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31 termscreated on January 17, 2017
11.3 Biology HL
osmoregulator
osmoconformer
Malpighian tubule
osmoregulation
an organism whose internal tissues have a different solute co…
an organism whose internal tissues have virtually the same so…
tubule connected to the digestive tract of insects which abso…
the maintenance of a relatively constant concentration of wat…
osmoregulator
an organism whose internal tissues have a different solute co…
osmoconformer
an organism whose internal tissues have virtually the same so…
87 termscreated on January 17, 2017
3.5 Past Typical
Мы играли в футбол вчера на стадионе.
Он звонил своей маме на прошлой неделе.
Она хотела написать это письмо два дня…
Они обсуждали эту тему в понедельник.
We played football yesterday at the stadium.
He called your mother last week.
She wanted to write this letter 2 days ago.
They discussed this topic on Monday.
Мы играли в футбол вчера на стадионе.
We played football yesterday at the stadium.
Он звонил своей маме на прошлой неделе.
He called your mother last week.
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Chapter 11 Biology
Who is known as the Father of Genetics?
Define heredity.
Define allele.
Define trait.
Gregor Mendel (genetics, punnet squares, heredity)
Transmission of characteristics (traits) from parents to offs…
One of the alternative forms of a gene that governs a charact…
Genetically determined variant of a characteristic... -"yellow"…
Who is known as the Father of Genetics?
Gregor Mendel (genetics, punnet squares, heredity)
Define heredity.
Transmission of characteristics (traits) from parents to offs…
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Biology midtrem
Nucleotides do not have ____
Why is carbon so versatile?
What are organic molecules
Chonps
Dna group
They bond with other carbon atoms
Molecule that contain carbon
Carbon... hydrogen... Oxygen... Nitrogen ... Phosphorus ... Sulfur
Nucleotides do not have ____
Dna group
Why is carbon so versatile?
They bond with other carbon atoms
344 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Honors Biology midterm
Endothermic
Exothermic
Characteristics of Organisms
Polar
Taking in heat(lack of heat)
Taking out heat(hot)
Cells, metabolism, homeostasis, response to stimuli, reproduc…
Positively and negatively charged(like a battery), good to st…
Endothermic
Taking in heat(lack of heat)
Exothermic
Taking out heat(hot)
27 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biology test 1
Linneaus(person)
Aristotle(person)
Plants
Animals
Developed the new or modern day classification system.Created…
Classified organisms into two kingdoms :Plants and Animals
Size and structures
Behavior and habitat
Linneaus(person)
Developed the new or modern day classification system.Created…
Aristotle(person)
Classified organisms into two kingdoms :Plants and Animals
17 termscreated on January 17, 2017
OBD10 Pulpo-dentinal complex
what are the 3 main functions of the p…
what is the pulp in the root called?
what is similar about pulp and CT
what is different between pulp and CT
dentine formation, defence & repair and sensory
radicular pulp
cells (mainly fibroblasts), collagen matrix, ECM, blood vesse…
specialised cells (odontoblasts), contained in a rigid chambe…
what are the 3 main functions of the p…
dentine formation, defence & repair and sensory
what is the pulp in the root called?
