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What are the properties of a solid?
What are the properties of a liquid?
What are the properties of a gas?
What does it mean when a gas changes into a liquid?
Which of the following is NOT a benefit of being a vassal?
On October 14, 1066 the Battle of Hastings took place in England and resulted in
Which statement best describes the role of the church in spreading Christianity?
In 1095 the ______________ called on ___________to take over Muslim controlled Jerusalem.
Which statement best describes why knights chose to fight in the first Crusades?
Which group became more interested in trade after the Crusades?
Who controlled the Holy Land when the Crusades ended?
What was the impact of the Crusades on cultural diffusion?
How did Catholics add to intellectual life in Europe?
Which statement best explains why Latin was important to the Catholics in Europe?
The study of religion is called
The stability and predictability of the law is essential to business activities.
A state law that conflicts with the U.S. Constitution will be deemed unconstitutional.
A judge's function is to make the law.
In a suit against Corbin, Donatella obtains damages. This is
A state supreme court held that a minor could cancel a contract for the sale of a car. Now a court in the same state is deciding a case with similar facts. Under the doctrine of stare decsis, the trial court is likely to
A court cannot exercise jurisdiction over an out-of-state defendant who have only done business in the state over the internet.
Venue is the term for the subject matter of a case
The United States Supreme Court has original jurisdiction in rare instances.
Ginger wants to file a suit against Fred. For a court to hear the case:
3D HD TV company, a firm in Minnesota, advertises on the web. A court in North Dakota would be most likely to exercise jurisdiction over 3D HD if the firm
An answer can admit to the allegation made in a complaint
Yo _____ las formas de los verbos
Nosotros ______ la película nueva.
Mi hermanito _____ la tarea.
¿____ tú la computadora hoy?
Los niños _____ los sacos de dormir en la tienda.
Vosotros _____ las cantiploras.
Ella me _____ la guía para la región.
Nuestros amigos _____ al concierto con nosotros.
Yo _____ mi coche nuevo al centro comercial.
_____ una fiesta en mi casa.
Yo _____ una estudiante excelente.
Nosotros _____ ir de vacaciones al extranjero.
Juan nos _____ del viaje a México
¿_____ tú en casa ayer?
¿No ______ ustedes venir a clase
Yo ____ el trabajo de la clase de ciencias.
Los chicos nos _____ la estufa.
Vosotros _____ al almacén.
Nosotros ______ una caminata en el bosque.
Luisa _____ planes para el fina de semana.
At every stage of trial, either party can file a motion to dismiss the case
A trial commences with the plaintiff's attorney's direct examination of the first witness.
Opal files a complaint suit against Phil, and he files an answer, the case may now be.
The state government retain all powers not specifically delegated to the federal government.
The checks and balances in the U.S. Constitution prevent any one branch of government from exercising too much power
The first amendment does not protect commercial speech an extensively as noncommercial speech.
The state of New York regulated private activities to protect or promote the public, order, health, safety, and general welfare under its
Reusable Energy Corporation regularly expresses opinions on political issues. Under the first amendment, corporate political speech is
Business ethics focuses on ethical behavior in the business world.
An action may be legal and ethical.
The legality of an action is always clear.
Ethical codes of conduct can set the ethical tone of a firm.
Lyle, vice president of sales for MI-T Electric, Inc.,adheres to judeo-christian religious standards. With respect to their application, these standards are.
Tortfeasor is the term for a person who commits a tort.
To commit an intentional tort, one person must intend to harm a certain other person.
Conversion cannot occur when a person mistakenly believes that he or she is entitled to the goods.
Deleon trespassed on Capital Corporation's property. Through the use of reasonable force, Capital's security guard Brenda detains Deleon until the police arrive. Capital is most likely liable for
A business owner has a duty to use reasonable care to protect its customers against foreseeable risks about which the owner should have known.
A defense available in an action based on a negligence theory is that the plaintiff failed to prove one or more of the required elements.
One characteristic of an abnormally dangerous activity that involves a low degree of risk.
Nick sees Opal, a stranger, in peril but does not attempt to rescue her. Opal could successfully sue Nick for
John sees that Kris is about to step into the path of an oncoming bus. If John does not warn Kris of the danger, John is liable
Which of the following is earned income?
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His health is_________ ; you should take him to the doctor before it's too late.
I've had enough of waiting! Maria shouted, unable to_________ her anger any longer.
Ashwin always checks his work_________ before handing it in. Hence, he rarely loses marks for carlessness.
We must all __________ whatever opportunity that comes our way
The recently ___________ Lieutenant Ang will always be remembered for his service to his country. He leaves behind his wife and two young children.
By morning, (scores) of them are killed.
...attempt to destroy these prairie dogs have left them with an (insignificant) presence.
Ranchers consider them annoying pests as they (incessantly) eat the grass meant for their cows.
When the dogs' grass clippings decompose, they increase the protein (content) of the surrounding grass
The prairie dogs must be protected from being wiped out.
Major distribution of vertebrate families can be explained by all of the following EXCEPT:
Which of the following continents is included in the Neotropical faunal realm?
The Himalaya Mountains were created by the joining of which two faunal realms?
Which of the following is defined as the area around which an organism moves as it gathers food?
Which of the following is NOT an example of passive advertisement?
Which of the following is most likely a cosmopolitan species?
Which of the following is NOT a physical barrier to dispersal?
Which of the following is an example of dispersal?
Which of the following navigational methods is used by bees?
Which of the following is NOT true about home ranges?
___________ is the part of the cell that supplies the energy for the cell by breaking down food, which releases energy for the cell to use.
