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APES: Princeton Review: Chapter 4
Abiotic vs. Biotic
Acid
Air Mass
A horizon
abiotic - factors or things that are separate and independent…
any compound that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in wa…
enormous bodies of air that move as a unit
- a soil horizon... - the layer below the O horizon... - formed fro…
Abiotic vs. Biotic
abiotic - factors or things that are separate and independent…
Acid
any compound that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in wa…
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Chapter 4 Princeton Review
Distal Stimulus
Proximal Stimulus
Amacrin Cells (Horizontal Cells)
Optic Chiasm
The object as it exists in the environment
The image of the object on the Retina
The same thing as a bipolar cell and transmits neural informa…
Where the optic nerves cross and the left and right side info…
Distal Stimulus
The object as it exists in the environment
Proximal Stimulus
The image of the object on the Retina
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Princeton Review: Chapter 4
The Holy Roman Empire
land ownership
merchant class
Popolo
During the middle ages the towns in Italy were under the cont…
What was the wealth of the nobility based on?
What class became wealthy during the economic boom of the 12t…
"the people" who wanted their own share of wealth and politic…
The Holy Roman Empire
During the middle ages the towns in Italy were under the cont…
land ownership
What was the wealth of the nobility based on?
Princeton Review Chapter 4
rate is based on
Arrhenius constant (k)
how is a rate of a reaction described?
what part of the equation determines r…
concentration of reactants
takes into account the activation energy for the reaction and…
in terms of the rate of appearance of a product or the rate o…
rate law uses concentrations of reactants
rate is based on
concentration of reactants
Arrhenius constant (k)
takes into account the activation energy for the reaction and…
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APES Princeton Review (Chapter 4)
core
inner core
outer core
mantle
the intermost zone
composed of mostly nickel and iron
composed of mostly iron and sulfur
made mostly of solid rock
core
the intermost zone
inner core
composed of mostly nickel and iron
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PrincetonReview Chapter 4
Georgio Vasari
Renaissance
Individualism
Italian City-States
A sixteenth-century painter, architect, and writer, used the…
Was a time in which significant contributions were made to We…
Born during the Renaissance, as people sought to receive pers…
Were at the centre of Europe's economic, political, and cultu…
Georgio Vasari
A sixteenth-century painter, architect, and writer, used the…
Renaissance
Was a time in which significant contributions were made to We…
Chapter 4 : Cells. Princeton review
Cell
light microscope (compound)
Electron microscopes
Eukaryotic cell
the smallest unit of living material that can carry out all t…
stained or living cells. Magnify 1,000 times.
detailed structures of a cell. few nanometers.
nucleus and cytoplasm, organelles. fungi, protists, animals,…
Cell
the smallest unit of living material that can carry out all t…
light microscope (compound)
stained or living cells. Magnify 1,000 times.
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Princeton Review Chapter 4 Terminology
Geologic time scale
core
mantle
asthenosphere
a system of chronological measurement that relates stratigrap…
the innermost zone of the Earth, consists of two parts: solid…
Surrounds the outer core, made of mostly solid rock.
an area of the mantle which consists of slowly moving rock.
Geologic time scale
a system of chronological measurement that relates stratigrap…
core
the innermost zone of the Earth, consists of two parts: solid…
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Chapter 4 Key Terms Princeton Review
trace elements
ionic bond
nonpolar covalent
polar covalent
any chemical element required by living organisms in minute a…
the complete transfer of valence electron(s) between atoms.
a bond in which electrons are equally shared
a bond in which electrons are unequally shared
trace elements
any chemical element required by living organisms in minute a…
ionic bond
the complete transfer of valence electron(s) between atoms.