radicular pulp
30 termscreated on January 17, 2017
A4 Unit 3 A-Section 1,2,3 vocabulary
caption
governor
migrant worker
homeless
Bildunterschrift / kuvateksti
Gouverneur/in / kuvernööri
Wanderarbeiter/in / siirtotyöntekijä
obdachlos / koditon
caption
Bildunterschrift / kuvateksti
governor
Gouverneur/in / kuvernööri
16 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Les matières
l'allemand
l'anglais
la biologie
la chimie
German
English
Biology
Chemistry
l'allemand
German
l'anglais
English
72 termscreated on January 17, 2017
15: urine & diagnosis
3 substances urea contains
what does urine contain the breakdown…
what does glucose in urine signify
symptom of type 1/2 diabetes
1) H2O ... 2) urea... 3) mineral salts
many chemicals including hormones & toxins
type 1/2 diabetes
glucose in urine
3 substances urea contains
1) H2O ... 2) urea... 3) mineral salts
what does urine contain the breakdown…
many chemicals including hormones & toxins
49 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Human Reproduction
Chromosomes
Hapliod
Male reproductive system
Zygote
contain genetic information, which carries unique inherited t…
Sex cell
This organ system produces sperm cells and delivers them insi…
The resulting fertilized egg during the fusion of the egg and…
Chromosomes
contain genetic information, which carries unique inherited t…
Hapliod
Sex cell
21 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biology Nov 12th
Lipid functions
Lipid types
R group
Atoms
Buoyancy aid ... Thermal insulation ... Vitamin storage (fat solubl…
Saturated... Unsaturated
How different amino acids are identified
The smallest possible unit of an element that has the propert…
Lipid functions
Buoyancy aid ... Thermal insulation ... Vitamin storage (fat solubl…
Lipid types
Saturated... Unsaturated
18 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biology Oct 19th
3 shapes of prokaryotic cells
Replication of prokaryotes
Phospholipid types
Models of phospholipids
Coccus, bacillus and spirillum
Binary fission
Hydrophobic... Hydrophilic
Dauson-Danielli model (sandwich)... Singer Nicholson model
3 shapes of prokaryotic cells
Coccus, bacillus and spirillum
Replication of prokaryotes
Binary fission
35 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chemistry
Atom
Ionic bond
Polarity of water
Neutron
smallest particle that can exist alone, made up of protons, n…
What is the term used to describe a bond that forms between t…
An uneven distribution of electron density.
A subatomic particle that has no charge and that is found in…
Atom
smallest particle that can exist alone, made up of protons, n…
Ionic bond
What is the term used to describe a bond that forms between t…
15 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biology quarter 3 test 1
Meosis
Haploid
Diploid
Karyotype
Type of cell division that results in the formation of gamete…
Contains one set of chromosomes (sex chromosome)
Contains both sets of chromosomes (skin, hear, etc.)
A chart showing all pairs of chromosomes in a human
Meosis
Type of cell division that results in the formation of gamete…
Haploid
Contains one set of chromosomes (sex chromosome)
34 terms
created on January 17, 2017
Gaines, Criminal Justice in Action, 5th Ed., Chapter 2 Causes of Crime
anomie
antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)
biology
choice theory
A condition in which the individual suffers from the breakdow…
A mental illness that is characterized by antisocial behavior…
The science of living organisms, including their structure, f…
A school of criminology that holds that wrongdoers act as if…
anomie
A condition in which the individual suffers from the breakdow…
antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)
A mental illness that is characterized by antisocial behavior…
10 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biologie ( ontstaan van leven)
3800 miljoen jaar geleden
3300 miljoen jaar geleden
1600 miljoen jaar geleden
700 miljoen jaar geleden
Eerste eenvoudige vormen van leven
Andere eencellige organisme
Eerste meercellige organisme
Eerste dieren
3800 miljoen jaar geleden
Eerste eenvoudige vormen van leven
3300 miljoen jaar geleden
Andere eencellige organisme
8 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Section 3 - Gene expression
phenotype
gene expression
RNA (ribonucleic acid)
characteristics of RNA
A cell's physical and chemical state which is determined by t…
The processes by which a cell's phenotype is determined and w…
Second type of nucleic acid and is composed of a molecule of…
One nucleotide strand present in one molecule, the complement…
phenotype
A cell's physical and chemical state which is determined by t…
gene expression
The processes by which a cell's phenotype is determined and w…
18 termscreated on January 17, 2017
B1- Senses and the Nervous System
Define Neurone
What do the fibres carry?
What does the CNS consist of?
What does the peripheral nervous syste…
A nerve cell that consists of a cell body with thin fibres st…
Electrical impulses.
- Brain... -Spinal Cord
The nerves connecting the sense organs with the CNS.
Define Neurone
A nerve cell that consists of a cell body with thin fibres st…
What do the fibres carry?
Electrical impulses.
57 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biology term 2-5
Fertilization
Chromosomes
Genes
Diploid
When two ½ sets of chromosomes combine
Long chains of DNA
One codon on DNA
Full number of chromosomes
Fertilization
When two ½ sets of chromosomes combine
Chromosomes
Long chains of DNA
22 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Nucleic acid and protein structure
Proteins
Major functions of proteins
Amino acid contribution of proteins
What do amino acids consist of?