The gel-like fluid inside of a cell that holds the other parts of a cell in place and keeps the cell functioning is the__________.
A __________ is the smallest unit of living material. It has major structures within it that cause it to live.
Organisms that contain a single cell, such as bacteria and some other microscopic organisms are called __________.
The part of the cell that acts as a storage center for food, water and waste is called the _________.
The __________ is the protective outside covering of a cell which controls what comes in and out of a cell.
Organisms that contain many cells such as humans, frogs, trees and many others are called __________.
The ___________ is the part of the cell that controls all of the cell's activities.
A ___________________ is an example of a unicellular organism.
A __________ is an example of a multicellular organism.
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Because of the mountainous terrain, Greek areas
Dynasty's end becuase
People believed that the gods
A legend
A scale
Which of the following was NOT a Roman achievement?
Democritus called tiny bits of matter
Which of the following did Aristotle NOT say was a matter category
Dalton's theory agreed with modern atomic theory, EXCEPT
The isotope with 1 proton and 2 neutrons is called
Oxygen has _____ protons
This scientist came up with the plum pudding model of the atom
The plum pudding model suggested the atom was a solid mass of ________ matter, with bits of _________________particles mixed in here and there.
To calculate neutrons, you need to
Rutherford discovered the
Mendeleev devoloped
Which law states that mass cannot be created or destroyed?
This law states that compunds exist in the same proportion by mass, regardless of size or source.
This law states that different compounds of the same two elements always combine in ratios of small whole numbers.
Rutherford discovered the nucleus by shooting positive __________ particles through thin ______ foil.
A limit placed on the number of imports that may enter a country
A government order stopping trade with another country to put pressure on the government of that country
A tax on imports
The division of labor; work is divided into parts for workers, factories, or countries to become experts at producing certain goods
One who risks his or her own money, time, ideas, and energy to start and run a business
Factories, machines, technologies, buildings, and property needed for a business to operate
Workers of a business or country including their education, training, skills, and health
The total value of all the goods and services produced in a country in one year
Money used in a particular country to buy goods and services
Materials or substances such as minerals, forests, water, and fertile land that occur in nature and can be used for economic gain
Taylor and Isaiah were outside one sunny afternoon. When they sat down on the concrete they noticed it was hot. They decided to go back to the court after dinner when it was dark. What did they most likely notice?
How are the sun's light energy and heat energy related?
Mrs. West's class conducted an experiment to see what would happen if they place a black piece of paper in the sun and a black piece of paper in the shade. They used a thermometer to compare. What did the studets most likely observe?
During summer school Mr. Purkey's class has P.E at 8:00 am, Mrs. Falter's class have P.E at 10:00 am, and Mrs. Carter's class has PE at 12:00 pm. What can you infer about the temperature during the P.E classes?
Your sense of sight can help you see which type of energy from the sun?
Loooking directly at the sun could...
What is true about the sun?
Which of the following is an example of using the sun's energy?
Earth depends on the sun in what way?
The sun is the largest star in the universe
a building
living room
kitchen
dining room
bedroom
bathroom
attic
restroom
garden/yard
a couch
an armchair
a shelf
a mixer
a stove
a freezer
an oven
a kitchen sink
bathroom sink
a cupboard
a hallway
The smallest part of an element that has all of the properties of that element is called
A substance made of a combination of two or more elements held together by chemical bonds that cannot be separated by physical means is called
A negatively charged particle moving around the nucleus of an atom
The basic building block of matter which cannot be separated by chemical means is called
A particle with no electrical charge in the nucleus of an atom is called
A positively charged particle in the nucleus of an atom is called
Which is a physical property of a metal?
What is the formula for density?
If the mass of an object is 15 and the volume is 3, what is its density?
How many elements are the the formula NaCl?
Does the density change if I have different amounts of silver?
How do buoyancy and density relate to each other?
How do salt particles arrange themselves and what do they form?
How are elements in the periodic table arranged?
This domain contains the most primitive single celled organisms found on earth.
Domain that contains unicellular prokaryotes with cell walls made of peptidoglycan
Domain that contains all living things that have cells with a nucleus.
The kingdom that contains either unicellular or multicellular organisms that may have chloroplasts for photosynthesis or may be heterotrophs
The kingdom that contains multicellular heterotrophic organisms with a nucleus.
The kingdom that contains unicellular or multicellular autotrophic organisms that are surrounded by cell walls containing cellulose
Kingdom that contains mostly multicellular eukaryotic organisms that are surrounded by cell walls made of chitin.
The only kingdom in the domain Archae
Dogs, pigs, horses and sponges would all
The organism that causes athlete's foot, mushrooms and yeast would all
Please talk to Charlotte and __________ about your problems at school.
The black jacket is hers, but the blue jacket is ________________.
_____________ name is Robert, and her name is Rachel.
_______________ house is the third one on the right.
Do you want his homework, or do you want ______________?
They have a beautiful new car. The car is __________________.
The strong wind bent the tree to the ground during the storm, and broke three of ____________ branches.
You have a pet fish, and I have a pet hamster. The fish is ____________, and the hamster is mine.
May I please have a slice of _____________ cake?
The treehouse belongs to them. It is _______________ treehouse.
Let's go on over to ________________ house for lunch!
You have orange socks, she has green socks, and he has black socks. The green socks belong to_________________.
He gave me five pieces of gum, so the gum is ______________________.
Do you want to go with him or with ____________?
The boat belongs to the Jones family. The boat is _____________________.
