Study sets matching "biology 92"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "biology 92"

Biology #82-92
Cilli
Psuedopods
Flagella
Vascular Tissue
locomotion... looks like hairs that allow the cell to move
locomotion... false feet that help cell move
locomotion ... looks like a tail that helps cell move
allow substances to be carried farther and faster through a p…
Cilli
locomotion... looks like hairs that allow the cell to move
Psuedopods
locomotion... false feet that help cell move
11 terms
biology 82-92
cilia
psuedopods
flagella
vascular tissue
locomotion... looks like hairs that allow the cell to move
false feet that help cell move
looks like a tail that helps cell move
allow substances to be carried farther and faster through a p…
cilia
locomotion... looks like hairs that allow the cell to move
psuedopods
false feet that help cell move
12 terms
Biology 92 Questions
Ribosome
Active Transport
Facilitated Diffusion
Osmosis
Makes Protein
Low Concentration to high concentration
High concentration to low concentration
a process by which molecules of a solvent tend to pass throug…
Ribosome
Makes Protein
Active Transport
Low Concentration to high concentration
Biology Vocabulary (pg. 92-96)
Prokaryotic
Eukaryotic
Unicellular
Multicellular
cells without nucleus
cells with nucleus
single cell
many cell
Prokaryotic
cells without nucleus
Eukaryotic
cells with nucleus
20 terms
Biologie, Geschlecht S.92
Durch was wird die Pupertät ausgelöst?
Was bewirken Hormone?
Von was werden Entwicklungsvorgänge ge…
Was macht das Sexualzentrum im Zwische…
Hormone
zahlreiche Entwicklungsvorgänge
vom Sexualzentrum im Zwischengehirn
beeinflusst durch die Hypophyse die Keimdrüsen, wo die Geschl…
Durch was wird die Pupertät ausgelöst?
Hormone
Was bewirken Hormone?
zahlreiche Entwicklungsvorgänge
87 terms
Biology 105 - Vocab Term Slides 72-92
physio-
pilo-
pino-
-plasia
nature, function of... *physiology (study of biological function)
hair... *piloeroector muscle (smooth muscles associated with hair)
drink... *pinocytosis (cell drinking)
growth, formation... *hyperplasia (excessive growth)
physio-
nature, function of... *physiology (study of biological function)
pilo-
hair... *piloeroector muscle (smooth muscles associated with hair)
11 terms
Biology Terms Chapter 9.1-.92
ATP energy
ADP
Photosynthesis
Light Dependent
Storing molecule in cells composed of and adenosine molecule,…
Molecule formed from the breaking off of a phosphate group fo…
The process plants use to trap the sun's energy and build car…
Convert light energy into chemical energy
ATP energy
Storing molecule in cells composed of and adenosine molecule,…
ADP
Molecule formed from the breaking off of a phosphate group fo…
88 terms
Med Terms 73-92 Exam 5 Biology
plasty
plant/o
platy
plegia
surgical repair
sole of foot
flat, side
paralyze
plasty
surgical repair
plant/o
sole of foot
88 terms
Med Terms 73-92 Exam 5 Biology
plasty
plant/o
platy
plegia
surgical repair
sole of foot
flat, side
paralyze
plasty
surgical repair
plant/o
sole of foot
14 terms
Biology - Testing Your Knowledge (pg. 92)
Environmental stimuli are detected by…
Responses to nerve impulses are brough…
The first nerve cell in a reflex arc i…
The final nerve cell in a reflex arc i…
Receptors
Effectors
Sensory
Motor
Environmental stimuli are detected by…
Receptors
Responses to nerve impulses are brough…
Effectors
218 terms
functional biology 1330 final review for Chandler (92% on Final)
What are the characteristics of living…
What are the characteristics of cells?
What are the two components of a scien…
They use ENERGY to do work.... They are made up of CELLS... They ca…
The STRUCTURE of a cell is closely correlated with its FUNCTI…
Pattern component (based on observation)... Process component (b…
What are the characteristics of living…
They use ENERGY to do work.... They are made up of CELLS... They ca…
What are the characteristics of cells?
The STRUCTURE of a cell is closely correlated with its FUNCTI…
functional biology 1330 final review for Chandler (92% on Final)
What are the characteristics of living…
What are the characteristics of cells?
