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Bio Ch1 Vocab

living things are made up of basic units called . . . cells living things are based on a universal. . . code living things grow, develop, and . . . reproduce living things respond to their . . . as they mature environment living things maintain a stable internal. . . . environment living …

World History- semester 2 final exam review

Causes of the french revolution •american revolution •enlightment ideas •divisons •economic problems Enlightenment Age of reason Louis XVI He was the king at the start of the French Revolution; he was weak and indecisive Marie antoinette Queen of France wife of Louis XVI she was against reforms Declaration of the rights of man Was modeled …

Ch. 19 Margin & Big Picture Questions

In what ways did the Industrial Revolution shape the character of nineteenth century European imperialism? •Need for raw materials found in other parts of the world •Markets to sell goods •Investment and profit opportunities would decrease class conflict •Better technology and weapons What contributed to changing European views of Asians and Africans in the nineteenth …

AP Art History Unit 2

Temple of Minerva – 510 BCE Period: Rome, Etruscan Function: worship Material: mud & wood -sculpture on roof, not in pediment -steps & columns are only in front -cella = 3 rooms w/a door each, goes to edges of stylobate -mixture of doric/ionic = tuscan Temple of Minerva, Apollo – 510 BCE Period: Rome, Etruscan …

Unit 3 Review – World History

Jean-Jacques Rousseau Political philosopher who argued that government should represent the general will of the people. Baron Charles de Montesqueiu Advocated for a government where power is separated into judicial, executive, and legislative branches as a way to protect against tyranny. John Locke Argued that government exists to protect people’s natural rights of life, liberty …

World History 1 SOL Review, Part 1

Cultural Diffusion The spread of ideas, customs, and technologies from one people to another Homo Sapiens Modern Humans Africa Continent where Homo Sapiens emerged South America Continent where Homo Sapiens migrated LAST Adaptations to environment Igloos Caves Mud Huts Grass Huts Paleolithic Age Old Stone Age Neolithic Age New Stone Age Stonehenge Prehistoric monument in …

Modern World History Mid-Term

Otto von Bismarck Chancellor of Prussia from 1862 until 1871, when he became chancellor of Germany. A conservative nationalist, he led Prussia to victory against Austria (1866) and France (1870) and was responsible for the creation of the German Empire Giuseppe Garibaldi military figure during the time of Italian unification, Italian patriot whose conquest of …

EMT Orange Book Ch 15

Aneurysm A swelling or enlargement of a part of an artery, resulting from weakening of the arterial wall. Aphasia The inability to understand and or produce speech Aura A sensation experienced prior to a seizure; serves as a warning sign that a seizure is about to occur. Brain Stem Controls basic functions of the body, …

US History 1 first test (colonies)

Roanoke a failed colony on roanoke island, mysteriously disappeared Jamestown the first successful English colony in the new world (settled in 1607), the capital of Virginia, at first many die from disease and starvation but then discover tobacco headright system a way to get people to come to Jamestown: started selling people land (before all …

US History Chapter 19 Test Review

US History Chapter 19 Test Review John Joseph Karsk, February 19, 2014 Reparations Payment by loser for the cost of War expenses and damages Area where heavy fighting occurred in France became known as the Western Front —area where Germany was pushing West to the Atlantic Ocean Palmer Raids Raids where people suspected of being …

World History Unit 3 Exam Study Guide

What was the effect of the enclosure movement in the 1700’s? The process was used to end some traditional rights, such as mowing meadows for hay, or grazing livestock on land which is owned by another person, or a group of people. This caused long term inflation as well as the eviction of villagers from …

World History Chapter 13 Study Guide

Second Industrial Revolution Characteristics – steel, chemicals, electricity and petroleum led the way – new products — steel machinery; – electricity for energy and light; – internal combustion engine brought new power for transportation – industrial production grew at a rapid rate – industrial core – Great Britain, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Germancy part of Austro-Hungary, …

AP World History Exam review Vocab

Abraham the founding father of Judaism agriculture the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock Akkadian Empire Began in 2350 BCE when Sargon – King of Akkad – began conquering Sumerian cities. The empire was the first to unite city-states under a single ruler and ruled for 200 years. Alexander of Macedon The son …

America’s History 8th Edition, Ch 19 Key Terms & People

Chicago school A school of architecture dedicated to the design of buildings whose form expressed, rather than masked, their structure and function. mutual aid society An urban society that served members of an ethnic immigrant group, usually those from a particular province or town. The societies functioned as fraternal clubs that collected dues from members …

AP World History Terms Unit 1

1. prehistory vs. history Prehistory – no written documents; History: written proof of history 2. features of civilization Social etiquette, religion, education, literature 3. stages of hominid development Austrolopithecus, homo habilis, homo erectus, homo sapiens 4. “Out of Africa” thesis vs. multiregional thesis Humans originated from Africa and proliferated vs. originated from Africa but multiple …

APUSH ID’s Chapter 6

James Wolfe English general, led troops up steep cliff to capture Quebec which marked the beginning on the end of the French/Indian War Robert de la salle Frenchman who followed the Mississippi River all the way to the Gulf of Mexico, claiming the region for France and naming it Louisiana in honor of King Louis …

ATI Mental Health Questions

Acute Dystonia A Patient is admitted to the emergency department with spasms of the face and back. He recently began taking Chlorpromazine to treat schizophrenia, Which of the following adverse reactions should the health care provider suspect? Phenelzine(Nardil) A healthcare professional is taking care of a patient who is taking Venlafaxine to treat major depression. …

World History: Chapter 7 China’s First Empire 221 B.C.E.- 589 C.E.

