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Cell wall
Plasma membrane =
All organelles
Only organelles found
is not found in the plasma membrane
bag
in the cell has proteins
in plants are the cell wall and chloroplast
Cell wall
is not found in the plasma membrane
Plasma membrane =
bag
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elements of protein
Function for protein
Polymer for protein
Monomer for protein
CHON
Builds structures
polypeptides or proteins
amino acids
elements of protein
CHON
Function for protein
Builds structures
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Petal
Carpel
Sepal
Stamen
A modified leaf of a flowering plant. Petals are the often co…
The ovule-producing reproductive organ of a flower, consistin…
A modified leaf in angiosperms that helps enclose and protect…
Male part of the flower
Petal
A modified leaf of a flowering plant. Petals are the often co…
Carpel
The ovule-producing reproductive organ of a flower, consistin…
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Founder Effect
Bottleneck
Gene Flow
mutation
Occur when a smaller sample of population settles in location…
Occurs when population declines to a very low # and the rebou…
Increases genetic radiation with in a poulation and reduces d…
change in a gene
Founder Effect
Occur when a smaller sample of population settles in location…
Bottleneck
Occurs when population declines to a very low # and the rebou…
5 terms
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normal distribution
microevolution
directional selection
stabilizing selection
disturbution in a population in which allele frequency is hig…
obserbale change in allele frquencies of a population over ti…
type of selection that
...
normal distribution
disturbution in a population in which allele frequency is hig…
microevolution
obserbale change in allele frquencies of a population over ti…
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primary consumer
secondary consumer
tertiary consumer
quaternary consumer
an animal that feeds on plants a herbivore
a carnivore who feeds only on herbivores
feeds on carnivore
in animal on top of the food chain
primary consumer
an animal that feeds on plants a herbivore
secondary consumer
a carnivore who feeds only on herbivores
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photosynthesis
oxygen
water
carbon dioxide
sunlight+6Co2+ 6H2O ---> C6H12O6+ 6O2
O2
photosynthesis
sunlight+6Co2+ 6H2O ---> C6H12O6+ 6O2
oxygen
O2
24 terms
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Notocord
Filter feeder
hold fast
Porifera
Long supporting rod that runs along the nerve cord to support…
water passes through the pores and they absorb nutrients an s…
structure used to anchor the organism... Phylum: Porifera
Sponges
Notocord
Long supporting rod that runs along the nerve cord to support…
Filter feeder
water passes through the pores and they absorb nutrients an s…
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Heterotroph
multicellular
organelle
nuclear membrane
an organism that cannot make its own food and gets food by co…
made up of more then one cell
A tiny cell structure that carries out a specific function wi…
a membrane that envelopes the nucleus and separates it from t…
Heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food and gets food by co…
multicellular
made up of more then one cell
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heredity
trait
genetics
gamete
the passing on of physical or mental characteristics genetica…
a distinguishing quality or characteristic, typically one bel…
and genetic variation in living organisms.
a mature haploid male or female germ cell that is able to uni…
heredity
the passing on of physical or mental characteristics genetica…
trait
a distinguishing quality or characteristic, typically one bel…
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Heterotroph
multicellular
organelle
nuclear membrane
an organism that cannot make its own food and gets food by co…
made up of more then one cell
A tiny cell structure that carries out a specific function wi…
a membrane that envelopes the nucleus and separates it from t…
Heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food and gets food by co…
multicellular
made up of more then one cell
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dna, sugar
dna, structure
dna, nitrogen bases
rna, sugar
deoxyribose
two strands
ACGT
ribose
dna, sugar
deoxyribose
dna, structure
two strands
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nucleus
atom
electron
isotope
the center of the atom
the basic unit of chemical elements
a negatively charged particle with only 1/1840 the mass of a…
contains same numbers of protons but different numbers of neu…
nucleus
the center of the atom
atom
the basic unit of chemical elements
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Interphase
Prophase
Metaphase
Anaphase
•Cell grows and carry out normal cell processes... •dna replicates
•Nuclear membrane disintegrates ... •nucleolus disappears ... •chro…
•Chromosomes attach to mitotic spindle and align along the eq…
•Microtubes shorten moving chromosomes move to opposite
Interphase
•Cell grows and carry out normal cell processes... •dna replicates
Prophase
•Nuclear membrane disintegrates ... •nucleolus disappears ... •chro…
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Heredity
Self-pollination
Cross-pollination
Gene
Passing of triats from parents to offspring.