What are the two components of a scien…
Two main types of cells
They use ENERGY to do work.... They are made up of CELLS... They ca…
The STRUCTURE of a cell is closely correlated with its FUNCTI…
Pattern component (based on observation)... Process component (b…
Eukaryotic... Prokaryotic
What are the characteristics of living…
They use ENERGY to do work.... They are made up of CELLS... They ca…
What are the characteristics of cells?
The STRUCTURE of a cell is closely correlated with its FUNCTI…
10 terms
Biology: Basics of Chemistry-Elements #47,50,53,74,78-80,82,86,92
47
50
53
74
Name:Silver... Atomic Symbol:Ag
Name:Tin... Atomic Symbol:Sn
Name:Iodine... Atomic Symbol:I
Name:Tungsten... Atomic Symbol:W
47
Name:Silver... Atomic Symbol:Ag
50
Name:Tin... Atomic Symbol:Sn
10 terms
Biology: Basics of Chemistry- Elements #47,50,53,74,78-80,82,86, and 92 Names and Atomic Symbols
Silver
Tin
Iodine
Tungsten
Atomic Symbol:Ag
Atomic Symbol:Sn
Atomic Symbol:I
Atomic Symbol:W
Silver
Atomic Symbol:Ag
Tin
Atomic Symbol:Sn
40 terms
Biology:Basics Of Chemistry-Elements #1-20, 21-30, 47, 50, 53, 74, 78-80, 82, 86, and 92
Hydrogen
Helium
Lithium
Beryllium
Atomic Symbol:H
Atomic Symbol:He
Atomic Symbol:Li
Atomic Symbol:Be
Hydrogen
Atomic Symbol:H
Helium
Atomic Symbol:He
22 terms
Honors Biology - Chapter 3.1,4.1 & 5.1- Community Ecology, Population Ecology & Biodiversity (pages 60-64, 92-99, & 116-121 in Zebra book)
carrying capacity
density-dependent variable
density-independent variable
dispersion
largest number of individuals in a species that an environmen…
environmental factor, such as predation, disease, and competi…
environmental factor, such as weather, a volcanic disruption,…
the pattern of spacing of a population in its environment
carrying capacity
largest number of individuals in a species that an environmen…
density-dependent variable
environmental factor, such as predation, disease, and competi…
24 terms
BIOL2P92 Terms
Phylogenetic tree
Monophyletic group
Paraphyletic group
Polyphyletic group
traces evolutionary lineages
includes the most recent ancestor of the group & all descenda…
most recent common ancestor of all members of a group but NOT…
does not include the most common recent ancestor of all membe…
Phylogenetic tree
traces evolutionary lineages
Monophyletic group
includes the most recent ancestor of the group & all descenda…
10 terms
Biology: Mitosis
Interphase
Prophase 1
Metaphase 1
Anaphase 1
-Parent cell begins with a full set of chromosomes... -Duplicate…
-Nuclear membrane begins to dissolve... -Homologous chromosomes…
-Paired homologous chromosomes line up along the metaphase pl…
-Each pair of homologous chromosomes separates and are pulled…
Interphase
-Parent cell begins with a full set of chromosomes... -Duplicate…
Prophase 1
-Nuclear membrane begins to dissolve... -Homologous chromosomes…
10 terms
Biology: Mitosis
Interphase
Prophase 1
Metaphase 1
Anaphase 1
-Parent cell begins with a full set of chromosomes... -Duplicate…
-Nuclear membrane begins to dissolve... -Homologous chromosomes…
-Paired homologous chromosomes line up along the metaphase pl…
-Each pair of homologous chromosomes separates and are pulled…
Interphase
-Parent cell begins with a full set of chromosomes... -Duplicate…
Prophase 1
-Nuclear membrane begins to dissolve... -Homologous chromosomes…
43 terms
Biol 2P92- Arthropoda
what makes arthropoda so successful?
what is the arthropod body plan?
what makes up the exoskeleton?
what is the exoskeleton made of?
Segmentation (Metamerisation), Legs ("Joined feet"), Exoskele…
Body regions divided ... into different segments, There is a ten…
Endocuticle, Exocuticle, Epicuticle
Insoluble in H20, acids and bases, Can be calcified
what makes arthropoda so successful?
Segmentation (Metamerisation), Legs ("Joined feet"), Exoskele…
what is the arthropod body plan?
