Type Final107 terms
Apex Bar CURVED TRANSITIONAL LINES THAT JOIN SERIFS TO ASCENDERS. Bracket Ball Terminal Serif Bar/crossbar
CommHistory FINAL!75 terms
Young Hare/ Durer Title/artist Adoration of the Kings/ Durer Title/artist Oswald Krell/ Durer Title/artist Portrait of an Unknown Man/ Durer Title/artist Woodcut broadside/ Durer Title/artist De Symmetria/ Durer Title/artist Underweisung/ Durer Title/artist
Aperture Opening at the end of an open counter. (Like at the bottom of A) Arm A horizontal stroke not connected at one or both ends. Ascender An upward vertical stroke found on lowercase that extends above the typeface's x-height. Baseline The invisible line where letters sit. Bowl A curved stroke that encloses a letter's counter. (Like in a lowercase "a") Counter Fully or partially enclosed space within a letter. Crossbar A horizontal stroke.
Buddhism Final31 terms
Roshi A zen teacher/master Shoken First formal interview with a zen master upon entering a monastery - assigned a koan. Teisho A dharma lecture given by a zen master. Ten Grave Precepts Buddhist equivalent of the "Ten Commandments" - Includes No Killing, No Stealing, No Misuse of Sex, … Zen-ki Life energy - inner dynamism Budai Chinese folkloric figure turned into a Buddhist deity (Zen monk) - characterized by his large belly,… Svabhava The concept of "self-ness" - individuality that transcends reincarnation
Baroque Final!!!26 terms
Inigo Jones, Whitehall Palace Banqueting House, Great Hall, 1619 Anthony van Dyck, Charles I on Horseback, 1633 Rubens, Apotheosis of James I, Whitehall, 1630 Christopher Wren, New St. Paul's Cathedral, London, 1675 Watteau, The Dance, 1717 Fragonard, The Swing, 1765 Boffrand, Salon de la Princesse, 1735
Photography Final19 terms
Hannah Höch, Cut with the Kitchen Knife Dada, 1919 Henri Cartier-Bresson, Behind the Gare St. Lazare, 1932 Ansel Adams, Valley View, Yosemite National Park, 1933 Edward Weston, Excusado, 1925 Walker Evans, Allie Mae Burroughs, 1936 Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, 1936 Harold Edgerton, Milk Drop Coronet, 1936
Bio Exam 558 terms
Mutation, Genetic Drift, Migration, Natural Selection Agents of Evolutionary Change Mutation An alteration of the base-pair sequence of an individual's DNA. Genetic drift A random change in allele frequenciesin a population. Small Genetic Drift has a much greater impact on ______ populations. Fixation Genetic drift can lead to ________ for one allele for a gene in a population. The variation is gone. Genetic Variation Genetic Drift reduced the ________ ______ in a population. Founder Effect Change in allele frequencies as a result of the migration of a small subgroup of a population.
Art History Exam 399 terms
French Impressionism, 1863-1920 Painting style that was not exact photo but instead gave the "impression" of object as light falls o… A French Easel A "Box Easel" or field easel. Highly portable easels, with telescopic legs and built-in paint box an… Plein Air Painting Painting done on site, in the open air. Salon Des Refuses, 1863 This group began when over 3000 works were rejected from the the Ecole des Beaux Arts. Formed by Nap… The Judgement of Paris/ 1526/ Raphael/ Raimondi Title/date/who was copied/artist Le Dejeuner sur L'herbe/ 1863/ Titian's Pastoral Concert 1509/ Manet Title/date/what was copied/artist Center Composition, No Light Source, Crude Brushstrokes, Inappropriate… These are some reasons "Lunchen" was considered a bad painting at the time.
Art History Exam 280 terms
Passion Baroque means... Light, Space, Time Baroque liked to emphasize _____,______, and _____. Baldacchino/ 1624/ Pope Urban 8th/ BERNINI Title/date/who commissioned it/artist St. Peter's Throne/ 1657/ BERNINI Title/date/artist St. Peter's Basilica and square/ 1607/ Pope Paul V/ BERNINI Title/date/who commissioned it/artist Coffers Sunken-in areas on a ceiling. Ecstasy of St. Teresa/ 1642/ Caroharo Chapel/ BERNINI Title/date/location/artist
Bio Exam 4189 terms
Multicellular Animals are _________ organisms. Organs Tissues are organized into... Tissues Cells are organized into... Digestive System The organ system that breaks down and absorb nutrients into the body. Circulatory System The organ system that contians the heart, blood, and all of the blood vessels. It delivers all the n… Respiratory System The organ system responsible for the intake of oxygen and diffusion of that gas into the blood and t… Reproductive System The organ system which functions in creating offspring (penis and testes in males, ovaries, uterus, …
Bio Exam 3106 terms
DNA Genetic material inherited from parents. Nucleus In Eukayotic cells, DNA is contained in the _____, while in prokayotes it just floats around. Gene specific nucleotide sequence in DNA (physical and functional units of heredity). Pentose Sugar, Phosphate Group, Nitrogenous Base Each Nucleotide has 3 parts, they are: Deoxyribonucleic acid What DNA really is... Adenine, Thymine, Guanine, Cytosine The four nucleic acids in DNA T A goes to...
