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1) abandon : to leave completely and finally
2) abundant : having a plentiful supply
3) access : The ability or right to approach
4) accomodate : To adapt oneself; become adjusted
5) accumulate : Gradually gather or acquire

Created on December 07, 2012
# of questions: 10

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1) asfasd : fdasfads
2) fasf : asfdasf

Created on December 07, 2012
# of questions: 2

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1) allilteration : a series of similar sounds in succession
2) allusion : a reference to another piece of literature
3) analogy : an extended comparison
4) assonance : the repetition of vowel sounds
5) characters : one who takes part in a an action or work

Created on December 07, 2012
# of questions: 31

STEMS (Lists 1 - 6)
Here are the STEMS Taylor is responsible for knowing thus far.
1) volv : roll
2) duct : lead
3) bio : life
4) homo : same
5) tact : touch

Created on December 07, 2012
# of questions: 69

BM Review Words
sound, liquid, etc...
1) a form of energy produced by vibrating objects : sound
2) does not have a definite shape or volume : liquid
3) allow electricity or heat to easily travel through them : conductor
4) the substance or "stuff" that makes up an object : matter
5) the amount of matter that makes up a substance : mass

Created on December 07, 2012
# of questions: 10

science
12-04-2012
1) transparent : allowing light to pass throught
2) opaque : not allowing light to pass through
3) translucent : allowing light to pass through
4) reflection : the bouncing of light off an object
5) covex lens : a lens that is thicker at the center than it is at the edges

Created on December 06, 2012
# of questions: 10

SOSA 2002
authors of the readings
1) the food bank : Lightman, Mitchell, and Herd
2) neoliberalism, families, work-life balance : Bezanson
3) constructing the consumer : Robbins
4) the business in everyday life : Bauman and May
5) the five sexes : Fausto-Sterling

Created on December 06, 2012
# of questions: 18

MA140 Final Exam

1) The heart is a cone-shaped organ about the size of a __________ fist. : loose
2) Membrane that covers the heart and the large blood vessels attached to it is the: : epicardium
3) The wall of the heart is divided into how many layers? : 4
4) Visceral pericardium that contains fat to cushion the heart is also called the ______________ : epicardium
5) Thickest layer of the wall and is made primarily of cardiac muscle is the __________ : Myocardium

Created on December 05, 2012
# of questions: 75

Vegetative Test Characteristics

1) Weeping Willow : easy to propogate, well suited to wet sites, high growth, moderate to wet soils, low to moderate soil fertility.
2) Amur Maple : Adaptable to wide range of conditions, mod to high grwth rate, moist soils, mod to high soil nutrients
3) white spruce : Tolerant to a wide range of conditions, moderate to high growth, mod to wet soils, low to medium soil fertility
4) Wild Raspberry : Exc for wildlife, easily propogated, slow to mod grwth, dry to moderate soils. low to moderate soil fertility
5) White Birch : Excellent pioneer species, slow to mod growth, mod to high soil fert, dry to moderate moisture

Created on December 05, 2012
# of questions: 36

Vegetative Test Characteristics

1) Weeping Willow : easy to propogate, well suited to wet sites, high growth, moderate to wet soils, low to moderate soil fertility.
2) Amur Maple : Adaptable to wide range of conditions, mod to high grwth rate, moist soils, mod to high soil nutrients
3) white spruce : Tolerant to a wide range of conditions, moderate to high growth, mod to wet soils, low to medium soil fertility
4) Wild Raspberry : Exc for wildlife, easily propogated, slow to mod grwth, dry to moderate soils. low to moderate soil fertility
5) White Birch : Excellent pioneer species, slow to mod growth, mod to high soil fert, dry to moderate moisture

Created on December 05, 2012
# of questions: 36

Biology Quiz 3
Biology Quiz 3
1) In Alzheimer’s disease, tangles : are inside the neuron
2) Which of the following statements are FALSE? The plaques that form during Alzheimer’s Disease : are comprised mainly of proteins called Aβ 42 (or beta amyloid 42).
3) Given that morphological changes in cells of the brain affect how neurons are able to communicate with each other, which of the following statements is FALSE? : the presence of tangles interrupt movement of molecules along microtubules inside the neurons
4) Consider the role of apolipoprotein E (abbreviated as apoE) in Alzheimer’s disease when it occurs as theε4 type: : apoE4 is preferentially removed from the brain instead of A42, so A42 is then left to form plaques
5) With age-associated (aka sporadic) Alzheimer’s disease, the patient typically has : an increase in brain tissue, especially in areas associated with memory and language

Created on December 05, 2012
# of questions: 8

Biology Quiz 2
Biology 329 Quiz 2
1) Define Biological aging (3 pts): : a process of intrinsic, progressive, and generalized physical deterioration over time.
2) Minute volume (Q) : is a function of heart rate and stroke volume
3) Decline in respiratory function with increased age is associated with : increased surface area of alveoli in the lungs
4) Types of exercise that would be beneficial for older persons include, : endurance
5) Well-trained athletes that remain active show no decline in maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) with increased age. : True

Created on December 05, 2012
# of questions: 8

Biology Quiz 1
Biology 329 Quiz 1
1) The scientific method include hypotheses that must be testable. : True
2) Genes, but not your environment, can affect how long you will live. : True
3) Case-control studies provide correlational data and therefore are more scientifically rigorous than clinical trials. : True
4) Life expectancy at birth in ancient Rome was approximately 25 years, which means that no people lived into their 50’s during this time. : True
5) The oldest documented human lifespan is approximately 150 years. : True

Created on December 05, 2012
# of questions: 10

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1) Life expectancy of the United States has increased over the past 20 years. : True
2) The United States is among the top 20 countries for the longest life expectancy. : False
3) Infant mortality can affect life expectancy at birth for a population. : True
4) Unitary organisms typically show biological aging. : True
5) All multi-cellular organisms show signs of biological aging. : False

Created on December 05, 2012
# of questions: 10

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