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Science 30 - Biology - Chp2
chromosome
gene
deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
genetics
a strand of DNA that contains he instructions for making prot…
a segment of DNA that carries instructions that result in the…
the twisted ladder-shaped molecule that contains the genetic…
the science of gene function and inheritance. (80)
chromosome
a strand of DNA that contains he instructions for making prot…
gene
a segment of DNA that carries instructions that result in the…
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Science 30 - Biology - Chp1
circulatory system or cardiovascular s…
cardiac output
coronary arteries
septum
the system consisting of the heart, blood vessels, and blood…
the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute, which…
the vessels that supply the heart muscle with oxygen-rich blo…
a thick wall of muscle that divides the left and right sides…
circulatory system or cardiovascular s…
the system consisting of the heart, blood vessels, and blood…
cardiac output
the volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute, which…
Science 30: Biology
Heart
Pericardium membrane
Parts of the circulatory system
Double pump
Main organ of circulatory system
Sac that the heart is enclosed in
Heart, vessels, blood
One pump to get oxygen another to pump the blood to the rest…
Heart
Main organ of circulatory system
Pericardium membrane
Sac that the heart is enclosed in
Biology Science 30 : Genetics
A Benefit of ASexual Reproduction is
Fertilization
What factor is influenced by environme…
Part of Cell that carries info about h…
Produces many offspring
Takes place when the Sex cell goes to Zygote
Mass
Chromosome
A Benefit of ASexual Reproduction is
Produces many offspring
Fertilization
Takes place when the Sex cell goes to Zygote
25 terms
Science 30 Biology
Four key functions of the human circul…
Function of Arteries
Function of Veins
Components of an Artery
Transport and deliver oxygen and nutrients to cells in exchan…
To carry blood away from the heart
Carry blood towards the heart
Thick muscularly walled... Has a pulse... No valves... High pressur…
Four key functions of the human circul…
Transport and deliver oxygen and nutrients to cells in exchan…
Function of Arteries
To carry blood away from the heart
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Science 30 - Biology
Multiple Sclerosis
Anemia
Low-Density Lipoprotein
Stroke
Autoimmune Disease.... Affects myelin sheath around nerve cells.…
Affects red blood cells. Caused by low iron levels resuling i…
"Bad Cholesterol". From the body to the liver. Too much cause…
Blood Vessel Disease. Sudden loss of brain function cause by…
Multiple Sclerosis
Autoimmune Disease.... Affects myelin sheath around nerve cells.…
Anemia
Affects red blood cells. Caused by low iron levels resuling i…
Science 30 : Immunity and Genetics : Biology
Non-Communicable diseases
Communicable Diseases
Bacteria (Type of Pathogen)
Viruses (Type of Pathogen)
Cancers , Diabetes , Cardiovascular (Heart / stroke ) and Res…
Can spread directly or indirectly such as Ebola , rabies , me…
Single celled organisms without a Nucleus .
Thread like particles that reproduce by taking over living ce…
Non-Communicable diseases
Cancers , Diabetes , Cardiovascular (Heart / stroke ) and Res…
Communicable Diseases
Can spread directly or indirectly such as Ebola , rabies , me…
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Science 30 - Biology
Circulatory System
Septum
Atria
Ventricle
1) Transport nutrients... 2) Distribute heat... 3) Maintain body fl…
Divides the heart into half
Right: collects DEOXYGENATED blood from BODY... Left: collects O…
Right: collects blood from right atrium... Left: collects blood…
Circulatory System
1) Transport nutrients... 2) Distribute heat... 3) Maintain body fl…
Septum
Divides the heart into half
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Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 30
action potential
all-or-none response
aqueous humor
autonomic nervous system
The movement of depolarization along the nerve membrane; depo…
The property of a nerve to either generate an action potentia…
A transparent fluid layer directly behind the cornea that hel…
Nervous tissue that controls automatic functions.
action potential
The movement of depolarization along the nerve membrane; depo…
all-or-none response
The property of a nerve to either generate an action potentia…
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Biology 30
The Nervous and Endocrine Systems
Somatic Nerves
Automatic Nerves
Central Nervous System
The Nervous and Endocrine SystemsWhich 2 Body Systems coordia…
Control the Skeletal muscle, bones, and skin. Relay informati…
Contain special motor nerves that control the internal organs…
Contains the nerves of the brain and spinal cord.
