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Science 2 C - E
Cancer
capillaries
carbon
carbon-14
life-threatening condition where body cells divide uncontroll…
small blood vessels that join arteries to veins
a very important element, carbon is present in all living thi…
radioactive isotope of carbon
Cancer
life-threatening condition where body cells divide uncontroll…
capillaries
small blood vessels that join arteries to veins
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Science Chapter E2
physical change
mixture
solution
chemical change
A change in matter in which no new matter is formed
A substance that contains 2 or more kinds of matter that can…
A kind of mixture where the particles are mixed evenly and ca…
A change in matter in which different kinds of matter are for…
physical change
A change in matter in which no new matter is formed
mixture
A substance that contains 2 or more kinds of matter that can…
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Systemic path E2
Random hepatocellular injury (hematoge…
Zonal hepatocellular injury (centrilob…
Paracentral cellular degeneration (wed…
midzonal degeneration (zone 2)
foal with equine herpes virus, porcine salmonellosis
centrolobular region recieves least oxygenated blood in organ…
wedge shaped area of damage; hepatic hypoxia in animals with…
aflatoxicosis and cats exposed to hexachlorophene ... -zone 2 af…
Random hepatocellular injury (hematoge…
foal with equine herpes virus, porcine salmonellosis
Zonal hepatocellular injury (centrilob…
centrolobular region recieves least oxygenated blood in organ…
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Science: E1&E2
weather
weather affects your daily life and
meteorologists
meteorologists use
the atmospheric conditions, along with short-term changes, of…
influences you and the world around you
scientists who study and predict weather
satellite images, radar, computer models
weather
the atmospheric conditions, along with short-term changes, of…
weather affects your daily life and
influences you and the world around you
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6.E.2 Earth Systems, Structures and Processes Science Greene
Inner Core
Outer Core
Mantle
Crust
A dense sphere of solid iron and nickel at the center of Earth
A layer of molten iron and nickel that surrounds the inner co…
Begins about 6 miles under the ocean's crust and 19 miles bel…
Earth's outermost layer
Inner Core
A dense sphere of solid iron and nickel at the center of Earth
Outer Core
A layer of molten iron and nickel that surrounds the inner co…
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E. Science Benchmark 2
Celestial Objects
Celestial Sphere
Zenith
Altitude
Objects we can see in the sky, including the sun, moon, earth…
an imaginary sphere that surrounds the Earth.
The highest point reached by a celestial or other object
n. Vertical distance or elevation above any point or base-lev…
Celestial Objects
Objects we can see in the sky, including the sun, moon, earth…
Celestial Sphere
an imaginary sphere that surrounds the Earth.
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Circulatory System E2
Blood vessel structure
tunica externa
tunica media
tunica intima
tunica externa... tunica media... tunica intima
fibrous conn. tissue on outside
-smooth muscle, collagen, & elastin fibers... -middle layer & th…
-endothelium (inside part)... -permeable to solutes... -secretes va…
Blood vessel structure
tunica externa... tunica media... tunica intima
tunica externa
fibrous conn. tissue on outside
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Respiratory System E2
ventilation
external respiration
internal respiration
helps regulate BP
air to and from lungs
gas exchange b/w air and blood
gas exchange b/w blood and tissues
synthesis of angiotensin II in lung
ventilation
air to and from lungs
external respiration
gas exchange b/w air and blood
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E/E Science Unit 2
What is the lithosphere?
