partial Pressure, Stoichiometry

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4 Mar 2016
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Pressure- force per unit area; expressed in many units, such as mm hg, atm, lb/in2, torr, and pascal. Atmospheric pressure- the pressure experienced by
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: London Dispersion Force, Electronegativity, Hydrogen Bond

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4 Mar 2016
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Solids: particles close together, high density, incompressible, maintain shape. Gas: particles close together, yet free to move, definite volume, but t
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Boiling-Point Elevation, Molality, Particle Size

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4 Mar 2016
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Soluion- a system in which one or more substances are homogeneously mixed or dissolved in another substance. Solute- the substance that is dissolved or
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Kilogram, Scintillation Counter, Nuclear Fusion

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4 Mar 2016
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Radioacivity- the spontaneous emission of radiaion from the nucleus of an atom. Nucleon- a collecive term for the neutrons and protons in the nucleus o
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dmitri Mendeleev, Chemical Formula, Krypton

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4 Mar 2016
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Element- a basic building block of matter that cannot be broken down into simpler substances by ordinary chemical changes. Atom- the smallest particle
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Exothermic Process, Activation Energy, Joule

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4 Mar 2016
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Reactants- a chemical substance entering into a reaction. Products- a chemical substance produced from reactants by a chemical change. Chemical equatio
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Pauli Exclusion Principle, Valence Electron, Louis De Broglie

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4 Mar 2016
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Wavelength- the distance between consecuive peaks and troughs in a wave; symbolized by the. Frequency- a measurement of the number of waves that pass a
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Prestressed Concrete, Vsepr Theory, Valence Electron

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4 Mar 2016
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Ionizaion energy- the energy required to remove an electron from an atom, an ion, or a molecule. For each astep down a group, an addiional energy level
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Limiting Reagent, Stoichiometry, Formula Unit

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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Molar Mass, Formula Unit, Chemical Formula

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4 Mar 2016
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Avogadro"s number- 6. 022 x 1023; the number of formula units in 1 mole. Mole- the amount of a substance containing the same number of formula units (6
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sodium Bicarbonate, Nitride, Bromine

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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Carbon-12, Atomic Number

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Dalton"s atomic model- the first modern atomic theory to state that elements are composed of minute individual particles called atoms. Greek model of m
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, Junkers J 1

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Each substance has a set of properies that is characterisic of the substance and gives it a unique idenity. Physical properies are inherent in the subs
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Dimensional Analysis, Kilogram, Decimal Mark

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4 Mar 2016
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Measurement- a quanitaive observaion which requires both a number and a unit. Scieniic notaion- a convenient way of expressing large and small numbers
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DREXELCHEM 111Wambsgans AnthonyFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Method

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DREXELCHEM 101A N T H O N Y W A M B S G A N SWinter

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Lone Pair, Bond Energy, Trigonal Bipyramidal Molecular Geometry

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DREXELCHEM 101A N T H O N Y W A M B S G A N SWinter

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Radial Distribution Function, Matter Wave, Electromagnetic Spectrum

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4 Mar 2016
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Quantum mechanical model- a model that explains the behavior of absolutely small particles such as electrons and photons. The theory of quantum mechani
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DREXELCHEM 101A N T H O N Y W A M B S G A N SWinter

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Joule, Exothermic Process, Liquefied Petroleum Gas

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4 Mar 2016
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Thermochemistry- the study of the relaionship between chemistry and energy. Work- the result of a force acing through a distance (pushing a box across
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DREXELCHEM 101A N T H O N Y W A M B S G A N SWinter

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Limiting Reagent, Chemical Equation, Reagent

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4 Mar 2016
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Climate change and the combustion of fossil fuels (8. 1) Greenhouse gases warm earth by trapping some of the sunlight that penetrates earth"s atmospher
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DREXELCHEM 101A N T H O N Y W A M B S G A N SWinter

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: European Route E40, Ionic Radius, Diamagnetism

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4 Mar 2016
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Aluminum: low density atoms result in low-density metal (4. 1) Periodic property- a property of an element that is predictable based on an element"s po
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DREXELCHEM 101A N T H O N Y W A M B S G A N SWinter

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ernest Rutherford, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Unified Atomic Mass Unit

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4 Mar 2016
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A particulate view of the world: structure determines properties (1. 1) Matter- anything that occupies space and has mass. Atom- a submicroscopic parti
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DREXELCHEM 101A N T H O N Y W A M B S G A N SWinter

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Sulfite, Permanganate, Molecular Mass

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4 Mar 2016
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Chemical bond- the sharing or transfer of electrons to attain stable electron configurations for the bonding atoms. Ionic bond- a chemical bond formed
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DREXELCHEM 101A N T H O N Y W A M B S G A N SWinter

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Exothermic Process, Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Intensive And Extensive Properties

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4 Mar 2016
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Accuracy- a term that refers to how close a measured value is to the actual value. Precision- a term that refers to how close a series of measurements
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