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In Kenya, citizens are directly involved in the government through the use of elections. Also, there is a high amount of personal freedoms. This is an example of a(n):
Which form of government includes a system in which the president is constitutionally independent of the legislature?
Why is Kenya considered a republic?
Which of these was NOT a conflict that led to the independence of South Sudan from Sudan?
Which of the following factors has worsened the AIDS pandemic in Africa?
Which major industry is the GDP of Nigeria dependent upon?
The best description of South Africa’s economy today is:
Although South Africa has a diverse economy, the country benefits from having large quantities of:
How does Nigeria's high amount of oil production affect its economy?
A tax on imports is a(n):
The government makes all economic decisions in a:
The money spent to train and educate citizens to use new technology is called:
Which of these must be present for international trade to be successful?
During the 1980s, several countries limited their trade with South Africa to show their disapproval of the policy of apartheid. These countries were using a trade barrier known as a(n)
Nigeria makes almost all of its money from the sale of oil. This is an example of:
Now that the French have been defeated, let the new German Empire arise.
What a knockdown drag out fight it was to see who controlled Korea and Manchuria
The ethnic tensions that existed in Europe in the years leading up to World War I made hit inevitable that the barrel would eventually become full beyond its capacity and explode
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This organelle is responsible for storage
This organelle provides internal structure to the cell
Spot from where distance to an object is measured
Motion is described as a change in
Measure of change in velocity is
The measure of the distance and object travels per unit of time is the object's
Which unit measures speed?
What is measured in meters per seconds squared
What term is defined as speed and direction of a moving object?
What does the triangle symbol mean?
What is a correct formula for distance?
What is a correct formula for speed?
Approximately what percent of U.S. children ages 2-17 use the Internet today?
Digital information is processed, sent, and stored in ______.
In computer terminology, the term program refers to
Which computer characteristic allows the same program to be used again and again?
Which computer characteristics refers to the capability to exchange information over networks?
A network of computers confined to a relatively small geographical area is called a(n) ____________.
What enables users to move from one site to another on the World Wide Web?
Which of the following is not text data?
Which step in the information processing cycle is the computer performing when it sends information to the printer?
To which part of the information processing cycle does the system unit correspond?
Which of the following is an example of a peripheral device?
The main components of the motherboard are the ___________.
Which type of hardware device allows the user to retrieve information?
An example of an output device is a
Which one of the following is the most important piece of software in a computer system?
Software that scans for viruses is an example of
Which type of software allows the user to prepare a spreadsheet?
What does GIGO mean?
___________ using specail equipment and programs allow computers to communicate with each other through telephone lines, cable connections, and satellites.
Our school uses a ____________ network.
All plant and animal cells are:
Plant cells have a large central vacuole to:
A group of similar cells working together make:
Where would you find the DNA in a eukaryotic cell?
All cells have which of the following:
Which type of cells made up the first life on Earth?
To perform photosynthesis, the chloroplasts must produce:
Organs work together to form:
Which is not part of cell theory?
Which of these organelles is found in animal cells, but not plant cells?
With -iar and -uar verbs, all conjugations have accent marks except
Verbs ending in -uir have a y inserted after the u in all forms except the
I cook (with water)
I obtain
I deserve
El agricultor _____ muchas plantas.
He remembers
Yo _____ mucho en la clase.
Encerramos
You mend
I thank
You are in the habit of
What are green plants that make their own food called?
What are animals that cannot make their own food called?
What are animals that eat only plants called?
What is an environment that meets the needs of an organism called?
What is movement of food energy in a series of organisms called?
What are living things that feed on the wastes and remains of plants and animals called?
Consumers that eat prey are called what?
Animals that eat only mean are called what?
What is an environment that meets the needs of an organism?
From where does a first-level consumer get most of its energy?
Which organism is NOT an omnivore?
Where do green plants get most of the energy they need to make their own food?
What is the term for the role that each living thing has in its habitat?
Which animal is a carnivore?
What is the term for food chains that overlap?
The control center of a cell that directs all activities:
A group of tissue works together to make:
prokaryotic cells do not have a definite:
The main function of the cell membrane is:
These organelles generate power for the cell:
He discovered cells in 1665:
Radiant energy is converted to chemical energy through photosynthesis in this organelle only found in plant cells:
Both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells have this substance in which all organelles float in a cell:
An organism is a collection of
This storage organelle is responsible for maintaining turgor pressure in plant cells:
Which area is used to view a portion of a document on the screen?
In the document window, which bar is used to navigate and display the various areas of a document?
To increase or decrease the size of the content in a Word 2010 window, which item on the status bar would you use?
What is the control center located below the title bar at the top of the Word 2010 window called?
Which of the following automatically appears based on tasks you perform, and contains commands related to changing the appearance of text in a document?
What is the name of the list of frequently used commands that appear when you right-click an object?
Which commands should you use to cancel a recent command or action?
When you hover your cursor over a command button in a ribbon, what is the name of the descriptive box that appears?
What is the name assigned to a file when it is saved?
What is the name of the view that provides data about documents and contains a set of commands to help a user manage documents?
Which command on the View Ribbon enables the document to be viewed as it would appear on a webpage?
Which dialog box allows a user to create a new folder in the desired storage location?
Which of the following characters, sometimes called nonprinting characters,does Word 2010 display on the screen but not in a printed document?
The file extension for a Word 2010 document is
When saving a document for the first time, you must specify ____________________.
_______________ punctuation requires no punctuation after the saluation or the closing.
____________ format aligns text along the right margin, including the date, the inside address, salutation, body of the letter, closing, and signature.
Letters and numbers that appear on the Ribbon when you press the Alt key are called:
The ____________ contains the commands you use most often, such as Save, Undo, and Redo.
When you select text, teh faint image that appears is called a(n) ____________.
Another name for the Georgia barrier islands is...
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¿Cuál es buen para la salud?
La lechuga
Yo: Ser
Which verb do you use to tell time; origin; description?
to exercise
Which meal do you eat por la noche
el helado
Which is NOT una verdura
Which word means the same as todos los días?
Debes...
Tú: SER
Para mantener la salud, debes beber mucho/a(s)...
Para mantener la salud, no debes comer mucho/a(s)...