What are two types of lithospheric pla…
What are two types of crust? How do th…
What is the weaker, hotter zone beneat…
outermost layer which includes crust and some of mantle
oceanic and continental
oceanic- 30 g/cm... continental- 2.7 g/cm
asthenosphere
What is the lithosphere?
outermost layer which includes crust and some of mantle
What are two types of lithospheric pla…
oceanic and continental
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Immune System E2
T lymphocytes
B lymphocytes
Natural Killer Cells
dendritic cells
-80% all lymphocytes... -dependent on thyme hormones
-15% ... -differentiate into plasma cells that secrete antibodies
-5%... -recognize and destroy abnormal cells
-antigen presenting cells... -alert of pathogens entering throug…
T lymphocytes
-80% all lymphocytes... -dependent on thyme hormones
B lymphocytes
-15% ... -differentiate into plasma cells that secrete antibodies
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Science 8 Unit E Water Systems 2.0
water exists in 3 forms on earth
waves and tides
wave
movement of water waves
solid, liquid, gas
how water moves on earth - waves are movements on the surface…
changing patterns of surface movements transferring energy. a…
the water isn't moving, but the wave action and transfer of e…
water exists in 3 forms on earth
solid, liquid, gas
waves and tides
how water moves on earth - waves are movements on the surface…
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6th Grade Science Benchmark 3/16 Vocabulary Terms 6.E.2.1Earth Systems, Structures, and Processes
composition
earth's core
inner core
outer core
the act of putting together or making up by combining parts o…
The core is made mostly of the metals iron and nickel. It con…
A dense sphere of solid iron and nickel at the center of Earth.
A layer of molten iron and nickel that surrounds the inner co…
composition
the act of putting together or making up by combining parts o…
earth's core
The core is made mostly of the metals iron and nickel. It con…
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E. Science 4.2
What is erosion ?
What is runoff ?
What is load ?
What is The Great Divide ?
water carrying away rock fragments
excess water pooling and flowing downhill
material carried by a stream
western boundary of the Mississippi River basin
What is erosion ?
water carrying away rock fragments
What is runoff ?
excess water pooling and flowing downhill
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E2 Nervous system
Nervous system
Sensory imput that gathers info
Sensory imput integration
Sensory imput motor output
Specialized tissue that carries impulses throughout the body
Stimuli about the enviroment that can be inside or outside
Process and interpret sensory input and decides on action
Response to stimuli and send neurons to muscle or gland
Nervous system
Specialized tissue that carries impulses throughout the body
Sensory imput that gathers info
Stimuli about the enviroment that can be inside or outside
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6th Grade Science Benchmark 3/16 Vocabulary Terms 6.E.2.1Earth Systems, Structures, and Processes
composition
earth's core... Chapter 5 Section 1
inner core
outer core
the act of putting together or making up by combining parts o…
The core is made mostly of the metals iron and nickel. It con…
A dense sphere of solid iron and nickel at the center of Earth.
A layer of molten iron and nickel that surrounds the inner co…
composition
the act of putting together or making up by combining parts o…
earth's core... Chapter 5 Section 1
The core is made mostly of the metals iron and nickel. It con…
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Earth Science: Earth Systems 6.E.2.1
Crust
mantle
Outer Core
Inner Core
the outer layer of the Earth
the layer of the earth between the crust and the core
The liquid layer of the Earth's core that lies beneath the ma…
A dense sphere of solid iron and nickel at the center of Earth.
Crust
the outer layer of the Earth
mantle
the layer of the earth between the crust and the core
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E2 Endocrine system
Endocrine System
Primary Endocrine Organs
Hypothalamus Structure
Neural secretory cells
-Organs that secrete hormones into blood stream... -Controls the…
Hypothalamus... Pituatary Gland... Pineal Gland... Thyroid and parathy…
-Neural secretory cells and nuclei that connect to the pituat…
Neurons that secrete hormones of axon terminals
Endocrine System
-Organs that secrete hormones into blood stream... -Controls the…
Primary Endocrine Organs
Hypothalamus... Pituatary Gland... Pineal Gland... Thyroid and parathy…
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E2 Digestive system
Esophagus P/S innervation(2)
Esophagus Sympathetic innervation(2)
Esophagus Arterial supply (2)
Esophagus Venous drainage (1 systemic…
(P/S): Ant. + Posterior esophageal plexuses
(Symp.) Greater splanchnic N. (T5-T9) ... Lesser Splanchnic N.…
Arterial: Esophageal branch (of left gastric A.) ... Left infer…
Venous: Portal: Left gastric V.... Systemic: Azygos V.
