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Biology Chapter 3 Study Guide
List the parts of the cell theory
What do eukaryotic cells contain that…
List the four things all cells have in…
Define organelle
1) all organisms are made of cells... 2) all existing cells are…
nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles
cell membrane, cytoplasm, ribosomes, and DNA
structures specialized to perform distinct processes within a…
List the parts of the cell theory
1) all organisms are made of cells... 2) all existing cells are…
What do eukaryotic cells contain that…
nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles
7 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology chapter 7.1
cell
3 principals of cell theory
plasma membrane
organelle
the basic structural and functional unit of all life
1) all organisms are made of one or more cells... 2) cells are b…
a boundary that all cells have that controls what enters and…
specialized structures in cells that have specific jobs or fu…
cell
the basic structural and functional unit of all life
3 principals of cell theory
1) all organisms are made of one or more cells... 2) cells are b…
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
virus
virus
virus
bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
virus
virus
virus
bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Virus
Virus
Virus
Bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
Virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
Virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
virus
virus
virus
bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
virus
virus
virus
bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
virus
virus
virus
bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
virus
35 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology Honors Sugars and its break downs
Cohesion
Adhesion
Solution
Giant Molecules
Bonding to itself
Bonding to another
Chemical mixture of solute and solvent
Polymers
Cohesion
Bonding to itself
Adhesion
Bonding to another
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
virus
virus
virus
bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
virus
179 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology Midterm Review
What type of atom forms when an atom l…
The energy needed to get a chemical re…
Which of the following makes up a mole…
Which of the following is NOT a monomer
positive
activation energy
two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen
a protein
What type of atom forms when an atom l…
positive
The energy needed to get a chemical re…
activation energy
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
virus
virus
virus
bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Virus
Virus
Virus
Bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
Virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
Virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Virus
virus
virus
bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
Virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Virus
Virus
Virus
Virus
What type of microorganism is measles?
Virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
Virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Virus
Virus
Virus
Bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
Virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
Virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Virus
Virus
Virus
Bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
Virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
Virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
A virus
A virus
A virus
Bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
A virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
A virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Virus
Virus
Virus
Bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
Virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
Virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Virus
Virus
Virus
Bacteria
What type of microorganism is measles?
Virus
What type of microorganism is HIV?
Virus
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA GCSE Biology 9-1 (2016) Unit 3 Infection and Response - Communicable Disease [questions only]
What type of microorganism is measles?
What type of microorganism is HIV?
What type of microorganism is tobacco…
What type of microorganism is salmonel…
Measles is a virus.
HIV is a virus.
TMV is a virus
Salmonella is bacteria.
What type of microorganism is measles?
Measles is a virus.
What type of microorganism is HIV?
HIV is a virus.
13 termscreated on December 9, 2016
AQA AS Biology Unit 3 (4a) Enzymes & DNA
Gene
Purine
Deoxyribose
Cytosine
A small region of DNA which codes for a particular protein.
A type of base which includes the bases Adenine and Guanine.
A sugar which is present in the nucleotides of DNA
A Pyrimidine base which contains Nitrogen atoms in its struct…
Gene
A small region of DNA which codes for a particular protein.
Purine
A type of base which includes the bases Adenine and Guanine.
8 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology Chapter 3
Important supple of energy for metabol…
Essential for the process of of cellul…
Given off as a waste product in cellul…
How gas exchange happens across a memb…
Cellular respiration
Oxygen
Carbon dioxide
Diffusion
Important supple of energy for metabol…
Cellular respiration
Essential for the process of of cellul…
Oxygen
19 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology DNA
Made the first working model of DNA
Franklins
double helix
antiparallel nitrogenous bases with su…
What did Watson and Crick do?
Who ideas did watson and crick take from
What was Watson and cricks model called
what did the double helix consist of
Made the first working model of DNA
What did Watson and Crick do?
Franklins
Who ideas did watson and crick take from
33 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology Final Review
DNA
store and transmit genetic information
oxyribose or deoxyribose
double helix
Each organism has a unique combination of characteristics enc…
Primary function of DNA
What does the pentagon represent
The structure of DNA is
DNA
Each organism has a unique combination of characteristics enc…
store and transmit genetic information
Primary function of DNA
17 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Chapter 3 Biology Vocabulary
Organic compounds
Isomers
Hydrocarbons
Functional gropus
Carbon-based molecules
Compounds with the same formula but different structural arra…
Compounds composed of any carbon and hydrogen
Important chemical groups that affect a molecules' function b…
Organic compounds
Carbon-based molecules
Isomers
Compounds with the same formula but different structural arra…
24 termscreated on December 9, 2016
BIOLOGY BIOCHEM
what is an element?
what is an atom?
what are the three sub-atomic particle…
how do you calculate the number of pro…
...
...
protons neutrons electrons
protons= atomic number... electrons= atomic number... neutrons= ato…
what is an element?
