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Active and Passive Voice w/Parts of Speech - SBAC Examples
Active Voice
Active Voice
Active Voice
Passive Voice
Voice... The dog bit the boy.
Voice... Scientists have conducted experiments to test the hypot…
Voice... Hundreds of tourists visit the statue every year.
Voice... My books were stolen by someone yesterday
Active Voice
Voice... The dog bit the boy.
Active Voice
Voice... Scientists have conducted experiments to test the hypot…
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RMIT W6
offset
option
output
panel
(v, n) counteract, compensate for (verb); a counterbalance (n…
a choice
the amount of something produced by a person, machine, or ind…
a group of people gathered for a special purpose to discuss a…
offset
(v, n) counteract, compensate for (verb); a counterbalance (n…
option
a choice
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Bio Passive transport
The Four types of Passive Transport
Example of Simple Diffusion
Diffusion
Osmosis
Simple Diffusion... Osmosis ... Facilitated Diffusion w Carrier pro…
Water color spreads through water, Darkest where it was dropp…
The movement of air molecules
The movement of water through a membrane
The Four types of Passive Transport
Simple Diffusion... Osmosis ... Facilitated Diffusion w Carrier pro…
Example of Simple Diffusion
Water color spreads through water, Darkest where it was dropp…
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passive & active transport bio
passive (energy required?)
active (energy required?)
diffusion, facilitated diffusion, osmo…
protein pumps, endocytosis, exocytosis
no energy required.
energy required
passive transport
active transport
passive (energy required?)
no energy required.
active (energy required?)
energy required
81 terms
biomed ch 4
passive transport process
diffusion
simple diffusion
simple diffusion example
no energy required from cell
passive process
passive, movement of particles through phospholipid bilayer o…
CO2 out of all cells
passive transport process
no energy required from cell
diffusion
passive process
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Bio - passive transport
Passive Transport
What things are in passive transport?
What is simple diffusion?
What does high concentration gradient…
Requires NO energy, Movement of molecules from high to low co…
simple diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion w carrier pr…
when molecules spread from an area of high to an area of low…
difference in the concentration of molecules in a space
Passive Transport
Requires NO energy, Movement of molecules from high to low co…
What things are in passive transport?
simple diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion w carrier pr…
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Life exists because it does work
def. of work is
____ is necessary for work ... cells ener…
some movement can be done w o ATP it i…
movement of materials from a level of…
force x distance
energy, adenine triphosphate (ATP)
passive transport
diffusion
def. of work is
force x distance
____ is necessary for work ... cells ener…
energy, adenine triphosphate (ATP)
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Nat 5 Biology - Unit 1
Structures in a Plant cell
Structures in an animal cell
Function of cytoplasm
Function of cell membrane
cell wall... nucleus... cell membrane... vacuole... cytoplasm... chloroplast…
cell membrane... nucleus... cytoplasm... ribosomes... mitochondria
site of all chemical reaction within the cell
outer covering of the cells that regulates what can enter/lea…
Structures in a Plant cell
cell wall... nucleus... cell membrane... vacuole... cytoplasm... chloroplast…
Structures in an animal cell
cell membrane... nucleus... cytoplasm... ribosomes... mitochondria
Immunizing drugs & vaccines
Active immunization:
Artifical active immunization
natural active immunization
Vaccines
artifical active immunization or natural active immunization
body is clinically exposed to a relatively harmful form of an…
person acquires immunity by surviving the disease itself & pr…
suspensions of live,attenuated (weakened) or killed (inactiva…
Active immunization:
artifical active immunization or natural active immunization
Artifical active immunization
body is clinically exposed to a relatively harmful form of an…
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Passive Transport and Active Transport
Passive Transport
Four Types?
Simple Diffusion
Examples of Simple Diffusion
Without any extra energy; move from point a to point b
Simple Diffusion ... Osmosis... Facilitated Diffusion w Carrier Pro…
Spreading of particles from a high concentration to a low con…
ballon with smelly particles... febreze in the air ... dye in water
Passive Transport
Without any extra energy; move from point a to point b
Four Types?
