HC101: Lymph/Immune Lymphatic and Immune Systems

Term Definition
AIDS Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
adenoid/o adenoids
Agranulocystes a type of white blood cells without granules
Allergen a substance that induces allergy
Anaphylaxis hypersensitivity (as to foreign proteins or drugs) resulting from sensitization following prior contact with the causative agent
Antibiotics tending to prevent, inhibit, or destroy life
Antibody protective protein; any of a large number of proteins that act specifically against the antigen in an immune response
Antifungal destroying fungi or inhibiting their growth
Antigen foreign protein; any substance foreign to the body that evokes an immune response either alone or after forming a complex with a larger molecule (as a protein) and that is capable of binding with a product (as an antibody or T cell) of the immune response
axill/o axilla, underarm
Bacilli a genus of rod-shaped gram-positive endospore-producing usually aerobic bacteria of the family
Bacteria any of a domain of prokaryotic, round, spiral, or rod-shaped single-celled microorganisms that are often aggregated into colonies and are noted for their biochemical effects and pathogenicity
Candidiasis infection with or disease caused by a fungus of the genus Candida
Cytokines any of a class of immunoregulatory proteins (as interleukin, tumor necrosis factor, and interferon) that are secreted by cells especially of the immune system
Cytotoxic toxic to cells
Drug a substance used as a medication or in the preparation of medication
Erythrocytes red blood cells
Granulocytes a type of white blood cells with granules
Hematocrit A blood test used to measure the volume of RBC’s within the total volume of blood
Hemolytic lysis of red blood cells with liberation of hemoglobin
HIV Human Immunodeficiency Virus
immmunity body's ability to defend itself against pathogens
immun/o protection
Immunoglobulins any of a large number of proteins that acts specifically against the antigen in an immune response
Immunosuppressant a chemical agent (as a drug) that suppresses the immune response
Immunotherapy treatment or prevention of disease (such as a cancer, autoimmune disorder, or allergy) that involves the stimulation, enhancement, suppression, or desensitization of the immune system
Infectious Mononucleosis an acute infectious disease associated with Epstein-Barr virus that is characterized especially by fever, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, fatigue, and lymphocytosis and occurs primarily in adolescents and young adults
inguin/o groin region
Interferons any of a group of heat-stable soluble basic antiviral glycoproteins that are produced usually by cells exposed to the action of a virus
lacteals lymphatic vessels located around the small intestine
lymph fluid within a lymphatic vessel
lymph/o lymph
lymphaden/o lymph node
Lymphadenitis inflammation of lymph nodes
Lymphadenopathy abnormal enlargement of the lymph nodes
lymphangi/o lymph vessel
Lymphangioma a tumor formed of dilated lymphatic vessels
Lymphedema edema due to faulty lymphatic drainage
Lymphocytes colorless cells that originate from stem cells and constitute 20-30% of the white blood cells of normal human blood
Lymphoma a usually malignant tumor of lymphoid tissue
Macrophage phagocytic cells that functions in the destruction of foreign antigens (as bacteria and viruses), and serves as an antigen-presenting cell
Malaria an acute or chronic disease caused by the presence of sprozoan parasites in the red blood cells, the greatest single cause of debilitation and death throughout the world
Mammography X-ray examination of the breasts (as for early detection of cancer)
Metastasis the spread of a disease-producing agent (as cancer cells or bacteria) or disease from the initial or primary site of disease to another part of the body
Metastasize to spread by metastasis
Myoma a tumor consisting of muscle tissue
Myosarcoma a sarcomatous myoma
Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma various malignant lymphomas that are not classified as Hodgkin's lymphoma, have malignant cells derived from B cells, T cells, or natural killer cells. Characterized especially by enlarged lymph nodes, fever, night sweats, fatigue, and weight loss
nucle/o nucleus
Osteosarcoma a sarcoma derived from bone or containing bone tissue
Parasite an organism living in, with, or on another organism in parasitism
path/o disease
Plasmapheresis Method of removing plasma from the body without depleting the formed elements
Rabies an acute virual disease of the CNS, transmitted in infected saliva usually through the bite of a rabid animal. Typically characterized by fatigue, headache, fever, discomfort, increased salivation, excitability, confusion, muscle weakness, death
Rickettsia a genus of rod-shaped, coccoid, or diplococcus-shaped often pleomorphic bacteria (family Rickettsiaceae) that are transmitted by biting arthropods (as lice or ticks) and cause a number of serious diseases (as Rocky Mountain spotted fever and typhus)
Rubella an acute contagious disease that is milder than typical measles but is damaging to the fetus when occurring early in pregnancy and that is caused by a togavirus (also known as German Measles)
Sanguin/o blood
Sarcoma a malignant tumor arising in tissue of mesodermal origin (as connective tissue, bone, cartilage, or striated muscle) that spreads by extension into neighboring tissue or by way of the bloodstream
Spirochetes any bacterium of the order Spirochaetales including those causing syphilis and relapsing fever
Spleen Organ whose functions contributes to body defenses
splen/o spleen
Splenomegaly abnormal enlargement of the spleen
Staphylococci a genus of nonmotile gram-positive spherical bacteria (Staphylococcaceae or Micrococcaceae), contains forms occurring singly, in pairs or tetrads, or in irregular clusters, and includes causative agents of various disorders
Streptococci a genus of spherical or ovoid chiefly nonmotile and parasitic gram-positive bacteria (family Streptococcaceae) that divide only in one plane, occur in pairs or chains, and include important pathogens of humans and domestic animals
Teletherapy the treatment of diseased tissue with high-intensity radiation (as gamma rays from radioactive cobalt)
thym/o thymus gland
thymus produces thymosin which changes lymphocytes into T-cells
tox/o poison
transfusion Artificial transfer of blood into the bloodstream blood
Varicella an acute contagious disease especially of children that is marked by low-grade fever and formation of vesicles (also known as Chicken Pox)

