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mcat
shadow
where is language processed?
sensory memory (and 3 types)
hypothalamus
speech shadowing - repeat speech immediately after hearing it
linguistic information (production/comprehension) are lateral…
allows individuals to retain sensory impressions after origin…
homeostatic equilibrium - body temperature, hunger, important…
shadow
speech shadowing - repeat speech immediately after hearing it
where is language processed?
linguistic information (production/comprehension) are lateral…
1,393 terms
MCAT
2 microtubule organizing centers
Kinetochores
metastasis
Mitosis
basal body of a flagellum or cilium... centrosome
protein structures located on the centromeres that serve as a…
distant spread of cancerous cells through the bloodstream or…
2 identical cells created from a single cell
2 microtubule organizing centers
basal body of a flagellum or cilium... centrosome
Kinetochores
protein structures located on the centromeres that serve as a…
275 terms
MCAT
X - chemical symbol for the element... A…
A - mass number - the number on left,…
Z - atomic number - the number on the…
valence electrons
Identify A, X, and Z
the number of (protons plus neutrons) in the nucleus
the number of protons in the nucleus
The electrons farthest from the nucleus, as well as any elect…
X - chemical symbol for the element... A…
Identify A, X, and Z
A - mass number - the number on left,…
the number of (protons plus neutrons) in the nucleus
MCAT
B
B
C
D
B
B
204 terms
MCAT
Acetic acid
ethanol
ammonium
ammonia
NH3
Acetic acid
ethanol
531 terms
MCAT
Health Disparity
Relative Poverty
Social Exclusion
Social Capital
Differences in health and healtcare that occur between groups…
Social inequality in which people are relatively poor compare…
Term referring to how impoverised are often excluded from opp…
Individual's social networks which may confer economic or per…
Health Disparity
Differences in health and healtcare that occur between groups…
Relative Poverty
Social inequality in which people are relatively poor compare…
184 terms
MCAT
strong acids
strong bases
acid + base ->
for a strong base weak acid, where is…
HCl, HBr, HI, H2SO4, HNO3; remember BINS and that HCl and HCl…
Hydroxides or IA + IIA metals; NaOH, LiOH, Ca(OH)2
salt + neutral compound(H20)
1/2 equivalence point
strong acids
HCl, HBr, HI, H2SO4, HNO3; remember BINS and that HCl and HCl…
strong bases
Hydroxides or IA + IIA metals; NaOH, LiOH, Ca(OH)2
618 terms
MCAT
Collision Theory of Chemical Kinetics
Arrhenius Equation
Transition State Theory
endergonic
States the rate of reaction is proportional to the number of…
K=Ae^(-E/RT). K=A=T=1/E where K is the rate, A is the frequen…
Theory of reactions that focuses on forming a high energy act…
energy absorbed deltaG = +
Collision Theory of Chemical Kinetics
States the rate of reaction is proportional to the number of…
Arrhenius Equation
K=Ae^(-E/RT). K=A=T=1/E where K is the rate, A is the frequen…
315 terms
MCAT
sin0
sin30
sin45
sin60
0
1/2
√2/2
√3/2
sin0
0
sin30
1/2
768 terms
MCAT
Absolute Threshold
Subliminal Stimuli
Weber's Law
Just Noticeable Difference (JND)
Minimum intensity of stimulus needed to detect a particular s…
stimuli below absolute threshold
the ratio of the increment threshold to the background intens…
Threshold at which you're able to notice a change in any sens…
Absolute Threshold
Minimum intensity of stimulus needed to detect a particular s…
Subliminal Stimuli
stimuli below absolute threshold
1,840 terms
MCAT
Cell Theory
magnification
resolution
eyepiece magnification
-all living things composed of cells... -cell=basic functional u…
increase size
differentiate close objects
10x
Cell Theory
-all living things composed of cells... -cell=basic functional u…
magnification
increase size
171 terms
MCAT
What are the 7 strong acids?
What are the 7 strong bases?
What are the Lewis definitions of Acid…
What are the Bronsted-Lowry definition…
Hydroiodic (HI)... Hydrobromic (HBr)... Hydrochloric (HCl)... Nitric (…
Sodium Hydroixe (NaOH)... Potassium Hydroxide (KOH)... Amide ion (N…
Acid-electron acceptor... Base-electron donor
Acid-Proton donor... Base-Proton acceptor
What are the 7 strong acids?
Hydroiodic (HI)... Hydrobromic (HBr)... Hydrochloric (HCl)... Nitric (…
What are the 7 strong bases?
