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coiler
skidding
shipping
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finaltest
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jacketing
inprocesstest
stranding
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Coloring

Vocabulary Words ch1 Supply Chain Logistics (CLA) Worksheet

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Matching Worksheet
Description

Farms and Mines Raw Material Providers
Manufacturing or Factories Production Facilities
Airlines/drones/ships/trucks/trains Transportation
network used to deliver products or services from raw materials to customers Supply Chain
world wide supply Global Supply Chain
mines or farms products to production Raw materials Inventory
Inventory currently being processed Work-In-Process (WIP)
inventory ready to ship or package Finished goods Inventory
inventory shipped to customer In-Transit Inventory
what the customer wants/ where../ when…/ why…/ how shipped Customer Interaction
quantity of goods for sale Supply
Most critical/ identify and expecting acquisition of goods Receiving
Assigning product to specific location warehouse Stocking
Activity to administratively process a customer's order Assembly products from various locations for a specific order Order Processing
order process Picking
Materials surrounding an time to protect from damage full case has no packaging requirement Packing
determined by customer Shipping
Just in time process transfer form incoming dock to outgoing dock Goods-In Bay
Just in time Goods-out Bay
process of moving items directly from an incoming trailer or container to an outgoing trailer or container. Cross-docking
A need for a particular item Demand
Warehouse with finished goods Distribution Center
identification SKU (Stock Keeping Unit)
Mathematically measure of efficiency Productivity

Cell Division Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Genetic information is bundled into packages of DNA Chromosomes
The chromosomes in eukaryotic cells form a close association with histones, a type of protein. Chromatin
Biologists described the life of a cell as one cell division after another separated by an "in-between" period of growth. Interphase
First stage of the process,division of the cell nucleus. Mitosis
The second stage, the division of the cytoplasm. Cytokinesis
First phase of mitosis, usually the longest and may take up half of the total time required to complete mitosis. Prophase
Duplicated strands of the DNA molecule canbe seen to be attached along their length at an area. Centromere
Each DNA strand in the duplicated chromosome is referred to as a sister chromatid. Chromatid
Spindle fibers extend from a region called the centrosome, where tiny paried structures are located. Centrioles
Second phase of mitosis, is generally the shortest. Metaphase
Third phase of mitosis, begins when sister chromatids separate and begin to move apart. Anaphase
The fourth and final phase of mitosis. Telophase

cell division Crossword

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Description

what is the brain of the cell nucles
what cells have to do cell division
the production of genetically identical offspring from a single parent asexual
genetic information bundled into packages of DNA known as chromosomes
a complex fo chromosomes and protein is referred to as chromatin
a series of events cells go through cell cycle
the division of the cytoplasm is called cytokinesis
division of cell nucleus is called mitosis
the longest phase of mitosis prophase
each DNA strand in the duplicated chrmosome is reffered to as chromatid
the duplacated strands of the DNA molecule can be seen to be attached along their length at an area called the centromere
stimulates the growth and division of cells growth factors
the process by which cells become specialized differentiation

Titanic word search

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CARPATHIA
WRECKAGE
FROZEN
DROWNED
DISASTER
FUNNELS
SURVIVORS
RESCUED
SHIP
CREW
LIFE BOATS
LIFE JACKETS
DECK
COLLISION
ICEBERG
ATLANTIC OCEAN
VOYAGE
THIRD CLASS
FIRST CLASS
PASSENGERS
America
White star
Ticket
CAPTAIN
TITANIC

DNA, RNA, Protein Synthesis crossword

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Crossword
Description

Type macromolecule know a nucleic acid. dna
a nucleid acid present in all living cell. rna
it is paired with guanine in double-stranded DNA. cytosine
a compoun that ocurrs in guano and fish scales. guanine
in DNA its place taken by thymine. uracil
a pyrimidine derivative, it is paired with adenine in double-stranded DNA thymine
a purine derivatinve, it is paired with thymine in double-stranded DNA. adenine
the shape of DNA. double helix
a sugar derived from ribose by replacing a hydroxyl group with hydrogen. deoxyribose
where does the mRNA travel to ribose
a compound consisting of a nucleosides linked to a phosphate group. nucleotide
process by which the genetic code puts together proteins in the cell. protein synthesis
messenger RNA, is a subtype of RNA. mrna
activated by enzyme that attaches a specific amino acid to the end trna
the first step of the central dogmainvolves the synthesis of mRNA from DNA in process transcription
once the mRNA is synthesized and processed, it moves to the ribosome. translation
a sphere- shaped structure within the cytoplasm of the cell that is composed of RNA and protein and is the site of protein synthesis. ribosome
the building blocks of all biological proteins. amino acid
set of three bases codon
opposite codon antidon
built from a large number of amino acids. polypeptide

