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Introduction to Law-Chapter 6
Supremacy Clause
How does the constitution operate?
judicial review
separation of powers
Supremacy Clause The clause in the Constitution that makes th…
Under three general principles: ... 1. the concept of federalism…
This power gives the courts the right to review legislative e…
The constitutional doctrine that each of the three branches o…
Supremacy Clause
Supremacy Clause The clause in the Constitution that makes th…
How does the constitution operate?
Under three general principles: ... 1. the concept of federalism…
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Law
Assault
Assumption of a risk
Battery
Breach of duty
is the infringement on the mental security or tranquility of…
is knowing that a danger exists and voluntarily accepting the…
is the violation of another person's physical integrity.
failure to meet a prevailing standard of care
Assault
is the infringement on the mental security or tranquility of…
Assumption of a risk
is knowing that a danger exists and voluntarily accepting the…
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chapter 6: Introduction to law
tort law
objectives for fort law
negligence
unintentional tort: commission of act…
wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed against a p…
preservation of peace between individuals ... fault finding for…
commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent pe…
administring wrong dosage... administering wrong medication... admi…
tort law
wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed against a p…
objectives for fort law
preservation of peace between individuals ... fault finding for…
Chapter 6 Introduction to Law
Assault
Assumption of a risk
Battery
Breach of duty
is the infringement on the mental security or tranquility of…
is knowing that a danger exists and voluntarily accepting the…
is the violation of another person's physical integrity.
failure to meet a prevailing standard of care
Assault
is the infringement on the mental security or tranquility of…
Assumption of a risk
is knowing that a danger exists and voluntarily accepting the…
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Chapter 6: Introduction to Law
Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Negligence
Commission of an Act
•A tortt* is a civil wrong, other than a breach of contract,…
•Preservation of peace between individuals.... •Fault finding fo…
•Commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent p…
•Administering wrong medication. ... •Administering wrong dosage…
Tort Law
•A tortt* is a civil wrong, other than a breach of contract,…
Objectives of Tort Law
•Preservation of peace between individuals.... •Fault finding fo…
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Chapter 6: Introduction to Law
Tort Law
The tort law objectives are
the preservation of peace
deterrence
a civil wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed aga…
the preservation of peace (between individuals by providing a…
between individuals by providing a substitute for retaliation
to discourage the wrongdoer [tort-feasor' from committing fut…
Tort Law
a civil wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed aga…
The tort law objectives are
the preservation of peace (between individuals by providing a…
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Introduction to Law Chapter 6
statute of limitations
act of state doctrine
sovereign immunity
collusion
There is a time period established by the legislature with in…
American courts should not determine the validity of public a…
it is a basic principle of common law that no sovereign may b…
where the parties are not truly adversarial. Or when the pers…
statute of limitations
There is a time period established by the legislature with in…
act of state doctrine
American courts should not determine the validity of public a…
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Chapter 6: Introduction to Law
Tort Law
Objectives of tort law
Negligence
Commission of an act
Tort: a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed aga…
-preserve peace between individuals... -fault-finding for wrongd…
Commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent pe…
administering wrong medication, wrong dosage, or medication t…
Tort Law
Tort: a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed aga…
Objectives of tort law
-preserve peace between individuals... -fault-finding for wrongd…
Chapter 6: Introduction to Law
What is negligence?
Commission of an act:
What is a tort?
Omission of an act:
A tort, (a civil or personal wrong). It is the unintentional…
-Administering the wrong drug.... -Administering the wrong drug…
A civil wrong committed against a person or property for whic…
-Failure to administer medications.... -Failure to follow up on…
What is negligence?
A tort, (a civil or personal wrong). It is the unintentional…
Commission of an act:
-Administering the wrong drug.... -Administering the wrong drug…
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Chapter 6. Introduction to Law Enforcement
Objectivity
The motion and effects of projectiles…
Criminalistics
The seriousness of the offense
A primary characteristic of an effective investigator is?
Ballistics deal with?
The branch of forensic science that deals with physical evide…
Whether a juvenile is actually taken into custody usually dep…
Objectivity
A primary characteristic of an effective investigator is?
The motion and effects of projectiles…
Ballistics deal with?