Body regions divided ... into different segments, There is a ten…
74 terms
Biol 2P92- Mollusca
what are key characteristics of Mollus…
what is adaptive radiation?
how many classes are are in Mollusca?
what does the head-foot do?
soft body and shell (absent in some)
Evolutionary change resulting in the formation ... of new charac…
8
feeding, sensory and locomotion
what are key characteristics of Mollus…
soft body and shell (absent in some)
what is adaptive radiation?
Evolutionary change resulting in the formation ... of new charac…
34 terms
Biol 2P92- Annelida
what is metamerism?
what are septa?
how is the gut different in annelids c…
what is true segmentation?
(segmentation), Serially repeated similar units along the A-P…
a mesodermal lining that form the transverse... segments
The gut is non-segmented
individual compartments that can be controlled... individually,…
what is metamerism?
(segmentation), Serially repeated similar units along the A-P…
what are septa?
a mesodermal lining that form the transverse... segments
33 terms
Biol 2P92- Nematodes
what are characteristics of nematoda?
what are the basic discoveries in nema…
what type of symmetry do nematoda have?
how do nematodes develop?
Round and smooth, Resistent cuticle, Tapered at both ends, No…
Gene function, Genes encoding proteins ... essential for program…
Bilateral symmetry
Triploblastic, Blastopore still becomes mouth (protosomes), A…
what are characteristics of nematoda?
Round and smooth, Resistent cuticle, Tapered at both ends, No…
what are the basic discoveries in nema…
Gene function, Genes encoding proteins ... essential for program…
79 terms
Biol 2P92- Reptiles
what features support an actively terr…
how does thicker skin support an activ…
how does rib ventilation of lungs supp…
how does amniotic egg support an activ…
thicker skin, rib ventilation of lungs and amniotic egg
more keratinized, less permeable to water, limits gas exchang…
draw air into lungs (aspiration) by expanding thoracic cavity…
greater success in terrestrial habitats (not tied to water),…
what features support an actively terr…
thicker skin, rib ventilation of lungs and amniotic egg
how does thicker skin support an activ…
more keratinized, less permeable to water, limits gas exchang…
60 terms
Biol 2P92- Echinodermata
what are the main developmental charac…
how many members are their in echinode…
what are the phyla that make up echino…
what is the difference between protost…
deuterostome mode of development, all triploblastic and all c…
3 phyla
Echinodermata & Hemichordata ... (clade Ambulacraria), Chordata
protostomes the blastopore becomes mouth, anus forms secondar…
what are the main developmental charac…
deuterostome mode of development, all triploblastic and all c…
how many members are their in echinode…
3 phyla
81 terms
Biol 2P92- Fish
what are ostracoderms?
what are agnathans?
early vetebrate fishes were divided in…
what are gnathostomes?
armored, jawless fishes
hagfish and lampreys
heterostracans, osteostracans and anapsids
a monophyletic group of jawed fish and tetrapods
what are ostracoderms?
armored, jawless fishes
what are agnathans?
hagfish and lampreys
69 terms
Biol 2P92- Birds
what is the archaeopteryx?
what were feathers used for instead of…
what structural features do theropods…
for a bird to fly they require?
a genus of bird-like dinosaurs that is transitional between n…
courtship behaviours, thermoregulationg, crypsis
fused clavicles (furcula) and lunate wrist bones (permits swi…
conform to aerodynamic specifications, selection for more pow…
what is the archaeopteryx?
a genus of bird-like dinosaurs that is transitional between n…
what were feathers used for instead of…
courtship behaviours, thermoregulationg, crypsis
44 terms
Biol 2P92- Chordata
what are main characters of chordata?
what is the notochord?
how are chordata classified?
what is a euchordata?
notochord
rod-like, semi-rigid body of cells ... enclosed in fibrous shea…
a paraphyletic group
retain axial skeleton throughout life
what are main characters of chordata?
notochord
what is the notochord?
rod-like, semi-rigid body of cells ... enclosed in fibrous shea…
82 terms
Biol 2P92- Amphibians
ancestral tetrapods split into?
lobe-finned fish show a close relation…
how are lobe-finned fish close to tetr…
where do amphibians live?
2 groups, amniota & lissamphibia (modern amphibians)
tetrapods
unique supportive elements in skeleton of girdle and limbs
both in water and land, need moisture
ancestral tetrapods split into?