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APHug Chapter 4 Princeton Review
Crude Birth Rate
Crude Death Rate
Green Revolution
Rate of Natural Increase
The estimated number of births per 1000 people
The estimated number of deaths per 1000 people
Increased food and nutrition
Annual percentage of population growth of a country for a one…
Crude Birth Rate
The estimated number of births per 1000 people
Crude Death Rate
The estimated number of deaths per 1000 people
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Princeton Review Psychology/Sociology- Chapter 4
Selective attention
- attended channel... -unattended channel
Donald Broadbent
Broadbent Filter Model of Selective At…
________ is the process by which one input is attended to and…
One way that selective attention has been studied is using a…
_______ thought of the brain as a processing system with a li…
In this model, inputs from the environment first enter a sens…
Selective attention
________ is the process by which one input is attended to and…
- attended channel... -unattended channel
One way that selective attention has been studied is using a…
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Princeton Review Biology Chapter 4: Molecular Biology
Mnemonic for remembering which are pur…
Difference between nucleoside and nucl…
In what direction is the DNA double he…
True or false: If the fraction of puri…
CUT the Py
Nucleotide has phosphate(s) on the 5' hydroxy group
R-handed (clockwise corkscrew)
False - You only know that the ratio of purines to pyrimidine…
Mnemonic for remembering which are pur…
CUT the Py
Difference between nucleoside and nucl…
Nucleotide has phosphate(s) on the 5' hydroxy group
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Princeton Review Biology Chapter 4: Molecular Biology
Mnemonic for remembering which are pur…
Difference between nucleoside and nucl…
In what direction is the DNA double he…
True or false: If the fraction of puri…
CUT the Py
Nucleotide has phosphate(s) on the 5' hydroxy group
R-handed (clockwise corkscrew)
False - You only know that the ratio of purines to pyrimidine…
Mnemonic for remembering which are pur…
CUT the Py
Difference between nucleoside and nucl…
Nucleotide has phosphate(s) on the 5' hydroxy group
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Princeton Review Biology Chapter 4: Molecular Biology
Mnemonic for remembering which are pur…
Difference between nucleoside and nucl…
In what direction is the DNA double he…
True or false: If the fraction of puri…
CUT the Py
Nucleotide has phosphate(s) on the 5' hydroxy group
R-handed (clockwise corkscrew)
False - You only know that the ratio of purines to pyrimidine…
Mnemonic for remembering which are pur…
CUT the Py
Difference between nucleoside and nucl…
Nucleotide has phosphate(s) on the 5' hydroxy group
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Princeton Chapter 4 Review Questions
Humanist scholars broke with the medie…
All of the following are characteristi…
What was the initial reaction of Pope…
Which of the following best describes…
B
D
D
C
Humanist scholars broke with the medie…
B
All of the following are characteristi…
D
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MCAT (Princeton Review) - Chapter 4 Interacting with the Environment
selective attention
Donald Broadbent's Filter Model of Sel…
Cocktail party effect
Ann Treisman's Attenuation Model of Se…
process by which one input is attended to and the rest are tu…
1. Inputs (attended and unattended) from environment enters t…
Happens when information of personal importance from previous…
** tried to account for the cocktail party effect; rather a f…
selective attention
process by which one input is attended to and the rest are tu…
Donald Broadbent's Filter Model of Sel…
1. Inputs (attended and unattended) from environment enters t…
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AP human geography Princeton Review Chapter 4
country
nation
state
nation-state (culture group)
An identifiable land area
A population with a single culture
A population under a single government
A place with a single culture under a single government
country
An identifiable land area
nation
A population with a single culture
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APES Princeton Review Vocab Chapter 4
abiotic
acid
air mass
A horizon
related to factors or things that are separate and independen…
any compound that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in wa…
enormous bodies of air that move as a unit
a soil horizon; the layer below the O horizon is called the a…
abiotic
related to factors or things that are separate and independen…
acid
any compound that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in wa…
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Chapter 4 Princeton Review Set 1 2016
Ammendment
Anti-Federalists
Articles of confederation
Bicameral legislature
addition to the constitution
opposers of the creation of a strong national government
the USA's first constitution
2 legislative houses house of representatives and the senate
Ammendment
addition to the constitution
Anti-Federalists
opposers of the creation of a strong national government
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Princeton Review Chapter 4: Interacting with the Environment
The process by which one input is atte…
Imagine that you are in a convo with s…
The cocktail party effect has been exp…
This is a problem with visual processi…
Selective attention. This has been tested by playing differen…
Cocktail party effect = it happens when information of person…
selective priming
Binding problem
The process by which one input is atte…
Selective attention. This has been tested by playing differen…
Imagine that you are in a convo with s…
Cocktail party effect = it happens when information of person…
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princeton biology chapter 4
unicellular
multicellular
cell wall
cell memebrane
...
