Vocabulary week 5

Term Definition
Intensive Pronoun refers to the subject directs the action of the verb
Possessive Pronoun Shows ownership
Subject Pronoun pronouns used as direct objects
Object pronoun used as direct object
Interrogative pronoun used to form question
Diction word choice
Ambiguous unclear meaning
Symbolism object represent or stands for something else
First person point of view the speaker is in the story ;uses the pronouns he or she
Third person point of view the speaker is not in the ; use the pronouns he or she

A&P ch. 17

Question Answer
Where are the most nutrients absorbed? Small Intestine
What is the hardest substance found in the tooth? Enamel
How many cuspids are normally found in an adult mouth? 4
Where does the Cystic Duct drain into? Gallbladder
Which division of the ANS inhibits digestion? Sympathetic
Which portion of the large intestine empties into the rectum? Sigmoid Colon
Which organ produces the protein digesting enzyme activated by HCL? Stomach
Which part of the small intestine receives food flowing through the pyloric sphincter? Duodenum
The vermiform appendix is attached to what? Cecum
What is the name of the salivary gland located under the tongue? Sublingual Gland
What substance neutralizes the acidity of highly acidic Chyme? Bicarbonate
What is formed by the merger of the Cystic Duct and the common hepatic duct? Common Bile Duct
Folds in the plasma membrane lining of the intestinal cells? Microvilli
Name tissues from the outermost to the innermost layer of the digestive trace wall. Serous Member
Smooth Muscle
Submucosa
Mucos
What leads to the production of bilirubin when destroyed? RBC
What nutrient is absorbed into specialized lymphatic vessels called Lacteals? FAT
Amylase An enzyme that digests STARCH
What is a muscular ring that controls the size of an opening? Sphincter
Chyme Acidic, semiliquid mixture of food and gastric juices formed by the stomach
Pancreas Secretes glucagon and digestive enzymes
Liver Stores glycogen
Common Bile Duct Delivers Bile to the duodenum
Enamel Hard substance that covers the crown of the tooth
Pharynx Common pathway for the respiratory and digestive systems
Parotid The Largest Salivary Gland
First part of the small intestine Duodenum
Absorption The process of nutrients passing from the digestive tract into the blood
What organ stores bile Gallbladder
Hepat/o Liver
3 Main functions of the Digestive system Digestion
Absorption
Elimination
Esophagus The muscular tube that transports food into the stomach

Chorus unit 1 notes

Question Answer
Quarter note receives one beat of sound
Quarter rest receives on beat of silence
Half note receives two beats of sound
Half rest receives two beats of silence
whole note receives four beats of sound
whole rest receives four beats of silence
Eighth note receives ? a beat of sound
Eighth rest receives ? a beat of silence
Sixteenth note receives ? a beat of sound
Sixteenth rest – receives ? a beat of silence
Staff five lines and four spaces where music is written
Measure the space between the barlines
Bar line a symbol that separates the notes into measures
Time signature a symbol that indicates how many beats
Key signature indicates where the tonic is located
Double bar line indicates the end of a song or a section of a song
Treble clef indicates notes higher than middle C
Bass clef indicates notes lower than middle C
Step moving from one note to the next without skipping any notes

Skip moving from one note to the next while skipping only one note
Leap moving from one note to the next while skipping more than one note
Tonic the home note

Line note a note that has a line going through the notehead
Space note a note that is between two lines on the staff
Grand staff a staff that is created when two staves are joined together

Chorus notes 1

Term Definition
Quarter note receives one beat of sound
Quarter rest receives on beat of silence
Half note receives two beats of sound
Half rest receives two beats of silence
Whole note receives four beats of sound
Whole rest receives four beats of silence
Eighth note receives ? a beat of sound
Eighth rest receives ? a beat of silence
Sixteenth note receives ? a beat of sound
Sixteenth rest receives ? a beat of silence
Staff five lines and four spaces where music is written
Measure the space between the barlines
Bar line a symbol that separates the notes into measures
Time signature a symbol that indicates how many beats
Key signature indicates where the tonic is located
Double bar line indicates the end of a song or a section of a song
Treble clef indicates notes higher than middle C
Bass clef indicates notes lower than middle C
Step moving from one note to the next without skipping any notes
Skip moving from one note to the next while skipping only one note
Leap moving from one note to the next while skipping more than one note
Tonic the home note
Line note a note that has a line going through the notehead
Space note a note that is between two lines on the staff
Grand staff a staff that is created when two staves are joined together

geography

Term Definition
Location Tells you where it is
Place What is it like when you get there
Movement People and ideas get around
Human environment interaction What do the people do to the environment? What does the
Regions What do locations have in common?– Climate, religion, language, education, states are territories – borders of a nation
Hemisphere- – Half of a sphere
[Earth is separated into north and south hemisphere and east and west hemisphere]
Latitude measures south and north and run from east and west– like the rungs of a ladder
Longitude measures east and west and the lines run from north to south
Prime Meridian 0 degrees longitude and divides the earth into east and west
Equator 0 degrees Latitude and divides the earth into north and south hemispheres
Compass shows ‘cardinal direction’ NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST

Until 1,chapter 1 Joseph

Question Answer
republic A republic is a government.
Julius Caesar A military hero became romes dictator for life.
assassinate It means to muder a well known or important person.
Augustus an emperor of the Roman Empire whose the period.
Pax Romana A period of peace
Diocletian One person to rule

Mrs.Jewls

Question Answer
SQUASHING crushing or flattening something
SPECIALY a certain skill or knowledge of something
ShIFTED something has move or changed position
COLLAPSED when something has fallen down and fallen apart
STRUGGLED to try very hard but still have difficulty

Unit1 chapter1 Rogelio Diaz

Term Definition
republic the citizens have the right to vote.
Julius Caesar he was a hero to many people.
assassinate a person that murders.
Augustus which a great holy one.
Pax Romana a period of peace.
Diocletian he took all the power.

Classification

Term Definition
Classification The division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on specific characteristics
Archaebacteria a kingdom made up of bacteria that live in extreme environments
Fungi a kingdom made up of nongreen, eukaryotic organisms that have no means of movement, reproduce by using spores, and get food by breaking down substances in their surrounding and absorbing the nutrients.
Taxonomy the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
Eubacteria a kingdom that contains all prokaryotes except archaebacteria
Plantae the taxonomic kingdom comprising all plants.
Dichotomous key an acid that is used to identify organisms and that consists of the answers to a series of questions
Protista of eukaryotic organisms that are unicellular and sometimes colonial or less often multicellular and that typically include the protozoans, most algae, and often some fungi
Animalia a kingdom made up of complex, multi – cellular organisms that lack cell walls, can usually move around, and quickly respond to their environment