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1.190 pcat word flash cardsn. the part of your body containing the digestive n. the lowest possible temperature where particles of matter have the smallest amount of energy n. an organic compound that has two acyl groups n. the neurotransmitter used by cholinergic nerves n. this is made when the hydroxyl group of an organic compound with the formula RCOCl is n. a compound made by partially neutralizing an n. low pH precipitation due to dissolved sulphur n. this is the degree to which acids are able to n. chronic disease produced by an overactivity of the pituitary gland leading to an enlargement of n. eukaryotic structure that makes up the n. a combination of reacting particles (atoms; molecules or ions) when they are at the top of the n. electrical impulse that passes along a muscle activation energy barrier between the products n. part of an enzyme where a substrate is accepted and is responsible for its catalytic n. this is made when the hydroxyl group of a n. produced by removing a water molecule from carboxylic acid is replaced by a chlorine atom n. characteristics that increase an organism's v. to habituate (become used to) an environment ability to survive within a changing environment n. process in which complex compounds are n. process in which two molecules join to form a n. describes a process where two molecules are n. lymphoid tissue at the back of the throat linked causing another molecule to removed n. an ester of pyrophosphoric acid with the n. enzyme which changes ATP to cyclic AMP adj. related to a thermodynamic process involving adj. well-thought through; well-prepared; informed n. very fine particles that are suspended in a gas n. a substance that induces a reaction or effect abbr. immunde deficiency disease that cannot be n. an organism that is unable to produce melanin n. protein found in animal tissues and fluids n. the syndrome due to physical dependence on n. any of a class of organic compounds formed when a hydroxyl group (-OH) is substituted for a n. element in the left-hand side of the periodic adj. related to a group of organic molecules in which the carbon atoms are linked in open chains n. one of two or more alternative forms of a gene; n. organic substances that contain nitrogen n. a substance that causes an allergic reaction n. catalytic protein which has a receptor site other n. region on a catalytic protein away from the n. crystalline form of a chemical element n. air sac in the lung; part of the jaw that supports n. secondary structure of a protein where the n. compounds where a hydroxyl group is replaced n. sedative-hypnotic used for the short-term adj. having both hydrophobic (water-hating) and adj. having the features of an acid and a base and being able of reacting chemically either as an acid n. contains a hydrophobic and a hydrophilic part n. generic name for a drug that is used to treat adj. energy-requiring during the synthesis of HIV infections; produced by GlaxoSmithKline; separate and move towards opposite ends of the n. steroid hormone controlling the development of n. the study of the physical structure and n. molecule being formed from another by the n. lack of red blood cells; deficiency of red blood cells; a low level of hemoglobin in the blood n. protein made by white blood cells, in response n. any substance the body reacts to as foreign or to a particular antigen attack, in order to make the harmful, by producing an antibody against it n. the way a person looks; a person's visible n. opening at the end of the alimentary canal phr. endorsed by a drug authority to be used as n. carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the adj. containing one or more cyclical structures n. a type of dense connective tissue which is composed of collagen fibers and/or elastin fibers n. smallest unit of a chemical element which holds abbr. nucleotide with a role in energy metabolism n. muscle fibers in the heart receiving heartbeat n. outer area of the ear with the function of n. protein formed to fight the body's own cells n. medical dissection of a dead body which adj. referring to something which controls itself adj. related to organisms converting sunlight into n. organism that makes their own food from v. to keep away from; to prevent from happening n. generic name for drugs that are used to treat n. a genus of rod-shaped, Gram-positive bacteria fungus infections; brand names: Diflucan, Nizoral n. one-celled organisms that don't have a cell v. to adjust a chemical equation so that the nucleus and reproduce by spore formation or number of atoms and charge match on each side n. a scientific instrument that measures and n. metallic element found only as compounds n. substance that contains hydroxyl ions when n. the amount of energy expended by the body in n. area of body below the diaphragm and above adj. related to someone who has lost a loved one n. a nutrient found throughout plant and animal n. secondary structure of a protein where the n. type of asexual reproduction which leads to n. an error in the method or study design that splitting of parental cells in two equal parts