BIOLOGY WEEK 10 LECTURE 2 NOTES
-Origins of photosynthesis arose in cyanobacteria 3.5bya (soon after origins of life).
-Resulted in increase of atmospheric O. Set stage for life of multicellular organisms.
-Archaeplastids have three main lineages chloroph
BIOLOGY WEEK 11 LECTURE 1
-Recap bacteria invented photosynthesis 3.5bya.
-Vascular plants (tracheophytes) sporophyte phase is dominant in their life cycle. They
have vascular tissue (xylem and phloem) which allowed them to grow bigger and taller.
CHEMISTRY WEEK 9 LECTURE 2
-At equilibrium, delta G is 0.
-Equilibrium is when the rate of the forward reaction and backward reaction are equal.
-STP = 25o Celsius (298K).
-Molarity = n/v dependent on temperature (liquids can boil but solids prob. cant)
Biodiversity is insane. It doesnt just look at diversity in an ecosystem but also the genetic
information they contain. With respect to an ecosystem, it can be defined as the variety of
organisms within the ecosystem. Now, I want you to
BIOLOGY WEEK 11 LECTURE 2
-What are seeds an extremely important innovation (allowed for escaping the dependence
on water for reproduction, similar to amniotic egg).
-Anisogamy: differences in gamete size. Determines whether the gamete is an egg or sperm.
CHEMISTRY WEEK 11 LECTURE 1
-Kinetics introduction: do not confuse with equilibrium. Kinetics refers to the rate or speed
of a reaction whereas equilibrium refers to the extent of a reaction
-Remember that rapid reactions do not always go to completion. S
BIOLOGY WEEK 10 LECTURE 1
-Is a photosynthetic organism always a plant?
-Photosynthesis arose in cyanobacteria 3.5bya (fossil evidence of stromatolites is available to
-Three domains of life eukarya, ar
CHEMISTRY WEEK 11 LECTURE 2
-A is reactants
-rate of reaction for (1st Order) = -d[A]/dt = k[A]1 = k[A]
-rate if reaction is proportional to the concentrations.
-unit of rate of reaction = moles if concentration is molar concentration.
-Rate Order (1st Or
CHEMISTRY WEEK 10 LECTURE 1
-Difference between delta GRo and delta GRo naught is under standard conditions.
-Definition of an acid proton donor.
-Definition of a base acceptor of protons.
-Bronsted-Lowry perspective one species donates a proton and the o
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Topic 2: Complex numbers 2.4 De Moivres theorem
powers and roots of complex numbers De Moivres theorem
1. Powers of complex numbers
We have seen that if z1 r1 cis 1 and z2 r2 cis 2 then z1 z2 =
So if z r c
Topic 6: Differential equations 6.1 Vector functions
vector functions velocity and acceleration of a moving particle
1. Vector functions
Some vector quantities depend on other quantities or parameter
Topic 2: Complex numbers 2.5 Roots of unity
roots of unity roots of complex numbers
1. Roots of complex numbers
We have seen how to calculate square roots of complex numbers. We apply the same principles f
Topic 2: Complex numbers 2.1 Algebra
(James: 3.2.1, 3.2.2, & 3.2.3)
definition Argand diagram conjugate operations with complex numbers
1. Complex numbers in cartesian form
To solve the equation x 2 1 0 , that is x 2 1
Topic 4: Differentiation 4.8 Applications of differentiation II
(James: 8.2.5 & 8.2.7)
rate of change kinematics displacement velocity acceleration
related rates of change
1. Rates of change
If a function f repres
Topic 4: Differentiation 4.4 Definition of derivative
(James: 8.2.2, 8.2.3, 8.2.4, 8.3.2, & 8.3.4)
slope of a curve rate of change tangent derivative
differentiable function local linearity revision of derivatives
Topic 4: Differentiation 4.2 Infinite limits
(James: 7.8.1 & 7.8.2)
infinite limits limit laws squeeze theorem limits at infinity
When we sketch f (x) = x , we see that, as x gets closer and c
Topic 2: Complex numbers 2.3 Exponential form
(James: 3.2.7, 3.4.1, & 3.4.2)
exponential form multiplication and division in exponential form
Euler formula loci and subsets of the complex plane
1. Complex numbers in exp
Topic 4: Differentiation 4.7 Applications of differentiation I
(James: 8.2.7, & 8.5.1)
local maximum and minimum critical numbers the first derivative test
the second derivative test inflection points
1. Maximum a
Topic 3: Vectors 3.1 Algebra
(James: 4.2.1, 4.2.2, & 4.2.3)
position vectors vector algebra cartesian form
1. What is a vector?
A vector is a quantity that has both magnitude and direction.
We represent a vector geometri