Sodium Hydroixe (NaOH)... Potassium Hydroxide (KOH)... Amide ion (N…
92 terms
mcat
shadow
where is language processed?
sensory memory (and 3 types)
hypothalamus
speech shadowing - repeat speech immediately after hearing it
linguistic information (production/comprehension) are lateral…
allows individuals to retain sensory impressions after origin…
homeostatic equilibrium - body temperature, hunger, important…
shadow
speech shadowing - repeat speech immediately after hearing it
where is language processed?
linguistic information (production/comprehension) are lateral…
1,532 terms
MCAT
Does at person weigh more or less at t…
A person weighs _____ at the top of a…
If the velocity of an orbiting satelli…
Any two masses undergoing free fall ne…
A person weighs less at the equator, because the radius of Ea…
less
There would be no effect on the gravitational force because v…
will have the identical acceleration due to gravity and there…
Does at person weigh more or less at t…
A person weighs less at the equator, because the radius of Ea…
A person weighs _____ at the top of a…
less
1,546 terms
MCAT
Inertia:
Mass:
Weight:
How is an object's weight determined a…
The tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest or unifor…
The quantitative measure of an object's inertia. An object's…
A measure of the gravitational force exerted on an object; it…
An object's weight is given by the product of its mass and th…
Inertia:
The tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest or unifor…
Mass:
The quantitative measure of an object's inertia. An object's…
60 terms
MCAT
B
B
C
D
B
B
1,864 terms
MCAT
Myocytes
Cell Theory
Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotic Cells
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
Can be unicellular or multi-cellular. They contain a true nuc…
Cell lacking a nuclear membrane and membrane-bound organelles…
Myocytes
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Cell Theory
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
1,546 terms
MCAT
Inertia:
Mass:
Weight:
How is an object's weight determined a…
The tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest or unifor…
The quantitative measure of an object's inertia. An object's…
A measure of the gravitational force exerted on an object; it…
An object's weight is given by the product of its mass and th…
Inertia:
The tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest or unifor…
Mass:
The quantitative measure of an object's inertia. An object's…
1,546 terms
MCAT
Inertia:
Mass:
Weight:
How is an object's weight determined a…
The tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest or unifor…
The quantitative measure of an object's inertia. An object's…
A measure of the gravitational force exerted on an object; it…
An object's weight is given by the product of its mass and th…
Inertia:
The tendency of a body to maintain is state of rest or unifor…
Mass:
The quantitative measure of an object's inertia. An object's…
2,000 terms
MCAT
Myocytes
Cell Theory
Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotic Cells
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
Can be unicellular or multi-cellular. They contain a true nuc…
Cell lacking a nuclear membrane and membrane-bound organelles…
Myocytes
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Cell Theory
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
2,000 terms
MCAT
Myocytes
Cell Theory
Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotic Cells
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
Can be unicellular or multi-cellular. They contain a true nuc…
Cell lacking a nuclear membrane and membrane-bound organelles…
Myocytes
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Cell Theory
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
2,000 terms
MCAT
Myocytes
Cell Theory
Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotic Cells
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
Can be unicellular or multi-cellular. They contain a true nuc…
Cell lacking a nuclear membrane and membrane-bound organelles…
Myocytes
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Cell Theory
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
MCAT
Positron Emission
Amino Acids Likely to Be Found in INTE…
Pyruvate Decarboxylation (general reac…
Stop Codons: Number of them & name each
proton converted to → NEUTRON + POSITRON
= nonpolar (hydrophobic) AA's ... I.e. valine
↓ glucose uptake = ↓ pyruvate in mitochondria = ↓ rate of pyr…
3 stop codons: UAA, UGA, UAG
Positron Emission
proton converted to → NEUTRON + POSITRON
Amino Acids Likely to Be Found in INTE…
= nonpolar (hydrophobic) AA's ... I.e. valine
87 terms
MCAT
Amino Acids in eukaryotes are (D/L)? A…
Nonpolar Amino Acids
Polar uncharged Amino Acids
Polar charged, acidic Amino Acids
All amino acids in Eukaryotes are L, and all AA's are in S co…
Glycine, Alanine, Phenylalanine, Leusine, Isoleusine, tryptop…
serine, threonine, asparagine, glutamine, tyrosine, cysteine
Aspartic Acid (aspartate), Glutamic Acid (Glutamate)
Amino Acids in eukaryotes are (D/L)? A…
All amino acids in Eukaryotes are L, and all AA's are in S co…
Nonpolar Amino Acids
Glycine, Alanine, Phenylalanine, Leusine, Isoleusine, tryptop…
MCAT
(High/low) quantum number, then high w…
What does the Rutherford model look li…
What is Planck's quantum theory equati…
What does the Bohr model look like?
