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9 terms
teas 5
anatomical position
cells
cellular functions
directional terminology
standard position of the body as standing; feet together; arm…
the basic structural unit of an organism from which living th…
processes that include growth, metabolism, replication, prote…
words used to explain relationships of locations of anatomica…
anatomical position
standard position of the body as standing; feet together; arm…
cells
the basic structural unit of an organism from which living th…
45 terms
TEAS 5
Genetic
Gregor Mendel
dominant
gene
is the study of heredity or how traits are passed on from par…
researched how characteristics of pea plant were passed to of…
Mendel crossed a short pea plant with a tall pea plant. The s…
A ____ is a piece of DNA on a chromosome that controls a part…
Genetic
is the study of heredity or how traits are passed on from par…
Gregor Mendel
researched how characteristics of pea plant were passed to of…
13 terms
TEAS 5 Grammar
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adjective
a word for person, place, or thing... ex: Billy, Washington, chair
a word that replaced & refers to a noun. Pro means "in place…
a word that shows an action or state of being. tells us what…
descriptive word that modifies a noun or pronoun. typically a…
Noun
a word for person, place, or thing... ex: Billy, Washington, chair
Pronoun
a word that replaced & refers to a noun. Pro means "in place…
34 terms
Grammar 5 (TEAS)
"When i complete the task, we can go."…
"In a moment, the pizza will be ready.…
What is an adverbial clause?
What is an adverbial phrase?
Adverb clause (contains subject and verb). When i complete th…
Adverbial phrase (contains n subject or verb) . In a moment
A group of words that modify another word. Contains a subject…
A group of words that modify another word. Does not contain a…
"When i complete the task, we can go."…
Adverb clause (contains subject and verb). When i complete th…
"In a moment, the pizza will be ready.…
Adverbial phrase (contains n subject or verb) . In a moment
42 terms
TEAS 5 Study guide
how many kilometers are in 1 mile
how many feet are in 1 mile
how many meters are in 1 mile
how many feet in 1 meter
1.60934 km
5280 f
1609.34 m
3.28084 f
how many kilometers are in 1 mile
1.60934 km
how many feet are in 1 mile
5280 f
10 terms
Tea Set Party 5
minimise
explicit
convey
sequence
make as small as possible
obvious, very clear
show, tell
order of things
minimise
make as small as possible
explicit
obvious, very clear
13 terms
TEAS 5 Grammar
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adjective
a word for person, place, or thing... ex: Billy, Washington, chair
a word that replaced & refers to a noun. Pro means "in place…
a word that shows an action or state of being. tells us what…
descriptive word that modifies a noun or pronoun. typically a…
Noun
a word for person, place, or thing... ex: Billy, Washington, chair
Pronoun
a word that replaced & refers to a noun. Pro means "in place…
265 terms
Teas 5 study cards
acid
hydrogen
acidic solutions
activation energy
any compound with a H ion activity greater than water (pH < 7)
H
solutions that have a pH scale value less than 7
energy necessary for a chemical reaction to occur
acid
any compound with a H ion activity greater than water (pH < 7)
hydrogen
H
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
188 terms
Teas 5: science
Who is the scientist credited for the…
Principle of segregation
Principle of independent assortment
Principle of dominance
Gregor Mendel
states that any one of two parents contain two copies of a un…
states that when two or more characteristic are inherited ind…
states that one factor in a poor of traits dominates the othe…
Who is the scientist credited for the…
Gregor Mendel
Principle of segregation
states that any one of two parents contain two copies of a un…
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
122 terms
TEAS 5: life science
organic
Inorganic
Carbohydrates
Glucose
compounds are those that contain carbon... such as glucose, tria…
compounds are those that do no contain carbon. these make up…
also called sugars... molecules made of carbon, hydrogen, and ox…
C6H12O6
organic
compounds are those that contain carbon... such as glucose, tria…
Inorganic
compounds are those that do no contain carbon. these make up…
TEAS 5: scientific reasoning
system
subsystems
hypothesis
Theory
set of interacting parts that work together to form an integr…
larger systems are made of smaller independent systems
proposed explanation for a phenomenon; usually based on obser…
is an explanation for a phenomenon that has been thoroughly t…
system
set of interacting parts that work together to form an integr…
subsystems
larger systems are made of smaller independent systems
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
TEAS 5--Math
Roman Numeral... I
Roman Numeral... V
Roman Numeral... X
Roman Numeral... L
1
5
10
50
Roman Numeral... I
1
Roman Numeral... V
5
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
18 terms
5. Teas Anatomical Terms
Anatomical position
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
a standard position in which the body is facing forward, the…
towards the upper end of the body or body structure
towards the lower end of the body or body structure (opposite…
towards the front of the body or body structure
Anatomical position
a standard position in which the body is facing forward, the…
Superior
towards the upper end of the body or body structure
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
TEAS 5: life science
organic
Inorganic
Carbohydrates
Glucose
compounds are those that contain carbon... such as glucose, tria…
compounds are those that do no contain carbon. these make up…
also called sugars... molecules made of carbon, hydrogen, and ox…
C6H12O6
organic
compounds are those that contain carbon... such as glucose, tria…
Inorganic
compounds are those that do no contain carbon. these make up…
67 terms
Teas 5 Human Body Science
Skeletal System
Epithelial Tissue
Connective Tissue
Cartilage
...
