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10th Grade Biology
Hypothesis
Prediction
Mitosis
Meiosis
possible explanation for a set of observations or possible an…
a statement made in advance that expresses the results that w…
cell division in which the nucleus divides into nuclei contai…
(genetics) cell division that produces reproductive cells in…
Hypothesis
possible explanation for a set of observations or possible an…
Prediction
a statement made in advance that expresses the results that w…
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Biology Midterm ; 10th Grade
enzymes
vitamins
homeostasis
synthesis
control chemical reactions... 1. work because of their shape ... 2.…
can act as part of an enzyme
maintain levels within the body
small molecules -> big molecules
enzymes
control chemical reactions... 1. work because of their shape ... 2.…
vitamins
can act as part of an enzyme
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10th Grade Science Biology
meiosis
mitosis
cell organelles
scientific method
a type of cell division in which a nucleus divides into four…
a method of cell division, in which the nucleus divides into…
a structural and functional unit, such as a mitochondrion, th…
a method of investigation in which a problem is first identif…
meiosis
a type of cell division in which a nucleus divides into four…
mitosis
a method of cell division, in which the nucleus divides into…
117 terms
Biology Midterm ; 10th Grade
enzymes
vitamins
homeostasis
synthesis
control chemical reactions... 1. work because of their shape ... 2.…
can act as part of an enzyme
maintain levels within the body
small molecules -> big molecules
enzymes
control chemical reactions... 1. work because of their shape ... 2.…
vitamins
can act as part of an enzyme
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10th Grade Biology Midterm
Biology
DNA
Stimulus
Sexual Reproduction
Science or study of life
A complex molecule containing the genetic information that ma…
A change in an organism's surroundings that causes the organi…
A reproductive process that involves two parents that combine…
Biology
Science or study of life
DNA
A complex molecule containing the genetic information that ma…
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10th Grade Biology Vocabulary Overview
In science, a logical way to solve a p…
The five steps of The Scientific Method.
The purpose of a control in a scientif…
Differences between a hypothesis and a…
The Scientific Method.
Observation, Form a Hypothesis, Conduct an Experiment, Analyz…
It ensures that the experiment is under control and ensures t…
A hypothesis is an educated guess that hasn't been tested and…
In science, a logical way to solve a p…
The Scientific Method.
The five steps of The Scientific Method.
Observation, Form a Hypothesis, Conduct an Experiment, Analyz…
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Biology HN 10th Grade
activation energy
active transport
adaptation
allele frequency
energy needed to start a reaction
movement of molecules through protein channels in the membran…
inherited characteristic that increases an organism's chance…
how often a form of a gene appears in a gene pool
activation energy
energy needed to start a reaction
active transport
movement of molecules through protein channels in the membran…
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10th grade Biology vocabulary
genetics
trait
hybrid
allele
Scientific study of heredity
A characteristic that an organism can pass on to its offsprin…
An organism that has two different alleles for a trait
A different form of a gene.
genetics
Scientific study of heredity
trait
A characteristic that an organism can pass on to its offsprin…
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10th grade Biology - Chapter 17
Taxonomy
phylogeny
archaea
binomial nomenclature
(biology) study of the general principles of scientific class…
..., The evolutionary history of a species or group of relate…
..Prokaryotes that are distinguished from other prokaryotes b…
..., Classification system in which each species is assigned…
Taxonomy
(biology) study of the general principles of scientific class…
phylogeny
..., The evolutionary history of a species or group of relate…
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10th Grade Biology Key Concepts
Define heterotroph.
Define autotroph.
Define community.
Define homeostasis.
Any organism that can not produce its own food.
An organism that can produce its own energy.
A group of species living together in a habitat.
The process of maintaining the internal balance of an organis…
Define heterotroph.
Any organism that can not produce its own food.
Define autotroph.
An organism that can produce its own energy.
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Biology 10th grade
Food Chain
Producers
Consumers
Decomposers
The relationship among organisms defined by the transfer of e…
Part of the food chain. Autotrophs that make their own food b…
Part of the food chain. Heterotrophs that eat other organisms.