Plant's contained male and female parts, so they can self pol…
Offspring of 2 different plant 》hybrids.
Factor that controls a triats.
Heredity
Passing of triats from parents to offspring.
Self-pollination
Plant's contained male and female parts, so they can self pol…
37 terms
bilogy
gametophytee
sporophyte
bryophyte
rhizoid
Haploid, or gamete-producing, phase of an organism
Diploid, or spore-producing, phase of an organism
A moss, liverwort, or hornwort; a nonvascular plant that inha…
A thin, rootlike structure that anchors a moss and absorbs wa…
gametophytee
Haploid, or gamete-producing, phase of an organism
sporophyte
Diploid, or spore-producing, phase of an organism
45 terms
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Cells
Metabolism
Homeostasis
Growth and reproduction
Organelles are made up by cells. Cells are the smallest unit…
All living things use energy.
All living things maintain a stable internal environment. ... Ex…
All living things grow and reproduce.
Cells
Organelles are made up by cells. Cells are the smallest unit…
Metabolism
All living things use energy.
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Species
Heredity
Gene
DNA
Organisms capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offs…
The passing on of traits from parent to offspring by means of…
A unit of DNA which codes for the production of a specific pr…
Deoxyribonucleic acid - a singe stranded nucleic acid
Species
Organisms capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offs…
Heredity
The passing on of traits from parent to offspring by means of…
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Active Transport
Endocytosis
facilitated diffusion
Hyertonic solution
energy expanding process by which cells transport materials a…
active transport process where a cell engulfs materials with…
passive transport of materials across a plasma membrane by tr…
in cells solution in which the concentration of dissolved sub…
Active Transport
energy expanding process by which cells transport materials a…
Endocytosis
active transport process where a cell engulfs materials with…
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Nucleus
Vacuoles
Lysosomes
Cytoskeleton
Contain DNA
Store materials
Break down and recycle macromolecules
Maintain cell shape
Nucleus
Contain DNA
Vacuoles
Store materials
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Nucleus
Chromosome
Nucleolus
Spindle
A large organelle containing the chromosomes and acting as a…
Rod shaped body in the nucleus that is seen during mitosis an…
An organelle found inside the nucleus that produces the subun…
Microtubules structure that brings about chromosome movement…
Nucleus
A large organelle containing the chromosomes and acting as a…
Chromosome
Rod shaped body in the nucleus that is seen during mitosis an…
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habitat
niche
resource
predation
Place where an organism lives
(ecology) the status of an organism within its environment an…
A substance in the environment that is useful to people, is e…
An interaction in which one organism captures and feeds on an…
habitat
Place where an organism lives
niche
(ecology) the status of an organism within its environment an…
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cell
organ
development
homeostasis
basic unit of life
2 or ore tissues functioning together
gro and evelopment
cells HOME sate the way it wants to be .