Cell Organelles Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A membrane bound structure that is the basic unit of life cell
The lipid bilayr that forms the outer boundary of the cell Cell Membrane
A rigid structure that surrounds the cells of plants and most bacteria Cell wall
A jelly-like substance that hold the cell organelles together Cytoplasm
Known as the "skeleton" of the cell; network of long protein strands in the cytosol that helps support the cell Cytoskeleton
A system of membranes that modifies and packages proteins for export by the cell Golgi apparatus
Powerhouse of the cell; produces energy (ATP) from oxygen and sugar (cellular respiration) Mitochondria
An organelle containing digestive enzymes Lysosomes
The organelle where ribosomes are made, synthesized and partially assembled, located in the nucleus Nucleolus
The organelle that contains the DNA and controls the processes of the cell Nucleus
An organelle that functions in the synthesis of proteins Ribosome
Stores water and nutrients for the cell; very large in plant cells Vacuole
A membrane bound sac that contains materials involved in transport of the cell Vesicle
An internal membrane system in which components of cell membrane and some proteins are constructed Endoplasmic Reticulum
whip-like tails found in one-celled organisms to aid movement Flagella
One of several bodies with a specialized function that is suspended in the cytosol of the cell; small organs Organelle
A double membrane that surrounds the nucleus in the cell Nuclear envelope

Drivers ed Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The result of one object hitting another with sudden force. Collision
A safety feature that requires a driver and passenger to protect themselves. ActiveSafetyDevice
Traction or friction Adhesion
Laws that regulate licensing, vehicle registration, and financial responsibility. Administrative Laws
A speed limit that interrupts normal speed for a limited duration of time. Advisory speed limit
Driving aggressively. Aggressive driving
Produces electricity for vehicles functions Alternator
Liquid substance with low freezing point often put in radiators Antifreeze
Allows you to turn while braking and prevents skidding Anti-lock brake system
Events you assume might happen Assumption
A curve that is higher on the outside and lower on the inside Banked curve
An area outside the vehicle that is not visible to the driver through the mirrors Blind spot
The amount of alcohol in your blood BAC
A skid occurring when a tire suddenly loses pressure Blowout skid
A skid occurring when breaking too hard Breaking skid
A colorless, odorless, poisonous gas Carbon monoxide
The point at which the weight of an object is evenly distributed Center of gravity
The 3% cone at the center of your focus central vision
The force that pushes an object out of a curve and into a straight line Centrifugal force
A device that engages and disengages the engine from the drive shaft Clutch
The ability to see colors Color vision
Speaking as you drive Commentary driving
Comparing between two objects Comparison
To choose something to make up for something else Compensate
Toll Lane, controlled access express way CAE

