Question Answer
Define each term Define each term
Protist A eukaryotic organism that cannot be classified as an animal, plant, or fungus
Protzoan A unicellar Animal-like protist
Pseuopod A "False Foot" or temperary bulge of cytoplasm used for feeding and movement in some protozoam
Contractille vacuole The cell structure that collects extra water from cytoplasm and then expels it from the cell
Cilia Tiny hairlike projectoins on the oustisede of cells that move in a wavelike matter
Algae Plant-like protist
Pigment A colored chemical that is used to dye things
Spore A thick wall inside a protist that is faverable in bad conditoins

?-????-4 AmericanCal

Question Answer
l.The old man has two sons.One is a worker,and ____is a teacher. 1 the other ????????,??….???….,? one…the other…?
2.Students are usually interested in sports.Some like running;some like swimming;____like ball games. 2.otbers??“??????”?other?????:
3.Let’s go and have a drink. We’ve got ____time before the train leaves. 3.a little????“???????”,??“??? ?”,time??????,?a little???
4.We were all very tired, but ____of us would like to have a rest. 4.none ???all,???????“?????? ?”,????“???”??none?
5.____of the twins are in our class. 5.Both twins????,?????? are.?????both?
6.Boys, don’t touch the machines, or you may hurt _____. 6.yourselves?????boys???,?????? ?“??????”,?????????????
7.It is said that there is going to be ____important in the CCTV news. 7.something????????????,????,??????,?something?
8.We couldn't buy anything because _____of the shops opened at that time. 8.none????,“??????????”,??? none???????
9.They didn’t learn ____new in this lesson. 9.anything????????????,????, ??????anything?
10.—Why is ____easy for such a young girl to learn three foreign languages so well? —Because Britain, Germany and France are all very near ____country.;her?????it?????;?????? “???”???

Male Reproductive Medical terminology revision exercises

Question Answer
A root for the testes testic
Root for vas deferens vas
Relating to the testes testicular
A root for the testes orchid
Root for glans penis balan
Root for the prostate gland prostat
Root for the epididymis epididym
Fixation of the testes orchidopexy
Undescended testis cryptorchidism
Fluid-filled sac around the scrotum hydrocele
Division of the vas deferens vasectomy
Inflammation of the testes orchitis
Inflammation of the epididymis epididymitis
Surgical excision of the prostate gland prostatectomy
Abnormal condition of the prostate gland prostatism
Development of the male breast gynaecomastia
Tumour of the semen producing cells seminoma
Enlargement of the prostate gland prostatomegaly
Inflammation of the glans penis balanitis
Surgical exision of all or part of the prepuce circumcision
Surgical excision of a testis orchidectomy

Ecosystems Vocabulary for Ecosystems Unit

Term Definition
mutualism a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit from the association(win/win)
symbiosis any relationship in which two species live closely and interact
commensalism occurs when one species benefits from the association while the other is neither helped nor harmed(win/whatever)
parasitism occurs when one organism lives on or inside another organism and harms it (win/lose)
predator An organism that eats other organisms to live.
prey The organism that gets eaten.
community ALL living organisms in an area
population a group of the same species of organisms living in an area
environment Everything that surrounds an organism and influences it.
biotic factors living factors in an ecosystem
abiotic factors The non-living parts of an ecosystem such as soil, climate and rainfall.
habitat The physical place where an organism lives
climate An abiotic factor that describes overall weather in an area over a long period of time
ecosystem a system formed by the interaction of a community of organisms with their physical (abiotic) environment
biosphere part of Earth in which life exists including land, water, and air or atmosphere
producers …organisms that use sunlight directly to make food through a process called photosynthesis.
consumers …organisms that eat producers or other organisms for energy
decomposers organisms that get energy by breaking down the remains of dead organisms.
scavengers animals that feed on the bodies of dead organisms.
herbivore …, A consumer that eats only plants.
carnivore …, An animal that eats other animals
omnivore …, An animal that eats both plants and animals
food chain …, A series of steps in which organisms transfer energy by eating and being eaten
food web …, A community of organisms where there are several interrelated food chains
energy pyramid …, A diagram that shows the amount of energy that moves from one feeding level to another in a food web
limiting factors …when resources such as food, water or space become limited. Anything that limits (restricts) the size of a population
carrying capacity …the largest population that a given environment can support.
competition …when two or more individuals or populations try to use the same limited resource such as food.
primary consumer organisms that eat the autotrophs, examples include rabbits, squirrels, grasshoppers, deer
secondary consumer largely feeds on primary consumers, and can be split into two groups: omnivores and carnivores, carnivores eat entirely meat, while omnivores eat both plant based foods and meat. Examples of secondary consumers are: frog, snakes, and mice
tertiary consumer largely feeds on carnivores or secondary consumers, examples include: owls, seals, wolves, and sharks

