Cell Biology and Physiology (BSCI330) Ch. 6 Notes
Cell Biology and Physiology (BSCI330) class notes for Chapter 6 of Molecular Biology of the Cell (B. Alberts et al). 5th Edition. Detailed and well-drawn diagrams drawn throughout using colors so they are easy to understand. These notes were very helpful throughout the semester and were the main resource I used to study. This course has topics that are fairly basic for upper level Biology courses and cover a wide range of topics, so I have been able to use these notes to help me in several other Biology classes that I have taken.
Summary & Notes for Literary Theory: Narratology, Postmodernism, Marxism, New Historicism, Feminist Theory, Queer Theory, Postmodernism.
Summaries of articles in 'The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism', as well as chapters from 'Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory' by P. Barry.
Narratology, which includes: 'Aristotle Poetics', 'De Saussure Nature of the Linguistic Sign', 'Wimsatt and Beardsley The Intentional Fallacy', 'Barry Ch. 2 Structuralism' & 'Barry Ch. 12 Narratology'.
Postmodernism, which includes: 'Paul de Man Semiology and Rhetoric', 'Lyotard Defining the Postmodern', 'Baudrillard From the Precession of Simulacra', 'Barry Ch. 3 Post-structuralism and Deconstruction', 'Postmodern Literary Criticism'.
Marxism & New Historicism, which includes: 'Antonio Gramsci The Formation of the Intellectuals', 'Lecture Notes On Marxism', 'Horkheimer and Adorno from the Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception', 'Greenblatt: from Resonance and Wonder', 'Moretti from Graphs Maps Trees: Abstract Models for a Literary History Ch. 1', 'Barry Ch. 8 Marxist criticism', 'Barry Ch. 9 New Historicism and Cultural Materialism', 'Freud, from The Interpretation of Dreams, “The Oedipus Complex”', 'Roland Barthes, ‘The Death of the Author’', 'Michel Foucault, 'What is an Author'', 'Gilbert & Gubar, ‘from The Madwoman in the Attic, “The Anxiety of Authorship” (two summaries)', 'Jacques Lacan, 'From the Agency of the Letter in the Unconscious'', 'Slavoj Žižek, 'Courtly Love, or, Woman As Thing''.
Feminist & Queer Theory, which includes: 'Simone de Beauvoir, 'The Second Sex, Chapter XI. Myth and Reality'', 'Michel Foucault, 'Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison'', 'Monique Wittig, 'One Is Not Born a Woman’', 'Berlant and Warner, 'Sex in Public'', 'Barry Ch. 5 Psychoanalytic Criticism', 'Barry Ch. 6 Feminist Criticism', 'Barry Ch. 7 Lesbian/gay criticism'.
Postcolonialism, which includes: 'Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, 'The Master-Slave Dialectic'', 'Edward Said, ‘Jane Austen and Empire’', 'Homi K. Bhabha, 'The Commitment to Theory'', 'Barry Ch. 10 Postcolonial Criticism'.
Theories of Digital Business Cheatsheet
Everything you need to know for the exam is in here. Memorize these information and enjoy life, while the exam is approaching! Don't forget to practice on past papers though ;)
- Gallaugher Ch. 1;
- Gallaugher Ch. 2, 3 and 4;
- Weill, P., & Woerner, S. L. (2015). Thriving in an increasingly digital ecosystem. MIT Sloan
Management Review, 56(4), 27-34;
- Edelman, D. C., & Singer, M. (2015). Competing on Customer Journeys. Harvard Business Review, 88-100.
- Gallaugher Ch. 6, 7 and 8;
- Borgman, H.P. (2014). IT Governance. In: Khosrow-Pour, M. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Information
Science and Technology, 3rd Edition, 2745-2753. IGI-Global.
- Smeekes, I. & Borgman, H.P. (2018). A wheelbarrow full of frogs: understanding portfolio management for agile projects, In 51th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). (forthcoming).
- Gallaugher Ch. 5 and 16
- Gallaugher Ch. 13 and 14
- Rigby, D. K., Sutherland, J., & Takeuchi, H. (2016). Embracing Agile. Harvard Business Review;
- Neves, F. G., Borgman, H., & Heier, H. Success Lies in the Eye of the Beholder: The Mismatch Between Perceived and Real IT Project Management Performance. In 2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 5878-5887. IEEE.
- Ford, J.D., Ford, L.W.& D’Amelio, A. (2008). Resistance to change: the rest of the story. The Academy of Management Review, 33(2), 362-377;
- Kotter, J. (2012). How the most innovative companies capitalize on today's rapid-fire strategic challenges-and still make their numbers. Harvard business review, 90(11), 43-58;
- Heier, H., Borgman, H.P. & Hofbauer, T.H. (2008). Making the most of IT governance software: understanding implementation processes. In 2008 43th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 435-444.
- Agrawal, A. K., Gans, J. S., & Goldfarb, A. (2017). What to Expect from Artificial Intelligence. MIT Sloan Management Review, 58(3), 23-27.
- Gallaugher Ch. 15.1-15.7, 17 and 18;
- Notes on Process Modeling
- Gallaugher Ch. 9, 10 and 11;
- Malone, T. W., Laubacher, R., & Dellarocas, C. (2010). The collective intelligence genome. MIT Sloan Management Review, 51(3), 21-31.
