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Exam 3 Study Guide – Humans and the Environment – Chapters 7,8, and 9 1 Chapter 7 – Food and Agriculture - Malnourishment slide 6 - Iron, Iodine, and Vitamin A deficiencies slide 6 - Protein deficiencies (Kwashiorkor and marasmus) slide 6 and 7 - Major food sources slide 9 - Soil, including humus, soil formation, importance of soil organisms, soil horizons slide 14 15 and 16 - Problems associated with soil erosion – what are the driving forces? Slide 19 - Consequences of soil erosion. Slide 20 - Fertilizers and pesticides – pros and cons/alternatives slide 23 24 and 25 - Green revolution slide 27 - GMOs – benefits and risks slide 28 - Sustainable agriculture and tillage practices – how are they beneficial? Slide 30 and 31 Chapter 8 – Environmental Health and Toxicology - Health definition slide 4 - Emerging diseases slide 5 - Antibiotic resistance – how does this happen? Slide 9 - Toxic chemicals – hazardous vs. toxic slide 11 - Neurotoxins, mutagens, teratogens, carcinogens, and endocrine disruptors
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2008 for the course BIOL 101 taught by Professor Dunno during the Spring '07 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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Exam 3 Study Guide - Exam 3 Study Guide Humans and the...

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