2 groups, amniota & lissamphibia (modern amphibians)
lobe-finned fish show a close relation…
tetrapods
50 terms
Biol 2P92- mammals
all reptilia clade is?
all mammalia clade is?
what was the earliest synapsid lineage?
after pelycosaurs, some specialized ca…
diapsids
synapsids
pelycosaur, during permian period
the therapsids(more erect, limbs underneath)
all reptilia clade is?
diapsids
all mammalia clade is?
synapsids
47 terms
Campbell Biology Chapter 1
All forms of life share common propert…
Order
Reproduction
Growth and Development
Order, Reproduction, Growth & Development, Energy Processing,…
Life has a highly ordered structure. Living cells are the bas…
Organisms reproduce their own kind.
DNA dictates the pattern of growth and development in a given…
All forms of life share common propert…
Order, Reproduction, Growth & Development, Energy Processing,…
Order
Life has a highly ordered structure. Living cells are the bas…
58 terms
Chapter 2 BIOLOGY The Chemical Basis of Life
Element
Matter
Mass
Compound
Any of the more than 100 known substances (of which 92 occur…
that which has mass and occupies space
the property of a body that causes it to have weight in a gra…
A substance consisting of two or more different elements comb…
Element
Any of the more than 100 known substances (of which 92 occur…
Matter
that which has mass and occupies space
37 terms
PV92
Why is it necessary to chelate the met…
What would happen if you did not put i…
What is needed from the cells to condu…
What structures must be broken to rele…
To remove the Magnesium because they act like cofactors, remo…
Than it will not grab the metal ions out of the solution ther…
The genomic DNA released from the nuclei of the cells is needed
The cell and nuclear membranes
Why is it necessary to chelate the met…
To remove the Magnesium because they act like cofactors, remo…
What would happen if you did not put i…
Than it will not grab the metal ions out of the solution ther…
79 terms
AP Biology Chapter 2
Matter
Element
Compound
Essential Elements
- Anything that takes up space and has mass ... - Composes organ…
- A substance that cannot be broken down to other substances…
- A substance consisting of two or more different elements co…
- Elements that an organism needs to live a healthy life and…
Matter
- Anything that takes up space and has mass ... - Composes organ…
Element
- A substance that cannot be broken down to other substances…
32 terms
Biology 2: Reproduction
G-1
S phase
G2
CDK
growth of cell (organelles)
replication of DNA into 92 sister chromatids
cell checks to make sure enough organelles and cytoplasm pres…
cyclophosphin dependent kinase; high levels of cyclophosphins…
G-1
growth of cell (organelles)
S phase
replication of DNA into 92 sister chromatids
Biology Chapter 6
Biology
Biochemistry
Atom
3 subatomic particles that compose an…
Study of life
The study of matter related to life
The smallest unit of an element that retains the properties o…
proton, neutron, and electron
Biology
Study of life
Biochemistry
The study of matter related to life
Biology Chapter 1
All forms of life share common propert…
Order
Reproduction
Growth and Development
Order, Reproduction, Growth & Development, Energy Processing,…
Life has a highly ordered structure. Living cells are the bas…
Organisms reproduce their own kind.
DNA dictates the pattern of growth and development in a given…
All forms of life share common propert…
Order, Reproduction, Growth & Development, Energy Processing,…
Order
Life has a highly ordered structure. Living cells are the bas…
185 terms
Biology Test 2
Anaerobic respiration yields...
Thalidomide
how many elements are in the periodic…
what are the most abundant elements in…
fermentation and lactate fermentation yields 2 ATP (muscles)
tranquilizer given in the late 1950's to the early 1960's. in…
92
Hydrogen... Oxygen... Nitrogen... Carbon
Anaerobic respiration yields...
fermentation and lactate fermentation yields 2 ATP (muscles)
Thalidomide
tranquilizer given in the late 1950's to the early 1960's. in…
11 terms
D 8 & 9 Asexual vs Sexual Reproduction Hon Bio
production of genetically identical of…
advantage because creates genetic dive…
fusion of two separate parent cells
fast; not a lot of energy required
asexual
sexual
sexual
asexual
production of genetically identical of…
asexual
advantage because creates genetic dive…
sexual
103 terms
Biology 105
Biology
Why study biology?