Microeconomics- Ch. 4 through 11 Principles of Microeconomics Robert Frank 7e
Microeconomic notes that cover: Ch 4. Elasticity, Ch.5 Utility, Ch 6 Perfectly Competitive Surplus, Ch. 7 Efficiency, Exchange and the Invisible Hand in Action, Ch 8. Monopoly, Oligopoly and Monopolistic Competition, Chapter 9: Games and Strategic Behavior, Ch. 11: Externalities, Property Rights and the Environment. (Chapter 10: An Introduction to Behavioral Economics was not covered in introductory class)
These notes are based on the McGraw Hill connect assignments and text book- Principles of Economics by Robert Frank 7e
Notities tijdens de les Engels Cultuur 2 Albers
The notes I made during class: English Culture 2, from Albers. Rapid writing can cause mistakes, but nothing insurmountable. Contents: What does "British" mean? (Oakland ch 1), The People of Britain (Oakland Ch 3), The Legal System (Oakland Ch 6), Religion - The Church of England (Oakland Ch 4 (8th Ed)), The British Empire, Postcolonial Britain , The Puritan Origins of America, The American Revolution, The People (s) of America (Mauk & Oakland Ch 3 & 4), The Civil War, The South, The Sixties
Introduction to information technology- privacy and hacking continued
Class notes over ch 6: hacking
concepts include- hacking, privacy, computer viruses, adware vs spyware, CANSPAM ACT, opt in vs opt out, etc
Introduction to information technology- notes over ethics and hacking
Class notes for ch 6
concepts include- ethics, minimized risk, types of hacking, spamming, flaming, privacy
Summary everything from course 2, from the cradel to the grave
Literally everything is in this file, all the cases ( - 8 pages per case), all the lectures with very detailed notes and images from the lecture. Every practical is summerised and some important points from the response lectures are integrated.
in the cases:
function and structure of bones
Types of bone cells and the bone matrix
osteogenesis (bone development) (intramembranous and endochodral ossification)
growth of the bone (in diameter and length)
bones: adults vs babies
Myogenesis (development of the muscle fibers at molecular level, IGF1 and AKT signalling)
muscle growth and stem cells
post natal screening (the Heel prick, Gutheri test)
wat is puberty and the stages of puberty (tanner score)
Hormonal regulation of puberty and growth (Kisspeptin, Growth hormone, thyroid hormones and more)
regulation of growth during the growth spurt
regulation menstrual cycle
growth charts / assesing the growth of a child (growth charts, percentiles, formula\'s to calculate the length of a boy / girl)
other ways to assess growth (shortly)
neurolation, neurogenesis and gliogenesis
cell fate and cell migration
survival of nerve cells (tropic factors)
the genesis of connections between nerve cells (growth cone, target selection, adress selection, chemoaffinity hypothesis)
neuroplasticity and activity dependent rearrangement
LTP and LDP
neurotransmitters, learning and apating (shortly)
timeline brain development
why do critical periods end
What is the effect of injury on the brain (cells) and the PNS?
What are the different ways in which the brain and PNS are able to recover from damage?
---PNS VS the CNS
how does injured tissue stimulate brain recovary
Can new neurons be developed when old neurons die? Adult neurogenesis
Other ways of restoring function of the brain:
Possible Therapeutic interventions
What happens to the brain on cellular level (connections) and structural level during aging?
How is the brain functionally affected by aging?
What are the pathological mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases? (short)
Development of B2 cells
Checkpoints in the bone marrow
Maturation of a B cell outside the Bone marrow requires access to lymphoid follicle
How do B cells know how to be self-tolerant: not to attack their own cells.
T cell and thymus development
how does the T cell know how to be self tolerant
Which other organs are involved in the development of the immune system? (respiratoy tract, microbiome...etc)
breast milk vs infant formula
natural birth vs C-section
Auto-immune diseases: mechanism, role of B and T cells and risk factors
Pregnancy and IgG auto antibodies
Treatments for auto-immune diseases (shortly)
myasthenia gravis and risk factors ( treatment shortly (only symptomatic treatemnt and thymus removal is described not types of immunusupressive drugs that are used )
diabetis type I
effect of aging on the immune system
inflammagin gand immunosenescence
vaccinations and babies (short --> whi ch vaccines not)
what happens to organ systems during aging? bones, skeletal muscle, lungs, GI, endocrine, cardiovascular, kidneys bladder, liver, skin, pancreas, nervous system, cognitive functions, senstations, motor functions
medication and fallin grisk
theories of aging (how and why theories, differences)
energy restriction and life span
Do the current theories provide conclusive explanations of why we age (experiments)
hallmarks of aging
pathways involved in caloric restriction and effects of aging
mitochondrial ros production and aging
how is inflammation related to aging
is aging (epi)genetically determined and how
how can we increase life span and healthy aging
systemic control of aging by the hypothalamus
case 9: cancer, colon, FAP and cervical
The hallmarks of cancer: aquired and enabeling and emerging hallmarks
pathways to cancer can be highly variable
Colon cancer and familial adenomatous polyps (FAP)
development colorectal cancer (APC, beta catenin, 2 hit theory)
pathways in FAP: APC pathway
Cervical cancer and cervical pre-neoplasia (AND RISK FACTORS)
How does the HPV virus induce cervical cancer? (E6 and E7)
cell cycle dysregulation ( Rb and p53 pathways)
tumor supressor and (proto)oncogenes and stability genes (2 hit theory)
steps cancer formation (figure with explanation)
other pathways involved in cancer (apoptosis, RTK, HIF, GlI, PI3K, SMAD)
case 10: telomeres, cellular senescence and stem cell depletion
Composition and structure of telomers
whihc cells express telomerases and whihc not
How can an aneuploidy cell develop
cellular senescence/replicative senescence: stable arrest of the cell cycle (G1phase)
Stem cell exhaustion : decline in regenerative capability of tissue
Breakage fusion bridges (BFB) cycles: cause chromosomal rearrangements
Compare the hallmarks of aging and cancer