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34 terms
Principles of Science
crystalline solid
amorphous solid
heat of fusion
Vapor pressure
regular and repeating arrangement of particles
no regular or repeating arrange of particle
amount of energy needed to overcome the intermolecular forces…
pressure exerted by gas molecules when in equilibrium with it…
crystalline solid
regular and repeating arrangement of particles
amorphous solid
no regular or repeating arrange of particle
9 terms
Principles of Science Unit 2
Magnetism
Magnetic Poles
Interactions between Magnetic Poles
Magnetic Field
The attraction of a magnet for another object.... The force of a…
A pole is an area of magnet where the magnetic effect is stro…
North + South= Magnets Attract... North + North= Magnets Repel... S…
The region of magnetic force around each magnet
Magnetism
The attraction of a magnet for another object.... The force of a…
Magnetic Poles
A pole is an area of magnet where the magnetic effect is stro…
27 terms
Principles of Food Science
food science
food analogs
nutrition
cryogenic liquids
study of the nature of foods and the principles of its produc…
natural or manufactured substances that are used in place of…
the study of components of food and how they are used by the…
substances used in quick freezing that are in liquid form at…
food science
study of the nature of foods and the principles of its produc…
food analogs
natural or manufactured substances that are used in place of…
94 terms
Principles of Health Science Final
Pathogen
Indirect contact
Microorganisms
Fungi
A disease causing microorganisms
Pathogens can be transmitted by direct and indirect contact.…
An organism that is too small to be seen by the human eye
Simple plants such as molds and yeasts, some of which cause d…
Pathogen
A disease causing microorganisms
Indirect contact
Pathogens can be transmitted by direct and indirect contact.…
141 terms
Principles of Computer Science
Quick Sort
Bubble Sort
Selection Sort
Linear Search
In this algorithm one the elements in the list is selected as…
This algorithm works through a list, comparing pairs of value…
This algorithm works through each element in the list to find…
The simplest searching algorithm, it starts at the first elem…
Quick Sort
In this algorithm one the elements in the list is selected as…
Bubble Sort
This algorithm works through a list, comparing pairs of value…
27 terms
Principles of Food Science
food science
food analogs
nutrition
cryogenic liquids
study of the nature of foods and the principles of its produc…
natural or manufactured substances that are used in place of…
the study of components of food and how they are used by the…
substances used in quick freezing that are in liquid form at…
food science
study of the nature of foods and the principles of its produc…
food analogs
natural or manufactured substances that are used in place of…
13 terms
Science Principles
Principle 1
Principal 2
Principal 3
Principal 4
Every two objects that touch apply force to each other.
All forces always come in pairs, in opposite directions.
The beginning of motion is always caused by forces.
An object's motion is influenced only by the forces that are…
Principle 1
Every two objects that touch apply force to each other.
Principal 2
All forces always come in pairs, in opposite directions.
28 terms
Organizing Principles of Earth Science
atmosphere
biogeochemical cycles
biosphere
carbon cycle
The envelope of gases that surrounds Earth
A pathway by which a chemical element or molecule moves throu…
All living things, whether in the air, in the oceans, or on a…
The series of processes by which carbon compounds are interco…
atmosphere
The envelope of gases that surrounds Earth
biogeochemical cycles
A pathway by which a chemical element or molecule moves throu…
186 terms
Principles of Science
Lymph Node Locations
A major body systems assessment includ…
What is radiography and what does it s…
What is CT and what does it show?