adj. involving both eyes at the same time n. removal of a small piece of tissue from the n. system that controls daily cycles such as blood body so it can be examined under the microscope pressure, sleep rhythms and hormone release n. the use of contraceptive methods to stop n. process that describes the movement of body n. an obstacle that prevents things from moving n. the force within the cardiovascular system n. spongy, red tissue found in the reticulo- n. part of the cardiovascular system (e.g. vein or adj. relating to the arm (or similar vestige in other n. a compound made of bromine joined to another n. air going into and out of your nose and mouth n. red-brown halogen that is a liquid at room n. tiny branches of air tubes within the lungs temperature but gives off an irritating vapor n. air tube connecting trachea ('windpipe') and n. device used as a fuel source in laboratories n. an infectious disease or agent (informal) n. fleshy part on which we sit; 'backside' n. a drug present in tea; coffee and cola that is a phr. to purchase large amounts of products (often v. to make hard by forming mineral deposits n. disease where cells divide at an excessive rate n. chemical element with the symbol Ca which is and become abnormal in function; malignancy; n. blood vessel with walls only one cell thick n. compound made from plants containing carbon, n. gas used by plants in photosynthesis and made n. element that makes up most organic molecules n. an illness where the circulation 'collapses' and adj. relating to the heart and chest region n. process in which substances are moved across n. highly colored pigments (yellow to red) found in concentration to a region of high concentration n. the hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline adj. energy-releasing during the breakdown of that are made and secreted by the adrenals n. anti-arthritis medication; a Cox-2 inhibitor that alleviates pain without harming the digestive tract; n. selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor used to treat depression; generic name: citalopram n. carbohydrate that makes up the bulk of plant n. redox process where hydrogen is transferred to n. hollow cylinders containing nine microtubule n. outer covering of the cerebrum responsible for n. the death of brain tissue due to inadequate consciousness, memory, intellect, voluntary n. clear liquid surrounding the brain and spinal n. any reaction occurring between atoms or n. cell movement to or away from a chemical compounds can be written with the reactants on which is able to attract or repel the cell the left and the products on the right separated by arrows showing the direction of the reaction n. opposite of adult; youngster; offspring n. green pigment found in all green plants that absorbs light so that photosynthesis can occur n. a steroid that plays an important part in n. nucleic substance that condenses to make n. gene material found in the cell nucleus n. brand name for a drug that is used to treat n. microscopic particles of fat in the blood and erectile dysfunctions; a selective inhibitor of cyclic n. organ that affects zonular fibers in the eye (fibers that suspend the lens in position during n. hair-like organelle found in eukaryotic cells accommodation), enabling changes in lens shape n. generic name for drugs that used to treat peptic n. daily activity cycle in many organisms caused ulcers by decreasing the secretion of stomach n. process that aerobically breaks down food n. an illness where the circulation 'collapses' and molecules to carbon dioxide; water and energy n. series of fast mitotic divisions in embryology v. to thicken from a liquid state towards a solid n. a non-protein substance, often a metal ion; that n. a non-protein substance that acts as a cofactor for a particular catalytic reaction to occur n. interference of enzyme action by an abnormal n. the amount of a substance within a second substrate that blocks the normal substrate n. the process by which monomers are joined by n. a ratio of the quantity of a substance from one n. hormone that is produced by the adrenal cortex abbr. the technique used to help start a person's n. an amino acid that does not occur in proteins but is found in the muscle tissue of vertebrates n. the form in which creatine is excreted from the n. fold in a membrane which forms a projection abbr. clear fluid surrounding the brain and spinal phosphate group is part of a ring-shaped structure n. a hereditary disease that mainly affects the n. protein that contains iron and acts as an electron and hydrogen acceptor for cellular n. removal of an amino group (NH2) from an v. to lose water from; to remove water from n. the process of passively losing or actively n. the removal of hydrogen from a molecule n. generic name for a non-nucleoside reverse v. to put off to a later time; to slow the progress of transcriptase inhibitor that is applied to treat AIDS n. a bodily fluid that returns from the tissues and n. illness affecting the brain where the ability to organs to the heart via a set of vessels, called remember things; and other mental skills; are n. diabetic illness that can