- polymers composed of AA building blocks (monomers)
- catalytic (increase rate of chemical reaction without chang…
- 20 AA in proteins
- animo group (-NH2)... - carboxyl group (-COOH)... - H atom ... - sid…
Proteins
- polymers composed of AA building blocks (monomers)
Major functions of proteins
- catalytic (increase rate of chemical reaction without chang…
36 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biologie 3 / Reptilien
Reptilien stammt aus dem Lateinischen…
Reptilien sind die ersten Wirbeltiere
Nenne 2 wichtige Merkmale für die Anpa…
Warum haben Reptilien Eier mit fester,…
respere = krichen/kricher
die vollständig an Land leben, die sich vollständig an ein Le…
- harte, poröse Eier... - Ausbildung einer festen, dicken Haut
Dadurch können sie die Eier an Land ablegen
Reptilien stammt aus dem Lateinischen…
respere = krichen/kricher
Reptilien sind die ersten Wirbeltiere
die vollständig an Land leben, die sich vollständig an ein Le…
11 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biology lipids
Uses of lipids
Emulsion Test
Triglycerides
Saturated fatty acids
-energy store... -cell membranes... -thermal insulation... -protect or…
-dissolve lipid in alcohol ... -add water... -a cloudy white emulsi…
1 glycerol and 3 fatty acids.
Have hydrogen attached to all available bonds in its fatty ch…
Uses of lipids
-energy store... -cell membranes... -thermal insulation... -protect or…
Emulsion Test
-dissolve lipid in alcohol ... -add water... -a cloudy white emulsi…
43 termscreated on January 17, 2017
ESTC VOL 3 U3 L7 科目 Subjects ( Page 60)
Text 1
数学
物理
化学
...
mathematics
wù lǐ - physics
huà xué - chemistry
Text 1
...
数学
mathematics
25 termscreated on January 17, 2017
CH3 organelles
cell
Cell membrane (plasma membrane)
cytoplasm
polar regions
basic unit of life
separate the interior of the cell from its environment
jelly-like substance surrounding organelles
heads polar, hydrophilic (pro water)
cell
basic unit of life
Cell membrane (plasma membrane)
separate the interior of the cell from its environment
5 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Cell Theory
The 3 statements
All ______ ______ are composed of cells
Cells are the _____ unit of ________ a…
New cells come from ________ _____
All living things are composed of cells, cells are the basic…
living things
basic, structure, function
existing cells
The 3 statements
All living things are composed of cells, cells are the basic…
All ______ ______ are composed of cells
living things
6 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology Chapter 9.3
Antidiuretic hormone(ADH)
Aldosterone
Renal Insufficiency
Dialysis
hormone regulated by the hypothalamus and released by the pit…
a type of mineralocorticiod hormone secreted by the adrenal c…
used to describe the state in which the kidneys cannot mainta…
Procedure that removes wastes and excess fluid from the body…
Antidiuretic hormone(ADH)
hormone regulated by the hypothalamus and released by the pit…
Aldosterone
a type of mineralocorticiod hormone secreted by the adrenal c…
65 termscreated on January 16, 2017
AP Psychology Chapter 3 Vocab
phrenology
Biological psychology
neuron
dendrite
The incorrect study by Franz Joseph Gall of the bumps on the…
A branch of psychology concerned with the links between biolo…
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system
The bushy, branching extensions of a neuron that receive mess…
phrenology
The incorrect study by Franz Joseph Gall of the bumps on the…
Biological psychology
A branch of psychology concerned with the links between biolo…
43 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Chapter 2 The Chemical Basis of Life
Metabolism is:... 1. the sum of all of t…
The substance in which everything is m…
Identify the elements that collectivel…
The smallest particle of an element th…
1, 3
matter, mass
carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen
atom
Metabolism is:... 1. the sum of all of t…
1, 3
The substance in which everything is m…
matter, mass
26 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology chapter 4 test review
Greenhouse effect
Sunlight
Niche
Niche
Maintains Earth's temperature range.
The Earth has 3 main climate zones because of distribution of…
An organisms blank is like a person's occupation. Because peo…
Is the range of physical and biological conditions in which a…
Greenhouse effect
Maintains Earth's temperature range.