Esophagus P/S innervation(2)
(P/S): Ant. + Posterior esophageal plexuses
Esophagus Sympathetic innervation(2)
(Symp.) Greater splanchnic N. (T5-T9) ... Lesser Splanchnic N.…
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E-Systems Exam 2
Humidity
Evaporation
Sublimation
Transpiration
atmospheric water vapor
from liquid water
from snow/ice
from plants
Humidity
atmospheric water vapor
Evaporation
from liquid water
Science Chapter E2
nucleus
electron
element
molecule
the center of an atom
a subatomic particle with a negative charge
a substance made up of only one kind of atom
two or more atoms joined together
nucleus
the center of an atom
electron
a subatomic particle with a negative charge
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Science E Chapter 2
nucleus
proton
neutron
electron
A very tiny center center of a atom is made up of protons and…
A subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is f…
A subatomic particle that has no charge and that is found in…
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
nucleus
A very tiny center center of a atom is made up of protons and…
proton
A subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is f…
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SCIENCE CHAPTER E2
energy
thermal energy
temperature
heat
the ability to find a charge
the energy of the motion of particles in matter
a measure of the average energy of motion of the particles in…
the transfer of thermal energy from one piece of matter to an…
energy
the ability to find a charge
thermal energy
the energy of the motion of particles in matter
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Science E2.2
Chemical energy
Glucose
Photosynthesis
Chlorophyll
Is the energy stored in the bonds between atoms of every mole…
A major energy source for most cells is stored in a sugar mol…
Is the process that plant cells use to change the energy from…
A light-absorbing chemical, a pigment, that traps the energy…
Chemical energy
Is the energy stored in the bonds between atoms of every mole…
Glucose
A major energy source for most cells is stored in a sugar mol…
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E2-Intro: Nervous System
MAIN FUNCTION OF NS
The Nervous System controls and organi…
The main function of the NS is to
The functional unit of the NS is the _…
Control and organize activities of the body... -helps body adjus…
The NS controls and organizes activities of the body. It help…
control and organize activities of the body. It helps the bod…
NEURON (NERVE CELL)
MAIN FUNCTION OF NS
Control and organize activities of the body... -helps body adjus…
The Nervous System controls and organi…
The NS controls and organizes activities of the body. It help…
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Science Freshwater Systems Unit E
Salinity
harness
monitor
giardia
the amount of salt that is in water.
water hardness is the amount of dissolved calcium and magnesi…
monitor means to observe, check or keep track of something fo…
micro organism that causes giardiasis or "beaver fever" usual…
Salinity
the amount of salt that is in water.
harness
water hardness is the amount of dissolved calcium and magnesi…
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E2-Histo of the Urinary System
renal cortex
renal medulla
renal pelvis
major calyx
renal cortex
renal medulla
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E2: The Pyramidal System
Where does the Pyramidal system origin…
Pyramidal system is composed of & comm…
UMN location of nucleus and axons
Fsn of UMN
Motor area of the cerebral cortex
UMN in the cerebral cortex
Nuclei in cerebral cortex... Axons bass w/o interruption to LMN…
Commanding voluntary movements especially for *highly skilled…
Where does the Pyramidal system origin…
Motor area of the cerebral cortex
Pyramidal system is composed of & comm…
UMN in the cerebral cortex
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Respiratory System by E2
Larynx
Alveoli
Pharynx
Bronchus
Voice Box; Contains vocal cords and is below the Pharynx
Thin walled sac at end of Bronchiole
Above the Larynx; Connects nasal passage to trachea
a passage(There are 2) of airway in the respiratory tract tha…
Larynx
Voice Box; Contains vocal cords and is below the Pharynx
Alveoli
Thin walled sac at end of Bronchiole
40 terms
Science E2
Respiratory system
Cellular respiration
Nose
Trachea
Body system that functions to get oxygen from the environment…
Uses oxygen in chemical reactions that release
The oxygen goes through this during and cilia filter dirt and…
Tubelike structure called also the windpipe
Respiratory system
Body system that functions to get oxygen from the environment…
Cellular respiration
Uses oxygen in chemical reactions that release
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Science Nervous System #2
neurons
Nerve impulse
synapse
three types of neurons
nerve cells
message that a neuron carries
place where a neuron transfers an impulse to another structure
