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Biology Mid - Term Review
((CH. 1)) Biology is the study of...?
The process by which organisms keep th…
Which level of organization includes a…
In the metric system, the basic unit o…
living things
homeostasis
the biosphere
meter
((CH. 1)) Biology is the study of...?
living things
The process by which organisms keep th…
homeostasis
150 terms
Biology Mid.
psychology
empirical
phrenology
functionalism
the discipline concerned with behavior and mental processes a…
relying on or derived from observation, experimentation, or m…
the now discredited theory that different brain areas account…
an early psychological approach that emphasized the function…
psychology
the discipline concerned with behavior and mental processes a…
empirical
relying on or derived from observation, experimentation, or m…
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Biology Mid- Term
Steps of the Scientific Method
Parts of An Experiment
independent Variable
dependent Variable
1. Identify problem (posed as a question)... 2. State hypothesis…
Independent and dependent variables, constants, and control.…
The one and only variable that is purposefully changed or man…
Data collected which is affected by the Independent variable.
Steps of the Scientific Method
1. Identify problem (posed as a question)... 2. State hypothesis…
Parts of An Experiment
Independent and dependent variables, constants, and control.…
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biology mid
if a homozygus tall pea plant and a ho…
a punnett square is used to determine…
different forms of a gene are called
whats the diff between monohybrid and…
the recessive trait seems to dissappear
probable outcome of a cross
alleles
mono 1 pair alleles ... di 2 pairs
if a homozygus tall pea plant and a ho…
the recessive trait seems to dissappear
a punnett square is used to determine…
probable outcome of a cross
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Biology Mid-Unit Review
What is an enzyme and what does it do ?
What is activation energy ?
nucleus
DNA
Enzymes are biological molecules (typically proteins) that si…
the minimum quantity of energy that the reacting species must…
The central and most important part of an object, movement, o…
It is the carrier of genetic information.
What is an enzyme and what does it do ?
Enzymes are biological molecules (typically proteins) that si…
What is activation energy ?
the minimum quantity of energy that the reacting species must…
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Biology Mid-Year
electron
proton
neutron
6 most common elements
-negatively charged particle (-)... -in constant motion in the s…
-positively charged particle (+) ... -form in the nucleus
-neutral charged particle ... -form in the nucleus
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur
electron
-negatively charged particle (-)... -in constant motion in the s…
proton
-positively charged particle (+) ... -form in the nucleus
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Biology Mid-Unit 3
What are two types of plants?
What is Monocot?
What is Dicot?
What are the plant characteristics of…
Monocot and Dicot.
Monocotyledons, are flowering plants whose seeds typically co…
The dicotyledons, were one of the two groups into which all t…
Embryos- One Cotyledon, Leaf Venation- Veins Usually Parallel…
What are two types of plants?
Monocot and Dicot.
What is Monocot?
Monocotyledons, are flowering plants whose seeds typically co…
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Biology Mid-Year
Cell Theory
Atomic mass
Atomic Number
protons
1) All living things are made up of cells... 2)New cells are for…
number of protons plus number of neutrons
number of protons
positive
Cell Theory
1) All living things are made up of cells... 2)New cells are for…
Atomic mass
number of protons plus number of neutrons
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Mid- Term Biology
Controlled Experiment
Inferrence
Hypothesis
Theory
test only one variable at a time
is a logical interpretation based on prior knowledge
a proposed scientific explanation that is testable
Ties a hypothesis together
Controlled Experiment
test only one variable at a time
Inferrence
is a logical interpretation based on prior knowledge
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Biology Mid term exam
Monomer
Polymer
cellulose
organic compound
A simple compound whose molecules can join together to form p…
A long molecule consisting of many similar or identical build…
A large polysaccharide which makes up plant cell walls.
a compound that is derived from living things and contains ca…
Monomer
A simple compound whose molecules can join together to form p…
Polymer
A long molecule consisting of many similar or identical build…
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Biology mid- term
What are the characteristics of early…
When was earth formed approximately
The fossil record gives us a _____ of…
What are the two kinds of fossil dating
Poisenous atmosphier ... Hit by medeors ... No liquid water ... Valcan…
4.6 billion years ago
Record of early life
Relative dating: age of fossil by layer of rock ... Lower in roc…
What are the characteristics of early…
Poisenous atmosphier ... Hit by medeors ... No liquid water ... Valcan…
When was earth formed approximately
4.6 billion years ago
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biology mid term 2015
eyepeice/ ocular lens
body tube
medium power objective
arm
what you look through, magnifies the image by 10x
maintains correct distance between between eyepiece and objec…
further magnifies the image by 10x
supports the body tube
eyepeice/ ocular lens
what you look through, magnifies the image by 10x
body tube
maintains correct distance between between eyepiece and objec…
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Biology Lab 1114 Mid- term
solution
Solvent
Solute
Hypertonic
fluid (the solvent) that contains a dissolved solid (solute)
Liquid portion of a solution that dissolves a solute
Substrates dissolved in a solvent, forming a solution
Liquid with more dissolved solutes
solution
fluid (the solvent) that contains a dissolved solid (solute)
Solvent
Liquid portion of a solution that dissolves a solute
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AS Biology Mid
The plasma membrane is also called
The plasma membrane allows cells to
Homeostasis
Property of _________ ____________ hel…
cell membrane
exist in a hostile environment (like a shark cage)... -Separates…
Cells maintain a balance by controlling what enters and exits…
selective permeability
The plasma membrane is also called
cell membrane
The plasma membrane allows cells to
exist in a hostile environment (like a shark cage)... -Separates…
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Biology Mid - Term Review
((CH. 1)) Biology is the study of...?
