BIOL 112 MT 1

General Properties and types of cells:

Cell Theory: (1)all organisms are made of cells (2)cell is fundamental unit of life (3)cells come from pre-existing cells What is a cell: (1)contains stable blueprint of info (2)has discrete boundary separating cell interior from environment (3)ability to harness material and energy from environment (4)able to read and interpret instructions. The central dogma of molecular biology: (1) describes the basic flow of info in a cell (2)pathway from DNAàtranscriptionà

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Sin título 1

An investor proceeds on 07/16/2010 on the sale of 1,000 shares of the BETA company, which listed on the stock exchange, obtaining for them an amount of € 12,020.24, once the expenses. These securities were acquired on 05/25/2010, for an amount of € 16,828.34, including commissions and other expenses. On 08/16/2010 our investor proceeds to buy from new 1,000 homogeneous shares of BETA. In your personal income tax return for 2010, you must impute: d) The integration of this loss can not be made

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There are three forms of agreements covering employment contracts:individual employment contracts, collective bargaining contracts and employment-at-will agreements.Collective bargaining contracts are negotiated with unions and cover the nature of work, wages, benefits, promotions, layoffs, seniority provisions, and grievance procedures.

A.Characteristics of relationship

1.Contractual; coming under government regulations

2.Employee v. Independent Contractor – difference is CONTROL

B.Creation of employment

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Influence of the early sociologist

August Comte (1798-1857)

-French philosopher

-Founder of sociology as a distinct subject

-Suggested that social statics hold society together

-1 of the first to apply the method of the physical science

Focus in 2 basic areas: social order and social change.

Argue that society changes through definite process, which he calls social dynamics. He practice what he call:cerebro hygiene: ignoring the word of other writers in order to keep his mind pure.

Herbert Spencer (

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Bio 105/106

Exam 1 Study Guide

Chapter 1: Science is a process:  1) Observation    2) Question  form formal hypothesis (what is a hypothesis?)    3) Test through experimentation    4) Analyze data  make conclusions    5) Communicate findings  restart testing additional questions Hypothesis vs. Predictions. Experiments: Controls,  Variables (Independent & Dependent)   Results displayed by Graphs: Bar graphs – categorical independent variable; measured dependent variable  

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5.1 Satellite Based Navigation
The development of the system architecture for the hypothetical Satellite Navigation System (SNS) by logically partitioning the required functionality. To keep this problem manageable, we develop a simplified perspective of the first and second levels of the architecture, where we define the constituent segments and subsystems, respectively. In doing so, we show a representative subset of the process steps and artifacts developed, but not all of them. Showing a more
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