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Biology of Human Concepts and Ethics:
4 main classifications of major bioche…
Carbohydrate sub categories
Lipids subcategories
protein definition
Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids
Monosaccharide, disaccharides, polysaccharides
fatty acids, phospholipids, triglycerides, steroids
polymers made of amino acid monomers
4 main classifications of major bioche…
Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids
Carbohydrate sub categories
Monosaccharide, disaccharides, polysaccharides
Biology quiz (ethics)
Doing Good
Do No Harm
Justice
Autonomy
Doing the most good
Minimizing harm done
Being fare and equal
Respecting people's decisions
Doing Good
Doing the most good
Do No Harm
Minimizing harm done
Ethics In Biology Test 1
Genes
Cells
DNA
Genome
Biochemical instructions that tell cells how to behave
Basic unit of life.
Tranmits information in sequences of building blocks.
The complete DNA set that has all traits for that organism
Genes
Biochemical instructions that tell cells how to behave
Cells
Basic unit of life.
61 terms
Biology BioEthics Test
What are three types of muscle tissue?
What is the skeletal muscle tissue att…
What is cardiac muscle tissue attached…
What is smooth muscle tissue attached…
Smooth, Cardiac, Skeletal
Bones
The heart
The stomach, blood vessels, and intestines.
What are three types of muscle tissue?
Smooth, Cardiac, Skeletal
What is the skeletal muscle tissue att…
Bones
Social and Ethical Issues in Biology
Gene therapy
Cloning
Reproductive cloning - how it works
Gene cloning - how it works
replacing missing genes or broken genes with healthy genes
making an organism that is the exact same
nucleus from a donor cell is put into an egg with no nucleus
gene is put into a bacteria where it multiplies
Gene therapy
replacing missing genes or broken genes with healthy genes
Cloning
making an organism that is the exact same
25 terms
Stem Cell Biology: Ethics
What is the purpose of the IRB?
What types of employees work for the I…
What is the success of using embryonic…
What are the two opposing views on usi…
IRB or Institutional Review Board is in charge of protecting…
Social scientists, RNs, doctors, etc. Variety of healthcare-r…
Not very successful at all. Although they are very primitive,…
1) embryos are humans beings with moral status so wrong to us…
What is the purpose of the IRB?
IRB or Institutional Review Board is in charge of protecting…
What types of employees work for the I…
Social scientists, RNs, doctors, etc. Variety of healthcare-r…
Social and Ethical Issues in Biology
Living organ donation
Gene therapy
Cloning
Reproductive cloning - how it works
a person who is living donates an organ (kidney, liver)
replacing missing genes or broken genes with healthy genes
making an organism that is the exact same
nucleus from a donor cell is put into an egg with no nucleus
Living organ donation
a person who is living donates an organ (kidney, liver)
Gene therapy
replacing missing genes or broken genes with healthy genes
5 terms
Biology key words - Ethics and transplants
transplant
donor
criteria
clinically obese
...
...
...
...
transplant
...
donor
...
33 terms
Biology Honors - Unit 7 (Bio Ethics/Technology)
biotechnology
asdf
plasmid
DNA, bacteria, biological vector
the use of living organisms to make products
SELF CHECK: examples of biotech... manufacturing drugs... wa…
a small ring of DNA found in a bacteria cell that is used as…
a plasmid is a small ring of _____ found in ________ cell tha…
biotechnology
the use of living organisms to make products
asdf
SELF CHECK: examples of biotech... manufacturing drugs... wa…
12 terms
Biology: Ethics & Bioethics. 7 characteristics of life
Ethics
Bioethics
First characteristic of life.
Homeostasis
Moral principles & values held by humans that govern behavior.
Ethical issues connected with advances in biology/medical ... Ex…
Homeostasis
Regulation or balance ... Ex: blood sugar
Ethics
Moral principles & values held by humans that govern behavior.