An organism that feeds on dead organisms, breaking them down…
Food Chain
The relationship among organisms defined by the transfer of e…
Producers
Part of the food chain. Autotrophs that make their own food b…
Cell Vocabulary Biology 10th Grade
Nucleus
Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
Lipids
Contains DNA—is the control center of the cell
A thin, flexible barrier around a cell; regulates what enters…
A rigid layer of nonliving material that surrounds the cells…
Fats and oils consumed in small quantities give some energy.…
Nucleus
Contains DNA—is the control center of the cell
Cell Membrane
A thin, flexible barrier around a cell; regulates what enters…
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10th Grade Science Biology
meiosis
mitosis
cell organelles
scientific method
a type of cell division in which a nucleus divides into four…
a method of cell division, in which the nucleus divides into…
a structural and functional unit, such as a mitochondrion, th…
a method of investigation in which a problem is first identif…
meiosis
a type of cell division in which a nucleus divides into four…
mitosis
a method of cell division, in which the nucleus divides into…
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Biology MCAS terms 9th and 10th grade
activation energy
active transport
adaptation
allele frequency
energy needed to start a reaction
movement of molecules through protein channels in the membran…
inherited characteristic that increases an organism's chance…
how often a form of a gene appears in a gene pool
activation energy
energy needed to start a reaction
active transport
movement of molecules through protein channels in the membran…
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10th Grade Biology
Science
Observation
Data
Inference
Using evidence to learn about ... the natural world
Gathering information about events or processes
Information gathered from observations
Logical interpretation based on prior knowledge
Science
Using evidence to learn about ... the natural world
Observation
Gathering information about events or processes
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10TH GRADE BIOLOGY - EVOLUTION
Evolution
Pre-Darwin Beliefs
Post Darwin Beliefs
Species
The process of biological change where descendants come to di…
1. Earth was only a few thousand years old.... 2. Neither the pl…
1. Earth is billions of years old.... 2. The planet has changed…
A group of organisms so similar to each other that they can r…
Evolution
The process of biological change where descendants come to di…
Pre-Darwin Beliefs
1. Earth was only a few thousand years old.... 2. Neither the pl…
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10th grade biology
Biosphere
Biodiversity
Species
Biology
All living things in the world
Variety of life in the biosphere
Particular type of living things that can reproduce by interb…
Study of life
Biosphere
All living things in the world
Biodiversity
Variety of life in the biosphere
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Biology prefixes 10th grade
bio
quanti
quali
in--
life
how many
quality
not
bio
life
quanti
how many
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10th Grade Biology 2.2
tissue
three kinds of tissues
four types of structural tissue
epidermal tissue
living material which is constructed in such a way as to perf…
structural, vascular, and meristematic
epidermal tissue, cork parenchyma, and support and strength t…
protects and covers leaves, roots, stems and other exposed ar…
tissue
living material which is constructed in such a way as to perf…
three kinds of tissues
structural, vascular, and meristematic
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10th grade Biology Midterm
Data
Hypothesis
Describe a controlled experiment.
How many variables are usually tested…
facts and statistics collected together for reference or anal…
general statement, based on many observations, that hold true…
it tests the effect of a single independent variable
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Data
facts and statistics collected together for reference or anal…
Hypothesis
general statement, based on many observations, that hold true…
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abeka 10th grade Biology
vegetative propagation
diaphysis
saprophytes
appendicular skeleton
process of deliberately using vegetative reproduction to star…
Shaft of a long bone
organisms that obtain nutrition from dead organisms
division of the skeletal system that includes the shoulders,…
vegetative propagation
process of deliberately using vegetative reproduction to star…
diaphysis
Shaft of a long bone
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biology midterm- 10th grade
Gametes
Somatic Cells
Chromosomes
Autosomes
a major group of cells in the body. located in the reproducti…
a major group of cells in the body
46 total in a typical human. half come from the mom and the o…
consist of 22 homeless pairs. there are 22 autosomes are pres…
Gametes
a major group of cells in the body. located in the reproducti…
Somatic Cells
a major group of cells in the body
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10th Grade Biology Midterm
meiosis
mitosis
cell organelles
scientific method
a type of cell division in which a nucleus divides into four…
a method of cell division, in which the nucleus divides into…
a structural and functional unit, such as a mitochondrion, th…
a method of investigation in which a problem is first identif…
meiosis
a type of cell division in which a nucleus divides into four…
mitosis
a method of cell division, in which the nucleus divides into…
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10th grade Biology - Chapter 16
evolution
fossil
artificial selection
adaptation
the process of change over time
preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms
selective breeding of plants and animals to promote the occur…
any heritable characteristic that increases an organism's abi…
evolution
the process of change over time
fossil
preserved remains or traces of ancient organisms
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10th Grade Biology Final
In science, a logical way to solve a p…
The five steps of The Scientific Method.
The purpose of a control in a scientif…
Differences between a hypothesis and a…
The Scientific Method.
Observation, Form a Hypothesis, Conduct an Experiment, Analyz…
It ensures that the experiment is under control and ensures t…
A hypothesis is an educated guess that hasn't been tested and…
In science, a logical way to solve a p…
The Scientific Method.
The five steps of The Scientific Method.
