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Human Biology 175 Karen Reed section 5
Anatomical Position
Anterior
posterior
ventral
Standing erect, facing froward, arms hanging at side, palms f…
front
back
belly front
Anatomical Position
Standing erect, facing froward, arms hanging at side, palms f…
Anterior
front
Karen Kym Biology Semester 2 Vocab All
Chromosomes
Histones
chromatid
Centromere
Rod-shaped structures made of DNA and proteins.
Maintain the shape of chromosomes and aid in the tight packin…
Each half of the chromosomes.
The point where two Chromatids are attached.
Chromosomes
Rod-shaped structures made of DNA and proteins.
Histones
Maintain the shape of chromosomes and aid in the tight packin…
57 terms
Karen Lewis Molecular Biology Exam 2
Polymerase 2
Polymerase 4
Polymerase 5
Rev1
translesion synthesis... prokaryotic
translesion synthesis... prokaryotic
translesion synthesis... prokaryotic
translesion synthesis... eukaryotic
Polymerase 2
translesion synthesis... prokaryotic
Polymerase 4
translesion synthesis... prokaryotic
Human Biology 175 Karen Reeds ch1 sec1 and 2
Science
Disciplines of Science
Biology
chemistry
A dynamic collection of information dealing with natural meas…
Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology
study of life
the study of matter and energy changes that matter undergoes
Science
A dynamic collection of information dealing with natural meas…
Disciplines of Science
Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology
70 terms
Biology Accelerated Ch. 1-2 (props to Karen!)
What is the goal of science?
What is science?
What is observation?
What is the information you gather fro…
The goal of science is to provide natural explanations for ev…
Science is an organized way of using evidence to learn about…
An observation is the act of noticing and describing an event…
Data
What is the goal of science?
The goal of science is to provide natural explanations for ev…
What is science?
Science is an organized way of using evidence to learn about…
Human biology 175 Karen Reed Ch 1 Sec 3 and 4
Characteristics of Life
adaptation
Cellular
growth
Adaptation,cells,growth,heredity,homeostasis,... interdependence…
progressive,heritable change in the DNA of a population
basic unit of live, all living things composed of on cell
increase in size
Characteristics of Life
Adaptation,cells,growth,heredity,homeostasis,... interdependence…
adaptation
progressive,heritable change in the DNA of a population
Lecture Test 2: MicroBiology for Allied Health Karen Anderko Spring 2015
Gene
Mutation
Chromosome
Replication
In Heredity, Generally determines a single characteristic
In Heredity Allows for Changes in the Characteristics between…
During Binary Fission this replicates and each daughter Cell…
DNA ---> DNA (DNA makes new DNA)
Gene
In Heredity, Generally determines a single characteristic
Mutation
In Heredity Allows for Changes in the Characteristics between…
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MDC Biology 1005 Hiealeah Campus Professor: Karen Alvarez-Delfin, Ph.D. Test 1 Chapter 1,2,3,4
Characteristics of all living things.…
Organization in living things is hiera…
The scientific method
What is a placebo?
1. Assimilate energy.... 2. Respond to their environment.... 3. Mai…
1. Atoms.... 2. Molecules.... 3. Organelles.... 4. Cells.... 5. Tissue.... 6…
observation, hypothesis, prediction, test, and conclusion
Substance that appears to be a drug but is not.
Characteristics of all living things.…
1. Assimilate energy.... 2. Respond to their environment.... 3. Mai…
Organization in living things is hiera…
1. Atoms.... 2. Molecules.... 3. Organelles.... 4. Cells.... 5. Tissue.... 6…
114 terms
Final study guide Bio 100 Karen Froerer
prey-predator relationship, as preys i…
interactions among different communiti…
distributes nutrients from one level t…
unpredictable environments, rapid popu…
what is a large component of the population cycle process
Community cycle
what does an ecosystem do?
opportunistic populations
prey-predator relationship, as preys i…
what is a large component of the population cycle process
interactions among different communiti…
Community cycle
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Apologia Biology Module 14
Botany
Perennial plants
Annual plants
Biennial plants
The study of plants.
Plants that grow year after year.
Plants that live for only one year.
Plants that live for two years.
Botany
The study of plants.
Perennial plants
Plants that grow year after year.
