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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 53 pages long!)

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Why the world wars are unique: these wars are more ideologically driven than the wars or con icts that precede them. Ideology = the world views of the
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ferdinand Foch, Fucking Hell, French Shore

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22 Jan 2018
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American entrance to wwi: america in 1914 had no real armies, only a few divisions in strength. Mainly used for police protocol near the front line. Ha
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture 13: 13 - PEACE AND LEGACIES

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22 Jan 2018
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Victory in 1918: allies were being prepared to continue the war into 1920, and no one expected germany to be completely broken after the. However, germ
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Facilitated Communication, Central Powers, Nivelle Offensive

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22 Jan 2018
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After the nivelle offensive: britain"s relationship to france has changed before, france was the dominant partner in the anglo-franco relationship, sin
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Brusilov Offensive, Fritz Von Below, Freaked

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22 Jan 2018
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The germans could move forces rapidly between fronts, using rail networks = could concentrate forces for effective offensive operations. Chantilly conf
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Military Simulation, Ottoman Empire, Central Powers

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22 Jan 2018
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Trench warfare lasted longer, and by de nition, static (located in the same place) Although the soldiers would only stay on rotation for a few weeks, t
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ottoman Empire, Ethnic Nationalism, Plan Xvii

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22 Jan 2018
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Why the world wars are unique: these wars are more ideologically driven than the wars or con icts that precede them. Ideology = the world views of the
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Erich Ludendorff, Briey, Central Powers

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22 Jan 2018
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War plans in action: germany, the schliffen-moltke plan (advances in the west) The germans assumed that their armies would be able to cross belgium ter
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture 9: 9 - LEADERSHIP & COMMANDS

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22 Jan 2018
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Order of command: general headquarter (british: general bef headquarter in france) administrative (ex: strategical planning, logistics) Composed of app
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture 3: 3 - STATIC WARFARE

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22 Jan 2018
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Geography of the western front, 1914-1915: the territories north and east of the front line = under german control. 10% of france under german control
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture 4: 4 - WAR AT SEA

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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Phosgene, Hydrogen Cyanide, Chemical Industry

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22 Jan 2018
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Object tools / artifacts that humans use. Method a system of tools that governs the utilization / method of tools (how they are used) Artillery squads
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WESTERNHistory 2179Andrew IarocciFall

History 2179 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bloody April, Synchronization Gear, German Strategic Bombing During World War I

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22 Jan 2018
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Robert nivelle: often referred to as the man who was forgotten or the man who never was . He had a major role in the french & british armies, essential
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WESTERNPhysiology 3140AJohn Di GuglielmoFall

Physiology 3140A Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Intron, Agarose Gel Electrophoresis, Blastocyst

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29 Dec 2016
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Can have tissue-speci c knockout isolate the gene production"s function within a particular tissue or cell type. Using a mouse as the model organism +
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WESTERNPhysiology 3140AJohn Di GuglielmoFall

Physiology 3140A Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Short Hairpin Rna, Plasmid, Transfection

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29 Dec 2016
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Assignment 4 - rnai *****videos not included***: rnai are any rnas that can induce silencing of other molecules. Can be split into two types: sirna and
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WESTERNPhysiology 3140AJohn Di GuglielmoFall

Physiology 3140A Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Eosin, Alizarin, Neuroglia

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29 Dec 2016
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WESTERNPhysiology 3140AJohn Di GuglielmoFall

Physiology 3140A Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Pipette, Chemiluminescence, Long Term Ecological Research Network

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29 Dec 2016
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Western blot: the analysis used to quantify protein expression, used to examine the effects of treatments (ex: broth factors & inhibitions) or used for
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WESTERNPhysiology 3140AJohn Di GuglielmoFall

Physiology 3140A Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Housekeeping Gene, Taqman, Exonuclease

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29 Dec 2016
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Dna-dependent dna polymerase synthesizes a complementary copy of the template strand. Primers x2 speci c to the dna segment that needs to be ampli ed:
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nondisjunction, Metaphase, Vulgate

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10 May 2016
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Study Guide - Final Guide: Meiosis, Tryptophan, Methionine

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10 May 2016
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Polycistronic transcript: multiple genes on one mrna. Nal coxi protein has 15 more aa than human coxi protein. Pre-mrna = 29 902nt mrna = 1587nt. Live
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia, Spindle Apparatus, Zygote