I am made of sentences and paragraphs. I am...
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Which of the following is not one of the eight most common elements in Earth's continental crust?
The most abundant element in Earth's continental crust (by weight) is
The central region of an atom is called the
What are the builiding blocks of minerals?
If the atomic number of an element is 6 and its mass number is 14, how many nuetrons are contained in the ucleus?
When two or more elements bond together in definite proportions, they form a
The main types of chemical bonds we studied are
What type of chemical bond forms between positive and negative ions?
Compounds with high melting points have
Which of the following is not a characteristic of minerals?
What is the naturally occurring, inorganic solid with an orderly crystalline structure and a definet chemical composition?
The process of mineral formation from magma is called
Minerals are classified by
The building block of silicate minerals is called the
Minerals with the silicone oxygen structure are classified into what group?
All minerals in the sulfate and sulfide groups contain what element?
The most common mineral group in Earth's crust is the
To which mineral group does orthoclase feldspare (KAlSi3O8) belong?
Which of the following properties is generally the least useful in identifying minerals?
The color of a mineral changes due to
The appearance of quality of light reflected from the surface of a mineral is called
Mohs scale is used to determine what property of minerals
What is the hardness of an unknown mineral that scratches glass, but will not scratch quartz?
The tendency of minerals to break along smooth falt surfaces is called
What is the uneven breakage of a mineral called?
What determines whether a mineral will show cleavage or break in an irregular fractures?
What is the density of a mineral with a mass of 41.2 g and a volume of 8.2 cm3?
How could you determine if a sample of gold is pure>
What property can be used to distinguish talc and gypsum?
What determines the properties of minerals?
Two or more elements joined togethere is specific proportions is called
Minerals are classified into groups based on
Silicone and Oxygen combine to form what group of minerals?
When minerals form slowly without space restrictions, they will develop
Which mineral is strongly magnetic
What are the two most comon elements in the Earth's continental crust?
How is an isotope different from the common form of the element?
Which is NOT one of the 4 major processes that form minerals?
What structures does a silicon oxygen tetrahedron NOT combine to form?
Calcite has a density of 3 g/cm3 and a volume of 1 cm3. What is the mass?
Which is an example of a mollusk?
Which are examples of monerans?
Where would nonvascular plants most likely be found?
Snails have shells and squids do not, but they are both examples of
Plants are classified into two groups. Plants that have tubes in their roots, leaves, and stems are called:
_______ are animals with moist skin and no scales.
Living things with no nucleus are:
A kingdom is the largest group in which to classify living things. What is the smallest group?
Living things that have one cell with a nucleus are _____________
In what living things are sharp senses and large brains usually found?
____________guaranteed colonists the rights of Englishmen.
The ___________ was the model for the U.S. Bill of Rights.
The ______________guranteed the colonists a plan for self rule.
The ___________stated that there would be no established state religion.
The ___________ guaranteed unalienable rights.
The ___________________ stated that the king could not suspend Parliament's laws.
The unalienable rights are _______________.
The _____________ stated grievances against the king.
The ___________stated that all men are created equal.
The Mayflower Compact was signed by _______________.
When considering the structure of DNA, identify the correctly paired bases.
When considering the structure of DNA, what forms the backbone of the molecule?
Which element is important for water balance, muscle contraction, and nerve impulse conduction
Which of the following are true of phospholipids?
With regards to lipids, which item is true?
The most abundent protein in the human body is:
The liver stores carbohydrates in the form of
Identify the false statement
All but one of the following statements are true. Identify the false statement.
Which of the following statments about pH is incorrect?
Which of the following are true?
Which is false regarding ATP?
The four elements that comprise roughly 96% of the human body are:
Which fat-soluable vitamin is produced when the skin is exposed to sunlight and is essential for normal bone growth?
What am I? I am a heterogenous mixture that often appears translucent. My particles are large but they do not settle out although they do scatter light. An example of me is Jell-O.
Which element is present in bone and is also an important cofactor in a number of metabolic reactions?
Which element is a component of hemoglobin?
The mass number of an atom is:
Which of the following is/are true of isotopes
C6H12O6 is:
The branch of biology dealing with interactions among organisms and between organisms and their environment is called
The combined portions of Earth in which all living things exist is called the
All of the members of a particular species that live in one area are called a (an)
The simplest grouping of more than one kind of organism in the biosphere is
The algae at the beginning of the food chain is a(n)
An organism that uses energy to produce its own food supply from inorganic compounds is called a (an)
The total amount of living tissue within a given trophic level is called the
What is an ecological model of the relationships that form a network of complex interactions among organisms in a community from producers to decomposers?
What animals eat both producers and consumers?
A snake that eats a frog that has eaten an insect that fed on a plant is a
Only 10 percent of the energy stored in an organism can be passed on to the next trophic level. Of the remaining energy, some is used for the organism’s life processes, and the rest is
The average year-after-year conditions of temperature and precipitation in a particular region are referred to as the region’s
All of the following factors contribute to Earth’s climate EXCEPT
Temperatures on Earth remain within a suitable range for life as we know it because of the
Each of the following is an abiotic factor in the environment EXCEPT
Which is a biotic factor that affects the size of a population in a specific ecosystem?
An organism’s niche is
An interaction in which one organism captures and feeds on another organism is called
Different species can share the same habitat, but competition among them is reduced if they
A symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit is
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How should broiled or grilled fruits be cooked?
The broiler int he culinary kitchen had a UL tag on it. What does the tag indicate about the type of broiler?
In the classic kitchen brigade, what is the responsibility of the grillardin?