Which is NOT una fruta
A los jóvenes les gusta mucho comer....
Los actores famosos son muy ......
Los carteles son......
In paragraph 1, the word 'passed' means
What does the word 'some' mean in paragraph 2?
In paragraph 3, what does 'scent' mean
What does the word 'pleas' mean in paragraph 3?
Why didn't the servants want to drink the water?
In paragraph 3, what word could be used to replace 'scent'
in paragraph 2, the sentence 'The law said they had to boil their water, so they set up a fire and pot near a bush' is what kind of sentence?
What is the setting of the story?
In paragraph 3, what is the prefix in the word 'uninterested'?
Which statement is an opinion?
We walked
our family
They translated
She wanted (demanded)
Did you (fam) set (the table)?
our family
Kanye and Jay Z produced
Did you (fam) drive?
My papers
His friends
I brought
She knew/found out
Did he make?
We told; said
I drove
our sister
The class translated
I was
Felipe and Manuel came
I had (to)
Which of the following software programs is a full-featured word processing program that allows users to create professional-looking documents and revise them easily?
How do you access Word 2010 Help from the Word Window?
Which is the shortcut key for accessing Microsoft Office Word Help from the Word window?
To increase or decrease the size of the content in a Word 2010 window, which item on the status bar would you use?
How do users switch from one ribbon to another in Word 2010?
What is the control center located below the title bar at the top of the Word 2010 window called?
Which Word 2010 tab contains the Print command?
Sally wants to select an entire paragraph in her word processing document. What is the quickest way to select the paragraph?
In a Word 2010 document, what are the printable text and graphics at the top of each page called?
What are the text and graphics that print at the bottom of every page in a Word 2010 document called?
Which statement BEST explains why the terms “Bourbon Triumvirate” was most appropriate for Joseph Brown, Alfred Colquitt, and John Gordon?
The Bourbon Triumvirate declined in power because;
As the leader of the New South movement, what was Henry Grady supporting?
The New South, envisioned by Henry W. Grady, would;
The main purpose of the International Cotton Exposition that was held in Atlanta was to;
What Georgia Populist leader called on black and white farmers to unite in an effort to gain fair treatment from the state and national government?
What was Tom Watson’s greatest accomplishment?
The murder trial of Leo Frank resulted in a;
The county unit system allowed;
Who benefited from the county unit system?
Flammable materials, like alcohol, should never be dispensed or used near
If you do not understand a direction or part of a lab procedure, you should
Long hair in the laboratory must be
After completing an experiment, all chemical wastes should be
543 km = _____ m
12 mL = ______ L
49 cg = ______ mg
22 m = ____ hm
1.23 x 10 ^ 4 = _______
5.095 x 10 ^ -2 = _____
1,201000 = ________
.00003728 = _______
What is a common set of steps that scientists use to gather information and answer questions?
Which of the following is the second step of the scientific method?
A scientist testing the affects of a chemical on apple yeild sprays an orchard with the chemical. A second orchard does not receive the chemical. Which of the following is the independent variable in the experiment?
A scientist testing the affects of a chemical on apple yeild sprays an orchard with the chemical. A second orchard does not receive the chemical. Which of the following is the control group?
What did the U.S. Supreme Court rule in Plessy v. Ferguson?
Plessy v. Ferguson gave states the right to promote;
Homer Plessy sat in the “Whites Only” car on the train because;
What was the “final blow” that led President Woodrow Wilson to ask Congress to declare war against the Central Powers in WWI?
What position was supported by Booker T. Washington?
Which African American leader believed that a “Talented Tenth” of the African American population could serve as leaders for all other African American?
German U-boats sunk this luxury liner killing 198 Americans.
Which statement BEST explains why United States entered World War I in 1917?
The beginning of the Klan’s resurgence in 1915 coincided with which of these?
What early Civil Rights leader was famous for his Atlanta Compromise Speech?
The upper dermal layer of the skin; has thick, peg-like projections which are arranged in definite, genetically determined pattern (fingerprints!)
Pigment that ranges in color from yellow to brown to black and is produced by special cells in the stratum basale.
Found all over the body; produce clear sweat only
Oil glands; produce a solution that is a mixture of oily substances and fragmented cells that keeps the skin soft and moist and prevents hair from becoming brittle
Sweat glands located mostly in the axillary and genital areas of the body; contain a mixture of sweat and fatty acids and proteins making the secretion occasionally milky or yellowish
Small bands of smooth muscle cells that contract to pull hair upright and dimple the skin resulting in goosebumps
Rare and often deadly cancer of the melanocytes
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What is the name of the near-shore live bottom reef off the coast of Georgia?
Which of the following animals comes ahore to lay its eggs on the barrier islands?
What is Georgia's State Marine mammal?
Which of the following animals found in the Coastal Plains is endangered and near extinction?
Which of the following animals found in the Coastal Plain can grow up to 300 pounds?
A _______ is a sandy strip of land offshore that protects the mainland.
What percent of Georgia is considered Coastal Plains?
Which Georgia habitat has sandy soil that makes it ideal for farming?
Where would you most likely find sea oats, pennyworts, and morning glories?
Where would you most likely find sea oats, pennworts, and morning glories?
In which habitat would you most likely find plants such as live oaks, cypress trees, and the saw palmetto?
In which habitat would you find bog turtles, alligator snapping turtles, muskrats, and wild hogs?
What plant, also known as the air plant, is found hanging from trees in coastal cities such as Savannah?
When most of Georgia was covered in water, what was the Coastal Plains region?
Arthur's success has already been determined. ___ determines Arthur's success at pulling the sword, Excalibur, from its stone.
Aisha was in the foremost position of an army or fleet.Aisha, wife of the Prophet Mohammed, was in the ___ of soldiers at the Battle of the Camel in A.D. 656.
Which word mentions the Civil War? Before the Civil War, the cotton plantations of the ___ South depended on British textile companies for their markets.
Lucy was an ancient human. n 1959, Mary Leakey discovered the bones of Lucy, a ___ ancestor of modern humans.
Kahlo became more famous after her death. Although Frida Kahlo's paintings did not achieve commercial success during her lifetime, near the end of the 20th century she acquired ___ fame.
Post=After Which word does not include first or ahead as part of its meaning?