...
what is an atom?
...
117 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology - Units 1, 2, & 3
vascular plants
nonvascular plants
rhizome
frond
plants that have structures for transporting water
plants that do not have well-developed structures for transpo…
(RY-zohm) the underground stem of a fern
the leaf of a fern
vascular plants
plants that have structures for transporting water
nonvascular plants
plants that do not have well-developed structures for transpo…
38 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology
All the deer living on the mountain" b…
Biomes are ecosystems that share the s…
That owl that lives on the mountain" b…
Which of these is most likely to serve…
A population
Climate
An organism
Bacteria
All the deer living on the mountain" b…
A population
Biomes are ecosystems that share the s…
Climate
14 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology unit 5 part 3
What are the three types of musceles?
Skeletal
Smooth
Cardiac
Skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
Direct contact with bones and causes voluntary movement
Makes up internal organs, unstriated, and causes involuntary…
Heart muscles; strained and involuntary
What are the three types of musceles?
Skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
Skeletal
Direct contact with bones and causes voluntary movement
6 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology 6.3
Biodiversity
Ecosystem diversity
Species diversity
Genetic diversity
The total of the variety of organisms in the biosphere; also…
Variety of habitats, communities, and ecological processes in…
Number of different species that makes up a particular area
Sum total of all the different forms of genetic information c…
Biodiversity
The total of the variety of organisms in the biosphere; also…
Ecosystem diversity
Variety of habitats, communities, and ecological processes in…
16 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Gene Expression = Transcription and Translation (Protein Synthesis)
amino acid
gene
polypeptide
genetic code
the building blocks of proteins
a sequence of nucleotides that code for a specific trade; res…
a specifically sequence chain of amino acids; several polypep…
the nucleotide code of all the genes in an organism
amino acid
the building blocks of proteins
gene
a sequence of nucleotides that code for a specific trade; res…
50 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology 1610 Dr W Test 3 with answer
S Phase
Kinetochore
True
46
DNA is duplicated during the ___________
During mitosis/meiosis, the spindle fibers are attached to th…
When a plant cell divides,it forms a "cell plate" as opposed…
How many chromosomes does a human somatic cell have?
S Phase
DNA is duplicated during the ___________
Kinetochore
During mitosis/meiosis, the spindle fibers are attached to th…
78 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Anthropology 1000 exam 3
sexual dimorphism
gender role
gender stratification
gender norms
refers to the differences in male and female biology besides…
are the tasks and activities a culture assigns by gender
describes an unequal distribution of rewards (socially valued…
differ radically in time and space, whereas the physical char…
sexual dimorphism
refers to the differences in male and female biology besides…
gender role
are the tasks and activities a culture assigns by gender
22 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
How does plants obtain energy?
ATP
AMP
ADP
They capture and store energy in sunlight
Adenosine Triphosphate ... Energy is obtained from this when it'…
Adenosine Monophosphate... Only one phosphate group attached ... Li…
Adenosine Diphosphate ... Two phosphate groups ... More energy
How does plants obtain energy?
They capture and store energy in sunlight
ATP
Adenosine Triphosphate ... Energy is obtained from this when it'…
91 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Cells: The Basic Units of Life, Organelles 7.2 Bio
Who was the first person to observe an…
Who states that all PLANTS are compose…
Who states all ANIMALS are composed of…
Who states that all cells come from ex…
Robert Hooke
Matthias Schleiden
Theodore Schwann
Rudolph Virchow
Who was the first person to observe an…
Robert Hooke
Who states that all PLANTS are compose…
Matthias Schleiden
14 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology 7.3
Passive Transport
Diffusion
Facilitated Diffusion
Osmosis
The movement of materials across the cell membrane without us…
When particles move from an area of high concentration to low…
Passive transport of molecules through protein channels
Facilitated diffusion of water in and out of the cell
Passive Transport
The movement of materials across the cell membrane without us…
Diffusion
When particles move from an area of high concentration to low…
27 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology ch 10
Molecular biology
Bacteriophages
Nucleotides
Polynucleotides
The study of heredity at a molecular level
Bacteria eaters
One part of the DNA strand
One side of the DNA strand
Molecular biology
The study of heredity at a molecular level
Bacteriophages
Bacteria eaters
13 termscreated on December 9, 2016
biology study guide
3 parts of the cell theory
2 ways eukaryotic and pro are similar
3 ways pro and eukaryotic are different
active transport
-all know living things are made up of one kr more cells... -all…
both have DNA and ribosomes
pro-simpler and smaller, has no nucleus, normally unicellular
moves from low to high & needs energy
3 parts of the cell theory
-all know living things are made up of one kr more cells... -all…
2 ways eukaryotic and pro are similar
both have DNA and ribosomes
12 termscreated on December 9, 2016
BIOLOGY FINAL 3-4
define limiting factors, provide an ex…
know characteristics of the various bi…
define succession. distinguish between…
what are pioneer species? what is a cl…
...