...
...
Skeletal System
Epithelial Tissue
...
122 terms
TEAS 5: life science
organic
Inorganic
Carbohydrates
Glucose
compounds are those that contain carbon... such as glucose, tria…
compounds are those that do no contain carbon. these make up…
also called sugars... molecules made of carbon, hydrogen, and ox…
C6H12O6
organic
compounds are those that contain carbon... such as glucose, tria…
Inorganic
compounds are those that do no contain carbon. these make up…
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
40 terms
Science TEAS 5
When the chromosomes line up in mitosi…
Which cellular organelle contains enzy…
Organs repair themselves through a pro…
Which of the following is considered a…
Metaphase
Lysosomes
Mitosis
Lock and Key model
When the chromosomes line up in mitosi…
Metaphase
Which cellular organelle contains enzy…
Lysosomes
10 terms
TEAS 5 (science)
Ribosomes
B Cell
Helper T cells
Histamine
Use of genetic information to build specific protein molecule…
Cell responsible for the production of soluble antibodies.
Cell that helps cytotoxic T cells and other immune cells.
Causes blood that contain infection-fighting cells to rush to…
Ribosomes
Use of genetic information to build specific protein molecule…
B Cell
Cell responsible for the production of soluble antibodies.
39 terms
TEAS 5 Math Terms
Ratio
Proportion
rate of change
IV
express a relationship between two quantities
states two ratios are equal
to determine the difference in completion of times for a give…
4
Ratio
express a relationship between two quantities
Proportion
states two ratios are equal
40 terms
Science TEAS 5
When the chromosomes line up in mitosi…
Which cellular organelle contains enzy…
Organs repair themselves through a pro…
Which of the following is considered a…
Metaphase
Lysosomes
Mitosis
Lock and Key model
When the chromosomes line up in mitosi…
Metaphase
Which cellular organelle contains enzy…
Lysosomes
31 terms
TEAS 5 (snow blowers)
Snow Blower - Which of the following p…
Snow Blower- which of the following pa…
Snow Blower- Which of the following wo…
Snow Blowers- Which of the following i…
c. got snow? sizing up the snow blower for yours needs
c.snow blowers (also called snow throwers) can make the somet…
c. manufacture product manuals
c. someone who has a small area from which to remove snow wil…
Snow Blower - Which of the following p…
c. got snow? sizing up the snow blower for yours needs
Snow Blower- which of the following pa…
c.snow blowers (also called snow throwers) can make the somet…
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
34 terms
Teas 5 science
Circulatory system
Three parts of Circulatory system
Lymphatic System main function
What does Lymphoid organs include
Responsible for internal transport of substances to and from…
Blood, Blood Vessels, Heart
Return excess tissue fluid to the bloodstream ... Return of prot…
Lymph nodes, spleen, appendix, adenoids, thymus, tonsils, and…
Circulatory system
Responsible for internal transport of substances to and from…
Three parts of Circulatory system
Blood, Blood Vessels, Heart
15 terms
TEAS Review (Set 5)
Sensory Function
Reflex
Artificially Acquired Passive Immunity
Cytokines
Includes feeling pain, heat and other stimuli.
Occurs when neurons transmit a message to the spinal cord, wh…
Immunity produced by a vaccine.
Released by damaged cells.
Sensory Function
Includes feeling pain, heat and other stimuli.