To take possession of something has nothing to do with era.
Showy is not related to a place. Which word is not related to a place?
A prefix is not a full word. Which one of the following is not a prefix?
Which pair of words have the definitons for: A warning:already been determined by higher power
A prime minister or head of state. premier: country::
Monkeys, apes or humans. Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey have contributed greatly to the study of ___ in Africa, where many species of apes and monkeys are endangered.
Showy. In a ___ display of wealth, Cornelius Vanderbilt provided his dinner guests with little gold shovels for digging into a tray of sand for gemstones.
It was an absurd idea. Members of the Flat Earth Society still believe the ___ idea that the world is flat.
A common command is Do unto others as you would have them do unto you is a common ___ of many of the world's religions.
Some of the plants were primeval. As the oldest plants on earth, ferns are ___ survivors in domestic gardens.
The author had an impact on the future. Rachel Carson, author of Silent Spring, devoted her life to saving the environment for ___.
The king had a warning in advance. Having a ___ of the coming French Revolution, King Louis XVI said, After me, the flood.
The most important character. A teacher who thinks that she has reached the best period of her life is the central character in Muriel Spark's novel The ___ of Miss Jean Brodie.
Radio was popular during the 1920s. Which became a popular new form of entertainment in America during the 1920s?
Suffragist campaigned for women's rights. Which term describes a person who campaigned for women's right to vote?
The 19th Amendment guarantees women the right to vote. Which civil right does the 19th Amendment guarantee?
People thought Sacco-Vanzetti didn't believe in government and were anarchists. There were charged with a crime and convicted. Which statement about the Sacco-Vanzetti trial of 1921 is true?
President Coolidge believed in minding his own business. Which quotation accurately describes Calvin Coolidge's philosophy against active government?
Women had many changes during the 1920's.
Crime and violence increased during prohibition.
Blacks didn't own more farms. During the 1920s more than a million blacks moved from the South to cities in the North. Which was not a result of that migration?
President Harding created the Bureau of Budget.Which president created the Bureau of the Budget, reduced the national debt, cut taxes, and appointed black men to public office?
Al Smith was Catholic. Which candidate in the 1928 presidential election was attacked for being Catholic?
Hoover used many slogans. Which president used the campaign slogan, A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage, to indicate that life would be prosperous in the United States during his administration?
Moving north improved life for many blacks. Which statement about the black migration of the 1920s is true?
Many people were detained. Which statement describes the U.S. government's reaction to the establishment of a communist state in Russia?
Mr. Scopes was a science teacher. Which famous 1925 trial pitted creationists against evolutionists?
Evolution was not passed in many states. Which statement does not describe a cultural change that occurred in the 1920s?
Bears are losing value. Which term refers to a period of time when stocks are generally losing value?
Hitler was born in Germany. Adolf Hitler was the dictator of which country?
Totalitarianism does not give people free will. Which would a totalitarian government forbid?
The founding fathers didn't want to rush things.Which statement about the Founding Fathers' view of the U.S. Constitution is accurate?
It needed another amendment. Which statement about the 18th Amendment to the Constitution prohibiting alcohol is correct?
Palmer was scary. Which attorney general created a red scare in 1920 by arresting 5,000 suspected communists and anarchists who were held without trial and denied their basic civil rights?
Prohibition wasn't directly related to the Depression.Which was a not a direct result of the Great Depression?
There was dust because there was no rain. Which did not help cause the Dust Bowl of the 1930s?
oHoover was the president. Which term refers to the shantytowns built from cardboard boxes and discarded metal that dotted American cityscapes during the Great Depression?
head
smell
together
ready
instead
else
fresh
dead
spelling
breakfast
feather
bread
talk
claws
straw
waliking
drawing
thaw
fault
lawn
stalk
chalk
sauce
cause
haunted
...If your strength were ten thousand times greater than it is...it would be nothing to withstand or endure it.
...Justice bends the arrow at your heart, and strains the bow...
It is a great furnace of wrath, a wide and bottomless pit...
His wrath towards you burns like fire...
heavy as lead
lake of burning brimstone
flames...would fain lay hold on them, and swallow them up
you are ten thousand times more abominable in His eyes than the most hateful venomous serpent is in ours
all your righteousness, would have no more influence...than a spider's web would have to stop a fallen rock
hell's wide gaping mouth
In a solution, water would be a good example of this
In a solution, the Kool Aid powder for my yummy Kool Aid drink would be a good example of this:
A mixture with small undissolved particles that do not settle out, fog for example
A mixture in which particles can be seen and easily separated out
A mixture with a solute and solvent that has the same properties throughout
The substance that is dissolved in a solution.
The substance that dissolves other substances in a solution
This depends on the amount of solute dissolved in the solvent at a given temperature, and can be increased by increasing the temperature
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What is the difference between a reflexsive and intensive pronoun?
The earliest stage of a star's life is called
What color are the coolest stars?
How bright a star appears to be from planet Earth.
A supernova is
How long a star lives depends on its
Astronomers theorize that the universe began in an enormous explosion called the
Space and everything in it is the definition for
A galaxy shaped like a flattened ball or disc
A galaxy shaped like a pinwheel.
A galaxy that is very bright and has a black hole at it's center
An imaginary pattern of stars in the night sky is
Which branch of chemistry deals with the mass relationships of elements in compounds and the mass relationships among reactants and products in chemical reactions?
What is the study of the mass relationships of elements in compounds?
What is the study of the mass relationships among reactants and products in a chemical reaction?
Which of the following would be investigated in reaction stoichiometry?
A determination of the masses and number of moles of sulfur and oxygen in the compound sulfur dioxide would be studied in
Which of the following would NOT be studied in the branch of chemistry called stoichiometry?
A balanced chemical equation allows one to determine the
The coefficients in a chemical equation represent the
Each of the four types of reaction stoichiometry problems requires using a
If one knows the mole ratio of a reactant and product in a chemical reaction, one can
If one knows the mass and molar mass of reactant A and the molar mass of product D in a chemical reaction, one can determine the mass of product D produced by using the
In the chemical reaction wA + xB  yC + zD, a comparison of the number of moles of A to the number of moles of C would be a(n)
In the chemical equation wA + xB  yC + zD, if one knows the mass of A and the molar masses of A, B, C, and D, one can determine
In the reaction N2 + 3H2  2NH3, what is the mole ratio of nitrogen to ammonia?
