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Stem 126
assets
affluence
budget
gross pay
valuable items owned by someone
Wealth
A plan for managing income and expenses.
the total amount of an employee's earnings before deductions…
assets
valuable items owned by someone
affluence
Wealth
10 terms
STEM 126
Assets
Income
Affluence
Wages
Economic resources (things of value) owned by a firm.
Money earned from investments and employment.
Abundance of riches or wealth
An amount of money paid to an employee at a specified rate pe…
Assets
Economic resources (things of value) owned by a firm.
Income
Money earned from investments and employment.
25 terms
Stems 126-150
Germ
Greg
Mar
Prim
Vital or related
Group
Sea
First
Germ
Vital or related
Greg
Group
25 terms
Bio stems #126-150
Graph, gram
Grat
Grav
Greg
Write, written
Pleasing
Heavy, weighty
Herd
Graph, gram
Write, written
Grat
Pleasing
25 terms
Stems 126-150 (List 6)
germ
greg
mar
prim
vital or related
group
sea
first
germ
vital or related
greg
group
25 terms
Stems 126-150 (List 6)
Gamy
Junct
Liber
Mar
Marriage
Join
Free
Sea
Gamy
Marriage
Junct
Join
13 terms
stem changing verb vocabulary, Mundo Real, p. 126
empezar
cerrar
entender
pensar
e-ie, to begin
e-ie, to close
e-ie, to understand
e-ie, to think
empezar
e-ie, to begin
cerrar
e-ie, to close
68 terms
PMI 126 Midterm 1
3 major components of innate system
3 major components of adaptive immune…
what is the difference between a monoc…
what is the primary role of a macropha…
barriers... phagocytes... pattern recognition
lymphocytes... antigen specific receptors... antibodies
monocyte = in the blood... macrophate = outside of the blood
house keeping
3 major components of innate system
barriers... phagocytes... pattern recognition
3 major components of adaptive immune…
lymphocytes... antigen specific receptors... antibodies
44 terms
STA126 Definitions Chapter 2
Descriptive Statistics
Inferential Statistics
Variable
Categorical
summary information about a data set
—making a prediction or decision about a population using inf…
a characteristic observed in a study
the observation belongs to a set of categories
Descriptive Statistics
summary information about a data set
Inferential Statistics
—making a prediction or decision about a population using inf…
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126
To bring about
To provoke
To entail sth
To trigger off
Entraîner
Provoquer
Entraîner qch
Déclencher
To bring about
Entraîner
To provoke
Provoquer
29 terms
Bio 126 Chp. 34 Circulatory System
Where do blood cells come from?
What is blood cell production called?
What is characteristic of true blood?
erythrocytes
Pluripotent stem cells ... Lymphoid stem cell --> Lymphocytes... My…
hematopoiesis, occurs in the bone marrow
It is separated from interstitial fluid and lymph.
RBCs
Where do blood cells come from?
Pluripotent stem cells ... Lymphoid stem cell --> Lymphocytes... My…
What is blood cell production called?