only be managed using n. plaque that helps hold adjacent cells together insulin injections; usually affecting young people adj. related to an optically active molecule that n. rubbish produced when something degrades rotates the plane of polarized light to the right n. of or relating to a disease characterized by an n. disease of pancreas due to lack of insulin n. the part of the cardiac cycle during which the n. a plant that has two cotyledons (seed leaves) n. instructions; manual containing information on v. to cut; to take apart; to remove body parts or v. to mix into something to form a solution n. water drug; any substance that tends to n. generic name for drugs that are often used to adj. relating to the back surface; posterior n. pattern that determines when and how much of n. a covalent bond where two pairs of electrons a drug or medication should be consumed by a n. inherited disease due to an extra chromosome n. interdependence between various medications n. a substance that has an effect on the body n. tympanic membrane; membrane separating the n. substance secreted in the outer hearing organ middle part of the hearing organ from the outer n. swelling of a part of the body due to abnormal fluid collection in the spaces between the cells n. antidepressant that works on both serotonin adj. able to return to original shape after being n. the piece of conducting material through which n. dissolved salt or ions in the body fluids an electric current enters and leaves a liquid or n. a main energy leve; a group of atomic orbitals n. the way that electrons are found around an with the same value of the principal quantum n. department in a hospital or clinic that is n. process in polypeptide synthesis of increasing v. to make into a suspension of two liquids which n. small drops of one liquid suspended in another n. process where substances are taken into a cell adj. something made by or inside an organ n. network of membranes spread throughout the n. tissue composed of flat cells connected by a cytoplasm that produce membrane lipids and n. a harmful protein contained within certain adj. a process where heat is absorbed from the bacteria and released only when the bacterium containing a carbonyl group to an organic compound composed of ethylene and ethanol n. protein that is produced by cells and catalyzes n. a disordered energy state where no work can n. the tendency of biological catalysts to catalyze n. upper abdomen between the ribcage and navel n. impotence; the inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection sufficient for successful n. state of a body or physical system at rest n. generic name for an antibiotic that is obtained n. epithelium-lined part of the gut that connects from the actinomycete Streptomyces erythreus; brand names: Erythrocin, Ethril or Ilosone n. ethyl alcohol; the alcohol in fermented drinks n. unicellular or multicellular organism whose cells n. pipe from the back of the nose to the middle contain membrane-bound cell organelles similar n. this is the amount of stimulus needed to set up n. process where substances are ejected from a n. an external anatomical feature that supports n. a very harmful poison made by a bacterial cell n. reproductive organs protruding from the bodies n. muscle that straightens out a limb or joint n. passive process where a carrier protein helps a molecule such as glucose move through the n. pair of ducts through which the eggs are n. ability to see distant objects clearly but near abbr. a federal agency in the Department of n. a long chain of carbon atoms with a carboxyl regulate the release of new foods and health- n. process where the increase in a product of a reaction leads to a decrease in its rate of n. the process of releasing energy from a n. metallic element of the actinide series with carbohydrate without oxygen by producing alcohol n. indigestible cellulose in our food; roughage n. device with small holes that separates a solid n. a thin layer of polymeric material surrounding a n. process where an insoluble solid is separated n. the solid that is separated from a solution n. an inhibitor applied in hormone therapy to block n. an organism that moves with the help of a tail- n. one of the cytochromes that acts as a hydrogen n. rounded glass structure, usually with a long n. drug that treats infections caused by fungi n. the lipid bilayer structure of membranes n. poisonous halogen with the chemical symbol F n. gas finely dispersed in either a solid or a liquid n. a form of the water-soluble Vitamin B9.
