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Which of the following about prostaglandins is FALSE?
Can only constrict blood vessels
Are made in the renal medulla
Lead to pain & fever
Can only constrict blood vessels
Prostaglandins can constrict AND dialate vessels
What are the differences between
Endocrine hormones are created at a descrite site and sent to act upon another
Paracrine signalling is when the target cell is near the signal releasing cell (para = near)
Autocrine signalling is when the target cell is itself
Prostaglandins are either paracrine or autocrine signalling
What is Litmus Paper used for?
What is its color spectrum?
Used to test pH
- 0-3 Strong acid Red
- 3-6 Acid Orange/Yellow
- 7 Neutral Green
- 8-11 Base Blue
- 11-14 Strong base Purple
Litmus paper that is blue will turn / stay ________ in the presence of a strong base
Which of the following is not a function of the kidneys?
What is the the Ideal Gas Law?
What is its formula?
- The ideal gas law is the equation of state of a hypothetical ideal gas.
- It is a good approximation to the behavior of many gases under many conditions
- It has several limitations
- PV=nRT or PV=knT
What is Archimedes Principle?
The object immersed in a fluid is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object
Any floating object displaces its own weight of fluid
What is Charle's Law?
- aka "The Law of Volumes"
- Gas expands as its temperature increases
What is Boyle's Law?
aka Boyle-Mariotte Law
- A fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at a fixed temperature
- P [pressure] and V [volume] are inversely proportional
- while one doubles, the other halves
k is a constant value representative of the pressure and volume of the system
What is Anderson's Rule / Anderson's Principle?
When constructing an energy band diagram, the vacuum levels of the two semiconductors on either side of the heterojunction should be aligned (at the same energy)
In chemistry, ________ is the tendency for a substance to vaporize.
What does it mean if a liquid is the following?
- Viscous / Viscosity
- - The resistence of a liquid that is being deformed (harder or easy to pour)
- Volatile / Volatility
- - Tendency for a substance to vaporize
- Evaporative / Evaporation
- - Vaporization of a liquid that occurs only on the surface
- - NOT the same as boiling which occurs on the entire mass of the liquid
- - A nonperiodic signal of short duration
- - A decaying signal, wave, or oscillation
- - Has nothing to do with liquids
Albert Michelson is...
- First American to win a Nobel Prize in science
- Measuring speed of light
A Fundamental Wave / Frequency is...
- Abbreviated as fo
- The lowest frequency of a periodic waveform
- Lowest frequency sinusoidal in the sum.
Any frequency higher than the fundamental frequency of a sound
High frequency sound waves are known as__________
Consonance vs Dissonance Waves
- - Considered stable (at rest)
- - Combo of notes that sound pleasant when played at the same time
- - Considered unstable (or temporary, transitional)
- - Combo of notes that sound harsh or unpleasant
What is a Lewis Acid? A Lewis Base?
Usually defined within terms of a chemical reaction
- Lewis Acid is an electron pair acceptor
- Example: H+ is a Lewis Acid because it can accept a lone pair completing its stable form
- Lewis Base is an electron pair donator
- Examples: OH− & NH3
NaCL is considered a _______ bond
Forces can be indicated on graph paper by the use of ______
Which is not a primary color of light?
What do these measure?
- Newton - Force
- Coulomb - Charge
- Joule - Work
- Watt - Rate of energy conversion / transfer
A(n) ________ is a device used to measure current
A __________ is a compact type of particle accelerator in which charged particles in a static magnetic field are travelling outwards from the center along a spiral path and get accelerated by radio frequency electromagnetic fields.
Ohm's Law states that
The current through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the potential difference across the two points
A ______ is a passive two-terminal electrical component that implements electrical resistance as a circuit element.
A____________ is a passive two-terminal electrical component used to store energy in an electric field.
capacitor (originally known as condenser)
_______ is the current flow of one coulomb per second
Which is NOT considered a type of radiation ray?
Which of the following describes the should joint?
Ball & Socket Joint
Ball & Socket Joint
Rickets is associated with ______ deficiency
What is Newton's Second Law of Motion?
F = ma
- The net force applied to a body produces a proportional acceleration.
- If a body is accelerating, then there is a force on it.
What is Newton's First Law of Motion
- An object that is at rest will stay at rest unless an unbalanced force acts upon it
- An object that is in motion will not change its velocity unless an unbalanced force acts upon it.
What is Newton's Third Law of Motion?
- All forces are interactions between different bodies
- No such thing as a force that acts on only one body
- Forces of two bodies on each other are always equal and are directed in opposite directions
"To every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction"
Light Years are
The distance that light will trael within a year of time
Electromagnetic Waves are...
- Waves of radiation that are characterized by eletric and magnetic fields
- These waves are a part of a spectrum distinguished by wavelengths ranging from short to long
Put electromagetic waves in order from short to long
- radio waves
How many bones are there in the axial skeleton? The appendicular skeleton? Total?
- 80 in the Axial
- 206 in the Appendicular
- 206 Total
Put in order the visible part of a eletromagnetic wave spectrum's color bands from long to short
Remember: Roy G Biv
In the 1800s, ___________ was isolated from opium and ________ was synthesized from it. These opiates have similar shapes to __________ which are naturally produced int he body. Therefore, they are able to bind to the same receptors on the brain.
Immigration vs Emmigration
Immigration - Moving into another region
Emmigration - Moving out of one region to another
Crude Birth & Crude Death Rate
Number of births / deaths per 1,000 people
Rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, & dividing decimals
- - Set up as whole numbers (ignore decimals)
- - Count up number of decimals places in factors
- - Count from right to left total number at end
- - Multiply both divisor (# outside) & dividend (inside #) by 10 until the divisor is a whole number
- - Place decimal point directly above decimal point in dividend
- Adding / Subtracting
- - Decimals must be lined up
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