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BIOA02-Animal Behaviour I

1) The notion of the 'selfish' or 'immortal gene' was made by who> : Richard Dawkins
2) What does it mean to have a 'high relative fitness?' : Survive to sexual maturity and reproduce as much as possible
3) True or False? Fitness is only compared relative to individuals of different species,same population : False Fitness is only compared relative to individuals of the same species, same population
4) Define ethology : The study of animal behavior
5) Food, water, space,mates and time are all examples of what? : Limiting resources which organisms are always under pressure to obtain and maximize

Created on April 17, 2015
# of questions: 20

both topics
1) what are the features of discontinuous variation : -in categories -usually cause by one or two inherited genes -you either have it or you don't
2) what are the features of discontinuous variation : -caused by the environment or different genes -covers a wide range of data -no specific categories
3) would a mutation of better camouflage be helpful? why/why not? (long answer) : yes, because the animals can the hide from predators. this means that there is more of them to bred and the species will be alive for longer
4) how did the industrial revolution affect the light coloured moths : the trees became polluted meaning that the light coloured moths couldn't camouflage into them
5) how did the clean up law affect the dark coloured moths? : it meant that the trees became less polluted so the dark coloured moths couldnt camoflauge themselves into the trees

Created on April 17, 2015
# of questions: 33

LRE F. Life Cycle 2

1) living thing that makes their own food : producer
2) the process that converts sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into glucose : photosynthesis
3) a type of sugar that plants use for food : glucose
4) a gas that is released when people and animals breathe out : carbon dioxide
5) the gas animals breathe to live : oxygen

Created on April 17, 2015
# of questions: 11

H411 5.2.6 Quiz

1) ac : pertaining to
2) algia : pain
3) cele : hernia
4) centesis : surgical puncture
5) clasis : breaking

Created on April 17, 2015
# of questions: 41


1) what do i type : how does this work

Created on April 17, 2015
# of questions: 1

1) DELEGADOS DE PERSONAL : >=6<30=1 31-49=3 a partir de 50 son Junta 5 9 13 17 21 hasta 75

Created on April 17, 2015
# of questions: 1

Krabat 4/17

1) to bend, fit in : sich ein-fügen
2) to defy, resist : sich widersetzen
3) to be worried about : sich Sorgen machen um
4) to be on one's own : auf sich allein gestellt sein
5) to pay attention to : achten auf

Created on April 16, 2015
# of questions: 21

Bible 9th Grade: 1 & 2 Timothy Rvw
To study for a quiz I have tm.
1) Who wrote 1 & 2 Timothy? : Paul
2) 1 & 2 Timothy was written to ___. : Timothy
3) 1 Timothy was written to ____ Timothy in his pastoral role. : Encourage
4) What is the theme for 1 & 2 Timothy? : Be a faithful pastor.
5) What is the theme verse for 1 Timothy? : 4:11

Created on April 16, 2015
# of questions: 13

FINA 2244 Chapter 18: Securities Regulation

1) Corporate Finance Securities : a debt or equity; a negotiable financial instrument that represents some type of financial value; freely exchangeable for or replaceable in the satisfaction of an obligation. -provide capital for business operations; the money needed to get a business started or increased in size. Represent value in something real.
2) Corporate Finance Security - Debt : Bonds; primarily borrowed by a corporation usually as note or bond that can be traded
3) Corporate Finance Security - Equity : Stocks; traded on stock exchange
4) Debt securities : an obligation of a corporation, usually in the form of a bond, issued for a certain value at a certain rate of interest to be repaid at a certain time. -also obtained by borrowing money from large lenders, such as banks and insurance companies
5) Equity Financing : raising funds through the sale of company stock

Created on April 16, 2015
# of questions: 31

FINA 2244 Chapter 19: Consumer Protection

1) The FDA: Food and Drug Regulation Food and Drug Administration (FDA) : charged with monitoring food and drug safety. -devoted to food safety, sanitation, and processing.
2) Food Safety Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 : focused on sanitation and misbranding of food and drug products
3) US Department of Agriculture (USDA) : has primary responsibility for sanitation of meat, poultry, and eggs.
4) Nutrition labeling : by serving size
5) Drug safety Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act : prohibits the sale of any drug until the FDA gives approval, must show that the drug is safe for its intended use.

Created on April 16, 2015
# of questions: 26

FINA 2244 Chapter 16: Employment Discrimination

1) Origins of Discrimination Law The Civil Rights Movements : Civil Rights Act of 1964
2) Origins of Discrimination Law The Equal Pay Act of 1963 : the first federal law to address employment discrimination. -allows differences in wages if they are the result of a seniority system, a merit system, a system which measures earnings by quantity or quality of production, or a differential based on any factor other than sex.
3) Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act : it is illegal to fail or refuse to hire or to discharge any individual, or otherwise discriminate against any individual with respect to his compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, or to limit, segregate or classify his employees or applicants for employment in any way which would deprive or tend to deprive any individual of employment opportunities or otherwise adversely affect his status as an employee because of such individual's race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
4) Protected Classes : race color national origin religion sex
5) Protected Classes Race : racial status 5 major racial groupings: black or African american, white, american Indian or Alaska native, native Hawaiian or other pacific islander, and Asian.

Created on April 16, 2015
# of questions: 25

LaVocal Chapter 3-5

1) Gallant : Brave
2) Aloof : Friendly
3) Ornery : Bad tempor
4) Cunnning : having or showing skill in achieving one's ends by deceit or evasion.
5) Resignation : In a resigned manner

Created on April 16, 2015
# of questions: 6

FINA 2244 Ch 15: Employment and Labor Regulations

1) Public policy exceptions : in employment law, statutory or court-mandated exceptions to the presumption of employment-at-will that goes beyond contract issues in employment; Example: it is illegal for an employer to dismiss an employee for reporting for jury duty.
2) Whistle blower exception : occurs when an employee reports an employer's illegal act. The whistle-blowing is primarily for the public good rather than for private gain.
3) Wrongful discharge or retaliatory discharge` : a cause of aaction an employee may have if dismissed for an improper reason, such as exercising a public right or other interest protected in that employment relationship, such as protected class status under Title VII
4) Contracts in Violation of Public Policy Exculpatory agreements : when one party promises not to sue another in case of an injury caused by a tort or some other event.
5) Contracts in Violation of Public Policy Noncompete agreements : the employee cannot leave and go into competition against the employer or go to work for a competitor for a certain time, usually one to three years. -upheld if reasonable.

Created on April 16, 2015
# of questions: 26

Cardiogenic Shock
A quick review on pathophysiology, causes, incidence, treatment, ect...
1) A condition of diminished cardiac output that severely impairs tissue perfusion. Also known as 'pump failure'. Most lethal form of shock. : cardiogenic shock

Created on April 16, 2015
# of questions: 1

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