Parotid, Sub Mandibular, Pre-Scapular, Axillary, Inguinal, Po…
Cardiovascular: Pulse, MM, HR + Rhythym, auscultation... Respira…
A means of making an image representing the shadow of an obje…
Computed Tomography makes images also using X rays that repre…
Lymph Node Locations
Parotid, Sub Mandibular, Pre-Scapular, Axillary, Inguinal, Po…
A major body systems assessment includ…
Cardiovascular: Pulse, MM, HR + Rhythym, auscultation... Respira…
Suffixes - Principles of Health Science
Malacia
otomy
osis
rrhexis
softening
incision of
state or condition of
rupture
Malacia
softening
otomy
incision of
Science Principles
Data
Quantitative Data
Qualitative Data
Experiment
All of the numerical and observational information that is ga…
the type of data that is numerical or measurable
the type of data that is observational
used to test a hypothesis
Data
All of the numerical and observational information that is ga…
Quantitative Data
the type of data that is numerical or measurable
10 terms
Principles of Science Unit 2-2
Ohm's Law- definition
Ohm's Law- representation
Current
Voltage
Voltage, current and resistance are all related to each other…
Current = Volts/ Resistance... I= V/R
Rate at which electrons move past a point in a wire. ... Measure…
-The difference in electrical potential between two points.... -…
Ohm's Law- definition
Voltage, current and resistance are all related to each other…
Ohm's Law- representation
Current = Volts/ Resistance... I= V/R
28 terms
Principles of health science prefixes
a-, an-
ab-
ad-
anti-
Negative, without
Away from
Towards
Against
a-, an-
Negative, without
ab-
Away from
199 terms
Principles of Health Science Semester 1 Review
Cranium
Mandible
Clavical
Humerus
Cranium
Mandible
30 terms
Principles of Health Science- History of Medicine
Egyptians
Chinese
Dissection
Hippocrates
Recorded the first medical records
Nourished the body and cured the spirit.
Taking something apart to view it better
Father of medicine
Egyptians
Recorded the first medical records
Chinese
Nourished the body and cured the spirit.
226 terms
Principles of Biomedical Science
Active Immunity
Adhesion
Adenine
Agarose
Immunity produced by the person's own immune system. This typ…
A sticking together of substances; the molecular attraction e…
A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying molecules such…
A polysaccharide obtained from seaweed that is used as the su…
Active Immunity
Immunity produced by the person's own immune system. This typ…
Adhesion
A sticking together of substances; the molecular attraction e…
22 terms
Principles of Health Science- Professionalism
Empathy
Dependability
Patience
self-motivation
Understanding other's feelings
Others can rely on you
Control temper and frustration
doing things on your own with being told to do so
Empathy
Understanding other's feelings
Dependability
Others can rely on you
9 terms
Principles of Food Science
food science
Food Scientists
Beaker
graduated cylinder
study of the nature of foods and the principles of its produc…
Professionals trained in the field of food science. They help…
container with wide mouth used for holding liquids or solids…
tall cylindrical container used for measuring the volume of a…
food science
study of the nature of foods and the principles of its produc…
Food Scientists
Professionals trained in the field of food science. They help…
46 terms
Basic principles of Science
Matter
Atoms
Protons, neutrons, Electrons
Four states of Matter
The physical items that surround you such as air, water you h…
the basic unit of a chemical element.
_________compose Atoms
Sold, Liquid, Gas, Plasma
Matter
The physical items that surround you such as air, water you h…
Atoms
the basic unit of a chemical element.
13 terms
Principles of Science Unit 1
Heat
Temperature
kelvin
Specific Heat
a measure of the TOTAL amount of kinetic energy of the partic…
a measure of the AVERAGE amount of kinetic energy of the part…
a scale to measure temperature
the amount of heat that is needed to raise the temperature of…
Heat
a measure of the TOTAL amount of kinetic energy of the partic…
Temperature
a measure of the AVERAGE amount of kinetic energy of the part…
16 terms
Principles of Science
Science
Facts
Data
Goal of science
Set of facts and explanations based on the previous facts.
Info that is true.
Factual info that has no opinion of bias.
To answer questions about the natural world.
Science
Set of facts and explanations based on the previous facts.
Facts
Info that is true.