Grilled beef steaks must reach what internal temperature for 15 seconds?
If the chef placed the chicken breast in the salamander, what cooking technique is being used?
Broiled or grilled bulb vegetables have what flavor?
If bread is made on monday and will be used thursday, how should it be stored?
Which yeast bread is made in a muffin pan?
What problem causes yeast bread to consistently yield a product that had too much volume?
If the texture or consistency of yeast bread is moist, fine, with even grain, the bread is?
What is the BEST procedure to follow after baking soft white bread?
Bread may be stored in the refrigerator during warm weather to:
If a yeast bread recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of baking powder, what ingredients could be substituted?
If the cook is preparing a yeast bread in a bread machine, then the liquid ingredients should be:
During the yeast bread process, when does oven spring occur?
What is the correct temperature for liquid when the using the one-rise method of mixing?
How are the shortening, sugar, salt, and flavorings usually mixed for sweet dough?
For meat to brown before the inside finishes cooking during pan frying, what is done to the meat before cooking begins?
For competition, what side of the veal cutlet is browned first?
What type of eggs are best for pan frying?
The chef is pan frying a chicken breast, how many times will the chef turn the breast before it is done?
What two tools are used to turn pan fried chicken?
What two fruit-vegetables are sometimes pan fried?
Pan fried chicken is placed on a buffet at 1:00 p.m. What time must the chicken be removed and discarded from the service line?
The best cookware for preparing pan fried chicken is a:
When an order is placed for pan fried chicken breast, what pan should the chef use?
What popular seed vegetable is often grilled?
What tools are used to turn a sausage pat tie on a grill?
What is done to a grill FIRST before using it?
What nutrient is preserved more with grilling and roasting meats, poultry, fish, and shellfish than when the same are stewed and braised?
To assure doneness of a grilled stuffed chicken breast, for 15 seconds the internal temperate must reach a minimal temperature of:
What are the heat sources for grills?
What is the MOST reliable method to determine the doneness of grilled meat?
What is a correct description of an overcooked grilled or broiled fruit?
Which tender cut of meat should be selected to broil?
Other than electricity, what other source is used to operate a broiler?
When grilling a turkey burger, what minimum internal temperature must the product reach for 15 seconds?
What causes a flavorful liquid to be produce during brazing?
Brazing is a combination cooking technique that starts with dry-heat cooking method and ends with what other cooking method?
To braise meat, what is done before browning, especially if it is marinated?
What cooking technique had two-thirds of the food covered in the liquid after it begins to simmer?
What does dredging meat in flour before cooking do to the braised meat?
When braising meat, why should the braising pot be covered?
What is the result of marinating meat to be braised?
When is meat browned to braising?
To prevent scorching, where should the final stage of braising occur?
For pan frying, marinated chicken should be patted dry to enhance what?
When pan frying green tomatoes for a green tomato sandwich, what is the let step prior to placing tomatoes in the fat?
To pan fry beef, what minimum internal temperature must the product reach?
To pan fry chicken, how hot does the fat in the pan need to be when the chickens first added?
What is a sunny-side-up egg?
What types of fats are usually used in pan frying?
What are the two methods for pan-frying potatoes?
In pan frying, what is the temperature of the sizzling fat?
If a customer orders a pan fried egg with visible yolk, what older would the waitress place?
Pan frying at too low a temperature can result in what taste?
What are two reasons to use very fresh eggs for pan frying?
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The team had it's banquet on Monday.
They're record was better then any other team's.
Over the last 20 years they beaten every other team at least 10 times.
SInce 1997, fans have come from every state in America to see them play.
No team will be able to be re-creating their record.
Football is Americas game, baseball is a close second.
Soccer is by far the worlds most popular sport.
At the NCAA level, there are 35 sporting events for students to choose from.
The olympic games started in ancient greece.
While over 2 million student athletes compete at the college level less that 10 thousand will become pros.
Team sports are great at relieving stress, and improving social relationships.
Some activity's like hunting and fishing might not be considered sports.
Activities like billiards and poker are considered games rather than sports.
Swimming laps in a pool is among the best ways to improve ones health.
Individual sports like: running swimming and biking often prove to be life-long activities.
Because they involve limited human exertion motor sports are not in the olympics.
Everyone should participate in some sport; the benefits to one's health are amazing.
When you are reading a map, what two things should you do first?
A dynasty is
Latitude is measured using what cardinal directions?
Longitude is measured using what cardinal directions?
Democracy is
Oligarchy is
Tyranny is
Irrigation systems developed in Mesopotamia did what?
Architecture is:
Cuneiform is
Which word does not belong?
Which word does not fit?
Emperors were leaders of what type of government?
What do you need to look for in order to settle somewhere?
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The symbiotic relationship between a flower and the insect that feeds on its nectar is an example of
What is one difference between primary and secondary succession?
Which biome is characterized by very low temperatures, little precipitation, and permafrost?
Which of the following is NOT one of the factors that play a role in population growth rate?
There are 150 Saguaro cactus plants per square kilometer in a certain area of Arizona desert. To which population characteristic does this information refer?
The movement of organisms into a given area from another area is called
Which are two ways a population can decrease in size?
The various growth phases through which most populations go are represented on a (an)
A biotic or an abiotic resource in the environment that causes population size to decrease is a
If a population grows larger than the carrying capacity of the environment, the
Zebra mussels, an aquatic pest, came to the United States on ships from Europe during the 1980’s. They reproduce and grow so quickly that they cause major ecological changes and are driving several native species close to extinction. Zebra mussel
Why are fossil fuels nonrenewable?
