Flashcards in Review 3 Deck (38):
Why is fluid pressure change linear with depth?
- Liquids are incompressible (density remains constant as depth changes)
- Gases are compressible (volume/density are not constant)
Control group is exposed to different treatment with known effect
Control group is not exposed to any treatment whatsoever => no response is expected
Osmotic pressure equation
n = MRT
- n = osmotic pressure
- M is total molarity
- R is gas constant
- T is 273 K
Ribosome protein synthesis proceeds from which terminus to which terminus?
N to C
What does Meiosis I result in?
2 haploid cells w/ 23 chromosomes each
- Each chromosome has 2 sister chromatids
Meiosis I in females => _______
Meiosis I => secondary oocyte (gamete) and polar body
What happens when secondary oocyte is fertilized?
Fertilize 2˙ oocyte => anaphase II
Normal part of preschool behavior where child plays by self but observes others and adjusts
Kinship of affinity
Related by choice
Society feeling fragmented and lacking cohesivness
Reducing frequency of rewards in operant conditioning
Who likes maturing later: males or females?
Death Always Brings Definite Acceptance
- Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
Owls Always Play Late Games
Smart People Cook Fish
Identifying with multiple cultures
Assimilation of culture
Interact with new culture and reject old culture
General strain theory
Negative events => negative emotions => negative behaviors
Individuals w/ weakened social values => worse behavior
Relative deprivation theory
Individuals who think they have less resources will try to get more
Behavior both influences/is influenced by personal factors and environment
What does aldosterone do?
Increases salt reabsorption
Excreted in urine due to hyperglycemia from fasting, exercise, diabetes
Help make up centrosomes and produce flagella/cilia
Neural tube cells form what?
Spine and brain
Neural crest cells form what?
Order of germ layer formation
Ectoderm => endoderm => mesoderm
Ectoderm forms what?
Outer skin, sweat glands, hair, nervous system
Endoderm forms what?
GI tract, lungs, esophagus, stomach, bladder, liver, SI, LI
Mesoderm forms what?
Muscle, cardiac muscle, bladder, inner skin, ovaries/testes, bones
Piaget first stage
- Object permanence
Piaget second stage
Piaget third stage
Concrete operational (7-11)