Male Reproductive

Term Definition
Vas Deferens tubes that extend from each epididymis to the urethra
Seminal Vesicle the gland that holds the liquid that mixes with the sperm to form semine
Urethra a tube that carries urine and sperm to the outside of the body
Cowper's Gland two pea-shaped glands that add fluid to the sperm before ejaculation
Testes two small glands that produce sperm and hormones
Scrotum a muscular sac that contains the testes
Prostate Gland an organ that secretes fluid that protects the sperm
Sperm a reproductive cell that is produced in the testes throughout the life of the male
Seminiferous Tubules the place of meiosis inside the testes where sperm is created
Epididymis a network of tubes which the sperm mature and are stored temporarily

Stack #2613573

Question Answer
A person who moves place to place is called nomads
The government of a country led by a king would be a monarchy
Dogs were one of the first animals that humans learn to domesticate
During the ______________ clomplex civilizations grew up in river valleys
People adapted during the ___________by changing there diet, building sturdier shelters, and using animal skins to make warmer chairs Ice Age
Images of gods and goddess are often found decorating shrine
Improved tools are one example of tools ___________of early people technology
As people moved to villages and cites,the _________of work developed specailazation
An important development for ________people was learning how to use flint paleolithic
Durning the Neolthic Age, people slowly switched from hunting to gathering __________to feed themselves systemactic agerculture

Giver Vocab: ch 7-9

Term Definition
Chaos (Noun) State of complete confusion and disorder
Compel (Verb) to drive, urge or motivate with force
Infringe (Verb) to trespass or encroach upon others rights.
Ironic (Adjective) Characterized by irony: happened in the opposite way that was expected
Navigational (Adjective) relating to the act of plotting a vehicles course.
Pervade (Verb) To spread throughout: to be present in every part of something.
Quizzical (adjective) related to a questioning, uncertain or puzzled way (Trying to figure out the answer to something)
Relinquish (verb) To give up or turn over possession/ control; to surrender
Remorse (Noun) painful, deep feeling of guilt or wrongdoing
Scrupulous (Adjective) having or shown a strict regard for what is right.
Tentatively (Adverb) Not final. done as a trial or experiment.
Treacherous (Adjective) Likely to betray a trust; traitorous
Humiliate (Verb) to make someone feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity
Benign (Adjective) Having or showing a kindly disposition(Trustworthy,kind, polite)
Meticulous (Adjective) showing extreme or excessive concern.(neat, tidy, organized)

Biology Ecology Vocab

Question Answer
Community All of many different species that live together in a habitat
Ecosystem The living organism in the community and the non living physical parts of the environment
Population Organisms of the same species living in the same area
Biome A large region characterized by a specific climate and certain kinds of plants and animal communities
Temperature and Precipitation Two key factors of climate that determine the kinds of plants and animals in a large terrestrial region
Abiotic factor Non living parts of an ecosystem
Biotic factor Living parts of an ecosystem
Keystone species Species that has an unusually large effect on its ecosystem
Decomposters Obtain their energy from organic wastes and dead bodies
Sun The ultimate source of energy for producers and consumers
Generalist Organisms can eat a varying diet
Autotroph Organisms that make their own energy from non living sources
Specialist Organism that can only eat one thing
Percentage of energy exchange from one trophic level to the next 10 %
Exponential growth When resources are abundant, populations increase dramatically with no signs of slowing.
Logistic growth When population levels off due to depletion of resources.And S shape curve is formed
Carrying capacity Maximum number of organisms an environment can consistently support
Limiting factors Keep a population down in size
Mutualism Both species benefitHoneybee and a flower
Commensalism One specie benefit, one is unaffectedFly in a cow back
Parasitism One specie benefit, one is harmeda tick and a human
Habitat where organisms live
Niche How organism lives with in its habitat.
Ecological equivalents Same niche but in different geographic locations
Density dependent Limit population base on the size of the population
Density independent Limit population regardless of the populationHurricanes
Tundra Cold, low precipitation
Tropical reinforest Hot, High precipitation
Deep Ocean Dark, cold, high pressure
Desert Various temperatures, less than 10 inches of precipitation
Grassland Moderate rain and seasonal changes
Primary succesion Has been no life in an area, start with bare rocks
Secondary succesion when soil remains after a disturbance
Primary succesion Has been no life in an area, start with bare rocks
Secondary succesion When soil remains after a disturbance