Sunlight
The Earth has 3 main climate zones because of distribution of…
27 termscreated on January 16, 2017
CH2-1
Atom
Each atom contains
Proton
electron
smallest particle of an element
proton, electron, neutron
positive charge, inside nucleus
negative charge, outside nucleus
Atom
smallest particle of an element
Each atom contains
proton, electron, neutron
32 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Chapter 8: An Introduction of Metabolism
Catabolic Pathway
Anabolic Pathway
Metabolic pathway
Thermodynamics
Leads to release of energy by breakdown of complex molecules…
Consume energy to build complicated molecules from simpler on…
Begins with a specific molecule, which is then altered in a s…
Study of energy transformations that occur in matter.
Catabolic Pathway
Leads to release of energy by breakdown of complex molecules…
Anabolic Pathway
Consume energy to build complicated molecules from simpler on…
8 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Chapter 14 Quiz- Mendel Heredity
What is blending?
What is Mendel's particulate gene theo…
What is the difference between a chara…
What 3 key things did Mendel's simple…
The idea that genetic material contributed by two parents mix…
parents pass in discrete genes that retain separate identitie…
Character is a heritable feature that varies among individual…
1. Refuted blending (no pale purple flowers)... 2. determined do…
What is blending?
The idea that genetic material contributed by two parents mix…
What is Mendel's particulate gene theo…
parents pass in discrete genes that retain separate identitie…
7 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Lecture 3 - Homeoastisis
What is homeostasis? What is the signi…
Why is homeostasis called a dynamic eq…
In what direction does a variable chan…
Describe these parts of a homeostasis…
- Tendency towards internal balance. ... - Normal amount vs what…
- because its a dynamic change withing range, variable changi…
- in opposite direction of variable, reduces stress... --------/…
Stress/stimulant: produces change in variable... Receptor: detec…
What is homeostasis? What is the signi…
- Tendency towards internal balance. ... - Normal amount vs what…
Why is homeostasis called a dynamic eq…
- because its a dynamic change withing range, variable changi…
67 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Chapter 3 - Pt 2 - The Life of Eukaryotic Cells
cell cycle
interphase
G1... S... G2
G1
a sequence of three stages through which a cell passes betwee…
consists of 3 stages, during which a cell increases in size,…
what are the 3 stages of interphase?
interval of cell growth and activity. most cells are here
cell cycle
a sequence of three stages through which a cell passes betwee…
interphase
consists of 3 stages, during which a cell increases in size,…
7 termscreated on January 16, 2017
26.1 nucleus of RBCs, WBCs, and platelets
RBCs
neutrophils
eosinophils
basophils
no nucleus
multilobed nuc w/ 2-5 or more lobes connected by threads
bi-lobed nuc (occasionally 3 lobes)
nuc is large, varied in shape; generally obscured by large gr…
RBCs
no nucleus
neutrophils
multilobed nuc w/ 2-5 or more lobes connected by threads
33 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology 112: Week 2 Chapter 3 Proteins
Prebiotic Soup
Catalyze
Enzyme
Amino Acids
A hypothetical solution of sugars, amino acids, nitrogenous b…
(verb: catalyze) Acceleration of the rate of a chemical react…
A protein catalyst used by living organisms to speed up and c…
A small organic molecule with a central carbon atom bonded to…
Prebiotic Soup
A hypothetical solution of sugars, amino acids, nitrogenous b…
Catalyze
(verb: catalyze) Acceleration of the rate of a chemical react…
29 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology Chapter 8
What is the chemical formula for photo…
In what organelle does photosynthesis…
What pigment absorbs the light?
What color of light is reflected by ch…
6Co2 + 6H2O ---> C6H12O6 + 6O2
Chloroplast
Chlorophyll
Green
What is the chemical formula for photo…
6Co2 + 6H2O ---> C6H12O6 + 6O2
In what organelle does photosynthesis…
Chloroplast
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biology Chapter 8.3
Lymphatic circulatory system
Lymph
Non- specific defences (cell-meditated…
Phagocytosis
network of glands and vessels that carry lymph throughout the…
interstitial fluid carried throughout the body in the lymphat…
non specific component of the immune system that involves the…
process by which a cell ingests another cell, bacterium, or p…
Lymphatic circulatory system
network of glands and vessels that carry lymph throughout the…
Lymph
interstitial fluid carried throughout the body in the lymphat…
23 termscreated on January 16, 2017
BIO 111_Chapter 1_Objectives
Define Biology:
List and explain the characteristics o…
Describe Theory
Distinguish between types of organisms…
The Scientific study of life
The seven characteristics of life include: responsiveness to…
In biology, cell theory is a scientific theory which describe…
A unicellular organism, also known as a single-celled organis…
Define Biology:
The Scientific study of life
List and explain the characteristics o…
The seven characteristics of life include: responsiveness to…
46 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Exam 1- Blood
Blood is considered what type of tissue?
