Helper Protein molecules
Chemical reactions of life
Processes of life
breaking down molecules
Nothing works without enzymes!
How important are enzymes?
all chemical reactions in living organisms
Module 5 NONFICTION TERMS
NONFICTION literary works other than fiction; based upon real-life situations and functions
ESSAY organized writing in paragraph form which has an introduction, body ideas, and conclusion
RESUME personal document which lists and
Tips and tricks
What do people mean by Aseptic
Aseptic Techniques are set principals or
practices used by cell culture workers to reduce
the potential of unwanted micro-o
APUSH Period 7
Chapter 9: The Confederation and the Constitution
1.What social changes resulted from the American Revolution?
Most states reduced property-holding requirements for voting. Ordinary men and women were
AP US History Period 7
Due: October 20, 2014
Salem Witch Trial DBQ
During the 17th century, New England decided to branch off and start colonizing the New World.
The Protestant Reformation began the process of elimina
HAPPY Analysis #3
1. Wrote in America because America could have made French the minister and when in
1. The intended audience is Americans.
2. This affects its validity because it makes French look like the monsters on t
HAPPY Analysis #2
1. It was given near the conclusion of his second term in 1796.
2. Another thing that happened in the year of 1796 is in May 15th France and
Sardinia signed a peace treaty of Paris. Independence day celebration held.
HAPPY Analysis #1
Historical Context (all docs)
1. Boston, 2nd-5th 1770
2. Created during great tension between American colonists and Great Britain.
The French and Indian war caused Britain to go into debt, so now the British
are taxing the colonists to
Chapter 14 - Jacksonian Democracy at Flood Tide
Nicholas Biddle nicknamed "Czar Nicholas I," he was president of the Bank of the United States.
He was known for his massive loans as bribes ("Emperor Nick of the Bribery Bank"). Jackson
wanted to weaken the
Chapter 13 - The Rise of Jacksonian Democracy
Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson was a Democratic-Republican who was voted into office in 1828. The
people wanted representation and reform from the administration of John Quincy Adams. Jackson
believed that the
Chapter 12 - The Second War for Independence and the Upsurge of
James Madison The author of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, Madison was also the father of the
Federalist party and the fourth President of the United States. He was Pres
Chapter 11 - The Triumphs and Travails of Jeffersonian Democracy
Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson was a Republican who believed that the future of the U.S. would lie
in the hands of farmers. "Long Tom" Jefferson was inaugurated to the presidency in the s
Chapter 10 Vocabulary
John Adams: A Federalist who was Vice President under Washington in 1789, and later
became President by three votes in 1796. Known for his quarrel with France, and was involved
in the XYZ Affair, Quasi War, and the Convention of 1800
Chapter 20: Girding for the War - The North and South 1861-1865
Abe Lincoln swon in March 4, 1861 - president of the dis-United States of America.
The Menace of Secession:
Lincoln's Inaugural Address: there would be no conflict unless the South pro
Chapter 19: Drifting Toward Disunion 1854-1861
Stowe and Helper: Literary Incendiaries:
1852, Harriet Beechar Stowe - Uncle Tom's Cabin - exposed the evils of slavery (emotional,
moral). Helped start the war - and win it. Influenced North to have nothing
Chapter 18: Renewing the Sectional Struggle 1848-1854
Debate over slavery in the area of the Mexican Cession split politics along North-South lines.
The Popular Sovereignty Panacea:
Polk decided to retire after one term (that chronic diarrhea's a killer)
Chapter 17: Manifest Destiny and Its Legacy 1841-1848
The Accession of "Tyler Too":
William Henry Harrison was basically controlled by Secretary of State Daniel Webster and
Harrison died of pneumonia after 4 weeks in the White House
Chapter 16: The South and the Slavery Controversy 1793-1860
Intro: Introduction of Eli Whitney's cotton gin 1793 created a deman for labor -> reinvigoratesd
slavery in South
"Cotton is King!":
more slaves -> more cotton
Cotton also benefitted North -> pro