5 terms
Principles of Science
Archimedes
Pascal
Bernoulli
Boyle's Law
buoyant force on an object is equal to the weight of the flui…
pressure applied to a fluid is transmitted throughout the flu…
as the velocity of a fluid increases, the pressure exerted by…
volume decreases as pressure increases ... EX: As you push on t…
Archimedes
buoyant force on an object is equal to the weight of the flui…
Pascal
pressure applied to a fluid is transmitted throughout the flu…
33 terms
Principles of Science
Scientific Method
Variables
Scientific theories and laws
Models
State the problem ... Research and gather information... Form a hyp…
dependent variables- changes according to the charges of the…
scientific theory- an explanation of things or events based o…
a model represents an idea, event, or object to help people b…
Scientific Method
State the problem ... Research and gather information... Form a hyp…
Variables
dependent variables- changes according to the charges of the…
23 terms
Principles of Science - Circle of Willis
9 arteries
Supply for circle of Willis
R&L internal carotid arteries
Basilar artery
R & L anterior cerebral artery, anterior communicating artery…
R&L internal carotid artery, basilar artery, R&L vertebral ar…
Supply the anterior and middle cerebral arteries
Supplies posterior cerebral arteries. Formed by the merger of…
9 arteries
R & L anterior cerebral artery, anterior communicating artery…
Supply for circle of Willis
R&L internal carotid artery, basilar artery, R&L vertebral ar…
7 terms
Science Principles
Principle 1
Principle 2
Principle 3
Principle 4
All forces come in pairs, in opposite directions
For every force an object applies, there is an equal and oppo…
Forces that are applied to an object in opposite directions c…
Forces that are applied to an object in the same direction re…
Principle 1
All forces come in pairs, in opposite directions
Principle 2
For every force an object applies, there is an equal and oppo…
21 terms
Principles of Science: THE SKIN!
The Integumentary System
Epidermis
Dermis
Hypodermis (subcutaneous layer)
The organ system that skin belongs to
The outermost layer of skin
The middle layer of skin
The inner layer of skin
The Integumentary System
The organ system that skin belongs to
Epidermis
The outermost layer of skin
33 terms
Principles of Science - The Eye
5 special senses
Olfaction
Taste
Cranial nerves
Balance, hearing, vision, taste, smell
Smell
Gustatory
Are always numbered using Roman numerals
5 special senses
Balance, hearing, vision, taste, smell
Olfaction
Smell
37 terms
Principles of Science - descending aorta
Thoracic aorta
Branches off of the descending aorta
Thoracic aorta
Internal thoracic artery
Descending aorta
Esophageal arteries, tracheal arteries, pericardial arteries,…
Supplies posterior
Supplies anterior
Thoracic aorta
Descending aorta
Branches off of the descending aorta
Esophageal arteries, tracheal arteries, pericardial arteries,…
32 terms
Principles of Science
What colour does haematoxylin and eosi…
What is a nucleoside, purines and pyri…
What bonds hold bases, nucleotides and…
What are the features of the 5' and 3'…
- Haematoxylin = stains nuclei blue or purple... - Eosin = stain…
- Nucleoside = sugar and base, without the phosphate groups... -…
- Bases = hydrogen bonds (A:T is 2 bonds G:C is three bonds)…
- 5' end of DNA/RNA is free and not linked to another molecul…
What colour does haematoxylin and eosi…
- Haematoxylin = stains nuclei blue or purple... - Eosin = stain…
What is a nucleoside, purines and pyri…
- Nucleoside = sugar and base, without the phosphate groups... -…
81 terms
Unit I Principles of Marine Science Vocab
Passive Transport
Diffusion
Osmosis
Semi-Permeable Membrane
The movement of materials INTO and OUT of a cell WITHOUT usin…
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
Diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane
a membrane (as a cell membrane) that allows some molecule to…
Passive Transport
The movement of materials INTO and OUT of a cell WITHOUT usin…
Diffusion
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
17 terms
Science principles
Air that has mass and volume is called…
Air has mass and volume, therefore it…
All pure substances,when heated or coo…
Gases do not have a definite shape or…
Air that...
