lugares places

Term Definition
el aeropuerto the airport
el hotel the hotel
el banco the bank
el restaurant the restaurant
el centro downtown
el mercado the market
el cementerio the cemetery
el museo the musuem
la tienda de ropa clothing store
la tienda de artesanias the gift store
la playa the beach
las ruinas the ruins
el parque the park
el cafe the coffee shop
el cine the movie theatrek
la plaza de toros bullring
el estadio the stadium

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Question Answer
El aeropuerto the airport
El hotel the hotel
El banco the bank
El restaurante the restaurant
El centro downtown
El mercado the market
El cementerio the cementary
El museo the museum
La tienda de ropa clothing store
La tienda de artesanias the gift store
La playa the beach
Las ruinas the ruins
El parque the park
El cafe the coffee shop
El cine the movie theatre
La plaza de toros bullring
El estadio the stadium
El desfile the parade
La fiesta the party
Los fuegos artificiales fireworks

Lugares Places

Term Definition
aeropuerto airport
hotel hotel
banco bank
restaurant restaurant
centro downtown
mercado market
cementerio cemetery
museo museum
tienda de ropa clothing store
tienda de artesanias gift store
playa beach
cafe coffee shop

Ch.4

Term Definition
civil liberties freedoms to think and act without government interference or fear of unfair legal treatment
censorship the banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or offensive ideas
petition a formal request for government action
slander spoken untruths that are harmful to someone's reputation
libel written untruths that are harmful to someone's reputation
search warrant a court order allowing law enforcement officers to search a suspect's home or business and take specific items as evidence
indictment a formal charge by a grand jury
grand jury a group of citizens that decides whether there is sufficient evidence to accuse someone of a crime
double jeopardy putting someone on trial for a crime of which he or she was previously acquitted
due process following established legal procedures
eminent domain the right of government to take private property for public use
bail a sum of money used as a security deposit to ensure that an accused person returns for his or her trial
suffrage the right to vote
poll tax a sum of money required of voters before hey are permitted to cast a ballot
discrimination unfair treatment based on prejudice against a certain group
segregation the social separation of races
civil rights the rights of full citizenship and equality under the law
affirmative action programs intended to make up for past discrimination by helping minority groups and women gain access to jobs and opportunities
racial profiling singling out an individual as a suspect due to appearance of ethnicity

Skeletal System Medical Terminology Skeletal System

Question Answer
Oss/e, Oss/i, Oste/o, Ost/o Bones
myel/o bone marrow
chondr/o cartilage
arthr/o joints
ligament/o ligaments
synovi/o synovial
burs/o bursa
ankylosis loss of mobility due to injury, disease or surgery (ankyl means crooked, bent or stiff and osis means abnormal condition)
Arthralgia joint paint
bursitis inflammation of the bursa
chondroma tumor growth in cartilage cells
chondromalacia abnormal softening of cartilage
synovitis inflammation of synovial membrane
arthritis inflammation of joint
osteoarthritis bone and joint inflammation
osteodynia or ostealgia bone pain
osteitis inflammation of the bone
osteomalacia abnormal softening of the bone
osteomyelitis inflammation of the bone and bone marrow
osteonecrosis death of bone tissue – usually caused by insufficient blood supply, infection, cancer or trauma
myeloma tumor derived from bone marrow
osteochondroma bone and cartilage tumor
Porosis porous condition
osteoporosis loss of bone density re/to increase in bone porosity – means bone less dense
Fx fracture
arthrocentesis surgical puncture of a joint to remove synovial fluid
arthroscopy visual examination of a joint
bursectomy surgical removal of bursa
chondroplasty surgical repair of cartilage
synovectomy surgical removal of synovial membrane – this is done to repair joint damage
arthroplasty surgical repair of joint
diskectomy surgical removal of intervertebral disk
craniectomy surgical removal of portion of the skull
cranioplasty surgical repair of the skull
ostectomy surgical removal of a bone
osteoplasty surgical repair of a bone
osteotomy surgical incision of a bone – usually done to realign after surgery or arthritis
arthrodesis surgical immobilization of a joint by fusing adjacent bones together
herniated disk spinal disks bulge out of their designated space
ruptured disk spinal disks break open
This type of arthritis usually affects smaller joints of the hands and feet Rheumatoid Arthritis
Knee and elbow are what types of joints hinge joints
Function of the phalanges movement
Type of joint is the neck pivot
Function of the sternum organ protetion
Function of the femur weight bearing
The calcaneus is what? heal bone
The ischium is located? pelvis