...
...
...
unicellular
...
multicellular
...
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Princeton Review AP Biology Chapter 4
cells
light microscopes (compound microscopes)
electron microscopes
eukaryotic cells
life's basic unit of structure and function
microscopes used to study stained or living cells
microscopes used to study detailed structures of a cell that…
cell that contains membrane bound structures, a nucleus and c…
cells
life's basic unit of structure and function
light microscopes (compound microscopes)
microscopes used to study stained or living cells
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AP BIOLOGY princeton review: Chapter 4 Cells
electron microscopes
eukaryotic
prokaryotic cell
plasma membrane
allow us to see the different parts of a cell
one of two types of cells.... contains a membrane bound structur…
smaller then a eukaryotic cell... lacks a nucleus... lacks membrane…
composed of phospholipids and proteins... semipermeable, only sm…
electron microscopes
allow us to see the different parts of a cell
eukaryotic
one of two types of cells.... contains a membrane bound structur…
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Princeton Review MCAT Biology Chapter 4
Inhibitive nature of enzymes
Cytoplasmic cellular metabolic reactions
Mitochondrial cellular metabolic react…
Steps in cellular metabolism
Competitive = no chng in Vm, lowers Km... Non-competitive = lowe…
Glycolysis... Fatty acid conversion to fatty acyl-CoA... Pentose-ph…
PDC... Krebs cycle... ET + oxidative phosphorylation... Beta-oxidation…
Glycolysis > PDC > Krebs cycle > Electron transport + oxidati…
Inhibitive nature of enzymes
Competitive = no chng in Vm, lowers Km... Non-competitive = lowe…
Cytoplasmic cellular metabolic reactions
Glycolysis... Fatty acid conversion to fatty acyl-CoA... Pentose-ph…
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Princeton Review: Chapter 4 (1450-1648)
Georgio Vasari
rebirth
Renaissance
individualism
16th c. painter, architect, + writing who used the word rinas…
rinascita; used to describe the new era
a time of significant contributions to Western civilization,…
modern notion of receiving personal credit for achievements,…
Georgio Vasari
16th c. painter, architect, + writing who used the word rinas…
rebirth
rinascita; used to describe the new era
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AP Gov Princeton Review Chapter 4
John Locke
Montesquieu
Federalism
Shays' Rebellion
"Second Treatise on Civil Government"- life, liberty, and pro…
Separation of power
States and central government share governing responsibilities
Armed farmers attacked federal arsenal
John Locke
"Second Treatise on Civil Government"- life, liberty, and pro…
Montesquieu
Separation of power
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AP Environmental chapter 4(Princeton Review Vocab)
abiotic
acid
air mass
A horizon
related to factors or things that are separate and independen…
any compound that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in wa…
enormous bodies of air that move as a unit
a soil horizon; the layer below the O horizon; formed of weat…
abiotic
related to factors or things that are separate and independen…
acid
any compound that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in wa…
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AP Gov Princeton Review Chapter 4
What did Thomas Hobbes argue?
What did John Locke argue?
What did Charles de Montesquieu argue?
What did Jean Jacques Rousseau argue?
In a state of nature, life would be solitary, poor, nasty, br…
Life, liberty, and property were natural rights granted by Go…
Advocated for the separation of power into three branches.
Only good government was one that was freely formed with the…
What did Thomas Hobbes argue?
In a state of nature, life would be solitary, poor, nasty, br…
What did John Locke argue?
Life, liberty, and property were natural rights granted by Go…
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Princeton Chapter 4 Vocab
Core
mantle
asthenosphere
lithosphere
Innermost zone of earth; inner core (nickel and iron; solid)…
Second innermost zone composed mostly of solid rock.
slowly flowing rock (semi solid)
a thin, rigid layer of rock. outermost layer of earth that co…
Core
Innermost zone of earth; inner core (nickel and iron; solid)…
mantle
Second innermost zone composed mostly of solid rock.