Bioethics
Ethical issues connected with advances in biology/medical ... Ex…
9 terms
3.3 Social and Ethical issues in biology
Gene thearpy
Cloning
Reproductive cloning
Gene cloning
the human genome project identified 20,000 to 25,000 genes in…
creates a genetically identical organisms tat is an exact cop…
reproductive cloning involved the transfer of a nucleus from…
involved the transfer of a gene into bacteria so that the gen…
Gene thearpy
the human genome project identified 20,000 to 25,000 genes in…
Cloning
creates a genetically identical organisms tat is an exact cop…
27 terms
Environmental Biology: Environmental Ethics, Economics and Policy 23-24
Culture
World view
Traditional/indigenous ecological know…
Relativists
knowledge, beliefs, values, and learned ways of life shared b…
a person's or group's beliefs about the meaning, purpose, ope…
the intimate knowledge of a particular environment possessed…
ethics varies with social context
Culture
knowledge, beliefs, values, and learned ways of life shared b…
World view
a person's or group's beliefs about the meaning, purpose, ope…
Additional Biology - Inherited conditions in humans/Stem cells and embryos (Science and ethics)
Genetic disorder
Polydactyly
Cystic fibrosis
Adult stem cells
An inherited disease
Caused by dominant alleles - causes babies to be born with ex…
Caused by recessive alleles - causes the production of thick…
_____ ____ _____ are useful in treating diseases such as leuk…
Genetic disorder
An inherited disease
Polydactyly
Caused by dominant alleles - causes babies to be born with ex…
26 terms
Active Biology-Ethics, Resource Use, and Wilderness (B, H)
What is the definition of wilderness?
Why was/is wilderness protection needed?
Is it possible to "recreate" wilderness?
What year was the Wilderness Act signe…
An untamed place
Wilderness protects watersheds that provide clean drinking wa…
Wilderness cannot be restored or recreated, only preserve or…
1964, 9.1 million acres
What is the definition of wilderness?
An untamed place
Why was/is wilderness protection needed?
Wilderness protects watersheds that provide clean drinking wa…
M4 Biology: Genetic Processes Ethical Issues & Diseases
Genetic Screening
Stem Cells
In Vitro Fertilization
Genetic Discrimination
type of medical test that identifies changes in chromosomes,…
specialized adult stem cells that can differentiate into any…
procedure where mature eggs are collected from ovaries and fe…
people are treated differently by their insurance company or…
Genetic Screening
type of medical test that identifies changes in chromosomes,…
Stem Cells
specialized adult stem cells that can differentiate into any…
APES Chapters 6 & 11 Conservation Biology and Environmental Ethics Practice/Test
more greenhouse gas emissions will ind…
"if domestic fuel prices rise to $5 pe…
contingent valuation
in general, environmentalists believe…
loss of ecosystem services
neoclassical economics
measures how much people would pay to restore a resource afte…
promote social and environmental justice
more greenhouse gas emissions will ind…
loss of ecosystem services
"if domestic fuel prices rise to $5 pe…
neoclassical economics
30 terms
Arizona State University ABS 302 - Ethical and Policy Issues in Biology
According to the International Society…
According to the video "Eyes of Nye: C…
According to the video "Conversations:…
As required by legislation, California…
Stem cells can mature or differentiate into specialized cells…
The rat is now able to walk and has regained bladder function.
False
ownership of genetic material
According to the International Society…
Stem cells can mature or differentiate into specialized cells…
According to the video "Eyes of Nye: C…
The rat is now able to walk and has regained bladder function.
Honors Biology Prologue: Sections 1 through 3 - Biology in the World, AIDS/HIV, Ethics with Biological Testing
What do scholars believe will be the m…
Name 5 advancements that will be made…
What does AIDS stand for?
What is the function of the virus that…
Biology
cloning, gene mapping, predicting future health, genes and be…
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
attack immune system
What do scholars believe will be the m…
Biology
Name 5 advancements that will be made…
cloning, gene mapping, predicting future health, genes and be…
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Ethics: Absolute Morals, Kant, Ethics of Care, Virtue
absolute moral rule
traditional absolute moral rules, Ansc…
how to fight a just war
Rachels' criticism of absolute moral r…
rule with no exception; "Is there anything you would never do…
killing the innocent, vicarious punishment, treachery, idolat…
Difference of killing innocents intentionally or as a side-ef…
extreme cases... conflict of absolutes
absolute moral rule
rule with no exception; "Is there anything you would never do…
traditional absolute moral rules, Ansc…
killing the innocent, vicarious punishment, treachery, idolat…
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Ethics - Chapter 4
Voluntary practices
philanthropy
Core practices
Mandated boundaries
include beliefs, values, and voluntary contractual obligation…
giving back to communities and causes.
documented best practices, often encouraged by legal and regu…
the externally imposed boundaries of conduct, such as laws, r…
Voluntary practices
include beliefs, values, and voluntary contractual obligation…
philanthropy
giving back to communities and causes.