Observation, Form a Hypothesis, Conduct an Experiment, Analyz…
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Biology 10th grade terms
Abiotic
Biotic
Aquatic
Terrestrial
death
life
water
land
Abiotic
death
Biotic
life
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10th grade biology test
dominion mandate
biotechnology
selective breeding
clone
command given be God to man to be wise steward of animals and…
the use of technology to make life easier or longer
choosing animals to breed to express a specific trait
a genetic copy
dominion mandate
command given be God to man to be wise steward of animals and…
biotechnology
the use of technology to make life easier or longer
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10th Grade Biology 4.2
pith
heartwood
sapwood
secondary growth
is at the centre of a woody stem in a young plant
the inner old wood that is useful only as support for the stem
the younger functioning xylem tissue
the production of the new wood lead to an increase in the thi…
pith
is at the centre of a woody stem in a young plant
heartwood
the inner old wood that is useful only as support for the stem
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10th Grade Biology 7.1
Skeletal System
muscular system
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
the framework of the human body is composed of approximately…
functions together with the skeletal system, and the nervous…
is literally the backbone of the skeletal system it is made u…
refers to the bones of the appendages ( arm and legs), should…
Skeletal System
the framework of the human body is composed of approximately…
muscular system
functions together with the skeletal system, and the nervous…
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10th Grade Biology 7.5
voluntary muscles
involuntary muscles
skeletal muscles
muscle fibers
because the skeletal muscles are generally under conscious co…
smooth muscles and cardiac muscles are not under completely c…
primary function is to move parts of the skeleton
the individual cells that the muscles are composed of
voluntary muscles
because the skeletal muscles are generally under conscious co…
involuntary muscles
smooth muscles and cardiac muscles are not under completely c…
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10th Grade Biology Final Exam
Light Microscope
Electron Microscope
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
1000-2000 times magnification
2 million times magnification
A unicellular organism that lacks a nucleus and membrane boun…
A cell that contains a nucleus and membrane bound organelles.…
Light Microscope
1000-2000 times magnification
Electron Microscope
2 million times magnification
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Biology 10th grade
Homeostasis
Evolution
Scientist
Independent variable
is the maintain of constant internal condition.... Or are two sa…
is the change in the living things. ... The genetics makeup of a…
Make careful and systematic observations. Record observations…
the one factor that you are changing. I say one factor becaus…
Homeostasis
is the maintain of constant internal condition.... Or are two sa…
Evolution
is the change in the living things. ... The genetics makeup of a…
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10th grade biology midterm
State the cell theory
How are organisms organized?
Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic
Organelle
1. all living things are made up of one or more cells... 2. the…
• Molecules ⟶... • Cells ⟶... • Tissues ⟶... • Organs ⟶... • Organ system…
PRO: smaller, simpler, no membrane bound organelles, no nucle…
a cell structure that preform a specific function for a cell
State the cell theory
1. all living things are made up of one or more cells... 2. the…
How are organisms organized?
• Molecules ⟶... • Cells ⟶... • Tissues ⟶... • Organs ⟶... • Organ system…
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Biology 10th Grade Vocab
cells
unicellular
multicellular
asexual
The basic unit of structure and function of an organism.
only one cell
many cells
one cell divides into two, Genetic info is copied before the…
cells
The basic unit of structure and function of an organism.
unicellular
only one cell
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10th grade Biology Genes
Homozygous
Genotype
Hybrid
Genetics
When there are two identical alleles for a trait
Combination of genes in an organization
Offspring formed by parents having different forms of a trait
Branch of Biology that studies hereditary
Homozygous
When there are two identical alleles for a trait
Genotype
Combination of genes in an organization
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10th Grade Biology Chapter 7
What is the cell theory?
What is a prokaryotic cell?
What is a eukaryotic cell?
What is a plasma membrane?
1. All organisms are composed of one or more cells.... 2. The ce…
A simple structure that contains a plasma membrane, but does…
A more complex structure that contains a plasma membrane and…
A thin, flexible boundary between the cell and its environmen…
What is the cell theory?
1. All organisms are composed of one or more cells.... 2. The ce…
What is a prokaryotic cell?
A simple structure that contains a plasma membrane, but does…
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ABeka 10th Grade Biology Chapter 3&4
Vascular Bundles
Cortex
Rind
Vegetative Reproduction
What are the small bundles of phloem and xylem tissue found i…
Where is the tissue in which the vascular bundles are embedded?
What is the outer covering of a monocot stem?
What is the process in which a new plant forms from the stem,…
Vascular Bundles
What are the small bundles of phloem and xylem tissue found i…
Cortex
Where is the tissue in which the vascular bundles are embedded?