Reflex
Occurs when neurons transmit a message to the spinal cord, wh…
265 terms
Teas 5 study cards
acid
hydrogen
acidic solutions
activation energy
any compound with a H ion activity greater than water (pH < 7)
H
solutions that have a pH scale value less than 7
energy necessary for a chemical reaction to occur
acid
any compound with a H ion activity greater than water (pH < 7)
hydrogen
H
31 terms
TEAS 5 (snow blowers)
Snow Blower - Which of the following p…
Snow Blower- which of the following pa…
Snow Blower- Which of the following wo…
Snow Blowers- Which of the following i…
c. got snow? sizing up the snow blower for yours needs
c.snow blowers (also called snow throwers) can make the somet…
c. manufacture product manuals
c. someone who has a small area from which to remove snow wil…
Snow Blower - Which of the following p…
c. got snow? sizing up the snow blower for yours needs
Snow Blower- which of the following pa…
c.snow blowers (also called snow throwers) can make the somet…
42 terms
Teas test V ( 5 )
inspiration
oxygen and CO2
expiration
CNS
when the diaphragm CONTRACTS, it pulls air into the lungs dur…
capillaries serve as the location for the exchange of
when the diaphragm RELAXES, CO2 is forced out of the body thr…
The brain and the spinal cord belong to the
inspiration
when the diaphragm CONTRACTS, it pulls air into the lungs dur…
oxygen and CO2
capillaries serve as the location for the exchange of
26 terms
TEAS 5--Math
Roman Numeral... I
Roman Numeral... V
Roman Numeral... X
Roman Numeral... L
1
5
10
50
Roman Numeral... I
1
Roman Numeral... V
5
Grammar 5 (TEAS)
"When i complete the task, we can go."…
"In a moment, the pizza will be ready.…
What is an adverbial clause?
What is an adverbial phrase?
Adverb clause (contains subject and verb). When i complete th…
Adverbial phrase (contains n subject or verb) . In a moment
A group of words that modify another word. Contains a subject…
A group of words that modify another word. Does not contain a…
"When i complete the task, we can go."…
Adverb clause (contains subject and verb). When i complete th…
"In a moment, the pizza will be ready.…
Adverbial phrase (contains n subject or verb) . In a moment
31 terms
TEAS 5 Math Prep
Know your squares!
Order of operations
Examples of irrational numbers
What is a rational number?
11^2= 121... 12^2= 144... 13^2= 169... 14^2= 196... 15^2= 225... 16^2= 256... 1…
PEMDAS... Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
1) pi... 2) square root of 5 or 3 or any number that is not a pe…
1) can be expressed as a fraction ... 2) can be expressed as a p…
Know your squares!
11^2= 121... 12^2= 144... 13^2= 169... 14^2= 196... 15^2= 225... 16^2= 256... 1…
Order of operations
PEMDAS... Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
40 terms
Science TEAS 5
When the chromosomes line up in mitosi…
Which cellular organelle contains enzy…
Organs repair themselves through a pro…
Which of the following is considered a…
Metaphase
Lysosomes
Mitosis
Lock and Key model
When the chromosomes line up in mitosi…
Metaphase
Which cellular organelle contains enzy…
Lysosomes
34 terms
Grammar 5 (TEAS)
"When i complete the task, we can go."…
"In a moment, the pizza will be ready.…
What is an adverbial clause?
What is an adverbial phrase?
Adverb clause (contains subject and verb). When i complete th…
Adverbial phrase (contains n subject or verb) . In a moment
A group of words that modify another word. Contains a subject…
A group of words that modify another word. Does not contain a…
"When i complete the task, we can go."…
Adverb clause (contains subject and verb). When i complete th…
"In a moment, the pizza will be ready.…
Adverbial phrase (contains n subject or verb) . In a moment
Science TEAS 5
When the chromosomes line up in mitosi…
Which cellular organelle contains enzy…
Organs repair themselves through a pro…
Which of the following is considered a…
Metaphase
Lysosomes
Mitosis
Lock and Key model
When the chromosomes line up in mitosi…
Metaphase
Which cellular organelle contains enzy…
Lysosomes
26 terms
Tea Ceremony 5
production
produce
nutrition
nutritious
n. 生产
v. 生产
营养
有营养的
production
n. 生产
produce
v. 生产
34 terms
TEAS - science - part 5
catalysts
substrate
catalysts increase reaction rates by l…
catalysts
control rate of chemical reactions (reactions in which atoms…
surface area (molecular surface acted upon by an enzyme)
activation energy (potential barrier of products compared to…
lower activation energy (reaction rates increase when activat…
catalysts
control rate of chemical reactions (reactions in which atoms…
substrate
surface area (molecular surface acted upon by an enzyme)
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning:
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
127 terms
Teas 5 Science
Scientific Method
How does a scientific argument change…
Deductive Reasoning
Inductive Reasoning:
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
A method whereby conclusions follow from general principles.
A method or arriving at general principles from specific facts.
Scientific Method
1. Problem identification... 2. Question asking... 3. Hypothesis de…
How does a scientific argument change…
A bias may be shown or results cannot be repeated.
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