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CU R RE N T D I R E CT I O NS IN P SYC H OL OGI C AL SC I EN C E
The Role of Parental Control
in Childrens Development in
Western and East Asian
Countries
Eva M. Pomerantz1 and Qian Wang2
1
University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, and 2The Chinese Univer
Module 23 26 & 28
Metabolism and energy, ATP, Cellular Respiration,
Fermentation & Anaerobic Respiration
Metabolism all of an organisms chemical reactions
Catabolic
*release energy
*break molecules down
Cellular Respiration
Fermentation
Anabolic
*require
Macromolecules- Mod 9-11
Nucleic
Acids
Lipids
Proteins
Carbohydrates
1
Monomer
Macromolecules
Polymers made by dehydration
(condensation) synthesis
Polymers broken down by
hydrolysis
Lipid
Protein
Nucleic Acid
Carbohydrate
Polymer
mer = part or unit
hydro
Mitosis and Cell Cycle Control
Modules 33 and 34
Why does a cell make a copy of itself?
Single cell systems: reproduction
Multicellular systems: development, growth,
replacement, repair
Replication
Division
Binary fission
Mitosis
Prokaryotes
Binary f
Genomes and Genomics
Modules 62-64 for final exam.
Time didn't permit us to cover this important topic, but you can get what you
need to know from the PowerPoint and the modules themselves. I'll ask 2-3
questions about this subject on the final. Here's wh
Note that the molecules have numbers associated with them. The following are samples of the types of
questions that might be asked on an exam.
Which of the following is or contains a phosphate group?
a. #1
b. #5
c. #8
d. #13
e. #5 & #13
Molecule # 15 is a
Plants
Photosynthesis
Source of O2!
focus
on
plants
Multicellular alga
Purple sulfur
bacteria
Unicellular
protist
10 m
1.5 m
Cyanobacteria
40 m
6H20 + 6CO2+ photons -> C6H12O6 + 6O2
*(simplified)
PHOTONS
Autotrophs (producers) organic molecules from CO2 a
Module 23 26 & 28
Metabolism and energy, ATP, Cellular Respiration,
Fermentation & Anaerobic Respiration
Metabolism all of an organisms chemical reactions
Catabolic
*release energy
*break molecules down
Cellular Respiration
Fermentation
Anabolic
*require
How much have you understood this subject so far? This practice test will help you prepare for
the Midterm Exam. The Midterm Exam will be an online exam available in Schoology next week.
It will be timed and quite similar to this seatwork. Answer in a 1 w
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5-6 Study Guide and Intervention
Graphing Inequalities in Two Variables
Graph Linear Inequalities The solution set of an inequality that involves two variables is graphed by graphing a
related linear equation that forms a boundary of a ha
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4—1 Skills Practice
Graphing Quadratic Functions
Complete parts a—c for each quadratic function.
a. Find the y-intercept, the equation of the axis of symmetry, and the x-coordinate of the vertex.
b. List 3 points on the graph, includi
Decision making has long been a subject of study and given the explosive growth of Big Data over the
past decade, its not surprising that data-driven decision making is one of the most promising
applications in the emerging discipline of data science (Wla
Systems thinking focuses on how the thing being studied interacts with the other constituents of the
systema set of elements that interact to produce behaviorof which it is a part. This means that
instead of isolating smaller and smaller parts of the syst
Hi Olutomi,
Leaderships interest in Systems Thinking indeed whether leadership can itself be thought of as a
system is out on a limb, along with other more conceptual applications such as the political system.
Leadership is not akin to a production line (
Businesses and non-profit organizations cannot ignore the impact of social media on internal and
external relationships. Facebook's long-term problem is that it is trying to make money via advertising,
even though Facebook simply isnt a very good vehicle
Skills Gap Analysis Template
This skills gap analysis aims to identify the priority competencies and learning
needs of the training group.
You are invited to assess (<your> or <your staff members>) competency
levels.
This information will be used to plan
OM Assignment II
Baria Planning Solutions, Inc: Fixing the Sales Process
Submitted to:
Prof. Sachin Jayaswal
By
Group B12
Kavita Bakrewala
Shwetank Dave
Priyesh Ranjan
Sabir Kumar Samad
Prithvi kumar A
Situation Analysis:
Baria Planning Solutions (BPS) is
5 WHYs Worksheet
Define the Problem: Poor Performance and operational policies to put members first
Why is it happening? (Identify each as a concern, influence or control.)
1. increase in member engagement and high call volumes
2. the current member polic
Amsterdam MBA
Operations & Supply Chain Management
Bayonne Packaging, Inc.
HBS brief case 4420
March 5, 2013
Gulcin Askin
Michelle Donovan
Kivanc Ozuolmez
Peter Tempelman
1
The answers in this report relate to the questions given in the document Case 1: B
One and Two Sample Assignment
For these investigations, write a report that includes all the relevant information asked for the
analyses. Assume you are writing to someone with knowledge of statistics. Your report should
be able to be read on its own with
Simple Linear Regression Assumptions/Transformations:
1. Linearity the scatterplot indicated a straight line relationship
a. Line may be curved
b. May have outliers or influential observations points may not really belong to
your population.
2. Constant V
1 Area under a curve
n
i=1 c = cn
n
+1)
i = n(n2
i=1
n
i2 = n(n+1)(2n+1)
i=1
6
Theorem 1.1
1.
2.
3.
Proof. The proof is by induction. We show that the result holds
for a base case, and then given that the result holds for n that
it must hold for n + 1.
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Board Problems from 2/7/06
1.
> Int(cos(exp(3*x)*exp(3*x),x=0.Pi);
(3 x)
(3 x)
cos( e
dx
)e
0
(3 x)
(3 x)
Let u = e
then du = 3 e
dx.
> 1/3*Int(cos(u),u=1.exp(3*Pi)=1/3*int(cos(u),u=1.exp(3*Pi);
e
1
3
1
(3 )
1
1
(3 )
)
cos( u ) du = sin( 1 ) + sin( e
3
3