In the reaction 2Al2O3  4Al + 3O2, what is the mole ratio of aluminum to oxygen?
In the reaction 2H2 + O2  2H2O, what is the mole ratio of oxygen to water?
In the reaction Ca + Cl2  CaCl2, what is the mole ratio of chlorine to calcium chloride?
In the reaction Zn + H2SO4  ZnSO4 + H2, what is the mole ratio of zinc to sulfuric acid?
In the reaction C + 2H2  CH4, what is the mole ratio of hydrogen to methane?
In the reaction N2 + 3H2  2NH3, what is the mole ratio of hydrogen to ammonia?
What did the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution do?
What was the purpose of the Freedmen’s Bureau?
What did the 15th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution do?
The BEST description of the Freedmen’s Bureau during Reconstruction was that it;
Sharecroppers paid their landowners by;
How were tenant farmers different from sharecroppers?
The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed in response to;
Which statement BEST describes the most important difference between the Reconstruction plans of President Lincoln and the radical Congress?
Which of these would have been a goal of the Ku Klux Klan in the south during Reconstruction?
Henry McNeal Turner was expelled from his seat in the Georgia state legislature because;
What is a R influenced vowel
Synomym for Word Awarness
Hare and Hear are exmples of a
The W in the word SAW is a
The word Park is an example of a
Students sorting by sound with a partner
Find the Oddball
Repeated and timed repeated reading
Consants that are related to vowel sounds
Stage of learning where students begin to decode unfamilar words and recognize pattens in chunks
After which nation did Japan decide to model a strong central government during the Meiji era?
Before the mid-1800s, which one of the following carried on trade with Japan?
During the 19th century, how did Latin American countries spend most of the income the received from exports?
For what is Benito Juárez remembered?
Russia and Japan went to war over what issue?
What action did the United States take to gain the right to build the Panama Canal?
What American system did the Japanese adopt during the Meiji era?
What did NOT happen as a result of the Opium War?
What did the Opium War and the Boxer Rebellion have in common?
What did the Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War have in common?
What effect did the visit of Commodore Perry have on the Japanese?
What led to problems within the self-strengthening movement in China in the 1860s?
What was one major result of the Spanish-American War?
What was the purpose of the Monroe Doctrine?
Which of the following events occurred last?
Which of the following pairs of rulers tried to modernize their countries?
Which of the following resulted in the establishment of a rebel government in southeastern China that lasted about ten years?
Which of the following statements best summarizes Santa Anna's career?
Which of the following was a result of the Sino-Japanese War?
Which of the following was a result of the Spanish-American War?
Which of the following was NOT a reason for political instability in Latin America?
Which two Mexican leaders were most alike in their goals for reforming Mexico?
Who benefited the most from the granting of extraterritorial rights in 19th century China?
Why did Britain sell opium to China?
Why was the Mexican Revolution fought?
Which two nations agreed to the Treaty of Kanagawa?
a pastry shop
a middle school
a museum
a sports stadium
a downtown
a train station
a store
a bread store
a church
a police station
a movie theater
a pool
i go = Je ____
We are going. = Nous____.
You are going. = Tu _____.
They are going. = ILS _____.
You are going . = Vous ____.
My friends are going. =Mes amis ____.
Madame Du Pont _____.
Marc et Phillipe ___.
Which one is NOT una grasa?
Which one IS una carne?
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This is just a ratio that shows the amount of solute to solution and does not depend on temperature.
If there is Kool Aid powder settled at the bottom of my Kool Aid drink, I know it is
Weak tea or a solution with little solute dissolved in the solvent is said to be this:
If there is Kool Aid powder settled at the bottom of my glass of Kool Aid, it is this:
If my drink has alot of solute dissolved in it(really strong Kool Aid) , but not so much that it settles at the bottom of my glass, I could say it's
Because of this a steel paper clip can float on water
A mixture in which particles can be seen and easily separated out
This type of bond is what makes water so special...
Soap is a good example of this - it weakens water to water attractions in water
In this type of bond, electrons are shared, not transferred
In this type of bond, there is an equal sharing of electrons, which means the molecule has no charge.
This property describes how water molecules stick to each other
This property describes how water molecules stick to other things
Oil and water will not mix because water is __________ and oil is _____________
Salt and water will mix because water is _________ and salt is _________ .
This can break the strong water to water attractions - and allow grease or oil to mix with water - dish detergent for example.
Acids produce these in water:
Bases produce these in water:
Litmus paper and pH paper are known as __________ because they change color in the presence of an acid or a base.
Acids are ___________ because they wear away at metals and other materials
Soap is a good example of a base because it
Lemon juice has properties of an acid because it
Acids are found __________ on the pH scale
Bases are found _________ on the pH scale
Bases will turn litmus paper
Acids will turn litmus paper
What is lackluster?
What is marred?
What is nonchalance?
Is the definition of obscure, not clear or plaing?
What is eclectic?
What is fallacy?
What is garbled?
Is the definition of haphazard, aimless?
immaterial?
judicious?
What is the vegetation like in northern Mexico?
Where did the Olmec live?
Approximately when did the Maya civilization collapse?
To whom did the Spanish monarch grant haciendas?
A problem in Mexico City that is made worse by the surrounding mountains is
Which of the following was an achievement of the Maya?
Priests taught Indians Spanish and Catholicism at church outposts known as
Most Mexicans speak Spanish because
Who conquered the Aztecs?
Why did most people immigrate to the United States at that time?
Where were most of the immigrants who came through Ellis Island from?
Health officers would board the ships to look for something. What would they be looking for?
How long did the immigration process usually take?
What was one of the first things people saw when they arrived in the New York Harbor?
People of mixed European and Indian ancestry
first Mexican president of Indian heritage
church outposts in colonial Mexico
Catholic priest who led a revolt against Spanish Rule around 1810
elected in 2000, the first president to represent a different political party in Mexico for 71 years
U.S. and foreign-owned factories in Mexico
Stress is
Strain is
Compression stress is
Tension stress is
Shear stress is
A crack in a rock layer where the rock on either side is moving is
A crack in a rock layer where the rock on either side is not moving is
Deformation in rock layers where there is a change in shape without breaking is
An upward fold in a rock layer is called
A downward U-shaped fold in a rock layer is called
A mostly flat series of rock layers with a small dip is called
The place where two bones meet is known as a(n)
Which type of tissue connects muscle to bone?
