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BIO 100-01

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BIO 100-01 Biol 100-01

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Week 2 9/7
Human Biology
Lance Lund
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Breanna Huynh on Monday September 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Biol 100-01 at San Francisco State University taught by Lance Lund in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views.

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Date Created: 09/12/16
BIO 100-01 WEEK 2 9/7▯ ▯ ▯ TODAY:▯ Experimental Design▯ -HIV Medication▯ -flavenoids, coffee▯ -artificial sweeteners▯ GROUP ACTIVITY: (friday)▯ -artificial obesity, gut bacteria, metabolic syndrome, sweeteners▯ -correlation=causation?▯ -experimental analysis (valid vs. invalid)▯ ▯ -HIV affects humans, not primates▯ -HIV from SIV through mutations, from chimpanzees▯ -mutates 65x faster than flu▯ -HIV is sensitive to oxygen, transmitted through bodily fluids▯ -25% people don’t know they have it▯ ▯ continuing: confounding variables▯ -exposure to animals, climate, age (50,000 people die from flu, old people!!), weight, daily activity (exercise boosts immune system, breathing, metabolism, liver activity, toxicity, cardiovascular system), faith▯ -experimental design limits as many confounding variables as possible to establish correlations that equal (imply) causation▯ ▯ -is this possible?▯ -to limit confounds, we create narrower groups to measure those results, and then we expand our research to test the effects of the independent variable (ex. drug to lower viral load for HIV infection) on broader, larger population▯ ▯ -challenge = increase of variability in population of groups = increase possible effects of confounding variables


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