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BMS Spanish Introduction Notes
What is your name?
My name is
What is his/her name?
His/her name is
¿CÓMO TE LLAMAS?
Me llamo
¿Cómo se llama?
El / ella se llama
What is your name?
¿CÓMO TE LLAMAS?
My name is
Me llamo
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PES: BM - 1: Introduction
Biomechanics
Biomechanics 3 Main areas
Clinical
Ergonomics
The Study of movement using applied physics and anatomy
- Clinical... - Ergonomics... - Sport Biomechanics
e.g. helping people with cerebral palsy to improve walking pa…
How forces effect the body during work or everyday life
Biomechanics
The Study of movement using applied physics and anatomy
Biomechanics 3 Main areas
- Clinical... - Ergonomics... - Sport Biomechanics
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1.1 introduction to BM
business
Primary sector
Quaternary sector
Secondary sector
organizations involved in the production of goods /and or the…
businesses involved in the cultivation or extraction of natur…
subcategory of the tertiary group, refers to businesses invol…
business activity is concerned with the construction and manu…
business
organizations involved in the production of goods /and or the…
Primary sector
businesses involved in the cultivation or extraction of natur…
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BMS 379-Lecture 1 Introduction
What is the major risk factor of devel…
What contributes to developing cancer?
What regulatory processes tend to be d…
What is the major risk factor in terms…
-Increasing age
-normal biological proccesses of cell divison & differentiati…
-Cell division... -Differentiation
-Environmental in terms of kind... -observation of migrants... -nat…
What is the major risk factor of devel…
-Increasing age
What contributes to developing cancer?
-normal biological proccesses of cell divison & differentiati…
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BM, Chapter One, Introduction to Management
Management
Senior Management
Middle Management
Supervisory Management
The process of deciding how best to use a business's resource…
Highest level of management.
Responsible for meeting the goals that senior management sets.
Lowest level of management; oversees day-to-day operations.
Management
The process of deciding how best to use a business's resource…
Senior Management
Highest level of management.
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BMS6-Module1
Positive Numbers
Negative Numbers
Opposites
Integers
Numbers that are greater than 1. They can be written with or…
Numbers that are less than 1. They MUST be written with a neg…
Numbers that are the same distance from 0 on the number line,…
The set of all whole numbers and their opposites.
Positive Numbers
Numbers that are greater than 1. They can be written with or…
Negative Numbers
Numbers that are less than 1. They MUST be written with a neg…
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bm 6
Minerva
How was Minerva born?
Who were the 2 deities who wanted the…
Cecrops
goddess of wisdom; war-like; presided over arts of both men a…
of jupiter from his brain, mature and in complete armour
Neptune and Minerva
the first king of athens
Minerva
goddess of wisdom; war-like; presided over arts of both men a…
How was Minerva born?
of jupiter from his brain, mature and in complete armour
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BMS 1- Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry (Kinder)
What is a pharmacophore?
What is the structure activity relatio…
What factors affect the dose of a drug…
What is toxicity? What is the most imp…
The core structure/scaffold on which functional groups are ad…
The connection between the components and orientation of a mo…
ADMET (absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, and t…
The degree to which a substance can damage organisms, whether…
What is a pharmacophore?
The core structure/scaffold on which functional groups are ad…
What is the structure activity relatio…
The connection between the components and orientation of a mo…
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BMS Topic 6 Part 6
The main input to the ANS is from
These neurons are largely associated w…
In most cases the activation of autono…
The output of the ANS is from
autonomic sensory neurons.
internal environment in the body (e.g. blood pressure, blood…
consciously perceived
autonomic motor neurons.
The main input to the ANS is from
autonomic sensory neurons.
These neurons are largely associated w…
internal environment in the body (e.g. blood pressure, blood…
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BMS 1: Pharmacodynamics introduction and G-proteins
Define pharmacodynamics.
Define pharmacokinetics.
Non-protein targets for drugs (5)
Protein targets of drugs (4)
Pharmacodynamics studies the effect of drugs on their target…
The study of how the body responds to the introduction of dru…
1. Osmotic diuretics... 2. Chelating agents (Form bonds with met…
1. RECEPTORS... 2. Enzymes... 3. Transport proteins... 4. Cytoskleleta…
Define pharmacodynamics.
Pharmacodynamics studies the effect of drugs on their target…
Define pharmacokinetics.
The study of how the body responds to the introduction of dru…
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BMS 212 - Introduction to Microbiology - Exam 1
The primary ecological function of fun…
Which of the following represent(s) th…
Pili are tubular shafts in ______ bact…
Microbiologists must contend with uniq…
D
D
D
E
The primary ecological function of fun…
D
Which of the following represent(s) th…
D
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Introduction to Microbiology BMS 212 Exam 1
Microbiology
Fungi, Protazoa, Helminths, Algae, Bac…
Prokaryote
Archae
The study of organisms to small to be seen without magnificat…
Microorganisms include...