n. temperature at which a liquid turns to a solid at n. symbols showing what elements a compound n. part of the human skull that resembles a n. part of the cerebral hemisphere that controls n. chemical used to kill organisms that reproduce adj. able to kill or inhibit the growth of sporing n. device with a wide open end and a narrow end n. organism that reproduces by sporing; e.g. a which allows liquids to be poured into a container n. popular diuretic used to treat hypertension and n. a simple sugar that is converted to glucose in n. a substance which exists in a vapor form at n. membrane area that allows communication room temperature (neither a liquid nor a solid) n. a sensitive method for analyzing liquid mixtures n. infection of the gut causing diarrhea and abbr. a sensitive method for analyzing liquid n. group of cells specialized to produce secretory n. ranking system for carbohydrates based on n. a monosaccharide (sugar) with 6 carbons their immediate effect on blood glucose levels n. lipid and protein coat which forms part of the n. one of the building blocks of fats; an alcohol with three carbons and three hydroxyl groups n. proteins joined with carbohydrates that are n. the polysaccharide in which glucose is stored in n. proteins joined to carbohydrate that are found n. process generating ATP in which glucose is n. stacks of membranous vesicles that modify; n. stacks of membranous vesicles that modify; package and sort proteins to other organelles package and sort proteins to other organelles n. sex organs where the reproductive cells are pituitary gland that act on the gonads (sex organs) n. sadness felt after a loss; for example; a death n. malfunction of the body that is also called v. to experience the emotional effects of a loss n. drug which affects the central nervous system and cause people to see or experience unusual n. halogen with a more electropositive element things outside the range of normal perception n. compound formed by replacing one or more n. the elements fluorine, iodine, chlorine, bromine hydrogen atoms in alkanes with halogen atoms adj. pertaining to cells with a single set of n. pain in the uppermost part of the body n. illness with the following symptoms: shortness n. burning pain the chest area due to reflux of of breath, palpitations (skipped beats or a 'flip-flop' feeling in the chest); weakness or dizziness; n. first member of group V111; a noble gas n. the process by which blood cells are made n. a chemical that carries oxygen in red blood n. the process by which blood cells are made n. inflammation of the liver which is caused by a adj. related to organisms requiring ingested nutrition which they break down to receive energy n. chemical made from the amino acid histidine that is released in an immune reaction (especially n. a scientist who studies microscopic tissue n. the study of the microscopic structure of tissues adj. refers to a voice that is croaky and unable to n. drug that stops or reduces the ability of a virus n. chemical secreted in small amounts from endocrine glands that passes in the bloodstream to another tissue or organ where it alters the equilibrium of an organism's internal environment n. diuretic drug to treat hypertension; trade name: n. inherited disorder caused by a single gene n. reaction where molecular bonds are broken by v. to break down a compound by means of water adj. having an affinity with water; readily adj. water-hating; unable of dissolving in water adj. over-development of a tissue (or part of) adj. having a higher osmotic pressure than which leads to an increase in size and volume of n. condition where a healthy person worries adj. worrying excessively about having an illness n. a healthy person who worries excessively about their health and believes they are ill adj. having a lower osmotic pressure than another n. low glucose concentration in the blood n. a surgical operation where the womb is abbr. measure of an individual's intelligence n. yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes caused by an accumulation of bile pigment n. molecule derived from ammonia and containing adj. unfinished stage of growth or development; n. ability to resist infection, because of its white n. the organs and cells that provide defense adj. able to resist disease and produce adequate pref. condition of being insusceptible to a disease adj. unable to become resistant against deceases n. the study of the body's defense system against n. inability to get and maintain erections n. referring to processes and experiments occurring outside an organism in an artificial n. referring to processes or experiments occurring n. situation created when microbes enter the body symptoms of redness; soreness; heat; swelling n. contagious viral illness that can cause fever; airway problems; muscle pain or more severe n. methods of calculating and processing data v. to stop or slow down a biological event or organ n. the process by which characteristics pass from generation to generation via the transfer of genes n. something that stops or slows down a biological n. the process of stopping or slowing down a n. science which deals with all the elements n. material used to prevent or reduce the loss of v. to prevent or reduce the loss of energy from a n. the skin and related structures such as hair and n. a hormone produced by the pancreas that n. the gap between the two-layered cellular n. a series of fluids or drugs that are run into a n. binary compound; salt or ester of hydriodic acid n. the state of being easily inflamed or painful; the n. trace element with the chemical symbol Fe adj. referring to equal weights or pressure n. This process changes straight chain alkanes into branched chain compounds by passing them