25 terms
Ethics - Unit 1: Ethics and Ethical Reasoning Terms
ethics (first definition)
metaethics
philosophy
ethics (second definition)
The study of of what makes a good life, of what is right and…
The study of the meaning of ethical terms and judgments.
The study of basic questions about key areas or subject matte…
The set of values or principles held by individuals or groups.
ethics (first definition)
The study of of what makes a good life, of what is right and…
metaethics
The study of the meaning of ethical terms and judgments.
30 terms
Bio-Ethics
What are the three Elements of Informe…
Explain the argument between Euthypro…
Explain the Threshold Elements of Info…
Explain the Informational Elements of…
Threshold Elements, Informational Elements, Consent Elements
I really don't want to type this shit out.
Competence - in understanding and deciding... Voluntariness - n…
Disclosure - of information... Recommendation - of a plan... Unde…
What are the three Elements of Informe…
Threshold Elements, Informational Elements, Consent Elements
Explain the argument between Euthypro…
I really don't want to type this shit out.
46 terms
BioEthics final
What is the difference between futile…
What is the difference between Treatme…
What are two types of Enhancments?
What is the cheating argument against…
Futile: treatment which no longer works, that you are no long…
Treatment: interventions that aim to cure or alleviate the sy…
-Intervene to help people improve to the level of the most ad…
Premise 1: Cheating is morally wrong.... Premise 2: Using cogni…
What is the difference between futile…
Futile: treatment which no longer works, that you are no long…
What is the difference between Treatme…
Treatment: interventions that aim to cure or alleviate the sy…
27 terms
Law and Ethics Ch 8
ethics
virtue
philosophy
amoral
the study of moral choices that conform to professional stand…
goodness conforming to the standard of moral excellence
a basic viewpoint of the system of values of a society
without moral concern
ethics
the study of moral choices that conform to professional stand…
virtue
goodness conforming to the standard of moral excellence
Bio-Ethics Terms
gender
sex
gender identity
sexual orientation
culturally and societally influenced
biological and physiological characteristic that define man a…
a person's internal, personal sense of being man or woman
preference based off your sexually or emotional connections
gender
culturally and societally influenced
sex
biological and physiological characteristic that define man a…
61 terms
Ethics 2000 midterm
What is reason ? (Kant)
irrational
Ultimate goal of life( kant)
What is the enlightenment ?
make judgement without emotions, weighing the options
impulsive, they are passion acted
happiness
The enlightenment is the stepping out of the self-imposed imm…
What is reason ? (Kant)
make judgement without emotions, weighing the options
irrational
impulsive, they are passion acted
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BioEthics Lesson 1
Exceptionless Moral Norm
Universal Moral Principles
Moral principles make reference to all…
A universal principle may have absolut…
"moral absolutes"... is exceptions if an only if what the rule p…
the principle of unity or the categorical imperative - are no…
action; a specifically prescribed kind
does not make it a precept or make the grounds absolute
Exceptionless Moral Norm
"moral absolutes"... is exceptions if an only if what the rule p…
Universal Moral Principles
the principle of unity or the categorical imperative - are no…
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BioEthics Lesson 3
there would be no need for protection…
Macro-allocation
Micro-allocation
it would come at an immense taxpayer i…
Justice wouldn't exist in a utopian world because...
overall healthcare budget
problem of dividing resources
A single payer healthcare provider may be a good idea but...
there would be no need for protection…
Justice wouldn't exist in a utopian world because...