Group of organisms that have no nuclei, reproduce asexually,…
Microbe that is a prokaryote, has a cell wall but no peptidog…
Microbiology
The study of organisms to small to be seen without magnificat…
Fungi, Protazoa, Helminths, Algae, Bac…
Microorganisms include...
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BMS 6 - Enzyme Regulation
Do enzymes act in isolation? If not, t…
What is Km?
Why is the Km usually at homeostatic l…
What is enzyme output regulated by?
No, they are part of cascade pathways... Nutrients, injuries, e…
Substrate concentration where reaction is at 1/2 Vmax
Allows for effect control in response to changes in substrate…
The Rate-limiting Step
Do enzymes act in isolation? If not, t…
No, they are part of cascade pathways... Nutrients, injuries, e…
What is Km?
Substrate concentration where reaction is at 1/2 Vmax
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BMS Topic 6 Part 5
A nerve is a bundle of axons (100s to…
The axons are contained within protect…
Nerves also contain
Individual axons (unmyelinated or myel…
CNS (i.e. the brain and spinal cord).
connective tissue.
blood vessels.
endoneurium.
A nerve is a bundle of axons (100s to…
CNS (i.e. the brain and spinal cord).
The axons are contained within protect…
connective tissue.
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BMS Topic 6 Part 9
Smell and taste are
The sensations of smell and taste aris…
Impulses caused by activating these re…
1
chemical senses.
odorants and tastants (chemicals) with specialised receptors.
CNS - consciously and subconsciously.
Smell and taste are
chemical senses.
The sensations of smell and taste aris…
odorants and tastants (chemicals) with specialised receptors.
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BMS 100 Ch. 6
conception
contraception
contraceptive
abortion
fusion of ovum and sperm, resulting in a fertilized egg, or z…
prevention of conception through the use of a device, substan…
agent that can prevent conception.
artificially induced expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the…
conception
fusion of ovum and sperm, resulting in a fertilized egg, or z…
contraception
prevention of conception through the use of a device, substan…
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BMS Topic 6 Part 2
To understand why neurons are excitabl…
VERY IMPORTANT!!! The polar heads prev…
charged particles (e.g. cations and an…
Membrane potential refers to the diffe…
the structure of the plasma membrane
charged particles (e.g. cations and anions) through the membr…
Img 1
voltage between the inside and the outside of the cell.
To understand why neurons are excitabl…
the structure of the plasma membrane
VERY IMPORTANT!!! The polar heads prev…
charged particles (e.g. cations and anions) through the membr…
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BMS Topic 6 Part 3
There are two major components of neur…
Action potential are a rapid and brief…
They are all-or-
Action potentials are the primary unit…
The generation of action potentials... The release of neurotran…
the membrane potential.
none events (you never see half an action potential).
information in the nervous system.
There are two major components of neur…
The generation of action potentials... The release of neurotran…
Action potential are a rapid and brief…
the membrane potential.
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Science 6: Introduction to Energy
energy
kinetic energy
potential energy
mechanical energy
the ability to cause change
the energy of motion; it depends on mass and speed
stored energy due to gravity and chemical composition
the sum of an object's kinetic energy (motion)and potential e…
energy
the ability to cause change
kinetic energy
the energy of motion; it depends on mass and speed
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IB BM Unit 1.1 Introduction to business management
Business plan
Businesses
Consumers
Customers
The document that sets out the business ideas, its goals and…
Organisations involved in the production of goods and/or the…
The people or organisations who actually use a product
The people or organisations that buy the products
Business plan
The document that sets out the business ideas, its goals and…
Businesses
Organisations involved in the production of goods and/or the…
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Lethas BM deel 6
de auto
de man
de vrouw
het kind
de auto
de man
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BMS Literacy 6 Vocab 6(a)
agenda
amiable
befuddle
blight
(NOUN) the program for a meeting; a list, outline, or plan of…
(ADJECTIVE) friendly, good-natured
(VERB) to confuse, make stupid
(NOUN) a disease that causes plants to wither and die; a cond…
agenda
(NOUN) the program for a meeting; a list, outline, or plan of…
amiable
(ADJECTIVE) friendly, good-natured
WWTW list 6 BMS
omni
ex
poly
re
all
out
many
again
omni
all
ex
out
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BMS 302 - Exp #6
Which photoreceptor is responsible for…
Which photoreceptor is responsible for…
The relative concentrations of cones i…
The relative concentrations of rods is…
Rods
Cones
fovea; periphery
periphery; fovea
Which photoreceptor is responsible for…
Rods
Which photoreceptor is responsible for…
Cones
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BMS Topic 6 Part 1
What are the major divisions of the ne…
The central nervous system =
The peripheral nervous system = csges
The peripheral nervous system can be d…
The central nervous system (CNS) and The peripheral nervous s…
brain and spinal cord
cranial nerves and branches, ... spinal nerves and branches, ... ga…
The sensory division, The motor division
What are the major divisions of the ne…
The central nervous system (CNS) and The peripheral nervous s…
The central nervous system =
brain and spinal cord
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Science 6: Introduction to Energy
energy
kinetic energy
potential energy
energy transformation
the ability to cause change
the energy of motion; it depends on mass and speed
