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21 terms
bioliogy
nucleotide
histones
DNA polymerase
RNA polymerase
A building block of DNA, consisting of a five-carbon sugar co…
DNA tightly coiled around proteins
Enzyme involved in DNA replication that joins individual nucl…
Enzyme that binds to DNA and separates the DNA strands during…
nucleotide
A building block of DNA, consisting of a five-carbon sugar co…
histones
DNA tightly coiled around proteins
31 terms
Bioliogy
Skeletal System
Ligaments
Purpose of Skeletal System
Muscular System
Bones, Ligaments, Cartilage
connect bone to bone at a joint
Protection, store calcium, movement, make blood cells
Skeletal muscles, Smooth Muscles, Cardiac Muscles
Skeletal System
Bones, Ligaments, Cartilage
Ligaments
connect bone to bone at a joint
13 terms
bioliogy
nutrition
excretion
reproduction
synthesis
process where organisms obtain nutrients and use them for oth…
removal of cellular waste/metabolic waste
making more cells and organisms
to make or build
nutrition
process where organisms obtain nutrients and use them for oth…
excretion
removal of cellular waste/metabolic waste
12 terms
Bioliogy
What is the photosynthesis formula
Is the delta G of a photo synthesis re…
What is the site of photosynthesis
What is the main job of a leaf
Light plus H2O plus CO2 goes to form 02+ glucose
Positive
It occurs in the chloroplast
The pores in the leave absorb sunlight it is the anatomical s…
What is the photosynthesis formula
Light plus H2O plus CO2 goes to form 02+ glucose
Is the delta G of a photo synthesis re…
Positive
11 terms
Bioliogy
eukaryote
prokayote
selectively premeable
organelle
Organism whose cells contain a nucleus
a unicellular organism that lacks a nucleus and membrane boun…
A property of cell membranes that allows some substances to p…
Specialized structure that performs important cellular functi…
eukaryote
Organism whose cells contain a nucleus
prokayote
a unicellular organism that lacks a nucleus and membrane boun…
202 terms
Bioliogy Vocabulary
a, an
ab
acu
ad
not, -without
away from
sharp
toward
a, an
not, -without
ab
away from
20 terms
Chapter 17 Bioliogy
evolution
fossil
adaptation
artificial selection
decent with modification; the idea that all living species ar…
a preserved remnant or impression of an organism that lived i…
an inherited characteristic that embraces an organism's abili…
the selected breeding of domesticated pants and animals to pr…
evolution
decent with modification; the idea that all living species ar…
fossil
a preserved remnant or impression of an organism that lived i…
65 terms
Bioliogy ch3
Inorganic Compounds
inorganic Compounds
Inorganic Compounds
Organic Compounds
compounds that are part of the natural world
living things may use them in their existing form or use them…
ex : water, Carbon Dioxide , Nitrate compounds , sulfate Comp…
produced through the actions of living things
Inorganic Compounds
compounds that are part of the natural world
inorganic Compounds
living things may use them in their existing form or use them…
12 terms
bioliogy chapter 1
observation
inference
hypothesis
controlled experiment
process of noticing or describing events or processes in a ca…
a logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experie…
possible explanation for a set of observations or possible an…
experiment in which only one variable is changed
observation
process of noticing or describing events or processes in a ca…
inference
a logical interpretation based on prior knowledge and experie…
65 terms
Bioliogy ch3
Inorganic Compounds
inorganic Compounds
Inorganic Compounds
Organic Compounds
compounds that are part of the natural world
living things may use them in their existing form or use them…
ex : water, Carbon Dioxide , Nitrate compounds , sulfate Comp…
produced through the actions of living things
Inorganic Compounds
compounds that are part of the natural world
inorganic Compounds
living things may use them in their existing form or use them…
65 terms
Bioliogy ch3
Inorganic Compounds
inorganic Compounds
Inorganic Compounds
Organic Compounds
compounds that are part of the natural world
living things may use them in their existing form or use them…
ex : water, Carbon Dioxide , Nitrate compounds , sulfate Comp…
produced through the actions of living things
Inorganic Compounds
compounds that are part of the natural world
inorganic Compounds
living things may use them in their existing form or use them…
23 terms
Bioliogy chapter 6
Lactic acid
Glycolysis
Where does glycolysis happen
Cellular respiration happens when
Six carbon molecule that is produced first when acetycoa join…
The propel of splitting a glucose molecule into 2 pyruvic aci…
In the cytoplasm of the cell
Oxygen is present in includes glycolysis Krebs cycle and elec…
Lactic acid
Six carbon molecule that is produced first when acetycoa join…
Glycolysis
The propel of splitting a glucose molecule into 2 pyruvic aci…
20 terms
bioliogy cpter 7
cell
compound light microscope
cell theroy
electronic microscope
...