pharmacologically as a vasodilator; brand names: n. atoms of the same element with the same adj. having the same composition as the body number of protons, different numbers of neutrons n. generic name for an oral antifungal drug that is used to treat fungal nail disease; brand name: abbr. unit of energy equal to the work done when the point of application of a 1-newton force is abbr. a series of fluids or drugs that are run into a displaced through a distance of 1 meter in the n. part of the body where connecting bones are n. yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes held together by connective tissue and are able to caused by an accumulation of bile pigment n. unit of energy equal to the work done when the point of application of a 1-newton force is displaced through a distance of 1 meter in the n. generic drug that treats infection caused by a n. hard protein found in skin; hair or nails n. an agent that changes the inactive form of an n. an organic compound that contains two alkyl enzyme to the active form; an enzyme that catalyses the transfer of phosphate groups n. the external folds of tissue that surround the n. the secretion of milk by the mammary glands n. chemical that is formed when glucose is metabolized in the absence of oxygen (anaerobic n. principle stating that the total power of a system n. one allele is inherited from each parent giving 2 n. states that different traits are inherited with no relation of each other e.g. eye color and height n. phosphatidylcholine; phospholipid formed from n. principle explaining the relationship between n. type of blood cancer which is characterized by n. white blood cell with an immune role found in n. a prescription drug used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction; generic name: vardenafil n. prescription medication for depression and adj. related to an optically active molecule that rotates the plane of polarized light to the left phr. to reduce the consumption of spirituous n. an oral drug that reduces triglycerides; potent in n. soft silver-white univalent element of the alkali reducing LDL cholesterol because higher doses n. collection of white cells that act as filters to n. area near the middle of the retina where vision n. a heat-resistant; white powder with the n. alkaline-earth metal with the chemical symbol Mg also needed as a trace element in the body n. a substance that can attract iron or steel n. either of the ends of an object that is able to n. the area around an object that attracts iron or steel where things can be affected by its force v. to make an object attract iron or steel n. group of symptoms and signs due to reduced food intake e.g., carbohydrates, fats, protein n. a feeling of being generally unwell but without n. warm-blooded vertebrates who have young which feed on milk from their mothers' glands n. a measurement of the amount of matter in a n. hard; metallic element with the chemical n. the mathematical value of neutrons and protons n. compartment of a mitochondrion enclosed by n. something that exists in space as a solid; liquid adj. completed stage of growth or development adj. relating to the middle of the body or body part v. to record a quantity; dimension or capacity n. information on a person's previous illnesses n. drug; pill containing chemicals; tablet n. cellular division that produces reproductive n. black pigment that protects against the sun cells with only half the number of chromosomes n. the temperature at which a solid turns into a n. the outer membranes that surround the brain v. to bleed from the uterus when the lining is shed n. the blood and other substances lost from the n. a silver metallic element with the chemical n. disorder of the mind where thought and/or n. all of the energetic reactions that take place in n. copies of the gene parts that code for different n. an element that loses electrons in a chemical n. change in the form of an organism that occurs n. stage of cell division where the spindle parts n. colorless gas that is formed when organic n. brand name for a drug that belongs to a group n. person who works in a particular field of n. membranous vesicle that contains enzymes n. fibers located throughout the cytoplasm of a n. an instrument used to magnify small objects so that they can be seen much better than with your n. a finger-like projection from a membrane n. organ that helps cells hold their shape and n. passage of urine from the bladder outside of n. simple chemical that living things need in small n. condition that is caused when a virus becomes adj. relating to the energy power house of a cell n. cellular division producing somatic cells with a n. cytoplasmic structure where ATP (energy) is full quota of chromosomes after each division n. humidity; condition that should be avoiced n. code that shows the number and type of atoms n. two or more atoms of the same or different n. an instrument that records and/or shows digital elements that unite because of Van der Waal's n. compound containing 2 elements one of which n. simple sugar containing 3-7 carbon atoms n. a strong pain-killing and soporific drug made abbr. diagnostic