5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is hypertonic?
- What is the cell membrane made up of and what is its function?
- What is mitosis?
- What is cellular respiration?
- What is meiosis?`
- a Cell division involving one cell with the diploid number of chromosomes dividing into two identical cells.
(used for repair of tissues and growth of the organism)
- b name for energy production within cells and involves the respiratory gases: oxygen and carbon dioxide
(ex: glucose and oxygen combine to make carbon dioxide, water, ATP and heat)
- c process of cell division that results in the formation of gametes which are egg and sperm cells.
(used for creating human life)
- d outer boundary of a cell made up of phospholipids, cholesterol and proteins.
its main job is to protect the cell and acts as a barrier for communication and assists in transport
- e A solution with a higher salt concentration than in the cells
(cells shrink) LESS WATER THAN IN CELL
5 Multiple choice questions
- requires ATP to move molecules from an area of lesser to an area of greater concentration.
(Example: sodium pumps to move Na+ out of the cells)
- Spinal vertebre
- Line the body tracts open to the environment
---respiratory , digestive, urinary and reproductive
---mucus keeps the living epithelium we and provides lubrication in the digestive tract
---traps dust and bacteria in the respiratory tract
- 1. Sagittal plane which divides left from right (cut down the middle would be mid-sagittal)
2. Frontal plane which divides the body front to back (Coronal)
3. Transverse plane which is a horizontal plane that separates the body into upper and lower portions (cuts you at belly button into upper body and lower body)
5 True/False questions
Name some ways the body uses homeostasis? → ability of the body to maintain a relatively stable metabolism and to function normally despite changes
What is a buffer and what does it do? → Catalyst: speed up reactions without the use of external energy or heat
What are the two types of epithelial membranes? → Serous membranes: line some closed body cavities and cover the organs in those cavities (thoracic and abdominal cavities) CAVITIES THAT AREN'T OPEN TO AIR
Mucous Membranes: line the body tracts that have openings to the environment and have a mucous membrane to keep the lining of the cells wet (vagina, trachea, esophagus and stomach)
What areas do connective tissue membranes cover? → meninges line the cranial and spinal cavities and cover the brain and spinal cord. They "line" and "cover".
What are the two main body cavities and what is contained in them? → 1. The dorsal cavity which contains the spinal and cranial cavity
2. The ventral cavity which contains the thoracic, abdominal and pelvic cavities