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Peripheral Nervous System
Chapter 2 Psych
1) Skeletal : reports to the brain the current state of your skeletal muscles
2) Autonomic : heart beat, digestion, arousal etc
3) Sympathetic Nervous System : arouses us for defensive action
4) Parasynthetic Nervous System : produces the oppostie effects of Parasynthetic Nervous System
5) Electroencephalogram : Measures waves of electrical activity across the brains surface

Created on September 20, 2012
# of questions: 5

Nervous System
Chapter 2 Psych
1) Glia : "Glue" support and insulation for neurons
2) Neurons : recieve, integrate, and transmit info
3) Soma : Cell Body
4) Dentrites : recieves info
5) Axon : info travels here and is sent to other neurons

Created on September 20, 2012
# of questions: 18

science
test
1) ecosytem : All the living and nonliving things in an area
2) abiotic factors : The nonliving parts of an ecosystem
3) biotic factors : The living parts of an ecosystem
4) producers : any of the plants and algae that produce oxygen and food that animals need
5) consumers : any animal that eats plants or eats other plant eating animals

Created on September 19, 2012
# of questions: 33

science Quiz
test
1) ecosytem : All the living and nonliving things in an area
2) abiotic factors : The nonliving parts of an ecosystem
3) biotic factors : The living parts of an ecosystem
4) producers : any of the plants and algae that produce oxygen and food that animals need
5) consumers : any animal that eats plants or eats other plant eating animals

Created on September 19, 2012
# of questions: 33

Early Christians
A Test for a test :)
1) What is Agape? : Agape means "love". It is a religious meal that was at first closely related to the celebration of the Eucharist and often precceded this celebration.
2) What is an Apostle? : Means "apostle". Apostellein "to send away"
3) What are the Ecumenical councils that deal with heresies? : Nicaea (325 year) Arianism and the Nicene Creed.Constantinople 1 (381 year) Divinity of the Holy Spirit.Ephesus (431) nestorianism and Mary as Mother of God.
4) Arianism : Arius. Denied Jesis' divinity, claiming he was neither God or God's equal but the "Son of God"
5) Gnosticism : Demiurge. Magic spark. More than body but spark.

Created on September 19, 2012
# of questions: 5

Medical Terminology Chapter 7 Delmar Practice Quiz
Practice Quiz
1) Tachypnea is an abnormally rapid rate of respiration usually of more the 20 breaths per minute. : True
2) Croup is a acute respiratory syndrome characterized by obstruction of the larynx, hoarsness, and a barking cough. : True
3) Pulmonary Fibrosis is the formation of scar tissue in the lung, resulting in decrease lung capacity and increased difficulty in breathing. : True
4) Which condition is the progressive loss of lung function commonly attributed to long-term smoking? : Emphysema
5) Which term means an accumulation of air or gas in the pleural space, causing the lung to collapse? : Pneumothorax

Created on September 18, 2012
# of questions: 74

Social justice

1) Does social justice only apply to adults : True
2) does santa maria collage have social justice groups : True
3) Does the saint pat's soap patrol serve hot soup : True
4) Is the 6th commandment they shall not kill : True
5) Does every one in the world have health care : True

Created on September 17, 2012
# of questions: 9

Social Justice

1) What is the 5th Commandment? : Thou shalt not kill
2) What is the 6th Commandment? : Thou shalt not commit adultery
3) Every human has a right to basic needs : True
4) The homeless are not part of the needy : True
5) Every human life is sacred : True

Created on September 17, 2012
# of questions: 7

Human Diseases
Exam 1 - Chapters 1,2,4 & 6
1) What bacteria is tightly coiled? : Treponema pallidum
2) What bacteria has a relaxed coil shape? : Borrelia
3) What shape is treponema pallidum? : Rod-shaped
4) Which rod-shaped bacillus bacteria has square ends? : bacillus anthracis
5) Which bacillus baxter has rounded ends? : Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Created on September 16, 2012
# of questions: 31

Unit One Test Review
Texas History Unit One Review For a Special Student :)
1) What are the four natural regions of Texas? : Mountain Basins, Coastal Plains, Panhandle, Central Plains
2) Why is the Coastal Plains a good place to farm? : Since it is by the coast, the plants get more water than in any other region
3) What is the highest point in the Mountains and Basins? : True
4) The Edwards Plateau is made of compacted stone, giving it many layers unlike other Plateaus : True
5) Two Physical Characteristics of the Great Plains : The Great Plains has two big plateaus

Created on September 13, 2012
# of questions: 7

CST 107 Quiz
Chapter 1
1) bits are organized into ____ : tanks
2) byte = __ : 8 bits
3) digital data have __ precision : infinite
4) Discrete forms of information (e.g., numbers, text) are encoded by __ : numbering schemes
5) Analog forms of information are digitized in __ steps : 2

Created on September 13, 2012
# of questions: 37

A to Z Quiz 2
VCT3080
1) A signal that represents sound or vision by electronic analogy, variations in voltage producing corresponding variations in luminance, or vise versa. example would be a photographic negative of a subject. : Analogue
2) Signals are continuously variable range of values used to define sound, color, tone or even time. For all intents and purposes, a silver based photographic image can contain an infinite range of tones and colors. The signal produced by CCD or CMOS sensor is a signal that must be digitalized before the computer can recognize it. : Analogue to digital conversion
3) To read the data, a laser beam is focussed onto the aluminum layer through the bottom surface of the disc. As light is reflected off the surface, variations in reflected light are interrupted as zeros and ones binary data, which is fed to the computer or microprocessor. A standard CD can hold up to 650 MB of data. : CCD
4) An alternative image sensor to CCD, which can contain more processing functions in its architecture. It converts the signal to a digital value within each pixel in a single step. It requires less power and is cheaper to manufacture. : CMOS
5) Convert into digital form. It is divided into the processes of sampling the analogue signal at a moment in time, quantizing the sample (allocating it a numerical value) and coding the number in binary form. A digital image is made up of a grid of points. There is no continuous variation of color or brightness. Each point on the grid has a specific value. These images are recorded as data not as a signal. : Digitize

Created on September 12, 2012
# of questions: 15

a history of the atom Quiz

1) What did Aristotle say that everything is made of? : earth,air,fire,water
2) What can you tell me about Democritus? : Greek philosopher, Idea of the atom, Different of atoms have different sizes and shapes
3) What are the Alchemists? : Rearrange the basic elements, Wanted to turn in gold
4) How many elements are there? What does the element indent on so you know what type of element it is? : 92
5) what can you tell me about john Dalton? : first true atomic theory,all matter is composed of atoms, Atoms combine simple whole number ratios to form compounds

Created on September 10, 2012
# of questions: 7

hks
true or false

Created on September 06, 2012
# of questions: 0

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