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Mrs.Davis biology exam
Biology
Organism
Homeostasis
Ecology
The study of living things
A living thing
The ability to maintain a steady environment
Study of the interaction between environment and a organism
Biology
The study of living things
Organism
A living thing
Biology Vocab Mrs.Davis Class
heart
brain
skin
cran
cardia
cerebr
derm
skull
heart
cardia
brain
cerebr
Mrs Davis biology Chapter 6
Chlorophyll... Light energy from the sun
Not
Light... Electrical... Mechanical ... Heat... Chem…
One form to another
Plants and some other types of organisms that contain _are ab…
Heterotrophs can _ directly use the suns energy
Energy takes many forms:
Energy can be changed from:
Chlorophyll... Light energy from the sun
Plants and some other types of organisms that contain _are ab…
Not
Heterotrophs can _ directly use the suns energy
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Mrs Davis Biology ch 2 study guide
ionic bond
covalent bond
hydrolysis
dehydration synthesis
chemical bond formed where electrons are transferred from one…
a molecular bond that shares electron pairs
chemical reactions that involve breaking chemical bonds with…
chemical reactions that involves forming bonds by the removal…
ionic bond
chemical bond formed where electrons are transferred from one…
covalent bond
a molecular bond that shares electron pairs
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Chapter Two - Biology 1 - Mrs Davis
Mass is anything that takes up space a…
Element
Oxygen - 0; Carbon - C; Hydrogen - H;…
Because it is formed from a Latin word
Explain the difference between mass & weight.
substances that cannot be broken down chemically into simpler…
Name the 4 elements that make up 90% of the mass of living th…
Explain why some elements such as sodium have odd symbols.
Mass is anything that takes up space a…
Explain the difference between mass & weight.
Element
substances that cannot be broken down chemically into simpler…
Biology - August 20, 2015 - Mrs. Davis
homostasis
energy
metabolism
element
the maintenance of a relatively constant internal enviroment
the ability to do work. living organisms obtain energy (throu…
all the chemical reactions taking place in the cells of a liv…
a chemically pure substance that cannot be broken down, each…
homostasis
the maintenance of a relatively constant internal enviroment
energy
the ability to do work. living organisms obtain energy (throu…
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Mrs Davis Biology ch 2 study guide
ionic bond
covalent bond
hydrolysis
dehydration synthesis
chemical bond formed between 2 ionics with opposite charges
a molecular bond that shares electron pairs
sticking together of chemical bonds with the addition of water
losing water in chemical reactions
ionic bond
chemical bond formed between 2 ionics with opposite charges
covalent bond
a molecular bond that shares electron pairs
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Biology Unit 6 Vocab- Mr. Davis
biosphere
ecosystem
ecology
biotic factor
the relatively thin layer of Earth and the atmosphere in whic…
the interaction of a community of organisms with their physic…
The study of how living things interact with one another and…
environmental features created by living organisms
biosphere
the relatively thin layer of Earth and the atmosphere in whic…
ecosystem
the interaction of a community of organisms with their physic…
Mrs.Davis GHS Biology Section 2 Tesr
What level of organization would all t…
What are abiotic factors?
What Trophic level is found at the top…
A food chain follows the flow of _____…
Ecosystem
Nonliving parts in an ecosystem.
Tertiary
Energy
What level of organization would all t…
Ecosystem
What are abiotic factors?
Nonliving parts in an ecosystem.
biology prefixes & suffixes for Mrs. Davis @ Chap
a-
ab-
ad-
aero-
not, without... (atypical)
from, away... (abnormal)
to, toward... (dorsal, adhere)
air... (aerobic)
a-
not, without... (atypical)
ab-
from, away... (abnormal)
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Mr.Davis Chapter 11 Vocab. (Biology)
Homologous
Diploid
Haploid
Meiosis
Term used to refer to chromosomes in which one set comes from…
Used to refer to a cell that contains two sets of homologous…
Refers to a cell that contains only a single set of genes
Process in which the number of chromosomes per cell is cut in…
Homologous
Term used to refer to chromosomes in which one set comes from…
Diploid
Used to refer to a cell that contains two sets of homologous…
Mrs. Davis Biology - Vocabulary 10.3, 11.1, and 11.2
cyclin
growth factor
apoptsis
cancer
One of a family of proteins that regulates the cell cycle in…
One of a group of external regulatory proteins that stimulate…
The process of programmed cell death
Disorder in which some of the body's cells lose the ability t…
cyclin
One of a family of proteins that regulates the cell cycle in…
growth factor
One of a group of external regulatory proteins that stimulate…
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Biology Mrs Davis chapter 10 Dna,rna,protein synthesis
What does DNA stand for?
What is DNA's primary function?
