sociology

Question Answer Adolescence period between the normal onset of puberty and the beginning of adulthood puberty physical maturing that makes an individual capable of sexual reproduction anticipatory socialization learning of the rights, oblagations, and expectations of a role in prepartion for assuming the role at a future date dating a social behavior that allows individuals

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Question Answer what is turbecular? lattice work of bones What is resorption surface of bones is broken down by osteoclasts, cells that erode the surface of bones definition and function of bone remodeling coupled process of bone resorption and formation What are osteocytes? bone cells contain mechanoreceptors/effectors What are Osteoclasts break down bone and take

HMS 6th grade Science Mid-term key terms January 2011

Question Answer Dust Bowl the name given to the U.S. plains in the 1930s during a severe drought, caused by many conditions including poor farming practices properties the characteristics of an element, such as the physical qualities (color, hardness, crystal shape) Mohs Hardness Scale • rates hardness • talc (1) to diamond (10) • objects

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Question Answer What is the formal name for the mineral calcium? hydroxyapatite Where is 99% of calcium found in the body? bone, teeth How is Ca transported across the intestinal epithelia? active transport using Ca binding proteins Where is Ca absorbed the most? duodenum and jejunum When is calcium uptake more active? When calcium levels

Unit 1

Question Answer Define Forensic Science The application of science to law Who are crime scene investigators? They are trained police officers called Identification Specialists in the RCMP Define Forensic Biology Section: Deals w/ all body fluids such as blood and semen, tissue and hair that might relate to the crime scene. Forensic Toxicology Section: quantify

questions and answers.

Question Answer Body system made up of bones, joints, & connective tissue. Skeletal System Group of structures that gives your body parts the power to move Muscular System Group of organs that move essential supplies to body cells and remove their waste products. circulatory system system that consists of organs that supply the body with

Chapter 8 vocab words JCE Students

Question Answer chloroplast an organelle that makes food from sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide circulatory system organ system that carries oxygen to the body and removes carbon dioxide and other wastes. cytoplasm the gel like material that surrounds the internal parts of a cell diffusion process that spreads substances through a gas or liquid from

psychology 100 chapters 1 through 3 prelim 1

Question Answer define psychology scientific study of behavior and mental processes developmental psych study of how people grow/change physically, cognitively, emotionally, and socially from prenatal period through death psysiological psych investigates biological basis of behavior experimental psych investigates basic psychological processes such as sensation and perception, memory, intelligence, learning, and motivation personality psych studies differences

Cell Parts and Processees

Question Answer Glucose Type of sugar molecule produced in the chloroplast of plant cells during photosynthesis Osmosis The diffusion of water from high concentration to low concentration across a cell membrane Respiration The process of releasing energy from simple food molecules inside a cell's mitochondrion Photosynthesis The process of producing food inside the chloroplast of

Types of Matter Study guide

Question Answer MIXTURE A COMBINATION OF 2 OR MORE SUBSTANCES THAT DO NOT FORM A NEW SUBSTANCE (IE: TRAIL MIX) SUSPENSION A MIXTURE WHOSE PARTS SETTLE AND SEPARATE (IE: SALAD DRESSING) SOLUTION PARTS OF A MIXTURE THAT ARE SIZE OF ATOMS OR MOLECULES (REALLY SMALL PARTS) FILTRATION SEPARATES SUBSTANCES THAT HAVE PARTS OF DIFFERENT SIZES