Principles of Disease
The HostMicrobe Relationship
Pathology: the study of
Etiology: the study of
the cause of a disease
development of disease
of the body by
Chapter 13: Viruses, Viroids,
General Characteristics of Viruses
Are they alive?
Obligatory intracellular parasites
Require living host cells to multiply
Contain DNA or RNA (single stranded or double stranded)
Contain a protein coat - caps
The minimum stimulus needed to cause muscle contraction is called _
The absence or inhibition of acetylcholinesterase at a synapse would lead to which of the following
Which of the following best describe the resting membrane po
The following are all major components for the brainstem EXCEPT the _
Which of the following in NOT a function of CNF
*to provide oxygen & nutrition to the nervous tissue
The blood brain barrier (BBB) is MOST permeable to which of the f
Osseous tissue is a _ tissue
The center cavity of the diaphysis of a long bone is called the _
Which of the following is NOT a function of the skeleton
*storage of red blood cells
The expanded head at each end of the long
Name the structures that comprise the skeletal system
Describe the tissue types found in a bone organ; describe the components of
Name the functions of the skeletal system
Describe the shapes of bones, and give examples of each
Chemicals in a solution can move down a concentration gradient - this means that they will move from
the area of _ concentration to the area of _
Which of the following is NOT in the correct anatomical position
*palms facing hips
The _ cavity i
Which of the following accurately relates the emergent properties cf water to the effects of glcbal 1warming in the
. Ice oats because it is less dense than liquid water; oating ice insulates water beloinI and provides a
habitat for scme species.
MEnzyme-Comrolled Reactit x .
How do substrate
concentration and pH affect
Click the computer monitor to see
the digital counter table that
displays the number of product
molecules formed during the ﬁrst
Enzyme Controlled Reactions
The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate and observe how enzyme-catalyzed reaction rates are affected
by substrate and pH concentrations.
You will go to the following website: http:/glencoe.mcgrawhill.com/sites/dl/free/0078757
Definition of Energy
2 Laws of Thermodynamics
Total Energy equations
o Gibbs Free Energy
Exam I-Summer2016- Biology 1406
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Atoms whose outer electron shells contain 8 electrons tend to
a. form ions in aqueous solutions.
When the bodys normal defenses cannot prevent or overcome a disease it often can be
treated by chemotherapy with antimicrobial drugs.
Antimicrobial Drugs : Act by killing or interfering with the growth of microoorganisms.
Congratulations class of 2012
Some of you if not most of you are feeling
much like I did when I was graduating high
school-Eager, confused, nervous.
Eager to start your new life, confused on
what to do with that life and, nervous of
what to except.
Jim Crow South
does the time period known as
Reconstruction refer to?
What were the Reconstruction Amendments? (what did
does the term, Jim Crow South refer to?
What time period did it last?
How and when did the term or
December 6, 2011
I went and saw the Blinn Christmas choir on December first of this year. I enjoyed
getting to see this performance because it got me in the mood for Christmas. They sang
songs I knew and s
History 1301: Final Exam Study Guide for Comprehensive Portion (Units 1-3)
NOTE: The following questions are all based on lecture material from Units 1-3. In ALL of the
questions below, be sure you also understand WHEN the subject of the question took pla
CHEM 1411 Final Review
1. Which of the following are physical properties?
a. Fizzing of baking soda when vinegar is added
b. Brass is an alloy of Cu and Zn
c. Density of gold is 19.3 g/mL
d. Cu dissolves in HNO3 with evolution of NO2
2. A 40.0 % solution
CHEM 1411 Final Exam Review Topics (Spring 2011)
Students: this summary only represents a minimal list of skills/concepts that should be mastered before the final.
Chemistry: Matter & Measurement
Logic Exam 3 (Practice exam with Key taken from SM12)
All S are P
No S are P
Some S are P
Some S are not P
Use the above formulae as your guideline for translating the relationships between
Change of Quantifier (CQ)
Change Quantifier (CQ)
~(x)x = (x)~x
Not everything is . = Something is not .
It is not the case that something is . = Everything is not .
Everything is .
7.6 Lecture Notes
Indirect Proof is similar to Conditional Proof, in that you start out with an assumption that you
hope will lead to something useful for solving the problem. Hypothetically, Indirect Proof can
be used with any problem, but
7.5 Lecture Notes
Conditional Proof is a different method of solving problems. Hypothetically, it can be used on
any problem, but in practice it is primarily useful for certain types of problems. In particular,
Conditional Proof is usefu