6.The functions of body language within communication:

-Definition: As difficult as it is to prise apart the functions of verbal and non-verbal communication, researchers have over the years been able to identify some basic functions of body language within the communication process.

-These functions generally fit within one of several general categories:

+ Regulating:Body language serves the function of pacing and regulating communication. For instance, in a group of people, there are a number of

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culture consist of the share products of human groups. These products include both physical objects and beliefs, values and behavior shared by a group. Material includes beliefs, family patterns, ideas, language, political and economic system, rules, skills, and work practice
Society: group of interdependent people who have organized in such a way as to share a common culture and feeling of unity.
The components of culture:
1. Technology: a society culture of not only physical objects, but also
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Chemistry Mid-Term Exam

1.Define Organic Chemistry (study of things that contain carbon. there are more of these than inorganic compounds), Inorganic Chemistry (study of things that don’t contain carbon), Physical Chemistry (study of energy formed by a chemical reaction), Analytical chemistry (study of the composition of different kinds of matter), Biochemistry (study of the chemistry of living things).

2.Why are there more organic than inorganic compounds known to chemistry? b/c there are more compounds that contain carbon

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4.Applying your body language to your daily life?: Okay, so your own body language does have an impact on your daily life. What advantage is there to knowing this? Well, for one thing, it gives you a greater amount of control over your own emotions and attitude. Now, of course a smile alone is not going to correct a great deal of sadness, fear, and the like, but when used consistently and in combination with other non-verbal self cues, it can help you start to feel better.Another part of applying

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Covalent and ionic atomic sizes: covalent radius, which is defined as one-half the distance between the nuclei of two identical atoms when they are joined by a covalent bond (this measurement is possible because atoms within molecules still retain much of their atomic identity). Ionic radius is the measure used to describe the size of an ion. Ionization energy: Energy required to remove an electron from a gaseous atom or ion. Electron affinity: Electron affinity (the energy associated with forming

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Genetic disorder: a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically (it is caused by mutation)

Describe a genetic disorder caused by a mutation in a single gene. hemophilia, it reduces activity of a
protein needed for blood clotting.

What causes Down syndrome? when someone has 47 chromosomes instead of 46 in each cell, there is
an extra 21st chromosome

What is nondisjunction? is the failure of replicated chromosomes to separate during meiosis

What is gene therapy? inserting normal genes into cells with
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