Lab

Question Answer Flexion A type of movement that decreases the angle of a joint. Dorsiflexion An example of flexion that decreases the joint angle. ex: raising the feet and toes toward the body. A door is closing on you. Plantar flexion A type of flexion that increases the joint angle. ex: extending the foot. Tiptoes.

Chapter 5

Question Answer Photosynthesis Process through wich sunlight makes sugar molecules and oxygen; 6CO(2) + 6H(2)O + Solar Energy -> C(6)H(12)O(6) + 6O(2) Producer Makes it's own food Autotrophs Self-Feeders; Producers Consumers Gets energy from other organisms and indirectly from sunlight Heterotrophs Other feeders; consumers Carnivores Flesh eaters Cellular Respiration Process of breaking down food to

Study organelles

Question Answer Digest sugars and proteins Lysosomes Reserves ER pakages and sends them out Golgi Packages and sends proteins ER Protein builders Ribosomes Takes sunlight and makes sugars Chloroplast Takes sugars and turns them into energy Mitochondria controls movement eating and reproduction of the cell Nucleus Keeps good in and bad out cell membrain helps

science water terms

Question Answer Adhesion process of water molecules sticking to other substances. Capillary action combined force of attraction among water molecules and with the molecules of surrounding materials Chemical weathering process that breaks down rock through chemical changes like water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, organisms, acid rain) Cohesion water molecules attract each other because of charges Density

All about the Skin

Question Answer Function of skin? To protect against mechanical, chemical, thermal and bacterial damage as in the Sun, heat, and ultraviolet rays. Skin also regulates temperature and has sensory receptors for feeling things The Epidermis is what type of tissue? 1. Epithelial Tissue, 2. Stratified Squamos, 3. Avascular, and 4. Apical surface. Five Layers of

FIRST EXAM – BIO 112

Question Answer What type of anatomy studies structures at different stages of growth? Developmental Anatomy What type of anatomy studies structures requiring a microscope for observation? Microscopic Anatomy What type of anatomy studies structures that can be seen with the unaided eye? Gross or Macroscopic Anatomy What type of anatomy studies the structural changes associated

animals

Question Answer What animal is a reptile snake What animal is a mammal dog What animal is amphibian frog

Test 1

Question Answer What is the synthetic, plant, and animal form of vitamin k? Menadione, phylloquinone, menaquinone What pathway should you follow for absorption of vitamin k? Absorption of lipids. What vitamin can interfere with vitamin k absorption? Vitamin A because it is fat soluble and may have similar transporters Phylloquinone's absorption has what kind of

study cards regarding biomes

Question Answer Climate: hot,barren; hot days/cold nights Desert subtropical Desert Producers: cactus; tumble weed Desert Soil: sandy; rocky; minerals Desert Consumers: rattle snakes; camel Desert Climate: humid; rainy Tropical Rain Forest tropical Tropical Rain Forest Producers: fruit trees; vines; flowers Tropical Rain Forest low nutrients; acidic Tropical Rain Forest monkeys; toucans; sloths; parrots Tropical Rain

physio lab2

Question Answer Carbohydrate: Disaccharide+Water =Monosaccharides (glucose +glucose) Protein: Peptide (portion of protein molecule) + Water =amino acid + amino acid Lipid: Fat + Water =fatty acids + glycerol Characteristics of Enzymes: •Not changed by reaction •Active site specific for particular substrate •Will not make reactions occur that don’t already happen in their absence •Increases rate