Using renewable resources while ensuring that they are not depleted is a practice called
The number of different species in the biosphere is called
Biodiversity is important to human society because it
An endangered species is
All of the following are threats to biodiversity EXCEPT
The goals of conservation biology include all of the following EXCEPT
A disease resulting in the deaths of one third of a dense population of bats in a cave
Whose the best?
Equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions.
Forces that produce a nonzero net force, which changes an objects motion.
The tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion.
The state in which one objects distance is changing from another.
The force that pulls objects towards each other.
The force that one surface exerts on another when the two surfaces rub against each other.
The amount of matter in an object.
The rate at which velocity changes.
Speed in a given direction.
A push or a pull exerted on an object.
Defines the concept of force and descrbes motion.
A body at rest tends to stay at rest, while a body in motion tends to stay in motion and travel in a straight line unless acted on by an outside force.
The force of an object is equal to its mass times its acceleration.
For every action their is an equal and opposite reaction.
The distance an object travels per unit of time.
A unit of measure that equals the force required to accelerate 1 kilogram of mass 1 meter per second per second.
The distance and direction between starting and ending points.
The Law of Inertia
The Law of Action
Law of Reaction
Which of the following is NOT a chemical change?
Which phrase best describes an apple?
Which element is paired with the wrong symbol?
Which of these properties could NOT be used to distinguish between table salt and table sugar?
The state of matter characterized by a definite volume and an indefinite shape is a
Which description correctly identifies the following material: air?
Which description correctly identifies the following material: carbon monoxide?
Which description correctly identifies the following material: zinc?
Which description correctly identifies the following material: mushroom pizza?
Use the atomic windows(image) to answer the question: The species in window A react. Use the Law of Conservation of Mass to determine which window best represents the reaction products.
Select the intensive physical property from the list below.
Select the extensive physical property from the list below.
Given the material, 3 Jb2Sm, how would it be classified?
How many molecules are present in this material: 2 Sm2 + 3 R2Sm
Which of the following can be separated by physical means?
Filtration separates components of a mixture by this property:
A beaker of some material contains three phases. The material is (a)
Matter that is uniform throughout in definite proportions would be classified as a(n)
Elements and compounds are classified as
You are evaluating a cooling curve of time vs temperature for ethanol. You notice that the temperature is stationary for several minutes at both -17 C and 78 C. Account for this anomaly.
All forms of energy can be traced back to________
Biologist are people who study_______
To make food plants need________and _______.
The process by which cells of green plants make energy is called________
During photosynthesis a gas that escapes into the air is______
If you were to put a carboard box over a tomato plant, it would stop carrying on photosythesis. This is mostly because you have cut off it's______
To release energy, the cells of human beings slowly combine glucose and______
tube in a plant that carries water upward
Tube in a plant that carries food downward
tiny openings on the underside of a leaf
This usually runs from September to June
An advanced college degree earned after a bachelor degree
A degree granted by a college after students complete 4 years
Classes that all students must take regardless of major
An academic title recieved after successfully completeing a program of study
An optional class
Programs that help students pay for college
Scholastic Aptitude Test
The official record of a students educational process
The teachers, professors and instructors who teach at a school
What are the 2 largest rivers in Missouri?
What is the highest mountain in Missouri?
What are 3 powerful sources that shaped our land?
What is Missouri's state Fossil?
The definition of conservation is
The definition of humus
Another name for oil is
A renewable resource means
Solar energy comes from
Which of these natural resources is NOT a living thing?
The government can't make you pay more than is reasonable in bail or in fines, and the government can't order you to have cruel or unusual punishments (like torture) even if you are convicted of a crime.
If you're arrested, you have a right to have your trial pretty soon, and the government can\'t keep you in jail without trying you. The trial has to be public, so everyone knows what is happening. The case has to be decided by a jury of ordinary peo
Congress can't stop people from having and carrying weapons, because we need to be able to defend ourselves.
You can't be tried for any serious crime without a Grand Jury meeting first to decide whether there\'s enough evidence for a trial. And if the jury decides you are innocent, the government can\'t try again with another jury. You don\'t have to say a
You also have the right to a jury when it is a civil case (a law case between two people rather than between you and the government).
Congress can't make any law about your religion, or stop you from practicing your religion, or keep you from saying whatever you want, or publishing whatever you want (like in a newspaper or a book). And Congress can\'t stop you from meeting peacefu
Nobody can search your body, or your house, or your papers and things, unless they can prove to a judge that they have a good reason to think you have committed a crime.
You don't have to let soldiers live in your house, except if there is a war, and even then only if Congress has passed a law about it.
Just because these rights are listed in the Constitution doesn't mean that you don't have other rights too.
Anything that the Constitution doesn\'t say that Congress can do should be left up to the states, or to the people.
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A signal word for chronological /sequential is
Describing events in order of time is...
When one event leads to another it is...
An explanation of similarities and differences is...
An issue with an answer or answers is...
An idea followed by details is...
Text structure is...
A signal word for compare and contrast is...
Description/main idea must have...
A signal word for cause and effect is...
a gene or heritable characteristic carried by a sex chromosome
Observed trait of an organism that masks the recessive allele of a trait
The observable or detectable characteristics of an individual organism--the observable expression of a genotype
In humans and other mammals a sex chromosome, two of which are normally present in female cells and only one in male cells
A genotype consisting of two different alleles of a gene for a particular trait. Also referred to as a hybrid
Condition in which a trait in an individual is intermediate between the phenotype of its two parents (blended)
An alternate form of a gene for one trait.
