A Raisin in the Sun, Act I Practice Activity. Now that you've completed Act I, you've had the opportunity
to get to know several of our main characters: Mama, Walter, Beneatha and Ruth. You're task, then, is to
show me how much you've learned about each o
Visual Mind Game
The cube can be seen in two different ways. The midbrain portion of the brainstem would
control the vision that would cause this effect.
The shaded dots give the impression of being bulges and indents. The corpus callosum would
Module 10 Lesson 1 Notes Document
Name: Laura Starling
What are the two divisions of the nervous system, and describe them briefly.
Central Nervous System: includes the brain and spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous System: includes the remainder of the body
Tomato Slicing Cut Battle Scene
The T-cells wait. Thats all the T-cell does for a majority of its time. Waits for a
message thats coming
The macrophage has reported to the dendritic cell and the dendritic cell now
rushes to the T-cell where he waits in th
Module 12 Lesson 1 Guided Notes Document
The functions of the excretory system are carried out by which body systems?
a. Respiratory system
b. Integumentary system
c. Digestive system
d. Urinary system
List the main functions of the excretory
Module 14 Lesson 1 Notes Guide
Please complete the information below as you go through the Module 14 Lesson
1 Notes. Then submit this study guide via the assignment link.
1. What are primary sexual characteristics? The organs directly related to
Module 11 Lesson 1 Notes Guide
Please complete the information below as you go through the Module 11 Lesson
1 Notes. Then submit this study guide via the assignment link.
1. Which division of the nervous system is the autonomic nervous system a
Module 15 Lesson 2 Guided Notes
1. What is development? The process of growing, maturing, and progressing.
2. What is aging? The biological and social process of growing old.
3. When do development and aging end? These do not end when a child enters
Module 13 Lesson 1 Notes Document
Why was Robert Wadlow so tall? He had a pituitary giant which was a tumor that pressed
against that gland.
What did he have too much of? Growth hormone
What other system is v
Pros and Cons:
A Cochlear implant is very safe and the only practical danger is any complications that may happen as is
with any surgery. A hearing aid is a good option and is also safe and the only realistic danger of having
one is losing it or if it is
Micro Chapter 7 study guide
1. What refers to bacteria contamination?
2. Term for the absence of significant contamination?
3. Term for removing and destroying all microbial life?
4. What is the term for the killing of C. b
April 27, 2016
Go Green- Energy Conservation Project
Proposal: I would like to Go Green by energy conservation. Adjusting the heat down one
degree will do this. Typically, I am a person who gets hot one minute and
Which of the following statements concerning translation is correct?
The ribosome stops protein synthesis when it reaches a nonsense codon in the mRNA.
tRNAs enter the ribosome at the E site and leave from the A site.
All of the following are required for the generation of ATP by chemiosmosis EXCEPT
a) passage of electrons through electron carrier chains
b) conversion of pyruvic acid to lactic acid
c) use of proton flow by ATP synthase
d) active tr
The Scientific Method Lab
The purpose of this lab is to introduce you to the scientific method and some of the tools that
scientists use. There are several activities provided to help you understand the topic. You will
first want to read through the lab m
Human prenatal development takes _ weeks.
The postnatal period extends from
A. the fertilized egg until the end of life.
B. fertilization to birth.
C. birth to death.
D. the beginning of the fetal period until
During the first meiotic division
A. sperm and egg form.
B. homologous chromosome pairs separate.
C. homologous chromosome pairs join.
D. the cell becomes diploid.
Meiosis is necessary because
A. otherwise the fertilized ovum will ha
The human genome consists of
A. DNA, most of which encodes protein.
B. DNA, most of which does not encode protein.
C. protein, most of which encodes DNA.
D. protein, most of which does not encode DNA.
A gene is
A. a DNA sequence that
Which of the following is not a function of the kidneys?
A. Maintaining volume, pH, and composition of body fluids within normal ranges
B. Removal of excess chemicals
C. Removal of metabolic wastes
D. Synthesis of plasma proteins
After eating, _ signals the hypothalamus to suppress appetite.
B. neuropeptide Y
Sarah eats only dairy, and no meat or eggs. She is a(n)
The alimentary canal extends, in its entirety, from
A. the mouth to the large intestine.
B. the stomach to the small intestine.
C. the liver to the gallbladder.
D. the mouth to the anus.
The digestive system
A. ingests food, propels
Water balance and electrolyte balance are interdependent because
A. water dissolves in electrolytes.
B. water and electrolytes are both in an ionic state in the blood.
C. both form ions in blood.
D. electrolytes are dissolved in water.
B. making ATP.
C. the entire process of gas exchange between the atmosphere and cells.
D. circulating blood to tissues.
The events of respiration are
A. inhaling and exhaling.
B. ventilation, external and
Receptors for the general senses are found
A. in a few clusters.
B. only in the integumentary system.
C. widely distributed throughout the body.
D. throughout the visceral organs.
Receptors for the special senses are found
Disease-causing agents are called
Fluid is kept from accumulating in tissue spaces by
C. the urinary system.
D. the lymphatic system.
The structure of a ly
A hormone is a _ and the target cell is _.
A. protein that stimulates other cells; the source of hormone secretions
B. regulatory molecule that controls secretions of other cells; a cell that synthesizes hormones
C. molecule that has a
The heart pumps about _ liters of blood a day and contracts about _ times in a lifetime.
A. 1,000 liters; 1 billion
B. 1,200 liters; 2 billion
C. 3,000 liters; 2 billion
D. 7,000 liters; 2.5 billion
Circulation is vital because it
The percentage of red blood cells in a sample of human blood is normally about
A. the percent of red blood cells in a blood sample.
B. a disease.
C. a clotting factor.
D. the color of pla
The central nervous system (CNS) consists of
A. spinal and cranial nerves.
B. the brain and spinal cord.
C. the cerebrum and cerebellum.
D. nerves in the upper and lower limbs.
The epidural space contains
A. loose connective tissue,
The cytoplasmic extensions that, together with the cell body, provide the main receptive surfaces for
B. chromatophilic substance (Nissl bodies).
The two types of cells of the nerv