Which type of joint allows a side to side movement?
Which bone in the body protects the human heart?
From head to toes, which of the following bone sequences are in the correct order?
Which type of muscle is found primarily in major organs?
What shape gives our bones the greatest amount of strength
Which of the following bodily actions occur with the help of voluntary muscles?
Which of the following gases does the body take in during respiration?
What is the major organ on the respiratory system?
What is the passageway in the throat that is connected to the lungs?
There are millions of these tiny air sacs in the lungs
The trachea branches into two tubes known as the
What is the sheet of muscle below the lungs that aids in breathing?
Which of the following represents the function of the respiratory system?
Which two body systems work closely together to pump oxygenated blood through the body?
What is the function of the heart?
Where does the exchange of food, oxygen and waste occur?
Which type of blood vessels carry blood away from the heart to the body?
As your heart rate increases, the amount of carbon dioxide you exhale -
In the human digestive system most nutrients are absorbed into the blood through the lining of the
Which of the following systems must work together to bring oxygen to a muscle?
Which muscle moves down to make the body inhale?
What is found next to the alveoli to transport oxygen to the cells of the body?
What is another name for the windpipe?
What is the process that uses oxygen and glucose to create energy for your cells?
What is the name of the tiny sac-like structures in the lungs that are surrounded with blood vessels?
What is a serious disease that destroys lung tissue and causes breathing difficulties?
Nicotine is....
When you inhale your...
Lung cancer causes _____________ to grow in your lungs.
What is the name of the passages that direct air into the lungs?
What three places does excretion occur?
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Which of the following did the Enlightenment promote?
What did the American colonists protest as 'taxation without representation'?
Who argued that women weren't inferior, they were just uneducated?
Who went public with the heliocentric (sun-centered) model and created the first telescope?
Who figured out that the planets actually move around the earth in an egg-shaped pattern, thus explaining the seasons?
The French sent ______ to fight in the battle of Savannah.
Which of the following studies dissected bodies in order to draw them
Area around Italy and surrounding countries
Name given to type of governments and areas such as Florence known for specific types of products or services. Some known for making weapons, others for clothing.
Which of the following was an envoy ?
Person supporting the arts by financially supporting artists
A mapmaker is called
Usuary refers to
Which of the following is most closely connected to the term il milione
The Mona Lisa was
David (not a real person) was an example of
The Treaty of Tordesillas...
Henry Morgan was
Which of the following is most closely connected to a Letter of Marque
Moctezuma was
The thinking that a stronger country has the right to conquer weaker nations and use their resources
A quipu was
Picture books used by Aztecs to record history
A Chinampa was and is
Which of the following is true about Cortes
Which of the following pairs of terms are most closely related
What do we call someone who travels to a foreign country to spread religion or do charity work?
How did the Chinese feel about European trade items?
Which empire crumbled and allowed Great Britain to gain control of India?
What is the complete control of a trade item or market?
Which country emerged as the main controller of India?
What is a territory ruled by a far away country?
What was a valuable trade item for Europe and Asia in the 1500's?
Who controlled trade because of their location in relationship to the location of the Crusades?
What was an item the Chinese had for trade?
Who helped make Portugal a world leader in exploration and influenced a generation of explorers?
Who negotiated a trade deal between Portugal and India?
What did the Chinese call the Europeans who came to trade with them?
Who sailed to the tip of Africa?
A lion hunts, kills, and feeds on a zebra. The lion is an example of a _______, and the zebra is its _______.
The Egyption Plower bird gets a free meal by hunting the leeches on the crocodile, and the crocodile in turn gets rid of its leeches. What is the best description for such a relationship?
The energy for life comes primarily from the Sun. Consumers in an ecosystem get their energy indirectly from the Sun by
Decomposers are a necessary part of a healthy ecosystem because they
Which of the following is true about the flow of energy within ecosystems?
Which of the following are examples of heterotrophs? I. algae II. birds III. fungi IV. humans V. plants
The living aspects of the environment including organisms of the same and different species are called:
Grass -- Grasshopper -- Mockingbird represents __________.
Herbivores and carnivores are _________, but plants and algae are __________.
A trophic level represents a _________.
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Egyptians believed in the _________, which means their soul will meet back up with their body after they die.
The Great Pyramid is located in _________.
Hatshepsut was a _________ for her stepson.
Another name for a large waterfall is ________.
The black soil left by the Nile River floods is called ________.
The Nile River ________ is located at the mouth of the river, where it empties into the Mediterranean Sea.
When rulers from the same family control Egypt for a period of time....
The area of Nubia that is located farther south in Egypt...
A mineral combination mined for the production of metals is called _________.
Someone who studies the stars and planets...
An ____________ was part of the middle class because they had a specific skill.
A group of two or more computers, software, and other devices that are connected by means of one or more communications media.
An electronic document stored at a location on the Web; the document can contain text, images, sound, and video and may provide links to other Web pages.
A worldwide network of computers linked together via communications software and media for the purpose of sharing information; the largest and best-known network in the world.
Raw, unprocessed information.
Programs containing instructions that direct the operation of the computer system and the written documentation that explains how to use the programs.
A single-user computer capable of performing its own input, processing, output, and storage.
Data that has been processed to make it useful for a specific purpose, such as making a decision.
An electronic device capable of interpreting and executing program instructions and data and performing the required operations to produce the desired results.
A type of software that creates a user interface and supports the workings of computer devices and software programs that perform specific jobs.
All physical components that compose the system unit and other devices connected to it, such as a keyboard or monitor.
Jefferson's biggest mistake as President
Meeting that led to the end of the Federalist Party
Name the biggest American victory of the war of 1812?
This issue was a key cause of the War of 1812
Name the leader who gained national fame at New Orleans
The time of political harmony after the War of 1812 was called...
This foreign policy statement warned European nations to stay out of our hemisphere
Washington's Secretary of War was...
This incident proved the effectiveness of the new Constitution
Name the scandal over bribes with France during the Federalist Era
Which sentence uses a pronoun?