27 terms
Apologia Biology Module 1
Metabolism
Anabolism
Catabolism
Photosynthesis
The chemical processes that occur within a living organism in…
The constructive part of metabolism concerned especially with…
Degradative metabolism involving the release of energy and re…
The process by which green plants and some other organisms us…
Metabolism
The chemical processes that occur within a living organism in…
Anabolism
The constructive part of metabolism concerned especially with…
12 terms
Apologia Biology Module 12
Exoskeleton
Molt
Thorax
Abdomen
A body covering, typically made of chitin, that provides supp…
To shed an old outer covering so that it can be replaced with…
The body region between the head and the abdomen
The body region posterior to the thorax
Exoskeleton
A body covering, typically made of chitin, that provides supp…
Molt
To shed an old outer covering so that it can be replaced with…
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Chapter 2 Biology
atom
element
compound
ion
Basic unit of matter
A pure substance made of only one kind of atom
A substance made up of atoms of two or more different element…
A charged atom
atom
Basic unit of matter
element
A pure substance made of only one kind of atom
Karen Horney
Karen Horney was the...?
What did she develop?
1 of the first women in germany
1 of six founding members of the
first great psychoanalytic feminist
paradigm in which culture and disturbed human relationships r…
to be admitted to medical school
Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute
Karen Horney was the...?
first great psychoanalytic feminist
What did she develop?
paradigm in which culture and disturbed human relationships r…
50 terms
Psych Chapter 4: Karen Horney
What did she develop?
Basic Hostility
Basic Anxiety
Basic Conflict
paradigm in which culture and disturbed human relationships r…
Repressed feelings of rage that originate during childhood wh…
Feelings of isolation and helplessness in a potentially hosti…
The incompatible tendency to toward, against, and away from p…
What did she develop?
paradigm in which culture and disturbed human relationships r…
Basic Hostility
Repressed feelings of rage that originate during childhood wh…
Psychology 331 Karen Horney
Children's Needs
Satisfaction Need
Safety Need
Basic Hostility
Satisfaction and safety.
Biological need (food, water, etc.)
Feeling of being loved, wanted, and protected.
Anger the child has towards the parents for not meeting their…
Children's Needs
Satisfaction and safety.
Satisfaction Need
Biological need (food, water, etc.)
154 terms
Biology EOI Vocabulary Epic Charter
Qualitative
Quantitative data
Kilo
hecto
written descriptions
numerical descriptions
(k)
(h)
Qualitative
written descriptions
Quantitative data
numerical descriptions
Chapter 5: Karen Horney
Aggression
Horneys critique of Freud
Two basic needs in childhood
Basic evil
is not inward it is learned by environment
too rigid towards new idea... aggression is not born... skewed view…
Safety ex:security and freedom from fear... Satisfaction:food, w…
underming childs security
Aggression
is not inward it is learned by environment
Horneys critique of Freud
too rigid towards new idea... aggression is not born... skewed view…
22 terms
Amino Acid
Cys(C)
His(H)
Ile(I)
Met(M)
Cysteine
Histidine
Isoleucine
Methionine
Cys(C)
Cysteine
His(H)
Histidine
42 terms
Karen Solorzano
Un professeur
Un(e) prof
Un copain
Une copain
Teacher
...
A boyfriend
A girlfriend
Un professeur
Teacher
Un(e) prof
...
19 terms
lesson 1
Ελλάδα
μοναδικός
η βάση
είμαι έγκυος
Greece
unique
the base
i'm pregnant
Ελλάδα
Greece
μοναδικός
unique
Ecology Vocabulary
ecology
biotic (bio=life) Factor
abiotic (a=without/ bio=life) Factor
population
the study of the interactions between organisms and their env…
living factors in the environment... example: trout, bacteria, s…
nonliving part of the environment... Examples: water, rocks, lig…
group of organisms of the same species that live in the same…
ecology
the study of the interactions between organisms and their env…
biotic (bio=life) Factor
living factors in the environment... example: trout, bacteria, s…
70 terms
Chapter 1 - General, Organic, And Biological Chemistry Structures of Life (Karen C. Timberlake)
100 cm = ? m
10mm = ? cm
1m = ? in
2.54 cm = ? in
1 m
1 cm
39.4 in
1 in
100 cm = ? m
1 m
10mm = ? cm
1 cm
123 terms
Bio 175 test 2
A group of cells that work together to…
Name the four tissue categories
Specialized cellular attachments are k…
A _______ ____________ is attached to…
tissue
epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous
junctions
tight junction
A group of cells that work together to…
tissue
Name the four tissue categories
epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous
52 terms
Muscle names and pictures only
Sternocleidomastoid
Trapezius
Scalene
Occipitofrontalis
Sternocleidomastoid
Trapezius
Karen Horney Quiz 10/21
overview of interpersonal psychoanalyt…
individual differences
adaptation and adjustment
cognitive processes
unconscious is a powerful determinant of personality and chil…
we differ in the way we define ourselves in relationships; th…
healthy interpersonal relationships are a key to adjustment a…
blind spots and other defense mechanisms limit insight, but c…
overview of interpersonal psychoanalyt…
unconscious is a powerful determinant of personality and chil…
individual differences
we differ in the way we define ourselves in relationships; th…
21 terms
Evolution
species
fossil
adaptation
evolution
A group of similar organisms that can breed and produce ferti…
A trace of an ancient organism that has been preserved in rock
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
Change in a kind of organism over time; process by which mode…
species
A group of similar organisms that can breed and produce ferti…
fossil
A trace of an ancient organism that has been preserved in rock
53 terms
Psych Chapter 4: Karen Horney
Karen Horney was the...?