technique which uses a magnetic field and radio waves to provide computerized n. nerve cell that conducts messages from the abbr. copies of the gene parts that code for n. this is a layer of Schwann cells which covers n. someone who suffers from shortsightedness abbr. compound which acts as an electron and hydrogen acceptor and donor in biological n. theory which says that the characteristics that aid survival occur as random mutations and are then inherited as only the fittest survive n. set of irreversible changes in a cell that causes n. a cellular sheath composed of Schwann cells which envelops the axons of peripheral neurons n. uncharged particle found in the nucleus of the n. drug that contains salt or ester of nitric acid n. chemical element with the symbol N that is n. substance that is medically as a vasodilator; n. drug that can be obtained without a written phr. describes information that can be ignored order from a pharmacist or doctor; written n. hint; warning (especially in drug or medication n. 2 membranes that surrounds the nucleus n. gelatinous or liquid material that constitutes the n. area which allows passage of substances into n. compound containing a nitrogenous base n. part of cell that contains RNA and DNA n. the branch of medicine concerning conception, n. doctor who is a specialist in conception, n. a medical doctor who diagnoses and treats n. branch of medicine that concerns cancer n. process where solvent molecules, e.g. water, pass through a selectively permeable membrane n. the state in which a compound of the body is from a region of high concentration to a region of n. is dependent on the amount of dissolved n. cell that make new bone by producing collagen n. cell that has become part of the bone matrix n. an excessive amount of a drug; too large adj. relating to the female reproductive organs v. to take an exaggerated amount of medicine or adj. having the ability to make a substance lose n. the time of the month when eggs are released n. an unpleasant sensation; suffering of the body n. compound of a nonmetallic diatomic element v. to ease suffering; to reduce the severity of an adj. relating to the inner surface of the hand n. the inside surface of the hand; tropical tree adj. relating to a glandular organ located in the n. inflammation or infection of the a glandular v. to react with extreme fear or anxiety to a n. inability to move the legs and part of the trunk n. an organism that lives in or on a host organism n. someone who is inable to move their legs adj. of the small round bone of the kneecap n. something that can cause a disease in an n. disease and its effects on the body; an n. a medical doctor who deals with the cause; n. antidepressant; selective-serotonin reuptake adj. relating to the the lower part of the abdomen n. illness due to nicotinic acid deficiency n. the basin-shaped cavity of the lower trunk; n. group of antibiotics; originally made from mould n. male reproductive organ; containing the urethra n. membrane lining the inside of the abdominal n. a microbody full of enzymes where important n. condition characterized by a bent penis n. the essential character of an individual adj. relating to the upper part of the throat n. person who sells drugs and medications n. an extreme fear localized to particular objects n. infection or inflammation of the back of the n. process where liquid is taken into the cell within n. prickling sensation in part of the body n. the process where a cell's contents shrink away n. a channel in plant cells that connects the from the cell wall when placed in a hypertonic adj. relating to athin serous membrane that covers n. energy-transducing organelle in plant cells n. inflammation of a thin serous membrane that n. emergency phone service for life-saving v. to cause damage to an organism as a result of treatment advice on any kind of intoxication n. the act of being damaged by a toxic compound n. a blood vessel connecting two networks of n. stored power which has the capacity to do work adj. relating to the position of the body or limbs n. dehydrogenated analogue of cortisol (trade names Orasone or Deltasone or Meticorten); used n. measures to prevent unwanted effects; safety as an anti-inflammatory drug in the treatment of n. the period between conception and childbirth n. drug that can only be obtained with a written order from a pharmacist or doctor; written v. to issue an order for a drug or medication n. the exertion of force by one body against n. condition in which the penis is continually erect n. a cytoplasmic cell organelle that buds off from n. a method to follow; a course of action n. any steroid hormone with an action similar to n. a nutritional supplement for men with thinning n. a forecast of whether a disease will progress in n. pituitary hormone involved in lactation adj. extended (related to a period of time) n. brand name of a product that reduces hair loss in men; it contains finasteride, an antiandrogen n. potent hormone-like substance found in many n. stage of the cell cycle where chromosomes line n. one celled organism that have a nucleus and adj. relating to the gland surrounding