Thunder Rose Vocab Words

Term Definition
Compare to show similarities between objects,ideas,people,places,event,or passages
Contrast to show differences between objects,ideas,people,places,events,or passages
Multiple-Meaning-Word words that mean the same but have more than one meaning
Style an author's word choice,language and sentence constitution
Analyze to study or find out relationship or parts of a text
Branded marked by burning skin with hot iron
Constructed fitted together ; built
Lullaby a song for singing to a child
Daintily with delicate beauty; pretty and freshly
Devastation waste; destrution
Pitch thick,black,sticky substance made from tar or tupentinc
Resourceful good at thinking of ways to do things
Theving stealing
Venis blood vessels that carry blood to the heart from all parts of the body

The Great Fire Vocabulary Study Guide

Term Definition
ambled walked, strolled through
intense strong, powerful
smolder to burn slowly with smoke and no flame
ornately in a fancy way
proclaimed declared, announced
hazards risks or dangers
unrelenting continuous, nonstop
flared to burn with a sudden or unsteady flame
alleviate to reduce
stifling very hot

Thunder Rose Vocab Words

Compare to show similarities between objects,ideas,people,places,events,or passages
Contrast to show differences between objects,ideas,people,places,events,or passages
Multiple-Meaning word Words that are spelled the same but have more than one meaning
Style An author word choice, language, and sentence construction
Analyze To study or find out the relationship of the parts of the text
Branded Marked by burning the skin with a hot iron
Constructed Fitted together; built
Lullaby A song for singing to a child
Danity With delicate beauty; prettily and freshly
Devastation Waste; destruction
Pitch Thick, black, sticky substance made from tar
Resourceful Good at thinking of ways to do things
Thieving Stealing
Veines blood vessels that carry blood to the heart from all parts of the body

thunder rose vocabulary

Term Definition
compare to show similarities between objects, ideas,people,places,events,or passages
contrast to show differences between objects,ideas,people,places,events,or passages
multiple meaning word words that are spelled the same but have more than one meaning
style an authors word choice,language,and sentence construction
analyze to study or find out the relationship of the parts of a text
branded marked by burning the skin with a hot iron
constructed fitted together built
lullaby a song for singing for a child
daintily with delicate beauty prettily and freshly
devastation wast destruction
pitch