Micro Exam 1

Question Answer
Antony van Leeuwenhoek Discovered tiny "animals" in pond water
Robert Hooke found microbes looking at bread mold
Louis Pasteur discovered biogenesis with the swan-necked flask
Spontaneous Generation life comes from nonlife
Biogenesis living things come from other living things
Germ theory of disease disease are caused by microbes
emerging disease disease new to a population
example: zika
re-emerging disease disease we thought had gone away but is back. could be because people stop getting vaccinated
normal microbiota aka normal flora. prevent disease and aid digestion
pathogens disease causing microbes
microorganism vs. microbe alive vs. not alive
3 domains of microorganisms bacteria, archaea, eukarya
3 kinds of microbes viruses, viroids, prions
prokaryotes include… bacteria and archaea
eukaryokes include… only eukarya
4 types of eukaryotes algae, protozoa, fungi, helminths
do not have membrane bound nucleus prokaryotes
have membrane-bound nucleus and organelles eukaryotes
in general the sizes from smallest to biggest in the microbial world… viruses, prokaryotes, eukaryotes
shapes bacteria can be rods, coccus, diplococcus, spiral
how to bacteria multiply? binary fission
what about bacteria cell walls is unique? contains peptidoglycan
how do archaea multiply? binary fission
do archaea have peptidoglycan? nope
prions are made of…? protein
viroids are made of…? rna
viruses are made of…? dna or rna and surrounded by a protein coat
describe how scientific name is written genus is capitalized and species name is not
4 classes of organic polymers carbs, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids (dna rna)
monomer of carbohydrates monosaccharide
monomer of lipids fatty acids
monomer of protein amino acid
monomer of nucleic acid nucleotides
3 types of chemical bonds ionic covalent hydrogen
difference between the bonds? ionic: electron is transferred
covalent: electron is shared
hydrogen: h atom bonds with a highly electronegative atom
hydrophobic/hydrophilic nonpolar molecules repel water/molecules that bond with water
what microscope would we use for bacteria? for viruses? bright field microscope
electron microscope
light microscope magnify up to 1000x
electron microscope magnify up to 100,000x
atomic forcec microscope images of individual atoms on the surface
transmission electron microscope looks… inside the cell
scanning electron microscope looks… surface of the microbe
what color does gram positive stain?
gram negative/
purple
pink
endocytosis/exocytosis things coming into cell/things being pushed out
prokaryotes divide by… binary fission
arobe/anarobe makes atp with oxygen present/can make atp without oxygen
autotrophs/chemotrophs produce their own food from resources around them/get energy from electron donors

Civics – Chapter 14 Vocabulary Terms and Definitions

Term Definition
County Normally the largest territorial and political subdivision of a state
County Seat A town where the county courthouse is located
Ordinance A law, usually of a city or county
Incorporate To receive a state charter, officially recognizing the government of a locality
Charter A written document granting land and the authority to set up colonial governments; or a government document granting permission to organize a corporation
Home Rule Allows cities to write their own charters, choose their own type of government, and manage their own affairs
At-Large Election An election for an area as a whole; for example, statewide
Public Policy The course of action the government takes in response to an issue or problem
Special District A unit of government that deals with a specific function, such as education, water supply, or transportation
Balanced Budget Annual budget in which expenditures equal revenues

Numeros numbers in Spanish

Term Definition
uno 1
dos 2
tres 3
cuatro 4
cinco 5
seis 6
siete 7
ocho 8
nueve 9
diez 10
once 11
doce 12
trece 13
catorce 14
quince 15
dieciseis 16
diecisiete 17
dieciocho 18
diecinueve 19
veinte 20
veintiuno 21
treinta 30
cuarenta 40
cincuenta 50
sesenta 60
setenta 70
ochenta 80
noventa 90
cien 100

CH4

Term Definition
civil liberties freedoms to think and act without government interference or fear of unfair legal treatment
censorship the banning of printed materials or films due to alarming or offensive ideas
petition a formal request for government action
slander spoken untruths that are harmful to someones reputation
libel written untruths that are harmful to ones reputation
search warrant a court order allowing law enforcement officers to search or inspect a suspects home or business and take specific items as evidence
indictment a formal charge by a grand jury
grand jury a group of citizens that decide whether there is sufficient evidence to convict a suspect of commiting a crime
double jeopardy putting someone on trial for a crime that he or she has previously commited
due process following established legal procedures
eminent domain the right of government to take private property for public use
bail a sum of money used as a security deposit to ensure that an accused person returns for his or her trial
suffrage the right to vote
poll tax a sum of money required of voters before they are permited to cast a ballot
discrimination unfair judgement based on prejudice against a certain group
segregation social seperation of races
civil rights the rights of full citizenship and equality under the law
affirmation action programs intended to make up for past discrimination by helping minority groups and women gain acces t jobs and opportunities
racial profiling singling out an individual as a suspect due to appearance of ethnicity

6.00 Selection/stora

Term Definition
Convenience store Open for customer convenience, usually 24 hrs. a day. Prices are typically higher than regular grocery stores.
Peak Hours Hours available in a store that tends to be less busy; ideal for saving time when shopping.
Electronic Ordering A process that allows ordering groceries over the internet, someone shops for you, and you go and pick them up.
Expiration Date The last date that a food product, should be used before it is considered spoiled or has lost quality and nutritional value, usually specified on the label or package.
Farmer's Market A place to shop for groceries that is usually local and has fresh fruits and vegetables available for sale.
Fixed Expense A component of a budget that stays the same each time payment is due.
Flexible Expense A component of a budget that can change based on want or usage.
Food Coop A group of people that combine time, money and effort to buy foods together to save money and increase the freshness of products at the same time. Local produce is typically the main food component.
Food Spending Plan A method that helps a person to keep track of the money available and spent on foods.
Frozen Foods Foods that are purchased in the freezer section of the grocery store and are to be stored in the freezer after getting home.
Dry Storage Food items stored in a cabinet and do not require refrigeration or freezing.
Health Store A specialty store where foods considered beneficial for a particular area of health. Prices tend to be higher.
Wilted Produce that has lost its crispness and is limp.
Meal Manager Someone who uses resources to reach goals related to preparing and serving food. Resources include time, income, and availability.
Household Spending Plan The monetary plan that helps a family or individual meets its goals.
Nutrition Label Attached to a food that has a listing of nutrients available in the food and is used to plan for health and nutrition.
Promptly Immediately. Without hesitation or time lapse.
Refrigeration A storage area for foods kept at 33-41 degrees for food safety.
Sell by date The last date by which a food product should be sold before removed from grocery shelves.
Supercenter Larger stores where groceries, cleaning supplies, and personal needs items may be purchased.
Use by date The date found on food packaging that indicates when a food should be used by for highest quality and nutrition.
Value System A set of rules by which people determine what is the most important to them.
Warehouse Large stores where groceries and items may be purchased, in bulk.
Guideline A rule to follow that meets or exceeds the needs for a specific topic.