Busy. Please wait.

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account?  Sign up 

show password


Make sure to remember your password. If you forget it there is no way for StudyStack to send you a reset link. You would need to create a new account.

By signing up, I agree to StudyStack's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Already a StudyStack user? Log In

Reset Password
Enter the email address associated with your account, and we'll email you a link to reset your password.

Remove ads
Don't know (0)
Know (0)
remaining cards (0)
To flip the current card, click it or press the Spacebar key.  To move the current card to one of the three colored boxes, click on the box.  You may also press the UP ARROW key to move the card to the "Know" box, the DOWN ARROW key to move the card to the "Don't know" box, or the RIGHT ARROW key to move the card to the Remaining box.  You may also click on the card displayed in any of the three boxes to bring that card back to the center.

Pass complete!

"Know" box contains:
Time elapsed:
restart all cards

Embed Code - If you would like this activity on your web page, copy the script below and paste it into your web page.

  Normal Size     Small Size show me how

AHS Science

quiz bowl science questions

HCL Hydrochroic acid
H2SO4 Sulfuric acid
H2CO3 Carbonic acid
HC2H3O2 Acetic acid
HNO3 Nitric acid
HCOOH Formic acid
HBr Hydrobromic acid
HClO4 Perchloric acid
H3PO4 Phosphoric acid
H2CrO4 Chromic acid
moon Titania Uranus
moon Titan Saturn
moon Triton Saturn
moon Miranda Uranus
moon Io Jupiter
moon Deimos Mars
moon Oberon Uranus
moon Ganymede Jupiter
moon Callisto Jupiter
Tethys Saturn
Phobos Mars
SI Electerical resistance Ohm
SI Luminous intensity Candela
SI Frequnecy Hertz
SI Force Newton
The planets between which the asteroid belt is found Mars and Jupiter
The planet with the shortest period of revolution Mecury
The only planet on which a day is longer than a year Venus
The largest moon in the solar system Ganymede
The outermost Jovian planet Neptune
The planet around which Maranda and Ariel revolve Uranus
The planet with the highest recorded surface temperature Venus
The largest known asteroid in the solar system Ceres
The planet with the tallest mountain Mars
The two moons that revolve around Mars Deimos and Phobos
Stars And Costellations Betelgeuse Orion
Stars And Costellations Sirius Canis Major
Stars And Costellations Vega Lyra
Stars And Costellations Altair Aquilla
Stars And Costellations Pollux Gemini
Stars And Costellations Alderbaran Taurus
Stars And Costellations Rigel Orion
Stars And Costellations Procyon Canis Major
Stars And Costellations Spica Virgo
Stars And Costellations Deneb Cygnus
Stars And Costellations Canopus Cygnus
Stars And Costellations Canopus Carina
Term for the family of compounds that are composed of oxygen and another element Oxides
Term for any positively charged ion Cation
Name for the principle which states that disturbed systems adjust themselves in order to minimize the disturbance Le Chatelier
Meaning of the acronym EMF Electromotive force
Ultimately, this Zaire-born disease liquefies interal organs Ebola Virus (Hemorrhagic Fever)
Caused mostly by animal bites, symptoms include convulsions, drooling, and a loss of muscle function Rabies
This stiffening, paralyzing, potentially fatal disease is that shich President Franklin Roosevelt suffered. Polio
Also known as variola, it now only exists in storage at two labs in the entire world. Before its declared eradication in 1980 it was an often fatal disease Smallpox
Ultimately, this Zaire-born disease liquifies internal organs Ebola Virus (Hemorrhagic Fever)
Caused mostly by animal bites, symptoms include convulsions, drooling, and a loss of muscle function Rabies
This stiffening, paralyzing, potentially fatal disease is that which President Franklin Roosevelt suffered Polio
Also known as variola, it now only exists in storage at two labs in the entire world. Before its declared eradication in 1980 it was an often fatal disease. Smallpox
The study of the heart, its functions, and diseases Cardiology
Abnormally high blood pressure Hypertension
Any blood vessel that carries blood from some part of the body back toward the heart Vein
The adjective used to describe a heart defect present at birth Congenital
Secretes prolactin, oxytocin, and growth hormone Pituitary gland
Contains expansion folds called rugae stomach
Connect the kidneys to the bladder ureters
Sperm are stored here before entering the vas deferens epididymis
Part of the brain that coordinates skeletal muscle movement cerebellum
Largest and strongest chamber of the heart left ventricle
largest artery in the body aorta
