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Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Chapter 3)
proteins
nucleus
molecules
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
three-dimensional molecules that serve a wide variety of func…
a structure (organelle) found in all eukaryotic cells. contai…
structures made up of two or more atoms. can combine with its…
the double-stranded molecule that contains the genetic code.…
proteins
three-dimensional molecules that serve a wide variety of func…
nucleus
a structure (organelle) found in all eukaryotic cells. contai…
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Chapter 3: Introduction to Physical Layer
Data must be
Data can be
Analog data
Digital data
transformed to electromagnetic signals to be transmitted.
analog or digital.
are continuous and take continuous values.
have discrete states and take discrete values.
Data must be
transformed to electromagnetic signals to be transmitted.
Data can be
analog or digital.
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Introduction to Physical Anthropology Chapter 3
proteins
nucleus
molecules
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
Three-dimensional molecules that serve a wide variety of func…
A structure(organelle) found in all eukaryotic cells. The nuc…
Structures made up of two or more atoms. Molecules can combin…
The double-stranded molecule that contains the genetic code.…
proteins
Three-dimensional molecules that serve a wide variety of func…
nucleus
A structure(organelle) found in all eukaryotic cells. The nuc…
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Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Chapter 3)
proteins
nucleus
molecules
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
three-dimensional molecules that serve a wide variety of func…
a structure (organelle) found in all eukaryotic cells. contai…
structures made up of two or more atoms. can combine with its…
the double-stranded molecule that contains the genetic code.…
proteins
three-dimensional molecules that serve a wide variety of func…
nucleus
a structure (organelle) found in all eukaryotic cells. contai…
Introduction to Physics: Chapter 3
What causes changes in motion?
According to Aristotle, what were the…
Natural motion
Violent Motion
Forces
Natural motion and violent motion.
Originally thought to caused by objects seeking to find their…
Imposed motion caused by forces that pushed or pulled. An ext…
What causes changes in motion?
Forces
According to Aristotle, what were the…
Natural motion and violent motion.
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Physical Science
science
observing
inferring
predicting
the study of the natural world
using one or more senses to gather information
explaining your observations
making a forecast of what will happen in the future based on…
science
the study of the natural world
observing
using one or more senses to gather information
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Physical Science
science
observing
inferring
predicting
the study of the natural world
using one or more senses to gather information
explaining your observations
making a forecast of what will happen in the future based on…
science
the study of the natural world
observing
using one or more senses to gather information
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Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Chapter 3) 3
codons
transfer RNA (tRNA)
mutation
gene
triplets of mRNA bases that code for specific amino acids dur…
a type of RNA that binds to specific amino acids and transpor…
a change in DNA. the term can refer to changes in DNA bases (…
a sequence of DNA bases that specifies the order of amino aci…
codons
triplets of mRNA bases that code for specific amino acids dur…
transfer RNA (tRNA)
a type of RNA that binds to specific amino acids and transpor…
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Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Chapter 3) 2
somatic cells
gametes
zygote
nucleotides
all the cells in the body except for those involved in reprod…
reproductive cells (eggs and sperm) developed from precursor…
a cell formed by the union of an egg cell and a sperm cell. c…
basic units of DNA molecule, composed of a sugar, a phosphate…
somatic cells
all the cells in the body except for those involved in reprod…
gametes
reproductive cells (eggs and sperm) developed from precursor…
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Introduction to Physical Therapy 4th edition Chapter 3 The Physical Therapist Assistant
acceptable standard of care
active members
advisory panel of PTA
Affiliate Assembly
Standards established by the APTA for the delivery of physica…
Former membership category in the ATPA for the physical thera…
Unit within the APTA consisting of five PTA members who provi…
Past component of the APTA that represented and was composed…
acceptable standard of care
Standards established by the APTA for the delivery of physica…
active members
Former membership category in the ATPA for the physical thera…
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Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Chapter 3) 5
exons
mitosis
meiosis
recombination
segments of genes that are transcribed and are involved in pr…
simple cell division, the process by which somatic cells divi…
cell division in specialized cells in ovaries and testes. 2 d…
the exchange of genetic material between paired chromosomes d…
exons
segments of genes that are transcribed and are involved in pr…
mitosis
simple cell division, the process by which somatic cells divi…
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Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Chapter 3) 4
homeobox genes
sickle cell anemia
point mutation
chromatin
an evolutionarily ancient family of regulatory genes that dir…
a severe inherited hemoglobin disorder in which RBCs collapse…
a change in one of the four DNA bases
the form of DNA that is present when the cell is not dividing…
homeobox genes
an evolutionarily ancient family of regulatory genes that dir…
sickle cell anemia
a severe inherited hemoglobin disorder in which RBCs collapse…
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Introduction to Physical Anthropology (Chapter 3) 1
proteins
nucleus
molecules
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
three-dimensional molecules that serve a wide variety of func…
a structure (organelle) found in all eukaryotic cells. contai…
structures made up of two or more atoms. can combine with its…
the double-stranded molecule that contains the genetic code.…
proteins
three-dimensional molecules that serve a wide variety of func…
nucleus
a structure (organelle) found in all eukaryotic cells. contai…
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Physical Geography: Introduction to the Atmosphere Chapter 3
Total mass
Permanent Gasses
Variable gasses
Particulates
More than 50% of the total mass is below 6km
Nitrogen, Oxygen, Argon
Water vapour, carbon dioxide, ozone
Tiny solid and liquid particles
Total mass
More than 50% of the total mass is below 6km
Permanent Gasses
Nitrogen, Oxygen, Argon
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Introduction-Chapter 3
illustrious
agitate
entice
ascension
well known, famous
moving violently
attract, lure
moving upward, rising
illustrious
well known, famous
agitate
moving violently
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Chapter 3: Medical Terminology; Introduction to Physical Therapy I
uni-
bi-
anter/o
dist/o
one
two
front
away (from the point of attachment of body part)
uni-
one
bi-
two
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Chapter 3 Self Introduction
はじめまして。
ぼくはヘーミッシュです。
オーストラリア人です。
三十四さいです。
Hello (for the first time)
I am Hamish.