Macro-allocation
overall healthcare budget
Biology Chapter 15
selective breeding
hybridization
inbreeding
biotechnology
The process of selecting a few organisms with desired traits…
(genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties o…
Continued breeding of individuals with similar characteristic…
A form of technology that uses living organisms, usually gene…
selective breeding
The process of selecting a few organisms with desired traits…
hybridization
(genetics) the act of mixing different species or varieties o…
bio ethics test 3
voluntary active euthanasia
dr death
tony nicklinson
physician assisted suicide
lindsay;
dr kevorkain
did research on VAE
Oregon becomes the first state to allow it legally followed b…
voluntary active euthanasia
lindsay;
dr death
dr kevorkain
Biomedical Ethics Exam 1
Act-utilitarianism
Rule-utilitatianism
Kantian Deontology
Categorical Imperative (I)
A person ought to act so as to produce the greatest balance o…
A person ought to act in accordance with the rule that would…
All moral principles are derived from the Categorical Imperat…
Act only on the maxim through which you can at the same time…
Act-utilitarianism
A person ought to act so as to produce the greatest balance o…
Rule-utilitatianism
A person ought to act in accordance with the rule that would…
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A.P. Psych Quiz 08/30/16, A.P. Psych Test 1- Social Psych, Research Methods & Ethics, Psychology Chapter 3 Test- biology and behavior, Sensation and Perception Test- A.P. Psych, Psych Learning Test, States of Consciousness, Psych- Memory
Wilhelm Wundt
Edward Titchener
Structuralism
Introspection
created first psychology studio in germany
used introspection to search for the minds structural elements
anatomy of thought, how the mind works
examination of one's own mental and emotional processes.
Wilhelm Wundt
created first psychology studio in germany
Edward Titchener
used introspection to search for the minds structural elements
bio ethics 2
Immanuel Kants
Kants ethics
Categorical Imperatives
Autonomous self legislative will
German philosopher who created the book fundamental principle…
consequences of an action are morally irrelevant. An action i…
Every rational creature has a worth in itself, inherent worth…
Rational creatures are able to consider consequences of their…
Immanuel Kants
German philosopher who created the book fundamental principle…
Kants ethics
consequences of an action are morally irrelevant. An action i…
bio ethics 4
John Raws
Principles of Justice
Natural duty
The original position
Wrote a book called The Theory of justice. Represents duties…
preserve and promote the liberty and welfare of individuals.
never harm one person, duty of justice, helping people in jeo…
John Raws way to determine the right principal of justice.
John Raws
Wrote a book called The Theory of justice. Represents duties…
Principles of Justice
preserve and promote the liberty and welfare of individuals.
10 terms
bio ethics test 1
Beneficence
Paternalism
Utility /utilitarism
Act-utilitarinism
Do good to others and avoid doing them harm
the over riding of a persons actions or decision making for t…
produce more good over bad and happiness over unhappines
the idea that the rightness of actions depends solely on the…
Beneficence
Do good to others and avoid doing them harm
Paternalism
the over riding of a persons actions or decision making for t…
Bio ethics 5
Natural law and Moral Theology
Natural law theory
St. Thomas Aquinas
Teleological theory
Rightness of an action is determined by nature itself.
Good done and evil avoided
Developed The natural law theory
as long as your following gods word its Consequentialist not…
Natural law and Moral Theology
Rightness of an action is determined by nature itself.
Natural law theory
Good done and evil avoided
26 terms
Biology Chapter 1 Vocab
Biology
Organism
Organization
Growth
Study of life or living things
anything that has or once had all the characteristics of life
living things being arranged in an orderly way, like cells, t…
increase in mass or size of an organism
Biology
Study of life or living things
Organism
anything that has or once had all the characteristics of life
20 terms
BioEthics Lesson 2
that we are not treating a patient pat…
competent
either verbally or through advanced di…
some minimal degree of understanding o…
In treating patients autonomous human beings, capable of maki…
First, the patient who consents must be
Consent may be given in many different ways...
Second when considering consent, we must assume...
that we are not treating a patient pat…
In treating patients autonomous human beings, capable of maki…
competent
First, the patient who consents must be
bio ethics 1
Ethical/Moral philosophy
Ethical theories
Utilitarianism
Principals of utility
Branch of philosophies thats concerned with principals of rig…
attempts to articulate and justify principals that canbe empl…
formed by british philosopher Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart…
Foundation of utilitarianism formed by John Mill. Mill referr…
Ethical/Moral philosophy
Branch of philosophies thats concerned with principals of rig…
Ethical theories
attempts to articulate and justify principals that canbe empl…
Bio ethics 3
W.D Ross
Deontologist
W.D Ross
W.D Ross
Wrote a book called "The Right and The Good"
like Kant act on the sake of duty/ believes that it is necess…
Rightness and goodness
intuitively knowing right and wrong
W.D Ross
Wrote a book called "The Right and The Good"
Deontologist
like Kant act on the sake of duty/ believes that it is necess…
27 terms
Bio-Medical Ethics Exam #1
Mill's principle of utility
Categorical Imperative (Version 1)
Categorical Imperative (Version 2)
Doctrine of Double Effect
actions are right to the degree that they tend to promote the…
always act in such a way that you can also will that the maxi…
act so that you treat humanity, both in your own person and i…
an act that has two foreseen effects—one good and one bad—is…
Mill's principle of utility
actions are right to the degree that they tend to promote the…
Categorical Imperative (Version 1)
always act in such a way that you can also will that the maxi…
35 terms
Glencoe Biology Chapter 1
biology
bio-
-logy
organism
the science of life
life.
study of
Anything that possesses all the characteristics of life; all…
biology
the science of life
bio-
life.
