Question Answer mammals: marking and defending their territory. Territoriality fertilization occurs immediately after population, arrested after 1st week or 2nd. Embryonic diapause know bone parts. Skeleton helps regulate heat loss from exposed areas. Countercurrent heat exchange can store sperm for up to 2 months. Delayed fertilization 1-7 = cervical 1-12 = thoracic 1-5 = lumbar sacrum – coccyx Vertebral regions […]

chapter 4

Question Answer the study of space astronomy people who study space astronomers something that has almost no air at all vacuum the force that slows down objects friction a place that has many stars and planets galaxy the galaxy that we live in Milky Way a bunch of stars in one area Local Group a type of galaxy that is […]


Question Answer Pulonary circulation blood flows to the lungs and back to the heart. Systemic circulation blood flows to the rest of the body and back to the heart. Coronary circulation the vessels that provide the heart muscel blood to work. Componets of the blood plasma, 90% water,straw colored fluid, salty taste. Red blood cells called erythrocytes, produced in the […]

Pharm final study guide

Question Answer Cretinism a condition of severely stunted physical and mental growth due to untreated congenital deficiency of thyroid hormones. Myxedema form of cutaneous and dermal edema secondary to increased deposition of connective tissue components in subcutaneous tissue as seen in various forms of hypothyroidism and Graves disease. It is more common in women. Goiter Thyroid gland enlargement. An enlarged […]

Interpreting the Fossil Record

Question Answer evolution gradual change;the belief that the universe and all that is in it originated by chance through natural processes over billions of years cosmic evolution chance origin of the universe as whole biological evolution/organic evolution gradual development of life on Earth,generally from simple organisms to complex ones special creation God's work of calling the universe and all that […]

Chapter 3

Question Answer The physical struture in a cell that contains the cell's genetic material. chromosome The genetic material found in all living cells that contains the information needed for an organism to grow, maintain its self and reproduce Deoxyribonucleic acid. and it looks like a twisted ladder DNA one of two identical chromosomal strands into which a chromosome splits chromatids […]

Is Heat added or lost

Question Answer When changing a liquid to a solid is heat added or lost? Heat is lost. When changing a solid to a liquid is heat added or lost? Heat is added. When changing a gas to a liquid is heat added or lost? Heat is lost. When changing a liquid to a gas is heat added or lost? Heat […]


Question Answer pro phase first stage of cell division,chromosomes thicken nuclear membrain disapears dna the genetic material determining the makeup of all living cells cromosome the physical structure in a cell that conatins genetic matreial


Question Answer the elements most found in living organisms carbon,nitrogen,hydrogen,oxygen the most plentiful by weight elements in the body are oxygen,carbon,hydrogen,nitrogen the element that make up over half the of the body is oxygen photosynthesis is the process that uses light to make food the reactants of photosynthesis are carbon,water,and sunlight the products of photosynthesis are glucose and oxygen respiration […]