hematopoiesis, occurs in the bone marrow
176 terms
BIO 126
Liquid, hard, soft, and fibrous
Fibrous Connective Tissue
Skeletal, Cardiac, and smooth/visceral
There are ____spinal nerves and ____ c…
Name the different types of connective tissue. (remember exam…
Contains dense fibers made of collagen or elastic fibers such…
Name the different types of muscle tissues
1. 31... 2. 12
Liquid, hard, soft, and fibrous
Name the different types of connective tissue. (remember exam…
Fibrous Connective Tissue
Contains dense fibers made of collagen or elastic fibers such…
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PSC 126 BRAIN STRUCTURES
Brain Stem
Spinal Chord
Cerebellum (little brain)
Forebrain
1. Medulla oblongata... 2. Pons... 3. Midbrain... 4. Reticular formation
1. Coordination of reflexes... 2. Carries sensory info to the br…
1. motor function, learning, & motor memory... 2. Damage to diff…
1. consists of 2 cerebral hemispheres ... 2. Surface known as ce…
Brain Stem
1. Medulla oblongata... 2. Pons... 3. Midbrain... 4. Reticular formation
Spinal Chord
1. Coordination of reflexes... 2. Carries sensory info to the br…
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PMI 126 Lecture 2/16 MT3
The major histocompatibility complex e…
Peptide Binding cleft for MHC class 1…
Where are MHC 1 and 2 loaded with anti…
What are human MHC's called
Polygenic genes=multiple genes... Polymorphisms=multiple alleles…
MHC 1= 2 combination of alpha 1 and 2 (closed)... MHC 2= combina…
MHC1=endoplasmic reticulum... MHC2=cytosolic compartment
HLA's
The major histocompatibility complex e…
Polygenic genes=multiple genes... Polymorphisms=multiple alleles…
Peptide Binding cleft for MHC class 1…
MHC 1= 2 combination of alpha 1 and 2 (closed)... MHC 2= combina…
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Stems 76-100
morph
vest
bene
pond
shape
clothes
good
weight
morph
shape
vest
clothes
25 terms
Stems 101-125
vita
demo
stereo
ism
life
people
solid
doctrine
vita
life
demo
people
PMI 126 MT 1
Vaccinations are which type of immunity?
Major components of innate immunity
Cells of the adaptive immune system
Hematopoietic stem cell
Adaptive
pattern recognition receptors... phagocytes... barries
...
starts in bone marrow... 1. myeloid progenetor (dendritic cells,…
Vaccinations are which type of immunity?
Adaptive
Major components of innate immunity
pattern recognition receptors... phagocytes... barries
227 terms
Skeletal System
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
erythrocytes
lymphocytes
head, neck, torso; 80 bones
upper and lower extremities; 126 bones
red blood cells, carry oxygen, made in erythropoietic bone ma…
white blood cells, fight infection, made in erythropoietic bo…
axial skeleton
head, neck, torso; 80 bones
appendicular skeleton
upper and lower extremities; 126 bones
78 terms
Third Declension - Consonant Stem Endings
ὁ κλώψ
τοῦ κλωπός
τῷ κλωπί
τὸν κλῶπα
Nom, Masc, Sg, Labial Stems (β, π, φ)
Gen, Masc, Sg, Labial Stems (β, π, φ)
Dat, Masc, Sg, Labial Stems (β, π, φ)
Acc, Masc, Sg, Labial Stems (β, π, φ)
ὁ κλώψ
Nom, Masc, Sg, Labial Stems (β, π, φ)
τοῦ κλωπός
Gen, Masc, Sg, Labial Stems (β, π, φ)
40 terms
Bio 126 week 3&4
Long term memory
Myelinated axons are called grey matter
Sensory or afferent neurons
ANS- (autonomic nervous system)
Refers to the storage of information that can be recalled at…
False
Conducts impulses to the spinal cord
Is controlled involuntarily, it regulates and controls the ac…
Long term memory
Refers to the storage of information that can be recalled at…
Myelinated axons are called grey matter
False
15 terms
ch10 check points bio126
what are the main divisions of the bra…
what are the names of the three layers…
where is CSF produced?