Simple Diffusion ... Osmosis... Facilitated Diffusion w Carrier Pro…
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Plasma Membrane Structure and Transport
When viewed with an electron microscop…
Most abundant membrane lipids=
50 x more lipids than _____
Proteins account nearly ____ of the to…
trilaminar
phospholipids
proteins
half
When viewed with an electron microscop…
trilaminar
Most abundant membrane lipids=
phospholipids
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COMM Part 3
Gutenberg printing press
Paperback era
Radio
Important dates: 1927, 1946, 1968
- First piece of machinery that allowed us to send out info t…
- After WWII... - Citizens became more cultured, learned more, r…
- Communicate and get feedback from a particular location... - R…
- 1927: first film w images and sound... - 1946: film attendance…
Gutenberg printing press
- First piece of machinery that allowed us to send out info t…
Paperback era
- After WWII... - Citizens became more cultured, learned more, r…
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Euthanasia
Euthanasia
Extraordinary means
PVS
Teri Schiavo
mercy killing
We are not required to give this level of care
Permanent Vegetative State
Center of an end of life controversy
Euthanasia
mercy killing
Extraordinary means
We are not required to give this level of care
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Cell Transportation
cell wall
cell membrane
phosophilipod bilayer
permamble
found in all cella besides animal, located outside of cell me…
regulates what enters and leaves cell, provides protection an…
substance can pass through the membrane (small, nonpolar/hydr…
cell wall
found in all cella besides animal, located outside of cell me…
cell membrane
regulates what enters and leaves cell, provides protection an…
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3.5: Passive Activity
Direct participation program
3 types of partnership
MLP... 1) Defined... 2) advantage... 3) since 1…
Direct Ownership
A flow-through entity (e.g., LP, GP, S-corp, LLC, LLP)
1) LP... 2) GP... 3) master limited partnership
1) Master limited partnership - LP whose units are publicly t…
Directly owning tangible income-producing assets (e.g., can o…
Direct participation program
A flow-through entity (e.g., LP, GP, S-corp, LLC, LLP)
3 types of partnership
1) LP... 2) GP... 3) master limited partnership
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BIOLOGY Unit 4
cardiac muscle cell (fx)
cardiac muscle cell (sx)
Nerve cell (fx)
red blood cell (fx)
contracts the heart muscles, pumps blood throughout
striped singular nucleus per cell made of mitochondria
allows communication and coordination by sending messages to…
transport oxygen and CO2
cardiac muscle cell (fx)
contracts the heart muscles, pumps blood throughout
cardiac muscle cell (sx)
striped singular nucleus per cell made of mitochondria
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exam 2
interpersonal
impersonal
similarity
physical attraction
occurs simultaneously w another person in an attempt to mutua…
treats ppl as objects or that responds only to their roles ra…
one's characteristics, values, attitudes, interests/ personal…
when one finds another person's physical self-appealing
interpersonal
occurs simultaneously w another person in an attempt to mutua…
impersonal
treats ppl as objects or that responds only to their roles ra…
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Taps, Trills and Approximants
Tap/flap
Trill
Approximants
Central approximants
When the active articulator briefly touches the passive artic…
When the active articulator vibrates rapidly against the pass…
Produced with a narrowing in the vocal tract but no friction
When the approximation occurs in the central region of the or…
Tap/flap
When the active articulator briefly touches the passive artic…
Trill
When the active articulator vibrates rapidly against the pass…
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Ch 3 Cell Processes
element
compound
carbohydrate
lipid
any substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substan…
is formed when two or more elements combine chemically.
energy-rich organic compound made of the elements carbon, hyd…
energy-rich organic compound such as a fat, oil or wax.
element
any substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substan…
compound
is formed when two or more elements combine chemically.
