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Science 10 Biology - Section 2
Janssen Brothers
Robert Hooke
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek
Spontaneous Generation
Invented the first compound microscope in 1595 using a two le…
Came up with the word "cell" by looking at cork under a micro…
Used a single lens microscope (magnifying glass) and saw move…
The belief that you could get living things from non-living t…
Janssen Brothers
Invented the first compound microscope in 1595 using a two le…
Robert Hooke
Came up with the word "cell" by looking at cork under a micro…
13 terms
Science (Biology) 2: Ch. 5
Population Density
Immigration
Emigration
Exponential Growth
the number of individuals of a given species per unit area
moving into a region; increased population density results
moving out of a region; decreased population density results
the larger a population gets, the faster it grows; under idea…
Population Density
the number of individuals of a given species per unit area
Immigration
moving into a region; increased population density results
50 terms
Science - Biology 2
Classification
Evolutionary trees
Protista/Protoctista
Monera (prokaryotes)
Change over time there are now 5 different kingdoms all group…
A way to display the relationships between organisms in the k…
Single celled, have a nucleus, some have some chloroplasts, n…
Single celled, no nucleus, no chloroplasts, have a cell wall.…
Classification
Change over time there are now 5 different kingdoms all group…
Evolutionary trees
A way to display the relationships between organisms in the k…
10 terms
Science 10 Biology - Section 2
Janssen Brothers
Robert Hooke
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek
Spontaneous Generation
Invented the first compound microscope in 1595 using a two le…
Came up with the word "cell" by looking at cork under a micro…
Used a single lens microscope (magnifying glass) and saw move…
The belief that you could get living things from non-living t…
Janssen Brothers
Invented the first compound microscope in 1595 using a two le…
Robert Hooke
Came up with the word "cell" by looking at cork under a micro…
Biology: Chapter 2 The Science of Biology
Inquiry
Observation
Data
What are the two types of Data?
An investigation with thoughtful questioning.
Using senses to gather and record information about structure…
Recorded observations.
Quantitative and Qualitative.
Inquiry
An investigation with thoughtful questioning.
Observation
Using senses to gather and record information about structure…
36 terms
Science Bowl- Biology 2
Plants are called ________ because the…
Two polysaccharides in plants + function
Plants w/ no vascular tissue
Vascular tissue
Autotrophs
Cellulose (cell wall), Amylose/Starch (energy storage)
Bryophytes
transport vessels, xylem and phloem
Plants are called ________ because the…
Autotrophs
Two polysaccharides in plants + function
Cellulose (cell wall), Amylose/Starch (energy storage)
21 terms
Biology: Chapter 2 The Science of Biology
Inquiry
Observation
Data
What are the two types of Data?
An investigation with thoughtful questioning.
Using senses to gather and record information about structure…
Recorded observations.
Quantitative and Qualitative.
Inquiry
An investigation with thoughtful questioning.
Observation
Using senses to gather and record information about structure…
20 terms
SCIENCE 12 - biology 2
herbivores
predators
carnivores
omnivores (=eating anything)
herbivores
predators
12 terms
Science (Biology) 2: Section 2.3
Monomer
Polymer
Carboydrates
Monosaccharide
A molecule that can be bonded to other identical molecules to…
A substance that has a molecular structure consisting chiefly…
MADE UP OF "C, H, O".... 'Monomer': monosaccharide... 'Polymer': po…
Any of the class of sugars (e.g., glucose) that cannot be hyd…
Monomer
A molecule that can be bonded to other identical molecules to…
Polymer
A substance that has a molecular structure consisting chiefly…
Science 10-1 Biology Pt. 2
lenticel
Lipid
lysosome
Mesophyll
A raised spongy region in the stem of a woody plant that allo…
Fats and oils formed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms in…
Organelle containing enzymes that digest food, destroy bacter…
Specialized ground tissue within a leaf, made up of thin-wall…
lenticel
A raised spongy region in the stem of a woody plant that allo…
Lipid
Fats and oils formed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms in…
Biology Science Shepherd Chapter 2
acid
atom
atomic mass
atomic number
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
the smallest indivisible building block of matter. Each atom…
the "weight" of an element determined by the addition of the…
a number assigned to every element that corresponds to the nu…
acid
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
atom
the smallest indivisible building block of matter. Each atom…
34 terms
Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 2
acid
atom
atomic mass
atomic number
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter. Each one…
the "quantity of matter" of an atom of an element determined…
a number assigned to every element that corresponds to the nu…
acid
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
atom
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter. Each one…
21 terms
Science Test #2 - Biology
Planaria
Hydra
Daphnia
Stentor
Planaria
Hydra
70 terms
Biology Unit #2: ALL (7th grade science)
protists
protozoan
pseudopod
unicellular