Biology Exam 299 terms
Cellular Respiration How organisms fuel their actions. ATP Cellular currency (for "currency" exchange) 3-step Cellular respiration is a __________ process. Fuel, Oxygen Aerobic Cellular Respiration requires _____ and _____. Potential Energy _______ is stored in chemical bonds of sugar, proteins, and fats. opposite Cell Respiration is the _______ system of Photosynthesis. Glycolysis The universal energy-releasing pathway of organisms. (The FIRST STEP of cell resp.)
History of Photography - Test 120 terms
1826 1838 1835 1847 1862 1854 1857
Baroque Exam 124 terms
Madonna of the Long Neck, Parmigianino, 1534 Christ in the House of Levi, Veronese, 1573 The Butcher Shop, Carracci, 1580 The Calling of St. Matthew, Caravaggio, 1599 The Martyrdom of St. Matthew, Caravaggio, 1599 St. Cecilia, Moderno, 1600 Self Portrait, Carracci, 1604
Biology Chapter 337 terms
Cell The basic unit of life. Robert Hooke Who discovered the cell in the mid 1600s. The Cell Theory 1. All organisms are made up of cells 2. All cells must come from pre-existing cells. Eukaryotic Cells Cells that have a nucleus containing DNA and other organelles that are bound by membranes. Prokaryotic Cells Cells without a nucleus or other membrane-bound organelles. DNA just floats around. Endosymbiosis Theory This explains how chloroplasts in plants and algae, and mitochondria in animals. Cell eats prokaryot… Invagination The folding in of an outer layer so as to form a pocket in the surface. This forms organelles!
Survey of Western Art (spring): TEST 165 terms
The Church, Ruling Monarchs, The Middle Class Primary art patrons during the Renaissance in Europe. Frescos of the Arena Chapel/ 1305/ Scrovegni/ Giotto Title/date/patron/artist Marriage at Cana, Raising of Lazarus, Lamentation, and Resurrection/ 1… Title/date/artist Scrovegni Founded the Arena Chapel; commissioned the chapel and its decoration as an act of atonement; hired G… Fresco A durable method of painting on a wall by using paint on wet plaster. (Buon = True) Cartoon Full-scale preparatory drawing for a fresco or mural. Sinopia is a reddish-brown color pigment used for the cartoon or underpainting for a fresco.
Biology Chapter 272 terms
Element A pure substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances. Atom The smallest bit of matter that cannot be subdivided without losing its essential properties. Proton Positively charged subatomic particle. Neutron Neutral subatomic particle. Electron Negatively charged subatomic particle; located outside the atomic nucleus. Hydrogen, Neutrons The only element that has only two subatomic particles (NO ________). Atomic Number, Protons The number in the upper left hand corner of an element and counts the number of ________.
Biology Chapter 130 terms
Process Science is a... Observe, Ask, Hypothesis, Test, Valid?, Revise The Scientific Method (in order!) Must, testable prediction A hypothesis ___ be an answer to the question asked, and MUST generate ____________. Mutually Exclusive Hypothesis must establish _______ ________ explanations for phenomenon. (NO OVERLAP) Positive Relationship Blank INCREASES blank. Negative Relationship Blank DECREASES blank. Null Relationship Independent. No effect on each other.
Names and Dates...22 terms
Chi Rho Lota Page, c. 800 Gummersmark Brooch, 6th Cent. Borgund Stave Church, 1125 Interior of the Palace of Chapel of Charlemagne, 792 Page with Matthew the Evangelist, 2nd quarter of 9th cent. Doors of Bishop Bernward, 1015 Christ in Majesty, 1123
ANTHRO CH 2020 terms
Genitor biological father of a child Pater socially recognized father of a child Parallel Cousins children of two brothers or two sisters Cross Cousins children of a brother and a sister Exogomy marriage form outside one's social group Incest sexual activity between family members who are not husband and wife Horror (programed), Biological, Attempt and Contempt, Marry Out or Die… Four Theories why incest is a taboo
ANTHRO CH 1920 terms
Descent Group group based on belief in shared ancestry (maybe not real tho) Nuclear Family household made up of a mother, father, and children Family of Orientation the family into which a person is born and grows up in Family of Procreation nuclear family established when one marries and has children Neolocality a residential pattern in which a married couple lives apart from both sets of parents Extended Family Household household with three or more generations Matrilineal Descent descent traced exclusively through the female line to establish group membership