Winter Break Question Bank
P. 8 - Why do historians differ? 3 questions
1. What are some of the reasons historians often disagree?
2. Is there ever a right or wrong in historical interpretation? What value
might historical inquiry have other than reaching
Chapter 16 Lecture
The Air Around Us
Air pollution is generally the most widespread and
obvious kind of environmental damage
Approximately 147 million metric tons of air
pollution are released annually into the atmosphere
in the U.S. by hu
Vitamin A deficiency among poor children
Genetically engineered rice with beta-carotene
Vitamin A Deficiency WHO Data
New Genetically Engineered Golden Rice
Poor Lack Sufficient Food
Enough food for all but
Dec. 15, 2015
In Anna Lapps book, Diet for a Hot Planet, she emphasizes on how our global food
system, in particular meat and fish intake, is connected to climate change in nearly all
parts of our economy. T
December 8, 2015
1. Horace Miner Body Rituals Among the Nacirema:
In Body Ritual among the Nacirema, Miner writes about this North American group
called the Nacirema. In the article, the N
Kenton Onspaugh, Rachel Provler, Brianna Hand-Solomon
Group Assignment #4
1. How many people with mental illness are in prison in the state of Maryland? Look at 3
additional states and record the number of prisoners in those states.
There is approximatel
Final Exam Study Guide
Chapter 8 - Gender
Sex, Sexuality and Gender:
Sex: The natural or biological differences that distinguish males and females.
Sexuality: To desire, sexual preference, sexual identity, and behavior.
Gender: A social construct that
April 28, 2015
Life Wellness and Health Final Exam
Throughout the lectures and labs in the class Life Wellness and Health I
learned many things that will help me in maintaining a healthier lifestyle for the
rest of my
BI 103 Course Objectives Review: Chapter 1- Major Themes of Anatomy & Physiology
1) _Anatomy_ is the study of structure.
_Physiology_ is the study of function.
2) Give one example of the relationship between structure and function.
The structure of somet
BI 103 Course Objectives Outline: Chapter 3- Cellular Form and Function
31) Define the following terms:
- Plasma (cell) membrane-
- Extracellular fluid-
- Intracellular fluid (or cytosol)-
- Interstitial (tissue) fluid-
What is the difference
BI 103 Course Objectives Outline: Chapter 5- Histology
48) Fill in the table below for the 4 primary classes of tissue.
49) Define matrix.
Define ground substance.
Describe the structural/organizational r
BI 103 Course Objectives Outline: Chapter 4- Genetics and Cellular Function
44) Describe and/or draw the structure of DNA. Include deoxyribose sugar, phosphate, and list
its four nitrogenous bases.
Explain complementary base pairing. How do the bases alwa
BI 103 Course Objectives Review: Chapter 2- Major Themes of Anatomy & Physiology
9) Define chemical element.
A Chemical element is the simplest form of matter to have unique chemical properties.
Water, for example, has unique properties, but it can be br
BI 103 Course Objectives Outline: Chapter 7- Bone Tissue
78. List the six functions of bone.
Name the different tissue types found in bone.
- osseous tissue
79. List the four classifications of bones by shape and give examples for ea
FREDERICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BI 103 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
PLEASE NOTE: Some of the objectives will be considered only in lecture or only in lab, others
will be dealt with both in lecture and in lab, and others may be assigned for independent
Dr. Van Winter
Sports Management Degrees and Certification: What Youll Study. Sports Management
Degree Guide. Web. 4 Nov. 2014.
Sports Management Spans from Head Coaches to PR Executives. Sports Management
PHYSICAL BASIS OF
Stimuli in the environment (inside and
outside the body)
All physiological activities are
reactions to stimuli
Bi 103 Spring 2016 Ch 1 sample quiz/test questions
Select the most correct answer for each question.
1. Organs are made of tissues.
2. A molecule of water is more complex than a mitochondrion (organelle).
Six Principles to Guide Research Ethics in the Social Sciences
Closed Published by Bill
February 5th, 2010 in Information Communication and the
Social Sciences, Research and Learning, Social Science Research
The ESRC has just published a revised Framework
Social Power and Authority in Animal Farm
Social power is the ability to get what one wants even against the resistance of others. A
lot of social power and its other concepts are seen in Animal Farm; a n
Social Structure in the Work Place
During this past summer I went to work at Montgomery Country Club as the pool
side snack shed girl. I got the job thanks to my connections to one of the three
Hood College is a large community of people living and interacting with one another on a
daily bases. It is considered a social organization; the structure of social relations within a gro
December 1, 2015
Race and Ethnicity
This paper is going to explore the race and ethnicity concepts I have recognized in
society and my surroundings. This observation was conducted by content analysis. Content
analysis is the systematic coding and
December 7, 2015
Katherine Boos, Behind the Beautiful Forevers follows the lives of two characters in the
under city of India. The first character being the teenager Abdul Husain, who belongs to a
Muslim family; and the second character
Frederick Community College
(BI 103: Human Anatomy and Physiology Part 1)
Class Begins: January 25, 2016
Class Ends: May 14, 201
Last Day to Withdraw: April 9, 2016
Meeting Day and Time: Lecture: Monday, 5:00-7:35, Lab: Wednesdays, 5:00-7:
Review of CH1 Key
What is a Point of Singularity? Examples?
What is the Law of Disruption? Examples?
Consequentialists Vs. Non
What was Machiavelli?
What are Natural Rights?
SOMETHING WE MISSED LAST
WEEK (A NEW TOY)
CHAPTER 1 2/2/15
WHO IS THIS?
Sacagawea - c. 1788 December 20,
1812 who accompanied the Lewis and
Clark Expedition, acting as an
interpreter and guide, in their
exploration of the Western United
States. She traveled thousands of
miles from North Dakota to
2015-2016 SENATORIAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
To be considered for a Senatorial Scholarship, you must personally complete all
applicable sections of this application and return it to Senator Houghs office. Your
application must be postmarked no later than
CSIT 302-01 Position Paper Specifications
DUE DATE: 3/30/15
OBJECTIVE: Students will support a thesis with a researched persuasive essay specific to a contemporary
issue/controversy related to Computer Technology.
12 Font Double Spaced (Times New
CSIT 302-01 Research Paper Specifications
DUE DATE: 4/27/15
OBJECTIVE: Students will research and report on a technology that has changed the way we live, work
and/or play within the last 20 years. Concepts from the course text (where applicable) will be