name the four surface lobes of each ce…
-cerebrum... -diencephalon... -brain stem and... -cerebellum
dura mater, arachnoid, and pia mater
CSF is produced in the ventricles of the brain. the two later…
-frontal... -parietal... -temporal... -occipital
what are the main divisions of the bra…
-cerebrum... -diencephalon... -brain stem and... -cerebellum
what are the names of the three layers…
dura mater, arachnoid, and pia mater
35 terms
bio126 wk 3 quiz
____ _____ ______ refers to the storag…
neuroglia cells protect and support th…
myelinated axons are called gray matte…
_______ conducts impulses to the spina…
long term memory
nervous system
false; myelinated axons are called white matter
sensory or afferent neurons
____ _____ ______ refers to the storag…
long term memory
neuroglia cells protect and support th…
nervous system
220 terms
(Abed) Science Vocabulary chapter 1-4
biology
biologist
organisms
zoology
the study of life
scientist who study living things
living things
the study of animals
biology
the study of life
biologist
scientist who study living things
48 terms
Third Declension - Vocalic Stem Endings and Irregular Nouns
ἡ πόλις (πόλι-ς)
τῆς πόλεως (πόλε-ως)
τῇ πόλει (πόλε-ι)
τὴν πόλιν (πόλι-ν)
Nom, Fem, Sg, i stems (πολι-/πολε-)
Gen, Fem, Sg, i stems (πολι-/πολε-)
Dat, Fem, Sg, i stems (πολι-/πολε-)
Acc, Fem, Sg, i stems (πολι-/πολε-)
ἡ πόλις (πόλι-ς)
Nom, Fem, Sg, i stems (πολι-/πολε-)
τῆς πόλεως (πόλε-ως)
Gen, Fem, Sg, i stems (πολι-/πολε-)
104 terms
Psc 126 fall 2015 midterm 1
neurotransmitters, hormones
Nervous System electrical
Nervous System chemical
Types of Neurons: Input
chemical factors that influence neurons, most complicated mat…
action potentials/ an all or nothing mode
neurotransmitters/ many and modulated
Sensory neurons
neurotransmitters, hormones
chemical factors that influence neurons, most complicated mat…
Nervous System electrical
action potentials/ an all or nothing mode
49 terms
bio126 wk5 key terms and concepts
polydipsia
cushing syndrome
follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
acromegaly
excessive thirst
condition caused by excessive glucocorticoids as by overactiv…
hormone produced by the anterior pituitary that stimulates de…
condition caused by over secretion of growth hormone in adult…
polydipsia
excessive thirst
cushing syndrome
condition caused by excessive glucocorticoids as by overactiv…
36 terms
PS 126 L5-2
Cancer
Epidemiology reports about shift work
Study concerning women and shift work:…
Cell cycle: interphase
loss of control of normal cell growth
working night shifts has some correlation with disease
T2DM, coronary heart disease, infections, breast cancer
when cell grows
Cancer
loss of control of normal cell growth
Epidemiology reports about shift work
working night shifts has some correlation with disease
114 terms
Bio 126 - lecture midterm #2
tuber
pneumatophore
epiphytes
rhizome
swelling that stores food over the winter
roots that grow up into the air to obtain adequate oxygen
have aerial roots but are not parasites
horizontal stems that grow below ground. allow asexual reprod…
tuber
swelling that stores food over the winter
pneumatophore
roots that grow up into the air to obtain adequate oxygen
227 terms
Skeletal System
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
erythrocytes
lymphocytes
head, neck, torso; 80 bones
upper and lower extremities; 126 bones
red blood cells, carry oxygen, made in erythropoietic bone ma…
white blood cells, fight infection, made in erythropoietic bo…
axial skeleton
head, neck, torso; 80 bones
appendicular skeleton
upper and lower extremities; 126 bones
99 terms
Voc Anglais - Chapitre 126
to cause
to bring about
to provoke
to entail sth
causer
entraîner
provoquer
entraîner qch
to cause
causer
to bring about
entraîner
22 terms
ch4 study and review bio126
a group of similar cells arranged in a…
glands that secrete their products dir…
tissue that supports and forms the fra…
a tumor that is confined to a local ar…
tissues
endocrine glands
connective tissue