I am Australian.
I am 34 years old.
はじめまして。
Hello (for the first time)
ぼくはヘーミッシュです。
I am Hamish.
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Chapter 3 Introduction to Functions
continuous data
discrete data
function
function rule
data where numbers between any two data values have meaning.…
data that involve a count of items. Graph the data poins and…
a rule that assigns to each input value exactly one output va…
an equation that describes a function
continuous data
data where numbers between any two data values have meaning.…
discrete data
data that involve a count of items. Graph the data poins and…
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Introduction to Corrections - Chapter 3
Absconders
Bail
Bondsman
Day reporting center
People who fail to appear for a court date and have no legiti…
An amount of money, specified by a judge, to be posted as a c…
An independent businessperson who provides bail money for a f…
Facility where offenders such as pretrial releases and probat…
Absconders
People who fail to appear for a court date and have no legiti…
Bail
An amount of money, specified by a judge, to be posted as a c…
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Chapter 3 Vocabulary: Introduction to Matter
matter
chemistry
substance
physical property
anything that has mass and takes up space
the study of matter and how it changes
a single kind of matter that is pure, meaning it always has a…
a characteristic of a substance that can be observed without…
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
chemistry
the study of matter and how it changes
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Chapter 3 Physical and Chemical Properties
matter
property
mass
chemical property
anything that has mass and volume
characteristic of a substance
amount of matter in a substance
property that describes how a substance changes into a new su…
matter
anything that has mass and volume
property
characteristic of a substance
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Chapter 3 An Introduction to Matter
Element
Molecule
Atom
Chemical bond
A pure substance that cannot be broken down into other substa…
A neutral group of two or more atoms held together by covalen…
The basic particle from which all elements are made, the smal…
The force of attraction that holds two atoms together
Element
A pure substance that cannot be broken down into other substa…
Molecule
A neutral group of two or more atoms held together by covalen…
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CCNA Introduction to Networks Chapter 3
B. 802.11
D. The host can communicate with other…
B. ARP
C. A client host and a server running…
Which IEEE standard enables a wireless NIC to connect to a wi…
If the default gateway is configured incorrectly on the host,…
Which protocol is used by a computer to find the MAC address…
What is an advantage of network devices using open standard p…
B. 802.11
Which IEEE standard enables a wireless NIC to connect to a wi…
D. The host can communicate with other…
If the default gateway is configured incorrectly on the host,…
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CCNA Introduction to Networks Chapter 3
B. 802.11
D. The host can communicate with other…
B. ARP
C. A client host and a server running…
Which IEEE standard enables a wireless NIC to connect to a wi…
If the default gateway is configured incorrectly on the host,…
Which protocol is used by a computer to find the MAC address…
What is an advantage of network devices using open standard p…
B. 802.11
Which IEEE standard enables a wireless NIC to connect to a wi…
D. The host can communicate with other…
If the default gateway is configured incorrectly on the host,…
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Introduction to Policing - Chapter 3
Beat
Blue flu
Bureaucracy
Chain of command
The smallest geographical area an individual officer can patr…
Informal job actions by officers in which they call in sick a…
An organizational model marked by hierarchy, promotion on pro…
Managerial concept stating that each individual in an organiz…
Beat
The smallest geographical area an individual officer can patr…
Blue flu
Informal job actions by officers in which they call in sick a…
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Chapter 3 Intro to Physics
measurement
calibrated scale
dimension
instrument
is a comparison of a dimension of an object or substance to a…
using an instrument with a _______ scale
are measureable properties of matter and energy
is an artificial device made to refine, extend, or substitute…
measurement
is a comparison of a dimension of an object or substance to a…
calibrated scale
using an instrument with a _______ scale
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Chapter 3 - Introduction to TCP/IP
DoD Reference Model
Process/Application Layer
Host-to-Host Layer
Internet Layer
A condensed version of the OSI model that comprises four inst…
- A vast array of protocols join forces and integrate the var…
- Parallels the functions of the OSI's Transport layer, defin…
- Corresponds to the OSI's Network layer, designating the pro…
DoD Reference Model
A condensed version of the OSI model that comprises four inst…
Process/Application Layer
- A vast array of protocols join forces and integrate the var…
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Chapter 3: Introduction to Matter
Matter
Chemistry
Substance
Physical property
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
The study of matter and how it changes.