Spanish IB Recap Voc

Question Answer
febrero February
marzo March
abril April
mayo May
junio June
el curso class, course
el amigo friend (masculine)
mismo same
muy very
fA?cil easy
menor younger
mayor older
viejo old
la cama bed
nieto grandson
mirar to look at
llevar to wear
la falda skirt
usar to use
buscar to look for
la cuenta check (restaurant)
abrir to open
el pollo fish
los frijoles beans
escribir to write

5C Vocabulary

Term Definition
Addendum A thing that is added; an appendix or addition to a book or written document (n.)
Aghast Filled with amazement, disgust, fear, or terror (adj.)
Ample More than enough, large, spacious (adj.)
Apparition A ghost or ghostly figure; an unexplained or unusual appearance (n.)
Assert To declare or state as truth, maintain or defend, put forward forcefully (v.)
Cower To crouch or shrink away in fear or shame (v.)
Disdain To look up with scorn; to refuse scornfully (v.); a feeling of contempt (n.)
Epitaph A brief statement written on a tomb or gravestone (n..)
Ethical Having to do with morals, values, right and wrong; in accordance with standards of right conduct; requiring a prescription for purchase (adj.)
Facetious Humorous, not meant serious (adj.)
Inaudible Not able to be heard (adj.)
Indiscriminate Without restrain or control; unselective (adj.)
Intrigue Crafty dealings, underhand plotting (n.); to form or carry out plots; to puzzle or excite the curiosity (v.)
Jurisdiction An area of authority or control; the right to administer justice (n.)
Plausible Appearing true, reasonable, or fair (adj.)
Plebeian Common, vulgar; belonging to the lower class(adj.); a common person, member of the lower class(n.)
Prodigal Wastefully extravagant; lavishly or generously abundant(adj.); one who is wasteful and self-indulgent(n.)
Proximity Nearness, closeness(n.)
Pulverize To grind or pound to a powder or dust; to destroy or overcome ( as though smashing into fragments) (v.)
Volatile Highly changeable, fickle; tending to become violent or explosive; changing readily from the liquid to the gaseous state (adj.)

Chapter 6 Vocabulary

Term Definition
Unresolved A problem, question, or dispute, not resolved.
Regulations A rule or directive made and maintained by an authority.
Controversial Giving rise or likely to give rise to public disagreement.
Heinous A person or wrongful act, especially a crime, utterly odious or wicked.
Perpetrator A person who carries out a harmful, illegal, or immoral act.
Accountability The fact or condition of being accountable; responsibility.
Correspondence A close similarity, connection, or equivalence.
Superficial Existing or occurring at or on the surface.
Incident An event or occurrence. Likely to happen because of; resulting from.
Suspicious Having or showing a cautious distrust of someone or something.
Scenarios A written outline of a movie, novel, or stage work giving details of the plot and individual scenes.
Accosted Approach and address (someone) boldly or aggressively.
Resist A resistant substance applied as a coating to protect a surface during some process, for example to prevent dye or glaze adhering.
Oppression Prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control.
Apartheid A policy or system of segregation or discrimination on grounds of race.
Exonerated From blame for a fault or wrongdoing, especially after due consideration of the case.
Injustice Lack of fairness or justice.
Culpability Responsibility for a fault or wrong; blame.
Prosecutorial Misconduct an illegal act or failing to act, on the part of a prosecutor, especially an attempt to sway the jury to wrongly convict
Incarceration The state of being confined in prison; imprisonment.