The Nervous and Endocrine Systems
The Nervous and Endocrine SystemsWhich 2 Body Systems coordia…
Somatic Nerves
Control the Skeletal muscle, bones, and skin. Relay informati…
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Science: Marine Biology 20-30
Draw and label the parts of the alga "…
What is a "holdfast"? How are holdfast…
Which wavelength of visible lights pen…
What is an adaption of brown algae tha…
Stipe, gas bladder, and blade
Holdfasts anchor marine algae to the ocean floor, but the hol…
Red
Gas Bladders
Draw and label the parts of the alga "…
Stipe, gas bladder, and blade
What is a "holdfast"? How are holdfast…
Holdfasts anchor marine algae to the ocean floor, but the hol…
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Science - Biology Definitions 25-30
Non Inheritable Characteristics
Organ
System
Phloem
Characteristics that are not carried on by our genes but are…
A group of tissues working together
A group of organs working together
Tissue that transports food around a plant
Non Inheritable Characteristics
Characteristics that are not carried on by our genes but are…
Organ
A group of tissues working together
Glencoe Science Biology section 30.1
Cerebellum (Cerebelo)
Cerebral Cortex (Corteza cerebral)
Diaphragm (Diafragma)
Gestation (Gestación)
Part of the brain responsible for balance and coordination. (…
Highly folded outer layer of the cerebrum that is responsible…
Sheet of muscle beneath the lungs that separates the mammalia…
Species-specific amount of time during which the young develo…
Cerebellum (Cerebelo)
Part of the brain responsible for balance and coordination. (…
Cerebral Cortex (Corteza cerebral)
Highly folded outer layer of the cerebrum that is responsible…
Biology 30
Endometrium
Corpus Luteum
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
Central Nervous System
the mucus membrane that lines the uterus and increases in thi…
yellowish, gland-like structure that develops from a follicle…
technique in which egg cells are fertilized outside the body.
network of nerves that includes the brain and spinal cord; in…
Endometrium
the mucus membrane that lines the uterus and increases in thi…
Corpus Luteum
yellowish, gland-like structure that develops from a follicle…
Biology 30 Chapter 17
cell cycle
mitosis (M)
cytokinesis
interphase
the sequence of stages through which a cell passes from one c…
a type of cell division in which a daughter cell receives the…
the division of cytoplasm
the time interval between nuclear divisions when a cell incre…
cell cycle
the sequence of stages through which a cell passes from one c…
mitosis (M)
a type of cell division in which a daughter cell receives the…
Biology 30
nutrients
carbohydrates
fats
proteins
substances that are needed by the body for growth, repair and…
compounds made of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen in an approx. 1:2:…
3 fatty acids joined to a glycerol molecule
construction materials for body parts such as muscles, skin ,…
nutrients
substances that are needed by the body for growth, repair and…
carbohydrates
compounds made of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen in an approx. 1:2:…
Biology 30
Chromosome
Autosomes
Sex Chromosomes
homologous chromosomes
when ready to divide chromatin coils up to form thicker stran…
chromosomes # 1 - 22
2 (#23)... males - XY... females - XX
carry same genes, one from mom one from dad.... look alike but N…
Chromosome
when ready to divide chromatin coils up to form thicker stran…
Autosomes
chromosomes # 1 - 22
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Biology 30
abate
abnormal
abscess
acute
To lessen, ease,decrease, or cease; used to note lessen of pain
Pertaining to away from the norm or rule
A localized collection of pus, which may occur in any pert of…
Sudden, sharp, severe; use to describe a disease that has a s…
abate
To lessen, ease,decrease, or cease; used to note lessen of pain
abnormal
Pertaining to away from the norm or rule
Science 30 - Electricity Terms
negatively charged
positively charged
conductor
volt
having more electrons than protons, creating an imbalance.
having fewer electrons than protons, creating an imbalance.
a material in which some of the electrons can move freely, al…
SI unit for electric potential difference
negatively charged
having more electrons than protons, creating an imbalance.
positively charged
having fewer electrons than protons, creating an imbalance.