benign tumor
a group of similar cells arranged in a…
tissues
glands that secrete their products dir…
endocrine glands
166 terms
Voc Guide Chap. 126 : Notions
Cause and effect
a cause
to cause
to bring about
cause et effet
une cause
causer
entraîner
Cause and effect
cause et effet
a cause
une cause
39 terms
PMI 126 Lecture 2/17 (midterm 3)
what is B cell development and maturat…
what is the process a progenitor B cel…
what is the process a transitional B c…
what happens in a early pro-B cell
cell surface expression of proteins characteristic of various…
Ig gene rearrangement and selection
contact with Th cell ... class switching or affinity maturation
D-J rearrangement on both chromosomes
what is B cell development and maturat…
cell surface expression of proteins characteristic of various…
what is the process a progenitor B cel…
Ig gene rearrangement and selection
24 terms
BIO 126 WEEK 3
Long term memory
Nervous System
Myelinated Axons
Sensory of Afferent Neurons
refers to the storage of info that can be recalled at a later…
neuroglia cells that protect and support
white matter
conducts impulses to the spinal cord and brain
Long term memory
refers to the storage of info that can be recalled at a later…
Nervous System
neuroglia cells that protect and support
12 terms
(Semester 2)RHS D'accord! Level 2 - Pg. 150 - Irregular Conditional-Tense Stems
aller
apercevoir
avoir
devoir
ir-
apercevr-
aur-
devr-
aller
ir-
apercevoir
apercevr-
BIO 126 WEEK 3
____ are called grey matter.
The ____ is controlled involuntarily,…
____ are fibers that conduct impulses…
Sympathetic nervous System promoted th…
Unmyelinated fibers
Automomic Nervous System (ANS)
Axons
a) Dilation of bronchial tubes b) Increases blood pressures c…
____ are called grey matter.
Unmyelinated fibers
The ____ is controlled involuntarily,…
Automomic Nervous System (ANS)
82 terms
PSC 126 MT2
immune related diseases
cancer
inflammatory disorders
cancer survival rates
dysfunction of immune system, without treatment can have long…
immune system may not recognize cancer cells as targets bc th…
immune system attacks its own tissue for destruction (accompa…
survival rates have increased from 1 year (70s) to 6 years (2…
immune related diseases
dysfunction of immune system, without treatment can have long…
cancer
immune system may not recognize cancer cells as targets bc th…
65 terms
PSC 126 MT#1 - CHAPTER 3
Cell Body in Neurons contains:
Neurons
Sea slug & nerve cells
Neurons are designed to communicate ve…
1. nucleus... 2. cytoplasm... -supports cell... 3. cell membrane... -allo…
*specialized to communicate w. other... 1. neurons... 2. muscles... 3.…
-sea slugs have similar nerve cells compared to humans
1. axons ... 2. dendrites... 3. synapses ... -site for connections
Cell Body in Neurons contains:
1. nucleus... 2. cytoplasm... -supports cell... 3. cell membrane... -allo…
Neurons
*specialized to communicate w. other... 1. neurons... 2. muscles... 3.…
65 terms
Vocabulary
Parameter
Sample statistic
Variable
Observation
Proportion or average for the entire population
Describes just the sample of the larger population
Any characteristic you observe in a study; doesn't have to be…
The value of the variable
Parameter
Proportion or average for the entire population
Sample statistic
Describes just the sample of the larger population
22 terms
bio 126 review chat 8/9
What are polyribosomes and what is the…
List three different post-translationa…
Distinguish between substitution mutat…
Explain the difference between silent…
-Many ribosomes, each synthesizing a protein, attaché to the…
-1. Chemical modification of individual amino acids- attachme…
-Substitution mutations involve a change from one nucleotide…
-A silent substitution is a change in one of the nucleotides…
What are polyribosomes and what is the…
-Many ribosomes, each synthesizing a protein, attaché to the…
List three different post-translationa…
-1. Chemical modification of individual amino acids- attachme…
29 terms
P 211 what is Diabetes ?
