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NYUBIOL-UA 22Christiaen LionelSpring

BIOL-UA 22 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Retina, Depolarization, Wild Type

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The brain has 1012 neurons and the connections between dendrites helps to connect impulses and signals that tell body parts to move. Neuron: cell body
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NYUBIOL-UA 22Christiaen LionelSpring

BIOL-UA 22 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Westphalian Sovereignty, National Instruments, Logical Consequence

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10 Apr 2016
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: World View, Nazi Party, Adolf Hitler

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9 Apr 2016
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(1888-1985), german jurist, lawyer, and political theorist. Worked for the nazi party during wwii and sought to find legal justifications for. Modern i
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Frantz Fanon, Martinique, African Diaspora

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9 Apr 2016
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Discourse on colonialism: refutation and alternative, aimee cesaire. Importance of the african diaspora: as a student in interwar paris, became part of
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Totalitarianism, Managerialism, Bourgeoisie

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9 Apr 2016
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Arendt argues something more consequential we may have totalitarianism that emerges but its historical legacy is colonial. To understand how europe got
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Dialectic

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29 Mar 2016
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Those indirectly and seriously affected for good or for evil form a group distinctive enough to require recognition and a name. Then and in so far, ass
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter N/A: Liposome, Zebrafish, Cullinet

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27 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Protein Structure, Alpha Helix, Repressor

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27 Mar 2016
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7. 4 regulatory sequences in protein coding genes and the proteins through which. Repressor inhibit transcription and ar the functional converse of act
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Euchromatin, Transcription Preinitiation Complex, Elongation Factor

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27 Mar 2016
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7. 5 molecular mechanisms of transcription repression and activation. The repressors and activators that bind to specific sites in dna and regulate exp
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Phosphodiester Bond, Transfection, Affinity Chromatography

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27 Mar 2016
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NYUCHEM-UA 126Rugg BarrySpring

CHEM-UA 126 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ni Ni, Buffer Solution, Potassium Iodide

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27 Mar 2016
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Barter, Free Trade, Practical Reason

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27 Mar 2016
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The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles (14) The modern bourgeois society that has sprouted from the ruins of th
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Frederick Winslow Taylor, Scientific Management

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27 Mar 2016
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Frederick winslow taylor, the principles of scientific management. We have but vaguely appreciated the importance of the larger question of increasing
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Endangerment, Wampum, Absolute Monarchy

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27 Mar 2016
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In first treatise of government showed four things: Adam did not have, by natural right as a father or through a positive gift from god, any authority
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Papain, Atomic-Force Microscopy, Fimbrin

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27 Mar 2016
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Sciatic Nerve, Cytoplasm, Neuroglia

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27 Mar 2016
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Lecture 13: microtubules, intermediate filaments and motors: kinesins and dyneins. Slide 2: the core components of cytoskeleton. Actin: made of globula
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pax6, Plasmodesma, Zebrafish

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22 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Genetic Distance, Centimorgan, Tryptophan

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22 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ethyl Methanesulfonate, Metastasis, Chemotherapy

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22 Mar 2016
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Spontaneous cleavage of chemical bonds in dna. Environmental agents ie ultraviolet and ionizing radiation. Reaction with genotoxic chemicals that are b
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Trisomy, Chromosome Territories, Ndc80

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22 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Atp Hydrolysis, Cyclin-Dependent Kinase 9, Transcription Factor Ii F

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22 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter 7: Meeting 13

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22 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Wild Type, Monogenetic Volcanic Field, Northern Blot

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22 Mar 2016
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Typical first step in deciphering cause for any inherited human disease is to identify the affected gene and its encoded protein. Comparison of the seq
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NYUBIOL-UA 21Mark SiegalSpring

BIOL-UA 21 Chapter 5: Meeting 16

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22 Mar 2016
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5. 5 inactivating the function of specific genes in eukaryotes pp. Normal yeast can be replaced with mutant alleles by homologous recombination. Genome
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Labour Power

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22 Mar 2016
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Impartial and fair rules are meant to protect the unequal division that people have agreed to. This results from the fact that people apply themselves
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Meritocracy, Sleep Deprivation, William Wells Brown

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22 Mar 2016
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The peak decades of the trade were 1700-1850 in which 50-60 thousand per year were packed in ships like the brookes . Over four centuries ten to eleven
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Proletariat, The Communist Manifesto, John Locke

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22 Mar 2016
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Locke"s text is universal precepts how human beings everywhere are and should be. Universalism meets up with contradictions that he experiences in the
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Haitian Revolution

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22 Mar 2016
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Gendered violence and the sexual cut of slavery. The nature of douglass"s language writes in a way there"s a rhythmical component that produces a certa
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Reductionism, Bourgeoisie, Marxism

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22 Mar 2016
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Karl marx, class struggle: simplification thesis a) Capitalism has simplified class antagonisms : proletariat as the universal class a) All previous hi
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NYUBIOL-UA 22Christiaen LionelSpring

BIOL-UA 22 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Photophosphorylation, Leaf, Covalent Bond

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22 Mar 2016
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12. 5 photosynthesis and light-absorbing pigments photosynthesis occurs in chloroplasts a specific type of organelle that is only found in leaf cells c
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NYUBIOL-UA 22Christiaen LionelSpring

BIOL-UA 22 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Reduction Potential, Catalase, Hydroxyl Radical

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22 Mar 2016
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12. 3 electron transport chain and generation of the proton-motive force at this point: most of energy released during oxidation of glucose and fatty a
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NYUBIOL-UA 22Christiaen LionelSpring

BIOL-UA 22 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Protein Aggregation, Antibody, Phosphatidylinositol

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22 Mar 2016
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Proteins interact with membranes in three different ways. Integral membrane proteins span the phospholipid bilayer and are made of three segments (i) (
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NYUBIOL-UA 22Christiaen LionelSpring

BIOL-UA 22 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Amphiphile, Glycosylphosphatidylinositol, Lipid Bilayer

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22 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 22Christiaen LionelSpring

BIOL-UA 22 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Glycogen, Hydrolysis, Autophagy

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22 Mar 2016
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As protons move down the electrochemical gradient through the atp synthesis enzyme, Atp is made from adp and pi the reverse of process of atp-powered i
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NYUBIOL-UA 22Christiaen LionelSpring

BIOL-UA 22 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,2,9,10: Sphingosine, Glycolipid, Choline

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22 Mar 2016
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Absolute Monarchy, John Locke, Arrogate

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22 Mar 2016
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We are born free, as we are both rational . Men in a state of nature are absolutely free and independent and become members of society only by their co
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NYUSCA-UA 1Singh NikhilSpring

SCA-UA 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Eurocentrism, Ernest Renan, Primitive Accumulation Of Capital

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22 Mar 2016
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Through travel and circulation and transportation, this moment in the backdrop, is the origins of our current modernity. John locke"s america: thus, in
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NYUBIOL-UA 12Corruzi GloriaSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Lycopersicon, Ti Plasmid, Kanamycin A

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18 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 12Corruzi GloriaSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Seed Dormancy, Brassinosteroid, Auxin

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18 Mar 2016
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NYUBIOL-UA 12Corruzi GloriaSpring

BIOL-UA 12 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Meristem, Chalcone Synthase, Transposable Element

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18 Mar 2016
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Principle i: major discoveries made in plants have relevance to animals. **plants and animals share a lot in common. Robert hooke discovered cells in c
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