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Chapter 6 - Introduction to Malaysian Law
Magistrate Court
Subordinate Court
Superior Courts
High Court
Criminal offences, where the maximum term of imprisonment doe…
All criminal offences not triable in the Magistrates' Courts…
High Courts... Court of Appeal... Federal Court
Criminal offense that carry the death penalty.... Civil cases s…
Magistrate Court
Criminal offences, where the maximum term of imprisonment doe…
Subordinate Court
All criminal offences not triable in the Magistrates' Courts…
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Ethics Chapter 6 Introduction to Law
assault
assumption of risk
battery
breach of duty
a deliberate threat coupled with the apparent present ability…
knowing that a danger exists and voluntarily accepting the ri…
the intentional touching of another's person without that per…
failure to conform to or the departure from a required obliga…
assault
a deliberate threat coupled with the apparent present ability…
assumption of risk
knowing that a danger exists and voluntarily accepting the ri…
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Chapter 6: Introduction to Law (9/29)
Tort
You don't want people taking the law i…
Negligence
A ____ is a wrong, other than
What's one of the main objectives of tort?
Commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent pe…
Tort
A ____ is a wrong, other than
You don't want people taking the law i…
What's one of the main objectives of tort?
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Law medical ethics
Learning Objectives
Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Identify & explain tort law.... Describe the elements of neglige…
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Learning Objectives
Identify & explain tort law.... Describe the elements of neglige…
Tort Law
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Law medical ethics
Learning Objectives
Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Identify & explain tort law.... Describe the elements of neglige…
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Learning Objectives
Identify & explain tort law.... Describe the elements of neglige…
Tort Law
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
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Intro to Law Chapter 6
Felony
Misdemeanor
Capital crime
Liability without fault
A serious crime (such as murder) that is punishable by death…
A crime that is punishable by less than one year in prison
A crime for which the death penalty may be imposed in states…
Strict Liability... Vicarious Liability
Felony
A serious crime (such as murder) that is punishable by death…
Misdemeanor
A crime that is punishable by less than one year in prison
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Introduction to Policing - Chapter 6
AIDS
Blue curtain
Blue wall of silence
Dirty Harry problem
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome. (p.183)
A concept developed by William Westley that claims police off…
A figurative protective barrier erected by the police in whic…
A moral dilemma faced by police officers in which they may fe…
AIDS
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome. (p.183)
Blue curtain
A concept developed by William Westley that claims police off…
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Introduction to Corrections - Chapter 6
Campus style
Construction strategy
Courtyard style
Custodial model
An architectural design by which the functional units of a pr…
A strategy of building new facilities to meet the demand for…
An architectural design by which the functional units of a pr…
A model of correctional institutions that emphasizes security…
Campus style
An architectural design by which the functional units of a pr…
Construction strategy
A strategy of building new facilities to meet the demand for…
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Intro to Law Chapter 6
bar association
5 ways to find an attorney
legal aid clinic
When were attorneys allowed to adverti…
an organization that licenses lawyers
1.look in the yellow pages under "attorneys" or "lawyers"... 2.…
provides services of a lawyer for those who can't afford one.…
1977 because of first amendment free speech clause... Bates vs S…
bar association
an organization that licenses lawyers
5 ways to find an attorney
1.look in the yellow pages under "attorneys" or "lawyers"... 2.…
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Pearson Interactive Science Introduction to Chemistry Chapter 6
solution
solvent
solute
colloid
solution
solvent
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Introduction to Business- Chapter 6
Sole proprietorship
Partnership
General partnership
Corporation
A form of business ownership with a single owner who usually…
A voluntary agreement under which two or more people act as c…
A partnership in which all partners can take an active role i…
A form of business ownership in which the business is conside…
Sole proprietorship
A form of business ownership with a single owner who usually…
Partnership
A voluntary agreement under which two or more people act as c…
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Chapter 6 - Muscular System Introduction
Muscular system
Myology
Striated muscles (AKA: skeletal muscles)
Nonstriated muscles (AKA: smooth muscl…
The body system that covers, shapes, and holds the skeletal s…
The study of the nature, structure, function, and disease of…
Muscles that are attached to the bones and are voluntary or a…
Muscles that are involuntary and function automatically witho…
Muscular system
The body system that covers, shapes, and holds the skeletal s…
Myology
The study of the nature, structure, function, and disease of…
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Chapter 6 - Nervous System Introduction
Nervous system
Neurology
Nervous System Divisions
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves; controls and…
The scientific study of the structure, function, and patholog…
Three divisions; 1. Central Nervous System, 2. Peripheral Ner…
Consists of the brain, spinal cord, spinal nerves, and crania…
Nervous system
Consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves; controls and…
Neurology
The scientific study of the structure, function, and patholog…
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Introduction to Business Chapter 6
Active listening
Behavioral theory of leadership
Big hairy audacious goal (BHAG)
Change agent
The ability to focus on the speaker, block out distractions,…
Principle of leadership that attributes employee and organiza…
A goal that is clear and compelling, serves as a... unifying foc…
Someone who is comfortable... with instigating and managing chan…
Active listening