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Biology 30
Nebula Theory
Carlous Linnaeus
George Louis Leclere
Jean Baptise Lamark
The most widely accepted theory of the origin of life
Developed a classification system we use today
Proposed that species shared ancestors
Believed that changes in a n environment cased organisms beha…
Nebula Theory
The most widely accepted theory of the origin of life
Carlous Linnaeus
Developed a classification system we use today
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Biology Science Skills Quiz Tuesday 8/30
What should be worn at all times durin…
What should you do if you break glassw…
Which way should you point a test tube…
What does test tube do?
safety goggle
Tell teacher immediately
Away from yourself and others
Holds liquids
What should be worn at all times durin…
safety goggle
What should you do if you break glassw…
Tell teacher immediately
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Science 30 - Energy - Chp1
energy
per capita
gross domestic product (GDP)
energy intensity
the capacity to do work (470)
for each person (471)
the total market value of all goods and services produced by…
the ratio of energy input (in joules) to economic output (in…
energy
the capacity to do work (470)
per capita
for each person (471)
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Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 30 Vocab.
action potential
all-or-none response
aqueous humor
autonomic nervous system
The movement of depolarization along the nerve membrane; depo…
The property of a nerve to either generate an action potentia…
A transparent fluid layer directly behind the cornea that hel…
Nervous tissue that controls automatic functions.
action potential
The movement of depolarization along the nerve membrane; depo…
all-or-none response
The property of a nerve to either generate an action potentia…
Biology 30 - Unit 2: Genetics
Heredity
Father of Genetics
Mendelian Genetics
Mendel's Laws of Heredity
The passing of traits from parents to their offspring.
Gregor Mendel (1822-1884) explained the mechanism of gene inh…
He (Mendel) transferred the pollen (Male-gamete) , thus contr…
(1) Pairs- His factors (Genes) occurs in pairs; one factor fr…
Heredity
The passing of traits from parents to their offspring.
Father of Genetics
Gregor Mendel (1822-1884) explained the mechanism of gene inh…
17 terms
Biology 30
Name the cells of the nervous system:
Neurons
Glial Cells
Cell body
Neurons & Glial cells
Specialized nerve cells that can conduct electrochemical impu…
• important for the support of neurons... •helps hold neurons cl…
• contains neuroplasm... • shape & location of cell body can var…
Name the cells of the nervous system:
Neurons & Glial cells
Neurons
Specialized nerve cells that can conduct electrochemical impu…
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biology 30
describe that first life form on earth?
biology
list and briefly explain the 6 charact…
biogenesis
the first life on earth was likely a single cell cyanobacteri…
the study of living things
1. cells-all living things are composed of cells. cells are v…
it is a principle which states that all living things come fr…
describe that first life form on earth?
the first life on earth was likely a single cell cyanobacteri…
biology
the study of living things
14 terms
biology 30
Receptacle
Sepal
Petal
Stamen
the enlarged tip of a flower stalk to which the flower is att…
in a flower, one of the outermost rings of modified leaves th…
one of the usually brightly colored, leaf-shaped parts that m…
the male reproductive structure of a flower that produces pol…
Receptacle
the enlarged tip of a flower stalk to which the flower is att…
Sepal
in a flower, one of the outermost rings of modified leaves th…
Biology 30
epithelial tissue
connective tissue
nervous tissue
muscle tissue
the tissue that lines the interior and exterior body surfaces…
tissue that provides support for the body and connects its pa…
type of tissue that transmits nerves impulses throughout the…
tissue that makes body movement possible
epithelial tissue
the tissue that lines the interior and exterior body surfaces…
connective tissue
tissue that provides support for the body and connects its pa…
30 biology
genetics
gene
allele
P generation
The scientific study of heredity
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a specific tr…
An alternative form of a gene.
