1. Evolution the process by which different kinds of living organisms are thought to have diversified from earlier forms during the history of the earth. 2. Species a group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding 3.Fossil the remains or impression of a prehistoric organism preserved in petrified form or as a mold or cast in rock. 4. Catastrophism the theory that changes in the earth's crust during geological history have resulted chiefly from sudden violent and unusual events. 5 Gradualism the hypothesis that evolution proceeds chiefly by the accumulation of gradual changes. 6. Uniformitarianism the theory that changes in the earth's crust during geological history have resulted from the action of continuous and uniform processes. 7. Variation, in biology, any difference between cells, individual organisms, or groups of organisms of any species caused either by genetic differences 8. Adaptation, in biology, process by which an animal or plant species becomes fitted to its environment; it is the result of natural selection's acting upon heritable variation 9. Artificial selection definition. The breeding of plants and animals to produce desirable traits. Organisms with the desired traits, such as size or taste, are artificially mated or cross-pollinated with organisms with similar desired traits. 10. Heritability is the proportion of observed differences on a trait among individuals of a population that are due to genetic differences. Factors including genetics, environment and random chance can all contribute to the variation between individuals in their observable characteristics (in their "phenotypes"). 11. Natural Selection the process whereby organisms better adapted to their environment tend to survive and produce more offspring. The theory of its action was first fully expounded by Charles Darwin and is now believed to be the main process that brings about evolution.…
AP Psychology Unit 10 Vocab
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collective unconscious: Carl Jung's concept of a shared,
inherited reservoir of memory traces from our species' history.
collectivism: giving priority to goals of one's group (often one's
extended family or work group) and defining one's identity
over their environment rather than feeling helpless.
defense mechanisms: in psychoanalytic theory, the ego's
denial: psychoanalytic defense mechanism…
APHuGe Political Vocab
the formal act of acquiring something (especially territory) by
conquest or occupation
2. Boundary, disputes (definitional, locational, operational, allocational)
dispute over location and resources;
Conflict over the language of the border agreement in a treaty or
territorial dispute over the edge of two neighboring countries;
: boundaries that move according to specific operations or function…
Vocab Ch. 5
1. Code of Conduct- A statement that guides the ethical behaviors of a company and its employees
2. Checking Account- A bank account which payments can be ordered by a depositor
3. Endorsement- A signature or stamp on the back of a check transferring ownership
4. Blank Endorsement- An endorsement consisting only of the endorser’s signature
5. Special Endorsement- An endorsement indicating a new owner of a check
6. Restrictive Endorsement- An…
performed a specific function.
8. Collar Cells (Choanocytes)-flagellated cells in a sponge’s body that circulates water and trap food.
9. Pinacocytes-cells that makeup the outer covering of a sponge and line internal chamber not lined by choanocytes.
10. Archaeocytes-cells that form any of the cell types in a sponge body.
11. Spicules-structures that support a sponge’s body.
12. Asconoid-type of sponge body that lacks invaginations in the body wall.
13. Syconoid-type of sponge body with a single…
* Cell cycle: life cycle of a cell, continuous sequence of cell growth and division
* Somatic cells: any of the cells of a multicellular organism except those that form gametes
* Parent cell: original cell that divides to produce two new daughter cells during cell division (mitosis)
* Daughter cell: any one of two cells produced from the division of a parent cell
* DNA: deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA): double-stranded nucleic acid molecule that governs the processes of heredity…
1. The letter was filled with lachrymose because it was a farewell letter from her son since he was going off to college.
2. The boy seemed very laconic while talking about his ex girlfriend.
3. We were almost done with out puzzle when we came upon a lacuna because there were a few pieces missing.
4. As she was walking around the cemetery she noticed the beautiful lapidary around her.
5. The babies were all so loquacious while watching Dora!
6. There was a weird pervert in the…
boys’ myopia was only slightly relieved by Piggy’s presence.
9.) Devastate verb syn destroy
Def- destroy or ruin (something); cause (someone) severe and overwhelming shock or grief.
The news devastated what little hope was left among the hopefuls.
10.) Propitiate verb syn regain favor
Def- win or regain the favor of (a god, spirit, or person) by doing something that pleases them.
The former president had tried to propitiate the people ultimately failed. Horribly.
11.) Pinnacle noun syn high point…
Evolution in fossil record, laboratory studies, natural population
-Fossils give information about the kinds of organisms that lived, what they look like, where and how they live
-Fossil lions in Europe show there was once a deeper range
-Some fossils are obvious, some less so
-Specialists learn to recognize the structures and patterns of anatomical features
-Not all organisms are equally likely to fossilize
-Remains must avoid being trampled, scavenged, or decomposed
-Being buried in dry/anoxic…
polynucleotide- A nucleotide polymer.
5) sugar-phosphate backbone- A repeating pattern of sugar-phosphate-sugar-phosphate.
7) pyrimidines- Adenine and cytosine.
8) purines- Thymine and guanine.
9) uracil- A nitrogenous base found only in RNA not DNA.
10) Double Helix- The structure of DNA
11) semiconservative model- A model that suggest that daughter molecules will have part of the parental strand in them.
12)DNA ligase- An enzyme that links together pieces of a DNA strand.
13)DNA polymerases- Large…
AP Psych: Module 117 Vocab
Scientific study of behavior and
Early of psychology, used introspection
to explore elemental structure of the
View that knowledge comes from
exp. via senses, and that science
flourishes thru observation and
School of psychology that focuses on
functions of mental and behavioral
processes and how they enable
organisms to adapt, survive, and