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Biology chapter 1 review

scientific methodology is closely linked to ___ and ___ exploration and discovery scientists share their findings with the scientific community by publishing articles that undergo peer review publishing peer-reviewed articles scientific journals allows scientist to test and evaluate each others work, and share ideas scientists strive to be objective describe how new ideas are generated […]

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College Biology Unit 4 (Chapter 19)

The geologic timescale is divided into several eras or epochs of time. What are the major events that separate those eras? • dominant animal forms • major lunar events • major extinction events • major solar events major extinction events Which important organic compounds did Harold Urey and Stanley Miller synthesize in a glass sphere? […]

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Assessments Ch 23 – Neurologic System

agnosia loss of ability to recognize importance of sensory impressions agraphia loss of ability to express thoughts in writing amensia loss of memory analogesia loss of pain sensation aphasia loss of power of expression by speech, writing, or signs, or loss of comprehension of spoken or written language. apraxia loss of ability to perform purposeful […]

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Chapter 15 – Respiratory Emergencies

What is dyspnea? Shortness of breath The most common form of COPD is ________. – Asthma – Bronchitis – Emphysema – Pneumonia The most common form of COPD is ________. – Asthma – Bronchitis *- Emphysema* – Pneumonia A ________ is a collection of fluid between the lung and chest wall that may compress the […]

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PD: Chapter 22: Neurologic System(to slide 26)

Internal environment of the body The autonomic nervous system coordinates which of the following? orchestrate the stress response. The major function of the sympathetic nervous system is to: digestion The parasympathetic nervous system maintains the day-to-day function of: shock absorber. Cerebrospinal fluid serves as a: frontal lobe. The motor cortex of the brain is in […]

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Ch 15 Biology

Which of these events occurred earliest in the history of Earth? Formation of Oxygen Which of these events occurred most recently in the history of Earth? First Humans Which of these events occurred during the Paleozoic? Colonization of land by plants Which of the following options lists major events in the history of life on […]

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Biology 1407 Ch 26 Vocab

analogy -think analogous -critical in reconstructing phylogenies -no common ancestry binomial -Linnaeus instituted a two-part format for Latin scientific names -italicized -consists of the genus name and the specific epithet clade -includes an ancestral species and all of its descendants cladistics -approach to systematics -common ancestry is the primary criterion used to classify organisms -place […]

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General Biology – Campbell Ch 11

Evidence that cell signaling evolved early in the history of life comes from _____. the similarity of the mechanisms in organisms that have a very distant common ancestor When a platelet contacts a damaged blood vessel, it is stimulated to release thromboxane A2. Thromboxane A2 in turn stimulates vascular spasm and attracts additional platelets to […]

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Biology 115 – Chapter 3

Why type of junctions must there be between cells to form a barrier? – adhesion junctions – gap junctions – tight junctions – channel junctions – free junctions tight junctions A malfunction with the microtubules would interfere with mitosis and meiosis. True or False? True A short chain of sugar attached to a protein molecule […]

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biology unit 1

living things are made up of basic units called _________ cells living things are based on a universal genetic _________ code living things grow, develop, and __________ reproduce living things respond to their ______ as they mature environment living things maintain a stable internal _________ environment living things obtain and use materials and ________ energy […]

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Chapter 19 – Endocrine and Hematologic Emergencies

Insulin shock will MOST likely develop if a patient: A. takes too much of his or her prescribed insulin. B. markedly overeats and misses an insulin dose. C. eats a regular meal followed by mild exertion. D. misses one or two prescribed insulin injections. A. takes too much of his or her prescribed insulin. 2. […]

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saunders immune system meds

Nevirapine Viramune) is a nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor that is used to treat HIV infection. It is used in combination with other antiretroviral medications to treat HIV. Adverse effects include rash, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, hepatitis, and increased transaminase levels. zidovudine Retrovir) AZT, ZDV to treat AIDS by blocking the growth of AIDS and to prevent pregnant […]

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Biology chapter 4 Persuasive Essay

if bacteria divide at the rate they do, why dont they take over the worl beacuse of the limiting factors- water, food, nutrients, and space whats is a population a group of organsims all the same species that interbreed and live in the same place at the same time what is population growth the increase […]

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biology 5.10 mid unit test

Which level of the biosphere includes both living and nonliving factors? ecosystem You are an ecologist studying a newly discovered animal. You find that it reproduces quickly and has many offspring each time it reproduces. What type of organism is? an r-strategist Which graph is an exponential growth model? Graph A Which point on the […]

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Biology Final-Unit 2

What is the ultimate source of genetic variation? mutations What is a mutation? any change in the nucleotide sequence of DNA Why are mutations important? 1. basic requirement for evolution-source of new ales 2. drug/antibiotic/pesticide resistance 3. involvement in cancer, aging, etc Mutations can change what in a protein? amino acids What are the types […]

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Module 8 Pathophysiology

A 25-year-old male presents with chronic bronchitis of 5 months’ duration. When obtaining the patient’s history, which of the following findings is most likely to cause this condition? Cigarette smoke An 80-year-old male presents to his primary care provider reporting difficulty breathing. Pulmonary function tests reveal that he has increased residual volume. A nurse suspects […]

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Gender & Society

What are the political implications of biological essentialism. They are generally politically conservative because these arguments tend to postulate that the statue quo of the unchangeable statue of nature. What evidence is there for the claim that women’s evolutionary \”strategy\” might be promiscuity Women are the only primate females who are potentially sexually receptive even […]

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Biology Characteristics of Life Study Doc 1-3

DNA Is the genetic molecule common in all living things Homeostasis The internal process of (blank) enables living things to survive changing conditions. Stimulus Living things are capable of responding to different types of (blank) Evolutionary Living things have a long history of (blank) change. Sexual and Asexual The continuation of life depends on both […]

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Chapter 11: Drug Use and Abuse

Green, black, and oolong tea are all prepared from leaves of Camellia sinensis Caffeine dependence is not in the DSM-V because the evidence indicates that there is no withdrawal syndrome False _____ Is prescribed to asthma sufferers because it relaxes bronchial passages Theophylline The largest exporters of coffee to the U.S. are Columbia, Brazil, and […]

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Biology 1002

Taxonomy Branch of Biology that is concerned with naming classifying organisms Carolus Linnaeus Modern taxonomy. Introduced the two part scientific name (Scientific bi nomenclature) Two Part scientific name Genus species Genus a group that includes a number of very closely related species Species a genus that includes populations of organisms that can potentially interbreed naturally […]

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Biology Final: Chapter 15

What name is given to the most common phenotype in a natural population? wild type mutant phenotype locus genotype autosome wild type What can we observe in order to visualize Mendel’s Law of Segregation? homologous chromosomes separating during meiosis II the behavior of sex-linked genes homologous chromosomes separating during meiosis I sister chromatids separating during […]

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