Homeostasis
Evolution
Science of knowledge
science is an endeavor that uses observable and objective mea…
the organ systems of humans maintains homeostasis, an interna…
change over time
Biology
Science of knowledge
Why study biology?
science is an endeavor that uses observable and objective mea…
Biology Test 1
What is biology?
"bio"
"ology"
What is the scientific method?
The study of living organisms
life
study of
a powerful tool for understanding why things are the way they…
What is biology?
The study of living organisms
"bio"
life
19 terms
Biology 1020 Chapter 12
binary fission, 20
Chromatin
Chromosomes
Genes
Prokaryotes divide by ______ _______, which takes as short as…
Long DNA molecules with associated proteins.
Densely packaged chromatin. These only exist during cell divi…
Functional units of heredity; typically instructions for a pr…
binary fission, 20
Prokaryotes divide by ______ _______, which takes as short as…
Chromatin
Long DNA molecules with associated proteins.
47 terms
Campbell Biology Chapter 1
All forms of life share common propert…
Order
Reproduction
Growth and Development
Order, Reproduction, Growth & Development, Energy Processing,…
Life has a highly ordered structure. Living cells are the bas…
Organisms reproduce their own kind.
DNA dictates the pattern of growth and development in a given…
All forms of life share common propert…
Order, Reproduction, Growth & Development, Energy Processing,…
Order
Life has a highly ordered structure. Living cells are the bas…
46 terms
AP Biology Chapter 2 (Campbell)
Matter
Element
Compound
HONC
Anything that takes up space and has mass.
Substance that cannot be broken down to other substances thro…
Substance consisting of two or more different elements combin…
1,2,3,4 valence. Essential to life.
Matter
Anything that takes up space and has mass.
Element
Substance that cannot be broken down to other substances thro…
Campbell Biology Chapter 1
All forms of life share common propert…
Order
Reproduction
Growth and Development
Order, Reproduction, Growth & Development, Energy Processing,…
Life has a highly ordered structure. Living cells are the bas…
Organisms reproduce their own kind.
DNA dictates the pattern of growth and development in a given…
All forms of life share common propert…
Order, Reproduction, Growth & Development, Energy Processing,…
Order
Life has a highly ordered structure. Living cells are the bas…
Honors Biology - Chapter 02
Matter
Element
Compound
Trace elements
anything that occupies space and has mass
A substance that can't be broken down to other substances by…
A substance containing two or more elements in a fixed ratio.
An element that is essential for life but required in extreme…
Matter
anything that occupies space and has mass
Element
A substance that can't be broken down to other substances by…
72 terms
Campbell Biology Chapter 2
Covalent Bond
Ionic Bond
Nonpolar Covalent Bond
Polar Covalent Bond
Join atoms into molecules via electron sharing. It is the str…
Attraction between ions of opposite charge. i.e. NaCl
In molecules of only 1 element, the pull between them is equal.
Water has atoms with different electronegativities. Oxygen at…
Covalent Bond
Join atoms into molecules via electron sharing. It is the str…
Ionic Bond
Attraction between ions of opposite charge. i.e. NaCl
AP Biology - Chapter 8
Cell division
Chromosomes
Asexual reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
Reproduction at the cellular level,... requires the duplication…
The structures that contain most of the cells DNA
Creation of genetically identical offspring by a single paren…
Requires fertilization of an egg by a sperm. Testes and ovari…
Cell division
Reproduction at the cellular level,... requires the duplication…
Chromosomes
The structures that contain most of the cells DNA
52 terms
Cellular Biology Part 3
92
CO2, HCO3⁻, CO3²⁻
smallest particle of an element retain…
two or more atoms bound together
How many elements occur naturally in nature
What 3 molecules contain carbon but are not considered organi…
Define atom
Define molecule
92
How many elements occur naturally in nature
CO2, HCO3⁻, CO3²⁻
What 3 molecules contain carbon but are not considered organi…
31 terms
Biology Chapter 2
Cell
macromolecules
elements
compounds
a basic unit of living matter separated from its environment…
a giant molecule in a living organism: a protein, polysacchar…
a substance that cannot be broken down to other substances by…
a substance containing two or more elements in a fixed ratio;…
Cell
a basic unit of living matter separated from its environment…
macromolecules
a giant molecule in a living organism: a protein, polysacchar…
1 of 10