27 terms
Biology Unit One Study of Life
biology
organism
organization
growth
science of life; examines how living things interact, how sys…
anything that has or once had all the characteristics of life
orderly structure shown by living things
process that results in mass being added to an organism; may…
biology
science of life; examines how living things interact, how sys…
organism
anything that has or once had all the characteristics of life
131 terms
Ethics Semester one reveiw
According to the FIRST PAGE OF THE CHA…
How did Thomas Aquinas and William of…
How does Pinckaers describe "freedom"…
Between what two antagonistic freedoms…
RESPONSE TO THE QUESTION OF HAPPINESS
STA: FREE CHOICE PROCEEDS FROM INTELLECT AND WILL ... WoO: FREE…
STA/FfE: A POWER THAT GROWS AND MATURES... WoO/FoI: STATIC POWER…
FREEDOM OF GOD AND FREEDOM OF MAN
According to the FIRST PAGE OF THE CHA…
RESPONSE TO THE QUESTION OF HAPPINESS
How did Thomas Aquinas and William of…
STA: FREE CHOICE PROCEEDS FROM INTELLECT AND WILL ... WoO: FREE…
18 terms
Biomedical Ethics Copy
deontology
utilitarianism
altruism
egoism
judges morality by examining the nature of actions and the wi…
actions are right to the degree that they tend to promote the…
any theory that seeks to extend benefits not only to self but…
promotes the greatest good for the self alone
deontology
judges morality by examining the nature of actions and the wi…
utilitarianism
actions are right to the degree that they tend to promote the…
20 terms
Bio 176 - Final - Ethics
Bob Zeek
Bob Swindells
Young Logger
Chris Maser
demand and intrinsic, felt something else had intrinsic value…
Intrinsic
demand, discussed the jobs the forest created, not emotional…
need coarse woody debris to regrow the forests, instrumental
Bob Zeek
demand and intrinsic, felt something else had intrinsic value…
Bob Swindells
Intrinsic
Bio-Medical Ethics (exam #1)
Ethics
Metaethics
Normative Ethical Theories
Applied Ethics
-a branch of philosophy... -study of moral values/principles... -th…
questions that define rightness from wrongness
provide principles of right/good action
applied ethical theories to specific topics
Ethics
-a branch of philosophy... -study of moral values/principles... -th…
Metaethics
questions that define rightness from wrongness
13 terms
ATS GCSE Biology - Stem cells
Stem cell
Stem cells are found
Zygote
Embryo
Undifferentiated cell of an organism
Zygote ... Embryo's... Adult bone marrow... Meristem in plants
Formed when an egg and sperm fuse... = A single new cell
Hollow ball of cells formed from Zygote... (Inner cells of embry…
Stem cell
Undifferentiated cell of an organism
Stem cells are found
Zygote ... Embryo's... Adult bone marrow... Meristem in plants
93 terms
AICE Biology Chapter 5
What are the five stages of cell divis…
What are the two types of cell division
Why do cells reproduce?
How long does it take to divid epithel…
Interphase, prophase (early and late), metaphase, anaphase, a…
Mitosis and meiosis
1) Growth-The nuclei of the two daughter cells formed have th…
Epithelial cells are divided every 10 hours.
What are the five stages of cell divis…
Interphase, prophase (early and late), metaphase, anaphase, a…
What are the two types of cell division
Mitosis and meiosis
30 terms
Introduction to Biology chapter 1
Biology
Key concepts of biology
organism
cells
The science of life.
the origins and history of life, the structure of living thin…
anything that has or once had all the characteristics of life…
cells are the basic unit of structure and function, all organ…
Biology
The science of life.
Key concepts of biology
the origins and history of life, the structure of living thin…
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