diabetes mellitus
hyperglycemia, define
hypoglycemia, define
type I, define
* uncontrolled sugar
* too much sugar in blood... * > 126 mg/dL
* low sugar in blood... * <70 mg/dL
Autoimmune disease ... * no (little) insulin
diabetes mellitus
* uncontrolled sugar
hyperglycemia, define
* too much sugar in blood... * > 126 mg/dL
40 terms
Nervous System
Frontal lobe
Temporal lobe
Parietal lobe
Occipital lobe
Frontal lobe
Temporal lobe
142 terms
BIO 126 Exam 2
erythrocytes
plasma
platelets & leukocytes
red blood cells
red blood cells
92% water, 55% of whole blood
<1%
45% of whole blood
erythrocytes
red blood cells
plasma
92% water, 55% of whole blood
37 terms
Lvb - V4 - 99 - 111 + 126 - 131 + 135 - 138
Drie vragen
moderne voortplanting
kunstmatige inseminatie (KI)
reageerbuisbevruchting/in-vitro-fertil…
1. Wat zijn de grenzen van het bestaan?... - Begin van het leve…
Met behulp van medische technieken zwanger raken, bevruchting…
Inbrengen van zaad van de partner (KIE) of donor (KID) in de…
Rijpe eicellen + zaadcellen buiten het lichaam bevruchten. Be…
Drie vragen
1. Wat zijn de grenzen van het bestaan?... - Begin van het leve…
moderne voortplanting
Met behulp van medische technieken zwanger raken, bevruchting…
100 terms
UCSB Psy 126
Cytoarchitectonic feature
Brodmann's areas
light hits ganglion--middle layer--rec…
converge in retina
cellular composition
regions of cortex defined by relative distribution of cell ty…
Retina anatomy
degree to which photoreceptors converge onto a single ganglio…
Cytoarchitectonic feature
cellular composition
Brodmann's areas
regions of cortex defined by relative distribution of cell ty…
30 terms
PCS 126 exam 1
PNS
CNS
somatic NS
autonomic ns
sensory and motor (somatic and autonomic)
brain stem and spinal cord
transmits sensory signals to and from the central ns
regulates body's internal environment by stimulating glands a…
PNS
sensory and motor (somatic and autonomic)
CNS
brain stem and spinal cord
54 terms
Bio 126 week 3-4
neuroglia cells protect and support th…
sensory or afferent neurons conducts i…
The autonomic nervous system (ANS) is…
functions of the CSF are to carry nutr…
myelinated axons are called white matter
motor or efferent neurons carry impulses from the CNS out to…
neurons are the smallest functioning unit of nerve tissue.
neuro-muscular junction is the point where nerve endings conn…
neuroglia cells protect and support th…
myelinated axons are called white matter
sensory or afferent neurons conducts i…
motor or efferent neurons carry impulses from the CNS out to…
22 terms
HEALTH- CH. 15-1
CARTILAGE
OSSIFICATION
LIGAMENT
TENDON
a strong flexible connective tissue
process by which bone is formed renewed and repaired
a band of fibrous, slightly elastic connective tissue that at…
a fibrous card that attaches muscle to the bone
CARTILAGE
a strong flexible connective tissue
OSSIFICATION
process by which bone is formed renewed and repaired
56 terms
Anatomy Vocab. SKELETAL SYSTEM
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Long
Short
- 80 bones ... -longitudinal axis ... -connected to vertebrae
- 126 Bones ... - Upper and lower limbs and pelvic pectoral grid…
Compact
spongy except for surface
Axial Skeleton
- 80 bones ... -longitudinal axis ... -connected to vertebrae
Appendicular Skeleton
- 126 Bones ... - Upper and lower limbs and pelvic pectoral grid…
58 terms
Chapter 6 Bones
Osteocytes
Osteoblasts
Osteoclasts
Osteoprogenitor
Mature bone cells - found in small chambers called lacunae,
Bone-forming cells.
Bone-destroying cells
stem cells derived from mesenchyme which produce other stem c…
Osteocytes
Mature bone cells - found in small chambers called lacunae,
Osteoblasts
Bone-forming cells.
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