LVN Science- Nervous
#1. Which organ system directly regulates body functions and responds to environmental stimuli? - Nervous System #2. What is the functional unit of the nervous system? - Neuron #3. What causes neuro...
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LVN Science- Organic Chemistry
#1. What is the defining element found within organic compounds? - Carbon #2. List the examples of organic compounds - hydrocarbons (like methane or butane), alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, ethers, es...
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LVN Science- Reproduction
#1. Sexual reproduction starts with the fusion of _, or the sperm and the egg - gametes #2. The united sperm and egg is called a what? - zygote #3. Since each gamete only contains half the normal nu...
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LVN Science- Atoms
#1. _ is the study of matter - Chemistry #2. The properties of matter can be explained by the _ making it up - atoms #3. The _ is the smallest unit of an element that still retains the properties of...
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LVN Science- Evolution
#1. Who published "On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection"? - Charles Darwin #2. _ refers to the process by which traits that promote or enhance an organisms ability to survive and re...
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LVN Science- Hearing
#1. The ear is responsible for hearing and _ - balance #2. The anatomy of the ear can be divided into what three regions? - outer ear, middle ear, inner ear #3. The _ collects sound and transmits th...
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LVN Science- DNA
#1. DNA stands for what? - Deoxyribonucleic acid #2. The model first proposing the structure of DNA was made by _ and _ - James Watson Francis Crick #3. DNA is made up of thousands of units called _...
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LVN Science- Diffusion and Transport
#1. The plasma (cell) membrane controls entry and exit with both _ and _ mechanisms - active passive #2. What are the main two passive transportation methods in anatomy? - diffusion and filtration #...
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LVN Science- Cells
#1. What is the smallest living unit? - Cell #2. Living cells are approximately _% water. - 60 #3. The _ contains genetic information, and controls activities of cell. - nucleus #4. The plasma (cel...
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LVN Science- Excretion
#1. The _ are the principle excretory organs of the body - kidneys #2. the outer portion of the kidney is the _, while the inner portion of the kidney is the _ - renal cortex renal medulla #3. what ...
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LVN Science- Muscoskeletal
#1. What are the three things the muscoskeletal system is composed of? - Bones, connective tissue, and muscle #2. What are the main three functions of the muscoskeletal system? - support, protection...
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LVN Science- Chemical and Physical Changes
#1. Iron reacts with oxygen in the air and become iron oxide, this is an example of a _ change - chemical #2. Ice cubes melt, this is an example of a _ change - physical #3. What can be used to illu...
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LVN Science- Digestion
#1. Pharynx splits and leads to _ and _ - esophagus wind pipe #2. What covers the top of the wind pipe to keep food out? - epiglottis #3. List the path food takes through digestive system organ by o...
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