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apps
(Quiz)

1) sdsd : fsf

Created on September 17, 2014
# of questions: 1

Acct. Week 1-2 Vocabulary
(Quiz)

1) The process of planning, pricing, promoting, selling, and distributing, ideas, goods and services to create exchanges that satisfy customers. : Marketing
2) Tangible items that have monetary value and satisfy your needs, wants : Goods
3) Intangible items that have monetary value & satisfy your needs and wants : Services
4) ADDED VALUE; an attribute of goods & services that make them capable of satisfying consumers 'wants and needs : Utility
5) Involves changing raw material into usable goods OR putting parts together to make them more useful : Form Utility

Created on September 16, 2014
# of questions: 21

Acct. Week 1-2 Vocabulary Quiz
(Quiz)

1) The process of planning, pricing, promoting, selling, and distributing, ideas, goods and services to create exchanges that satisfy customers. : Marketing
2) Tangible items that have monetary value and satisfy your needs, wants : Goods
3) Intangible items that have monetary value & satisfy your needs and wants : SERVICES
4) ADDED VALUE; an attribute of goods & services that make them capable of satisfying consumers 'wants and needs : UTILITY
5) Involves changing raw material into usable goods OR putting parts together to make them more useful : FORM UTILITY

Created on September 16, 2014
# of questions: 21

Ch 6 Adaptive Immunity
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1) Describe adaptive immunity : -Antigens: foreign invader -Specificity: lock and key -Memory: ”remember” the antigen
2) Describe active vs passive immunity : -Active immunity: Antibodies or T cells produced after either a natural exposure to an antigen or after immunization -Passive immunity: Preformed antibodies or T-lymphocytes are transferred from a donor to a recipient Transfer through placenta for example
3) What are the different classes of antibodies? : IgG, IgA, IgM, IgE, and IgD
4) Describe IgG : -Most abundant class (80%-85%) -Transported across the placenta -Four classes: IgG1, IgG2, IgG3, and IgG4
5) Describe IgA : Two classes: -IgA1 molecules are found predominantly in the blood -IgA2 molecules are found predominantly in normal body secretions

Created on September 16, 2014
# of cards: 8

voc
(Quiz)

1) Subdued : Relax
2) Menacing : Depressed
3) Vivid : Colorful
4) Shifty : Loco
5) Adamant : Determind

Created on September 16, 2014
# of questions: 10

Ch 5 Innate Defenses: Inflammation
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1) What is the first line of defense? : -Innate resistance: (Natural immunity including physical, mechanical, and biochemical barriers)
2) What is the second line of defense? : Inflammation- redness, swelling, heat, pain
3) What is the third line of defense? : Adaptive (acquired) immunity
4) What are the physical and mechanical barriers of the first line of defense? : -Skin -Linings of the gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and respiratory tracts: Sloughing off of cells Coughing and sneezing Flushing Vomiting Mucus and cilia
5) What are the biochemical barriers of the first line of defense? : -Synthesized and secreted saliva, tears, ear wax, sweat, and mucus -Antimicrobial peptide: secreted by epithelial cells -Normal bacterial flora: Protects against pathogens Can be wiped out by antibiotic use resulting in opportunistic infections like C. diff and yeast infections

Created on September 16, 2014
# of cards: 19

Mrs.Rhyner
(Flashcard)

1) Subdued : relax
2) Menacing : intimidating / causing problems
3) Vivid : colorful
4) Shifty : sneaky
5) Adamant : determind

Created on September 16, 2014
# of cards: 10

Acct. Week 1-2 Vocabulary
(Flashcard)

1) The process of planning, pricing, promoting, selling, and distributing, ideas, goods and services to create exchanges that satisfy customers. : Marketing
2) Tangible items that have monetary value and satisfy your needs, wants : Goods
3) Intangible items that have monetary value & satisfy your needs and wants : Services
4) ADDED VALUE; an attribute of goods & services that make them capable of satisfying consumers 'wants and needs : Utility
5) Involves changing raw material into usable goods OR putting parts together to make them more useful : Form Utility

Created on September 16, 2014
# of cards: 21

Ch. 4 Fluids and Electrolytes, Acids and Bases
(Flashcard)

1) Describe Edema : -Accumulation of fluid within the interstitial spaces
2) What causes edema : -Increase in capillary hydrostatic pressure: venous obstruction (PVD) or volume overload -Decrease in plasma oncotic pressure: decreased plasma albumin in liver disease or malnutrition -Increases in capillary permeability: inflammation and immune response -Lymph obstruction: lymphedema
3) Describe ADH and its purpose : -ADH (antidiuretic hormone) secretion: Tells the kidney’s to hold onto water-->happens when hyperosmolality (too much stuff in the water, decrease in water=increase osmolality, ex: salty water) -->Fix this by adding more water-->dilutes the salt water
4) What controls thirst perception? : -Baroreceptors: volume sensitive, also stimulate release of ADH -Osmolality receptors: Hyperosmolality and plasma volume depletion (decrease in water)
5) Describe sodium and its role in the acid base balance : -Primary ECF cation (“t” for +) -Regulates osmotic forces -Roles: neuromuscular irritability, acid-base balance, and cellular chemical reactions and membrane transport

Created on September 16, 2014
# of cards: 20

spanish
(Quiz)

1) yo : tengo

Created on September 16, 2014
# of questions: 1

BRC 108 Test #1
(Study Guide)


Created on September 16, 2014
# of steps: 1

History test 1
(Quiz)
exploring social study's
1) WHAT ARE ECOSYSTEMS? : A TYPE OF PHYSICAL SYSTEM .
2) WHAT ARE EXAMPLE OF ECOSYSTEMS : WATER, PLANTS AND ANIMALS
3) WHAT ARE THE 5 THEMES OF GEOGRAPHY? : LOCATION , PLACE , REGIONS, MOVEMENT AND HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION.
4) WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCE? : PRIMARY: WRITE THE EVENT WHEN ACTUALLY THERE. SECONDARY: WRITE THE EVENT WHEN NOT THERE.
5) WHAT TYPES OF THINKING SKILLS DOES HISTORIAN NEED? : UNDERSTANDING CAUSE AND EFFECT, PREDICTING CONSEQUENCES , DISTINGUISHING FACT FROM OPINION AND DRAWING INFERENCE CONCLUSION.

Created on September 16, 2014
# of questions: 33

chem test #2
(Study Guide)

1) electronegativity : ability to attract electrons within a chemical

Created on September 16, 2014
# of steps: 1

Native Amercans in Tenessee
(Study Guide)


Created on September 16, 2014
# of steps: 1

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