Male Reproductive HN Medical Terminology for Administrative Staff

Question Answer
inflammation of the testes orchitis
discharge from the penis balanorrhoea
requiring to pass urine at night nocturia
fixation of the testis orchidopexy
inflammation of the urethra urethritis
instrumental examination of the bladder cystoscopy
instrument to examine the bladder cystoscope
tumour of the kidney nephroma
abnormal condition of the prostate prostatism
inflammation of the glans penis balanitis
undescended testes cryptorchidism
tumour of the semen-producing cells seminoma
surgical excision of a testis orchidectomy
inflammation of the prostate gland prostatitis
discharge from the prostate gland prostatorrhoea
discharge from the penis balanorrhoea
surgical repair of the glans penis balanoplasty
inflammation of the urethra urethritis
stricture/narrowing of the urethra urethrostenosis
surgical repair of the urethra urethroplasty
condition of multiple stones in the ureter ureterolithiasis
condition in which the urethra opens to the undersurface of the penis hypospadias
excision of part of/division of the vas deferens vasectomy
a term meaning overgrowth of an organ or tissue hypertrophy
a fluid-filled sac around the scrotum hydrocele
procedure to remove all or part of the prepuce circumcision
difficult or painful micturition dysuria
inflammation of the epididymis epididymitis
production/formation of sperm spermatogenesis
relating to the reprodutive and urinary systems genitourinary
condition of a tight foreskin/prepuce phimosis
abbreviation for human immunodeficiency virus HIV
abbreviation for prostate specific antigem PSA
abbreviation for sexually transmitted infection STI
abbreviation for invitro fertilisation IVF
abbreviation for bladder neck obstruction BNO
abbreviation for transurethral resection of prostate TURP
abbreviation for urinary tract infection UTI
abbreviation for genitourinary GU
abbreviation for human papilloma virus HPV
substance which causes cancer to develop carcinogen
cells which spread tumour from its primary site metastases
male sex hormone androgen
male sex hormone testosterone

pva 7th ss5.1 revolution

Question Answer
What state did not send a representative? Georgia
Why did the 1st Continental Congress meet? colonial leaders were worried about the relationship between Great Britain
Who believed it would get violent? Patrick Henry
What represenatives had strict orders for peace? New York & Pennsylviana
What did the colonist do to show they demanded their rights? boycott British goods
What rights did the colonist want? life, liberty, & property
The colonist didn't want to separate from Britain but wanted what to happen. the King to correct the problems
Patrick Henry was a ___. Patriots
Who was the colonist who chose to fight for independence from Great Britain? Patrick Henry
What year did the conditions in the colonies get worse? 1775
What made the British leaders get nervous? the stock pile of weapons near Boston
Who was the Gov. of Massachusetts? Thomas Gage
Who decided to get the stock pile of weapons? Thomas Gage
How did the British know about the Gov. of Massachusetts? from spies
Who thought the British would strike? Patriots & Sons of Liberty
What was Paul Revere? Sons of Liberty
How many lanterns by land? 1
How many lanterns by sea? 2
Who started the Battle of Lexington? minutemen
How many British soldiers were wounded in Lexington? 1
What did the British do to the building that the stockpile disappeared? burned it down
What battle was know for the "shot heard around the world". Lexington
What made the Redcoats and easy target? their bright red coats and they retreated
What was the 2nd meeting with King George? Second Continental Congress
Who was the Continental Army commander? George Washington
Where did the Continental Army get their soldiers? all the colonies
What was never read by King George? Olive Branch Petition
What did the Olive Branch stand for? peace
Why did he never read the Olive Branch Petition? to punish the colonies
Who wanted to claim Boston? British and Patriots
Where did the actual Battle of Bunker Hill take place? Breed's Hill
Who won the Battle of Bunker Hill? British
What town was near Boston that the Patriots forced the British to retreat? Dorchester Heights
Who did Boston belong to? Patriots