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Mendel’s law of inheritance:  Mendel discovered some basic laws of inheritance by cross-fertilizing pea plants with different traits (flower color, pea shape). I have observed “hidden” traits that tend to surface after several generations. These were in fact what we now call recessive alleles. Since gametes possess only one set of chromosomes (haploid) compared to somatic cells, they also possess only one allele that they can pass onto the offspring. The other parent will give the other allele

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6 Choose the correct or most appropriate future forms to complete the sentences: 1) He looks very pale and confused. He is going to fait Choose the correct or most appropriate future forms to complete the sentences 2) Somebody is at the door. I ‘ll check who it is. 3) I’ll never pass the exam.’ ‘Don’t worry, I will help you prepare it.’ 4) I will be meeting John’s parents for the first time tomorrow. 5) We are leaving at 9 tomorrow, because the train at 9.45. 6) By the end of the month I will

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job unting is a synonym expression for job searx./seila [lives] in a beautiful seaside viyage,but s [was born] very far from te sea.s [spent] er xildood in a smay town in te pyrenees,were s [ad] lots of friends.wen seila [grew up],er parents [sent] er abroad,to dublin,to learn about te iris culture.tere,wile seila [was studying], s [decided] to stay a long period of time in ireland.and in an iris viyage is were seila [is] now./ow do we read te symbol @ wen we write an email address? at/give a synonym

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Do Measures of Financial Constraints Measure Financial Constraints?, Farre-Mensa, Ljungqvist 2014

How financial constraints affect firm behavior is central in finance study, but we have relied on indirect proxies or on some popular indices. This paper finds these measures do not well identify firms that are constrained.

Two definitions prevalent in the literature: 1) the more inelastic the supply of capital, the more costly the firm finds it to raise additional external capital (on Stiglizt and Weiss,

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They are called depository institutions (DIs) because a significant proportion of their
funds comes from customer deposits.
There are 3 DIs:
1‐Commercial Banks
2‐Thrifts:
‐Savings Institutions
‐Credit Unions
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Historically, each institution has been mostly concentrated in a specific field:
‐Commercial banks focused on Business loans (or commercial and industrial C&I) (i.e.
lines of credit, equipment purchase, start‐ups loans, trade financing, invoice
financing,
factory expansion) and securities
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The CEFR:+organises language proficiency in six levels, A1 to C2, which can be regrouped into three broad levels: Basic User, Independent User and Proficient User,and that can be further subdivided according to the needs of the local context./+Perhaps the most important benefit of using the CEFR as a teacher is that it gives you a much clearer picture of what learners at a given level are capable of. Basic learners differ from Independent or Proficient ones , that is, beginners as opposed to intermediate

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BODY SYSTEMS

1.SENSE ORGANS • Stimuli: changes that occur in our internal and external environment. • Sensory receptors: specialised structures that detect stimuli and generate nerve impulses. • Depending on their location internal or external in the body can be: • Interoceptor: distributed throughout the inside of the body, detect changes such as variations in blood oxigen levels or blood pressure. • Exteroceptors: near the surface of the body, detect changes in the external environment ex. T or light.

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Classical Conditioning

To behaviorism learning poses as the main phenomenon of behavior.
This leads to the behavior is acquired and not inherited DEFINITION LEARNING: Learning is defined as relatively permanent change in behavior that occurs as a result of practice., All learning involves a new behavior but not any new behavior is a product of learning . ___ classical conditioning animals produce certain secretions (such as saliva or gastric juice) in the absence of stimuli that normally provoke and in the presence of Read More

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Defective house wiring is an example of a:

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  • hazard.

  • peril.

  • risk.

  • speculation.

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      • hazard.

      • peril.

      • risk.

      • speculation.

      • Defective house wiring is an example of a:

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        • hazard.

        • peril.

        • risk.

        • speculation.

        • Defective house wiring is an example of a:

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          • hazard.

          • peril.

          • risk.

          • speculation.

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1. According to Dr. Carlsson, what were the main causes of global warming?C) Transport, industry, agriculture and the use of fossil fuels.
 2. What happened at the scientists’ meeting in Stockholm? b) Dr. Carlsson was taken away by some men dressed in black.
 3. What characteristics made Fiona the best agent in the agency? c) Options a) and d) together are correct.
4. Why did Harris think that the hot area wasn’t the result of global warming? b) Because this phenomenon appeared in a very short period
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