sensory neurons- picks up stimulus and changes it into sensor…
neurons
nerve cells
Nerve impulse
message that a neuron carries
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E. Science Benchmark 2 part 2
Perihelion
Aphelion
Moon Phases
Isotherm
The place in a planet's orbit that is closest to the Sun is c…
the place in the orbit of a planet where the planet is farthe…
new moon, waxing crescent, 1st quarter, waxing gibbous, full…
Line drawn on a weather map that connects points having equal…
Perihelion
The place in a planet's orbit that is closest to the Sun is c…
Aphelion
the place in the orbit of a planet where the planet is farthe…
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Science E2 lesson 2
Dimitri Mendeleev
Atomic number
Periodic table
Group
Russian chemist who organized elements based on atomic mass
How elements are organized on periodic table
Elements organized in order of atomic number
Elements in a column
Dimitri Mendeleev
Russian chemist who organized elements based on atomic mass
Atomic number
How elements are organized on periodic table
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E2: Vestibular System
What 3 things does the Vestibular syst…
The vestibular system's function depen…
T/F: almost all animals have some grav…
In the vestibular system, motion cause…
1. Helps us known where the center of the earth is located... 2.…
mechanical stimulation (mechanoreceptors)
true
"stones"
What 3 things does the Vestibular syst…
1. Helps us known where the center of the earth is located... 2.…
The vestibular system's function depen…
mechanical stimulation (mechanoreceptors)
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Science Definitions S.E.M System -Polson
Solar Noon
Angel of Separation
Solar Wind
Galileo
Time of day when the Sun reaches its higher point in the sky…
Angle between lines originating from the eye of the observer…
A stream of electrically charged particles primarily protons…
He invented the telescope. He said the sun is the center of t…
Solar Noon
Time of day when the Sun reaches its higher point in the sky…
Angel of Separation
Angle between lines originating from the eye of the observer…
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E2 Somatosensory System
What type of somatosensory info is pro…
Trace the course of the dorsal column-…
Trace the course of the dorsal column-…
What type of info is process by the an…
Mechanoreceptive information
From rostral body: peripheral axons to spinal cord--->dorsal…
From caudal body: peripheral axons to spinal cord dorsal col…
Pain and temperature info
What type of somatosensory info is pro…
Mechanoreceptive information
Trace the course of the dorsal column-…
From rostral body: peripheral axons to spinal cord--->dorsal…
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Systems 2 e
Class 1 Drugs
Class II drugs
Class III drugs
Class IV drugs
Na+ channel blockers (A, B, C)
beta blockers (non-selective, selective)
K+ channel blockers
Ca2+ channel blockers
Class 1 Drugs
Na+ channel blockers (A, B, C)
Class II drugs
beta blockers (non-selective, selective)
Science - Unit E Chapter 2
Air pressure
Anemometer
barometer
Relative Humidity
The push of the air in all directions against its surroundings
A device used to measure the speed of wind
A device used to measure air pressure
The amount of water vapor present in the air at a given tempe…
Air pressure
The push of the air in all directions against its surroundings
Anemometer
A device used to measure the speed of wind
9 terms
E&S Science 2.2
Pseudomonas
Soil
Bedrock
Humus
Bacteria that protects plants from getting disease
Loose weathered material on Earth's surface in which plants c…
solid layer of rock beneath the soil
organic material in the soil. Dark-colored substance that for…
Pseudomonas
Bacteria that protects plants from getting disease
Soil
Loose weathered material on Earth's surface in which plants c…
19 terms
Science E2-2
Ductility
Malleability
Shininess
Smell
Physical property, Ability to be stretched
Physical property, Ability to be hammered or pounded into ano…
Physical property, bright and glossy
Cannot be measured
Ductility
Physical property, Ability to be stretched
Malleability
Physical property, Ability to be hammered or pounded into ano…
28 terms
E-Systems Exam 2
Drainage Density
Drainage Pattern
Dendritic Drainage
Trellis Drainage
total length of stream/area of basin
arrangement of channels in an area
similar of that to many natural systems (mimics veins in huma…
characteristic of dipping or folding topography
Drainage Density
total length of stream/area of basin
Drainage Pattern
arrangement of channels in an area
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E. Science- Ch. #2 - Minerals
mineral
inorganic
solid
crystal
A naturally occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal str…
A mineral that did not arise from a material that came from a…
The state of matter where particles cannot flow freely.
