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Chapter 5: Measures of Variability

Question Answer What is the Measure of variability? It is a number that describes diversity or variability in the distribution. Basically it shows us how much variation and diversity there is within the answers we received. What are the five measures of variability? The index of qualitative variation, The range, The interquartile rage, The standard…

Features of the Ocean Floor

Question Answer The edge of a continent where the land interacts with the ocean. The transition from land to deep sea, from continental crust to oceanic crust that consists of the continental shelf, slope & rise. Continental Margin Contains active geological areas such as subduction, volcanoes, & earthquakes. Has a very narrow continental shelf that…

Fletcher’s 6th grade Energy Test Review

Term Definition Nuclear Fission The splitting of an atoms nucleus Nuclear Energy The energy that comes from the splitting of atoms Infrared Radiation Heat waves Kelvin Scale The temperature scale that shows absolute zero Petroleum Fossil fuel that comes from the fossilized remains of tiny marine organisms Mechanical Energy The total sum of potential and…

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Question Answer What are four main tissue types and how does structure lead to function? How does the structure of epithelial tissue lend this form of tissue to its function? why does muscle tissue have the ability to do that other tissue types do not? What are the three types of muscle tissues? How do…

National Phlebotomy Training

Question Answer Provides massage therapy Physical Therapist Dispense medications Pharmacy Analyze Blood and urine specimens Clinical Laboratory Teach daily living skills to disabled persons Occupational Therapy Perform CT scans and MRI's Radiology Provide pulmonary therapy Respitory Therapy Puncture or incision into a vein to obtain blood Phlebotomy Conduct and qualities that typify a professinal Professionalism…

Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy

Question Answer What are the two main types of energy? Potential Energy (PE) and Kinetic Energy (KE) What are the four examples of Potential Energy? Gravitational, Stored Mechanical, Chemical and Nuclear What is the energy that's stored energy? Potential Energy What energy in motion called? Kinetic Energy What type of Potential Energy is the energy…

Protozoa

Protozoa Bacteria are prokaryotic cells; fungi, protozoa, algae, plants, and animals are composed of eukaryotic cells. 7. Viruses are not cells so they are neither prokaryotic nor eukaryotic. They can replicate only inside a living cell. Are protozoa prokaryotic or Eukaryotic? Unicellular eukaryotic organisms – these organisms are unicellular and are eukaryotes. They have membrane…

Protozoa Infections Pictures

entamoeba histolytica entamoeba histolytica (intestinal ulcer) entamoeba histolytica (flask shaped ulcer) entamoeba histolytica (trophozoa with ingested RBCs) entamoeba histolytica (black hole liver abscess) entamoeba histolytica (+cytotoxic assay) entamoeba histolytica (cyst) naegleria fowleri (meningoencephalitis) naegleria fowleri (acanthamoeba) acanthamoeba (keratitis) naegleria fowleri (trophs in sterile fluid) giardia lamblia (adhesive disks) giardia lamblia (showers of cysts and trophs)…

Radiology Resident Funny Pics

Barium Enema; Double contrast (Barium and Air) Esophagram; double contrast Small Bowel Series; single contrast w/ Barium Always! IV or Oral contrast? Both IV or oral contrast? Neither IV or oral contrast? IV but no oral IV or oral contrast? IV but no oral IV or oral contrast? IV but no oral T1 or T2?…

Sedimentary Rocks 5-3

Question Answer What is the order that sedimentary rocks form. Compaction, Erosion, Cementation, Deposition. The order that sedimentary rock forms is: Erosion; Deposition; Compaction; Cementation. What is erosion? Wind or Rain wash away soil, sand or wears down rocks. What is Deposition? When wind or rain slows down the particles that wear away settle and…

Test 1 – Inquiry, Atmosphere & Water Cycle Review Questions

Question Answer What is the first step of the Scientific Method? Asking a QUESTION Katie noticed that bacteria growing on a plate did not grow next to mold that was growing on the same plate. So she wrote: “The mold may be producing a substance that kills bacteria.” This statement is best described as an…

The Water Planet Vocabulary

Term Definition Water Uses Household purposes, agriculture, industry, transportation, and recreation. Irrigation The process of supplying water to areas of land to make them suitable for growing crops. Water & Living Water is essential for living things to grow, reproduce, and carry out other important process. Photosynthesis Plants making food from using the energy in…

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