Unit 1: Identity Review

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Unit 1: Identity Review
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These cards are the Jeopardy Review Game that we played in class and can be used to review for the first unit test in Human Body Systems, Identity.
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  1. HUMAN BODY SYSTEM THAT INCLUDES THE
    HEART, VEINS AND ARTERIES TO TRANSPORT GASES NUTRIENTS AND WASTE.
    • WHAT IS THE CIRCULATORY OR
    • CARDIOVASCULAR?
  2. HUMAN BODY SYSTEM THAT INCLUDES THE
    OVARIES, TESTES, UTERUS AND PENIS TO CREATE OFFSPRING.
    WHAT IS THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM?
  3. HUMAN BODY SYSTEM THAT INCLUDES
    KIDNEYS, BLADDER AND THE URETHRA TO RID LIQUID WASTE AND FILTER BLOOD.
    WHAT IS URINARY/EXCRETORY SYSTEM?
  4. HUMAN BODY SYSTEM THAT INCLUDES THE
    GLANDS THAT SECRETE HORMONES FOR BODY SYSTEM REGULATION.
    WHAT IS ENDOCRINE?
  5. THE HUMAN BODY SYSTEM THAT INCLUDES
    THE SKIN, HAIR AND NAILS FOR OUR FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE AGAINST DISEASE.
    WHAT IS INTEGUMENTARY?
  6. MANY SIMILAR CELLS PERFORMING A
    COMMON FUNCTION.
    WHAT IS TISSUE?
  7. TYPE OF TISSUE THAT IS MADE OF
    CELLS CALLED NEURONS THAT SEND SIGNALS USED FOR CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION.
    WHAT IS NERVOUS?
  8. TISSUE THAT INCLUDES CARDIAC,
    SKELETAL AND SMOOTH USED FOR MOVEMENT AND TO GENERATE BODY HEAT.
    WHAT IS MUSCLE?
  9. TISSUE TYPE THAT INCLUDES BLOOD,
    BONE, CARTILAGE, ADIPOSE, LOOSE AND DENSE USED FOR SUPPORT AND JOINING OTHER TISSUE TYPES.
    WHAT IS CONNECTIVE?
  10. TISSUE TYPE THAT IS NAMED AFTER THE
    SHAPE OF CELLS (SQUAMOUS, CUBOIDAL AND COLUMNAR) AND IS USED FOR LINING AND
    PROTECTION.
    WHAT IS EPITHELIAL?
  11. DIRECTIONAL TERM THAT MEANS ABOVE,
    AS IN THE SKULL TO THE STERNUM (OPPOSITE INFERIOR).
    WHAT IS SUPERIOR?
  12. DIRECTIONAL TERM MEANING IN FRONT
    AS IN THE STERNUM TO THE RIBS (OPPOSITE POSTERIOR/DORSAL).
    WHAT IS ANTERIOR OR VENTRAL?
  13. DIRECTIONAL TERM THAT MEANS TO THE
    SIDE OF, AS THE RADIUS TO THE ULNA (OPPOSITE MEDIAL).
    WHAT IS LATERAL?
  14. DIRECTIONAL TERM THAT MEANS FARTHER
    AWAY FROM THE POINT OF ATTACHMENT ON APPEDICULAR BONES, AS IN THE TIBIA TO THE
    PATELLA (OPPOSITE PROXIMAL).
    WHAT IS DISTAL?
  15. DIRECTIONAL TERM MEANING ON THE
    SURFACE, AS THE SKIN TO THE MUSCLES (OPPOSITE DEEP).
    WHAT IS SUPERFICIAL?
  16. THE BEST GROUP OF BONES IN THE
    AXIAL SKELETON TO DETERMINE RACE, INCLUDES THE FRONTAL, PARIETAL, ZYGOMATIC, ETC.
    WHAT IS SKULL?
  17. THE PUBIS, ILIUM AND ISCHIUM
    COMBINE TO FORM THIS APPENDICULAR STRUCTURE USED TO DETERMINE GENDER.
    WHAT IS PELVIC GIRDLE OR PELVIS?
  18. PART OF THE AXIAL SKELETON THAT THE
    TRUE RIBS CONNECT TO ON THE ANTERIOR SIDE OF THE BODY BY COSTAL CARTILAGE
    (INCLUDES THE MANUBRIUM, BODY AND XYPOID).
    WHAT IS THE STERNUM?
  19. THE APPENDICULAR BONE THAT CONNECTS TO THE FEMUR ON THE PROXIMAL SIDE
    AND THE TIBIA ON THE DISTAL SIDE.
    WHAT IS THE PATELLA?
  20. THE APPENDICULAR BONES OF THE FOOT.
    WHAT ARE METATARSALS?
  21. THE NITROGENOUS BASE IN DNA THAT
    ALWAYS PAIRS WITH GUANINE (G) WITH 3 HYDROGEN BONDS.
    WHAT IS CYTOSINE OR C?
  22. THE BACKBONE OF DNA IS MADE OF
    DEOXYRIBOSE SUGAR AND THIS NEGATIVELY CHARGED MOLECULE.
    WHAT IS PHOSPHATE?
  23. THE SEQUENCE OF THIS COMPONENT OF
    NUCLEOTIDES (CYTOSINE, GUANINE, ADENINE AND THYMINE) DETERMINES THE GENETIC
    CODE FOR THAT INDIVIDUAL.
    WHAT IS NITROGENOUS BASE?
  24. THESE PROTEINS ARE ISOLATED FROM
    BACTERIA AND CAN BE USED TO CUT DNA INTO RFLPs AT SPECIFIC SEQUENCES CALLED
    PALINDROMES.
    • WHAT ARE RESTRICTION ENZYMES
    • (ENDONUCLEASES)?
  25. THE TECHNIQUE USED TO SEPARATE
    RFLPs BY SIZE AND CHARGE USING ELECTRICITY.
    WHAT IS GEL ELECTROPHORESIS?
  26. “LIFE MEASUREMENT”, THE POSITIVE
    IDENTIFICATION OF PEOPLE FOR SECURITY PURPOSES.
    WHAT IS BIOMETRICS?
  27. SPEAKING INTO A DEVICE TO DETERMINE
    IDENTITY.
    WHAT IS VOICE RECOGNITION?
  28. SHOWING A CARD WITH A PICTURE OF
    THE INDIVIDUAL FOR DETERMINATION OF IDENTITY.
    WHAT IS PHOTO ID?
  29. DETERMINING DISTANCE BETWEEN STEPS
    FOR PURPOSE OF MATCHING IDENTITY.
    WHAT IS GAIT MEASUREMENT?
  30. ONE OF THE MOST SECURE FORMS OF
    BIOMETRICS BY MEASURING THE MUSCLES AROUND THE PUPIL OF THE EYE.
    WHAT IS IRIS SCANNING?
  31. LIST 4 THINGS THAT GIVE HUMANS
    THEIR UNIQUE IDENTITY. WHAT MAKES HUMANS, HUMAN?
    4 TISSUE TYPES

    23 PAIRS OF CHROMOSOMES

    206 BONES AT MATURITY

    BIPEDAL

    OPPOSABLE THUMBS

    CEREBRAL CORTEX

    24 RIBS, 12 PAIRS

    4 CHAMBERED HEART

    LUNGS DEPENDENT ON PRESSURE

    LITTLE BODY HAIR

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