The trait (allele) of an organism that can be masked by the other form of that trait (allele)
Transmission of genetic traits from parent to offspring
A genotype consisting of two identical alleles of a gene for a particular trait
The study of heredity and the variation of inherited characteristics
Person or other organism that has inherited a recessive allele for a genetic trait or mutation but does not display that trait or show symptoms of the disease
In humans and other mammals a sex chromosome that is normally present only in male cells.
The smallest pieces of chromosomes; determine what we look like
The actual code that alleles or genes posses (eg. TT, Tt, or tt). The gene may or may not be expressed when you observe a living organism
Diagrams that are used to trace the inheritance of a specific trait, abnormality, or disease. Standard symbols are used to represent males, females, mating and offspring
Relating to two alleles of a gene pair in a heterozygote that are both fully expressed. When alleles for both white and read are present in a carnation, for example, the result is a rad and white carnation
what does the first amendment state
what does the fourth amendment state
what does the eighth amendment state
what does the second amendment state
what does the tenth amendment state
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Stanzas are
the phrase she's like the wind is an example of
which of the following is NOT an example of figurative language
The use of a concrete object to represent an idea or emotion is called
Alliteration is
If I say that hamburger is calling my name, I am using
The rhyme scheme is
Tone is
theme is
When I say she is a dog, I'm using a
The ability to do work is called
Energy is measured in units called
The energy associated with motion is called
Kinetic energy increases as
The total potential and kinetic energy of the particles in an object is called
An example of something that stores chemical energy is
Moving water can be used to produce electricity because
What type of conversion is taking place when natural gas is used to heat water?
When you rub your hands together on a cold day, you use friction to convert
Unlike kinetic energy, potential energy is
What do professional bakers sometimes add to improve flavor and browning of piecrust?
What is TRUE about trends in cake decorating?
How much do good puff pastries rise during baking?
What type of pie fillings work best with form-in-the-pan crumb crust?
What kind of pie cannot be made using the old-fashioned hot juice or cold juice method?
At what temperature should ice cream be frozen for prolonged storage?
When baking a pie crust, to prevent edges from over burning, what should be used to cover edges?
Basic pie doth is sometimes called 3-2-1 dough. This ratio refers to the weight of:
When preparing meringue, egg whites can be whipped to the greatest volume if:
What do professional bakers sometimes add to improve the flavor and browning of pie crusts and pastries?
What is the mixture of egg yolk and milk or waterer that bakers often paint on the top of sweet rolls to make them attractive and shiny?
What is the name used for rolls baked on the flour of the oven?
What is the most likely reason a consumer would NOT own an automatic bread machine?
What liquid is MOST often used to make soft rolls?
Moist heat, or steam in the oven, will produce bread that has:
If ingredients such as raisins, nuts, cheese herbs and spices are added to yeast breads prior to baking, what is a possible reaction?
Which ingredients of yeast rolls is a leavening agent?
What is the function of fat in yeast breads?
The bakery chef is testing out a variety of homemade breads by adding fruit to the dough. The final product has a cracked top. What is the MOST LIKELY the case of this characteristic?
If yeast bread is consistently yields a product that had a heavy texture, what is the likely cause?
What is another name for hard rolls?
What protein are found in wheat flour?
The baker wants to prepare yeast bread for dinner but is short on time. If the mixer method is used, which area of preparation time will be shortened?
How can the growth of yeast dough be retarded or slowed?
Yeast breads are leavened by:
What is the proper order of kneading yeast bread dough?
What is used as a stabilizer by bakers to keep whipped cream white and fresh looking?
What should be used to add color to light fruits in parfaits and compote?
Fruit pies are baked between what temperature?
Tough pie crust is produced by:
What is being checked when the chef presses his/her finger on the grilled steak?
If it is to be grilled, why should a steak be well-marbled?
What temperature should the grill be before grilling?
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I make proteins by joining amino acids. I can be found floating in the cytoplasm and on rough ER. What am I?
I make ribosomes which are used for protein synthesis. What am I?
I am the largest organelle in an animal cell. I contain the cell's DNA and control cell functions. What am I?
I trap light energy from the sun and make food for plants. What am I?
I am short, hairlike projections that help move things along outside of the cell. What am I?
I am usually the largest organelle inside the plant cell and am used for storage. What am I?
I make energy by breaking down glucose into ATP and the more active the cell, the more of me you find. What am I?
I am attached to the nuclear membrane and am a part of the cell's transport system. I have ribosomes on my surface. What am I?
I am found on the outside of the plant cell. I am made of cellulose and give the plant cell support. What am I?
I contain digestive enzymes that breakdown food and old cell parts in the cell. Some say I am like a garbage collector. What am I?
I am found in the nucleus. I am responsible for providing instructions for all life processes and when the cell is not dividing, I like to unwind into thread-like structures. What am I?
I am found in the cytoplasm and I look like a stack of pancakes. I am the packaging and shipping company (FedEx) for products used in the cell. What am I?
I am part of the cell membrane. I work like a metal detector at the airport allowing materials into and out of the cell. What am I?
I control all cell activities. I am compared to the prinipal of a school or the boss a company. What am I?
I am found in animal cells and my job requires me to be able to split chromosome a part during cell division. I have been compared to a log splitter. What am I?
I am a network of tubules throughout the cell and can be compared to the steel structural reinforcements found in concrete structures. What am I?
I am found on the nuclear membrane and can be compared to police at a road block only allowing material that have permission to come in or out.