vocabulario capitulo

Question Answer
el/la companero/a de clase classmate
el companero de cuatro roommate
el/la estudiante student
el/la profesor/a teacher
el borrador eraser
la calculadora calcuator
el escritora desk
el libro book
el mapa map
la mesa table
la mochila backpack
el papel paper
la papelera wastebasket
pizzara white board
la pluma pen
la puerta door
el reloj clock; watch
la silla seat
la tiza chalk
la ventana window
la bibliteca library
la cafeteria cafeteria
la clasa house: home
el estadio stadium
el laboratorio labortory
la libreia bookstore
la residencia/ estudiantil dormitory

FLT Financial literacy test

Question Answer
What are the steps in career planning 1) self- analysis2) research3) plan of action4) re-evaluation
what is a goal a desired end toward which efforts are directed.
What are the 3 types of goals? -short-term- intermediate- long-term
What are references? people who have known you for at least a year and can provide information about your skills, character, and achievements.

Vocabulary Verbs

Term Definition
Bailar To dance
Buscar To look for
Caminar To walk
Cantar To sing
Cenar To have dinner
Comprar To buy
Conversar To converse
Desayunar To eat breakfast
Desear To wish
Dibujar To draw
Ensenar To teach
Escuchar To listen to
Esperar To wait
Estar To be
Estudiar To study
Explicar To explain
Gustar To like
Hablar To talk
llegar to arrive
llevar to carry
Mirar To look
Necesitar To need
Practicar To practice
Preguntar To ask
Preparar To prepare
Regresar To return
Terminar To end
Trabajar To work
Viajar To travel
Tomar To travel

Stack #2613572

Question Answer
A person who moves from place to place is called a… Nomads
The government of a country led by a king would be a… Monarchy
Dogs were one of the first animals that humans learned to… Domesticate
During the ______________, complex civilizations grew up in river valleys. Bronze Age
People adapted during the ___________ by changing their diet, building sturdier shelters, and using animal skins to make warm clothing. Ice Age
images of gods and goddess are often found decorating a…. Shrine
improved tools are one example of the _______________ of early people. Technology
as people moved to villages and cities, the ________________ of work developed. Specialization
an important development for _________________ people was learning how to use flint tools. Paleolithic
During the Neolithic Age, people slowly switched from hunting and gathering to ________________ to feed themselves. System Agriculture
The time from about 8000 B.C to 4000 B.C. is called the……… Neolithic Age
Having to do something with the making, buying and selling of goods and service is a……. Economy
occurring over and over is called a…. Constant
to set up in a particular place is called a….. Locate
A way of doing something is called a…… Method
ready to be used is called a…… Available
to build by putting parts together is called a…… constuct
to share information with someone is called a….. commuinicate
Historians call the earliest period of human history the ….. Paleolithic Age
There were no farms or villages during this time. People were ______________

giver vocab ch 7-9

Term Definition
chaos (noun) state of complete confusion and disorder.
compel (verb) to drive, urge or motivate with force; to oblige.
infringe (verb) trespass or encroach upon the right of others.
ironic (adjective) characterized by irony; happening in the opposite way to what is expected
navigational (adjective) relating to the act or practice of plotting a vehicle's course.
pervade (verb) to spread throughout; to be present in every part of something
quizzical (adjective) relating to a questioning, uncertain or puzzled way.
relinquish (verb) to give up or turn over possession/ control; to surrender.
remorse (noun)painful, deep feeling of guilt for wrongdoing.
scrupulous (adjective) having or showing a strict regard for what is right.
tentatively (adverb) not final. done as a trail or an experiment.
treacherous (adjective) likely to betray a trust; traitorous.
humiliate (verb) to make (someone) feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and self-respect, especially publicly.
benign (adjective) having or showing a kindly disposition; non-threatening.
meticulous (adjective) showing extreme or excessive concern about every last detail.