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Nucleic Acids

what important polymer is located in the nucleus?Chromosome ________ is the instructions for making a cell’s ______DNA sequence and Protein ______ on chromosomes code for specific ____ in a cell.Genes and triat Where is DNA also found?Chromosomes and chloroplasts What is the double helix?Shape of the DNA Example of a […]

Gram Positive Rods

List Gram Pos. Rods1.Corynebacterium Diptheriae 2.Bacillus Anthracis 3.Bacillus Cereus 4.Listeria monocytogenes 5.Propionibacterium acnes 6.Lactobacillus 7.Erysipelothrix Corynebacterium diphtheriaeGram Positive Throat Nasopharynx Pseudomembrane Club shaped rods (chinese characters) Non motile and no capsules Corynebacterium diphtheriae TreatmentHorse antitoxin inactivates toxin Antibiotics Corynebacterium diphtheriae pathogenesisA and B Fragments B binds to cell membrane and […]

S.S. Main Ideas Chap. 1-3

What were the 4 parts of Alexander Hamilton’s financial plan?1. Establish the Bank of the U.S. 2. Place a tariff on imports. 3. After issuing bonds, the Gov. must pay back the bonds in full. 4. Impose direct taxes on people. What are the 3 different departments in the government?the […]

Ch11 Endocrine System

Endocrine Systemadrenal glands, ovaries, pancreas, parathyroid glands, pineal gland, pituitary gland, testes, thymus gland, thyroid gland Endocrine System Functionsecrete hormones that regulate many body activities such as metabolic rate, water and mineral balance, immune system reactions, and sexual functioning. Endocrine systema collection of glands that secrete hormones directly into the […]

Human Body Basic Vocabulary

unicellularliving things composed of only one cell nervetissue that carries messages throughout our bodies digestive systemorgan system that breaks down food and absorbs nutrients organismany living thing multicellularliving things composed of more than one cell organ systemgroup of organs working together to perform a specific job musclethe only tissue in […]

periodic table and ph

phmeasurement of how acidic or how basic a solution is 7neutral the scale goes from 0 to14 acidshave a ph lower than 7 compounds are basic (or alkaline) ifthey have a ph higher than 7 what ions do acidic solutions release?hydrogen (H+) what ions do basic solutions release?hydroxide (OH-) solutions […]

Lord of the Flies (Chapter 2)

What rule concerning the conch is made?Whoever is holding the conch has the right to speak What does Piggy attempt to call the group’s attention to?That no one knows that they’ve crashed on this island How does the talk of the “beasties” affect the boys?It makes them all a little […]

AP Government – Unit 2

public opinionthe distribution of the population’s beliefs about politics and policy issues. demographythe science of population changes. censusa valuable tool for understanding demographic changes. The Constitution requires that the government conduct an “actual enumeration” of the population every ten years. melting potthe mixing of cultures, ideas, and peoples that has […]

Micro Chapter 7

All of the following factors contribute to hospital-acquired infections EXCEPT Select one: a. some bacteria metabolize disinfectants. b. bacteria may be present in commercial products such as mouthwash. c. invasive procedures can provide a portal of entry for bacteria. d. gram-negative bacteria are often resistant to disinfectants. e. None of […]

Ch.7 sec.3 Assessment

What are the four conditions of monopolistic competition?1) Many firms 2) Few artificial barriers to entry 3) Slight control over price 4)Differentiated products How do economists determine whether a market is an oligopoly?an oligopoly is a market dominated by a few large profitable firms, and produce 70-80% of the output […]

Fingerprints chapter

Ridgesraised portion of the epidermis Grovesindented portions between ridges -formed within 4-5 months of fetus development -remain unchanged for the rest of your life Latent printsinvisible finger prints (form from sweat) -98% water -2% oils Patent printsvisible prints left behind in a medium ex: blood, dirt, grease Plastic printsimpressed prints […]

Milady Practice Exam Cosmetology

The Deepest layer of the epidermis, the basal cell layer, is also known as theStratum Germinativum The layer of skin that is composed of several layers of different-shaped cells and is responsible for the growth of the epidermis is the:Stratum Germinativum Cosmetology professionals are only allowed to use products that […]

NY Real Estate

A broker legitimately may pay all or part of Real estate commission to asalesperson The minimum age for a New York real estate broker’s license is20 Which of the following acts would require a real estate license in New YorkSale of land by an auctioneer Violation of the license law […]

world history: chapter 1&2

regionan area with one or more features that make it different from surrounding areas. these features can be physical differences, or different climates, physical barriers like mountains and rivers often form a region’s boundaries. physical featuresare on some maps; some examples are mountains, rivers, people and cities. climate vs. weatherclimate […]

The Union in Crisis (3-1)

How did the issue of slavery divide the Union?tension grew as laws were passed that angered both northerners and southerners Wilmot Provisocalled for slavery to be banned in any territory that the US gained from Mexico Free-Soil Partyformed in 1848; wanted to prevent the expansion of slavery into the western […]

