GED Science Chapter 1 Overview

Question Answer Biological Process a fundamental property that is common to all living organisms Constancy the tendency for things to remain unchanged Entropy the tendency of a system to become randomly disorganized Equilibrium a condition in which change takes place in equal and opposite ways Evidence observations and data from experiments that support or oppose

Endocrine Glands

Question Answer What gland is located beneath the hypothalamus at the base of the forebrain? Pituitary gland What gland is structurally and functionally divided into anterior and posterior lobes? Pituitary gland What does the pituitary gland hang below the hypothalamus by? Infundibulum What part of the pituitary gland produces its own hormones? Anterior What part

Endocrine Hormones

Question Answer What are ductless and secrete hormones into the bloodstream? Endocrine Glands What travel to target cells that contain receptor protiens for it? Hormones What are secreted into the blood stream by specialized neurons? Neurohormones What type of hormones are derived from tyrosine or tryptophan? Amine What are 4 types of amine hormones? Norepi,

Sexual Reproduction

Question Answer Early embryonic gonads can become either _______ or _______. Testes/ovaries What chromosome induces the formation of the testes? Y What hormone from the testes induces formation of the male sex organs and absence forms the female sex organs? Testosterone What are formed in gonads by meiosis? Gametes Each gamete has a ______ number

cset multi

Question Answer acid a compound that yields hydrogen ions in solution alkali metals lithium, sodium, and potassium; common as hydroxides alloy a metal composed of two or more metallic elements atom the smallest particle of matter that cannot be subdivided by chemical reactions atomic number the number of protons in an atomic nucleus; the different

cset multi

Question Answer alluvium loose sediment deposited by a stream aquifer a bed of rock permeable to underground water atmospheric pressure the pressure exerted by the weight of the air lying directly above the area; at sea level, about 15 lbs. per square inch basalt an igneous rock formed from lava cloud a collection of tiny

Things about butterflies

Question Answer How many parts does a butterfly have? Four. Head, body, antennas, wings. What do butterflies eat? Leaves and plants. Where do butterflies live? Just about everywhere. What is the first stage of a butterfly's life? Egg. What is the second stage of a butterfly's life? Larvea. Which stage is the butterfly a caterpillar?

Post test

Question Answer Scientist behind biogenesis Pasteur Scientist behind Vaccines (small pox) Jenner Scientist behind Postulates Koch Scientist behind Chemotherapy Erlich Explain microbes specificity for insects They are specific for insects Explain environmental considerations for microbes They are not permanent Explain microbe control compared to other control methods Less dangerous than other chemicals What is the

NAVY AT-I Electronics Unit 1-05

Question Answer If a signal is moving away from the reference, is it increasing or decreasing in amplitude? Increasing in amplitude The range of frequencies which an amplifier is designed to amplify is referred to as_____ Frequency Response Noise of a Transistor is inversely proportional to ____________ Frequency A dot on a transistor indicates which

Veterinary Planes of reference & cell anatomy

Question Answer Anatomy Deals with the form and structure of the body and its parts. Identifies what things look like and where they are located. Physiology Deals with the function of the body and its parts. Defines how things work and what they do. Planes of reference An imaginary slice through the body. Sagittal Plane