23 January 2017
Chapter 1 Study Guide
1.) By Sexual Intelligence what is meant is understanding oneself sexually, having
interpersonal skills, sexual integrity, accurate knowledge regarding sex, and having the
ability to k
29 January 2017
Chapter 4 Study Guide
1.) Structures of the Penis
a.) Shaft-the length of the penis between the glans and the body.
b.) Glans-the head of the penis; it is richly endowed with nerve endings.
c.) Cavernous Bo
26 January 2017
Chapter 3 Study Guide
1.) Reasons for doing a genital self-exam:
a.) Allows women to feel more comfortable with their anatomy and sexuality.
b.) Monthly self-examinations can augment medical care
23 January 2017
Chapter 2 Study Guide
1.) Sexology- the study of sexuality. The purpose of this is to test such assumptions in a
scientific way, to find out whether they are true or false and to document what underlying
FAMILY PEDIGREE PROJECT
By Melissa Gissel Saucedo
The History of the Saucedo-Diaz-Espinosa Family
The following story has a lot of versions, but this particular one is the most accurate according to the
way family members tell it. It was way back to the m
1. In humans, six fingers (S) is the dominant trait; five fingers (s) is the recessive trait. Assume both
parents are heterozygous for six fingers.
Father (6 fingers) Mother (6 fingers
Lab 2; Atoms and Molecules (20 pts)
1. Methane (one carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms): CH4
2. Ammonia (one nitrogen atom and three hydrogen atoms): NH3
3. Water (one oxygen atom and two
Lifes Greatest Miracle
The documentary Lifes Greatest Miracle shows a biological process which every living
organism wants to do in order to keep existing. As part of being a living organism and life itself,
our bodies constantly cra
Lab 3: Structure and Function
1. List two structural differences between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells.
Prokaryotic cells are smaller, have no organelles and have a nucleoid, which is coiled
Chapter 1: The textbook lists four defining features of humans. Select one of the four and make a
case for it being the most important.
The evolution of bi-pedalism has caused changes to occur within the human skeletal system. The
changes in size and arra
The regulatory system use negative feedback includes three steps, a sensor, a regulatory center,
and an effector. Positive feedback brings change flowing in the same to direction to produce a
positive change. The example being Oxytocin is released through
BIOL 10 Chapter 2
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1: The atomic number of an element depends on the number of protons or neutrons.
2: Isotopes of the same atom differ in the number of neutrons.