High
E=hf
(High/low) quantum number, then high w…
High
What does the Rutherford model look li…
MCAT
glycine
no change in placement of light rays;…
acyl halide
half lives are unaffected by external…
which amino acid lacks a chiral center
real image
assumption of carbon dating
glycine
which amino acid lacks a chiral center
no change in placement of light rays;…
real image
mcat
shadow
where is language processed?
sensory memory (and 3 types)
hypothalamus
speech shadowing - repeat speech immediately after hearing it
linguistic information (production/comprehension) are lateral…
allows individuals to retain sensory impressions after origin…
homeostatic equilibrium - body temperature, hunger, important…
shadow
speech shadowing - repeat speech immediately after hearing it
where is language processed?
linguistic information (production/comprehension) are lateral…
MCAT
The two amino acids that have chiral s…
All amino acids except this one are in…
These two acidic amino acids contain w…
These three basic amino acids contain…
What are threonine and isoleucine
What is Cystine
The two ___ amino acids Aspartic acid and glutamic acid conta…
The three ____ amino acids are lysine, arginine and histidine…
The two amino acids that have chiral s…
What are threonine and isoleucine
All amino acids except this one are in…
What is Cystine
535 terms
MCAT
Why is the liquid form of water more d…
What is the purpose of using a boiling…
Torque at the pivot point
Enzyme types
The bent structure of the water molecule and ratio of covalen…
When transitioning from liquid to gas during boiling, the liq…
There is zero torque at the pivot point, since the lever arm…
A: Transferases move functional groups from one molecule to a…
Why is the liquid form of water more d…
The bent structure of the water molecule and ratio of covalen…
What is the purpose of using a boiling…
When transitioning from liquid to gas during boiling, the liq…
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mcat
Constitutional isomer
Stereoisomers
Conformational isomers
Configurational isomers
(or structural) isomers differ in the order in which the atom…
Stereoisomers contain the same functional groups and differ o…
Conformational isomers (or conformers or rotamers) are stereo…
Configurational isomers are stereoisomers that do not readily…
Constitutional isomer
(or structural) isomers differ in the order in which the atom…
Stereoisomers
Stereoisomers contain the same functional groups and differ o…
36 terms
MCAT
Quantum Numbers
Hund's Rule
Paramagnetic
Diamagnetic
Principle Quantum Number: n ... Azimuthal (Angular Momentum) Qu…
orient unpaired electron spins to align with magnetic field:…
repelled by magnetic field... has only paired electrons
Quantum Numbers
Principle Quantum Number: n ... Azimuthal (Angular Momentum) Qu…
Hund's Rule
114 terms
mcat
shadow
where is language processed?
sensory memory (and 3 types)
hypothalamus
speech shadowing - repeat speech immediately after hearing it
linguistic information (production/comprehension) are lateral…
allows individuals to retain sensory impressions after origin…
homeostatic equilibrium - body temperature, hunger, important…
shadow
speech shadowing - repeat speech immediately after hearing it
where is language processed?
linguistic information (production/comprehension) are lateral…
233 terms
MCAT
Power equation
Work equation
pH equation
G
p=w/t work (Joules) / time (seconds) [overall unit: Watt]... p=…
w= fd Force * displacement [overall unit: Nm]... w= dK + dP... =…
pH= - log[H3O+]
Polar... Gly, G
Power equation
p=w/t work (Joules) / time (seconds) [overall unit: Watt]... p=…
Work equation
w= fd Force * displacement [overall unit: Nm]... w= dK + dP... =…
28 terms
MCAT
Semiconservative Replication
Topoisomerase
Helicase
DNA Primase
2 DNA strands unzip, each is a template for complementary nuc…
A replication enzyme that relaxes supercoiling in the double…
A replication enzyme that disrupts the hydrogen bonds between…
A replication enzyme that makes RNA primer on single stranded…
Semiconservative Replication
2 DNA strands unzip, each is a template for complementary nuc…
Topoisomerase
A replication enzyme that relaxes supercoiling in the double…
99 terms
MCAT
Alpha Decay
Beta Decay
Electron Capture
Positron Emission
-Lose helium nucleus... -Change in mass #: -4... -Change in Atomic…
-Neutron becomes proton, electron emitted or positron absorbe…
- Also a form of beta decay -... -Proton becomes neutron, electr…
- Also a form of beta decay -... -Proton becomes neutron, positr…
Alpha Decay
-Lose helium nucleus... -Change in mass #: -4... -Change in Atomic…
Beta Decay
-Neutron becomes proton, electron emitted or positron absorbe…
MCAT
X - chemical symbol for the element... A…
A - mass number - the number on left,…
Z - atomic number - the number on the…
valence electrons