What is the function of proteins?
What are the repeating subunits called…
Deoxyrobonucleic acid
To store genetic information
Determine traits in an organism
Nucleotides
What does DNA stand for?
Deoxyrobonucleic acid
What is DNA's primary function?
To store genetic information
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Organelle Functions: Mrs. Davis Biology, Quiz 10/13/16
cytoskeleton
nucleus
rough endoplasmic reticulum
smooth endoplasmic reticulum
network of protein fibers in the cytoplasm of a eukaryotic ce…
control center for the cell. contains DNA
makes more cell membrane. modifies proteins made by ribosomes.
lipids are made here
cytoskeleton
network of protein fibers in the cytoplasm of a eukaryotic ce…
nucleus
control center for the cell. contains DNA
Mrs. Danner Biology 104 Animals, Porifera, Cnidarians, Platyhelminthes, Nematods
Porifera "Name Meaning"
Porifera "Symmetry"
Porifera "Levels Of Organization"
Porifera "Habitat"
"pore" "to bear"
Asymetric
Multicellular
98% Marine 2% Freshwater
Porifera "Name Meaning"
"pore" "to bear"
Porifera "Symmetry"
Asymetric
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Mrs Davis biology 2 1st nine weeks test
Arthro
Gastro
Killer of
Ecto
Joint
Stomach
Cide
On the outside
Arthro
Joint
Gastro
Stomach
Biology Vocab 1: The Study of Life
Biology
Organism
Organization
Growth
The science and study of life.
Anything that is living and has all of the characteristics of…
A characteristic of life, demonstrating that living things ar…
A characteristic of life, demonstrating that living things gr…
Biology
The science and study of life.
Organism
Anything that is living and has all of the characteristics of…
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Muscles of the Back
Levator Scapulae
Trapezius
Deltoid
Rhomboideus Major
1
2
3
4
Levator Scapulae
1
Trapezius
2
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Bio 104 ch 30-31 study guide
A true body cavity completely surround…
Bilateral symmetry and cephalization a…
The _______ germ layer gives rise to m…
Diploblastic animals, such as ________…
Mesoderm
Locomotion
Mesoderm
Jellyfish, Endoderm
A true body cavity completely surround…
Mesoderm
Bilateral symmetry and cephalization a…
Locomotion
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Protein Synthesis & Mutations
RNA
messenger RNA (mRNA)
ribosomal RNA (rRNA)
transfer RNA (tRNA)
single stranded nucleic acid that contains the sugar ribose
RNA molecule that carries copies of instructions for the asse…
Combines with proteins to form ribosomes, the structures that…
form of RNA that brings amino acids to ribosomes during prote…
RNA
single stranded nucleic acid that contains the sugar ribose
messenger RNA (mRNA)
RNA molecule that carries copies of instructions for the asse…
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Bio 104 chapter 32 study guide
The deuterostomes are characterized by…
Echinoderms are unusual invertebrates,…
Class _______ includes mostly extinct…
Class __________ includes the starfish.
Indeterminate
tube feet, radial symmetry, and a water vascular system
Crinoidea
Asteroidea
The deuterostomes are characterized by…
Indeterminate
Echinoderms are unusual invertebrates,…
tube feet, radial symmetry, and a water vascular system
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Genetics & DNA
Nucleotide
Mutation
Ribonucleic Acid (RNA)
Replicate
A DNA building block of nucleic acid formed from a simple sug…
A change in the nucleotide-base sequence of a gene or DNA mol…
A nucleic acid consisting of a chain of nucleotides that cont…
To duplicate. The DNA molecule makes a copy of itself.
Nucleotide
A DNA building block of nucleic acid formed from a simple sug…
Mutation
A change in the nucleotide-base sequence of a gene or DNA mol…
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Unit 7: Evolution
Evolution
Adaptation
Punctuated Equilibrium
Primate
A change in the genes over time
Inherited characteristic of a species that develops over time…
Populations stay stable for long periods of time, interrupted…
A group of mammals that include all monkeys, apes, and humans…
Evolution
A change in the genes over time
Adaptation
Inherited characteristic of a species that develops over time…
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DNA
Nucleus
DNA
Nucleotide
Double Helix
Where do you find the DNA inside of a eukaryotic cell?
the genetic information of an organism
A single unit of DNA made up of a sugar, phosphate, and nitro…
What is the shape of DNA? (twisted ladder)
Nucleus
Where do you find the DNA inside of a eukaryotic cell?
