24 January 2017
The ban on specific antibacterial soaps occurred in early September of 2016. Being no
good and or safe for people to be using, the Food and Drug Administration did their research.
There are 2 types of cell division
There are many similarities between these
processes. The stages have the same names, and
the means of moving the chromosomes are the
But the main purpose is very different
BOTH only occur i
CTE is Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy this is a progressive, and degenerative disease of the
brain. This is caused by multiple concussions to the brain, most common in high impact sports in
some cases even members of the military. This disease overtime
Academic Calendar 2016-17
Office of the University Registrar
Fall Semester 2016-17
Note: Deadlines are 5:00 p.m. EST on the date indicated (unless otherwise noted). However, online transactions
may be processed beyond 5:00 p.m. EST if the online system is
BIOL 1010: Principles of Biology
Class # 2921
Instructors: Dr. Thompson and your lab instructors.
Class Times & Locations: 9-10:20 am Tuesday & Thursday, Porter Hall 105
Labs held in Porter Hall 300; check your schedule for your lab time.
Patton College of Education and Human Services
Early Childhood Education
Introduction to Early Childhood Education
EDEC 1001-101 #5401
Laura Wentworth, M. Ed.
Email: [email protected]
Office located in 309Q
Math D005: Intermediate Algebra, Spring Semester 2017
M W F 11:50-12:45 Morton 235
Class # 3702 Section 100
Instructor: Monica Hilverding
Office: Morton 528
Phone/email: [email protected]
Office Hours: M W F 10:45-11:40 or by appointment
Mar 16, 7:10 PM
16 Mt St M
S B Thomas and S C Quinn. The Tuskegee Syphilis Study, 1932 to 1972: implications for HIV
education and AIDS risk education programs in the black community. American Journal of
Public Health November 1991: Vol. 81, No. 11, pp. 1498-1505
The AIDS Epidemic
Boyd, Denise R. "Teaching Students with Disabilities: A Proactive Approach." Association for
Psychological Science. Association for Psychological Sciences, Feb. 2007. Web.
Mar. 2017. Web
Crawford, Sara K., et al. "Strategies for Inclusion in
Elkhorn coral and coral in general is one of the oldest animals in the world and they have evolution to
thank for that. Without Elkhorn coral mutating and adjusting to the new conditions and environment the
climate has brought they would not be alive toda
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a sexually transmitted disease that became
known as one of the most destructive infectious diseases in history thus far. With the major
appearance of HIV in the 1980s introduced the world to Acquired Immune Deficiency
BIOS 1030 Study Guide
Chapter 6: Muscles
1. Review the 3 main types of muscle tissues from Chapter 4.
2. What is a muscle fiber equivalent to?
3. What attaches a muscle to bone?
4. Be able to describe briefly the structure of a muscle from large to smalle
BIOS 1030 Study Guide
1. Which general vessels carry blood away from the heart? To the heart?
2. Compare the structure of a vein and an artery based on the size of the smooth muscle layer
and the center/lumen and why they are different.
Study Guide BIOS 1030
Chapter 4: Tissues
1. Name the 4 main tissue types found in the body. Define what a tissue is.
2. Name 3 places that epithelial tissue is found.
3. Why is it important that junctions between epithelial cells are tightly joined by pro
RNA and Protein Synthesis
Vocabulary: amino acid, anticodon, codon, gene, messenger RNA, nucleotide, ribosome, RNA,
RNA polymerase, transcription, transfer RNA, translation
Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.)
Homework Assignment 1
1. Define the term anatomy: I define the term anatomy as a study of a structure.
2. Define the term physiology: I define the term physiology as a study of a function.
3.List the levels of organization of the human body
Medical Terminology Worksheet 1
Directions: Write out the meaning for each of the following word roots.
2. carcin/o _ cancer, cancerous_
3. cardi/o _heart_
5. cis/o_to cut_
6. dermat/o _skin_
Harry J. Anslinger
Drugs, Inc. - Marijuana
Cannabis is the most widely used illicit drug on the planet. To many, it's an evil weed, but to
some, it's a sacred herb, even a lifesaver. Fo
Jeanne Louise Calment
(1875 - 1997)
Nicotine is a substance found in tobacco leaves.
Indigenous Americans smoke
GABA: Synthesis, Release & Inactivation
GABA, NT but not an essential metabolite
Glut to GABA by Glutamic acid decarboxylase
(GAD) VGAT (vesicular GABA transporter)
Inactivation by neuronal & astroglial uptake
by GABA transporters (GAT1-3): tiagabine (GAT
Alcohol has both Specific and Nonspecific effects on
- responsible for most of
the acute effects
at intoxicating doses
- Glu, GABA, DA, Opioids
Glutamate: a major excitatory NT.
Consist of a number of different drugs with
varying chemical structures and behavioural
Ability to alter sensory perception and cognition
Other terms have been :
not used anymore
The midshafts of the forearm bones are linked by a special
interosseous membrane of dense regular CT.
Forces transmitted from wrist, mainly through the distal radius,
gets transferred thru the interosseous membrane to the ulna, for
transfer across the elb
Shoulder: Pectoral, Scapular, Deltoid
Arm (brachium): Anterior arm and posterior arm
Forearm (antibrachium): anterior and posterior forearm
Hand: Wrist, palm, dorsum of hand, digits
Mass Distribution: The main mass of muscles tends to
Upper and lower limbs show a parallel pattern of five linked
bony/articular segments with similar compartmental
The proximal ball & socket joints of the limbs can be thought of
as a free joystick (in the case of the shoulder), or a stable
Similar to the hand, the foot has two sets of tarsal bones (7
total), five metatarsals, a proximal & distal phalange at the big
toe, D1, and proximal, middle & distal phalanges for D2-5.
Recall that the mortise-like joint of the ankle (referred to as the