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Biology: unit 1
Steps of Signal Transduction Pathway
Mitochondria
Lysosomes
Chloroplasts
Reception, transduction, response
creates energy
"suicide sack", digestive juices breakdown waste
Use photosynthesis to convert sunlight to energy
Steps of Signal Transduction Pathway
Reception, transduction, response
Mitochondria
creates energy
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bio 5.7
transport proteins
specific
glucose
phosphorylation
substances that cannot diffuse directly through lipid bilayer…
each transport protein only allows a specific substance to cr…
an important source of energy for most cells, so they normall…
this process trans the molecule inside the cell because the t…
transport proteins
substances that cannot diffuse directly through lipid bilayer…
specific
each transport protein only allows a specific substance to cr…
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resp quiz 1 lectures 6-11
presentation of pleural effusion
causes of transudate pleural effusion
possible causes of pleural effusion w…
causes for low pH pleural effusion (NO…
sharp chest pain that worsens upon breathing... breathlessness... f…
CHF (most common)... cirrhosis w ascites... nephrotic syndrome... hypo…
empyema... rheumatoid pleurisy... malignancy
malignancy... hemothorax... esophageal rupture (due to stomach acid…
presentation of pleural effusion
sharp chest pain that worsens upon breathing... breathlessness... f…
causes of transudate pleural effusion
CHF (most common)... cirrhosis w ascites... nephrotic syndrome... hypo…
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Biology Vocab (unit 2)
ionic bond
covalent bond
cohesion
adhesion
a strong bond between a positive and negative electrons (lose…
share valence electrons (share)
H2O-H2O
H2O-other
ionic bond
a strong bond between a positive and negative electrons (lose…
covalent bond
share valence electrons (share)
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bio ch 5
homeostasis
homeostasis happens ______ _________ a…
example of homeostasis taking place
the phospholipid bilayer is...
maintainin stable internal conditions
large scale and cellular level
sweat
semi-permeable
homeostasis
maintainin stable internal conditions
homeostasis happens ______ _________ a…
large scale and cellular level
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Science: Passive and Active Transport
Osmosis
Active transport
Endocytosis
Diffusion
The diffusion of water through a semi-permiable membrane
The movement of particles against a concentration gradient an…
The process by which a cell uses energy to surround a particl…
The movement of molecules from high concentration to low conc…
Osmosis
The diffusion of water through a semi-permiable membrane
Active transport
The movement of particles against a concentration gradient an…
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Bio 11/22
Molecules are always
Homeostasis
Equilibrium
Passive transport
Moving
Controlling what goes in and out
Balanced of internal concentration of cells
No energy
Molecules are always
Moving
Homeostasis
Controlling what goes in and out
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bio Cells
Prokaryotes
Eukaryotes
ribosomes
mitochondria
ancient, bacteria, no nucleus, no membrane bound organelles,…
modern all other cells (plants, animals, fungi , protists), n…
makes proteins (dots)
produces energy
Prokaryotes
ancient, bacteria, no nucleus, no membrane bound organelles,…
Eukaryotes
modern all other cells (plants, animals, fungi , protists), n…
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biology unit 3
cell wall
cell membrane
nucleus
cytoskeleton
composed of cellulose & suppot of the plant cell
controls what goes in and out of the cell
makes ribosomes, contains RNA, controls what proteins are made
gives a cell its support & shape
cell wall
composed of cellulose & suppot of the plant cell
cell membrane
controls what goes in and out of the cell
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ap biology → chapter 5
plasma membrane
phospholipids = amphipathic
fluid mosaic model
fluidity of membranes
surrounds all cells... -made of protein and phospholipids
both have philic and phobic regions ... -form a bilayer w polar…
-current model for animal plasma membrane ... -held together by…
different species have different fatty acid tails in their ph…
plasma membrane
surrounds all cells... -made of protein and phospholipids
phospholipids = amphipathic
both have philic and phobic regions ... -form a bilayer w polar…
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Impairments in mobility & peripheral joint mobilization
Osteokinematic mobility
Arthrokinematic mobility and subtypes
Component movement and examples