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10 May 2016
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Overview: chromosomal rearrangements could happen in any species, they include: Comparing the mouse genome & the human genome: similar at the dna level
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Bacteriophage, Lac Operon, Lac Repressor

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10 May 2016
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20 - synthetic biology: parts, modules and systems: craig venter crated the rst biosynthetic prokaryote microplasmid bacterium = world"s rst synthetic
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Covalent Bond, Escherichia Coli, Start Codon

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10 May 2016
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14 - genes & gene expression, mitochodnrial genome. Overview: gene is usually de ned as a segment of dna encoding a protein or rna on a discrete region
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Chromatin, National Human Genome Research Institute, Human Genome Project

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10 May 2016
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15 - genes & gene expression, nuclear genome rrna default organization: rrna genes could also be found in nuclear genomes, default organization for rrn
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: P Element, Gynandromorphism, Zygote

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10 May 2016
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21 - transposable elements and variations in chromosome numbers. But rst evidence by marcus roades in 1930s. Described in detail and con rmed by barbar
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: George Gamow, Chagas Disease, Leucine

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10 May 2016
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Have many copies of the same regulatory elements = polyploid. Encode project: q: what proportion of the non-coding dna in the genome is functional?? (s
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Morphogen, Repressor, Zygote

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10 May 2016
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Overview: developmental genetics aim to determine a pathway of gene interactions. Investigate how does one gene affect the expression of another how mu
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Study Guide - Final Guide: Immunology, Embryonic Stem Cell, Polytene Chromosome

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10 May 2016
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Can be used to identify rare mutations in haploid cells & then combine them with mutations in diploid cells for complementation analysis. Large quantit
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Blast, Joint Genome Institute, Genome Editing

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10 May 2016
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Overview: bioinformatics: the science of using computational methods to decipher the biological meaning of information contained within organismal syst
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Kinetoplast, Cytosine, Chloroplast

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10 May 2016
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Amount / relative ratio to non-coding dnas. Packaging system: how are exons organized / separated in relations to the non-coding dnas (scrambled vs ord
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Ti Plasmid, Neomycin, Zygosity

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10 May 2016
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Transgenics: the process of transferring a speci c sequence of dna into organisms, very species speci c. Model organisms: model organisms must be able
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Cell Membrane, Aequorea Victoria, Green Fluorescent Protein

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10 May 2016
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Marine slugs: aka solar powered opisthobranchs, elysia chlorotic, eats algae & eat their chloroplast (once obtained the 2 chloroplast, they no longer c
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chloroplast, Hepatocyte, Species Richness

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10 May 2016
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Genome diversity: size: recall: a genome is a set of genetic instructions within a biological compartment. Genome size is the length of one set of all
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Theileria, Plastid, Mind Map

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10 May 2016
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The event of a host cell engul ng a cynobatcerium only happened once. The event of a non-photosynthetic eukaryote engul ng another photosynthetic eukar
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Shapeshifting, Phylogenomics, Cytoskeleton

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10 May 2016
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Although both the chloroplast and the mitochondria are found within eukaryotic cells, they show characteristic of prokaryotic cells. Believe that both
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Antimicrobial Resistance, Eukaryote, Central Dogma Of Molecular Biology

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10 May 2016
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The tree of life is composed of 3 domains hypothesis. All living things are descends of luca (last universal common ancestors), including viruses. Arch
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Zygosity, Myotonic Dystrophy, Tandem Repeat

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10 May 2016
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How do individuals differ within a species: not all individuals within a species have identical genomes, distinguishing between genetic variation of a
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Nitrocellulose, Genomic Library, Northern Blot

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10 May 2016
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Kinetoplast, Algae, Nucleomorph

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10 May 2016
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Genome diversity: chromosomes: genomes are made up of one or more chromosomes. 1 copy = haploid/monoploid; 2 copies = diploid ; multiple copies = polyp
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WESTERNBiology 2581BDavid R SmithFall

Biology 2581B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Apparent Death, Zygosity, Antennapedia

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10 May 2016
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Recall: mutations can be classi ed: based on origin spontaneous vs induced, based on molecular change base substitution, insertion, deletion , based on
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