Pharm -2- Opioids

Question Answer What is the difference between opiate and opioid opiate is naturally derived drug from opium (morphine and Codeine) a opioid is a drug natural or synthetic with morphine like qualities A drug with addictive properties that can produce analgesic and sedative effects is termed what narcotic What are the functional classifications of opioids

Pharm -1- Antipsychotics

Question Answer What type of disorder are the following schizophrenia, manic phase of bipolar affective disorder, schizoaffective disorders, severe states of agitation psychotic disorders When does schizophrenia typically start 15-45 yrs Who tends to present with schizophrenia earlier males or females males 20s vs females 30s What are the subtypes of schizophrenia paranoid, disorganized, catatonic,

Units 1 and 2

Question Answer What is a predator? An animal that chases, captures and eats other animals What are digitigrades? Animals that walk on their toes What are prey? The animals that are captured and eaten by other animals Which dog is called the painted wolf? African wild dog Why do some animals that have sharp teeth

Pharm -5- Steroids

Question Answer What is the signal that stimulates the anterior pituitary to synthesize and release ACTH CRH released by hypothalamus What is the signal that stimulates the adrenal gland to synthesize and release cortisol it is released by the anterior pituitary ACTH What zone of the adrenal cortex synthesizes cortisol Zona Fasciculata What zone of

Pharm -4- Anti Epileptics

Question Answer Which occurs more often in children Grand Mal (generalized tonic clonic seizures) or Petit Mal (absence Seizures) Petit Mal (absence Seizures) What is a Lennox Gastaut seizure severe serious seizure disorder in children marked by epilepsy progression and mental retardation w/ refractoriness to most anti-seizure meds PT is suffering from continuous uninterrupted seizures

Lesson 3

Question Answer What is rabies? a deadly disease caused by a virus, the virus is carried in an animals saliva and is spread when an infected animal's saliva gets into an open wound or moist tissue like the nose eyes or mouth of another animal or person. How many species of raccoons are there? 3

Essential Amino Acids

Question Answer Argininie Not Essential Histidine Not Essential Lysine Essential Aspartic Acid Not Essential Glutamic Acid Not Essential Serine Not Essential Threonine Essential Asparagine Not Essential Glutamine Not Essential Tyrosine Not Essential Cysteine Not Essential Glycine Not Essential Proline Not Essential Alanine Not Essential Isoleucine Essential Leucine Essential Methionine Essential Phenylalanine Essential Tryptophan Essential Valine

Amino Acids Characteristics

Question Answer Arginine Hydrophilic (+) Histidine Hydrophilic (+) Lysine Hydrophilic (+) Aspartic Acid Hydrophilic (-) Glutamic Acid Hydrophilic (-) Serine Hydrophilic (0) Threonine Hydrophilic (0) Asparagine Hydrophilic (0) Glutamine Hydrophilic (0) Tyrosine Hydrophilic (0) Cysteine Special Case Glycine Special Case Proline Special Case Alanine Hydrophobic Isoleocine Hydrophobic Leucine Hydrophobic Methionine Hydrophobic Phenylalanine Hydrophobic Tryptophan Hydrophobic

8th Ch 1 It’s Alive

Question Answer metabolism _ refers to all of the chemical activities that an organism's cells perform. phospholipids Cell membranes are made of __ heredity _ is the passing of traits from one generation to the next. photosynthesis _ is the process that changes the energy in sunlight to energy stored in food. proteins __ are

Constructive/Destructive Forces

Question Answer Constructive Forces Processes which raise or build up the surface of the Earth. Destructive Forces Processes which lower the surface of the Earth. Deposition The process of dropping, or depositing sediment in a new location. Earthquake Vibration of the Earth caused by energy that has been stored along a fault. Volcano Type of