CHAPTER 16 HAIRCUTTING

Question Answer
The reference point that signals a change in head shape from flat Four corners
The straight lines that signal change in head shape from flat to round or vice versa Horizontal lines
The straight lines used to remove weight to create graduation or layering haircuts Vertical lines
The working areas hair is parted into for control in haircutting Sections
The angle at which the fingers are held when cutting the line that creates the end shape Cutting line
The guideline used when creating layers or a graduated haircut Traveling guideline
The technique of combing the hair away from its natural falling position, rather than straight out from the head Overdirection
The direction in which the hair grows from the scalp, also referred to as natural falling position Growth pattern
Type of comb used for close tapers on the nape and sides when using the scissor-over-comb technique Barber comb
Technique used to free up the cutting hand to cut a subsection Transferring the comb
The amount of pressure applied when using combing and holding a subsections Tension
With what haircut is it customary to use a horizontal cutting line and to cut below your fingers or on the inside of your knuckles Blunt haircut or heavier graduated haircut
Visual line in a haircut, where the ends of the hair hang together Weight line
Parting the haircut in the opposite way it was cut, at the same elevation, to check for precision of line and shape Cross-checking
A method of cutting or layering hair in which the fingers and shears glide along the edge of the hair to remove length Slide cutting
The process of removing excess bulk without shortening hair length Texturing
The process of thinning hair to graduated lengths using a sliding movement of the shears with the blades kept partially open Slithering
What hair is best to work with when performing the slicing technique Dry hair
What does elevation create? Graduation and layers
A guideline located at the outer line of the cut Perimeter
What tension should be used on straight hair to create precise lines? Maximum
Using the razor on what hair will weaken the cuticle and cause frizzing? Curly
What does a great haircut begin with? Great consultant
A quick way to analyze a face shape is to determine if it is.. Wide or long
Hair density is the number of individual hair strands on how much of the scalp? 1 square inch
What may be used with cutting guards of various length Clippers
What on a pair of shears allows you to have more control over the shear? Finger tang
How often should your shears be cleaned and lubricated? After every client
When palming your shears, you should hold the comb between which fingers Thumb, index, and middle
What tool can texturizing not be done with? Clippers
Term referring to the shape of the head Head form
Places on the head that mark where the surface of the head changes Perimeters
Widest area of the head Parietal ridge
The bone that protrudes at the base of the skull Occipital bone
Highest point on the head Apex
Area at the back of the neck Nape
Triangular section that begins at the apex and ends at the front corners Bang area
A thin, continuous mark used as a guide Line
Lines parallel to the floor and relative to the horizon Horizontal
The space between two lines or surfaces that intersect at a given point Angle
Lines perpendicular to the horizon Vertical
Lines with a slanting or sloping direction Diagonal
Line dividing the hair at the scalp Part
To how many degrees is the hair elevated from the scalp to create uniform layers? 90
Shears best for adding increased blending Texturizing shear
Hand position most often used when cutting uniform or increasing layers Cutting over your fingers
Haircut that is cut at a 90 degree elevation and overdirected to maintain length and weight at the perimeter Long layered cut
When cutting a layered haircut on a client with hair past the shoulder blades, which technique is used to connect the top sections to the lengths? Slide cutting
Cutting tool that should generally be avoided when cutting curly hair Razor
How is a haircut cross-checked? By working across the area diagonally
Which haircut represents cutting the hair very short and close to the hairline and then gradually getting longer as you move up the head? A taper
The process when the hair contracts or lifts through the action of moisture loss/drying Shrinkage

Literary ELements

Question Answer
protagonist main character in a text with a problem or conflict.
antagonist character or thing that competes against or fights against the main character in a text.
external conflict struggle between a character and an outside force (man verses man, man verses nature, man verses society).
internal conflict struggle of a character within himself, herself, or itself.
theme moral message or lesson about life that a story teaches.
setting time and place of a story
imagery descriptive writing used to create a mental picture that appeals to the readers five senses
mood feeling created in the reader by a piece of text
tone authors feelings or attitude towards a subject in a piece of text
adjective describes a noun

Stack #2622563

Question Answer
percent proportion to find the percent of the number
constant rate of change change over change
proportion equation that sates 2 ratios are equal
constant of proportionality a constant ratio of two variables quantities
ratios a comparasion of two quantities using division
rate compares two quantities with different units
unit rate it ends with 1
rate of change a rate that describes how one quantity change in a relation to another
unit ratio ends with 1

Thunder Rose Vocab words

Term Definition
compare to show similarities between objects ,ideas, people, places ,events,or passage
contrast to show differences between objects,ideas,people,places,events, or passage
Multiple-Meaning words words that are spelled the same but have more then one meaning
Style an authors word choice,language and sentence construction
Analyze to study or find out the relationship of the parts of a text
Branded marked by burning the skin with a hot iron
Constructed fitted together built
lullaby a song for singing to a child
Daintily with delicate beauty prettily and freshly
Devastation waste destruction
pitch thick,black,sticky substance made from tar or turpentine
Resourceful good at thinking of ways to do things
thieving stealing
Veins blood vessels that carry blood to the heart from all parts of the body