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23 termscreated on December 8, 2016
biology cell respiration
autotroph
heterotroph
cell respiration
aerobic (steps)
make their own food
cannot make their own food
makes atp
glycolysis, krebs cycle, etc
autotroph
make their own food
heterotroph
cannot make their own food
27 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Spanish quiz part 2
El aleman
El algebra
El arte
El calculo
German
Algebra
Art
Calculous
El aleman
German
El algebra
Algebra
20 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Lectures 1 & 2 - Intro & Anatomical Regions/Directions
Study of organism structures and the r…
Study of functions and how organs/syst…
Levels of organization, from smallest…
List the 11 systems of the body
anatomy
physiology
chemical, cellular, tissue, organ, system
integumentary, muscular, skeletal, nervous, endocrine, circul…
Study of organism structures and the r…
anatomy
Study of functions and how organs/syst…
physiology
43 termscreated on December 8, 2016
English sentence practice
The sidewalk and the driveway are bein…
Sara and Jim studied for the punctuati…
Several students dropped out of my bio…
The hamburger which hurled itself thro…
Simple with Compound Subjects SCS
Simple with Compound Subjects SCS
Complex
Complex
The sidewalk and the driveway are bein…
Simple with Compound Subjects SCS
Sara and Jim studied for the punctuati…
Simple with Compound Subjects SCS
13 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Unit 5:Part 3 Energy and Human Physiology
Skeletal System
Skeletal System and Compostition
What 2 tissue types is the skeletal sy…
Living cells
Support and locomotion
Composed of 2 tissue types
bone and cartilage
matrix of calcium and collagen, blood vessels, and nerves
Skeletal System
Support and locomotion
Skeletal System and Compostition
Composed of 2 tissue types
35 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Chapitre 2, Mots 2
une matière
les sciences naturelles
la biologie
la chimie
A school subject
Natural sciences
Biology
Chemistry
une matière
A school subject
les sciences naturelles
Natural sciences
26 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Schwanekamp Honors Bio Genetics
define trait
define genetics
who was Gregor Mendel?
what kind of traits did Mendel choose…
a characteristic that is inherited
the study of hereditary patterns and variation of organisms
he laid the groundwork for genetics... --an austrian monk... --bred…
either/or plants... --i.e. purple/white flowers
define trait
a characteristic that is inherited
define genetics
the study of hereditary patterns and variation of organisms
24 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology chapter 3
Species
Speciation
Reproductively Isolated
Ecological Isolation
A group of organisms that are capable of breeding.
The formation of a new species.
When individuals from split groups cannot reproduce.
2 different types of species whom are bred in captivity.
Species
A group of organisms that are capable of breeding.
Speciation
The formation of a new species.
22 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Characteristics of Life 2
Organism
Cell
Stimulus
Response
Is an individual living thing made up of one or many cells, t…
Is the basic unit of structure and function in an organism
A change in an organism's surrounding that causes the organis…
An action or change in behavior
Organism
Is an individual living thing made up of one or many cells, t…
Cell
Is the basic unit of structure and function in an organism
28 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology 1st semester review vocabulary
trophic level
primary consumer
producer
limiting factor
level of an energy pyramid ex. primary consumer
organism that eats producers
organism that makes it own food
something that limits the size of a population ex available f…
trophic level
level of an energy pyramid ex. primary consumer
primary consumer
organism that eats producers
129 termscreated on December 8, 2016
biology of aging test #2
somatic motor system:
autonomic motor system:
auto-regulation:
sympathetic division:
voluntary
involuntary/automatic
the stomach releases more gastric juices when eating; muscles…
fight or flight; increase heart rate
somatic motor system:
voluntary
autonomic motor system:
involuntary/automatic
8 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Characteristics of Life
have cells
reproduction
growth and development
genetic code
the smallest living things... unicellular=1 cell... multicellular…
living things make more of their species
change over time... baby~>adult... tadpole~>frog... seed~>plant
DNA -has your genes/traits... RNA -makes proteins
have cells
the smallest living things... unicellular=1 cell... multicellular…
reproduction
living things make more of their species
12 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Bio Ch9 Quiz Voc
anther
dominant
genetics
pollination
the microsporangium of an angiosperm in which pollen grains a…
referring to an allele that masks the presence of another all…
the field of biology devoted to understanding how traits are…
the transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma of a flower…
anther
the microsporangium of an angiosperm in which pollen grains a…
dominant
referring to an allele that masks the presence of another all…
7 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology 11 - Unit 2 - Lesson 3
Types of Speciation
Allopatric Speciation
Sympatric Speciation
Human Impacts on Evolution
allopatric, sympatric
when a population is split into two new populations because o…
populations within the same geographic regions diverge and be…
deforestation, global warming, fragmentation of habitats, unr…
Types of Speciation
allopatric, sympatric
Allopatric Speciation
when a population is split into two new populations because o…
74 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology
Tissue
Organ
Organ system
Name 2 types of heart tissues
A mass of similar cells doing a certain job
A structure with a specific function made up of different typ…
A group of organs that perform a specific function
Arteries, muscle tissues
Tissue
A mass of similar cells doing a certain job
Organ
A structure with a specific function made up of different typ…
13 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology final (lab test 2)
Result of coin tosses closely matched…
Genotype ratio that was determined in…
If heads is dominant and tails is rece…
Ability to taste PTC is a dominant tra…
1:2:1
1:2:1
3:1
50%
Result of coin tosses closely matched…
1:2:1
Genotype ratio that was determined in…
1:2:1
21 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology 1st semester final study guide
When focusing on a specimen what objec…
What are heterotrophs
Examples of heterotrophs
What are autotrophs
Objective
Organisms that cannot make their own food
All animals and fungi
Organisms that can make their own food
When focusing on a specimen what objec…
Objective
What are heterotrophs
Organisms that cannot make their own food
6 termscreated on December 8, 2016
AP Bio ch. 12 - The Cell Cycle
Chromosome
Chromatid
Chromatin
Centromere vs. centrosome
Form in which DNA is packaged (look like little poops tied to…
Chromatid: Package containing a single strand of DNA; 2 of th…
Complex of DNA and proteins; exists in a dispersed form, in w…
Centromere: region where 2 sister chromatids are attached... Cen…
Chromosome
Form in which DNA is packaged (look like little poops tied to…
Chromatid
Chromatid: Package containing a single strand of DNA; 2 of th…
27 termscreated on December 8, 2016
512 2-2.2
The atoms in water are held together b…
the atoms in a water molecule DO NOT s…
true or false - ice is more dense then…
_________ is an attractive force betwe…
covalent bonds
electrons
false
cohesion
The atoms in water are held together b…
covalent bonds
the atoms in a water molecule DO NOT s…
electrons
6 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Food tests
Glucose
Protein
Starch
Glucose
Benedict's reagent
Biuret reagent
Iodine
Blue to brick red
Glucose
Benedict's reagent
Protein
Biuret reagent
6 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology Final Exam 14
God physically illustrates His (invisi…
prophase:
telophase:
anaphase
biological reproduction; intra-baraminic diversification
chromosomes & centrioles & spindle fibers appear; nuclear env…
2 nuclear envelopes & nucleoli appear; spindle fibers & centr…
sister chromatids separate
God physically illustrates His (invisi…
biological reproduction; intra-baraminic diversification
prophase:
chromosomes & centrioles & spindle fibers appear; nuclear env…
17 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biochemistry- Biology Test 12/9
Water molecules
Polar
Hydrogen Bonds
Cohesion
Hydrogen= +... Oxygen= -
means charged
weak bonds (pull apart but go back together)
attraction between molecules of the same substance (water bon…
Water molecules
Hydrogen= +... Oxygen= -
Polar
means charged
43 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Language (15)
Communication
language
spatial cognition
corpus callosum
info transfer b/w 2 individuals
communicating in which arbitrary sounds or symbols are arrang…
ability to navigate and understand the spatial relationship b…
main band of axons that connects to 2 hemispheres
Communication
info transfer b/w 2 individuals
language
communicating in which arbitrary sounds or symbols are arrang…
50 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Raven Biology 10th Edition Chapter 2
Matter
Proton
Atomic Mass
Ion
Anything which has mass and occupies space
A stable subatomic particle occurring in all atomic nuclei, w…
The mass of an atom of a chemical element expressed in atomic…
A particle that is electrically charged (positive or negative)
Matter
Anything which has mass and occupies space
Proton
A stable subatomic particle occurring in all atomic nuclei, w…
32 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology Cellular Respiration
cellular respiration
aerobic
CO2 and water
Oxidation-reduction enzymes
a cellular process that breaks down carbohydrates and other m…
consumes oxygen, produces carbon dioxide
glucose breaks down to
NAD+ and FAD as coenzymes
cellular respiration
a cellular process that breaks down carbohydrates and other m…
aerobic
consumes oxygen, produces carbon dioxide
18 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Meiosis Vocab
Haploid
Diploid
Zygote
Gamete
a cell with one set of chromosomes, ex. sperm or egg
a cell with two sets of chromosomes, ex zygote or body cell
fertilized egg cell, the first cell of an individual
reproductive cell
Haploid
a cell with one set of chromosomes, ex. sperm or egg
Diploid
a cell with two sets of chromosomes, ex zygote or body cell
24 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Chapter 10
Why do cell's divide rather than conti…
A type of reproduction that results in…
A type of reproduction in which specia…
If a cell becomes larger
DNA overload and Exchanging materials
Asexual
Sexual
...
Why do cell's divide rather than conti…
DNA overload and Exchanging materials
A type of reproduction that results in…
Asexual
45 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Photosynthesis Quest study guide for honors biology
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Anabolic
Catabolic
Turns sunlight into chemical energy through the process of ph…
Consumer of a autotroph
Building larger molecules from smaller parts
Breaking larger molecules apart
Autotroph
Turns sunlight into chemical energy through the process of ph…
Heterotroph
Consumer of a autotroph
20 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology Ch. 10
Photoautotrophs
Autotrophs
2
Light reactions
Energy flows from the sun to?
Organisms that can make their own food.
How many stages does photosynthesis occur in?
Involves an electron transport chain and ATP synthase.
Photoautotrophs
Energy flows from the sun to?
Autotrophs
Organisms that can make their own food.
1,095 termscreated on December 8, 2016
EVERYTHING BIOLOGY
What are examples of echinodermata?
What type of body do echinodermata have?
What phylum is sessile or sedentary wi…
What are the 2 different characteristi…
Sea star, sea urchins, sand dollars, sea cucumbers, sea lilies
Deutrostome coelomates
Echinodermata
The larvae are free swimming with bilateral symmetry
What are examples of echinodermata?
Sea star, sea urchins, sand dollars, sea cucumbers, sea lilies
What type of body do echinodermata have?
Deutrostome coelomates
31 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology Chapter 6
conservation of energy
law of entropy
metabolism
free energy
energy cannot be created or destroyed
energy is changed from 1 form to another, there is a loss of…
sum of cellular chemical reactions in a cell
the amount of energy available to preform work
conservation of energy
energy cannot be created or destroyed
law of entropy
energy is changed from 1 form to another, there is a loss of…
27 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Bio 161 Final
The Nature of Science assumes that the…
What are the 4 steps to learning?
Science requires what?
Scientific knowledge is _____ but also…
1) real... 2) knowable
1) Observations... 2) Form possible explanations... 3) Make predict…
Evidence gathered from observations, experimental results, an…
experiential (only the material world, senses are used); expe…
The Nature of Science assumes that the…
1) real... 2) knowable
What are the 4 steps to learning?
1) Observations... 2) Form possible explanations... 3) Make predict…
36 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Chapter 6- STUDY GUIDE
1st Growth
Synthesis
2nd Growth
Prophase
(G1)- Rapid cell growth
The DNA doubles
(G2)- The cell grows again and prepares to divide
[MITOSIS] The spindle forms and chromosomes become visible
1st Growth
(G1)- Rapid cell growth
Synthesis
The DNA doubles
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Biology Ch. 6.1 & 6.2 Terms
Monoculture
Sustainable Development
Renewable Resource
Nonrenewable Resource
The practice of clearing large areas of land to plant a singl…
Using natural resources in a way that doesn't cause long-term…
Can be produced or replaced by a healthy ecosystem
Can't replenish in enough time (ie. fossil fuels)
Monoculture
The practice of clearing large areas of land to plant a singl…
Sustainable Development
Using natural resources in a way that doesn't cause long-term…
25 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Module 5 Terms
Matter
Model
Element
Molecule
Anything that has mass and takes up space
An explanation or representation of something that cannot be…
A collection of atoms that all have the same number of protons
Chemicals that result from atoms linking together
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Model
An explanation or representation of something that cannot be…
20 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Chapter 7.1&7.2 Biology
cell
cell theory
cell membrane
nucleus
basic unit of all forms of life
fundamental concept of biology that states that all living th…
thin, flexible barrier that surrounds all cells; regulates wh…
structure that contains the cell's genetic material in the fo…
cell
basic unit of all forms of life
cell theory
fundamental concept of biology that states that all living th…
95 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology Chapter 2 & 3
Phosphate groups
Ribose
Adenine, Uracil, Guanine, Cytosine
Nucleotide (DNA and RNA)
groups that are the basic building blocks of RNA and join to…
The sugar in RNA
Nitrogenous bases attached to the sugar in RNA
Functional group + the sugar + a nitrogenous base form a
Phosphate groups
groups that are the basic building blocks of RNA and join to…
Ribose
The sugar in RNA
24 termscreated on December 8, 2016
4 groups of organic compounds
four groups
building block for carbs
function for carbs
four types of carbs
carbs, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids
monosacharides
living things main energy source
sugar/starch. cellulose, glycogen, chitin
four groups