Tube that elads from the uterus to the exterior of the female body vagina
Produces lipase and amylase and secretes insulin pancreas
Endocrine gland in teh neck that regulates metabolic rate thyroid gland
Connects the larynx to the bronchi trachea
This term refers to any region in which organisms interact with their environment. Ecosystem
It is the sum total of an organism's utilization of biotic and abiotic resources in its environment. Niche
This adjective descrives a lake with high rates of biological producitivity and nutrient cycling. Eutrophic
In this type of symbiotic relationship, one organism is helped while the other is unaffected. Commensalism
the sister chromatids move to opposite ends of the cell anaphase
Chromatin condenses to form chromosomes prophase
the chromosomes align themselves on an imaginary line at the center of the cell metaphase
two new nuclear envelopes begin to form before a cleavage furrow develops telophase
Give the chemical formula for Sodium Chloride NaCl
Give the chemical formula for Nitrous Oxide N2O
Give the chemical formula for Aluminum Oxide Al2O3
Give the chemical formula for Sodium Nitrate NaNO3
Upper bone of the leg femur
Breast bone sternum
Collective name for the eight wrist bones carpals
Lower jaw bone mandible
Name for the first cervical vertibra atlas
Upper bone of the arm humerus
Bone of the lower arm that points to the little finger ulna
Smaller posterior bone of the lower leg fibula
The two upper jaw bones maxillae
Heel bone calcaneus
Name for the last four vertebrae fused together; the tailbone coccyx
Moon- Io Jupiter
Moon-Titan Saturn
Moon-Phobos Mars
Triton Neptune
The comparison of the density of a mineral to the density of water specific gravity
Metallic element in the mineral known as "cinnabar" Mercury
The process in which the percentage of a metal in an ore is determined assaying
The name of the metallic element in the mineral sphalerite Zinc
A lack of clotting factor VIII (8) causes unstoppable bleeding in this disorder. Hemophilia
Red blood cells may change shape, causing them to get stuck in caapillaries, in this disease. Sickle cell
The lungs and pancreas produce unusually thick mucus that is hard to break up in this disorder. Cystic fibrosis
Characterized by a red spot on the retina, this disease causes fatty accumaltions on the nerve cells of the brain, causing blindness, paralysis and then death in young children. Tay-Sachs
Disease associated with a woman named MaryMallon Typhoid Fever
Disease known as the "kissing disease" Mononucleosis
Disease in which the gums become loose around the teeth Gingivitis
Condition in which a person binge eats and then purges the food Bulimia
Condition caused when fluid pressure builds up in the eye Glaucoma
Affliction in which children are socially withdrawn. Autism
Term for low blood sugar Hypoglycemia
Brief stoppage of breathing while sleeping. Sleep Apnea
Virus disease that first appeared in Zaire in 1976. Ebola
Swelling of the thyroid gland due to a deficiency in iodine Goiter
Common name for Hansen's Disease or Father's Damian Disease Leporsy
The tendency of a substance to move down its concentration gradient from an area of greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration. Diffusion
A gap between neurons where they communicate with each other Synapse
An oxygen-binding protein in muscle cells Myoglobin
A phenotype in which both alleles are expressed in a heterozygote Co-dominant
He created the first modern periodic table Dmitri Mendeleev
These metals are in group 1, the first column of the periodic table Alkali metals
These substances zig-zag along a line from boron to polonium. Metalloids
This term refers to elements 57 through 71 lanthanides
Members of groups 3 to 12 are all classified as this type of metal transition metals
These nonmetals are in group 17 of the table halogens
Elements 89 to 103 fall under this category actinides
These inert substances are in group 18, the last column of the table. nobel gases
Group 2 contains this group of somewhat reactive metals alkaline earth metals
Term for all elements greater than atomic number 92. transuranium elements
Number of periods in the periodic table 7
Winning the 1954 Nobel Prize in Physics and the 1962 Nobel Peace Prize, this anti-nuclear weapons advocate is the one of four scientists to ever win two Nobel Prizes Linus Pauling
Defined mathematically as the negative logarithm of the concentration of Hydrogen ions, its is the measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a substance pH
The name for the anion PO4^+3 Phosphate
This is the type of bond that holds together amino acids in proteins Peptide Bonds
Created by: armorelqb