Joint play movement and example
gross movements of limbs or other body parts relative to the…
relative motions between articular surfaces and related struc…
motions taking place in a joint or related joints to facilita…
motions not under voluntary control which occur only in respo…
Osteokinematic mobility
gross movements of limbs or other body parts relative to the…
Arthrokinematic mobility and subtypes
relative motions between articular surfaces and related struc…
geology ch 9-12
Rifting of continental crust may occur…
three-armed rift
modern example of triple junction
afar triangle
hot spots
triple junction
afar trinagle
East Africa rift valley, Red Sea, Gulf of Aden
Rifting of continental crust may occur…
hot spots
three-armed rift
triple junction
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Ch.1 quiz
A resistor is an example of
The electrical unit that is fundamenta…
In scientific notation, the number 0.0…
In engineering notation, the number 0.…
a passive component
ampere
5.6 x 10-4
560 x 10-6
A resistor is an example of
a passive component
The electrical unit that is fundamenta…
ampere
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Ortho - Summer Exam 1
Osteokinematic mobility
Arthrokinematic mobility and subtypes
Component movement and examples
Joint play movement and example
gross movements of limbs or other body parts relative to the…
relative motions between articular surfaces and related struc…
motions taking place in a joint or related joints to facilita…
motions not under voluntary control which occur only in respo…
Osteokinematic mobility
gross movements of limbs or other body parts relative to the…
Arthrokinematic mobility and subtypes
relative motions between articular surfaces and related struc…
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Microbiology W/ Lab Ch. 6
Bacterial Growth
Colonies
Steps of Binary Fission
Binary Fission
An increase in number of cells, NOT increase in size.
When one individual cell divides to form a colony.
1. Parent cell enlarges.... 2. The chromosomes duplicate.... 3. Sta…
When one cell becomes two, how microbes grow.
Bacterial Growth
An increase in number of cells, NOT increase in size.
Colonies
When one individual cell divides to form a colony.
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TE II
stretching
ROM
flexibility
passive flexibility
takes tissue beyond their available length to increase ROM... PR…
stays within limits of tissue extensiblity to maintain availa…
-ability to move joints smoothly thro unrestricted ROM... requir…
stretching thro passive movement... dependent upon extensibility…
stretching
takes tissue beyond their available length to increase ROM... PR…
ROM
stays within limits of tissue extensiblity to maintain availa…
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micro topic 12: immunizations
active immunization
passive immunization
1796
1879
administration of antigens so patient actively produces a pro…
individual acquires immunity through the transfer of antibodi…
year edward jenner discovered process of vaccination
year louis pasteur developed vaccine against pasteurella mult…
active immunization
administration of antigens so patient actively produces a pro…
passive immunization
individual acquires immunity through the transfer of antibodi…
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Cellular Transport
Diffusion
Facilitated Diffusion and is it Passiv…
Active Transport and examples
Passive Transport and examples
Process by which particles(solute) move from an area of high…
Passive transport that uses a protein channel to transport la…
Moves substances against the concentration gradient. Requires…
Movement of materials across the cell membrane with cellular…
Diffusion
Process by which particles(solute) move from an area of high…
Facilitated Diffusion and is it Passiv…
Passive transport that uses a protein channel to transport la…
22 terms
pretérito e imperfecto
pretérito
imperfecto
endings for preterito (ar)
ending for preterito (er/ir)
a past completed action
an ongoing, habitual action in the [ast
é, aste, ó, amos, aron
í, iste, ió, imos, ieron
pretérito
a past completed action
imperfecto
an ongoing, habitual action in the [ast
125 terms
PATHO QUIZ #1 REVIEW
diffusion
rate of diffusion depends on
filtration
osmosis
passive transport, moves along a concentration gradient of hi…
molecule size and lipid solubility... -the smaller the molecule…
movement of water and solutes through a membrane because of a…
-water moves from an area of higher water concentration to an…
diffusion
passive transport, moves along a concentration gradient of hi…
rate of diffusion depends on
molecule size and lipid solubility... -the smaller the molecule…
22 terms
pretérito e imperfecto