stored energy
when energy changes from one form to another form
energy
the ability to cause change
kinetic energy
the energy of motion; it depends on mass and speed
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BMS6-Ancient Egypt
delta
silt
papyrus
unify
a triangular-shaped area of soil at the mouth of a river that…
a mixture of soil and small rocks
valuable crop used to make paper
to unite
delta
a triangular-shaped area of soil at the mouth of a river that…
silt
a mixture of soil and small rocks
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BMS - Langenscheidt - Tranche 6
les vêtements
la mode
élégant/élégante
s'habiller
die Kleidung
die Mode
elegant (m/w)
sich anziehen
les vêtements
die Kleidung
la mode
die Mode
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BMS6-Ancient China
loess
terrace
levee
double cropping
yellowish brown soil that blows in from the desert
platforms of earth that look like stairs
a wall that keeps floodwaters from destroying buildings
2 crops are grown on the same land in the same year.
loess
yellowish brown soil that blows in from the desert
terrace
platforms of earth that look like stairs
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BMS6-Greece
agora
plunder
myth
immortal
outdoor marketplace
valuables seized in wartime
a story about the gods and goddesses
to live forever
agora
outdoor marketplace
plunder
valuables seized in wartime
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BMS6-Mesopotamia
civilization
fertile
irrigation
city-state
a group of people who have a complex, organized society
rich soil
methods for watering crops
a city that is an individual unit, complete with its own form…
civilization
a group of people who have a complex, organized society
fertile
rich soil
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BMS 208 Ch. 6
Functions of Skeletal System
Tissues of the Skeletal System
Dense Irregular Connective Tissue
Hyaline Cartilage
1. Support & Protection- Structural support/framework, protec…
1. Dense Irregular Connective Tissue... 2. Hyaline Cartilage... 3.…
Bundles of collagen fibers extending in all directions. Withs…
Most common, weakest, glassy in appearance. Soft tissue flexi…
Functions of Skeletal System
1. Support & Protection- Structural support/framework, protec…
Tissues of the Skeletal System
1. Dense Irregular Connective Tissue... 2. Hyaline Cartilage... 3.…
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Introduction Unit: Verbs 6 2ESO
want
have
live
wake up
want
have
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Ch.6 Introduction to Atoms
atom
electron
nucleus
electron cloud
the smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties…
a subatomic particle that has a negative charge
in physical science, an atom's central region, which is made…
a region around the nucleus of an atom where electrons are li…
atom
the smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties…
electron
a subatomic particle that has a negative charge
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BMS6-Ancient Rome
patrician
plebian
republic
representative
wealthy, power Roman citizen
common Roman citizen with little wealth or power
government where citizens have the right to vote
one elected to represent the people
patrician
wealthy, power Roman citizen
plebian
common Roman citizen with little wealth or power
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BMS Topic 6, part 11
What are the three (3) main structures…
The Ear
What are the components of the externa…
What is the tympanic membrane
1.The external ear - collects sound waves and channels them i…
The Auricle... The external auditory canal... The tympanic membrane
It is a thin layer of connective tissue covered by skin on th…
What are the three (3) main structures…
1.The external ear - collects sound waves and channels them i…
The Ear
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1.1 Introduction to business management (BM PJW IB1)
durable consumer goods
non-durable consumer goods
capital goods
Factors of production (FOP)
business-to-consumer B2C: good can be used more than once
business-to-consumer B2C: good can be used only once
used to produce other products, business-to-business B2B or b…
- Land: space where operating from (natural resources: sites…
durable consumer goods
business-to-consumer B2C: good can be used more than once
non-durable consumer goods
business-to-consumer B2C: good can be used only once
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BMS6-Early Man
prehistory
archaeology
artifact
migrate
a long period of time before people developed systems of writ…
the study of the ways of past cultures through objects left b…
an object made by people long ago
to move from one area to another
prehistory
a long period of time before people developed systems of writ…
archaeology
the study of the ways of past cultures through objects left b…
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BMS Topic 6, Part 12
What are the two types of equilibrium…
Static equilibrium refers to
Receptors for static equilibrium respo…
Dynamic equilibrium refers to
Static equilibrium & Dynamic equilibrium
the maintenance of body position relative to the force of gra…
head tilting and linear acceleration/deceleration
the maintenance of body position in response to rotational mo…
What are the two types of equilibrium…
Static equilibrium & Dynamic equilibrium
Static equilibrium refers to
the maintenance of body position relative to the force of gra…
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BMS Unit 6 Digestive
oral cavity
salivary glands
mucosa
mucosa
mechanical and chemical breakdown of food
chemical breakdown
deepest layer of tissue
simple columnar epithelial tissue, areolar, thin smooth muscle
oral cavity
mechanical and chemical breakdown of food
salivary glands
chemical breakdown
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Behavioral Medicine - BM 1 Introduction - EXAM I
Health-related behaviors are responsib…
Patients with the attitude "It's my do…
What is Behavioral Medicine?