Which sentence uses a pronoun?
Which sentence uses a possessive pronoun?
Which sentence uses an interrogative pronoun?
Which sentence uses a demonstartive pronoun?
Which sentence uses a reflexsive pronoun?
Which sentence uses an intensive pronoun?
What is a subject pronoun?
What is an object pronoun?
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Part of the urinary system that filters the blood
Tiny filtering factories in your kidneys that remove waster from blood and produce urine.
sac-like muscular organ that stores urine
Small tube connected to the urinary bladder where urine leaves the body.
Watery fluid that contains urea and other wastes.
Chemical produced in the body when proteins are broken down.
How do kidneys help with excretion?
What is the process of expelling urine from the body?
Tiny tube that connects the kidney to the bladder
Which correctly explains the term nullification?
According to the Missouri Compromise, slavery was not to exist north of what border?
Which accurately describes the Supreme Court ruling in the Dred Scott case?
Which accurately describes the southerns states reaction to the election of Abraham Lincolns in 1860?
Which individual, though he argued against secession, would become vice pressident of the Confederacy?
California entered the Uhion as a free state, the Fugitive Slave Act was enacted and voting would decided the issue of slavery in the future. These statements describe
What is states rights?
What was the most common form of labor before the Civil War?
Why were people from Africa brought to Georiga?
The purpose of the Fugitive Slave Act was to
Which of the following were NOT part of the Bourbon Triumvirate?
One of the largest African-American owned businesses in the United States, Atlanta Life Insurance Company, was started by whom?
The Populist Party supported the rights of the common people. One of its key supporters was
Place these Bourbon Triumvirate governors in the order from first to last.
Rebecca Latimer Felton helped influence the end of what?
Which member of the Bourbon Triumvirate increased state industry in the 1880's?
The 1877 Georgia State Constitution was approved during which governor's term of office?
This newspaper man was known as the voice of the New South. Who was he?
In the lawsuit, Plessy v. Ferguson, Homer Plessy went to court because
Who said that black men should cast down their buckets where they are, in his Atlanta Compromise Speech?
The Pidemont haibitat is known for its _____ clay and rolling hills.
Quartz, marble, and granite can be found in the _________ habitat.
_______________ is the highest point in Georgia.
Which habitat is home to over 27 species of salamanders?
The fall line forms the _____ border of the Piedmont region.
The Piedmont region has forests of _____, _____, and ______.
Cove forests can be found in the _________ habitat.
Which of the following words means how high something is above sea level?
A living thing is also known as an _________.
An area of gently rolling land between a coast and a mountain is the ________.
All living and nonliving things that exist and interact in one place are known as_____.
A place where a plant or animal lives is known as its _______.
The Eastern screech owl and our nation's bird, the bald eagle, are found in the ___________ habitat.
Some of Georgia's oldest ________ are found in the mountain region.
Birds like the nuthatch, warbler, and woodpecker have curved beaks that help them find seeds in the forest trees. They have short claws that help them grip and rest on tree branches. In which habitat would you most likely find them?
Georgia's mountain habitat contains 2 mountain ranges. They are the _____________ and ______________.
If a bird has keen eyesight, sharp talons, and a sharp, curved, pointed beak is most likely will eat __________.
River otters, opossums, raccoons, squirrels, and deer are animals that can be found in the ______________.
Salamanders, bobcats, gray foxes, beavers, and woodchucks can be found in the Georgia ___________.
_____________ is the Cherokee name for Brasstown Bald.
The International Cotton Exposition was intended to
Using a work force from the local prisons was known as
Rebecca Latimer Felton was very interested in the voting rights of women, known as
The county unit system was established
Jim Crow Laws were established to
1906 Atlanta riots began because of
What was the Atlanta Life Insurance Company known for?
This trio of men was established to maintain old southern traditions while creating stronger economic ties with the North.
The temperance movement targeted
This African-American disagreed with Booker T. Washington's Atlanta Compromise Speech.
Which of the following leaders used modernization to successfully keep their countries from foreign control?
Which of the following lost the Crimean War?
Which of the following was modernized by King Mongkut and Chulalongkorn?
Which U.S. interest group pushed for the annexation of Hawaii?
Why did American sugar planters overthrow Queen Liliuokalani?
What was Britain's state reason for taking control of the Suez Canal?
Why did some U.S. business leaders want Hawaii to be annexed to the United States?
Why did the British style of government in Nigeria work better with the Hausa-Fulani than the Igbo and Yoruba?
Why did the Maji Maji rebellion fail?
Why did thousands of Boers move north in the Great Trek?
Why did Western nations desire lands in the Pacific Rim?
Why is Ram Mohun Roy considered the Father of Modern India?
Why was India called the jewel in the crown?
Which European monarch lost an African colony based on worldwide pressure related to human rights abuses?
The European policy of paternalism reflected the belief that Africans should be
The main difference between European colonies and protectorates in Africa had to do with their
The main reason for British colonization of Singapore was to obtain use of its
The sepoys were
The Suez Canal was built through the combined efforts of the
The term Raj is used to refer to the period of Indian history during which India was
What event BEST illustrates geopolitics - an interest in taking land for strategic purposes?
What happened as a result of the Berlin Conference of 1884-1885?
What happened as a result of the Sepoy Mutiny?
What set the stage for Vietnamese resistance against the French?
What was the main cause of inadequate food supplies in Africa during European colonization?
What was the main purpose of the Berlin Conference of 1884-1885?
What was the main reason for the Crimean War?
Which nation adopted and then largely abandoned the policy of assimilation in Africa?
Which of the following best describes the national boundaries that existed in Africa at the end of the 19th century?
According to Ram Mohun Roy, in order to successfully move towards independence, Indians had to
All of the following places are located on the Pacific Rim EXCEPT
All of the following were causes of the Sepoy Mutiny EXCEPT
As a direct result of the Spanish-American War, the United States acquired all of the following EXCEPT
By 1914, the Ottoman Empire
Emilio Aguinaldo fought for the independence of
What role did paternalism play in European governance of its colonies?
How did Menelik II differ from other 19th-century African leaders?
How did Menelik II keep colonial interests out of Ethiopia?