pretérito
imperfecto
endings for preterito (ar)
ending for preterito (er/ir)
a past completed action
an ongoing, habitual action in the [ast
é, aste, ó, amos, aron
í, iste, ió, imos, ieron
pretérito
a past completed action
imperfecto
an ongoing, habitual action in the [ast
38 terms
Bio chpt 4 &5
Membrane structure
Phospholipid Bilayer
Integral proteins
Peripheral proteins
Fluid-mosiac mose- with lots of doffernt molecules
Hydrophobic tails face inwards, hydrophilic heads face surface
Embedded and sticks out
Inner surface
Membrane structure
Fluid-mosiac mose- with lots of doffernt molecules
Phospholipid Bilayer
Hydrophobic tails face inwards, hydrophilic heads face surface
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Vocabulary - Set 2
Vegetate
Mulct
expiate
dominate
live in a passive way... Ex. She vegetated all summer and negle…
deprive of a possession unjustly... Ex. She remain unmulct w
make amends for
have control over
Vegetate
live in a passive way... Ex. She vegetated all summer and negle…
Mulct
deprive of a possession unjustly... Ex. She remain unmulct w
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Bio Cellular Transport
Active transport... Example
Passive transport... Example
Diffusion
Osmosis
Cell uses energy to move cells often UP conc. gradient... ex.: i…
Cell doesn't use energy so materials pass through membrane on…
Process moves substances in/out cell to reach equilibrium... Hig…
Diffusion of water across selectively permeable membrane
Active transport... Example
Cell uses energy to move cells often UP conc. gradient... ex.: i…
Passive transport... Example
Cell doesn't use energy so materials pass through membrane on…
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college bio - the microview
nucleus
cytoplasm
cell membrane
list the three plastids
control center
selectively permeable
selectively permeable
amyoplasts, chromoplasts, chloroplasts
nucleus
control center
cytoplasm
selectively permeable
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Biology Unit 3 flashcards
List the three points of the cell theo…
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
Organelle
1) All livings things are made of cells... 2) Cells are the basi…
the first cells ("pro"); no membrane bound organelles
the first true ("eu") cells; contains membrane bound organell…
"little organs"; membrane bound structures inside a cell that…
List the three points of the cell theo…
1) All livings things are made of cells... 2) Cells are the basi…
Prokaryote
the first cells ("pro"); no membrane bound organelles
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RS 1.P3 Work of Breathing (Lee)
3-5%
1) elastic recoil... 2) flow resistance
W = PdV; area enclosed in the PV curve
Y: volume above FRC... X: pleural pressur…
percent of total oxygen consumption by respiratory muscles in…
2 major oppositions to breathing; work that must be overcome
how is work represented?
Y? X?
3-5%
percent of total oxygen consumption by respiratory muscles in…
1) elastic recoil... 2) flow resistance
2 major oppositions to breathing; work that must be overcome
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Table 3.1 Transport of materials into and out of cells
passive processes (general)
simple diffusion, facilitated diffusio…
simple diffusion
facilitated diffusion
movement of substances DOWN a concentration gradient until eq…
3 examples of passive processes
passive movement of a substance down its concentration gradie…
passive movement of a substance down its concentration gradie…
passive processes (general)
movement of substances DOWN a concentration gradient until eq…
simple diffusion, facilitated diffusio…
3 examples of passive processes
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psych
naturally reinforced: food, water, she…
pattern of reinforcement in which ever…
phenomenon where inescapable and unple…
spanking a child is an example of
primary reinforcer
continuous reinforcement
learned helplessness
positive punishment
naturally reinforced: food, water, she…
primary reinforcer
pattern of reinforcement in which ever…
continuous reinforcement
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30 Days - Day 6
vegetate
mulct
expiate
importune
live in a passive way
deprive of a possession unjustly
make amends for
beg for ceaselessly
vegetate
live in a passive way
mulct
deprive of a possession unjustly
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Biology 9/28
Which are bigger- Prokaryote or Eukary…
Why are small cells easier?
Surface Area
Volume
Eukaryotes
They take in food and water faster
side x side x 6
L x w x h
Which are bigger- Prokaryote or Eukary…
Eukaryotes
Why are small cells easier?
They take in food and water faster
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