DNA
the genetic information of an organism
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Organelles
Cell Membrane
Nucleus
Nuclear membrane
Cytoplasm
Thin layer that forms the outside boundary of the cell openin…
Large structure that controls all activities of the cell. Con…
Thin layer around the nucleus. It controls what moves in and…
gel-like fluid filling the area between the cell membrane and…
Cell Membrane
Thin layer that forms the outside boundary of the cell openin…
Nucleus
Large structure that controls all activities of the cell. Con…
Chemistry of Life
Chemistry (definition)
Why is Water Important?
Specific Heat
Solvent
the study of matter - its composition, structure, properties,…
Major component of cells, where chemical reactions take place
How quickly something heats up / cools down. Water has a HIGH…
Substance that dissolves other substances. Water is a good so…
Chemistry (definition)
the study of matter - its composition, structure, properties,…
Why is Water Important?
Major component of cells, where chemical reactions take place
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Pop Gen & Evolution
Gene pool
Allele frequency
Single-gene trait
Polygenic trait
All of the alleles in all the individuals that make up a popu…
Number of times that an allele occurs in a gene pool compared…
trait controlled by a single gene that has two alleles
Traits controlled by two or more genes. Graphing of phenotype…
Gene pool
All of the alleles in all the individuals that make up a popu…
Allele frequency
Number of times that an allele occurs in a gene pool compared…
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Biomolecules & Scientific Method
hypothesis
independent variable
dependent variable
carbohydrate
A scientific explanation for a set of observations that can b…
The experimental factor that is changed or manipulated; the v…
The experimental factor that is being measured; the variable…
Subunit: monosaccharide/Function: quick energy/ Example: gluc…
hypothesis
A scientific explanation for a set of observations that can b…
independent variable
The experimental factor that is changed or manipulated; the v…
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Transcription and Translation
RNA
Transcription
Translation
mRNA
A type of nucleic acid consisting of nucleotide monomers with…
It is the process of transcribing or making a copy of genetic…
(genetics) the process whereby genetic information coded in m…
A type of RNA, synthesized from DNA, that attaches to ribosom…
RNA
A type of nucleic acid consisting of nucleotide monomers with…
Transcription
It is the process of transcribing or making a copy of genetic…
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Bio 104 Chapter 39 Test Study Guide
The four basic animal tissues are:
Name three characteristics of Epitheli…
Can epithelial tissue contract?
Name three connective tissues:
Epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous.
It covers the whole body, It secretes hormones, sweat, and en…
No
Loose connective tissue, Dense connective tissue, and Elastic…
The four basic animal tissues are:
Epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous.
Name three characteristics of Epitheli…
It covers the whole body, It secretes hormones, sweat, and en…
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Mitosis
Cell Cycle
Mitosis
Four phases of Mitosis
Prophase
An ordered sequence of events in the life of a cell
A process that divides the nucleus of a cell.... Purpose is to c…
Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
The first stage of mitosis.... Nuclear membrane disappears.... Cent…
Cell Cycle
An ordered sequence of events in the life of a cell
Mitosis
A process that divides the nucleus of a cell.... Purpose is to c…
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Passive and Active Transport Transport
Concentration Gradient
Passive Transport/Types of Diffusion
Solvent
Solute
differences in the concentration (number) of molecules
does not require energy; moves from high concentration to low…
liquid part of a mixture
nutrient molecule in a cell
Concentration Gradient
differences in the concentration (number) of molecules
Passive Transport/Types of Diffusion
does not require energy; moves from high concentration to low…
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Cells
Controls what enters and exits all cel…
Holds all other organelles.
Control center of the cell.
Temporary storage center. (Stores food…
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Vacuole
Controls what enters and exits all cel…
Cell Membrane
Holds all other organelles.
Cytoplasm
Cells
Cell
Cell membrane
Cell walls
Cytoplasm
The smallest part of anything living
Surrounds a cell holding the parts of the cell together. Allo…
Surround the cell membrane stiff give plant extra support and…
All the material of the cell between the cell membrane and th…
Cell
The smallest part of anything living
Cell membrane
Surrounds a cell holding the parts of the cell together. Allo…
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Classification
vertebrates
kingdom
classification
gymnosperm
a group of animals with backbones
largest group for classifying living things
organizing living things into groups based on how they are al…
plant that has naked seeds and needle-like leaves
vertebrates
a group of animals with backbones
kingdom
largest group for classifying living things
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Circulatory System
Inferior Vena Cava
Systemic circulation
septum
arteries
Brings deoxygenated blood from the lower portion of the body…
The pathway that carries blood from the heart to all parts of…
The muscle that separates the two sides of the heart
These carry oxygenated blood
Inferior Vena Cava
Brings deoxygenated blood from the lower portion of the body…
Systemic circulation
The pathway that carries blood from the heart to all parts of…
Biology key terms; DNA to proteins.
Amino acids
Bases
Bond
Complementary
Complex molecules which form the building blocks of proteins.