A single kind of matter that is pure and has a specific set o…
A characteristic or property of a substance that can be obser…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
Chemistry
The study of matter and how it changes.
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Chapter 3: Introduction to Matter
matter
chemistry
substance
element
anything that has mass and takes up space
the study of matter and how matter changes
single kind of matter that is pure with a specific makeup or…
substance that cannot be broken down into any other substance…
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
chemistry
the study of matter and how matter changes
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Chapter 3 | Introduction to Graphing
Cartesian plane
Point
Distance
Line
4 planes (posotive AND negative, origin (0,0))
A location with no dimensions
Between 2 points (the shortest = straight line)
Straight edge, passes through and beyond points
Cartesian plane
4 planes (posotive AND negative, origin (0,0))
Point
A location with no dimensions
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Chapter 3 Introduction To ESE
Parents and Family Are
The Benefits of Parents and Family Inv…
Parents and Teachers Often Share Eagle:
Teachers and Other School Personnel Sh…
- Parents Are the Child's Best Advocates (As Early As 1921 Na…
- Parents Want to Be Involved in Their Child's Education - Ca…
Helping Your Child Succeed in School. Research Establishes a…
- Recognize at All Families Are Different... - Understand That E…
Parents and Family Are
- Parents Are the Child's Best Advocates (As Early As 1921 Na…
The Benefits of Parents and Family Inv…
- Parents Want to Be Involved in Their Child's Education - Ca…
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Physical Science
science
observing
inferring
predicting
the study of the natural world
using one or more senses to gather information
explaining your observations
making a forecast of what will happen in the future based on…
science
the study of the natural world
observing
using one or more senses to gather information
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Chapter 3- Introduction to Cells
Cytology
Robert Hooke
Robert Brown
Schleiden
the study of cells
coined the term "cell"
described nucleus inside cells
all plants are composed of cells
Cytology
the study of cells
Robert Hooke
coined the term "cell"
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Chapter 3 - An Introduction to Organic Compounds: Nomenclature, Physical Properties, and Representation of Structure
alcohol
alkane
alkyl halide
alkyl subtituent
a compound with an OH group in place of one of the hydrogens…
a hydrocarbon that contains only single bonds.
a compound with a halogen in place in one of the hydrogens of…
a substituent formed by removing a hydrogen from an alkane.
alcohol
a compound with an OH group in place of one of the hydrogens…
alkane
a hydrocarbon that contains only single bonds.
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Chapter 3 Introduction to the Atmosphere
Air
Permanent Gases
Water Vapor
Carbon Dioxide
-A mixture of gases, mainly nitrogen and oxygen. ... -Contains s…
Nitrogen: 78%... - added to the air by the decay and burning of…
water in the form of gas ... - invisible ... ex: clouds.
CO2; minor gas in the atmosphere ; one of the greenhouse gase…
Air
-A mixture of gases, mainly nitrogen and oxygen. ... -Contains s…
Permanent Gases
Nitrogen: 78%... - added to the air by the decay and burning of…
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Introduction to Business - Chapter 3
exporting
importing
balance of trade
balance of payments
selling domestically produced goods and services to foreign n…
buying foreign goods and services
difference between a nation's exports and imports
overall money flows into and out of a country
exporting
selling domestically produced goods and services to foreign n…
importing
buying foreign goods and services
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Introduction to Business Chapter 3
Absolute advantage
Balance of payments
Balance of trade
Bitcoin
The capability to produce a product more efficiently than any…
The total flow of money into and out of a country due to inte…
The difference (in monetary... terms) between annual imports and…
A so-called cyber currency that is... not backed by any national…
Absolute advantage
The capability to produce a product more efficiently than any…
Balance of payments
The total flow of money into and out of a country due to inte…
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Introduction to Catholicism Chapter 3
Divine
Catechesis
Charism
Church Fathers
of or pertaining to God.
an education of children, young people, and adults in the fai…
a specific gift or grace of the Holy Spirit which directly or…
Church teachers and writers of the early centuries whose teac…
Divine
of or pertaining to God.
