1. How is the nervous systems role in maintaining homeostasis different from that of the
The role of the nervous system in maintaining homeostasis is nearly instantaneous, while
the role of the endocrine system is
Unit 6 Test Review
1. Border States- slave states remaining in the union at the beginning of the civil war; included Delaware,
Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky
2. North advantages/disadvantages in the Civil War- Advantages: North had more p
Unit 5 Test Review
1. Compromise of 1850: Passed by Millard Filmore based on a several propositions made by Henry Clay. The
1. Admitted California as a free state.
2. banned the slave trade in Washington D.C., but slavery was st
Unit 4 Test Review
1. Kitchen Cabinet :A term used by political opponents of the United States to describe Andrew Jacksons cabinet
that he appointed himself after firing Calhoun, especially after the Eaton Affair.
2. Election of 1824: John
Nineteenth Century Gala
As we celebrate the accomplishments and influence of many of the great figures of the
Nineteenth Century, students will prepare a 3-4 minute oral speech as a roast or toast of
one of the following people. Students should Include th
Reading Guide Chapter 19 America: A Narrative History The South and the West
This chapter covers economic and agricultural developments in the New South, the Bourbons,
southern race relations, American Indian policy and the western frontiers o
Write in COLORS OTHER THAN BLACK
Unit 3 Test Review
Nations capital- Moved to Washington D.C from New York as a way to appease the Southerners
and was a compromise- was only moved if Hamiltons national bank was approved.
Alexander Hamilton (person and pla
AP US History: Chapter 19 Questions
1. How did events unfolding in Kansas after 1854 undermine the intent of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
2. What were the tangible, immediate effects of the Dred Scott Decision? What the were the potential future
Reading Guide Chapter 16- America: A Narrative History The Crisis of Union
This chapter covers political developments from the election of 1848 through the secession of the lower South and the
period prior to Lincolns inauguration. It inclu
Master Bedroom- Where all information is stored (bills/manuals) also where reproduction takes
a. Nucleus- a membrane bound structure that contains the cell's hereditary information and
Action potential- an all-or-none electrical event in an axon or muscle fiber in which the polarity of the membrane potential is
rapidly reversed and reestablished.
Axon- the elongated process of a nerve cell that transmits an impulse away from the cell bo
Spring Semester Final Review K Level
1. Define Commercial Revolution.
2. List causes of European exploration.
3. What is the significance of Portugal to European exploration?
4. Define caravel.
5. List reason why the Spanish were able to easily conquer th
Imperialism and WWI Test Review
World War I
Causes: Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism, Nationalism
How was WWI different from previous wars?: First industrialized war
Countries competed for industrial domination of Europe in la
REVIEW - WWII TO THE COLD WAR
Know the general story and the chronological events of WWII.
1) Invasion of Poland
2) Pearl Harbor
Causes of WWII: -totalitarianism militarism nationalism -imperialism -appeasement
Effects of WWII: