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GenBiology1-5
Oxidation
How many electrons can an atom have in…
Eukaryotes
Prokaryotes
Oxidation is the loss of an electron
Two
•animal cells... . have a nucleus... •multicelled... •chromosomes are…
have a cell wall... cytoplasm... non membrane organelles
Oxidation
Oxidation is the loss of an electron
How many electrons can an atom have in…
Two
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GenBiology1-5
What are atoms and elements?
What are elements?
What is the difference between atoms a…
Which elements are most abundant in or…
a bit of matter that cannot be subdivided any further without…
a substance that cannot be broken down chemically into any ot…
an element will stay an element until the tiny pieces can no…
Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen and they make up more than…
What are atoms and elements?
a bit of matter that cannot be subdivided any further without…
What are elements?
a substance that cannot be broken down chemically into any ot…
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Chapter 1 Gen Biology
Biosphere
Ecosystem
Communities
Populations
The regions of the surface, atmosphere, and hydrosphere of th…
Consists of living things along with nonliving things with wh…
An array of organisms inhabiting a particular ecosystem ( Inc…
Individuals of a species living within the Bounds of a specif…
Biosphere
The regions of the surface, atmosphere, and hydrosphere of th…
Ecosystem
Consists of living things along with nonliving things with wh…
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GenBiology1-5
Oxidation
How many electrons can an atom have in…
Eukaryotes
Prokaryotes
Oxidation is the loss of an electron
Two
•animal cells... •multicelled... •chromosomes are linear ... •membrane…
•single celled... •plant and bacteria... •circular chromosomes... • no…
Oxidation
Oxidation is the loss of an electron
How many electrons can an atom have in…
Two
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GenBiology1-5
Oxidation
How many electrons can an atom have in…
Eukaryotes
Prokaryotes
Oxidation is the loss of an electron
Two
•animal cells... . have a nucleus... •multicelled... •chromosomes are…
have a cell wall... cytoplasm... non membrane organelles
Oxidation
Oxidation is the loss of an electron
How many electrons can an atom have in…
Two
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GenBiology-Unit 1
ATP hydrolysis ________ energy
Organic Biomolecules (4)
Macromolecules (3)
Why aren't lipids considered to be mac…
Releases
Nucleic Acids, Proteins, Carbohydrates, Lipids
Nucleic Acids, Proteins, Carbohydrates
they aren't big enough
ATP hydrolysis ________ energy
Releases
Organic Biomolecules (4)
Nucleic Acids, Proteins, Carbohydrates, Lipids
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GenBiology1-5, GenBiology1-5
Oxidation
How many electrons can an atom have in…
Eukaryotes
Prokaryotes
Oxidation is the loss of an electron
Two
•animal cells... . have a nucleus... •multicelled... •chromosomes are…
have a cell wall... cytoplasm... non membrane organelles
Oxidation
Oxidation is the loss of an electron
How many electrons can an atom have in…
Two
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Gen. Biology Lab Practical 1
Dissecting Light
Compound
Dissecting Light
Dissecting Light
Dissecting Light
Compound
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Gen Biology Exam 1
proton, neutron
hydrogen
unsaturated
hydration shell
the two particles found in the nucleus of the atom are ___ &…
the attraction of water molecules to each other is in the for…
fatty acids are said to be ___ if at least two of the carbons…
sodium chloride remains dissolved in water because the water…
proton, neutron
the two particles found in the nucleus of the atom are ___ &…
hydrogen
the attraction of water molecules to each other is in the for…
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Gen. Biology Exam 1
Adaptations
Natural Selection
Darwin's Observation
Darwin's Second Observation
Inherited characteristics of organisms that enhance their sur…
A process in which individuals that have certain inherited tr…
Members of a population often vary in their inherited traits.
All species can produce more offspring than their environment…
Adaptations
Inherited characteristics of organisms that enhance their sur…
Natural Selection
A process in which individuals that have certain inherited tr…
Gen Biology 1 Final
Nucleotide in RNA that pairs with Aden…
This type of point mutation when one n…
This type of point mutation results wh…
What happens to the trp operon if tryp…
Uracil
Missense mutation
Silent mutation
The trp operon is turned off because a repressor blocks RNA p…
Nucleotide in RNA that pairs with Aden…
Uracil
This type of point mutation when one n…
Missense mutation
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Gen. Biology 1: Final
Charles Darwin
George Cuvier
Lamarck
Charles Lyell
Father of Evolution; Also visited the Galápagos Island
First to use comparative anatomy to develop a system of class…
Proposed the inheritance of acquired characteristics.
Proposed uniformitarianism, which states that rates & process…
Charles Darwin
Father of Evolution; Also visited the Galápagos Island
George Cuvier
First to use comparative anatomy to develop a system of class…
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Gen Biology Exam 1
13.6 bya
4.6 bya
3.2 bya
2.5 bya
universe formed
earth formed
stromalite fossils formed
oxygen catastrophe
13.6 bya
universe formed
4.6 bya
earth formed
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Exam 1: Gen. Biology 111
atoms
molecules
cells
unicellular organisms
building blocks
groups of atoms
basic unit of life. Molecules surrounded by a membrane. Purpo…
single cell (bacteria and protists)
atoms
building blocks
molecules
groups of atoms
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Exam #1- Gen. Biology Lecture
Darwin & Wallace
Ostrich
Mutation
Vestigial Structure
Which two men were involved in discovering the theory of natu…
Give me one example of a ratite:
A change to the DNA sequence is called?
An anatomical feature that is fully formed in one group of or…
Darwin & Wallace
Which two men were involved in discovering the theory of natu…
Ostrich
Give me one example of a ratite:
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gen1 and human biology 1 Chapter 1
Anecdotal evidence:
Peer review:
hypothesis
scientific theory
an informal observation that has not been systematically tested
process in which independent scientific experts read scientif…
a tentative explanation for a scientific observation or quest…
an explanation of the natural world that is supported by a la…
Anecdotal evidence:
an informal observation that has not been systematically tested
Peer review:
process in which independent scientific experts read scientif…
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Gen Biology I (Chapter 1)
Seven Parts of Life
Order
Reproduction
Growth and Development
1.) Order... 2.) Reproduction... 3.) Growth and Development... 4.) Ene…
...
...
...
Seven Parts of Life
1.) Order... 2.) Reproduction... 3.) Growth and Development... 4.) Ene…
Order
...
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Gen Biology
The smallest unit of matter that still…
poThe charges on a proton, a neutron a…
Atoms with a negative charge are called:
A substance consisting of two or more…
Atom
positve/neurtral/negative
Anions
compound
The smallest unit of matter that still…
Atom
poThe charges on a proton, a neutron a…
positve/neurtral/negative
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gen1 and human biology 1 chapter 3
active transport
cell membrane
cell theory
cell wall
energy-requiring process by which solutes are pumped from an…
phospholipid bilayer with embedded proteins that forms the bo…
the concept that all living organisms are made of cells and t…
rigid structure enclosing the cell membrane of some cells tha…
active transport
energy-requiring process by which solutes are pumped from an…
cell membrane
phospholipid bilayer with embedded proteins that forms the bo…
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Gen. Biology Lipids1 PPT Vocab
lipid
nucleic acid
nucleotide
protein
any of a class of organic compounds that are fatty acids or t…
substance present in living cells, especially DNA or RNA, who…
compound consisting of a nucleoside linked to a phosphate gro…
organic compounds that consist of large molecules composed of…
lipid
any of a class of organic compounds that are fatty acids or t…
nucleic acid
substance present in living cells, especially DNA or RNA, who…
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Gen Biology I Chapters 1-5
Biology has 5 unifying things
All living things share common propert…
emergent properties
biosphere
1. Organization... 2. information... 3. energy and matter... 4. intera…
1. Order... 2. regulation... 3. growth and development... 4. energy pr…
result from the arrangement and interaction of parts within a…
all environments on earth that support life (upper tier)
Biology has 5 unifying things
1. Organization... 2. information... 3. energy and matter... 4. intera…
All living things share common propert…
1. Order... 2. regulation... 3. growth and development... 4. energy pr…
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Gen Bio Lecture 1 - Biology and Learning
What does the nervous system consist of?
What is signal transduction?
What are synapses?
What does memory depend on?
neurons + supporting cells
the transmission of molecular signals from a cell's exterior…
where most brain remodeling occurs; junction between neurons
neuronal plasticity (ability to remodel) + activity (using th…
What does the nervous system consist of?
neurons + supporting cells
What is signal transduction?
the transmission of molecular signals from a cell's exterior…
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Chapter 4 Gen Biology 1 Prof. Kelly
What makes Carbon the basis of all life?
What are the different shapes that Car…
What is the variations in carbon skele…
Hydrocarbon
Carbon form small and large molecules that are diverse, carbo…
Planar- For double bonds... Pyramid- For single bonds
1. Different #'s of Carbons in skeleton... 2. Double bonds (Diff…
Organic molecule made of carbon and hydrogen; hydrocarbon is…
What makes Carbon the basis of all life?
Carbon form small and large molecules that are diverse, carbo…
What are the different shapes that Car…
Planar- For double bonds... Pyramid- For single bonds
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Gen biology chapter 6 part 1
Somatic cell
Gamete
Homologous chromosome
Autosome
Any of the cells of a plant or animal except the reproductive…
Sex cell
Chromosomes that have the same sequence of genes and the same…
Any chromosome that is not a sex chromosome
Somatic cell
Any of the cells of a plant or animal except the reproductive…
Gamete
Sex cell
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Gen Biology -Evolution
species
H.M.S Beagle
Charles Darwin
fossil
group of similar organisms that naturally breed together and…
ship that transported Darwin on his travels around the world
British scientist who proposed that organisms change and are…
preserved remains of ancient organisms
species
group of similar organisms that naturally breed together and…
H.M.S Beagle
ship that transported Darwin on his travels around the world
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Gen Biology I Final
A localized group of organisms that be…
Which of the following best describes…
Which of the following statements best…
Prokaryotes are classified as belongin…
population.
If my hypothesis is correct, I can expect certain test results.
Hypotheses are usually a relatively narrow in scope; theories…
Bacteria and Archaea.
A localized group of organisms that be…
population.
Which of the following best describes…
If my hypothesis is correct, I can expect certain test results.
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Gen biology
Polysaccharides
Plant structure
Animal Structure
Proteins
Complex Carbohydrates
Cellulose---- Some unicellular organisms CAN break down cellu…
Chitin---- Similar to cellulose but has a special R group
Perform more functions than any other macromolecule
Polysaccharides
Complex Carbohydrates
Plant structure
Cellulose---- Some unicellular organisms CAN break down cellu…
24 terms
Gen. Biology
Biology
cytology
histology
zoology
science of living organisms and life processes, including the…
cells
tissue
animals
Biology
science of living organisms and life processes, including the…
cytology
cells
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Gen Biology
species
Charles Darwin
fossil
James Hutton
group of similar organisms that naturally breed together and…
British scientist who proposed that organisms change and are…
preserved remains of ancient organisms
Scottish geologist who proposed the Earth was much older than…
species
group of similar organisms that naturally breed together and…
Charles Darwin
British scientist who proposed that organisms change and are…
33 terms
Gen Biology
Systems biology
Reductionism
Emergent properties
name the classifying
constructs models for the dynamic behavior of whole biologica…
the reduction of complex systems to simpler components that a…
result from the arrangement and interaction of parts within a…
Domain King Philip came over from green sand
Systems biology
constructs models for the dynamic behavior of whole biologica…
Reductionism
the reduction of complex systems to simpler components that a…
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Gen Biology
Isomer
Cis-Trans Isomers
Polymer
Enzymes
Molecules made up of the same composition but different struc…
have inflexible double bonds. cis isomers = same sides... trans…
long molecule consisting of many similar or identical buildin…
special macromolecule that speeds up rate of chemical reactions
Isomer
Molecules made up of the same composition but different struc…
Cis-Trans Isomers
have inflexible double bonds. cis isomers = same sides... trans…
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Gen Biology Chap 5 Cell intro 1
Cell theory
Implications of Cell theory
Cell size
Microscope... (2 aspects)
Cells are fundamental units of life... All living organisms are…
Function of all Cells are similar... Life is continuous... Origin o…
small- high surface are to volume ratio... surface-area determin…
magnification- increase apparent size... resolution- clarity of…
Cell theory
Cells are fundamental units of life... All living organisms are…
Implications of Cell theory
Function of all Cells are similar... Life is continuous... Origin o…
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Gen Bio 210 Cullum: Biology Test 1
Scientific Method
Hypothesis
Theory
Law
Procedure that includes observation, measurement, experiment,…
A tentative/speculation explanation/prediction
An explanation well-supported by scientific studies
Narrowly-focused prediction derived from the wider theory
Scientific Method
Procedure that includes observation, measurement, experiment,…
Hypothesis
A tentative/speculation explanation/prediction
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Gen biology chapter 6 part 1
Somatic cell
Gamete
Homologous chromosome
Autosome
Any of the cells of a plant or animal except the reproductive…
Sex cell
Chromosomes that have the same cycle of genes and the same st…
Any chromosome that is not a sex chromosome
Somatic cell
Any of the cells of a plant or animal except the reproductive…
Gamete
Sex cell
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GEN 1 UNIT 1
bear
camel
cow
fish
หมี
อูฐ
วัว
ปลา
bear
หมี
camel
อูฐ
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Gen Biology
Characteristics of life
Biology
What are the complexities of the hiera…
Why is life organized into cells?
