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CLEP Biology: Human Growth And Development

Subjects : clep, science, biology
  • Answer 17 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Drug for insomnia and nausea that later showed to be a teratogen causing limb deformities in fetuses

2. Disorder defined by IQ<70

3. A parasite which is most commonly transmitted from animals to humans by contact with contaminated feces especially damaging to fetus.

4. The control of more than one phenotypic characteristic by a single gene (eg. Marfan's Syndrome is cause by a single mutation but causes issues with bones - aorta - and vision)

5. First 2 weeks of fetal development; spans the period from fertilization through implantation

6. A sequence of physical maturation and growth that proceeds from the head (cephalic region) to the tail (or caudal region).

7. Testing fluid from the amnionic sac

8. Areas of the human body with heightened sensitivity

9. Loss of memory resulting from repression of psychological - emotional trauma or damage

10. Traits controlled by two or more genes

11. These senses are fully-developed in newborns

12. Birth complication of severe hypoxia - often due to tangled umbilical cord. affects 1%

13. Hearing impairment in old age

14. Degenerative brain disorder often traced to illness in early childhood like meningitis

15. An abnormal condition of pregnancy characterized by hypertension and edema and protein in the urine

16. Minimal brain dysfunction characterized by hyperactivity - distractibility - impulsivity

17. Neurological disorder characterized by abnormal communication/social skills - obsessive behavior - regression. 4x more prevalent in boys