I am the green pigment found in chloroplasts and can be compared to a sponge because I absorb sunlight. What am I?
I contain the genetic material DNA and am found inside the nucleus. I can be compared to a cookbook filled with recipes. I coil up during cell division and have the appearance of the letter
I am the packages of protein that are released from the golgi body/apparatus that are transported to destinations inside the cell. I am similar to letters being mailed to different destinations. What am I?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a living thing
Which of the following is not a necessity of life
When it is cold outside humans shiver to warm up. What is the stimuli
One of the nessecities of life is a place to live. What must that place have
How are sexual reproduction and asexual reproduction different?
How is homeostasis related to a dog and his fur?
An infant to an adult is an example of which characteristic?
What is needed for chemical reactions?
Is a river alive?
Organisms must have food because
What is the most intense part of a hurricane?
What is the fuel or the engine that keeps a hurricane alive?
What is the name of the scale used to rank hurricanes?
What are the 3 ingredients necessary for a hurricane to form?
What is the calmest part of a hurricane?
What is the correct order for development of a hurricane?
What is a storm spinning counter clockwise with winds between 39 and 73 mph?
What is the largest part of a hurricane?
Which one of these hurricanes was a category 5 hurricane when it hit the United States?
What is a storm spinning counter clockwise with winds > 74 mph?
Marco Polo wrote an account of the marvels of
The Renaissance paved the way for an age of
Who developed the stern rudder and triangular sails?
Mansa Musa was the powerful king of
Which country was the largest in the history of West Africa?
period of artistic creativity
ancient Greek and Roman works
early navigation tool
caravels
journey to a holy place
Are citizens required to fulfill their civic duties, or are civic duties voluntary?
Civic responsibilities are -
Is paying taxes a “civic duty" or a "civic responsibility"
Is serving on a jury or as a witness a “civic duty" or a "civic responsibility"
Is serving in the armed forces if called in a draft a "civic duty" or a "civic responsibility"
Is registering to vote a "civic duty" or a "civic responsibility"
Is obeying laws a “civic duty" or a "civic responsibility"
Is respecting diversity a “civic duty" or a "civic responsibility"?
What do citizens face who choose not to fulfill their civic duties?
Which is not a first amendment freedom?
Viking sailor
Admiral of the Ocean Sea
leading explorers in 1400s
means “peaceful”
to sail around the world
The Portuguese wanted to explore the world because they
Which area was known as the Gold Coast because of its abundance of gold?
Columbus sailed to the Americas under the flag of
Which of these sailors landed in North America centuries before Columbus
Which of these sailors were the first to circumnavigate the world?
What is a simile?
An example of a metaphor is....
What are some examples of figurative language?
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When the birthrate equals the deathrate, the population
Each of the following is a density-dependent limiting factor except
After rabbits were introduced into Australia, the rabbit population went into exponential growth because rabbits had no natural
A frost that kills insects that feed on a plant is
A symbiotic relationship between barnacles and whales is an example of
An example of a population is
When a species has reached a steady state, it has reached a particular environment's
In a logistic curve, the initial growth
In most natural situations, predator-prey relationships
In a logistic growth curve, exponential growth is the phase in which the population
Which noun should be capitalized?
Which noun should be capitalized?
Which noun should be capitalized?
Which noun should be capitalized?
Which noun should be capitalized?
Which noun should NOT be capitalized?
Which noun should NOT be capitalized?
Which noun should NOT be capitalized?
Which noun should NOT be capitalized?
Which noun should NOT be capitalized?
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culture is part of this theme of geography
the border of the state of Texas is which specific theme
Dallas Fort Worth Metro-plex is an example of which theme
My head hurts.
His legs hurt.
Our stomach hurts.
Their eyes hurt.
Your (fam) foot hurts.
My ear hurts.
My tooth hurts.
Their shoulder hurts.
Our wrist hurts.
Mrs. Garner´s nose hurts.
Respiration is:
During inhalation in humans:
During exhalation of a grasshopper:
During inhalation of a fish:
Oxymeter is a device used to:
Why does lime water becomes turbid in a water that was containing a fish in it?
Name the gases involved in respiration.
Do plants make respiration?
To study respiration in plants why do we use a black mask?
Why does the lime water remained clear of a green plant without a black mask?
Explain the raise of the level of water in the tube in the side of seeds.
The blood leaving the lungs is:
The gaseous exchange in humans takes place at the level of :
The gaseous exchange in a grasshopper takes place:
The respiratory organ(s) of frog:
The type of respiration of an earthworm;
The gaseous exchange across the gills takes place:
I didn't know who to send the thank you note to since the gift was ____.
The protest became ___ after the police arrived.
What does the _____ FBI stand for?
My grandmother received excellent care at the ______ after she broke her hip.
I took my sister's teddy bear as a _____ until she finished my chores.
My real name is Dan Smith, but when I write stories, I go by the _____ of Zed Zanders.
I will look of a ____ for the word in the thesaurus.
My aunt is very _____; when we visited her, she made us breakfast and dinner every day.
The words hospitable and hostile are _____.
The word bow in these sentences are ____: I took a bow after my performance. I sat on the bow of the boat.
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They are reading an interesting book.
I am drinking a Coke.
She is dancing with Mike's brother.
You are not studying for your Spanish test.
They are driving to Galveston in a nice limo.
My friends and I are eating at McDonald's
Your sister is watching Netflix with her boyfriend.
My girlfriend is reading an interesting book in English class.
We are shopping at Target for Peter's sister's birthday.
They are going to the mall with my family.