A repeating pattern of a mineral's crystals that have flat si…
mineral
A naturally occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal str…
inorganic
A mineral that did not arise from a material that came from a…
7 terms
Science population E-2
Birth rate
Death rate
Immigration
Emigration
The number of births in a certain amount of time
The number of death rates in a certain amount of time
Moving into a population
Leaving a population
Birth rate
The number of births in a certain amount of time
Death rate
The number of death rates in a certain amount of time
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science E2 vocab
producer
herbivore
omnivore
decomposer
an organism that can make its own food
a consumer that eats only plants
a consumer that eats both plants and animals
an organism that breaks down wastes and dead organisms
producer
an organism that can make its own food
herbivore
a consumer that eats only plants
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E2 Science Vocabulary Lesson 1 & 2
nucleus
proton
neutron
electron
the very tiny center of an atom. It is made up of protons and…
a subatomic particle with a positive charge
a subatomic particle with no charge
a subatomic particle with a negative charge. They circle the…
nucleus
the very tiny center of an atom. It is made up of protons and…
proton
a subatomic particle with a positive charge
52 terms
Basic Science E2
Carbonic Acid
Ka
pKa
Enthalpy
Major buffer of the body
equivalence constant for dissociation of an acid... Ka=[product]…
-logKa
Total energy in a system... +H is heat into a system... -H is heat…
Carbonic Acid
Major buffer of the body
Ka
equivalence constant for dissociation of an acid... Ka=[product]…
SCIENCE E2
physical property
texture
ductility
density
properties that can be observed or measured without changing…
how the surface of a substance feels.
the ability of a substance to be pulled in to thin threads wi…
the amount of mass that fits in a given volume.
physical property
properties that can be observed or measured without changing…
texture
how the surface of a substance feels.
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E-2 Science Cards
Climate
Climate Change
Climatology
Equator
Weather conditions and patterns common to an area over long p…
The changes to climatic patterns over time, typically requiri…
The study of how climate regions form, persist, and change.
an imaginary line that circles the earth midway between the n…
Climate
Weather conditions and patterns common to an area over long p…
Climate Change
The changes to climatic patterns over time, typically requiri…
44 terms
Science #2 (e)
H
Li
Na
K
Hydrogen
Lithium
Sodium
Potassium
H
Hydrogen
Li
Lithium
9 terms
Science E2
nucleus
proton
neutron
electron
the center of an atom
subatomic particle with a positive charge
subatomic particle with a neutral (no) charge
subatomic parcel with a negative charge
nucleus
the center of an atom
proton
subatomic particle with a positive charge
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E&E Science Unit 2 Vocab
asthenosphere
caldera
continental drift
continental margin
-the upper part of the earth's mantle... -the zone of solid but…
formed by collapse during an eruption, a large basin-shape vo…
the theory that states that the continents were once connecte…
ocean floor between the shoreline and the abyssal ocean floor…
asthenosphere
-the upper part of the earth's mantle... -the zone of solid but…
caldera
formed by collapse during an eruption, a large basin-shape vo…
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