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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

BIOL 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Telophase, Mitosis, Gamete

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BIOL 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Polynucleotide, Dna Replication, Base Pair

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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

BIOL 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Genetically Modified Crops, Hybridization Probe, Herbicide

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Chapter 13 - DNA Structure, Replication, and Organization.docx

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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

Chapter 9 - Cell Cycles.docx

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BIOL 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Lac Operon, Lac Repressor, Operon

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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

Chapter 12 - Genes, Chromosomes, and Human Genetics.docx

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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

Chapter 11 - Mendel, Genes, and Inheritance.docx

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Sickled rbc too elongated & inflexible to pass t/ capillaries aar, cells block capillaries and surrounding tissue starved for oxygen and saturated w/ m
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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

Chapter 5 - Membranes and Transport.docx

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5. 1 an overview of the structure of membranes. Plasma membrane = selectively permeable barrier allows for uptake of key nutrients and elimination of w
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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

Chapter 2 - Origins of Life.docx

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At mol" level, diff btwn biotic and abiotic is a blur o. Living cells obey same fundamental laws of chem. and physics as does abiotic. 2. 1a seven char
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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

BIOL 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Red Algae, Chlorophyll

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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

BIOL 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Atp Synthase, Light-Independent Reactions, Inner Membrane

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Photosynthetic organisms are photoautotrophs and classified as primary producers of earth: convert energy of sunlight into chem energy and use it to as
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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

BIOL 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Covalent Bond, Activation Energy, Inta

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Life relies on group of catalysts (enzymes) tht speed up rates of reacn w/o need for i in temp: w/o: life as we know it could not exist. 4. 1 energy an
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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

BIOL 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Nadh Dehydrogenase, Pyruvic Acid, Chemiosmosis

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By slowly oxidizing energy-rich mol", reacns of cellular respiration (cr) extract pot" energy and convert it into. Complete oxidation of food mol" resu
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AUBIOL 204Dr.Roland TreuSpring

Chapter 3 - Selection, Biodiversity, and Biosphere.docx

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Measured as # of species; reflects reality tht life on earth exists from ocean floor to well into the atmosphere. Most plants are autotrophs, which syn
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Railways Act 1921, Parking Lot, Scientific Notation

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6-7% of students in gec show evidence of serious mathematics difficulty. 26% of wld exhibit problems in area of math. Dylscalculia severe disability in
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Motor Coordination, Word Family, Microsoft Powerpoint

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[ chapter thirteen ] written language: written expression, Writing is most sophisticated and complex achievement of lang sys. The writing connection in
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Fix-Up, Computer Program, Master Sergeant

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W/o ability to read, opportunities for academic and occupational success are limited. Also rises to level of mj public hlth problem. 80% swld and rmd e
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Babbling, Language Processing In The Brain, Speech Disorder

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[ chapter eleven ] spoken language difficulties: listening and. Spoken language, reading, and writing: an integrated system. When child exhibits lang d
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Audiology, Otology, Pediatrics

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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Takers, Rehabilitation Act Of 1973, Optometry

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[ chapter nine ] adolescents and adults with learning disabilities. Adolescents with learning disabilities and related mild disabilities. 1. ) freedom
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Phonics, Phonological Awareness, Lifesize

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[ chapter eight ] young children with disabilities. Parents and families need to actively promote learning during preschool yrs. Otherwise, when child
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Asperger Syndrome, Direct Instruction, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

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[ chapter seven ] attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd) condition of brain tht makes it difficu
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Eval, Master Sergeant, Passive-Aggressive Behavior

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11 Mar 2013
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[ chapter six ] social, emotional, and behavioural challenges. Social challenges difficulties in interrelating w/ others, in making and keeping friends
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Leat, System On A Chip, Learned Helplessness

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11 Mar 2013
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[ chapter five ] theories of learning: implications for teaching. Guide and act as basis for instruction. Helpful in sorting and eval"g new materials,
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Paraprofessional, Informed Consent, Tnm Staging System

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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

Chapter 3.docx

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Goal: tailor learning exp"s for unique needs of indvdl student. By using info gathered t/ eval"n of student, along w/ analysis of student"s specific le
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Motor Coordination, System On A Chip

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[ chapter two ] assessment and the iep process. Used to identify student"s exceptionality and to plan instruction to obtain info tht can be used to pla
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UWPSYCH312Ernie Mac KinnonSummer

PSYCH312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Adequate Yearly Progress, Americans With Disabilities Act Of 1990, Rehabilitation Act Of 1973

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11 Mar 2013
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[ chapter one ] learning disabilities and related mild disabilities. 1975: education for all handicapped children act (public law 94-142) Identified ea
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

Lecture 8.2.docx

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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

SDS353R Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Antonia Fraser, Situation Two

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[ lecture 8 ] the child at play. Spontaneous activity of children; to occupy oneself in amusement, sport or other recreation. Must be: (1) voluntary; (
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

Lecture 7.2.docx

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Money spent mostly on food, and thus, almost integral for child"s wellbeing to be working. Of world currently live on < /day. Children acc for 50% of w
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

SDS353R Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Global Community, Mines And Collieries Act 1842, Child Prostitution

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[ lecture 7 ] the child at work (the child as worker) Work related to status in our society i. e. intimidated/act differently to those who earn more th
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

Lecture 6.2.docx

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Reflects society, values, goals, and concept of childhood. Is it applicable in the world? i. e. subjects once taught in latin as curriculum created for
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

SDS353R Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Manboy

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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

Lecture 5.2.docx

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Used to be bread-winners and often primary disciplinarian. Engage child in active play more so than mother. Children i "g role of child as support for
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

SDS353R Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nuclear Family, Voluntary Childlessness

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George murdock: a social group characterized by common residence, economic cooperation, and. Family performs 4 f"ns: sexual, economic, reproductive and
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

SDS353R Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Industrial Revolution, Nanny, Woodworking

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Child as inherently evil; born w/ original sin. (tf) key was to suppress will and total subordination to parents. More children beaten over age span th
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

SDS353R Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nuclear Family, Abscissa And Ordinate, Baby Monitor

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Prevents from moving if mother leaves them in field to work. Babies left in same swaddling band for a week/longer. Use of wet nurses (hence, abandonmen
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UWSDS353RGeoff MalleckSummer

SDS353R Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Feudalism

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[ lecture 4 ] history of the concept of childhood. Humans are far slower to develop to independent maturity than any other species. Also aar of cultura
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