Activity 1.2.2: Skeleton Scavenger Hunt
Throughout the Human Body Systems course, you will explore the many functions of
the skeletal system. Bones, cartilage, ligaments and tendons are all types of
connective tissue that support your frame.
1. What are the resources the human body needs to survive?
-Basic resources that the human body needs to survive are food, water, and oxygen.
2. What role does food play in the human body?
-Food plays a very important role in the human
1. Why do enzymes only work on their specific substrates?
- Because they have amino acids that are only specific to certain substrates.
2. What would happen if there were no enzymes in the human body? Explain your
- The human body would
1. What does Phineas Gages story teach us about the brain (be specific)?
His story teaches us that the brain can function still after terrible accidents.
2. New research is using functional MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), a scan of
Activity 2.1.1 The Power of Communication
Questions for all Teams to Complete:
What does the term communication mean? Draft a definition with your team.
A way of exchanging words or information to other people.
The human body is made of a group of systems
Chapter 10 Crimes Against Property
Vandalism, also known as malicious mischief, is willful destruction of, or damage to,
the property of another
Vandalism is responsible for millions of dollars of damage each year
A Rose for Emily Enrichment Activity
PART I. Literary Analysis- Conflict & Resolution:
DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions about conflict and resolution in A Rose for Emily.
1. Cite textual evidence of an example that suggests th
Activity 1.4.1 Disease Prevention Through
In the aftermath of the bacterial meningitis cases at Sues school, all student medical
records are reviewed and any student who did not receive the meningitis vaccine is
called back in for
Gastroenteritis at a University in Texas
Original investigators: Nicholas A. Daniels,1 David A. Bergmire-Sweat,2 Kellogg J.
Schwab,3 Kate A. Hendricks,2 Sudha Reddy,1 Steven M. Rowe,1 Rebecca L. Fankhauser,1,4
Stephan S. Monroe,1 Rober
1.4.3 LIFE OF AN
In March 1985, a nurse epidemiologist in a county
health department noted, while reviewing surveillance
data, three cases in a single month of hepatitis B of
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For a conviction, the prosecutor must
A cohort study is an observational study in which a study population (a
cohort) is selected and information is obtained to determine which subjects either have a particular characteristic (e.g., blood group A) that is suspected of