BA 123 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
FINAL EXAMINATION SCOPE
Stanley B. Block & Geoffrey Hurt, Foundations of Financial Management, 15th Edition, McGraw-Hill Irwin
CHAPTERS 1 13 HOMEWORK AND CASES PRESENTED COVERED IN THE EXAM. APROXIMATELY
40% CHAPTERS 1 8 AND 60
1. Which of the following describes anatomy?
a. Using devices to investigate parameters such as heart rate and blood pressure
b. Investigating human structure via dissections and other methods
c. Studying the unusual manner in whic
A&P Review Questions 13
What is the normal pH range of blood?
Leukocytes and platelets comprise what percentage of whole blood?
Which ABO blood group is known as the "universal donor"?
What are the regulatory function of blood?
What do ligaments do?
attach bone to bone
What connects adjacent vertebrae?
What type of ligaments go from the neck to sacrum?
anterior and posterior longitudinal ligaments
Which type of ligaments connect each vertebra to
1. All of the following statements about the axon shaft are true EXCEPT:
A. axonal diameter is inversely proportional to conduction velocity
B. ion channels are clustered at nodes of Ranvier
C. it contains parallel arrays of neurofilaments and microtubule
Chapter 7 - The Skeleton
The skeletal system is composed of what?
bones, cartilages, joints, ligaments
What are the major parts of the skeletal system?
How many bones are in the axial skeleton?
What are the major regions
Module 1 Anatomy of the Respiratory System
Which of the following conditions might make a patient susceptible to ARDS
3. Drug overdose
4. Guillain-Barre 5. Allergic reaction
NIH ARDS clinical network, inclusion criteria for AR
Spinal Cord REVIEW
Polysynaptic reflexes can produce more complicated responses than can monosynaptic reflexes because?
many interneurons involved can control several muscle groups
the response time is quicker
the response is initiate
Genetic Structure and Domestication History of the Grape
It is important to study the genome and genetic structure of organisms to gain a
better understanding of the species and gene interactions. More specifically it is
March 19, 2016
Sexual Isolation Evolves Faster than Hybrid Inviability in a Diverse and Sexually Dimorphic
Genus of Fish (Percidae: Etheostoma)
At least some reproductive isolation is necessary if evolutionary lineages w
February 2, 2016
Paper Discussion Summary
Due to the changing climates as a result of global warming occurring, it is clearly
evident that organisms must adapt to the climate change. However, an evolutionary
MEMORIZE MESNTRUAL & OVARIAN CYCLES: figure 20.33
-Must produce progesterone in order to get pregnant
Rhythm Method of Contraception
-Changes in hormonal secretion also change body temperature
_basal body temperature: temp when you first wake
Male Accessory Organs
-purple part of penis in picture is spongy tissue
Erectile Tissues of the Penis
-corpora cavernosa (two of them) and corpus spongiosumthe two spongy/erectile tissues
Female Accessory Reproductive Organs
Tonic and Phasic Receptors
-Phasic: in order to change; rapidly when they are first stimulated; adapt to; smell
_central adaptation is the signal lower and not paying attention
-Tonic: continuous stimulus that is constant
Law of Specific Nerve
Genetics of Ecological Divergence during Speciation
A niche is a term used to define an organisms role in an ecosystem. A niche can
include the environment the organism lives in, the organisms job in the enviro
Sexual isolation evolves faster than hybrid inviability in diverse and sexually dimorphic
genus of fish.
1. The goal of the study is to determine if sexual isolation or hybrid inviability would
evolve faster. They hypothesized that sexual selection isolat
A cancer cell (mauve) undergoing
apoptosis (cell suicide) under attack
by an immune cell (orange) (SEM)
THE STUDY OF TISSUES
3.1 The Study of Tissues 53
The Primary Tissue Classes 53
Interpreting Tissue Sections 53