The first American to win a Nobel Prize was ______ for measuring the speed of light.
High frequency sound waves are known as _____
Lipids that evaporate quickly are known as ____ lipids
Which of the following is described in the definition: An object immersed in a fluid is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object
Which of the following is not considered a function of the kidneys
Litmus paper that is blue will turn/stay _____ in the presence of a strong base
The top number on a blood pressure reading indicates
Hardening of the arteries is known as
Organs repairs themselves through the process of ____
When the chromosomes line up in mitosis this is known as which phase
____is the current flow of one coulomb per second
The two bones found between the knee and the ankle are the ____ and _____
A device specifically designed to measure current
The unit of charge is called the ____
Which of the following is not considered a primary color of light... red, blue,green, yellow
p1v1=p2v2 represents whose law?
forces can be indicated on graph paper by the use of ____
The combination of sodium and chloride to form NaCl is an example of a/an ___bond
Pressure is inversely proportional to the volume of a gas = whose law?
___ reactions produce heat
a lewis acid is a/an ___ pair acceptor
vinegar is also known as an _____
The symbol Br on the periodic table stands for?
the movement of food through the intestines is known as ____
Down syndrome affects chromosome ___
blood enters the LUNGS through which chamber of the heart
Which of the following is not considered a type of radiation ray.. gamma alpha infared or beta
A molecule of hemoglobin can hold how many molecules of oxygen in blood transport?
pump handle motion
What best describes the biomechanics of breathing?
The organ of corti is found in what area of the body?
The condition of rickets is associated with what vitamin deficiency?
a steroid is considered a ___
The X cranial nerve is the _____ nerve
which chamber of the heart pumps blood to the systemic circulation
what is newtons second law of motion