How were Muhammad Ali's policies and European colonial policies similar?
In 1907, which of the following was divided into spheres of influence by Russia and Britain?
Malaysia became the world's leading exporter of
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What is the definition of radioactive?
What is the definition of enzymes?
What is the definition of microscope?
What is the definition of cell?
What is the definition of nucleus?
What is the definition of chromosomes?
Which chemical cycle uses bacteria to fix gases from the air?
The interconnected pathway through which water is recycled through abiotic and biotic components of the biosphere is called
In the nitrogen cycle, bacteria combine nitrogen gas with hydrogen to form ammonia in the process of _______.
Which of the following organisms is primarily responsible for nitrogen-fixation?
Which of the following recycle matter through an ecosystem? I. the water cycle II. the carbon cycle III. the nitrogen cycle
Which statement best describes a biogeochemical cycle?
In terms of carbon and the atmosphere, autotrophs
_____ is the process through which water falls from clouds in the form of rain, snow and freezing rain.
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration are both involved in the
The phosphorus cycle is the biogeochemical cycle that describes the movement of phosphorus through the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and ________.
What term describes the path that each planet travels around the Sun?
A pet-store owner has a theory that when breeding fish the number of rocks and plants in the tank increases the survival rate of baby fish. Which experiment best describes how the store owner would determine how many baby fish survive?
An educated guess that can be tested by an experiment is called
Which best describes a mineral?
Which question cannnot be answered through scientific inquiury?
Which of Earth's layers has the following characteristics? Its regions are both made of iron and nickel. The outer region is molten, while the inner region is solid. It is the hottest of Earth's layers.
Which has definite volume, but no definite shape?
Why does the Sun appear brighter than the surrounding stars?
Which two particles can be found in the nucleus?
What is the term for water that falls from the sky?
The biome that has the greatest number of conifers is __________.
Organisms inhabiting tropical rain forests might include __________.
The major difference between the tundra and taiga biomes is that tundra has _________.
Which of the following is a terrestrial biome?
The biome with warm temperatures and high rainfall is __________.
A biome is
Biodiversity is greatest in which biome?
The eastern portion of the United States is dominated by what biome?
Which of these biomes receives little annual precipitation?
Which biome typically has four distinct seasons?
Who was Joseph Cinque
Who helped defend the Amistad Africans?
Why did President Van Buren want to return Aficans to Cuba?
Which of the following Senatros felt the Compromise of 1850 did not support the South enough?
Who introduced the Compromise of 1850
Why were northerners upset when Daniel Webster voted in favor of the Compromise of 1850?
Missouri Compromise made Missouri a slve state, and Maine a free state. What else did the Missouri Compromise do?
What was the right of residents to vote whether their territory would enter the Union as free or slave state?
What new political party formed against the spread of slavery in the western territories?
Who was responsible for Kansas-Nebraska Act?
Why did some southerners champion the action of Preston Brooks?
Who led his followers to kidnap and murder five proslavery settlers in Kansas?
Why was Kansas called Bleeding Kansas?
On what grounds did Dred Scott go to court to sue for his freedom?
What did Chief Justice Roger Taney say in his opinion in the Dred Scott Case?
What made the MIssouri Compromise unconstitutional?
Why was Oberlin a popular destinatino on the Underground Railroad
Who escaped slavery from deep in the South by pretending to be an injured white man?
What did abolitionists want?
Between what years was the Underground Railroad most active?
What is the smallest unit of life?
What is the name of the soft outside covering of a cell?
This controls what comes in and out of a cell
This is the gel like fluid that fills most of the cell.
What is the nucleus' job?
What are vacuoles?
Some organisms are made of just one cell
What is the job of the mitochondria?
All cells are the same size
Plants have cells too.
What belongs last in paragraph 1?
The thesis is made up of ______ and _______.
Paragraphs 2-5 must begin with__________.
What should you do when you finish you essay?
What is the transition for paragraph 5?
How many sentences are in paragraph 5?
Sentence 4 in paragraph 5 must begin with ______.
Sentence 1 in paragraph 5 must include ______.
When because is used in the thesis write _______.
When such as is used in the thesis write _______.
A STRONG past participle ends in...
A weak past participle ends in...
Conversational past has 2 elements:
You form a weak past participle this way:
You form a STRONG past participle this way:
The helping verb can be...
What's the helping verb? WIR _____ SOFTBALL GESPIELT.
What's the helping verb? WIR ____ ZUR SCHULE GEFAHREN.
Where does the past participle go?
You can tell the helping verb is HABEN if there is a:
The heliocentric, or sun-centered, theory was proposed by
Francis Bacon helped to develop
Isaac Newton explained the
In general, the philosophes believed in which of the following
European art of the 1600s and early 1700s was dominated by a grand, orante style called
The Declaration of Independence was written by
What was Montesquieu's influence on the U.S. Constitution?
Which of the following were caused by the scientific revolution?
How did the Declaration of Independence embody Enlightenment ideals?
Which of the following men contradicted the ideas of the U.S. Constitution?
Which of the following reflects the correct sequence of steps used in the scientific process?
The philosophes influences Catherine the Greath's
The Bill of Rights was influenced by
Which of the following is true of the neoclassical style of art?
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Muhammad Ali instituted a series of reforms in the military and in the economy of
One result of the Sepoy Mutiny was that
Queen Liliuokalani was the last monarch of
Which battle was the bloodiest one day battle of the Civil War?
What was the purpose of Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation?
The battle of Chickamauga was fought as the Union were on their way to
Atlanta's military importance to the Confederacy is that is was the
Sherman's March to the Sea was intended to
During the Civil War Andersonville was
Which major Civil War battle resulted in the most casualties on both sides?
What was the purpose of the Union Blockade?
After what Battle was the Emancipation Proclamation issued?
Who was the Union commander during the Atlanta Campaign?
Which amendment to the Constitution abolished slavery?
Which amendment to the Constitution granted blacks citizenship rights?
Which amendment to the Constitution granted black men the right to vote?
During reconstruction the intent of the Ku Klux Klan was to
Which organization help blacks register to vote, help former slaves and helped poor southern whites?
Following the Civil War most freedmen in the South made their living as
The radical republican plan for Reconstruction was meant to
Why was President Lincon's Reconstruction plan not enacted?