the male n. a specialist who studies; diagnoses and treats n. someone who studies mental processes and n. medical specialty dealing with the study, diagnosis and treatment of mental illness n. a thick yellow-green liquid containing dead cells n. the expansion and contraction of the blood as it and white cells that forms in infected areas n. paralysis of the body from the neck down adj. relating to a molecule containing equal quantities of dextrorotatory and levorotatory forms n. humans considered as a group, breed or strain and therefore not rotating the plane of incident n. unstable particles with unpaired electrons n. doctor who is a specialist in the branch of medicine that uses x-rays to diagnose and treat n. treatment of diseased areas by exposing them n. branch of medicine that uses X-rays to n. line drawn from the center of a circle or tube to n. a rearrangement in the structures of atoms or adj. relating to a gene form that is only expressed when two alleles are present; relating to one from adj. relating to the last section of the large n. new genetic material that has been created by n. the last part of the large intestine from the n. the process where a substance gains electrons n. the turning back of a waveform as it comes n. an involuntary action; an automatic response n. a stereotyped and non-voluntary response that n. regurgitation of acid from the stomach n. the bending of a waveform as it passes to a adj. usual; normal; occurring at fixed intervals n. the regrowth of lost or damaged parts or cells v. to bring back undigested food from the stomach n. a substance that governs a reaction or process n. the process of bringing back undigested food n. something which induces a state of rest in the v. to make similar structures or organisms v. to put back into a former position; to substitute n. the act of bringing someone back to life n. malfunction of the light-sensitive membrane n. a pathogenic agent containing RNA, which can n. the bony cavity of the chest formed by the n. one of 12 pairs of long, thin bones that curve from the spine to join the sternum in front n. part of the cell center that codes for protein n. B vitamin needed for carbohydrate metabolism n. granules made up of protein and RNA that n. bone disease due to vitamin D deficiency n. a broad-spectrum antibiotic that is being used n. generic name for a drug that is used to treat tuberculosis; trade names: Rifadin and Rimactane Mycobacterium avium complex infection in HIV- n. a protease inhibitor applied in treating HIV; n. series of membranes covered with ribosomes adj. describing the ability to be stretched n. iron oxide that forms when exposed to oxygen n. a triangular bone located between the coccyx n. members in groups 1 and 11 of the periodic n. sodium chloride; white powder used for n. a chemical reaction or process in which sodium chloride is broken down by reaction with water v. to take a representative part or portion; to taste n. contractile unit made up of actin and myosin n. a weak protease inhibitor that is applied in adj. containing as much of a substance as v. to completely load something so it is unable to n. thick skin area which is covered by the hair on n. substance which contains only single bonds our heads; the skin that covers the top of the head n. the triangular bone that lies at the back of the n. a computer generated image of a part of the n. one of 2 bags of skin hanging behind the penis n. sac that contains the testis and epididymus n. disease caused by vitamin C deficiency n. the coiling of the peptide chains in a protein in n. a cytoplasmic cell organelle that has fused with a vesicle containing matter to be ingested v. to consult with; to try an obtain information on n. containing glandular secretions from the testicle, and other small glands; fluid part of n. partially able to transmit electricity adj. relating to old age especially those who are n. one of five faculties with which we can take in adj. infected (as a result of the presence of n. illness caused by bacteria in the blood n. chemical substance that plays a role in the development of gender specific characteristics n. difficulties in performing intercourse or in n. emotional and physical state in which a person n. generic name for illnesses such as HIV, phr. in the mood to engage in intercourse n. the dimensional appearance; the morphology adj. having a thin edge suited for cutting n. effect where the electrons closest to the nucleus reduce the nuclear attraction on the v. to shake or tremble with cold, fear or emotion electrons in the shell furthest away from the n. the joint where the top of the arm joins the trunk n. difficulty in respiration; rapid respiration n. the triangular bone that rests at the back of the n. a response which creates an unwanted product n. secondary and usually unwanted result caused n. a covalent link formed between electron pairs in n. the generic name for Viagra; a drug that cures n. group 1V element with the chemical symbol Si n. white crystalline compound used to make glass n. air spaces in the skull; pathological cavity n. type of infection or inflammation of membranes n. all the