...
...
...
cell
...
compound light microscope
...
15 terms
BIOLIOGY - MODULE 2 (Enzymes)
Whatvare enzymes ?
What are 3 facts about enzymes
What us an active site ?
What is a substrate ?
*Biological catalyst... *A substance that speeds up a chemical r…
*globular protein... *soluble exterior... *biological catalyst... *the…
A groove or depression ( where another molecule can bind to )
A molecule that binds to the active site (very specific)
Whatvare enzymes ?
*Biological catalyst... *A substance that speeds up a chemical r…
What are 3 facts about enzymes
*globular protein... *soluble exterior... *biological catalyst... *the…
8 terms
FLASH CARDS FOR BIOLIOGY MRS THRALL
ENZYME
SUBSTRATE
ENZYME-substrate complex
PRODUCT
Protein that speeds up the rate of chemical reactions also ca…
Molecule an enzyme reacts with (putting it together like puzz…
when an enzyme and substrate bond together and are reacting.…
what is made from a reaction. (a baby)
ENZYME
Protein that speeds up the rate of chemical reactions also ca…
SUBSTRATE
Molecule an enzyme reacts with (putting it together like puzz…
14 terms
Bioliogy Ch. 2 part 2 Vocab
monomer
polymer
carbohydrate
monosaccharide
small chemical unit that makes up a polymer
molecules composed of many monomers, makes up macromolecules
compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms; type…
simple sugar molecule
monomer
small chemical unit that makes up a polymer
polymer
molecules composed of many monomers, makes up macromolecules
34 terms
Bioliogy Terms (7.1 & 7.2)
Cells
Cell Theory
Cell Membrane
Plasma Membrane
Basic unit of structure and function in living things.
1) All living things are made up of cells ... 2) Cells are the b…
It surrounds the cell with a flexible barrier.
Also another name of cell membrane, because many cells in the…
Cells
Basic unit of structure and function in living things.
Cell Theory
1) All living things are made up of cells ... 2) Cells are the b…
22 terms
Passive Transport Vocabulary
Solute
Solvent
Solution
Concentration
the solid in a solution... Ex. Salt
the liquid in a solution... Ex. water
A solute(solid) mixed with a solvent
the amount of solute in a solvent
Solute
the solid in a solution... Ex. Salt
Solvent
the liquid in a solution... Ex. water
15 terms
WB: Bridge Biology- Cell Structure Ford
Nucleus
Cell Membrane
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Ribosomes
A round structure located near the middle of the cell. It is…
A thin, flexible barrier that surrounds the cell. It controls…
It consists of a network of tube-like passageways that protei…
Produces proteins for the cell. This is where proteins are co…
Nucleus
A round structure located near the middle of the cell. It is…
Cell Membrane
A thin, flexible barrier that surrounds the cell. It controls…
9 terms
WB: Bridge Biology Cell City Ford
Nucleus
Cell Membrane
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Ribosomes
City Hall
City Limits/Police Department
Roads
Construction Company/Factory
Nucleus
City Hall
Cell Membrane
City Limits/Police Department
7 terms
WB: Bridge Biology Mitosis
Interphase
Prophase
Metaphase
Anaphase
DNA is replicated or copied.
DNA shortens and thickens to form chromosomes and the nuclear…
Long fibers attach themselves to the chromosomes. The chromos…
The fibers pull the chromosomes apart. The chromosomes move t…
Interphase
DNA is replicated or copied.