Henry McNeal Turner was expelled from his seat in the Georgia stat legistature on the grounds that he did not
With whom did sharecroppers have to share their harvest?
At the equator (0 degrees latitude) there is a low pressure belt called the
Because of the Coriolis Effect,
The westerlies are the
Which of the following is not true about ocean currents?
El Nino happens because
What are the areas at about 30 degrees north and 30 degrees south latitude where sinking air creates an area of high pressure and very little wind?
Local winds
During a La Nina year the
What are narrow belts of high speed winds in the upper atmosphere that do not follow regular paths around the earth.
Differences in ________________________ create wind.
The Gulf Stream
What is the study of Earth?
The process by which the continents split apart from a single landmass
Which of the following is not a type of plate boundary?
What type of boundary forms mountains, volcanoes, and islands?
Which type of boundary causes the sea floor to spread and mid-ocean ridges?
What geologic event can occur at any type of boundary?
Which can scientists most likely conclude from discovering tropical plant fossils at the North Pole?
Fossils of warm-weather plants were found on an island in the Arctic Ocean. What can best be concluded from this discovery?
Where does sea-floor spreading occur?
The type of rock that is made of hardened sediment
the type of rock formed when melted rock cools and hardens
the type of rock formed when existing rock is exposed to high heat, high pressure or both.
Which of the following is NOT an example of relative age?
How can a sedimentary rock change into a metamorphic rock?
Which of the following is NOT an example of absolute age?
The law that states the layer on the bottow is the oldest layer, and the layer on top is the youngest
35. Radioactive dating is used to find
h. The break or crack, in Earth’s surface along which movement occurs is called a
32. Which part of Earth’s history is best shown by analysis of ice cores?
34. Trilobite is an example of an index fossil. Which best describes the criteria necessary for a fossil to be used as an index fossil?
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..... a beach near John's house.
..... two policemen in that car?
..... a big cinema next to our school?
..... pens are there in your pencilcase?
..... pasta do you usually eat?
..... bottles of water can you see?
..... water do you usually drink?
..... any fresh meat in the fridge today.
..... some slices of pizza for you.
What happens when forces act in the same direction on a object?
_______________ is a measure of the force of gravity
The law of universal gravitation states that any two objects with mass will
Forces can only be added if they are
According to Newton's 3rd Law of Motion, when a baseball bat strikes and exerts a force on a ball, the ball
Force is described by its
_____________ and ______________ affect the gravitational attraction between objects.
According to Newton's 2nd Law of Motion, ____________ depends on the object's mass and the net force acting on the object.
________________ depends on the type of surfaces involved and how hard they are pressed together.
According to Newton's 3rd Law of Motion, the strength of the reaction force is _____________ the strength of the action force.
Eclectic:
Fallacy:
Garbled:
Haphazard:
Immaterial:
Judicious:
Lackluster:
Marred:
Nonchalance:
Obscure:
What is a substance that is made of two or more elements that are chemically combined?
What is an example of a physical change?
What is an example of a chemical change?
How is a compound different from a mixture?
What is true about mixtures?
What is true about compounds?
Which is a heterogeneous mixture?
What is an example of a homogenous mixture?
What are the two parts to a solution?
What part of the solution dissolves?
What part of a solution does the dissolving?
Which of the following would NOT create a solution?
Chemicals are used to separate suspensions in the process of
Big pieces dissolve __________________ than small pieces.
Which is the weakest solution?
When the solute stops dissolving, you have a __________________ solution.
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Congress has 2 houses, they are...
When a congressman refers to the people they represent, they are called
Interest groups hire former legislators to work as:
Interest groups have powerful fundraising tools called?
Your House of Representatives congressman is:
A state's number of representatives is based on...?
Only congress can....
The Speaker of the House is...?
The leader of the Senate is...?
Most of the work done on making laws happens in...?
The president can stop a law through a process called...?
There are many types of committees. Which does not belong?
How many members are there in the Senate
A balanced chemical equation allows one to determine the
The coefficients in a chemical equation represent the
Actual yield must be determined by
The actual yield of a chemical reaction is generally
To determine the limiting reactant in a chemical reaction involving known masses of the two reactants, which of the following would be most useful?
How many mole ratios can be correctly obtained from the chemical equation 2Al2O3(l) --- 4Al(s) + 3O2(g)?
In the equation 2KClO3---2KCl + 3O2, how many moles of oxygen are produced when 3.0 mol of KClO3 decompose completely?
In the equation 2Al2O3  4Al + 3O2, what is the mole ratio of aluminum to oxygen?
Fewer steps are required to solve stoichiometry problems when
For the reaction C + 2H2 -- CH4, how many moles of hydrogen are required to produce 10 mol of methane, CH4?
Which reactant controls the amount of product formed in a chemical reaction?
For the reaction 2H2 + O2 -- 2H2O, how many grams of water are produced from 6.00 mol of hydrogen?
For the reaction 2Na + 2H2O -- 2NaOH + H2, how many grams of NaOH are produced from 3.0 mol of water?
For the reaction HCl + NaOH --- NaCl + H2O, how many moles of HCl are required to produce 150. g of water?
For the reaction Cl2 + 2KBr -- 2KCl + Br2, how many grams of KCl can be produced from 300. g of KBr?
For the reaction 2Na + Cl2 --- 2NaCl, how many grams of NaCl can be produced from 500. g of chlorine?
For the reaction SO3 + H2O ® H2SO4, calculate the percent yield if 500. g of sulfur trioxide react with excess water to produce 575 g of sulfuric acid.
For the reaction Cl2 + 2KBr ® 2KCl + Br2, calculate the percent yield if 200. g of chlorine react with excesspotassium bromide to produce 410. g of bromine.
What is the mole ratio of H2O to H3PO4 in the following chemical equation?
What is the ratio of the actual yield to the theoretical yield, multiplied by 100%?
What is the master endocrine gland because it connects the brain to the endocrine system? ?
Which of the following is a steroid hormone?
The tissue on which a hormone acts is the
The production of insulin by the pancreas is controlled by
The hormone that raises blood sugar by causing cells to convert glycogen to glucose is
The hormone that activate the fight or flight response are
Growth hormone is produced by the
Estrogen is produced by the
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