The process by which organisms keep th…
Which level of organization includes a…
In the metric system, the basic unit o…
living things
homeostasis
the biosphere
meter
((CH. 1)) Biology is the study of...?
living things
The process by which organisms keep th…
homeostasis
60 terms
Biology mid term 3
Having two identical alleles for a par…
Define multiple allele
What is a zygote?
Which type of solution will cause cell…
Homozygous
gene that has two or more alleles
...
not Hypertonic
Having two identical alleles for a par…
Homozygous
Define multiple allele
gene that has two or more alleles
Biology Mid-Year Finale
Characteristics of Good Science
Prediction
Hypothesis
Independent Variable
-All methods assume that the natural world can be investigate…
Stating a pattern or relationship (If...then...)
A specific explanation for a pattern or a relationship (If..t…
A variable I am in control of
Characteristics of Good Science
-All methods assume that the natural world can be investigate…
Prediction
Stating a pattern or relationship (If...then...)
21 terms
Honors Biology Mid Year
Ribosomes
Golgi Complex
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Packets of RNA & Protein
Packets of macromolecules for transport
The fluid in which organelles reside
The brain of the cell
Ribosomes
Packets of RNA & Protein
Golgi Complex
Packets of macromolecules for transport
10 terms
Biology MidUnit Test
Ecology
Habitat
Introduced Species
Population
the study of how living organisms interact with each other an…
The requirements for an organism's place to live
A species that was taken from it's original location and plac…
a single species of animal that live in the same place.
Ecology
the study of how living organisms interact with each other an…
Habitat
The requirements for an organism's place to live
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Biology Mid-Unit 3 Test
Basic Functions of Plant Cells
What are the parts of the plant cells…
Roots under a microscope
Stem under a microscope
*Various organelles (sub-cell parts) within the plant cell ar…
Nucleus-, it contains the majority of the cell's genetic mate…
Basic Functions of Plant Cells
*Various organelles (sub-cell parts) within the plant cell ar…
What are the parts of the plant cells…
Nucleus-, it contains the majority of the cell's genetic mate…
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AP Biology Ecology mid unit test review
biotic
abiotic
limiting factors
Macroclimate
Living components of an ecosystem
Nonliving components of an ecosystem: rocks, temperature ligh…
Factors that affect how many individuals of a particular spec…
Patterns (temperature, precipitation, light) on the global, r…
biotic
Living components of an ecosystem
abiotic
Nonliving components of an ecosystem: rocks, temperature ligh…
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Biology Mid - Term
Metabolism
Homeostasis
Heredity
Evolution
The sum of all chemical reactions carried out in an organism
All living things must maintain a stable internal environment…
Passing of traits from parents to offspring
Change in inherited traits of species over time
Metabolism
The sum of all chemical reactions carried out in an organism
Homeostasis
All living things must maintain a stable internal environment…
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Biology Mid-Year Assessment
Autotroph
Heterotroph
9 Characteristics of living things
Homeostasis-
make their own food ... ex: plants, some bacteria.
find there own food... ex: humans, animals, some bacteria
- Cells/organisms... - DNA/Heredity... - Reproduction... - Grow and De…
The ability of an organism to maintain its internal environme…
Autotroph
make their own food ... ex: plants, some bacteria.
Heterotroph
find there own food... ex: humans, animals, some bacteria
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Biology MId-Term Review
activation energy
active transport
amino acids
asexual reproduction
Energy needed to get a chemical reaction started
Requires the use of cell energy used when molecules are movin…
Building blocks of protein
Process by which a single parent reproduces by itself
activation energy
Energy needed to get a chemical reaction started
active transport
Requires the use of cell energy used when molecules are movin…
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biology mid term 2015
infusion
irratiblity
spontaneous generation
activation energy
nutrient rich solution which microorganisms can live.
the sensitivity of a living organism to conditions outside it…
nonliving things can be changed directly to living things
energy necessary to start a reaction
infusion
nutrient rich solution which microorganisms can live.
irratiblity
the sensitivity of a living organism to conditions outside it…
206 terms
Biology Mid-Term
biology
homeostasis
metabolism
stimulus
Science that seeks to understand the living world
Process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
Chemical reactions in living organisms that are necessary to…
A change in an organism's surroundings that causes the organi…
biology
Science that seeks to understand the living world
homeostasis
Process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
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Biology 1107 MidTerm Exam
What is the difference between a compo…
mass number
atomic number
Identify the four elements that make u…
Chemical bond = molecule... crystalline structure or atom by its…
Mass number is the total number of protons and neutrons in th…
Atomic number is only the number of protons in the nucleus of…
CHNO -- Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen
What is the difference between a compo…
Chemical bond = molecule... crystalline structure or atom by its…
mass number
Mass number is the total number of protons and neutrons in th…
Biology Mid Semester Review
Why are cells small?
