An airport would act as the node or center of a ______ region
The portion of Earth's surface occupied by permanent human settlement
Excessive crop planting, animal grazing, and tree cutting can cause
Agriculture undertaken primarily to generate products for sale off the farm
A set of religious beliefs concerning the origin of the universe
The construction of religious buildings such as churches and mosques alters the
Chile is an example of an ___________ state
Countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia are
North Carolina's 12th congressional district is an example of
Countries such as Ethiopia, Sudan, and Niger are all __________ countries because of their lack of economic properity
We are able to find McDonalds and cell phones across the globe thanks to
The fleeing of refugees from their war-torn homes in the Middle East is an example of
Process of converting an urban neighborhood from a low-income, renter-occupied area to a middle-class, owner-occupied area
The three ______ of the three largest universalizing religions are located in Asia
English is part of the Indo-European language _______
A large node of office and retail activities on the edge of an urban area
Net migration from urban to rural areas in more developed countries
Compares the ability of women and men to participate in economic and political decision making
A bar graph representing the distribution of population by age and sex
To beat out grain from stalks by trampling it
The name given to a portion of the Earth's surface
Better education opportunities, safety, and chance to make more money are all
Fear of the loss of one's life and no job opportunities are examples of
Namibia and Thailand are both examples of ___________ states
The production of copper is an example of a bulk-_________ industry
Malignant tumor of lymph nodes and lymphatic tissue.
Clear fluid that is found in lymph vessels and produced from fluid surrounding cells.
Disease of lymph nodes (glands).
Dilation of small lymph vessels; often resulting from obstruction in large lymph vessels.
An example of lymphoma.
Inflammatory disease in which small nodules, or tubercles, form in lymph nodes and other organs.
X-ray views in the transverse plaine for the diagnosis of abnormalities in lymphoid organs (lymph nodes, spleen, and thymus gland).
Acute infectious disease with enlargement of lymph nodes and increased numbers of lymphocytes and monocytes in the bloodstream.
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Human immunodeficiency syndrome
Blood-forming organ in early life; later a storage organ for red blood cells and a source of lyphocytes.
The ______ gland also produces lymphocytes.
Lymph originates in the spaces around cells and travels in _____ _______, and xxxxx xxxxx to a large vein in the neck.
Lymph originates in the spaces around cells and travels in xxxxx xxxxxxx, and _____ _____ to a large vein in the neck.
Lymph nodes located in the neck area are called ________ lymph nodes.
Lymph nodes located in the groin are called ________ lymph nodes.
Lymph nodes located in the armpit are called ________ lymph nodes.
Precise blood test to detect antibodies to specific antigens, as in HIV infection.
An organized nation or territory considered to be an organized political community under one government, France is an example of this
A portion of a state geographically separated from the main part by surrounding alien, an exapmle of this is Kaliningrad
A naturally ocyring barrier between two areas, France and Spain is an example of this
A state that is between two or more hostile countries, Georgia acted as one
When the boundary appears to be a distinctive line, for example the boundary between Russia and Poland
An area with no direct access to the ocean, an example of this is Hungary
A large aggregate of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory, an example of this is Palestine
A sovereign state whose citizens or subjects ar reltively homogeneous in factors such as language or common descent, an example of this is Iceland
When reffering to the fragmentation or break up of a region or country into smaller regions or countries, an example of this is Yugoslavia
a political term for ethnic/national minority that does not possess its own state and is not the majority population in any nation state, an example of this is Sorbia
A territory thar is legally tied to a sovereign state rather than completely independent, an example is Cologne
A portion of territory within or surrounded by a larger territory whose inhabitants are culturally or ethnically distinct, for example Chinatown
A state that contains two or more ethnic groups with traditions of self-determination that agree to coexist peacefully by recognizing each other as distinct nationalities, pakistan for example
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immdiately surrounding countryside, for example ancient Greece
A state that encompasses a very small land area, for example Monaco
A state that completely surounds another one, an example is South Africa
A state with a long, narrow shape, an example of this is Thailand
A state in which the distance from the center to any boundary does not vary significantly, for example Zimbabwe
An otherwise compact state with a large projecting extension, an example is Thailand
A nation that transcends the borders of two or more states
The average period that a person may expect to live.
The deaths of infants and children under the age of 5
The number of live births per thousand of population per year.
A poor agricultural country that is seeking to become more advanced economically.
Is the process by which an economy is transformed from primarily agricultural to one based on the manufacturing of goods.
graphical illustration that shows the distribution of various age groups in a population (typically that of a country or region of the world), which forms the shape of a pyramid when the population is growing.