Catechesis
an education of children, young people, and adults in the fai…
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Chapter 3 Introduction to Matter
matter
Chemistry
substance
physical property
anything that has mass and takes up space
the study of matter and how matter changes
a single kind of matter that is pure and has a specific makeu…
a characteristic of a substance that can be observed without…
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
Chemistry
the study of matter and how matter changes
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Chapter 3 Introduction to the Atmosphere
Air
Permanent Gases
Water Vapor
Carbon Dioxide
-A mixture of gases, mainly nitrogen and oxygen. ... -Contains s…
Nitrogen: 78%... - added to the air by the decay and burning of…
water in the form of gas ... - invisible ... ex: clouds.
CO2; minor gas in the atmosphere ; one of the greenhouse gase…
Air
-A mixture of gases, mainly nitrogen and oxygen. ... -Contains s…
Permanent Gases
Nitrogen: 78%... - added to the air by the decay and burning of…
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Introduction to Economics: Chapter 3
profit motive
open opportunity
legal equality
private property rights
the force that encourages people and organizations to improve…
the concept that everyone can compete in the marketplace
the concept of giving everyone the same legal rights
the concept that people have the right and privilege to contr…
profit motive
the force that encourages people and organizations to improve…
open opportunity
the concept that everyone can compete in the marketplace
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Chapter 3 - Introduction to Vision
Electromagnetic spectrum
wavelength
visible light
what are the approximate ranges of wav…
a continuum of electromagnetic energy that is produced by ele…
the distance between the peaks of the electromagnetic waves.
the energy within the electromagnetic spectrum that humans ca…
400-700 nanometers
Electromagnetic spectrum
a continuum of electromagnetic energy that is produced by ele…
wavelength
the distance between the peaks of the electromagnetic waves.
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 3
Adolescent-limited offenders
Anomie
Antisocial personality
Collective efficacy
kids who get into minor scrapes as youths but whose misbehavi…
the absence or weakness of rules, norms, or guidelines on wha…
a personality characterized by a lack of warmth and feeling,…
a condition of mutual trust and cooperation that develops in…
Adolescent-limited offenders
kids who get into minor scrapes as youths but whose misbehavi…
Anomie
the absence or weakness of rules, norms, or guidelines on wha…
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chapter 3 Science Introduction to matter holt science and technology
Element
Pure Substance
Metal
Nonmetal
A substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simp…
A sample of matter, either a single element or a single compo…
A element that is shiny and conducts heat and electricity as…
an element that conducts heat and electricity poorly
Element
A substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simp…
Pure Substance
A sample of matter, either a single element or a single compo…
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Introduction to Psychology: Chapter 3
Be able to Label a Neuron
How do neutrons communicate within the…
Action Potential
Steps of Action Potential
The signal is received by dendrites, transmitted to the cell…
Change in electrical charge that occurs in a neuron when a ne…
The number of positive ions exceeds the number of negative io…
Be able to Label a Neuron
How do neutrons communicate within the…
The signal is received by dendrites, transmitted to the cell…
Chapter 1 Introduction to Physical Science
science
observing
inferring
predicting
the study of the natural world
using one or more senses to gather information
reaching a conclusion about something from known facts or evi…
making a forecast of what will happen in the future based on…
science
the study of the natural world
observing
using one or more senses to gather information
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Chapter 1 - Introduction to Physical Science
Science
Observing
Qualitative Observation
Quantitative Observation
A way of learning about the natural world by gathering inform…
Using one or more of your senses to gather information.
Descriptions that don't involve numbers or measurements. ex.…
Measurement or amount. ex. height or weight
Science
A way of learning about the natural world by gathering inform…
Observing
Using one or more of your senses to gather information.
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Science Chapter 3 - Introduction to Matter
Chemical property
Chemistry
Matter
Molecule
Describes the ability of a substance to change into a new sub…
The study of matter and how matter changes
Anything that has mass and takes up space
A group of two or more atoms that are held together by chemic…
Chemical property
Describes the ability of a substance to change into a new sub…
Chemistry
The study of matter and how matter changes
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Chapter 3: An Introduction to Metabolism
activation energy
active site
allosteric regulation
anabolic pathway
amount of energy that reactants must absorb before a chemical…
specific region of an enzyme that binds the substrate and tha…
the binding of a regulatory molecule to a protein at one site…
consumes energy to synthesize a complex molecule from simpler…
activation energy
amount of energy that reactants must absorb before a chemical…
active site
specific region of an enzyme that binds the substrate and tha…
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Chapter 3 Introduction to Matter
matter
Chemistry
substance
physical property
anything that has mass and takes up space
the study of matter and how matter changes
a single kind of matter that is pure and has a specific makeu…
a characteristic of a substance that can be observed without…
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
Chemistry
the study of matter and how matter changes
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