carbs, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids
building block for carbs
monosacharides
20 termscreated on December 8, 2016
7.2 Cell Structure Biology
cytoplasm
organelle
vacuole
lysosomes
portion of the cell outside of the nucleus
"little organs"
cell organelle that stores materials such as water salts prot…
small organelles filled with enzymes - break down lipids carb…
cytoplasm
portion of the cell outside of the nucleus
organelle
"little organs"
37 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology
Franklin
Chargaff
Watson n crick
3 parts of a nucleotide
Used x-ray diffraction to get information about the structure…
Discovered how nitrogenous bases bond together (A-T & C-G)
Created the double helix model for DNA (stole franklins work)
Phosphate, nitrogenous bases, and 5 carbon sugar
Franklin
Used x-ray diffraction to get information about the structure…
Chargaff
Discovered how nitrogenous bases bond together (A-T & C-G)
41 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Central Dogma of Biology
5' cap
alternative RNA splicing
aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase
A-site
A modified form of guanine nucleotide added onto the 5' end o…
A type of eukaryotic gene regulation at the RNA-processing le…
An enzyme that joins each amino acid to the appropriate tRNA
One of a ribosome's three binding sites for tRNA during trans…
5' cap
A modified form of guanine nucleotide added onto the 5' end o…
alternative RNA splicing
A type of eukaryotic gene regulation at the RNA-processing le…
22 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Bio roots 12-8-16
muta-
Neuro-
nomen-
-nym
change
nerve
name
word
muta-
change
Neuro-
nerve
14 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology Test #2
polynucleotide
hydrogen bonds
nucleotide
phosphodiester bond
...
...
polynucleotide
...
hydrogen bonds
...
19 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology final (test 4)
According to Darwin's peinciples of na…
According to Darwin, how did one speci…
Microevolution in a population can occ…
Vestigial structures
Thise with an inherited survival advantage are most likely to…
Adaptation to different diets and enviornments
Mating between different species
Many animals share similar body structures; but some of the s…
According to Darwin's peinciples of na…
Thise with an inherited survival advantage are most likely to…
According to Darwin, how did one speci…
Adaptation to different diets and enviornments
54 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Biology 10.2
The contraction of the atria helps inf…
The ventricles force blood out of the…
1. Blood enters the heart from the ven…
Short, branched and contain only one n…
What is the purpose of the atria
What is the purpose of the ventricles
Briefly describe the path of blood as it circulates through t…
Describe the structure of cardiac muscle cells
The contraction of the atria helps inf…
What is the purpose of the atria
The ventricles force blood out of the…
What is the purpose of the ventricles
26 termscreated on December 8, 2016
DNA Replication Test
DNA Structure
Bonds withing DNA
Parallelism in DNA
Nucleotide structure
DNA is a polymer which is made of monomers. The monomers are…
Covalent- located within the nucleotide.... Phosphodiester linka…
DNA is anti-parallel. This means one side has the 5 carbon on…
A nucleotide is composed of 3 parts.... - Nitrogenous base (Aden…
DNA Structure
DNA is a polymer which is made of monomers. The monomers are…
Bonds withing DNA
Covalent- located within the nucleotide.... Phosphodiester linka…
8 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Protists
Euglenozoa
Euglenids
Diatoms
Dinoflagellates
spiral or crystalline rod inside their flagella
one or two flagella that emerge from a pocket at one end of t…
photosynthetic organisms with glass-like wall of silicon diox…
2 flagella, plankton, red tide
Euglenozoa
spiral or crystalline rod inside their flagella
Euglenids
one or two flagella that emerge from a pocket at one end of t…
23 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Chapter 9
Which of the following is not a stage…
What are the reactants (what goes in)…
The starting molecule for glycolysis is
What species would use cellular respir…
Fermentation
Glucose and Oxygen
Glucose
Humans, Trees, and Cats
Which of the following is not a stage…
Fermentation
What are the reactants (what goes in)…
Glucose and Oxygen
22 termscreated on December 8, 2016
Chapter 25
37 termscreated on December 8, 2016
final exam
endocrine glands
endocrine functions
hormone actions on the target cells
second messenegr system
release hormones directly into the blood
- metabolism... - growth... - reproduction... - regulation of the inte…
- channel regulation... - actibate second messenger systems... - ge…
to add a phosphate to a particular cell is the end product of…
endocrine glands
release hormones directly into the blood
endocrine functions
- metabolism... - growth... - reproduction... - regulation of the inte…
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