Parental generation, the first two individuals that mate in a…
genetics
The scientific study of heredity
gene
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a specific tr…
53 terms
Biology 30
photosynthesis
cellular respiration
organic cells
Carbohydrates
6co2+ 6h2o -> c6h12o6+ 6h2o
6co2 + 12h2o -> c6h12o6 + 6h2o
carbohydrates, protein, lipids, nucleic acid
simple sugars - starch, cellulose, glycogen
photosynthesis
6co2+ 6h2o -> c6h12o6+ 6h2o
cellular respiration
6co2 + 12h2o -> c6h12o6 + 6h2o
Biology #30
Semi
Som
Sperm
Sub
Half (semilunar valve)
Body (chromosome)
Seed (gymnosperm)
Below, under (subcutaneous layer)
Semi
Half (semilunar valve)
Som
Body (chromosome)
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BIOLOGY 30: Endocrine Systeme
Pituitary Disorders
Acromegaly
Dwarfism
Gigantism
Acromegaly... Dwarfism ... Gigantism ... Diabetes Insipidus
Bones thicken and soft tissue increases in size ... Hypersecreti…
Deficiency of hGH
Excess hGH
Pituitary Disorders
Acromegaly... Dwarfism ... Gigantism ... Diabetes Insipidus
Acromegaly
Bones thicken and soft tissue increases in size ... Hypersecreti…
43 terms
Science 30 - Physics - Chp1
negatively charged
positively charged
coulomb
conductor
having more electrons than protons, creating an imbalance. (3…
having fewer electrons than protons, creating an imbalance. (…
an SI unit for charge; it is equal to the transfer of 6.25x10…
a material in which some of the electrons can move freely, al…
negatively charged
having more electrons than protons, creating an imbalance. (3…
positively charged
having fewer electrons than protons, creating an imbalance. (…
Biology 30-Unit 1: DNA
Mitosis
Interphase
Prophase
Spindle Fibres
Cell Division where each daughter cell formed is identical to…
The stage between the actual cell division. This is when cell…
The Chromatin shortens + thickens and becomes visible under t…
protein structure that guides chromosomes during cell Divison .
Mitosis
Cell Division where each daughter cell formed is identical to…
Interphase
The stage between the actual cell division. This is when cell…
Biology 30
In a secondary oocyte, meiosis is arre…
The tightly coiled structure (structur…
Fertilization of a secondary oocyte no…
A tubal ligation is a surgical procedu…
fertilization occurs.
seminiferous tubules.
fallopian tube.
Oocytes cannot move to the uterus.
In a secondary oocyte, meiosis is arre…
fertilization occurs.
The tightly coiled structure (structur…
seminiferous tubules.
Biology 30 - Unit 3 : Populations
Population
Species
Community
Habitat
A Group of individuals of the SAME species found in the SAME…
A Group of individuals that can breed together and have viabl…
A group of populations found in the SAME area at the SAME time.
The area where organisms live.
Population
A Group of individuals of the SAME species found in the SAME…
Species
A Group of individuals that can breed together and have viabl…
36 terms
Biology 30.3-30.4
Mechanical digestion
Chemical digestion
Amylase
Esophagus
_____ is the physical breakdown of large pieces of food into…
During _____, enzymes break down food into molecules the body…
Saliva contains _____, an enzyme that breaks down starches in…
The tube leading from the pharynx to the stomach is called th…
Mechanical digestion
_____ is the physical breakdown of large pieces of food into…
Chemical digestion
During _____, enzymes break down food into molecules the body…
17 terms
Science 30 - Energy - Chp2
sustainable
non-sustainable
sustainable development
ecological sustainability
CAPABLE of being maintained at length without interruption, w…
INCAPABLE of being maintained at length due to interruption,…
the development of industrial and natural resources that meet…
functioning in such a way as to not adversely affect air, wat…
sustainable
CAPABLE of being maintained at length without interruption, w…
non-sustainable
INCAPABLE of being maintained at length due to interruption,…
39 terms
Biology 30 - The Endocrine System
Releasing Hormones
FSH
LH
ACTH
Produced by the hypothalamus. Causes anterior pituitary gland…
Produced by the anterior pituitary gland. Stimulates developm…
Produced by the anterior pituitary gland. Stimulates release…
Produced by the anterior pituitary gland. Stimulates adrenal…
Releasing Hormones
Produced by the hypothalamus. Causes anterior pituitary gland…
FSH
Produced by the anterior pituitary gland. Stimulates developm…
53 terms
Science 30 - Physics - Chp2
electromagnetic radiation (EMR)
transverse wave
cycle
wavelength
a wave that consists of a changing electric field and a chang…
a wave in which the vibrations are perpendicular to the direc…
one complete vibration of a wave. (416)
the distance from a point on one wave to the corresponding po…
electromagnetic radiation (EMR)
a wave that consists of a changing electric field and a chang…
transverse wave
a wave in which the vibrations are perpendicular to the direc…
Science 30
chromosome
deoxyribonucleic acid
genetics
karyotype
A threadlike, gene-carrying structure found in the nucleus. E…
(DNA) nucleic acid that contains the sugar deoxyribose
The study of heredity
A display of the chromosome pairs of a cell arranged by size…
chromosome
A threadlike, gene-carrying structure found in the nucleus. E…
deoxyribonucleic acid
(DNA) nucleic acid that contains the sugar deoxyribose
Biology 30--Unit 1
Asexual Division (MITOSIS)
Sexual Division (MEIOSIS)
Polyploidy
Centriole
*Occurs in the body cells (SOMATIC) ... *Produces DIPLOID cells…
*Occurs in the gonads (ovaries and testes) ... *Produces HAPLOID…
More than tow pairs of homologous chromosomes.