These are the sub-units of DNA which make up the genetic code…
The chemical link that holds molecules together.
The specific way that the bases in DNA pair with each other (…
Amino acids
Complex molecules which form the building blocks of proteins.
Bases
These are the sub-units of DNA which make up the genetic code…
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Bio 104 Study Guide Ch 34, 35, 36, & 37
The broad, flat part of a leaf is call…
Compound leaves have _________ instead…
The area of the angle between the stem…
This structure is found in the axils w…
Blade, Petiole
Leaflets
Axil
Auxiliary bud
The broad, flat part of a leaf is call…
Blade, Petiole
Compound leaves have _________ instead…
Leaflets
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mitosis
metaphase
anaphase
prophase
spindle fibers
What phase is shown here?
What phase is shown here?
What phase is this now that the DNA has started to condense?
what are the thin hair like fibers surrounding the sister chr…
metaphase
What phase is shown here?
anaphase
What phase is shown here?
CH 11 Cardiac Output and Arteries
cardiac output
heart sounds
stroke volume
autonomic nervous system
the amount of blood pumped out by the ventricles in a given p…
Lub-dub. 1st- a-v valves close. 2nd- aortic and pulmonary val…
the volume of blood pumped out by a ventricle with each heart…
the part of the nervous system of vertebrates that controls i…
cardiac output
the amount of blood pumped out by the ventricles in a given p…
heart sounds
Lub-dub. 1st- a-v valves close. 2nd- aortic and pulmonary val…
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EOC Review Words
biotic factor
abiotic factor
population density
population growth
Any living part of the environment with which an organism mig…
Non-living factors including temperature, water, sunlight, wi…
Number of individuals per unit area
An increase in population over a period of time. # of births/…
biotic factor
Any living part of the environment with which an organism mig…
abiotic factor
Non-living factors including temperature, water, sunlight, wi…
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Ch. 14 Digestive System Anatomy
Hard Palate
Soft Palate
Uvula
Palatine Tonsils
Letter A represents
Letter B represents
Leter C represents
Letter D represents
Hard Palate
Letter A represents
Soft Palate
Letter B represents
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Lipids
Lipid
triglyceride
cholesterol
phospholipid
Energy-rich organic compounds, such as fats, oils, and waxes,…
lipid made of one glycerol with three attached fatty acids
A steroid that forms an essential component of animal cell me…
A molecule that is a constituent of the inner bilayer of biol…
Lipid
Energy-rich organic compounds, such as fats, oils, and waxes,…
triglyceride
lipid made of one glycerol with three attached fatty acids
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Life Science: Plant and Animal Cells
Cells
Nucleus
Cytoplasm
Chloroplasts
The building blocks for all life.
The control center of the cell.
The gel-like material that holds all the cell organelles.... ("F…
Only found in plant cells. Holds the chlorophyll which gives…
Cells
The building blocks for all life.
Nucleus
The control center of the cell.
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Axial Skeleton
atlas
axis
coccyx
lumbar vertebra
identify
identify
identify
identify
atlas
identify
axis
identify
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Science Tools, Measurement and Observation
Ruler
Meter Stick
Triple Beam Balance
Graduated Cylinder
Measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or pla…
a measuring tool that is exactly one meter long, used to meas…
a balance commonly used in laboratories to read the mass of i…
a tall, thin container marked with horizontal lines used to m…
Ruler
Measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or pla…
Meter Stick
a measuring tool that is exactly one meter long, used to meas…
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Ecology
ecology
biotic
abiotic
organism
Science dealing with the relation of living things to their e…
All the living organisms that inhabit an environment.
Any nonliving component of an environment
individual living thing
ecology
Science dealing with the relation of living things to their e…
biotic
All the living organisms that inhabit an environment.
12 terms
Biology key terms; Enzymes.
active site
amino acid
carbohydrate
denatured
The part of the enzyme to which a specific substrate can atta…
The building blocks that make up a protein molecule.
Food belonging to the food group consisting of sugars, starch…
The active site of an enzyme loses its shape. This can be hig…
active site
The part of the enzyme to which a specific substrate can atta…
amino acid
The building blocks that make up a protein molecule.
12 terms
Heart Diagram
Vena Cava
Right Atrium
Left Ventricle
Tricuspid Valve
Vena Cava
Right Atrium
12 terms
2.1 Atoms
Atom
Atomic Number
Electron
Element
the smallest particle into which an element can be divided an…
the number of protons in the nucleus of one atom of an element
negatively charged particle found outside the nucleus of an a…
substances that are the building blocks of all matter; an ele…
Atom
the smallest particle into which an element can be divided an…
Atomic Number
the number of protons in the nucleus of one atom of an element
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