Identify A, X, and Z
the number of (protons plus neutrons) in the nucleus
the number of protons in the nucleus
The electrons farthest from the nucleus, as well as any elect…
X - chemical symbol for the element... A…
Identify A, X, and Z
A - mass number - the number on left,…
the number of (protons plus neutrons) in the nucleus
MCAT
Endoderm
Mesoderm
Ectoderm
Cocktail party effect
1) GI tract epithelia (except mouth and anus)... 2) GI glands (e…
1) Muscle... 2) bone... 3) connective tissue... 4) cardiovascular and…
1) nervous system... 2) pituitary gland... 3) adrenal medulla... 4) co…
When able to discern info relevant to you from unattended sti…
Endoderm
1) GI tract epithelia (except mouth and anus)... 2) GI glands (e…
Mesoderm
1) Muscle... 2) bone... 3) connective tissue... 4) cardiovascular and…
773 terms
MCAT
capicitancce
capacitors in parallel
capacitors in series
AC
only depends on dielectric, area and distance between plates;…
Cp=C1+C2+C3...; same voltage
1/Cp= 1/C1+1/C2...; same current
alternating currents; RMS=Vmax/ rt(2); Avg power = Irms^2*R
capicitancce
only depends on dielectric, area and distance between plates;…
capacitors in parallel
Cp=C1+C2+C3...; same voltage
783 terms
MCAT
capacitor
capicitancce
Purpose of capacitor
dielectric
pair of parallel plates with opposite but equal charges; form…
only depends on dielectric, area and distance between plates;…
1. Create a uniform field; always point from positive plate t…
material put in between capacitor to increase capacitance; KE…
capacitor
pair of parallel plates with opposite but equal charges; form…
capicitancce
only depends on dielectric, area and distance between plates;…
315 terms
MCAT
sin0
sin30
sin45
sin60
0
1/2
√2/2
√3/2
sin0
0
sin30
1/2
275 terms
MCAT
X - chemical symbol for the element... A…
A - mass number - the number on left,…
Z - atomic number - the number on the…
valence electrons
Identify A, X, and Z
the number of (protons plus neutrons) in the nucleus
the number of protons in the nucleus
The electrons farthest from the nucleus, as well as any elect…
X - chemical symbol for the element... A…
Identify A, X, and Z
A - mass number - the number on left,…
the number of (protons plus neutrons) in the nucleus
240 terms
MCAT
Psychoanalytic Perspective
Parasympathetic Nervous System
Schizophrenia
Depressive Disorder
Id: Primal urges to survive, goes by the pleasure principle-…
"Rest and Digest"... Constrict pupils... Stimulate saliva flow... Cons…
Positive symptoms: Delusion, hallucinations, disorganized tho…
Major depressive episode: at least 2 weeks with at least 5 of…
Psychoanalytic Perspective
Id: Primal urges to survive, goes by the pleasure principle-…
Parasympathetic Nervous System
"Rest and Digest"... Constrict pupils... Stimulate saliva flow... Cons…
315 terms
MCAT
sin0
sin30
sin45
sin60
0
1/2
√2/2
√3/2
sin0
0
sin30
1/2
22 terms
MCAT.
Chemical Formula for Sulfuric acid.
Chemical Formula for Phosporic acid.
Chemical Formula for Potassium Ferrate.
Acid-Base reaction.
H2 S O4
H₃ P O₄
K₂ F e O₄
(Theory) A base donate pairs of electrons and acids accept pa…
Chemical Formula for Sulfuric acid.
H2 S O4
Chemical Formula for Phosporic acid.
H₃ P O₄
65 terms
MCAT
Common steroid-based molecules commonl…
A neuron secretes neurotransmitters fr…
the 5' end of a nucleotide corresponds…
The body compensates for increased env…
testosterone, progesterone, estrogen, cortisol, and aldostero…
axon
phosphate ... hydroxyl
sweating and losing water through the skin.
Common steroid-based molecules commonl…
testosterone, progesterone, estrogen, cortisol, and aldostero…
A neuron secretes neurotransmitters fr…
axon
1,864 terms
MCAT
Myocytes
Cell Theory
Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotic Cells
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
Can be unicellular or multi-cellular. They contain a true nuc…
Cell lacking a nuclear membrane and membrane-bound organelles…
Myocytes
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Cell Theory
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
MCAT
B
B
C
D
B
B
2,000 terms
MCAT
Myocytes
Cell Theory
Eukaryotic Cells
Prokaryotic Cells
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
Can be unicellular or multi-cellular. They contain a true nuc…
Cell lacking a nuclear membrane and membrane-bound organelles…
Myocytes
Long, tubular cells that develop from myoblasts to form muscl…
Cell Theory
Foundational belief in modern biology that... -All living things…
30 terms
MCAT
B
B
C
D
B
B
212 terms
MCAT
RNA primase
calcitonin
glycogen precursors
palmitate
primer
thyroid; controls Ca blood concentration
glucose; alanine & pyruvate (via gluconeogenesis)
a fatty acid... 16 carbons from 8 acetyl CoAs
RNA primase
primer
calcitonin
thyroid; controls Ca blood concentration
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