Found at the poles of a chromosome.
Asexual Division (MITOSIS)
*Occurs in the body cells (SOMATIC) ... *Produces DIPLOID cells…
Sexual Division (MEIOSIS)
*Occurs in the gonads (ovaries and testes) ... *Produces HAPLOID…
Science 30
Replication
Amino acid
DNA triplet code
Sex linked inheritance
Copying process by which a cell duplicates its DNA
Building blocks of proteins
Three bases in DNA which code for 1 amino acid.
Inheritance that may result from a mutant gene located on eit…
Replication
Copying process by which a cell duplicates its DNA
Amino acid
Building blocks of proteins
Biology 30: Unit 1
The 3 Carbohydrates
Monosaccharides
Elements present in all carbs
The 3 most familiar monosaccharides
- monosaccharide... - polysaccharide... - disaccharide
- The building blocks of Carbs
- oxygen ... - carbon... - hydrogen
- glucose... - fructose... - galactose
The 3 Carbohydrates
- monosaccharide... - polysaccharide... - disaccharide
Monosaccharides
- The building blocks of Carbs
Biology 30
Chloroplasts
Chlorophyll
Thylakoids
Grana
A plastid that contains chlorophyll and which photosynthesis…
A green pigment, present in all plants, responsible for the a…
Flattened sacs inside a chloroplast, bounded by pigmented mem…
The stacks of thylakoids embedded in the stroma of a chloropl…
Chloroplasts
A plastid that contains chlorophyll and which photosynthesis…
Chlorophyll
A green pigment, present in all plants, responsible for the a…
30 terms
Biology 30
Homeostasis
Central nervous system
Neurons
Glial cells
Relative stability within the body
Integrates and processes information sent by nerves
Basic structural and functional units of the nervous system
Nourish the neurons, remove their wastes, and defend against…
Homeostasis
Relative stability within the body
Central nervous system
Integrates and processes information sent by nerves
50 terms
Biology 30
Bile is stored in the
Chemical and mechanical
Small intestine
Diffusion and active transport
Gall bladder
The gall bladder carries out this digestion
Most digestion and absorption takes place here
Absorption into cells occur by
Bile is stored in the
Gall bladder
Chemical and mechanical
The gall bladder carries out this digestion
Biology 30
centriole/centrosomes
centromere
chromatin
chromosomes
used to make spindle in animal cells
center region of chromosome
DNA form (most of life) long and stretched (interphase)
DNA formed (coiled chromatin)
centriole/centrosomes
used to make spindle in animal cells
centromere
center region of chromosome
40 terms
Biology 30 - Human Development
zygote
cleavage
blastocyst
zona pellucida
A one-celled organism formed by the union of a sperm and an e…
equal divisions of the cells of the zygote without any increa…
an early stage of embryo development
Inner layer of cells surrounding the oocyte, secreted by foll…
zygote
A one-celled organism formed by the union of a sperm and an e…
cleavage
equal divisions of the cells of the zygote without any increa…
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Biology 30-Nervous System
Sensory Neuron
Inter neuron
Motor Neuron
Central Nervous System
Carries messages from the body to the Central Nervous System
Carries messages from the sensory neuron to the motor neuron
Carries the message from the interneuron to the muscle of the…
The brain and the spinal cord
Sensory Neuron
Carries messages from the body to the Central Nervous System
Inter neuron
Carries messages from the sensory neuron to the motor neuron
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