The study of the characteristics of human populations, such as size, growth, density, distribution, and vital statistics.
Movement of one part of something to another. Can happen within a country or from one country to another.
is a measurement of population per unit area or unit volume – usually measured per 1000.
A survey of a given area, resulting in an account of the entire population and often the gathering of other data relating to that population at a specific time.
A community or settlement with a population of 2,000 or more
he number of deaths per 1,000 population in a given year.
A large concentration of population, usually an area with 100,000 or more people.
A group of objects or organisms of the same kind.
Also known as industrialized countries (or regions), include Europe (including all of Russia), the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
Portion of a terriotory surrounded by a larger territory. Ex: Lesotho
A sovereign state entirely enclosed by land. Ex: Switzerland
Small neutral country between 2 hostile countries. Ex: North Korea
Organization that consists of a number of parties united in an alliance. Ex: Canada
A boundary that has a naturally occuring barrier between two areas. Ex: rivers
A state whose territory is long and narrow. Ex: Chile
Drawing of a legislative district boundary to benefit a party or group. Ex: Germany election of 2000
A state that poses a roughly circular shape. Ex: Poland
A state that includes several discontinuous pieces of territory. Ex: Indonesia
A state that completely surrounds another. Ex: South Africa
A boundary that follows a regular geometric pattern. Ex: Boundary between Indonesia and Papua New Guinea
International organization formed to increase cooperation among member countries. Ex: The US, France, Republic of China
A state that exhibits a narrow, elongated land extension. Ex: Thailand
Part of a country that's separated from the rest of the country and surrounded by foreign country. Ex: Naxcivan
Delegation of authority. Ex: US experienced in the 1990's under Clinton
Economic theory that trade generates wealth. Ex: English Navigation Act of 1651
Politically organized body of people under a single government. Ex: Afghanistan
Ability of a state to govern its territoy free from control of its internal affairs by other states. Ex: Nepal
States with very small land area. Ex: Vatican City
How people use space to communicate ownership of areas. Ex: Car size
the totality of the changes in economic and social organization that began about 1760 in England and later in other countries, characterized chiefly by the replacement of hand tools with power-driven machines, as the power loom and the steam engine, and by the concentration of industry in large establishments
a supply of goods kept on hand for sale to customers by a merchant, distributor, manufacturer, etc.; inventory
a tract of land surrounded by a fence
an association of individuals, created by law or under authority of law, having a continuous existence independent of the existences of its members, and powers and liabilities distinct from those of its members
Crop rotation is the practice of growing a series of dissimilar or different types of crops in the same area in sequenced seasons. It helps in reducing soil erosion and increases soil fertility and crop yield
Adam Smith was a Scottish moral philosopher, pioneer of political economy, and a key figure in the Scottish Enlightenment. Smith is best known for two classic works: The Theory of Moral Sentiments, and An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations
the large-scale introduction of manufacturing, advanced technical enterprises, and other productive economic activity into an area, society, country, etc
an economic system in which investment in and ownership of the means of production, distribution, and exchange of wealth is made and maintained chiefly by private individuals or corporations, especially as contrasted to cooperatively or state-owned means of wealth
a building or group of buildings with facilities for the manufacture of goods
a theory or system of social organization that advocates the vesting of the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution, of capital, land, etc., in the community as a whole
Karl Marx was a German philosopher, economist, sociologist, journalist and revolutionary socialist
a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk
a group of states or nations united into one political body
to deal a blow or stroke to (a person or thing), as with the fist, a weapon, or a hammer; hit
of, relating to, or characteristic of the middle class; bourgeois
An example of the means of production in an economy
In this type of economy, the government owns the factories
Adam Smith used this phrase to describe competition in the marketplace
In this type of government, power is passed down through families
In this economic system, the government does not get involved in the economy
In socialist economies, wealth is divided ______________________.
Voting is an important element of this type of government
a time of big changes
the way something is made to happen; resources
one of the two countries that engaged in the Cold War
Democracy is the ______________________ system in the U.S.
In a capitalist society, the means of production are ______________________ owned.
Earning money for work is known as wage ___________________.
Capitalism is based on a free __________________.
things people by and sell
Under communism, there is no private ___________________.
new or recent
people living together in an organized community
a large land mass
France and Spain are on this continent
Washington, D.C. is closest to this ocean
Japan and Hawaii are islands in this ocean
A client software program that runs against a Web server or other Internet server and enables a user to navigate the World Wide Web (WWW) to access and display data.