Many Chinese believed that Laozi had brought Buddhism to India because A) the Buddha had been a disciple of Laozi’s. B) Buddhism was inferior to Daosim. C) Buddhism and Daoism had significant similarities. D) Buddhism had originated in China. C) Buddhism and Daoism had significant similarities. Confucian ideas were considered useful under the Former Han …

Astronomy Chapter 23 Sorting Task

Although we can divide the history of the universe into many distinct “eras,” sometimes it’s useful just to have a broad perspective on what events occurred in the very early universe and what events occurred later. Listed following are events that occurred either before or after the first five minutes in the history of the …

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8000 BCE-600 BCE Neolithic revolution domestication of plants and animals leads to surplus of food and denser populations which in turn leads to specializations 8000 BCE 7200 BCE Jericho and Catal Huyuk settlements but not civilizations 3500 BCE Sumerians invent the wheel 3000 BCE bronze age (copper + tin) 1300 BCE Iron age most isolated …

Modern World History Chapter 5

Charles V Split up his empire; gave Spain and the Netherlands to son Philip II Philip II Inherited Spain and Netherlands; very religious and trusted nobody; took control of Portugal in 1580; defended Catholicism; fought Muslim Ottoman empire; failed at attacking Protestant England El Greco Spanish painter emotional, distorted images of saints Diego Velazquez Court …

US History Unit 3 Test

Alexander Hamilton Federalists who supported the bank. Secretary of treasury. Believed that a strong central government was necessary to pressure the union wanted to quickly develop a commercial and industrialized economy. Alien and Sedition Acts Authorized the President to arrest and deport immigrants who criticized the federal government. Made it a crime for citizens to …

world civ chapter 13

Europeans were able to conquer the empires of the Americas relatively easily for all of the following reasons except ****1) the rulers in the Americas lacked technology. 2) the peoples of the Americas were especially vulnerable to European diseases. 3) the centralized nature of the Aztec and Incan Empires. 4) many subject peoples within the …

Judaism AP world History

Patriarch Abraham Founder Moses person to find the 12 tribes Sons of Jacob and Joseph Place and date of origin 2000 BCE around Mesopotamia City of Ur Pastorialists Herder Where did early Hebrews settle along the eastern Mediterranean Modern Extent Israel and United States non-proselytizing does not seek converts Was the first form of ______ …

U.S. HISTORY UNIT 1 TEST

Hernan Cortés Most brutal of the Spanish conquistadores, led the expedition that led to the fall of the Aztecs to smallpox Fra Bartolomé de las Casas Spanish priest and social reformer, “Protector of the Indians” Matrilineal society Society in which one inherits property and identity through the mother’s line Jacques Cartier French explorer for claimed …

COMM 100 Ch. 1 Practice Quizzes

The stage at which inventors try to determine a marketable use for a device is known as the _____ stage. Entrepreneurial stage. pg. 11 What were the first mass-marketed products in history? Books pg. 7 The term _____ refers to the phase in a medium’s evolution in which older media are reconfigured in various forms …

History 17A EXAM #2

The Glorious Revolution In order to prevent a Catholic Dynasty the English Parliament drove out James II following the birth of his son and replaced him with the protestant Stahoulder of the Nederlands William, and his wife and daughter of James II, Mary II. This was a relativly bloodless revolution. (excepting the Irish Rebellion in …

Cardiovascular

A nurse is performing a cardiac assessment on a client. Identify the area the nurse should inspect when evaluating the point of maximal impulse. (You will find “Hot Spots” to select in the artwork below. Select only the hotspot that corresponds to your answer.) graphic INCORRECT The nurse should inspect this location to assess for …

US History 201, Beginning to 1877

The origins of the majority of human existence in North America began with migrations from Eurasia over the Bering Strait. Incas, Maya, and Aztecs did NOT have the use of wheeled vehicles Prior to European contact, the eastern third of what is today the United States had the most abundant food resources of any region …

APUSH Chapter 8 Study Sheet

George Washington US Commander in Chief of colonial revolutionary army. First President of the United States. William Howe English General who commanded English forces at Bunker Hill. Left the English forces in New York for a battle at Philadelphia, leading to the English forces in NY to lose the battle. Nathanael Greene Cleared South Carolina …