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MCAT (Princeton Review) - Chapter 4 Interacting with the Environment
selective attention
Donald Broadbent's Filter Model of Sel…
Cocktail party effect
Ann Treisman's Attenuation Model of Se…
process by which one input is attended to and the rest are tu…
1. Inputs (attended and unattended) from environment enters t…
Happens when information of personal importance from previous…
** tried to account for the cocktail party effect; rather a f…
selective attention
process by which one input is attended to and the rest are tu…
Donald Broadbent's Filter Model of Sel…
1. Inputs (attended and unattended) from environment enters t…
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AP EURO Princeton Review Chapter 4 Questions
Humanist scholars broke with the medie…
All of the following are characteristi…
What was the initial reaction of Pope…
Which of the following best describes…
B
D
D
C
Humanist scholars broke with the medie…
B
All of the following are characteristi…
D
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Princeton chapter 4 Microbiology*
obligate intracellular parasite
virus
What type of genome do viruses have?
Some viruses have stored ___ in their…
virus... only able to reproduce if they are within cells
- an obligate intracellular parasite which relies on host mac…
can be any of the following DNA or RNA, ss or ds, linear or c…
ATP... penetration
obligate intracellular parasite
virus... only able to reproduce if they are within cells
virus
- an obligate intracellular parasite which relies on host mac…
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APES: Princeton - Chapter 4
abiotic
acid
air mass
A horizon
related to factors or things that are separate and independent
any compound that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in wa…
enormous bodies of air that move as a unit
a soil horizon, the layer below the O horizon. Made of weathe…
abiotic
related to factors or things that are separate and independent
acid
any compound that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in wa…
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Princeton Review General Chemistry Chapter 4: Atomic Structure and Periodic Trends
Nucleon
Z
Where is the atomic number indicated?
How large is an electron compared to a…
proton or neutron
atomic number, number of protons
Subscript on left of element symbol
Electron is 0.05% size of proton or neutron
Nucleon
proton or neutron
Z
atomic number, number of protons
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Princeton Review General Chemistry Chapter 4: Atomic Structure and Periodic Trends
Nucleon
Z
Where is the atomic number indicated?
How large is an electron compared to a…
proton or neutron
atomic number, number of protons
Subscript on left of element symbol
Electron is 0.05% size of proton or neutron
Nucleon
proton or neutron
Z
atomic number, number of protons
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Princeton Review General Chemistry Chapter 4: Atomic Structure and Periodic Trends
Nucleon
Z
Where is the atomic number indicated?
How large is an electron compared to a…
proton or neutron
atomic number, number of protons
Subscript on left of element symbol
Electron is 0.05% size of proton or neutron
Nucleon
proton or neutron
Z
atomic number, number of protons
Chapter 3 Princeton Review
inorganic compounds
carbohydrates
Monosaccharides
glucose
molecules that do not contain carbon
carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen... CnH2nOn
six-carbon sugars C6H12O6
six-carbon sugars C6H12O6... alpha-glucose or beta-glucose. Reve…
inorganic compounds
molecules that do not contain carbon
carbohydrates
carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen... CnH2nOn
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GRE Princeton Review 4
hilarious
deferred
nigh
audacious
very funny, amusing
put off till a later time
close, near
adventures, courages
hilarious
very funny, amusing
deferred
put off till a later time
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AP Euro Princeton Review 2016 Chapter 4: The Renaissance to the Wars of Religion: c.1450-c. 1648
Who used the word rinascita, meaning r…
Did the artists believe their achievem…
What were the particular gains of the…
What is individualism?