Ch.5 continued

If a strand of DNA has a nitrogen base sequence 5′ – ATTTGC-3′, what will be the sequence of the matching strand?3′-TAAACG-5′ If a DNA double helix is a 100 nucleotide pairs long and contains 25 adenine bases, how many guanine bases does it contain?75 The two strands of DNA […]

38 Digestive and Excretory systems 38-1 Food and Nutrition

What are the main nutrients that the body needs?water, carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. Why is water so important?every cell needs this nutrient because chemical reaction and the body’s processes, take place in it How much water should you aim to drink each day?1 liter What is water used […]

The Crucible Test Review

Reverend ParrisA minister in Salem who is more worried about his reputation than the life of his daughter or the lives of his parishioners Betty ParrisParris’ young daughter; lies inert at the beginning of the play; among the girls who “cry out” at the trial TitubaParris’ Barbados slave; first accused […]

ServSafe practice test

Which group of individuals has a higher risk of foodborne illness? A.Teenagers B.Elderly people C.Women D.VegetariansElderly people Parasites are commonly associated with? A.seafood B.eggs C.potatoes D.ready-to-eat foodSeafood Ciguatera toxin is commonly found in? A.amberjack B.pollock C.tuna D.codAmberjack Which is a TCS food? A.Saltines B.Bananas C.Baked potatoe D.Coffeebaked potatoe What type […]

Review 2

The shift from using wood as a source of fuel to coal was causedby a decline in local supplies of wood. The remains of plants, animals, and microorganisms is commonly referred to asfossil fuel. In order for a nation to participate in the Industrial Revolution, they had to havea source […]

Human Anatomy & Physiology – Chapter 2

MatterAnything that occupies space and has mass. Could be solid, liquid or gas. ElementSubstance that cannot be split into simpler substances by an ordinary chemical. Examples: oxygen, carbon, gold, silver, copper & iron Energycapacity to do work, or put matter in motion Kinetic Energyenergy in action Potential Energystored energy atomssmallest […]

ethics exam 1

Which of the following is not one of the rights spelled out by John F. Kennedy in his “Consumers’ Bill of Rights”?the right to be ethical The _____ was/were enacted to restore confidence in financial reporting and business ethics after the accounting scandals of the early 2000s.Sarbanes-Oxley Act Which of […]

McAuley Health- Tobacco 1-44

How long does it take for the first puff on a cigarette to reach the brain and bloodstream?seconds Nicotine acts ______ after the first puff.almost immediately Short-term effects of smoking:stimulates vomit reflex; increases blood-sugar levels, breathing rate, blood pressure, and heart rate What can tobacco do to your body?make your […]

Seven S’s of Crime scene investigation

Securing the sceneresponsibility of the first-responding police officer (first responder), safety of individuals is first priority. Preservation of evidence is second priority. First responder has to restrict all unauthorized persons from entering. Locard’s exchange principle may occur. -first responder keeps security log of all those who visit the crime scene […]

ACCT 2302 Chapter 12

ProprietorshipA proprietorship is a company owned by a single individual: Lawyers, Architects, Realtors, Physicians Characteristics of proprietorshipsSimple to form No limitation on legal liability Not taxable Limited life Limited ability to raise capital (funds) Partnershipsan association of two or more persons who own and manage a business for profit Characteristics […]

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Which of the following statements is correct?The credit terms, 2/10, n/30, allow the customer to take a 2 percent discount if payment is made within 10 days of the invoice, otherwise payment is due in full in 30 days. When merchandise is needed, the purchasing department issues a form calleda […]

apwh26

Why was Egypt of strategic importance in WWII?It had suez canal which led to oil fields of middle east Why did President Franklin Roosevelt want to offer help to the Allies?Because if allies lost, US would be forced into the war How were napoleons invasion of russia and hitlers invasion […]

Biology 7.4 homeostasis and cells

the basic living unit of all organismsWhat are cells? unicellular organismsWhat type of organisms dominate life on Earth? a relatively constant internal physical and chemical conditionWhat is homeostasis? unicellular organisms grow, respond to the environment, transform and reproduceHow do unicellular organisms maintain homeostasis> bothAre unicellular organisms are included in prokaryotes […]

Hamlet Act IV Quizzes

What does Gertrude fail to report to Claudius about what happened when Hamlet killed Polonius?that Hamlet thought it was Claudius When questioned by Rosencrantz and Guildenstern about the locaiton of Polonius’ dead body, to what does Hamlet compare Rosencrantz?a sponge Why does Claudius say that he cannot “put the strong […]

Vietnam Era Part 2

Ho Chi Minh compated his military to atiger Vietcong’s war strategy was tofight small skirmishes. By the end of 1965 most American soldiers in Vietnamhad been drafted. What happened at Dien Bien Phu in 1954?The Vietminh laid siege to a garrison of French troops who then surrendered. During the Vietnam […]