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Vaishnavi Tata Biology 1362 – Knapp Spring 2014 Chapter 9: The Cell Cycle Cell Division Reproduction of Cells Responsible for continuity of life Allows for the creation of entire organisms from a single cell Even after the organism is grown and developed, cell division is still essential for renewal and repair Cell Cycle Begins at the cell’s creation and ends with the cell’s own division
Here are the notes from professor Bob Buzzanco's Tuesdays and Thursdays 1pm-2:30pm.
I'll be posting weekly notes every Friday and on Mondays I'll be posting my personal notes from the assigned texted books.
Hope this is helpful!
Buzzanco History Terms Explanation Korean War June 1951 June 1953 American military budget was: 13 Billion at the start – 60 billion at the end
This is going to have everything you'll need for the test including the in class notes, all ID terms from chapters 21 to 26, and some good tips for how to make your way through the essay questions.
Unit One Exam Study Guide
Covers topics discussed in class from 1865 to 1900.
The Exam is this Friday on the 25th and this study guide gives an overview of the topics that you should know ranging from the important amendments to massacres, land acts, monopolies, important people etc.
All the main bullets you should really know!
These notes cover what was discussed in class about chapter 16
These are the identification terms from Chapters 16 - 20 and their significance
These notes cover what was discussed concerning chapter 21, ID terms and significance included
These are the terms that were covered from Chapters 21 -27
I only labeled chapters 21 and 22, but everything is there
These notes cover most of chapters 28 & 29
Vocabulary and significance for chapters 28 - 31
All of week 1 was an introduction to the course, so here are the first actual set of notes.
notes from first week
Ch in test 1
Lecture notes, as well as reading notes.
week two of class lecture notes over the reading material in "American Power American People" as well as "As they said It"
This is a shortened version of the review. I have not answered the questions.
This week we began discussing the events leading up the WW1 as well as Important people.
the second part of week 1
week 2 notes
Late 19th century to the early 20th century.
Gilded Age/populism, social gospel, American imperialism
These notes cover what is in Chapter 19
These notes cover chapter 20.
Sorry about the see-through-ness of it.
Information about America's early foreign policy and the Spanish American War that will be on Test 1.
This has general information about the exam (scantrons and such) as well as tips for the writing portion of the exam.
Covers the Gilded Age, Muckrakers, and introduces Roosevelt vs Big Business
Notes on the Gilded and Progressive eras
Stuff on the Great Depression and FDR
Notes on FDR's presidency and the New Deal programs
Lectures covering most of the 4 essays on the exam
Goes over Roosevelt's battles with Big Business and his time in office (terms and reelections)
Talks mainly about Wilson's New Freedom and Roosevelt's New Nationalism. This is very likely to be on the test.
The professor said Foreign Policy was going to be a huge topic covered in the test, which is why he devoted the entire week to discussing it.
I stayed for the first review session and I wrote down all I could. This document will provide an outline for the first two parts of next week's exam.
lecture notes regarding the cold war and life in the US. This will be on test 3