AP1 QUIZ 1 REVIEW

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  1. WHAT ARE SIX LEVELS OF STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION IN THE HUMAN BODY
    (CHOOSE CAREFULLY TANGO OR SALSA ONLY)
    • 1  CHEMICAL (ATOMS TO MOLECUES)
    • 2  CELLULAR (MOLECULES ARE ORGANIZED INTO CELLS)
    • 3  TISSUE GROUPS OF SIMILAR CELLS WORK TOGETHER)
    • 4  ORGAN (TWO OR MORE TISSUES BECOME AN ORGAN)
    • 5  SYSTEM (RELATED ORGANS WITH COMMON FUNCTIONS)
    • 6  ORGANISM (ALL OF THE CELLS, TISSUES, AND ORGAN SYSTEMS BECOME A HUMAN BEING)
  2. BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE SIX BASIC PROCESSES THAT DISTINGUISH LIVING FROM NON-LIVING MATTER. (MY ROOSTER MAKES GIRLS DEMAND REPRODUCTION)

    METABOLISM -
    ALL OF THE CHEMICAL PROCESSES OF LIFE
  3. BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE SIX BASIC PROCESSES THAT DISTINGUISH LIVING FROM NON-LIVING MATTER.

    RESPONSIVENESS
    - LIVING SYSTEMS DETECT AND RESPOND TO CHANGES IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT
  4. BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE SIX BASIC PROCESSES THAT DISTINGUISH LIVING FROM NON-LIVING MATTER.

    MOVEMENT
    -CELLS, ORGANS, AND/OR BODIES MOVE
  5. BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE SIX BASIC PROCESSES THAT DISTINGUISH LIVING FROM NON-LIVING MATTER.

    GROWTH
    - CELLS, ORGANS, AND BODIES ALL GROW
  6. BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE SIX BASIC PROCESSES THAT DISTINGUISH LIVING FROM NON-LIVING MATTER.

    DIFFERENTIATION
    - THE PROCESS OF CELLULAR SPECIALIZATION
  7. BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE SIX BASIC PROCESSES THAT DISTINGUISH LIVING FROM NON-LIVING MATTER.

    REPRODUCTION
    - BOTH CELLS AND ORGANISMS MAKE COPIES OF THEMSELVES
  8. COMPONENTS OF VENTRAL AND DORSAL BODY CAVITIES.  NAME AN ORGAN WITHIN EACH BODY CAVITY.  HINT:  THE DORSAL BODY CAVITIES ARE CRANIAL AND SPINAL.
    • DORSAL:  BRAIN AND SPINAL
    • VENTRAL:  HEART, LUNGS, ALL FRONT
  9. SUPERIOR
    ABOVE
  10. INFERIOR
    BELOW
  11. ANTERIOR (VENTRAL)
    CLOSER TO FRONT OF BODY
  12. POSTERIOR (DORSAL)
    CLOSER TO BACK OF BODY
  13. MEDIAL
    CLOSER TO MIDLINE OF BODY
  14. LATERAL
    FARTHER FROM MIDLINE OF BODY
  15. INTERMEDIATE
    BETWEEN TWO STRUCTURES
  16. LPSILATERAL
    ON THE SAME SIDE OF BODY
  17. CONTRALATERAL
    ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE BODY
  18. PROXIMAL
    NEAR TO POINT OF ATTACHMENT OF LIMB TO TRUNK
  19. DISTAL
    FARTHER FROM POINT OF ATTACHMENT OF LIMB TO TRUNK
  20. SUPERFICIAL
    CLOSER TO SURFACE OF BODY
  21. TRANSVERSE PLANE
    PASSES HORIZONTALLY THROUGH THE BODY PRODUCING SUPERIOR AND INFERIOR SECTIONS
  22. SAGGITTAL PLANES
    PASS VERTICALLY THROUGH THE BODY DIVIDING INTO LEFT AND RIGHT SECTIONS
  23. FRONTAL OR CORONAL PLANE
    PASSES VERTICALLY THROUGH THE BODY PRODUCING ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR SECTIONS
  24. SEROUS MEMBRANES ARE DOUBLE LAYERED

    PLEURA
    LUNG
  25. SEROUS MEMBRANES ARE DOUBLE LAYERED

    PERICARDIUM
    HEART
  26. SEROUS MEMBRANES ARE DOUBLE LAYERED

    PERITONEIUM
    ADOMEN
  27. ASPECTS AND COMPONENTS OF NEGATIVE FEEDBACK SYSTEMS AND AN EXAMPLE IN THE BODY (THINK BLOOD PRESSURE OF BLOOD SUGAR REGULATION).  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE FEEDBACK SYSTEMS
    NEGATIVE FEEDBACK - REVERSAL - SWEAT WHEN HOT TO COOL BODY

    POSITIVE - CONTINUE - LABOR - PROMOTE
  28. KNOW THE PARTS OF AN ATOM (3 PARTS, WHAT ARE THE CHARGES?).
    • PROTON - POSITIVE
    • NEUTRON - NEUTRAL
    • ELECTRON - NEGATIVE
  29. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CATION AND ANION
    • CATION - POSITIVE - LOST ELECTRON
    • ANION - NEGATIVE GAINED ELECTRON
  30. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NEUTRAL ATOM AND ION?
    NEUTRAL ATOM - SAME NUMBER OF PROTONS AND ELECTRONS

    IONS ARE ATOMS THAT GAINED OR LOST ELECTRONS
  31. FOUR MOST ABUNDANT ELEMENTS
    CHON

    • CARBON
    • HYDROGEN
    • OXYGEN
    • NITROGEN
  32. BONDING. COVALENT VS IONIC VS HYDROGEN
    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE THREE?  STONGEST BOND OF THE THREE?
    • IONIC - WEAK - OPPOSITE CHARGES
    • COVALENT - STRONGEST BECAUSE OF SHARED ELECTRONS
    • HYDROGEN - WEAKA PARTIAL POSITIVE CHARGE ON A H ATOM IN ONE MOLECULE IS ATTRACTED BY A PARTIAL NEGATIVE CHARGE IN A SECOND MOLECULE
  33. ACID/BASE. [H+] VS. [OH-]?  PH SCALE RANGE AND WHAT NUMBERS MEAN IN TERMS OF STRENGTH OF ACID OR BASE?
    • O - ACID
    • 14 - BASE
    • 7 - NEUTRAL
  34. DEFINITION OF ORGANIC VS INORGANIC MOLECULE AND EXAMPLES OF EACH
    ORGANIC ALWAYS HAS CARBON - PLANT

    INORGANIC HELD TOGETHER BY IONIC OR COVALENT BONDS MOST DO NOT CONTAIN CARBON - WATER

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