Cell Division - Ch. 10 Biology Crossword

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The process by which a cell divides into two daughter cells cell division
The production of genetically identical offspring from a single parent is known as asexual reproduction asexual reproduction
Offspring produced by sexual reproduction inherit some of their genetic information from each parent sexual reproduction
DNA, genetic information, that is bundled and packaged in the cell in preparation for cell division (rather than being in long strands of chromatin) chromosome
DNA exists in the nucleolus in chromatin form; "beads on a string" the beads are histone proteins and the the string is the DNA chromatin
A series of events where a cell grows, prepares for division and divides to form two daughter cells cell cycle
Part of cell cycle where the cell grows, DNA replicates, and the organelles and molecules produced for cell division interphase
Duplication of the cell's genetic information which is described by four phases mitosis
First described phase of mitosis, takes the longest, the genetic material inside the nucleus condenses and the duplicated chromosomes become visible. Outside the nucleus, a spindle starts to form prophase
Where the duplicated strands of DNA attach centromere
One of the duplicated strands of DNA, sometimes the two strands are referred to sister chromatids chromatid
Tiny paired structures where spindles come from to attach to the centromere to centrioles
The second phase of mitosis; the centromere of the duplicated chromosomes line up across the center of the cell. Spindle fibers connect the centromere of each chromosome to the the two poles of the spindle metaphase
Third event of mitosis; the chromosomes separate and move along spindle fibers to opposite ends of the cell anaphase
The fourth and final phase of mitosis; the chromosomes, which were distinct and condensed, begin to spread out into a tangle of chromatin; the nuclear envelope re-forms around each cluster of chromosomes . the spindle breaks apart and a nucleolus becomes visible in each daughter nucleus. Mitosis is complete. telophase
The splitting of one cell into two; occurs after the phases of mitosis are complete; the process of cytokinesis is different in plant and animal cells cytokinesis
Proteins that regulate the timing of the cell cycle; these proteins are inside and outside the cell cyclins
Proteins that stimulate the growth and division of cells; especially important proteins during embryonic development and wound healing growth factors
A process of programmed cell death; cells end their life cycle in one of two ways: damage or programmed apoptosis
A mass of body cells that do not respond to the signals that regulate the growth of most cells cancer
A mass of cells; can be benign which means the mass doesn't spread; or malignant which means the mass will spread and start new tumors in other areas of the body tumor

FALL WORD SEARCH PUZZLE

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TURKEY
HARVEST
COLORFUL
HAYRIDE
SCARECROW
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NOVEMBER
HALLOWEEN
GOURDS
AUTUMN
ACORNS
PUMPKINS
APPLES
SCENERY
FALL FOLIAGE
NIPPY
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DNA Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

A compound consisting of a nucleoside linked to a phosphate group. Nucleotides form the basic structural unit of nucleic acids such as DNA. Nucleotide
A pair of parallel helices intertwined aboucomt a mon axis,especially that in the structure of the DNA molecule. Double Helix
Constrains imposed by the molecular structure of DNA and RNA on the formation of hydrogen bonds among the four purine and pyrimidine bases such that adenine pairs with thymine or uracil, and guanine pairs with cytosine. Base-pairing rules
Genetics. The process by which double-stranded DNA makes copies of itself, each strand, as it separates, synthesizing a complementary strand. Replication
Any of a class of enzymes involved in the synthesis of deoxyribonucleic acid from its deoxyribonucleoside triphosphate precursors. DNA Polymerase
Molecular biology describes the two-step process, transcription and translation,by which the information in genes flows into proteins. Central Dogma
Any of a class of single-stranded molecules transcribed from DNA in the cell nucleus or in the mitochondrion or chloroplast RNA
The first step of gene expression, in which a particular segment of DNA is copied into RNA. Transcription
An enzyme that synthesizes the formation of RNA from a DNA template during transcription. RNA Polymerase
The form of RNA in which genetic information transcribed from DNA as a sequence of bases is transferred to a ribosome. Messenger RNA
A type of RNA, distinguished by its length and abundance, functioning in protein synthesis as a component of ribosomes. Ribosomal RNA
A small RNA molecule, consisting of a strand of nucleotides folded into a clover-leaf shape, that picks up an unattached amino acid within the cell cytoplasm and conveys it to the ribosome for protein synthesis. Transfer RNA
The process follows transcription in which the DNA sequence is copied (or transcribed) into an mRNA. Translation
A triplet of adjacent nucleotides in the messenger RNA chain that codes for a specific amino acid in the synthesis of a protein molecule. Codon
A codon that stops the synthesis of a protein molecule. Stop Codon
A codon that starts the synthesis of protein molecule. Start Codon
A sequence of three nucleotides in a region of transfer RNA that recognizes a complementary coding triplet of nucleotides in messenger RNA during translation by the ribosomes in protein biosynthesis. Anticodon
Occurs when a DNA gene is damaged or changed in such a way as to alter the genetic message carried by that gene. Mutation
A type of mutation that causes a single nucleotide base substitution, insertion, or deletion of the genetic material, DNA or RNA. Point Mutation
A number of nucleotides in a DNA sequence that is not divisible by three. Frameshift Mutation