The ability to focus on the speaker, block out distractions,…
Behavioral theory of leadership
Principle of leadership that attributes employee and organiza…
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Introduction to Criminal Justice - Chapter 6
Beats
Broken windows model
Community-oriented policing (COP)
Displacement
designated police patrol areas
the role of the police as maintainers of community order and…
programs designed to bring police and the public closer toget…
an effect that occurs when criminals move from an area target…
Beats
designated police patrol areas
Broken windows model
the role of the police as maintainers of community order and…
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Introduction to Business- Chapter 6
Sole proprietorship
Partnership
General partnership
Corporation
A form of business ownership with a single owner who usually…
A voluntary agreement under which two or more people act as c…
A partnership in which all partners can take an active role i…
A form of business ownership in which the business is conside…
Sole proprietorship
A form of business ownership with a single owner who usually…
Partnership
A voluntary agreement under which two or more people act as c…
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Chapter 6: The Introduction to Atoms
atom
electron
nucleus
electron cloud
(physics and chemistry) the smallest component of an element…
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
small center region of an atom that contains protons and neut…
A region around the nucleus of an atom where electrons are li…
atom
(physics and chemistry) the smallest component of an element…
electron
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
Chapter 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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Chapter 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
an atom's central region, which is made up of protons and neu…
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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Introduction to Business - Chapter 6
Sole Proprietorship
Partnership
Corporation
Franchise
A business owned by one person
A business owned by two or more people
A company that is registered by a state & operates apart from…
A contract allowing you to use the name & sell the products o…
Sole Proprietorship
A business owned by one person
Partnership
A business owned by two or more people
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Introduction to Business - Chapter 6
entrepreneur
classic entrepreneur
serial entrepreneur
social entrepreneur
person who seeks a profitable opportunity and takes the neces…
person who identifies a business opportunity and allocates av…
person who starts one business, runs it, and then starts and…
person who recognizes societal problems and uses business pri…
entrepreneur
person who seeks a profitable opportunity and takes the neces…
classic entrepreneur
person who identifies a business opportunity and allocates av…
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Introduction to Hospitality Chapter 6
Target market
Demographics
Niche marketing
Market segment
the specific group of people that a business intends to reach
characteristics such as age, gender, marital status, income,…
involves selling goods and services to a smaller, uniqely def…
a group of people within a larger market who share one or mor…
Target market
the specific group of people that a business intends to reach
Demographics
characteristics such as age, gender, marital status, income,…
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Intro to American Law Chapter 6
Constitutional Law
State Action Requirement
Bill of Rights
Freedom of Expression
a body of principles and rules either explicitly stated in, o…
a court-imposed requirement that most constitutional protecti…
the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution
a term used to include a group of First Amendment provisions…
Constitutional Law
a body of principles and rules either explicitly stated in, o…
State Action Requirement
a court-imposed requirement that most constitutional protecti…
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Chapter 6 - Circulatory System Introduction & The Heart
Circulatory System (AKA: Cardiovascula…
Heart
Pericardium
Atrium
Controls the steady circulation of the blood through the body…
A muscular, cone-shaped organ that keeps the blood moving wit…
Double-layered membranous sac enclosing the heart; made of ep…
Upper, thin-walled chamber through which blood is pumped to t…
Circulatory System (AKA: Cardiovascula…
Controls the steady circulation of the blood through the body…
Heart
A muscular, cone-shaped organ that keeps the blood moving wit…
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Introduction to Law - Ch 6
tort law
objectives of tort law
negligence
examples of negligence
a wrong committed against a person or property for which a co…
- preservation of peace between individuals... - fault-finding f…
commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent pe…
- malpractice... - reckless disregard for the safety of another…
tort law
a wrong committed against a person or property for which a co…
objectives of tort law
- preservation of peace between individuals... - fault-finding f…
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Atoms
proton
neutron
electron
electron cloud
positively charged particles of the nucleus
particles of the nucleus that have no charge
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
a region around the nucleus of an atom where electrons are li…
proton
positively charged particles of the nucleus
neutron
particles of the nucleus that have no charge
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Pearson Interactive Science Introduction to Chemistry Chapter 6 - Mickle
solution
solvent
solute
colloid
solution
solvent
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Intro to Law 101 // Chapter 6
Constitutional Law
State Action Requirement
Bill of Rights
Freedom of Expression
A body of principles and rules either explictly stated in, or…
A court imposed requirement that most constitutional protecti…
The first ten amendments to the U.S Constitution.
A term used to include a group of First Amendment provisions…
Constitutional Law
A body of principles and rules either explictly stated in, or…
State Action Requirement
A court imposed requirement that most constitutional protecti…
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Chapter 6 - Introduction & Cells
Anatomy
Physiology
-ology
Histology (AKA: Microscopic Anatomy)
The study of the human body structures that can be seen with…
The study of the functions and activities performed by the bo…
Means "the study of"
The study of tiny structures found in living tissues.