Air has...
All pure...
Gases do...
Air that has mass and volume is called…
Air that...
Air has mass and volume, therefore it…
Air has...
12 terms
Physical Science - Laws and Principles
Law of Conservation of Mass
Newton's Third Law of Motion
Law of Conservation of Energy
Law of Universal Gravitation
Mass cannot be created or destroyed during ordinary chemical…
Whenever one object exerts a force on a second object , the s…
Energy can be neither created nor destroyed.
All objects in the universe attract each other by a force cal…
Law of Conservation of Mass
Mass cannot be created or destroyed during ordinary chemical…
Newton's Third Law of Motion
Whenever one object exerts a force on a second object , the s…
10 terms
Principles of Science: BREATHING-IN PATHWAY
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
Nares (nostrils)
Nasal cavity
Nasopharynx
Oropharynx
1st
Nares (nostrils)
2nd
Nasal cavity
23 terms
Science Principles
Archimedes's Principle
Pascal's Principle
Bernoulli's Principle
Boyle's Law
An object floats when it displaces a volume of fluid whose we…
Pressure applied to a fluid is transmitted throughout the flu…
The pressure in a moving stream of fluid is less than the pre…
If you decrease the volume of a container of gas and hold the…
Archimedes's Principle
An object floats when it displaces a volume of fluid whose we…
Pascal's Principle
Pressure applied to a fluid is transmitted throughout the flu…
20 terms
Principles of Health Science Nutrition
Digestion
Absorption
Metabolism
Kilocalorie
process by which the body breaks food down into smaller parts…
process in which blood or lacteals pick up digested nutrients…
process in which nutrients are used by cells
measures the energy content of food; aka calorie
Digestion
process by which the body breaks food down into smaller parts…
Absorption
process in which blood or lacteals pick up digested nutrients…
42 terms
Principles of Science: THE HEART
Mediastinum
Inverted cone
Right shoulder
Left 5th intercostal space
Cavity where the heart is located, medial to the pleural cavi…
The shape of the heart
The base of the heart points to the _____________.
The apex of the heart points to the _____________.
Mediastinum
Cavity where the heart is located, medial to the pleural cavi…
Inverted cone
The shape of the heart
10 terms
Principles of Science
What do microaerophilic bacteria requi…
Function of bacterial fimbriae?
White Blood cell involved in innate im…
How do naive lymphocytes recognise inf…
Oxygen concentrations less than atmospheric for growth
Adhesion of bacterial cell to receptors on host cells
Neutrophil
Express receptors that can recognise foreign proteins
What do microaerophilic bacteria requi…
Oxygen concentrations less than atmospheric for growth
Function of bacterial fimbriae?