cell
basic unit of life
organ
2 or ore tissues functioning together
9 terms
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Atom
Element
Molecule
Valencles Electron
the smallest component of an element
An extremely small particle or substance
located in the outermost
Atom
the smallest component of an element
Element
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Exponential growth
Carrying capacity
Biosphere
Ecosystem
Rate results in geometric increase in population size
The largest population
The part of the earth where life exists
A communtiy of organisms & their abiotic environment
Exponential growth
Rate results in geometric increase in population size
Carrying capacity
The largest population
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agri
aero
adip
aden
field, soil
air
fat
gland
agri
field, soil
aero
air
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BILOGY
Diffusion
Osmosis
Facilitated diffusion
Exocytosis
Movement of molecules in a fluid or gas from a region of high…
Membrane from a higher water concentration to a area of lower…
Diffusion of molecules across a membrane through transport pr…
Process by a cell transport secretory products through the cy…
Diffusion
Movement of molecules in a fluid or gas from a region of high…
Osmosis
Membrane from a higher water concentration to a area of lower…
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prophase
metaphase
metaphase
anaphase
prophase,metaphase,anaphase
nucleur membrane breaks open
spindlefbers attached to cromosomes
sister chromatios spertate
prophase
prophase,metaphase,anaphase
metaphase
nucleur membrane breaks open
8 terms
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Cellular Organization
Reproduction
Growth and Development
Metabolism
Every living thing is made up of one or more multicellular ce…
Producing offspring, there are many forms
Creating new cells to grow and develop in to a mature form
Is obtaining and using energy to power the processes of life
Cellular Organization
Every living thing is made up of one or more multicellular ce…
Reproduction
Producing offspring, there are many forms
14 terms
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Absorbtion spectrum
Aerobic respiration
Autotrophs
Carbon fixation
Shows the amount of light at each wave length that is absorbe…
Energy releasing process that uses oxygen to produce atp in e…
A selffeeding organism that obtains its energy from inorganic…
The addition of carbon dioxide to sugar molecules during the…
Absorbtion spectrum
Shows the amount of light at each wave length that is absorbe…
Aerobic respiration
Energy releasing process that uses oxygen to produce atp in e…
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carb main elemts
carb monomer
carb polymer
carb functions
carbon hydrogen oxygen
monosaccharide
polysaccharide
quick energy energy storage structure
carb main elemts
carbon hydrogen oxygen
carb monomer
monosaccharide
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nucleotide
base pairing
Adenine
Thymine
a compound consisting of a nucleoside linked to a phosphate g…
noun. A pair of nitrogenous bases, consisting of a purine lin…
a compound that is one of the four constituent bases of nucle…
a compound that is one of the four constituent bases of nucle…
nucleotide
a compound consisting of a nucleoside linked to a phosphate g…
base pairing
noun. A pair of nitrogenous bases, consisting of a purine lin…
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Amino acid
Duplication mutation (chromosomal)
Karyotype
Rough endoplasmic reticulum
Building blocks of protein
a DNA segment is cut out, duplicated, and reinserted
A display of the chromosome pairs of a cell arranged by size…
System of internal membranes within the cytoplasm. Membranes…
Amino acid
Building blocks of protein
Duplication mutation (chromosomal)
a DNA segment is cut out, duplicated, and reinserted
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BILOGY
Receptor
Selective permeability
Phospholipid
Cell theory
Protein that detects a singal molecule and performs an action…
Allows some in but not all of them
Two fatty acid chins
All organism are mad of cell
Receptor
Protein that detects a singal molecule and performs an action…
Selective permeability
Allows some in but not all of them
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Calcium ... Ca
Magnesium ... Mg
Sulfur ... S
Boron ... B
Strong cell walls
Activates many plant enzymes
Needed for protein synthesis
Pollination and reproduction
Calcium ... Ca
Strong cell walls
Magnesium ... Mg
Activates many plant enzymes
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Amino Acid
Cohesion
Lipids
Polarity
A simple organic compound containing both a carboxyl and an a…
The action or fact of forming a united whole.
Any of a class of organic compounds that are fatty acids
The property of having poles or being polar.
Amino Acid
A simple organic compound containing both a carboxyl and an a…
Cohesion
The action or fact of forming a united whole.
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Hydro
Bio
Ology
Zo
Water
Life
Study
Animal
Hydro
Water
Bio
Life
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Cell Membrane
Active Transport
Passive Transport
Endocytosis
Semi permeable bilayer that montains homeostasis. (In & Out)
Needs energy; low to high; push together.
No ATP; High to low; spread apart.
Enter cell.
Cell Membrane
Semi permeable bilayer that montains homeostasis. (In & Out)
Active Transport
Needs energy; low to high; push together.
