Running head: CRITICAL THINKING AND ETHICS
Critical Thinking and Ethics
GEN/201 Foundations for University Success
March 14, 2016
CRITICAL THINKING AND ETHICS
Critical Thinking and Ethics
Critical thinking is the identific
Carlos Rosado, Ruben Jalamos, Markis Piper
2 Feb, 2015
Paramedic Method Applied to Group 3 Scenario
Phase 1: Gathering Data
Jim Work both jobs and tell the owner of Oxford
Jim Work both jobs and not tell t
February 19, 2015
Examining Cyber bullying
Online bullying, or cyber bullying, didnt exist before technology took a hold of
younger generations. With all the teenagers active on social networking websites on the
Ethical Theory Name
This approach is inflexible
because it supports that there is no
need to argue about decisions or
Biol 3200: Genetics
Group Essay Assignment #2
Due Date: 10am on February 15, 2016
Answer each question as completely as possible. Each question is worth 5 points. Your answers need to be in
complete sentences and typed within a word document. Be sure to h
The father of genetics
Genetics = the study of
Humans have been practicing
Genetics long before Mendel
Genetics is important in:
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During sexual reproduction, a sperm and an egg unite to form a new
This process is called fertilization.
Meiosis is nuclear division that precedes the formation of gametes
(egg and sperm) and results in a halving of chromosome num
Revised Fall 2014
Biuret Protein Assay
Purpose and goals:
to pipet accurately
to prepare a standard curve
to learn the use of the spectrophotometer
to assay protein samples of unknown concentration
to analyze data from standard curve and unknowns
Ch. 46 Animal Nervous Systems
46.1- Nervous System Types
Other than sponges, all animals have neurons and muscle cells.
Two basic types of nervous systems:
1. Nerve Net
2. Central Nervous System (CNS)
Types of Neurons
3 types of neurons:
Chapter 49 - Chemical Signals in Animals
In response to changes in external and internal conditions, cells in the central nervous system or the
endocrine system release certain molecules.
The endocrine system is a collection of organs and cel
Ch. 43: Water and Electrolyte Balance
The chemical reactions that make life possible occur in an aqueous solution
If the balance of water and solutes in the solution is disturbed, those chemical
reactionsand life itselfmay stop
Animals must m
Ch. 44 Animal Nutrition
Animals get the chemical energy and carbon-containing building blocks they need
from carbohydrates and fats
_is any material that contains nutrients
Animals as well as humans require other nutrients
Ch 45: Respiratory System
Oxygen required for, and carbon dioxide produced by, cellular respiration must be continuously
exchanged with the environment
In addition, these gases (along with wastes, nutrients, and other types of molecules) must be
Ch 45: CIRCULATION
Animals maximize the surface area available for diffusion of gases and other key solutes in a
variety of ways:
Tapeworms and flatworms have a high ratio of surface area to volume
The highly folded gastrovascular cavity of jellyfish off
Activity 44.1 How are form and function related in the digestive system?
1. What is the overall function of digestion (as a whole)?
a. How do bacteria eat?
b. How do amoebas eat?
How are their eating styles similar to what we see in humans? How are the
Chapter 43- Excretory Worksheet
Activity 43.1 What is nitrogenous waste, and how is it removed from the body?
1. Define excretion, and indicate how it differs from elimination.
2. How do freshwater fish and saltwater fish differ in their osmotic s
Exercise 1 Worksheet: Give Your Classroom First Impressions
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