Prophase
DNA shortens and thickens to form chromosomes and the nuclear…
81 terms
AP150: Bone STRUCTURES of the lower limb, pelvic girdle, and spine
iliac crest
iliac crest
Iliac crest
anterior superior iliac spine
ID the structure
ID structure in blue
ID structure in blue
ID structure
iliac crest
ID the structure
iliac crest
ID structure in blue
21 terms
A&P Chapter 7 - Bone Structure
spongy bone
articular cartilage
epiphyseal line
periosteum
spongy bone
articular cartilage
20 terms
chapter 1 vocabulary words
biology
hypothesis
theory
organism
study of life
educated gess made by 1 person,well tested
genral and reliable than a hypothesis
characteristicts of liveing things
biology
study of life
hypothesis
educated gess made by 1 person,well tested
15 terms
Chapter 5 vocab BIO.
Active transport
Cellular Respiration
Endocytosis
Endomembrane System
movment of molecules across a membrane that uses energy
When mitochondria brwak down gluclose to make ATP
Cell pinches in some of its membrane to bring materials inside
group of organells that make molecules
Active transport
movment of molecules across a membrane that uses energy
Cellular Respiration
When mitochondria brwak down gluclose to make ATP
28 terms
das Studium K2A
der Abschluss
das Diplom
das Abschlusszeugnis
der Dozent
degree
diploma
diploma
male college instructor
der Abschluss
degree
das Diplom
diploma
23 terms
3rd Yr French Topic 3: School Subjects
l'anglais
le français
l'espagnol
l'allemand
english
french
spanish
german
l'anglais
english
le français
french
90 terms
Osseous Tissue and Bone Structure - Chapter 6
support
storage of minerals
blood cell production
protection
6-1 The skeletal system has five primary functions... 1. ______…
6-1 The skeletal system has five primary functions... 1. Suppor…
6-1 The skeletal system has five primary functions... 1. Suppor…
6-1 The skeletal system has five primary functions... 1. Suppor…
support
6-1 The skeletal system has five primary functions... 1. ______…
storage of minerals
6-1 The skeletal system has five primary functions... 1. Suppor…
17 terms
Bone Structures
Proximal epiphysis
Distal epiphysis
Periosteaum
Articular cartilage
Proximal epiphysis
Distal epiphysis
15 terms
Przedmioty szkolne
Deutsch
Englisch
mathematik
physik
Niemiecki
Angielski
atematyka
fizyka
Deutsch
Niemiecki
Englisch
Angielski
16 terms
Unit 2 - Chapter 15 - Population Dynamics
Exponential growth
Abundance
Biodiversity
carrying capacity
Growth of a population in an ideal, unlimited environment, re…
An expression of the total number of organisms in a biologica…
Total variety of living organisms in an area or on earth as a…
Largest number of individuals of a population that a environm…
Exponential growth
Growth of a population in an ideal, unlimited environment, re…
Abundance
An expression of the total number of organisms in a biologica…
138 terms
Cell Test
hypotonic solution
isotonic solution
hypotonic and hypertonic solution
hypertonic solution
causes a cell to swell
doesn't change the shape of a cell
causes osmosis
causes a cell to shrink
hypotonic solution
causes a cell to swell
isotonic solution
doesn't change the shape of a cell
20 terms
Spanish Vocabulary
el arte
la biología
las ciencias
la computacíon
art
bioliogy
sciences
computer science
el arte
art
la biología
bioliogy
21 terms
chapter 1
science
technology
chemistry
physics
is a system of knowledge and the methods used to find it
is the use of knowledge to solve practical prombles
is the study of composition, structure, properties, and physics
is the study of matter and energy and the interactions betwee…
science
is a system of knowledge and the methods used to find it
technology
is the use of knowledge to solve practical prombles
138 terms
Ch. 26 Digestive System
Parotid gland
Stenson's duct
INCISORS
CUSPID (CANINE)
Parotid gland
Stenson's duct
10 terms
07 Bone Structure Terms
epiphysis
diaphysis
osteocytes
canaliculi
the end of a long bone
the shaft of a long bone
bone cells
connects osteocytes
epiphysis
the end of a long bone
diaphysis
the shaft of a long bone
74 terms
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
rhin/o
laryng/o
trache/o
bronch/o
nose ... example: rhinitis, rhinorrhea (inflammation of and "run…
larynx, "voice box" ... example: laryngotomy, laryngectomy (cutt…
trachea, "windpipe"... example: tracheotomy, tracheostomy (tempo…
lung air passageways ... examples: ... bronchoscopy = looking into…
rhin/o
nose ... example: rhinitis, rhinorrhea (inflammation of and "run…
laryng/o
larynx, "voice box" ... example: laryngotomy, laryngectomy (cutt…
34 terms
Bone Structure
Spongy Bone
Osteon (Haversian System)
Osteocytes
Lamella
Spongy Bone
Osteon (Haversian System)
21 terms
Digestive System
teeth
saliva
tongue
esophagus
Teeth are the organs of chewing, which is also known as masti…
A watery liquid secreted into the mouth by glands, providing…
A muscular organ in the mouth that can taste and mix food wit…
A muscular tube that connects the mouth to the stomach.
