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BARNARD COLLEGEBIOL BC 1500xpaulhertzFall

BIOL BC 1500x Chapter 45.1-45.3: Biology: The Dynamic Science, 4th edition. Peter Russell, Paul E. Hertz, and Beverly McMillan

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Immune system: evolutionary mechanisms of the body to protect an organism from foreign invaders. Three lines work together to prevent infection : physi
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BARNARD COLLEGEBIOL BC 1500xpaulhertzFall

BIOL BC 1500x Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Gastrovascular Cavity, Hemolymph, B Cell

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Circulatory system is needed for animals which are too large and complex for diffusion to deliver materials. Materials diffuse across surfaces open to
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BARNARD COLLEGEBIOL BC 1500xpaulhertzFall

BIOL BC 1500x Chapter Notes - Chapter 47: Cellulase, Abomasum, Portal Vein

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Nutrition: how an animal takes in food (ingestion), breaks it down (digestion), and gets necessary materials from it (absorption) Plants photosynthesiz
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BARNARD COLLEGEBIOL BC 1500xpaulhertzFall

BIOL BC 1500x Chapter Notes - Chapter 46: External Intercostal Muscles, Internal Intercostal Muscles, Countercurrent Exchange

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Physiological respiration: process of animals taking in oxygen, distributing it throughout the body, and eliminating co2. Oxygen used in mitochondria t
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BARNARD COLLEGEBIOL BC 1500xpaulhertzFall

BIOL BC 1500x Chapter Notes - Chapter 48 (not 48.4): Thermoreceptor, Heat Transfer, Torpor

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Osmoregulation: balancing concentrations of ions and water in the body. Passive diffusion of water over a selectively permeable membrane. Water moves h
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BARNARD COLLEGEBIOL BC 1500xpaulhertzFall

BIOL BC 1500x Chapter Notes - Chapter 38: Biorhythm, Positive Feedback, Acclimatization

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Chapter 38: intro to animal organization and physiology. Internal environment: uid inside the organism"s body that provides cells with necessary materi
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BARNARD COLLEGECOMS W 1004xPaul BlaerFall

COMS W 1004x Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Reserved Word, Method Overriding

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Inheritance: it is a relationship between a more general class (called the superclass) and a more specialized class (called the subclass). The subclass
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BARNARD COLLEGEAHIS BC 1001xJoseph AckleyFall

AHIS BC 1001x Chapter 7: The Life of Jesus

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Annunciation: the archangel gabriel informs the virgin mary that god has chosen her to bear his son. A dove often represents the incarnation, her mirac
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xBenjamin ZweigFall

ECON BC 3033x Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Equation, Macroeconomics, Market Clearing

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Macroeconomics studies the forces that influence the economy as a whole. Three key macroeconomic variables: real gdp, inflation rate, and unemployment
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BARNARD COLLEGEECON BC 3033xNuria QuellaFall

ECON BC 3033x Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-13: Fractional-Reserve Banking, Real Interest Rate, Nominal Interest Rate

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Real gdp: the total income of everyone in the economy adjusted for price levels. Real gdp increases over time and allows for a higher standard of livin
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BARNARD COLLEGECOMS W 1004xPaul BlaerFall

COMS W 1004x Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,2: Java Virtual Machine, Reserved Word, Delimiter

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BARNARD COLLEGECOMS W 1004xPaul BlaerFall

COMS W 1004x Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,3: Telephone Directory, Linear Search, Formal Language

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