Adhesion of bacterial cell to receptors on host cells
24 terms
Principles of Health Science Insurance Vocabulary
Health insurance policy
Premium
Deductible
Co-payment
a contract between an insurance company and an individual or…
amount the policy-holder or his/her employer pays to the heal…
amount a person must pay for health care expenses before insu…
amount the insured person must pay out of pocket for services…
Health insurance policy
a contract between an insurance company and an individual or…
Premium
amount the policy-holder or his/her employer pays to the heal…
Basic Principles of Science
ionic solids
crystalline solid
molecular/covalent solid
Van der Waals forces
composed of negatively and positively charged ions, ex/ NaCl
has regular and repeating arrangement of particles: ionic, co…
molecules that are held together by Van der Waals forces, ex…
relatively weak electric forces that attract neutral molecule…
ionic solids
composed of negatively and positively charged ions, ex/ NaCl
crystalline solid
has regular and repeating arrangement of particles: ionic, co…
11 terms
muscles (principles of health science)
triceps
biceps
deltoid
pectorals
triceps
biceps
31 terms
Principles of Health Science: Muscular System
The muscular system is made up of over…
Excitability (Irritability)
Contractibility
Extensibility
600
ability to respond to a stimulus
muscle fibers are stimulated by nerves
ability to be stretched
The muscular system is made up of over…
600
Excitability (Irritability)
ability to respond to a stimulus
12 terms
Science Principles
Kinetic energy
Kinetic Energy
Gravitational energy
Conservation of Energy
Energy of motion
More mass or speed
More mass or elevation
Energy can't be created or destroyed; it transforms or transf…
Kinetic energy
Energy of motion
Kinetic Energy
More mass or speed
179 terms
Principles of Biomedical Science
Adhesion
Adenine
Agarose
Allele
A sticking together of substances; the molecular attraction e…
A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying molecules such…
A polysaccharide obtained from seaweed that is used as the su…
Alternative versions of a gene that produce distinguishable p…
Adhesion
A sticking together of substances; the molecular attraction e…
Adenine
A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying molecules such…
226 terms
Principles of Biomedical Science
Active Immunity
Adhesion
Adenine
Agarose
Immunity produced by the person's own immune system. This typ…
A sticking together of substances; the molecular attraction e…
A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying molecules such…
A polysaccharide obtained from seaweed that is used as the su…
Active Immunity
Immunity produced by the person's own immune system. This typ…
Adhesion
A sticking together of substances; the molecular attraction e…
155 terms
Principles of Biomedical Sciences PLTW
what's the difference between blood ty…
What is hair composed of?
What is keratin?
What are the three layers of the hair…
The difference between these blood types are due to the prese…
Hair is composed of a protein called keratin
Keratin is the same protein that forms our nails and our oute…
Hair shafts are composed of three layers: the cuticle, the co…
what's the difference between blood ty…
The difference between these blood types are due to the prese…
What is hair composed of?
Hair is composed of a protein called keratin
18 terms
Principles of Science: THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Nares
Nasal septum
Nasal cavity
Moisturize air, filter and warm
The nostrils; {1st section of breathing-in pathway}
Separates the nostrils and nasal cavity into Left and Right
{2nd section of breathing-in pathway}... Separated into L and R,…
Effects of an increased surface area in the nasal cavity
Nares
The nostrils; {1st section of breathing-in pathway}
Nasal septum
Separates the nostrils and nasal cavity into Left and Right
60 terms
Skeletal System- Principles of Health Science
Function of the system
Amount of bones in adult body
divisions of skeletal system
Axial
framework... protection of the organs... levers for movement... produc…
206
Axial and Appendicular
main trunk of the body: skull, spinal colum, ribs, breastbone
Function of the system
framework... protection of the organs... levers for movement... produc…
Amount of bones in adult body
206
49 terms
TPR (Principles of Health Science)
Every day
Blood pressure
Respirations over 24 and shallow
Pulse over 100bpm
QD
BP
Tachypnea
tachycardia
Every day
QD
Blood pressure
BP
21 terms
Principles of Health Science - Eating Disorders
Eating Disorder
Bulimia Nervosa
Binge eating
Over eating
when you have abnormal eating habits where food intake is oft…
a binge encouraged syndrome; binge eating and vomiting
eating extreme amounts of food in one sitting
An addiction in which people binge to hide emotions; "More is…
Eating Disorder
when you have abnormal eating habits where food intake is oft…
Bulimia Nervosa
a binge encouraged syndrome; binge eating and vomiting
54 terms
Principles of Health Science Spring Final
What are the 9 body regions?
What are the four body quadrants?
Proximal
distal
hypochondriac, epigastric, hypochondriac... lumbar, umbilical, l…
RUQ, LUQ... RLQ, LLQ
within proximity of the midline
farthest from the midline
What are the 9 body regions?
hypochondriac, epigastric, hypochondriac... lumbar, umbilical, l…
What are the four body quadrants?
RUQ, LUQ... RLQ, LLQ
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