3 main functions of blood:
Do red blood cells have a nucleus?
White blood cells could collectively b…
connective
transportation... regulation... protection
no
immune
Blood is considered what type of tissue?
connective
3 main functions of blood:
transportation... regulation... protection
15 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Unit 3 engrish
Reliability
Validity
Plagiarism
Annotated biology
Being trustworthy
Being logically sound
Taking someone's ideas and making it your own
List of citation of sources used
Reliability
Being trustworthy
Validity
Being logically sound
29 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Unit 3 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Mitochondria
Chloroplast
Role of Cell Membrane
Diffusion
The powerhouse of the cell, where organic molecules, usually…
A plastid that gives green plants their colour and converts t…
Separates the cell interior from the outside, and controls th…
The natural movement of molecules or ions from a region where…
Mitochondria
The powerhouse of the cell, where organic molecules, usually…
Chloroplast
A plastid that gives green plants their colour and converts t…
34 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Protists (lecture) 1/13 Part 1
Known as the
Science
Biology
Scientific method
"Grab-bag" kingdom
a process, understanding God's creations
natural sciences
Independent project, forming a hypothesis, systemic observati…
Known as the
"Grab-bag" kingdom
Science
a process, understanding God's creations
11 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology 1
Nucleotide consists of...
How many nucleotides are present in DNA?
Which parts are the same in all nucleo…
Base pairs
-Phosphate group... - Nitrogen containing base... - Deoxyribose(Sug…
4
Phosphate group and deoxyribose
Thymine + Adenine... Cytosine + Guanine
Nucleotide consists of...
-Phosphate group... - Nitrogen containing base... - Deoxyribose(Sug…
How many nucleotides are present in DNA?
4
12 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Classification
define taxonomy
why do we classify (4)
what are the 3 domains
define eukarya
the classification of something, especially organisms
- communicate biological knowledge between scientists worldwi…
eukarya, bacteria, archaea,
organisms people are most familiar with (animals, plants, fun…
define taxonomy
the classification of something, especially organisms
why do we classify (4)
- communicate biological knowledge between scientists worldwi…
35 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology Test #5 Study Guide
Who was Mendel?
definition of trait
definition of "true breeding plants"
definition of allele
He was a priest that studied pea plants to learn about geneti…
Character variation.
A way to create more plants through sexual reproduction.
Alternative forms to a gene.
Who was Mendel?
He was a priest that studied pea plants to learn about geneti…
definition of trait
Character variation.
24 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Chapter 2 - BIO 271
cell functions
3 main constituents of cell
lipids in plasma membrane
proteins in plasma membrane
covering, lining, storage, movement, connection, defense, com…
plasma membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus
phospholipids, cholesterol (stabilizes and strengthens), glyc…
integral protiens (embedded within and extend across bilayer)…
cell functions
covering, lining, storage, movement, connection, defense, com…
3 main constituents of cell
plasma membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus
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Biology
Endoderm
Ectoderm
Mesoderm
Gram (+) Bacteria
Endernal organs:... Digestive tract (stomach, intestines)... Offsho…
Attract-o-derm:... Integumentary (skin, hair, teeth)... Nervous (PN…
Means-o-derm:... Kidney... Lymphatic... Circulatory... Musculoskeletal... Go…
Thick cell wall
Endoderm
Endernal organs:... Digestive tract (stomach, intestines)... Offsho…
Ectoderm
Attract-o-derm:... Integumentary (skin, hair, teeth)... Nervous (PN…
93 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology Midterm
Biology means
The seven steps of scientific method are
A hypothesis is __________... It is state…
The subjects i an experiment should al…
The study of life
1. State the problem... 2. State the hypothesis... 3. Design a cont…
An educated guess about what you think will happen... If/then
The same
Biology means
The study of life
The seven steps of scientific method are
1. State the problem... 2. State the hypothesis... 3. Design a cont…
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