...
...
...
define limiting factors, provide an ex…
...
know characteristics of the various bi…
...
16 termscreated on December 9, 2016
B2 Topic 1 Cells and Specialised Cells
ribosome
mitochondria
cytoplasm
nucleus
These make proteins
Aerobic respiration occurs here
Chemical reactions occur here
This controls the activity of the cell and contains DNA
ribosome
These make proteins
mitochondria
Aerobic respiration occurs here
9 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Unit 9
Vocation
3 catergories
Ways amateur athletes can be supported…
Accredited courses
A job that someone is particularly qualified or suited to.
Professional, semiprofessional, amateur
Sponsorship deals, expenses payments, scholarships, occupatio…
Recognised standards of performance that can lead to further…
Vocation
A job that someone is particularly qualified or suited to.
3 catergories
Professional, semiprofessional, amateur
20 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology Photosynthesis and Enzyme Quiz
What is hydrolysis?
What is Dehydration Synthesis?
Where does the Calvin cycle occur?
What do the guard cells regulate?
Hydrolysis is when water molecules are added to a chemical re…
Dehydration synthesis is when water molecules are lost during…
In the stroma of the cytoplasm
The opening and the closing of the stoma.
What is hydrolysis?
Hydrolysis is when water molecules are added to a chemical re…
What is Dehydration Synthesis?
Dehydration synthesis is when water molecules are lost during…
40 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Molecular Biology
DNA and RNA consist of polymers called…
DNA and RNA consist of monomers called…
Nitrogenous bases of DNA?
Nitrogenous bases of RNA?
Polynucleotide
Nucleotides
4; Adenine (A), Cytosine (C), Thymine (T), Guanine (G)
A,C, Uracil, and Guanine
DNA and RNA consist of polymers called…
Polynucleotide
DNA and RNA consist of monomers called…
Nucleotides
26 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Exam 1-3 Short Answer/Bonus Questions
How do Hydrogen bonds contribute to th…
How does water dissolve ionic bonded m…
Draw 2 AA's joined together.
Explain the ACTIVE SITE of an enzyme.
* water is universal solvent; many compounds are water solubl…
H2O dissolves these molecules by surrounding the separate ion…
H2NCHRCO--NHCHRCOOH
the active site of an enzyme is the part where work is actual…
How do Hydrogen bonds contribute to th…
* water is universal solvent; many compounds are water solubl…
How does water dissolve ionic bonded m…
H2O dissolves these molecules by surrounding the separate ion…
50 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Biology Unit 3 Test (Unit 2)
nucleus
cell wall
cell membrane
free ribosomes
stores DNA; controls the rest of the cell (only in eukaryotic…
prevents plant cells from bursting when full of water; provid…
flexible barrier that selects what can enter and exit the cel…
make proteins that will stay within the cell; not attached to…
nucleus
stores DNA; controls the rest of the cell (only in eukaryotic…
cell wall
prevents plant cells from bursting when full of water; provid…
62 termscreated on December 9, 2016
WJEC A2 Biology - Respiration and ATP
What does ATP stand for?
Where is ATP used?
How much energy is released when ATP i…
What type of reaction is the conversio…
Adenosine Triphosphate
In muscle contraction, for secretion of hormones, Active Tran…
30.6kJ per mol
Exergonic hydrolysis
What does ATP stand for?
Adenosine Triphosphate
Where is ATP used?
In muscle contraction, for secretion of hormones, Active Tran…
134 termscreated on December 9, 2016
BIO 320: OLD MATERIAL Pt 2
end diastolic volume
cardioinhibitory center
epinephrine, neural regulation
end diastolic volume
controls stroke volume under normal conditions
controls heart rate under normal conditions
controls stroke volume under stressful conditions
increases when venous return increases
end diastolic volume
controls stroke volume under normal conditions
cardioinhibitory center
controls heart rate under normal conditions
33 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Gene Expression
DNA Methylation
Most gene expression is controlled at…
Control Elements List
Transcription factors
Addition of methyl, deactivates unnecessary genes and stops D…
transcription
transcription factors... enhancers... proximal control elements... act…
proteins that bind to DNA to help activate or deactivate tran…
DNA Methylation
Addition of methyl, deactivates unnecessary genes and stops D…
Most gene expression is controlled at…
transcription
37 termscreated on December 9, 2016
Exam 2: Lab 9 Pig Dissection - Skin & Digestive
4 types of mammal tissues
epithelial
types of epithelial
examples of organs with epithelial
epithelium (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm)... connective (mesoder…
prevents dehydration, secretes sweat/oil, regulates temp
simple squamous... simple cuboidal... simple columnar... stratified sq…
digestive tract, skin, lungs, urethra
4 types of mammal tissues
epithelium (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm)... connective (mesoder…
epithelial
prevents dehydration, secretes sweat/oil, regulates temp
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