teeth
Teeth are the organs of chewing, which is also known as masti…
saliva
A watery liquid secreted into the mouth by glands, providing…
54 terms
VCE Biology Unit 1
prokaryotic cells
eukaryotic cells
cytoskeleton
plasma membrane
lack a clearly define internal structure to house their DNA.
membrane bound structures.
network of protein filaments and microtubules which hold orga…
boundary of all living cells which controls entry of dissolve…
prokaryotic cells
lack a clearly define internal structure to house their DNA.
eukaryotic cells
membrane bound structures.
56 terms
Bones
1 frontal bone
2 parietal bones
2 temporal bones
2 zygomatic bones
1 frontal bone
2 parietal bones
30 terms
Spanish
Cuaderno
Lapiz/Lapices
Regla
papel
notebook
pencil or pencils
ruler
paper
Cuaderno
notebook
Lapiz/Lapices
pencil or pencils
29 terms
Subjects and numbers
English
French
Art
Spanish
L'anglais
Le françias
Le dessin
L' espagnol
English
L'anglais
French
Le françias
19 terms
Stoga Keystone Bio-Chemical Basis for Life
Atom
Biological Macromolecules
Carbohydrate
Catalyst
The smallest unit of an element that retains the chemical and…
A group of biomacromolecules that interact with biological sy…
A macromolecule that contains atoms of carbon, hydrogen, and…
A substance that enables a chemical reaction to proceed at a…
Atom
The smallest unit of an element that retains the chemical and…
Biological Macromolecules
A group of biomacromolecules that interact with biological sy…
67 terms
Chapter 4: Tissues
Tissue
Histology
Epithelium
Apical surface
group of specialized cells working together to perform specif…
Study of tissues
Type of tissue that covers internal or external surfaces
free surface that is exposed to environment or internal chamb…
Tissue
group of specialized cells working together to perform specif…
Histology
Study of tissues
27 terms
Spanish Unit 1 Vocab A
alemán
álgerbra
biología
francés
german
algebra
bioliogy
french
alemán
german
álgerbra
algebra
18 terms
Skull Foramen
Where is the Supraorbital foramen?
Where is the hypoglossal canal?
Where is the Carotid Canal?
Optic Canal (optic Foramen)
What are these?
Where is the Supraorbital foramen?
Where is the hypoglossal canal?
40 terms
Intro Cell Biology Chapter 2 Vocabulary
acid
amino acid
atom
atomic weight
In the context of cell biology, an organic molecule that diss…
Organic molecule containing both an amino group and a carboxy…
The smallest particle of an element that still retains its di…
Mass of an atom expressed in daltons.
acid
In the context of cell biology, an organic molecule that diss…
amino acid
Organic molecule containing both an amino group and a carboxy…
34 terms
Campbell Biology 9th Edition - Chapter 8
metabolism
metabolic pathway
catabolic pathway
anabolic pathway
an emergent property of life that arises from orderly interac…
begins with a specific molecule and ends with a product
metabolic pathways that release energy... by breaking down compl…
consume energy to build complicated molecules from simpler ones
metabolism
an emergent property of life that arises from orderly interac…
metabolic pathway
begins with a specific molecule and ends with a product
69 terms
Cardiovascular System
Cardiovascular System
Pulmonary Circulation
Systemic Circulation
Carbon Dioxide
Also known as Circulatory System... Maintains distribution of bl…
Between heart and lungs... Transport DEOXYGENATED blood to lungs…
Between heart and tissues and cells... Transport OXYGENATED bloo…
One of the products wasted by the heart... Produced by metaolic…
Cardiovascular System
Also known as Circulatory System... Maintains distribution of bl…
Pulmonary Circulation
Between heart and lungs... Transport DEOXYGENATED blood to lungs…
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