Research an International Non Governmental Organization that works on behalf
of human rights issues. Share the name and the mission of this organization,
along with a summary, in your own words, of some recent work that they have
done to advocate for and
A self-directed learner is one who is willing, but more so eager to learn and will take measures to ensure
that they retain this knowledge and apply it to various aspects of their lives. Theres a saying that goes,
practice makes perfect, and in order to f
In 1994, the devaluation of the Mexican peso against the U.S dollar was
reduced by 14%. This turned out to be a crisis because most of the fund managers
liquidated funds due to fear of loosing investments; peso crisis was extended to
Latin American and As
UNIVERSITY 100 B
Technology is all around us; it seems to be everywhere we go and now more than ever it
is developing faster than we even realize. Everyday there is a new invention that allows
individuals to complete tasks faster and mor
Choose a topic that interests you and is related to your area of study or professional field.
My topic is Why Computer Science is one of the best fields to go into?
Explain why this topic interests you and is related to your area of study or
How has globalization impacted human rights worldwide? Please explain and include examples.
Consider whether or not there could be any negative implications of globalized human rights
Globalization deals with the relationship between people, comp
There are always multiple questions and concerns regarding peer assessments. So let's open
a discussion about the following:
1. What criteria do you consider to be of more importance? Ideas, proper English
grammar or both? Support your answer.
The teacher is the fountain of all knowledge."
What is your response to this statement? Why?
My response to this statement is Yes, I agree. At first I thought that there is no way a teacher or
instructor can have full knowledge in everything. A teacher
Michael Askew Mon Oct 13 11:39:19 CDT 2014
Two ocular lenses
a binocular microscope with an optical system that gives a low magnification 3D view; light can be transmitted or reflected
-prokaryotic cell and eukaryotic cell
-eukaryotic cell like a house with a bunch of small room (HUMANS)
-prokaryotic cell much smaller than eukaryotic cell and is like a studio apartment; a lot more of
these on earth
-difference between the two:
Chapter 36 Study Quiz
1. Antibodies are produced and secreted by _
a. T cells
c. B cells
e. Dendritic cells
2. Each mature B cell of the immune system can produce:
a. an infinite diversity of antibodie
Chapter 43-44 Study Quiz
1. Which of the following is a monocot plant?
a. oak tree
d. pine tree
2. The female reproductive structure, the carpel, consists of:
a. stigma, filament, and sepals.
b. sepals, petals, and
Chapter 41 Study Quiz
1. In the "typical" menstrual cycle, day 1 is the day:
a. LH levels surge.
b. ovulation occurs.
c. fertilization occurs.
d. menstruation begins.
e. the corpus luteum disintegrates.
2. Ovulation is induced by a spike in th
Chapter 27 Study Quiz
1. Mutualism refers to interactions between species in which _
a. they maintain similar population sizes
b. they have shared interests and goals
c. both species benefit
d. both species share the same niche
Chapter 26 Study Quiz
1. Match the ecological factor with its type.
pesticides in water -density independent
habitat destruction -density independent
1. The process of making RNA from a DNA template is called _.
2. Which of the following would be called a mutation? (Check all that apply)
Choose all that are co
Chapter 33 Study Quiz
1. About _ people in the United States die of smoking related diseases each year.
2. Insects respire using _. (check all that apply)
Choose all that are correct
Chapter 13 Study Quiz
1. Short tandem repeats (STRs) are _
a. used to identify people through their DNA fingerprint
b. an important element in bacterial viral transduction
c. used to replicate DNA in a cell during S phase
d. put together to as
Chapter 40 Study Quiz
1. An earthworm moves by alternating muscular contractions against a _
a. vertebral column
b. chitinous shell
c. hydrostatic skeleton
d. verminous fibril
2. The sarcoplasmic reticulum helps to trigger muscle cell contract
Chapter 14-15 Study Quiz
1. If two or more phenotypes in a population are both favored by selection, that is an
example of _.
a. balanced polymorphism
b. gene flow
c. sexual selection
d. stabilizing selection
e. directional selection
2. All of
The example that I thought was the most interesting was the example
about in the video was Darwins theory and how she thought it was wrong
and biased. On the projector the quote it said , females choose mates
who are more attractivevigorous and well armed
Chapter 34 Study Quiz
1. The average human body at rest burns about _ Calories per hour.
2. One dietary Calorie is an amount of energy sufficient to raise _ gram(s) of
water by 1 C.
Chapter 16-17 Study Quiz
1. The process by which new species form is termed _
c. spectral overlap
d. speciation Correct
e. special relativity
2.What happens when two populations become geographically separated fr
Q1: Is the assessment of the effectiveness of a medication by practice-based
After watching the video by Ben Goldacre, my jaw dropped to the floor. I didnt know
what practice-based medicine was until Goldacre called out publication comp
Chapter 32 Study Quiz
1. In mammals, blood with a depleted oxygen content enters the _ of the heart.
a. left ventricle
b. right atrium
d. left atrium
e. right ventricle
2. The purpose of the lymphatic system is _
a. to rem
Chapter 23 Study Quiz
1. Butterflies and moths are examples of _ (check all that apply)
Choose all that are correct
a. arthropods Correct
b. insects Correct
c. arachnids Incorrect
d. beetles Incorrect
e. invertebrates Correct
2. Which of the following are
Q1: Is autism caused by vaccination?
Q2: Is all autism caused in the same way?
Q3: Is autism familial?
Q1: Although many people like to stand up and say that autism is caused by
vaccination, I have yet to find an legit source that has done the research. T
Properties of viruses
no membranes, cytoplasm, ribosomes, or other cellular
they cannot move or grow
they can only reproduce inside a host cell
they consist of 2 major parts - a protein coat, and
hereditary material (DNA or RNA)
must be used in case of renal failure
options: 1) TRANSPLANT 2) ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY
1) KIDNEY TRANSPLANT - one kidney is adequate for normal functioning, so it is
possible to donate one kidney and live.
- requires living or