Teas Science - KILLER TEAS V PRACTICE TEST-SCIENCE PART I...

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1. absorption of food occurs where small intestine 2. Acid change the color of litmus paper to? Red 3. Adenine and guanine are purines that have? 2 ring structure 4. An alternate form of a gene is called? allele 5. Alveoli are tiny sacs surrounded by what? capillaries 6. Anatomical positions are? standard position where the body is facing forward. feet are parallel to each other & the arms are at the sides with palms facing forward. 7. Are covalent bonds weak or strong? strong 8. Are hydrogen bonds weak or strong? weak 9. are ionic bonds weak or strong? Strong 10. Arteries are blood vessels that transport blood away from the heart and to the what? capillaries 11. Arteries carry blood away from the heart to the? Capillaries 12. The atomic number equals the number of Number of protons 13. The atomic number equals the number of what? Protons (aka atomic number) 14. base change the color of litmus paper to? Blue 15. The bottom number on a blood pressure reading is? diastolic pressure 16. Breathing properly requires the presence of this compound that affects the surface tension of alveoli in the lungs surfactant 17. the cell cycle A series of events that cells go through as they grow and divide. 18. cellular respiration formula C6H1206->CO2 + H20+ ENERGY (released) 19. Changing a liquid into a gaseous form is called? Evaporation 20. Cholesterol known as LDL means? Low Density Lipoproteins 21. circulatory system (aka cardiovascular system) This system works as the transportation highway for the body. It consists of the heart, blood, and blood vessels. It transports substances such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nutrients in the body. 22. The coenzyme NAD/NADH is involved in what type of reaction? Oxidation/Reduction 23. The conclusions should be? consistent with the hypothesis 24. define absorption process of taking digested nutrients into circulatory system 25. define a "charge" 1) refers to the positive or negative distribution within it. 2) total number of protons & electrons 3) neutrons DO NOT posses a charge 26. Define analysis: weather of not it supports the hypothesis 27. Define an electron? A negatively charged particle 28. define a neutron? A neutral particle that is found in the nucleus of an atom. 29. Define Anterior? Toward the front of the body 30. define a proton? positively charged particle inside the nucleus 31. Define chemical bonding? The physical forces that join or connect atoms together 32. Define deductive reasoning: is general principle which leads to a specific conclusion. 33. Define deep? away from or below the body surface (opposite of superficial) 34. define defecation elimate waste through anus 35. define deglutition The act of swallowing food. 36. define digestion mechanical and chemical breaking down of food KILLER TEAS V PRACTICE TEST-SCIENCE PART I Study online at quizlet.com/_17kfxy
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