Behavioral medicine is concerned, for…
50%
collaborative care... (patients take an active role in their ow…
Is an interdisciplinary field of research and practice that f…
overeating and drug abuse
Health-related behaviors are responsib…
50%
Patients with the attitude "It's my do…
collaborative care... (patients take an active role in their ow…
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BMS Exam Powerpoint 6
Structure of DNA
Parts of a nucleotide
Types of Nitrogenous bases
Connection of nucleotids
Macromolecule made up of nucleotides
phosphate group... sugar... nitrogenous base
Adenine... Guaning... Cytosine... thymine
phosphate group connects to sugar
Structure of DNA
Macromolecule made up of nucleotides
Parts of a nucleotide
phosphate group... sugar... nitrogenous base
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Science 6: Introduction to Energy
energy
kinetic energy
potential energy
mechanical energy
the ability to cause change
the energy of motion; it depends on mass and speed
stored energy due to gravity and chemical composition
the sum of an object's kinetic energy (motion)and potential e…
energy
the ability to cause change
kinetic energy
the energy of motion; it depends on mass and speed
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BMS module 6
Taking an x-ray film from the back to…
A coronal plane of view looks at body…
A scout film of the abdomen is a(n):
An x-ray procedure that is used to eva…
Posterior-anterior
Sections from top to bottom
KUB
A chest x-ray
Taking an x-ray film from the back to…
Posterior-anterior
A coronal plane of view looks at body…
Sections from top to bottom
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BMS6-Mesopotamia Hill
civilization
fertile
plain
plateau
a group of people who have a complex, organized society
rich soil
area of flat land
an area of high, flat land
civilization
a group of people who have a complex, organized society
fertile
rich soil
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Grade 6 Introduction
Hola
Buenos días
buenas tardes
buenas noches
Hi/Hello
good morning
good afternoon
good evening
Hola
Hi/Hello
Buenos días
good morning
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Junior BM Set 6
beg
jag
kad
lelaki
beg
jag
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BMS Unit 6 Urinary
retroperitoneal
capsule
cortex
medulla
location of the kidneys
external layer of the kidney, fibrous
around rim of kidney, outermost functional tissue
inner most rim of functional tissue, also called medulla pyra…
retroperitoneal
location of the kidneys
capsule
external layer of the kidney, fibrous
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BMS1042 Week 6
Historical research ethics
First international statement on ethics
10 points of Nuremberg code
NHMRC
No independent review process - self-regulation, peer review…
1947 Nuremberg Military Tribunal made a 10-point code after t…
Voluntary consent essential, beneficial for society, avoidanc…
National Health and Medical Research Council - publish Nation…
Historical research ethics
No independent review process - self-regulation, peer review…
First international statement on ethics
1947 Nuremberg Military Tribunal made a 10-point code after t…
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BMS Biochem Ch6
reversible enzyme inhibitors (2)
competitive inhibitor
Lineweaver Burk double recipricol plot
Lineweaver Burk plot presence of a com…
-competitive... -noncompetitive... -others exist
-in competition with the substrate for the active site on the…
1/V = (Km / Vmax ) x 1/ [S] + 1 / Vmax... ... y-axis = 1/Vmax ... x-a…
1/V=(1+[I]/Ki)(Km /Vmax)x1/[S] +1/Vmax... Km increases by an am…
reversible enzyme inhibitors (2)
-competitive... -noncompetitive... -others exist
competitive inhibitor
-in competition with the substrate for the active site on the…
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