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UCLA - MATH - 33A
Unit VI: Eigenvectors, Eigenvalues, and Diagonalization 1. Matrix of a Linear Transformation with Respect to a Basis Recall that a linear transformation on Rn is a function T from Rn to Rn that satisfies T (ax + by) = aT (x) + bT (y), x, y Rn , a, b
UCLA - MATH - 33A
Unit VII: Symmetric Matrices 1. Spectral Theorem A linear transformation on a subspace V of Rn is a function T from V to V that satisfies T (ax + by) = aT (x) + bT (y), x, y V, a, b scalars.The matrix of T with respect to the basis {v1 , . . . , v
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Copyright The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.Chapter 4The Major Classes of Chemical Reactions4-1Copyright The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.The Major
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UCLA - PHIL - 21
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Dr. Brown LSB 416 x 2-8563 Deborah.brown @sunysb.edu Office hours: Thurs. and Fri 2-3 PM Today's lecture: Reproduction of cells; MITOSIS Chap 12 pp. 218-225All cells in any organism are genetically identical (have the same DNA)When ANY cell repro
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Lecture 24 Meiosis Campbell 7th ed. Chap. 12 pp. 230-232 and Chap. 13 pp. 238-249 LEARN FIGURE 13.8! PART I: Finish up Regulation of the Cell Cycle Most cells in our bodies stay quiescent (meaning that they do not divide) most of the time. However, e
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Part 1. Cell cycle control; Intro to cancer 7th ed. pp 230-232 Part 2. Meiosis 7th ed. pp. 238-247Most cells in adults are in G0; don't divide. Some (e.g. neurons) can't divide. Others can divide when needed. Growth factors (ex. PDGF) can trigger d
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Intro. to Mendelian genetics Chap 14 6th ed; pp. 247-252 7th ed; pp. 251-256 Review protein structure 6th ed; pp 71-80 7th ed; pp. 77-83Proteins: amino acid chains fold into HUGE variety of structuresorProteins: different structure allow HUGE d
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Chromosomal Basis of Inheritance. Genetic Linkage. Chapter 15 6th ed.; 269-276 7th ed.; 274-281Position of a gene on a chromosome = locus (plural loci) 2 copies (alleles) of each gene per cell; 1 on each homologous chrom. locus of a geneAt meiosi
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Lecture 30 DNA Replication and Repair Campbell 6th Ed pp. 293-301 7th Ed. pp. 299-307 I'll give a basic outline of DNA replication first, and then go through it in detail. Here's the model (Fig 16.7/16.9). First, complementary strands of DNA temporar
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