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You find an unresponsive patient who is not breathing. After activating the emergency response system, you determine there is no pulse. What is your next action?Start chest compressions of at least 100 per min. You are evaluating a 58 yo man with chest pain. The BP is 92/50 and HR is 92/min, non-labored respiratory rate […]

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Translation Occurs in Three Phases

initiator tRNAtRNA carrying the first amino acid in the polypeptide translation initiation in eukaryotes and bacteriasmall ribosomal subunit binds near the 5 end of mRNA and identifies start codon sequence final stage of initiationlarge subunit joins small subunit to forma intact ribosome and translation begins

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Amendments Definitions Questions

1st Amendment Free Religion-protect religious thought and practice, separation of church and state Free speech and Press- assure the right to speak, publish, and express views Assembly and Petition-protect right to public meetings, political parties, interest groups, and assoc. to discuss public affairs and influence public policy *Rights must be exercised with regards to others […]

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Baron Napoleon Iii A Huge Urban

Goerges HaussmannBaron Georges Eugene Haussmann (1809-1891), as French prefect of the Seine, carried out under Napoleon III a huge urban renewal program for the city of Paris. During the administration of Baron Haussmann, 71 miles of new roads, 400 miles of pavement, and 320 miles of sewers were added to Paris; 100,000 trees were planted, […]

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GERUND vs IFINITIVE

There are a few verbs which can take a Gerund or an Infinitive, but the meaning is not the same. Use Gerunds or Infinitives in place of the verbs in brackets We saw this film last month. Do you remember (see) it?We saw this film last month. Do you remember seeing it? He was very […]

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Unit 5 Chemical Equations and Reactions

chemical equationa way to describe a chemical reaction using chemical formulas and other symbols reactantsA starting material in a chemical reaction productsEnding materials in a chemical reaction.

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Campbell Biology: Ninth Edition – Chapter 5: The Structure And Function Of Large Biological Molecules Answers

macromolecule There are Four major types of biological macromolecules that make up the human body: nucleic acids (DNA & RNA), Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats dehydration reaction a chemical reaction in which 2 molecules become covalently bonded to each other with the removal of a water molecule hydrolysis a chemical reaction that breaks bonds between 2 […]

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Protein Synthesis Steps

1DNA unzips in the nucleus in interphase 2mRNA nucleotides transcribe the complementary DNA message 3mRNA leaves nucleus and goes to ribosome

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Cell Parts And Functions Test Questions

Cell membrane Gatekeeper of the cell, outer boundary, controls which materials come into and go out of cell Nucleus Brain of cell directs cell activities, contains genetic materials, genes, DNASE and chromosomes Nucleolus Located inside the nucleus, visible when cell is NOT dividing

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Cell Organelles Test Questions

Vacuoles Store waste products, nutrients, and water. In plant cells it also store nutrients, and regulates turgor pressure in the cell. Nucleus DNA is found in the nucleus, RNA is also made here; surrounded by a membrane; controls all cellc activites Nucleolus This produces ribosomes; found in the nucleus

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OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE- RESPONSIBLE BEVERAGE SERVICE BBI UNIVERSITY

IN MOST STATES SERVING ALCOHOL TO A MINOR IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT TYPE OF LIABILITY TO THE BARTENDER/SERVER OF THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE? (SLIDE 13:62)CRIMINAL A CUSTOMER LEAVES THE RESTAURANT AND IS INVOLVED IN A CAR ACCIDENT (SLIDE 14:62)DRAM SHOP LAWS ALABAMA DRIVERS LICENSE #1 – IS THIS MAN A MINOR OR OF LEGAL AGE?OF […]

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Saturday review Demonstrate factors that affect enzyme activity

what is ATP stand for?adenosine triphosphate – The main energy source for cells, the only “currency” a cell recognizes IS —————ATP anytime a phosphate group breaks off, energy is —–released which is used to power different activities of the cell.(contraction, Na/K pump, etc)

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Poetic Devices – Identifying Examples 1

MetaphorThe classroom was a zoo SimileThe car was as fast as a rocket AlliterationShe sells sea shells by the sea shore

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6 Steps of Protein Synthesis

Step 1A section of DNA containing a gene is copied and a messenger molecule called mRNA is formed. Step 2The messenger molecule (mRNA) carries the DNA copy to the cytoplasm. Step 3The messenger molecule (mRNA) is fed through the ribosome 3 bases at a time.

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Cheddars Drink Menu

Texas MargaritaGold Tequila and fine liquers, on rocks or frozen. Also Strawberry or Sangria Swirl Maui Margarita1/2 staw/mango w/ kiwi and a DeKuyper Cactus Juice Shaker MargaritaHand Shaken w/ Jose Cuervo Gold, Grand Marnier & Presidente Brandy

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Alcohol Test-Enforced by Doug Sebach

What is the most commonly used and most dangerous drug?Alcohol Why is ~ the most commonly used and most dangerous drug?1. causes more death and destruction than all other drugs… combined 2. widely available and is accepted by society (legal at age 21) 3. affects almost every part of the brain Negative impacts of alcohol […]

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7 – The American Revolution: LearnTCI

allya nation that joins another nation in some common effort, such as fighting a war American Revolutionthe struggle of the colonies in North America to gain their independence from Great Britain Continental armythe American army during the American Revolution

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Characteristics of Civilization

Its no surprise that across the “civilized” world, each rulers first act was to store grain against hard times.FOOD SURPLUS The social structure was topped by a small ruling and priestly elite, with a much larger group of commoners who either owned property or did not, and at the bottom a small group of slaves, […]

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Heart Parts

arteriescarry blood away from the heart veinsreturn blood to the heart ventricleslower chambers of the heart that pump blood into vessels to leave the heart.

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