1. Life is organized... 2. Organisms reproduce and grow... 3. Aquir…
The science of life
Molecule, macromolecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, orga…
Cells are organized reactions, they reproduce
Characteristics of life
1. Life is organized... 2. Organisms reproduce and grow... 3. Aquir…
Biology
The science of life
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Gen Biology test chapters 1-3
Biology
Science
Data
Discovery science
scientific study of life
approach to understanding the natural world that is based on…
items of information o which scientific inquiry is based
the data of it is verifiable observations and measurments
Biology
scientific study of life
Science
approach to understanding the natural world that is based on…
6 terms
Word Gen 1.2
Guidelines
Mature
Ambiguous
Due (to)
a rule
Showing adult qualities
Having more than one meaning or interpretation
Because of; caused by
Guidelines
a rule
Mature
Showing adult qualities
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Gen Biology
autotrophs (mostly plants) sequester a…
The autotrophs essentially "scrub" the…
How many carbon atoms for every one gl…
there are several kinds of pigments th…
Carbon
CO2
Six
Carotene, Xanthophyll, Phaeophytin
autotrophs (mostly plants) sequester a…
Carbon
The autotrophs essentially "scrub" the…
CO2
5 terms
Word Gen 1.3
Complexity
Culture
Element
Resourceful
the quality of having many interrelated parts; not simple
a way of life; a group of people who share a particular way o…
a piece, part or component
inventive; capable
Complexity
the quality of having many interrelated parts; not simple
Culture
a way of life; a group of people who share a particular way o…
36 terms
GEN 1 UNIT 2
fire engine
police car
ambulance
motorbike
รถดับเพลิง
รถตำรวจ
รถพยาบาล
รถจักรยานยนตร์๋
fire engine
รถดับเพลิง
police car
รถตำรวจ
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GEN 1 UNIT 3
seal
fox
dolphin
koala
แมวน้ำ
สุนัขจิ้งจอก
ปลาโลมา
หมีโคอาล่า
seal
แมวน้ำ
fox
สุนัขจิ้งจอก
36 terms
Gen Biology CRN10846 Nicolas Chapter 1
Biology is the ______ of life on Earth.
Biology is the subject of _______.
Biological studies address questions f…
Life is the ability to _____, ____, __…
scientific study
enormous scope
large scales (global) to small microscopic scale(cells and mo…
function, grow, change(evolve), and reproduce.
Biology is the ______ of life on Earth.
scientific study
Biology is the subject of _______.
enormous scope
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Exam 1: GEN PSYCH: Biology of Mind and Behavior
neuron
glia
Structure of the neuron... -dendrites... -ax…
All or none law... Resting vs Action Pote…
single nerve cells that receive, integrate, and transmit info
non neural cell that structurally supports and insulates the…
-receive messages from other neurons... -carries messages destin…
- neurons are either on or off... - rest = -70 millivotes (not s…
neuron
single nerve cells that receive, integrate, and transmit info
glia
non neural cell that structurally supports and insulates the…
48 terms
Biology: Chapter 1 (DragonFly) Gen Bio
Quantitative
Quantitative
Qualitative
Qualitative
involves numbers
...
characteristics not easily measured
...
Quantitative
involves numbers
Quantitative
...
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MolGen 5607 Cellular Biology Midterm 1
T/F?:... Transport by transporters can be…
T/F?:... Transporters saturate at high co…
T/F?:... The membrane potential arises fr…
Order Ca2+, CO2, ethanol, glucose, RNA…
True
False -they both saturate b/c ions must shed their water mole…
True - only takes a difference of a very slight number of ion…
CO2 (small/non-polar) > ethanol (small/slightly polar) > H20…
T/F?:... Transport by transporters can be…
True
T/F?:... Transporters saturate at high co…
False -they both saturate b/c ions must shed their water mole…
44 terms
Gen. Biology Quiz 2
Nucleotide
Gene
DNA
RNA
base (A, T, C, & G) + sugar + Phosphate
segment of DNA that has info to make a single protein
info storage; info is stored in a sequence of bases... (a nuclei…
info transfer (temporary)... (a nucleic acid)
Nucleotide
base (A, T, C, & G) + sugar + Phosphate
Gene
segment of DNA that has info to make a single protein
gen1
pisum stavium
trait
variance
phenotype
the first genetic model organism (pea plants)
gene ... example: mouse body size
allele... example: mouse's body is normal/obese
physical characteristics
pisum stavium
the first genetic model organism (pea plants)
trait
gene ... example: mouse body size
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Gen Biology: Chapter 8 Vocab
autotroph
heterotroph
adenosine triphosphate
photosynthesis
organism that can capture energy from sunlight or chemicals a…
organism that obtains energy from the foods it consumes; also…
The molecule that stores energy that can be used by the cell
The biochemical process by which green plants and some bacter…
autotroph
organism that can capture energy from sunlight or chemicals a…
heterotroph
organism that obtains energy from the foods it consumes; also…
115 terms
Gen Bio 1 Exam
Parts of Scientific Method
Theism
Naturalism
The term "evolution" is used in at lea…
1. Observe- what is relevant data to observe?... 2. Hypothesis-…
Assumptions: God exists. God created the world God acts in Hi…
Assumptions:... The universe is all there is. (matter and energy…
1. Change over time... 2. Common descent... 3. Naturalistic origin…
Parts of Scientific Method
1. Observe- what is relevant data to observe?... 2. Hypothesis-…
Theism
Assumptions: God exists. God created the world God acts in Hi…
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