Anatomy
The study of the human body structures that can be seen with…
Physiology
The study of the functions and activities performed by the bo…
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Chapter 6: Introduction to Consumer Credit
credit
consumer credit
closed-end credit
line of credit
An arrangement to receive cash, goods, or services now and pa…
The use of credit for personal needs ( except a home mortgage).
One-time loans that the borrower pays back in a specified per…
The dollar amount, which may or may not be borrowed, that a l…
credit
An arrangement to receive cash, goods, or services now and pa…
consumer credit
The use of credit for personal needs ( except a home mortgage).
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Introduction to Social Psychology Chapter 6
Contact hypothesis
Discrimination
Ingroup
Ingroup favoritism
The idea that contact between groups will lessen conflict.
Negative behavior toward individuals or groups based on belie…
The group to which one belongs.
The tendency to show preferential treatment toward members of…
Contact hypothesis
The idea that contact between groups will lessen conflict.
Discrimination
Negative behavior toward individuals or groups based on belie…
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Chapter 1 - Introduction to Law
law
damages
business law
common law
Governmental rule prescribing conduct and carrying a penalty…
A sum of money a wrongdoer must pay to an injured party.
Rules of conduct for the performance of business transactions.
English custom recognized by courts as binding.
law
Governmental rule prescribing conduct and carrying a penalty…
damages
A sum of money a wrongdoer must pay to an injured party.
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Law medical ethics MY SET
Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Negligence
Commission of an Act
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent pe…
Administering the wrong drug... Administering the wrong drug do…
Tort Law
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
Objectives of Tort Law
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
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Chapter 6 - Nervous System Introduction
Nervous system
Neurology
Nervous System Divisions
Central Nervous System (CNS)
Consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves; controls and…
The scientific study of the structure, function, and patholog…
Three divisions; 1. Central Nervous System, 2. Peripheral Ner…
Consists of the brain, spinal cord, spinal nerves, and crania…
Nervous system
Consists of the brain, spinal cord, and nerves; controls and…
Neurology
The scientific study of the structure, function, and patholog…
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Introduction to Business: Chapter 6
Management
Managers
Planning
Mission Statement
a process designed to achieve an organization's objectives by…
make decisions about the use of the organization's resources…
the process of determining the organization's objectives and…
is a declaration of an organization's fundamental purpose and…
Management
a process designed to achieve an organization's objectives by…
Managers
make decisions about the use of the organization's resources…
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Chapter 6: An Introduction to Metabolism
free energy
1st Law of Thermodynamics
2nd Law of Thermodynamics
exergonic reaction
the portion of a system's energy that can perform work when t…
Energy is neither created nor destroyed, only transferred
The entropy of the universe is always increasing
catabolic. releases energy. -ΔG. spontaneous reactions.
free energy
the portion of a system's energy that can perform work when t…
1st Law of Thermodynamics
Energy is neither created nor destroyed, only transferred
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Chapter 6: An Introduction to Metabolism
Bioluminescence
Metabolism
Metabolic Pathway
Catabolic Pathway
converting energy to light through chemical reactions
the totality of an organism's chemical reactions... an emergent…
begins with a specific molecule and ends with a product... each…
release of energy by the breaking down of complex molecules t…
Bioluminescence
converting energy to light through chemical reactions
Metabolism
the totality of an organism's chemical reactions... an emergent…
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Chapter 6 - Orthopedics - brief introduction
bones, muscles and joints
ligaments
skeleton
joint
the musculoskeletal system consist of the _ .
bones are jointed together by _ to form the skeleton
is the framework of the body
_ provides flexibility for movement.
bones, muscles and joints
the musculoskeletal system consist of the _ .
ligaments
bones are jointed together by _ to form the skeleton
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Consumer Credit
Capacity
Capital
Character
Closed-end Credit
pg 192, the borrower's financial ability to meet credit oblig…
pg 192, the borrower's assets or net worth
pg 192, the borrower's attitude toward his or her credit obli…
pg 175, one-time loans that the borrower pays back in a speci…
Capacity
pg 192, the borrower's financial ability to meet credit oblig…
Capital
pg 192, the borrower's assets or net worth
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Chapter 6.1 Introduction to Meiosis
Somatic Cell
Gamete
Homologous Chromosome
Autosome
cell that makes up all of the body tissues and organs, NOT GA…
sex cell; an egg or a sperm cell. Haploid cells (only one cop…
chromosomes that have the same length, appearance, and copies…
chromosomes that contains genes for characteristics not direc…
Somatic Cell
cell that makes up all of the body tissues and organs, NOT GA…
Gamete
sex cell; an egg or a sperm cell. Haploid cells (only one cop…
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