What did she develop?
1 of the first women in germany
1 of six founding members of the
first great psychoanalytic feminist
paradigm in which culture and disturbed human relationships r…
to be admitted to medical school
Berlin Psychoanalytic Institute
Karen Horney was the...?
first great psychoanalytic feminist
What did she develop?
paradigm in which culture and disturbed human relationships r…
53 terms
Greek and Latin Roots - Scholastic Book - All units 1-8
Cap
San
Phil
Ord
head
Health
Love
row or rank
Cap
head
San
Health
Biology
Basis of any science
Some sciences
Characteristics of science
Characteristics of living beings
Uncertainty and change
Math, evolution, genetics
Systematic, methodic, objective, verifiable, modificable, eth…
Organization, energy acquisition and release, homeostasis, ir…
Basis of any science
Uncertainty and change
Some sciences
Math, evolution, genetics
Principles and foundations of Health- Karen
community health
health education
health promotion
health
health status of a defined group of people and the actions an…
any combination of planned learning experiences using evidenc…
any planned combination of educational, political, environmen…
is a dynamic state or condition that is multidimensional (i.e…
community health
health status of a defined group of people and the actions an…
health education
any combination of planned learning experiences using evidenc…
Primate Behavioral Ecology (Anthro 458 UW-Madison Karen Strier) Chapter 3
Adaptive Radiation
Allopatric
Angiosperm
Anthropocene
the evolutionary process by which a species diversifies to oc…
two or more species that are geographically separated from on…
flowering plant
period of time during which human activities have changed the…
Adaptive Radiation
the evolutionary process by which a species diversifies to oc…
Allopatric
two or more species that are geographically separated from on…
21 terms
Study guide by Karen and Leslie
Evolution
phyla
neutral drift
Biovolume
different kinds of living organisms are thought to have devel…
category that ranks above class and below kingdom
variation within and between species is not caused by natural…
The volume of cells in a unit amount of water
Evolution
different kinds of living organisms are thought to have devel…
phyla
category that ranks above class and below kingdom
113 terms
Chapter 24 - The Digestive System
The digestive system functions are
Gastrointestinal System
Alimentary Canal
Accessory Organs
Ingestion, Secretion, Digestion (Chemical and Mechanical), Mi…
Also called the digestive system and is composed of the alime…
Extends from the mouth to the anus through the ventral body c…
Include the Teeth, Tongue, Salivary Glands, Liver, Gallbladde…
The digestive system functions are
Ingestion, Secretion, Digestion (Chemical and Mechanical), Mi…
Gastrointestinal System
Also called the digestive system and is composed of the alime…
18 terms
Structure, Function, and Life Cycles :: Biology :: Life Science
biology
organism
adaptation
camouflage
The study of living things.
A living thing.
A structure or behavior that helps an organism survive in its…
The shape, color, or pattern of an organism that helps it hid…
biology
The study of living things.
organism
A living thing.
21 terms
Study guide by Karen and Leslie
Evolution
phyla
neutral drift
Biovolume
different kinds of living organisms are thought to have devel…
category that ranks above class and below kingdom
variation within and between species is not caused by natural…
The volume of cells in a unit amount of water
Evolution
different kinds of living organisms are thought to have devel…
phyla
category that ranks above class and below kingdom
13 terms
Unit 6 Biology Vocab
Aerobic
Alcoholic Fermentation
Anaerobic
ATP
Needs oxygen to take place
Converts sugars into cellular energy
Doesn't need oxygen to take place
Adenosine Triphosphate
Aerobic
Needs oxygen to take place
Alcoholic Fermentation
Converts sugars into cellular energy
118 terms
English II EOI Vocabulary Epic Charter
archetype
complexities
consumer document
counterclaim
A detail, image, or character type that occurs frequently in…
qualities or states of beings that include many levels of und…
Informative texts, such as warranties, contracts and instruct…
A challenge to a position; an opposing argument
archetype
A detail, image, or character type that occurs frequently in…
complexities
qualities or states of beings that include many levels of und…
168 terms
Algebra 2 EOI Vocabulary Epic Charter
rational exponent
fractional exponent
product rule (exponent)
Quotient rule (exponent)
represents both an integer exponent and an nth root. The root…
represents both an integer exponent and an nth root. The root…
Multiplying numbers with the same base. Simply add exponent p…
To divide two exponents with the same base, you keep the base…
rational exponent
represents both an integer exponent and an nth root. The root…
fractional exponent
represents both an integer exponent and an nth root. The root…
83 terms
IB Biology Chapters 1-3 Review
Biology:
List the properties of life.