1. Usually unicellular (a single celled organism) ... 2. Eukaryo…
Animal-like protist, heterotroph; can move from place to plac…
A "false foot" or temporary bulge of cytoplasm used for feedi…
organism made of one (single) cell
protists
1. Usually unicellular (a single celled organism) ... 2. Eukaryo…
protozoan
Animal-like protist, heterotroph; can move from place to plac…
27 terms
Biology Section 1.2: Definition of Science, 1.3: Math in Science
Science
Observation
Hypothesis
Inference
the use of evidence to construct testable explanations and pr…
the information that is collected by using one or more of the…
a proposed explanation for a set of observations or natural p…
the process of deriving logical conclusions based on observat…
Science
the use of evidence to construct testable explanations and pr…
Observation
the information that is collected by using one or more of the…
45 terms
Science Vocab Biology 2
7 characteristics of life
organic
inorganic
monomers
Organization, Metabolism, Reproduce, Grow and Develop, Univer…
Carbon-containing and also carbon and hydrogyen
Has only hydrogyen
building blocks of polymers
7 characteristics of life
Organization, Metabolism, Reproduce, Grow and Develop, Univer…
organic
Carbon-containing and also carbon and hydrogyen
67 terms
Term 2: Science Biology
DNA
Nucleotides
Base pairing A-T and G-C
Watson & Crick
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
the building blocks of DNA, many of these form a gene.
Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Cytosine (C), Guanine (G), these ar…
James Watson and Francis Crick are often credited with the di…
DNA
Deoxyribonucleic Acid
Nucleotides
the building blocks of DNA, many of these form a gene.
34 terms
Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 2
acid
atom
atomic mass
atomic number
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter. Each one…
the "quantity of matter" of an atom of an element determined…
a number assigned to every element that corresponds to the nu…
acid
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
atom
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter. Each one…
The Science of Biology - terms (2)
ecosystem
organelle
organsim
community
a major interacting system that includes organisms and their…
"little organs" made up of macromolecules within living cells
an individual life form
all members of different species inhabiting a common environm…
ecosystem
a major interacting system that includes organisms and their…
organelle
"little organs" made up of macromolecules within living cells
12 terms
Science (Biology) 2: Section 2.2
The Four Properties of Water
Cohesion
Adhesion
Mixture
1) Dissolves other substances- water is the main solvent in c…
An attraction between molecules of the same substance.
An attraction between molecules of different substances.
A material composed of two or more elements or compounds that…
The Four Properties of Water
1) Dissolves other substances- water is the main solvent in c…
Cohesion
An attraction between molecules of the same substance.
Biology: Nature of Science #2
Science
Scientific Inquiry
Hypothesis
Disagreements among scientist =
Use of evidence to form TESTABLE explanationsand predictions…
Planned investigation of the natural world
TESTABLE explanation
Further investigation
Science
Use of evidence to form TESTABLE explanationsand predictions…
Scientific Inquiry
Planned investigation of the natural world
16 terms
Science Biology 2.2 Vocab
Aquatic
Carnivore
Carbonate
Carbon Cycle
Related to water
A consumer that eats animals
A combination of carbon and oxygen [CO3]2- that is dissolved…
How carbon is moved through terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem…
Aquatic
Related to water
Carnivore
A consumer that eats animals
Ch. 2: The Science of Biology
Observation
inference
Steps to the Scientific Method
Independent variable
uses one's senses to identify something
an explanation for the observation
Observation → Question → Hypothesis → Prediction → Test
something you can change
Observation
uses one's senses to identify something
inference
an explanation for the observation
21 terms
Cell Biology Science Olympiad 2
glycolysis aerobic
anaerobic
aerobic respiration
fermentation
what are the two stages of cellular respiration? _________ an…
what reactions do not require O2? ______ reactions
the process when pyruvic acid is broken down and NADH is used…
the breakdown of pyruvic acid by enzymes, bacteria, yeasts or…
glycolysis aerobic
what are the two stages of cellular respiration? _________ an…
anaerobic
what reactions do not require O2? ______ reactions
51 terms
Science Biology Chapter 2
Monosaccharide
Fatty acid
Amino acid
Positive
Carbohydrates monomers
Lipids monomer
Proteins monomer
Proton Charge
Monosaccharide
Carbohydrates monomers
Fatty acid
Lipids monomer
90 terms
science unit 2 (BIOLOGY)
sustainable ecosystem
biotic
abiotic
sustainability
An ecosystem that is maintained through natural processes
Describes living factors in the environment. (animals plants)
non living elements of an ecosystem (sun water soil)
Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the abi…
sustainable ecosystem
An ecosystem that is maintained through natural processes
biotic
Describes living factors in the environment. (animals plants)
34 terms
Science - Biology - 1.2
Photosynthesis
Trophic level
Biomass
Trophic efficiency
A process that changes solar energy into chemical energy
A category of organisms that are defined by how the organisms…