My friend is working on her computer.
She is putting make-up on to go to Matt's party.
Peter's brother is waking up
I am writing a love letter to my girlfriend.
Which is an example of an input device?
What type of memory stores data that is being processed and is erased when the computer is turned off?
One million bytes of information equals a
What unit of computer memory is correct
What type of image includes MRI and CAT scan?
Who is in charge of a typical business meeting?
In the absence of the president and the vice-president, who conducts the business meeting?
What two people in the world have the exact same DNA
What process is used to help compare the DNA of parents to their children?
What medical technique is used to view soft tissue in the human body?
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The symbiotic relationship between a flower and the insect that feeds on its nectar is an example of
The relationship between the algae and the fungus known as a lichen is
The relationship between the rabbit and the fox is
The relationship between the human and the tapeworm is
The relationship between the shark and the remora is
The relationship between the whale and the barnacles is
The relationship between the owl and the mouse is
The relationship between the hookworm and the human
A symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit is
A symbiotic relationship in which one species benefits and the other is neither hurt nor harmed is
A(n) __________ refers to all the living and nonliving things in an area.
Living things that are too small to be seen without a microscope are called __________.
All the frogs in a pond are a __________.
A(n) __________ is made up of all the populations in an area.
The living things in an environment are called __________.
The nonliving things in an environment are called __________.
Animals and plants are __________.
__________ is an abiotic factor.
__________ is a biotic factor.
All the Rattlesnakes living on the same riverbank are a __________.
These cells do not have a nucleus
These cells evolved later in time
Which type of cells is more complex?
Which cells have less organelles?
Which cells divide by binary fission
Which cells are larger in size?
Which organelle makes ATP
Which cells consume organic compounds?
What is the majority of the cell membrane made of?
What are the building blocks of proteins?
Which of the following pH values is the most acidic?
What happens to enzyme activity if pH goes up?
What are nucleic acids made of?
The cell wall can be found in which of the following cells
What is the product of photosynthesis?
The cell membrane can be found in which of the following cells?
True or False: Respiration occurs in the chloroplasts
A molecule is organic if it contains which element?
True or False: Flagella are hair-like structures.
What are the building blocks of carbohydrates
In a(n) __________ ecosystem, there are very few trees and lots of grasses.
A(n) __________ is often referred to as the "nursery" of the ocean because baby sea creatures can hide in its cord grass, and big predators cannot live in its shallow water.
A (n)__________ is different from a pond because it is less likely to dry up.
Ponds and lakes are surrounded by land and have standing water, but a(n) __________ has flowing water.
A forest that has trees that lose their leaves in the fall is called a __________ forest.
A forest that is warm, humid, and rainy all year is a __________ forest.
A(n) __________ ecosystem has deep, salty water with kelp, plankton and many large creatures.
A(n) __________ has brackish water.
Natural wildfires are beneficial for a __________ ecosystem.
__________ are located where rivers meet oceans.
In which layer of Earth’s atmosphere does the temperature decrease as altitude increases?
In which layer of the atmosphere does the weather occur?
Which layer of the atmosphere has the highest temperatures?
What happens to the temperature in the mesosphere as the altitude increases?
Which of the following is true about air pressure in the atmosphere?
What is the most abundant gas in the atmosphere?
What happens to water vapor when it cools and rises?
Plants release water vapor into the atmosphere in a process called
Sea breezes occur during the day because
The uneven heating of the Earth creates large convection currents. These convection currents are responsible for all of the following except...
Which of these is NOT a kingdom (in Biology)?
How many kingdoms do we normally talk about?
The kingdom Monera includes:
The kingdom Plantae does NOT include:
The kingdom Protista includes:
Animals are divided into phyla based on:
The phylum Chordata includes:
All members of the phylum Chordata have:
Spiders belong to the phylum:
Fungi
What is tissue?
All of the following are types of tissue EXCEPT:
What is an organ?
What is a system?
What is Plasma?
What is the job of RED blood cells
What is the Job of WHITE blood cells?
What do platelets do?
What is Oxidation?
What is respiration
All of the following are part of the excretry system EXCPET
What is the function of the lungs?
What is the function of the large intestine?
What is the function of the kidneys?
How many hours of sleep do you need a night?
All of the following are parts of the circulatory system except?
The job of the vein is
The job of arteries are
List the 5 organs of the body
Name the 6 types of tissue
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Mohammad (founder)
Jesus (founder)
Abraham (founder)
Christmas
Hanukkah
Ramadan
A local government is considering whether to build a dam. What is an advantage of building this structure?
The drilling for freshwater increases long a coastal area. What is a likely consequence of this action?
In which atmospheric layer of Earth do thunderstorms occur?
Which gas makes up the largest component of the Earth's atmosphere?
Which statement describes the general movement of air masses?
Which most likely occurs when a fast-moving cold air mass moves into a region of warmer, most air?
Which contributes to the formation of hurricanes during the late summer?
Which is a major source of air pollution created by humans?
Which can lead to the depletion of the ozone layer of Earth?
How is climate different from weather?
A local government voted against the large-scale development of buildings and roads in the ares. What could have been the motive behind their decision?
A company has several factories around the world and has decided to transition from burining fossil fuels to using alternative energy resources. How could a decrease in burning fossil fuels impact the atmosphere?
Some factories can increase the amount of thermal pollution by dumping heated water into lakes and rivers. How can this type of pollution affect aquatic environments?
Since 1901, global surface temperatures have risen at an average rate of 0.13 F every ten years. In which way could the average increase in global temperatures influence Earth?
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