Levels of biological organization:
Emergent Properties:
The scientific study of life
Order... Evolutionary Adaptation... Response to the Environment and…
Atom... Molecule... Organelles... Cells... Tissues... Organs... Organ Systems... O…
Novel property that implies that the whole is greater than th…
Biology:
The scientific study of life
List the properties of life.
Order... Evolutionary Adaptation... Response to the Environment and…
100 terms
Plate Tectonics
divergent
Oceans
Mid-Atlantic Ridge
rift
At a __________ plate boundary new crust is created as two or…
__________ can be created or grow wider where plates diverge…
The __________-__________ __________ is an example of a diver…
When a divergent boundary occurs on land a __________, or sep…
divergent
At a __________ plate boundary new crust is created as two or…
Oceans
__________ can be created or grow wider where plates diverge…
98 terms
CHAPTER 6 SKELETAL SYSTEM
Acetabulum
Ankylosis
arthr
Arthralgia
cup shaped socket of the hipbone into which the thighbone fits
stiffening of a joint
joint
pain in a joint
Acetabulum
cup shaped socket of the hipbone into which the thighbone fits
Ankylosis
stiffening of a joint
Biology Unit 1 Test- Matthies
Deoxyribonucleic acid
Prokaryotic
Eukaryotic
Archaebacteria
Our universal genetic code (DNA)
Cells with no nucleus or organelles
Cells with a nucleus and organelles
Extremophiles
Deoxyribonucleic acid
Our universal genetic code (DNA)
Prokaryotic
Cells with no nucleus or organelles
13 terms
Biology set #1- 1/4/16
biosphere
environment
ecosystem
abiotic factors
the portion of the planet that contains life
all the biological, chemical, and physical conditions that ac…
a community of interdependent organisms and their environment
a nonliving part of the environment
biosphere
the portion of the planet that contains life
environment
all the biological, chemical, and physical conditions that ac…
9 terms
Bio ch 9
Calorie
Cellular respiration
Aerobic
Glycolysis
Amount of energy needed to raise the temp of one gram of wate…
Process that releases energy from food in the presence of oxy…
Requires oxygen
First set of reactions ,transforms glucose
Calorie
Amount of energy needed to raise the temp of one gram of wate…
Cellular respiration
Process that releases energy from food in the presence of oxy…
21 terms
Biology vocal. 9
Glucose
Fructose
Hexokinase
Isomerase
A six carbon structure that fuels glycolysis.
A sugar often found in fruits, second structure in the glycol…
An enzyme that transfers glucose to fructose 6 phosphate.
Position of the parts; creates a mirror image of a structure.
Glucose
A six carbon structure that fuels glycolysis.
Fructose
A sugar often found in fruits, second structure in the glycol…
Chapter 8 Nervous System
The cerebellum is the second
Nerves are of two types:
An afferent nerve or sensory nerve car…
an afferent nerve carries sensory info…
largest division of the brain, after the cerebrum. Consists o…
afferent and efferent
from the periphery of the body to the brain (or spinal cord).
taste, pain, and proprioception to the brain
The cerebellum is the second
largest division of the brain, after the cerebrum. Consists o…
Nerves are of two types:
afferent and efferent
Biology chapter 7
Cell respiration
Anaerobic
Aerobic respiration
Glycosis
Cells get energy from carbohydrates. Oxygen combines with glu…
Process that doesn't use oxygen
Process where pyruvic acid is broken down and used to make a…
Organic compounds are turned into pyruvic acid which makes AT…
Cell respiration
Cells get energy from carbohydrates. Oxygen combines with glu…
Anaerobic
Process that doesn't use oxygen
Biology Unit 1
What makes up the Biosphere?
What is every part of the biosphere co…
What is Biodiversity?
True or false?... Greater Biodiversity is…
All living things and the places they are found on Earth
Every other part of the biosphere
The variety of life
False ... It's found closer to the equator
What makes up the Biosphere?
All living things and the places they are found on Earth
What is every part of the biosphere co…
Every other part of the biosphere
30 terms
Bacteriology
Taxonomy
Prokaryotes
Photosynthetic
Chemosynthetic
Naming and classifying organisms into distinct groups or cate…
"Pre-Nucleus"... Cells that do not contain nuclei
Describes bacteria that make their own food using light energy
having the ability to use the energy from chemical reactions…
Taxonomy
Naming and classifying organisms into distinct groups or cate…
Prokaryotes
"Pre-Nucleus"... Cells that do not contain nuclei
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