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Cardiac Conduction System

Cardiac Conduction System

Cardiac Conduction System. (1) Conduction System of Heart. Conduction System = Heart Beat & Pumping Cardiac Contractions = Unconscious Autonomic Nervous System  decrease or increase heart rate depending on circumstance. (2) Depolarization of the Heart.

By hayes
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PSYC 2120 (R) 3.0 Social Psychology Winter 2008

PSYC 2120 (R) 3.0 Social Psychology Winter 2008

PSYC 2120 (R) 3.0 Social Psychology Winter 2008. Dr. Jennifer Steele Thursdays 2:30-5:30pm ACE 001. Ironic Mental Process. Brain scans – am I thinking of a White Bear?. Road Map. Course Requirements Instructor and TA Class Format and Textbook Grading Scheme Social Psychology?

By ashanti
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Warm-up (11/3 &11/4)

Warm-up (11/3 &11/4)

Warm-up (11/3 &11/4). Unit Thinking Questions. How big is DNA? Does DNA have to stay in the nucleus? If DNA controls the cell, how does it do so? Does DNA communicate in its own language? What happens if DNA is damaged? Can DNA be used over again?. Objectives.

By martina
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Jobs and Professions

Jobs and Professions

Jobs and Professions. Mervat Mousli. Today’s Plan. We have today another reading lesson about jobs and professions in which we will: Learn words connected to jobs; Read an interesting text about telecommuting; Do reading exercises; Have a little talk;

By natara
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DNA Replication Section 12.2

DNA Replication Section 12.2

DNA Replication Section 12.2. Why and When?. DNA needs to be copied in preparation for mitosis/meiosis. Occurs during “s” phase of the cell cycle. 3’. Parental DNA Molecule. 5’. Replication Fork. 3’. 5’. DNA Replication. Origins of replication

By raisie
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Unit 4 – Cell Membrane & Transport

Unit 4 – Cell Membrane & Transport

Unit 4 – Cell Membrane & Transport. Identify the major structures within the cell membrane and their features. Describe how transport proteins allow certain molecules to pass through the plasma membrane. Compare and contrast diffusion and osmosis.

By kerri
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Traffic Across Membranes

Traffic Across Membranes

Traffic Across Membranes. Factors that Affect the Transport of Molecules Across a Membrane. Charge of the molecule (cation-positive AND anion-negative) Size of the pores/holes in the membrane Concentration of molecules inside and outside the cell Temperature Available proteins.

By oya
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CHEMICAL REACTIONS & ENZYMES

CHEMICAL REACTIONS & ENZYMES

CHEMICAL REACTIONS & ENZYMES. CHAPTER 2 SECTION 4 SC-B-2.8-EXPLAIN THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE RATES OF BIOCHEMICAL REACTIONS (INCLUDING pH, TEMPERATURE, & THE ROLE OF ENZYMES AS CATALYSTS). WHY ARE ENZYMES IMPORTANT TO LIVING THINGS?. ESSENTIAL QUESTION.

By jaegar
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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. THE STUDY OF CARBON-BASED MOLECULES. WHY IS C SO SPECIAL?. 4 VALENCE ELECTRONS !!!! Therefore, can form strong covalent bonds with four other atoms. 4 valence electrons is important because…. Bonds with many other elements

By fola
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Developing Your Creativity Skill

Developing Your Creativity Skill

Developing Your Creativity Skill. Brainstorm. 組別: 3-2 成員:楊勝安 吳持尊. Question :. How many words can you make using the letters in the word brainstorm ?. at as an arm armor ain air ass aim ambition ambit atman A.I AIA ar = attack rate 攻擊率.

By abbott
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DNA Forensics Lab – background DNA 	A. Human genome contains 3 billion base 	pairs

DNA Forensics Lab – background DNA A. Human genome contains 3 billion base pairs

DNA Forensics Lab – background DNA A. Human genome contains 3 billion base pairs B. Human DNA is about 99.9% the same C. The differences in DNA is concentrated in specific regions of DNA . D. Variable Number of Tandem Repeats (VNTR)

By lucie
(178 views)

Feb 22

Feb 22

Feb 22. Learning Target: I can show that I understand meiosis . Kick off Question: Why does the end product of meiosis have ½ the number of chromosomes? Reminder: Final project due March 4 Review meiosis Rebops Vocabulary-explain what happens during the following stages: Prophase 2

By cayla
(140 views)

Important thinker of Sociology: Max Weber

Important thinker of Sociology: Max Weber

Important thinker of Sociology: Max Weber. By:Amal Hajiafrah. Brief Biography. Max Weber. Max Weber Born April 21 1864 Germany, died June 14, 1920, Munich

By starr
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Glycolysis

Glycolysis

Glycolysis. Daniel Rysavy. Cell Respiration. Cells get energy from oxidation of nutrients, often glucose. If the Glucose is a substrate, then the 1 st stage of cell respiration is glycolysis. The pathway is catalyzed by enzymes in the cytoplasm. Glycolysis.

By xanto
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Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration

Cellular Respiration. Ms. Scerra. Do Now. This is a review of photosynthesis, in order for you to understand cellular respiration. How do Autotrophs obtain energy? How do Heterotrophs obtain energy? True or False: After we produce energy it is destroyed when we use it.

By ishi
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Ramsey theory for graphs By Zhixuan Li

Ramsey theory for graphs By Zhixuan Li

Ramsey theory for graphs By Zhixuan Li. Combinatorics Ramsey theory . Frank Plumpton Ramsey. a precocious British mathematician, philosopher and economist

By blaine
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Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles. Objectives: Analyze the role of internal structures of cells. Do Now: Describe the functions of two types of cell membrane proteins. Provide two differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Homework: Begin cell organelle books Study for quiz!!!!!.

By anila
(162 views)

Biotechnology

Biotechnology

Biotechnology. Ch 20. 20.1 DNA cloning. Making copies of segments of DNA Gene cloning – making multiple copies of a gene Why? To make many copies of a gene (amplification) To produce a protein product. Cloning & bacteria. Plasmids are frequently used in cloning genes

By garron
(189 views)

The Crusades

The Crusades

The Crusades. What is a crusade?. Series of Holy wars What were they fighting for? Christians vs Muslims Control of Jerusalem Total of 9 crusades First four most important Children’s crusade. Who was involved?. Christians Place where Jesus was crucified and ascended to heaven

By mika
(141 views)

The French Revolution and Napoleon

The French Revolution and Napoleon

The French Revolution and Napoleon. Chapter 20 Miss Isler World History I. Section 1- Essential Question. What were the major factors of the French state that led to the French Revolution?. The Old Regime . Estates= social classes First Estate= Roman Catholic Clergy Second Estate= nobles

By warner
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