Confound: error/ flaw in study
History and Approaches
Psychology is derived from physiology
(biology) and philosophy
o Structuralism used INTROSPECTION
(act of looking inward to examine
Muscles can only contract and pull. Therefore, joints have to have two or more muscles
working opposite each other. As the first muscle contracts, so the second muscle
relaxes. As the second muscle contracts, so the first muscle relaxes. This is known as
The digestive system is a group of organs working together to breakdown complex food
substances and convert them into smaller components so that they can be easier absorbed by the
body and used to promote growth, repair, and functioning. It does this by a
Cat Dissection Summary Questions
1. The muscle examined during the examination of the cat musculature was the skeletal
a. The neurotransmitter that stimulates muscle contractions in skeletal muscle is
acetylcholine, which is released from the axon
Anatomy and Physiology
*Look up Mass/Calories
We measure food energy in calories
More mass more energy (true to a certain extent)
In order to determine how much energy there is, there are two factors that come into play.
o The water content
To find out how much salt concentration affects germination and crops' growth.
Salt buildup is a potential problem for most irrigated farmland in the United States. A
small amount of salt in the soil will not signi
1. Using a balance, weigh out the following amounts of salts: 0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5 in
Measure 100 mL of water for each amount of salt used.
Mix the water with the salt and stir until completely dissolved.
1. Yes, there is a relationship between the number of seeds germinated and the concentration
of salt water. The higher salt concentration, there will be a lower chance of germination.
2. Yes, the experimentation support the hypothesis. With the
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ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Acids, Bases, Active Transport
Madison, Issa, Katie, Lauren
WHAT IS AN ACID?
An acid is a material that can release a proton or
hydrogen ion (H^+)
An acid is formed when you put molecules into
water and they so