The total mass (weight) of living organisms in a defined grou…
How much energy is passed from one trophic level to the next
Photosynthesis
A process that changes solar energy into chemical energy
Trophic level
A category of organisms that are defined by how the organisms…
57 terms
Science 30 - Biology - Chp2
chromosome
gene
deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
genetics
a strand of DNA that contains he instructions for making prot…
a segment of DNA that carries instructions that result in the…
the twisted ladder-shaped molecule that contains the genetic…
the science of gene function and inheritance. (80)
chromosome
a strand of DNA that contains he instructions for making prot…
gene
a segment of DNA that carries instructions that result in the…
Biology, Chapter 1.2, The Nature of Science
science
theory
law
peer review
a body of knowledge based on the study of the natural world
an explanation of a natural phenomenon supported by many obse…
describes relationships under certain conditions in nature
a process by which the procedures and results of an experimen…
science
a body of knowledge based on the study of the natural world
theory
an explanation of a natural phenomenon supported by many obse…
Science - Biology 2
Carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids,…
Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
A source of energy
Sugars and starches
Four biomolecules of life
Carbohydrates (1:2:1 ratio)
What do carbohydrates provide?
Where are carbohydrates found?
Carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids,…
Four biomolecules of life
Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
Carbohydrates (1:2:1 ratio)
18 terms
Bio: Ch. 2 - The Science of Biology
observation
data
quantitative data
qualitative data
use of the senses to gather and record information about stru…
recorded observations
data recorded as measurements: height, weight, age etc.
data in the form of descriptions: behaviors, colors, smells e…
observation
use of the senses to gather and record information about stru…
data
recorded observations
13 terms
The Science Of Biology
biosphere
biodiversity
species
biology
analogous parts of other planets occupied by living organisms.
the variety of life in the world or in a particular habitat o…
a group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals…
the study of living organisms
biosphere
analogous parts of other planets occupied by living organisms.
biodiversity
the variety of life in the world or in a particular habitat o…
SCIENCE 10 - BIOLOGY 2
Decomposers
Top consumer/predator/carnivore
Food pyramids
Carnivore
Organisms such as bacteria and fungi change wastes and dead o…
Organisms in the fourth trophic level which obtain their ener…
Model that shows the changes in available energy from one tro…
A consumer that eats animals.
Decomposers
Organisms such as bacteria and fungi change wastes and dead o…
Top consumer/predator/carnivore
Organisms in the fourth trophic level which obtain their ener…
Core 2 Science - Biology
Alleles
Gene
Chromosome
DNA
The different forms of the same gene.
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a specific tr…
A threadlike, gene-carrying structure found in the nucleus of…
A complex molecule containing the genetic information that ma…
Alleles
The different forms of the same gene.
Gene
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a specific tr…
17 terms
Science biology 2.1
Biodegradation
Carnivore
Consumers(primary,secondary, tertiary)
Decomposers
Process by which the deaf organic matter is broken down natur…
A consumer that eats animals
Organisms that feed on other organisms; primary consumers in…
Organisms such as bacteria and fungi that change wastes and d…
Biodegradation
Process by which the deaf organic matter is broken down natur…
Carnivore
A consumer that eats animals
Science Biology Section 2
Organelles
Life Processes of the Cell
Nucleus
Cytoplasmic Streaming
Little organs... Carry out the functions of the cell
Intake of nutrients... Movement... Growth... Response to stimuli... Excha…
Contains DNA and genetic material... Directs all cellular activi…
Movement of organelles and molecules within the cell
Organelles
Little organs... Carry out the functions of the cell
Life Processes of the Cell
Intake of nutrients... Movement... Growth... Response to stimuli... Excha…
Science 2: Evolution (Biology)
Natural Selection
Sexual Selection
Artificial Selection
Fitness
The process where an environmental factor acts on a populatio…
A form of natural selection where individuals with some chara…
A process where people choose to breed certain organisms with…
An organism's ability to survive and reproduce
Natural Selection
The process where an environmental factor acts on a populatio…
Sexual Selection
A form of natural selection where individuals with some chara…
30 terms
Science Unit 2: Biology
Embryo
Fertilization
Gametes
Genetic Diversity
The stage of a multicellular organism that develops from a zy…
The process during which an egg cell is penetrated by a sperm…
Specialized cells necessary for reproduction, in animals, mal…
Inherited genetic differences in a species that give many org…
Embryo
The stage of a multicellular organism that develops from a zy…
Fertilization
The process during which an egg cell is penetrated by a sperm…
36 terms
Science Biology 2
Matter
Atom
Isotopes
Element
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
Smallest basic unit of matter.