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10th grade Biology
Cells
Cell Theory
Nucleus
Eukaryotes
Basic unit of all living things
"The theory that all living things are made of cells, that ce…
An atom's central region, which is made up of protons and neu…
Cells that contain nuclei
Cells
Basic unit of all living things
Cell Theory
"The theory that all living things are made of cells, that ce…
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Biology: Lipids - 10th Grade
What do Lipids contain?
What is an animal source of a Lipid?
What is a plant source of a Lipid?
What kind of fat is unsaturated?
carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
Lard
Soy protein - Corn Oil
Liquid form - lard
What do Lipids contain?
carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
What is an animal source of a Lipid?
Lard
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10th Grade Biology 7.3
long bones
short bones
flat bones
irregular bones
serve to support the weight of your body and work with your m…
are nearly as wide as they are long examples are the metacarp…
which often have to job of protecting vital organs examples a…
any bone that cannot easily be classified into one of the fir…
long bones
serve to support the weight of your body and work with your m…
short bones
are nearly as wide as they are long examples are the metacarp…
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10th Grade Biology 7.2
appendicular skeleton
pectoral girdle
scapulae
clavicles
includes the 126 bones that form the pectoral girdle ( the sh…
the shoulder bones that include the shoulder blades ( scapula…
the largest bone of the pectoral girdle are the shoulder blad…
what each scapula is braced by the collarbone or this. It att…
appendicular skeleton
includes the 126 bones that form the pectoral girdle ( the sh…
pectoral girdle
the shoulder bones that include the shoulder blades ( scapula…
10th grade Biology
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
Species
Development
organisms whose cell have no nucleus
organisms whose cell(s) have a nucleus
a group of similar organisms that can produce fertile offspring
all of the changes that take place in the life of an organism
Prokaryote
organisms whose cell have no nucleus
Eukaryote
organisms whose cell(s) have a nucleus
59 terms
10th Grade Biology
Experiment
Hypothesis
observation
Dependent variable
process that test a hypothesis by collecting information unde…
proposed explanation or answer to a scientific question
using the senses to study the world examining previous resear…
what you measure in the experiment and what is affected durin…
Experiment
process that test a hypothesis by collecting information unde…
Hypothesis
proposed explanation or answer to a scientific question
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10th Grade Biology Chapter 17
biodiversity
taxonomy
taxon
kingdom
the variety of organisms in a given area, the genetic variati…
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
any particular group within a taxonamic system
the highest taxonomic category, which contains a group of sim…
biodiversity
the variety of organisms in a given area, the genetic variati…
taxonomy
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
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Biology 10th grade
Biosphere
Biotic factors
Abiotic factors
Population
The portion of earth that supports life
The living part of an organism
The non-living part of an organism
All members of one species that live in the same area at the…
Biosphere
The portion of earth that supports life
Biotic factors
The living part of an organism
47 terms
10th Grade Biology
lysosome
Leukoplast
DNA
RNA
Contains digestive enzymes used during cell disgestion
store carbs, black lecho white plants store energy in
receptor protiens
tool in protein synthesis
lysosome
Contains digestive enzymes used during cell disgestion
Leukoplast
store carbs, black lecho white plants store energy in
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Kendall 10th Grade Biology
starch
sucrose
glycogen
cellulose
storage form of glucose in plants
transport form of glucose in plants
storage form of glucose in animals
makes up walls of plants - we can't digest
starch
storage form of glucose in plants
sucrose
transport form of glucose in plants
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biology vocabulary 10th grade
cellular respiration
aerobic respiration
anaerobic respiration
assimilation
glucose sugar into chemical energy cells can use, energy is s…
requires oxygen (why we breathe)
the production of energy without the presence of oxygen
incorporation of materials into an organism
cellular respiration
glucose sugar into chemical energy cells can use, energy is s…
aerobic respiration
requires oxygen (why we breathe)
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10th Grade Biology Key Concepts
Define heterotroph.
Define autotroph.
Define community.
Define homeostasis.
Any organism that can not produce its own food.
An organism that can produce its own energy.
A group of species living together in a habitat.
The process of maintaining the internal balance of an organis…
Define heterotroph.
Any organism that can not produce its own food.
Define autotroph.
An organism that can produce its own energy.
57 terms
10th Grade Biology
Vacuole
Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
Mitochondria
Saclike structures that:... Store things like water, salts, prot…
A barrier around the cell... Controls what enters and leaves the…
Supporting layer around the cell membrane in plants, algae, a…
Turns chemical energy stored in food into compunds easier for…
Vacuole
Saclike structures that:... Store things like water, salts, prot…
Cell Membrane
A barrier around the cell... Controls what enters and leaves the…
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