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100
This states that all living things are composed of cells; cells are the basic functional unit of life; cells arise only from pre-existing cells; and cells carry their genetic information in the form of DNA
What is Cell Theory?
100
This states that it is impossible to know both the momentum and position of an electron at the same time.
What is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle?
100
Distance, Speed and Mass.
What are scalar quantities?
100

This refers to the low likelihood of experimental findings being due to chance.

What is statistical significance?

100

This is a function in functionalism that are unexpected, unintended, or unrecognized consequences of manifest actions

What is latent?

200
The fluid component of the cytoplasm.
What is Cytosol?
200
This principle states that no two electrons in an atom can have the same four quantum numbers.
What is the Pauli exclusion?
200
For this to occur, the sum of all torques acting on a body must be zero.
What is rotational equilibrium?
200

These studies assess both exposure and outcome at the same point in time.

What are cross-sectional studies?

200

This theory focuses on how power differentials are created and contribute to maintaining social order. It explains how groups compete for resources to attain power or superiority.

What is conflict?

300
Name the two membrane-bound sacs involved in transport and storage of cellular materials.
What are vesicles and vacuoles?
300

This states that electrons will fill out to create the maximum number of half-filled orbitals.

What is Hand's Rule?

300
This is conserved in a completely elastic collision.
What is kinetic energy?
300

This is a type of response bias that is the tendency of survey respondents to answer questions in a manner that will be viewed favorably by others.

What is social desirability bias?

300

This studies the way we interact through a shared understanding of words, gestures and other symbols.

What is symbolic interactionism?

400

These are the sites of aerobic respiration and supply most of the cell's energy.

What is the mitochondria?

400
This is the energy that is required to completely remove an electron from an atom.
What is Ionization Energy?
400
This type of heat transfer involves the direct transfer of energy from molecule to molecule through molecular collisions?
What is conduction?
400

This is the quality of approximating the true value whereas this is the quality of being consistent in approximations.

What are validity (accuracy) and reliability (precision)?

400

This culture refers to physical objects, resources, and spaces that people use to define their culture whereas this refers to the ideas associated with a cultural group.

What are material and symbolic?

500
This makes hydrogen peroxide and digests fats into smaller molecules.
What is the function of peroxisomes?
500
Solid, Liquid and Gas.
What are the three phases of matter?
500
This process is one in which no heat flows from the system to its surroundings (or vice versa).
What is an adiabatic process?
500

This is an extraneous variable that relates to both dependent and independent variables.

What is a confounding variable?

500

This theory explores how we make decisions to agree upon a given social reality, the "value" placed on certain social constructs.

What is social constructionism?

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