Atoms with the same number of protons but differing number of…
Substance made of only one type of atom that cannot be broken…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
Atom
Smallest basic unit of matter.
33 terms
Unit 2: Science of Biology
Matter
Mass
Elements
Atom
Anything that occupies space and has mass.
The quantity of matter an object has
Substances that cannot be broken down chemically into smaller…
The smallest particle of an element that retains all the prop…
Matter
Anything that occupies space and has mass.
Mass
The quantity of matter an object has
330 terms
Science Biology Semester 2
Cell
Cell theory
Nucleus
Eukaryote
Collecting of living matter enclosed by a barrier that separa…
Idea that all living things are composed of cells, cells are…
The center of the atom which contains the protons and neutron…
Organism whose cells contain nuclei
Cell
Collecting of living matter enclosed by a barrier that separa…
Cell theory
Idea that all living things are composed of cells, cells are…
Chapter 2: science of biology
observation
data
inference
generalization
using senses to gather information
recorded observations
logical conclusion based on observations
specific observations to reach a general conclusion
observation
using senses to gather information
data
recorded observations
Science: biology 2
Stimulus
Autotrophs
Multicellular
Spontaneous generation
A change in an organism's environment that causes the organis…
Organisms that make their own food
Organisms that have multiple cells
The mistaken idea that living organisms arise from nonliving…
Stimulus
A change in an organism's environment that causes the organis…
Autotrophs
Organisms that make their own food
24 terms
Science Biology 1 & 2
Animal Cells
Plant Cells
Guard Cell
Red Blood Cell
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Membrane
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Membrane, Vacuole, Starch Grains, Cell wall
Opens and closes to let in CO2 and release O2
Carries oxygen to the heart in the divvet of the cell
Animal Cells
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Membrane
Plant Cells
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Membrane, Vacuole, Starch Grains, Cell wall
43 terms
Science Biology 2
Diversity
Evolution
Overproduction
Competition
The process of sexual reproduction and the passing on of gene…
Evolution involves a change in the gene frequencies (genetic…
More offspring are produced than can survive to reproductive…
Is an interaction between members of a community where there…
Diversity
The process of sexual reproduction and the passing on of gene…
Evolution
Evolution involves a change in the gene frequencies (genetic…
11 terms
The Science of Biology Ch 2
Observation
Data
Inference
Generalization
Use of the senses to gather information
Recorded observations
A logical conclusion based on observation
Many specific observations to reach a general conclusion
Observation
Use of the senses to gather information
Data
Recorded observations
28 terms
7.2 Biology science
Cytoplasm
Organelles
Nucleus
Chromatin
the protoplasm of a cell excluding the nucleus
a specialized part of a cell
a part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for…
the readily stainable substance of a cell nucleus consisting…
Cytoplasm
the protoplasm of a cell excluding the nucleus
Organelles
a specialized part of a cell
6 terms
Science biology topic 2
Ciliated cell
Nerve cell
Egg cell
Palisade mesophyll cell
They line all the air passages to stop lung damage. The hairs…
They are long and have many branches that connect to other ne…
Contains yolk that acts as a food source for he embryo.
Found in the top of a leaf. It is tall and has a large surfac…
Ciliated cell
They line all the air passages to stop lung damage. The hairs…
Nerve cell
They are long and have many branches that connect to other ne…
9 terms
Science, Micro- Biology #2
Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy
Energy remains constant; neither creat…
Thermal Energy
Stored energy and the energy of position(not moving)
Is motion. Motion of waves, substances and objects
Law of Conservation of Energy
Kinetic, heat
Potential Energy
Stored energy and the energy of position(not moving)
Kinetic Energy
Is motion. Motion of waves, substances and objects
The Science of Biology
Science
Observation
Inference
Hypothesis
process whose goal is to understand the natural world
Information obtained through the senses.
A logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experie…
possible explanation or conclusion about some event in nature…
Science
process whose goal is to understand the natural world
Observation
Information obtained through the senses.
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