A part of a computer system or network that is designed to block unauthorized access while permitting outward communication.
The combination of typeface and other qualities, such as size, pitch, and spacing.
A word or group of words that act as a way to cross reference to other documents or files on the computer.
A device that feeds data into a computer, such as a keyboard or mouse.
Any computer-generated information displayed on screen, printed on paper or in machine readable form, such as disk and tape.
Usually comprises the display device, circuitry, casing, and power supply.
Sending an email, posting photos on a social media site and using your webcam.
An error, flaw, failure, or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result or to behave in unintended ways.
Usually consists of eight bits.
The exclusive right, as recognized separately in each country, to publish and sell literary, artistic, or musical materials.
copy (data) from one computer system to another, typically over the Internet.
The collection of physical parts of a computer system.
A software system that links topics on the screen to related information and graphics, which are typically accessed by a point-and-click method.
A measure of the amount of computational work that a computer system performs.
This ruminant stomach compartment collects hardware.
Chewing is an example of ______________ digestion.
Pigs and dogs are examples of ______________ animals meaning they have one stomach and one stomach compartment.
A ruminant animal has ________ stomach compartments.
The duodenum, jejunum, and ileum and parts of the ____________________.
The "true stomach" of the ruminant animal is _______________.
Digestion of grain in a young calf produces ____________ acid, a VFA.
The _________ allows milk to bypass the rumen and go directly to the abomasum.
The process of crushing and grinding food with the teeth is known as ___________.
Eructation by a ruminant animal removes gas from the stomach preventing this digestive problem: _________.
Sheep, goats and ______________ are examples of ruminants.
The function of ____________ , a portion of the large intestine, is primarily to absorb water.
The ________________________ moves food from the mouth to the stomach.
occurs when individual workers focus on single tasks, enabling each worker to become more efficient and productive
the worker, firm, region, or country with the lowest opportunity cost of producing an output should specialize in that output
the ability to make something using fewer resources than other producers require
the laws, customs, manners, conventions, and other institutional underpinnings that encourage people to pursue productive activity
an expansion of the economy's production possibilities, or ability to produce
each additional increment of one good requires the economy to give up successively larger increments of the other good
producing the maximum possible output from available resources, meaning the economy cannot produce more of one good without producing less of the other good
an economic system shaped largely by custom or religion production possibilities frontier- shows the possible combinations of two types of goods that can be produced when available resources are employed efficiently
an economic system in the process of shifting from central planning to competitive markets
describes the U.S. economic system, where markets play a relatively large role
an economic system that mixes central planning with competitive markets
an economic system in which all resources are government-owned and all production is directed by the central plans of government
an economic system with no government so that private firms account for all production
the set of mechanisms and institutions that resolves the what, how, and for whom questions for an economy
the doctrine that states that government generally should not intervene in the marketplace "let them do as they please"
property owned by individuals or companies, not by the government or the people as a whole
an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods; investments that are determined by private decision rather than by state control; and determined in a free market
to sell state-run firms to idividuals
large farm leased from the state to groups of peasant farmers
requiring strict obedience to an authority, such as a dictator
a political system characterized by a centrally planned economy with all economic and political power resting in the hands of the central government
a social and political philosophy based on the belief that democratic means should be used to evenly distribute wealth throughout a society
the powers of the consumers to decide what gets produced
term economists use to describe the self-regulating nature of the marketplace
the struggle among producers for the dollars of consumers
an expectation that encourages people to behave in a certain way
Pancakes and waffles are examples of __________ batters.
When muffins are over mixed they develop ____________.
Products such as yeast, baking soda, baking powder and eggs; they cause the product to rise. ______________ _____________
________ batters are a type of quick bread why have a ratio of 1 c. liquid to 2 c. flour.
Flour or gluten forms the _____________ for most bakery products.
To work with your hands when creating soft doughs. ___________
___________ are a relative of pancakes, they are richer in fat and must be baked in a special iron.
Do not __________ __________ when combining liquid and dry ingredients when making quick breads.
Is a common leavening agent used in quick breads. _____________ ____________
The 2 bowl mixing method of mixing quick breads is known as _____________ ____________
The sticky elastic substance formed when flour comes in contact with water. ____________
A relative of the biscuit commonly eaten as strawberry ________________.
Quick breads are ___________ _____________.
The name of the colorless, flavorless leaving gas produced by baking soda or baking powder and liquid. ____________ _____________
A comparison (flour to liquid). _________
An "acidic" milk product use in baking, especially popular in the southern part of the US. __________________
To make a hole or indentation in dry ingredients. ________