Georgio Vasari
No, believed it was directly linked to Greek and Roman world'…
literature, art, philosophy, and political and historical tho…
Where people sought to receive personal credit for their achi…
Who used the word rinascita, meaning r…
Georgio Vasari
Did the artists believe their achievem…
No, believed it was directly linked to Greek and Roman world'…
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APES Princeton Review: Chapter 9
Acid Precipitation
Acute Effect
Catalytic Converter
Closed-Loop Recycling
acid rain, acid hail, acid snow, etc.... - occur as a result of…
the effect caused by a short exposure to a high level of toxin
a platinum-coated device that oxidizes most of the VOCs and s…
when materials, such as plastic or aluminum, as used to rebui…
Acid Precipitation
acid rain, acid hail, acid snow, etc.... - occur as a result of…
Acute Effect
the effect caused by a short exposure to a high level of toxin
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APES Princeton Review: Chapter 5
Ammonification
Assimilation
Autotroph
Bioaccumulation
the production of ammonia or ammonium compounds in the decomp…
the process in which plants absorb ammonium ions, ammonia ion…
producers
the accumulation of a substance, such as a toxic chemical, in…
Ammonification
the production of ammonia or ammonium compounds in the decomp…
Assimilation
the process in which plants absorb ammonium ions, ammonia ion…
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APES Princeton Review: Chapter 6
Albedo
Biotic Potential
Birth Rate (CBR)
Carrying Capacity
the fraction of solar energy that is reflected back into space
the amount that the population would grow if there were unlim…
the number of live births per 1000 members of the population…
the maximum population size that can be supported by the avai…
Albedo
the fraction of solar energy that is reflected back into space
Biotic Potential
the amount that the population would grow if there were unlim…
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Princeton Review #4
endure
perplex
denounce
plausible
To carry on through despite hardships; to put up with
(v) to cause to be puzzled or bewildered; to confuse
To put DOWN in the sense of a making a formal accusation; to…
Believable; credible
endure
To carry on through despite hardships; to put up with
perplex
(v) to cause to be puzzled or bewildered; to confuse
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Princeton Review Vocab 4
Acerbic
Aggrandize
Alchemy
Amenable
having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; biting
to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
a kind of chemistry that is associated with changing somethin…
agreeable; responsive to suggestion
Acerbic
having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; biting
Aggrandize
to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
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The Princeton Review Biology SAT Subject Test - Chapter 4
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Cellulose
Peptidoglycan
Gel-like substance in a cell containing organelles
Center of the cell that contains chromosomes
Polysaccharide making up cell walls
Makes up bacterial cell walls
Cytoplasm
Gel-like substance in a cell containing organelles
Nucleus
Center of the cell that contains chromosomes
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Princeton Review APES Ch.4
Types of soil... (In order from smallest…
Soil pH
Soil Layers ... (In order)
Arable Soil
Clay... Silt ... Sand
Most soil falls in the range of 4-8.... pH affects the solubilit…
O: Contains organic material and humus (decomposing organic m…
Suitable for plant growth
Types of soil... (In order from smallest…
Clay... Silt ... Sand
Soil pH
Most soil falls in the range of 4-8.... pH affects the solubilit…
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Chapter 13 Princeton Review
carbon atom hold up to
organic compounds
isomers
hydrocarbons
four bonds
-soluble in nonpolar solvents... -not water soluble... -dont dissoc…
two compounds that have completely different chemical propert…
compound that contains only carbon and hydrogen
carbon atom hold up to
four bonds
organic compounds
-soluble in nonpolar solvents... -not water soluble... -dont dissoc…
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Princeton Review Week 4
clandestine
ingenuous
subterfuge
surreptitious
done secretively, especially to deceive
naive, innocent, childlike
a deceptive device
secretive, sneaky
clandestine
done secretively, especially to deceive
ingenuous
naive, innocent, childlike
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PrincetonReview 4.
Vapid
Soporific
Prosaic
Insipid
Dull
Tending to induce sleep
Unimaginative/dull
Uninterested
Vapid
Dull
Soporific
Tending to induce sleep
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Chapter 7 Princeton Review
periodic trends
electrons
family
active metals
-elements in the same period (horizontal row) have electrons…
-participate in chemical bonds... -behavior of valence electrons…
collection of elements from the same vertical group that have…
members of the alkali and alkanie earth families that are hig…
periodic trends
-elements in the same period (horizontal row) have electrons…
electrons
-participate in chemical bonds... -behavior of valence electrons…
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