bones that form the structure of the body adj. relating to the bones; very thin (informal) n. the organ system that covers the body the n. the period of closed-eye rest usually taken at n. part of bowel from the stomach to the cecum n. an often fatal; contagious illness which has almost been eradicated through vaccination n. noise made during sleep which keeps others n. series of membranes that manufacture lipids in the cell and lack ribosomes on its outer surface n. chemical element with the symbol Na that is an v. to make a loud nasal sound during sleep which n. base that is used as a reagent for several tests n. active transport mechanism that uses ATP to n. something or someone that does not take part n. painful and prolonged muscular contraction; a n. electrically charged atom which is present in a n. vocalization; a formal talk given in public solution but does not take part in a reaction n. nervous tissue contained in the linked vertebra n. abdominal organ which filters blood and stores, n. a ligament injury due to strain or excess n. a process that can occur without the addition of v. to overstrain a joint so as to cause ligament v. to move outwards to cover a larger area n. carbohydrate which can be found in potatoes, n. a small cavity with the potential to form many n. the state of being without food for a long time adj. to be free of micro-organisms; 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the n. bottle, box or tube which contains drugs or n. organ in the thorax involved in T-cell immune n. a group of cells with the same shape and n. strong metal with a high melting point phr. to increase the consumption of a particular n. hard structure at the end of the digits of the foot n. nodule of lymph tissue at the back of the throat n. one of many enamel structures in the mouth that enlarges to help fend off infections n. the amount of effort or energy required to break n. 'windpipe'; cartilaginous tube that connects the n. protuberance in front of the external auditory n. agent that delivers the amino acids required for n. a functioning organ or part which is removed from one person and given to another to replace a endoplasmic reticulum to other organelles n. a physical injury or accident inflicting pain n. part of the DNA capable of replicating itself n. small but uncontrolled shaking movements of a n. the flagellate organism that causes syphilis n. three fatty acids joined to a molecule n. membranous flap that controls blood flow between the right atrum and the right ventricle n. three covalent linkages connecting two atoms abbr. hormone which is secreted by the anterior n. the outer layer of cells in a blastocyst n. an abnormal production of new tissue that has n. intercellular force in plant cells that conveys n. open sore in the skin or mucus membrane n. type of scan that uses high frequency waves to n. structure that connects a developing baby to adj. having shorter wavelengths than visible light n. chemical that changes color as the pH changes n. a waste product made when amino acids are n. tube connecting the kidney to the bladder n. the act of evacuating the bladder contents n. a solution of urea and salts in water that is n. cases in which a specific medication should be adv. common; something that occurs habitually n. abdominal organ where a baby develops before n. fleshy tissue at the back of the throat n. act of making unsusceptible to disease by v. to give an injection that protects against an n. a substance used clinically for the immunization n. idea that explains chemical bonding as an of a recipient against an infectious agent; weakened or dead pathogenic cells; it is injected n. the highest point of the skull; the top of the n. transition metal in d-block of the periodic table n. series of organic substances; niacin; folic acid n. organic substance needed for skin and good n. organic substance derived from steroids that is n. organic substance needed for blood clotting n. sounds made from the mouth as air passes n. membranous folds in the larynx which vibrate n. the contents of the stomach that are brought up v. to spew; to be sick; to eject the stomach n. small skin growth common on the hands of adj. having a fairly constant body temperature n. heaviness of an object; the size of a force n. the distance between two successive peaks or exerted on an object in a gravitational field n. nerve tissue of the central nervous system that is pale in comparison to the gray matter because n. abdominal organ where the baby develops n. characteristic that is controlled by a gene n. the joint connecting the hand to the arm n. the tissue in plants which transports water and n. a metal showing few properties of the transition n. the fertilized ovum (before it is cleaved)
A fever is alarming for parents. The heat radiating off of your child’s forehead is hot enough to boil water, and he is listless, not himself. Take a deep breath. How are you taking his temperature? Between the age 0-3months, we prefer that you take his temperature rectally. What was that? Yes, you can do this! Take a digital thermometer, add some petroleum jelly to the tip of it and insert it