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punnett squre
testcross
probabilty
genotypoic ratio
diagram that predicts the outcomes of a genetic cross
cross of a homozygous recessive individual with an individual…
the likelihood that a specific event will occur
fraction of genotypes that appear in offspring
punnett squre
diagram that predicts the outcomes of a genetic cross
testcross
cross of a homozygous recessive individual with an individual…
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BILOGY
trait
genetics
dominant trait
recessive trait
characteristic of an organism that can be studied in genetics
study of how traits are passed from parents to offspring
the trait that showed up in mendel's F1 generation
the trait not seen in the F1 generation
trait
characteristic of an organism that can be studied in genetics
genetics
study of how traits are passed from parents to offspring
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Mutation
Codon
Chromosomal mutation
Pointmutation
Any changes or random error in a dna sequance
Set of three nitrogen bases that repsersentes an amino acid
Mutation that occers at the chromosomes ... Level resulting in c…
Mutation in a dna sequance
Mutation
Any changes or random error in a dna sequance
Codon
Set of three nitrogen bases that repsersentes an amino acid
39 terms
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name 3 organelles in pants but not ani…
name 2 organelles in animals but not p…
Breaks down old cell parts and invadin…
Converts water, sunlight, and carbon d…
vacuole, cell wall, chloroplasts
centrioles, cilia, lysosomes,
lysosomes
chloroplasts
name 3 organelles in pants but not ani…
vacuole, cell wall, chloroplasts
name 2 organelles in animals but not p…
centrioles, cilia, lysosomes,
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Herbivores
Carnivores
Omnivores
Detritivores
Eat plants
Eat animals
Ear both plants and animals
Feed on plant and animal remains and other dead matter
Herbivores
Eat plants
Carnivores
Eat animals
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Frontalis
Sternocleidomastoid
Hamstrings
Ligaments
Used in moving your eyebrows
Helps to move your head back and forth
Used in pulling your heel backwards
Tissue used to join bone to bone
Frontalis
Used in moving your eyebrows
Sternocleidomastoid
Helps to move your head back and forth
22 terms
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Virus
Bacteriumphage
Epidemic
Vaccine
Is an infectious particle made only of a strand of dna or rna…
Are viruses that prey on bacteria
Is a rapid outbreak of an infection that affects many people
Is a substance that stimulates the body's own immune response…
Virus
Is an infectious particle made only of a strand of dna or rna…
Bacteriumphage
Are viruses that prey on bacteria
88 terms
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Lutenizing hormone (LH)
Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
Gunadotropic hormones
Hypothalamus
Control production of testosterone with interstitial cell... Mai…
Promotes spermato
1-follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)... 2- lutenizing hormone (…
Ultimate control of testes sexual function
Lutenizing hormone (LH)
Control production of testosterone with interstitial cell... Mai…
Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
Promotes spermato
9 terms
bilogy
rough strain
smooth strain
heat killed smooth strain
rough strain and heat killed smooth tr…
mouse lives
mouse dies
mouse lives
mouse dies
rough strain
mouse lives
smooth strain
mouse dies
76 terms
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Alimentary Canal
Hormones
Homeostasis
Vestigial organ
Tube leading from the mouth to the anus that forms the main p…
Chemical produced by humans to stimulate body activities.
Maintaining a stable internal environment
Describes organs that allegedly serve no useful purpose.
Alimentary Canal
Tube leading from the mouth to the anus that forms the main p…
Hormones
Chemical produced by humans to stimulate body activities.
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Phylogenetic tree
Lineage
Taxon
Clade
the evolutionary history of Species
is a series of ancestor and descendant populations
any group of species that we designate with a name (humans, m…
taxon that consists of all the evolutionary descendants of a…
Phylogenetic tree
the evolutionary history of Species
Lineage
is a series of ancestor and descendant populations
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Methyl
Carboxyl
Hydroxyl
Sulfhydryl
Compound: methylated compounds... Ex: 5- methyl
Compound: carbolic acids... Ex: Acetic
Compound: alcohols ... Ex: ethanol
Compound: thiols... Ex: cysteine
Methyl
Compound: methylated compounds... Ex: 5- methyl
Carboxyl
Compound: carbolic acids... Ex: Acetic
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