What problems arise in large cells?
Draw and label the sister chromatids a…
What is the process and result of bina…
it gives a larger ratio of surface area
The DNA can't meet the cells needs
TI t is reproducing asexually and results in two new organisms
Why are cells small?
it gives a larger ratio of surface area
What problems arise in large cells?
The DNA can't meet the cells needs
17 terms
Biology Mid-Year Assessment (Cells)
Is the cell membrane semi-permeable? W…
Nucleus
Nuclear Membrane
Cell Membrane
It is semi-permeable because it allows certain (but not all)…
The part that houses the cell's genetic material in the form…
The lipid bilayer membrane which surrounds the genetic materi…
The semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell
Is the cell membrane semi-permeable? W…
It is semi-permeable because it allows certain (but not all)…
Nucleus
The part that houses the cell's genetic material in the form…
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Biology Mid Chapter Test
Atom
Compound
Element
Molecules
The smallest component of an element that still has the same…
A substance formed when two or more chemical elements are che…
A substance that cannot be decomposed into simpler substances…
two or more atoms joined together throuh a chemical bond... EX W…
Atom
The smallest component of an element that still has the same…
Compound
A substance formed when two or more chemical elements are che…
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Biology Mid Review Quiz
Describe the features of viruses ~
Name and describe the stages of a lyso…
Describe the differences between proka…
Describe the effects of viruses ~
Virus's are complex but are very basic in structure. They are…
Lytic: Virus enters cell reproduces causes cell to burst over…
Prokaryotes: unicellular organisms, ... Eukaryotes: multicellula…
Cause sickness immune system can't fight them well because th…
Describe the features of viruses ~
Virus's are complex but are very basic in structure. They are…
Name and describe the stages of a lyso…
Lytic: Virus enters cell reproduces causes cell to burst over…
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Biology mid final
Wet mount slide
Cell theory
Compound light microscope
Stereo microscope
That thing to look at the stuff with
States that all organisms are made of cells
Composed of two lenses
Designed for low magnification observation
Wet mount slide
That thing to look at the stuff with
Cell theory
States that all organisms are made of cells
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Biology Mid-Term
Describe the eight characteristics tha…
Describe the endosymbiotic theory in t…
Describe several examples of scientifi…
Explain the three parts of the cell th…
Homeostasis, Organization, Metabolism, Growth, Adaptation, Re…
Mitochondria and chloroplasts from previous prokaryotes were…
The membranes, reproduction, and DNA are similiar.
1. All living things are composed of cells.... 2. Cells are the…
Describe the eight characteristics tha…
Homeostasis, Organization, Metabolism, Growth, Adaptation, Re…
Describe the endosymbiotic theory in t…
Mitochondria and chloroplasts from previous prokaryotes were…
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Biology Mid Term
mutualism
symbiosis
commensalism
parasitism
a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit from t…
any relationship in which two species live closely and interact
occurs when one species benefits from the association while t…
occurs when one organism lives on or inside another organism…
mutualism
a symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit from t…
symbiosis
any relationship in which two species live closely and interact
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Biology Mid-Term Exam
What are the three major principles of…
What is the difference between eukaryo…
Which organelle is the storehouse for…
Describe the rough ER.
nucleus
studded with ribosomes
What are the three major principles of…
What is the difference between eukaryo…
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Biology Mid Semester Test
The Miller Urey Experiment
Homeostasis
Metabolism
Organisation
The tendency towards a relatively stable equilibrium between…
The complex of physical and chemical processes occurring with…
The biological levels of organisation of living things arrang…
The Miller Urey Experiment
Homeostasis
The tendency towards a relatively stable equilibrium between…
60 terms
Biology MidYear Final Review
active transport
amino acid
ATP
autotroph
movement of molecules across a membrane requiring the cell to…
basic building blocks (monomer) of proteins
molecule that stores and transfers energy within cells
organism that can capture energy from sunlight or chemicals a…
active transport
movement of molecules across a membrane requiring the cell to…
amino acid
basic building blocks (monomer) of proteins
274 terms
biology mid terms
biology
what are the properties of life?
what are the levels of organization
carl linnaeus
science that studies life
order, sensitivity or response to stimuli, reproduction, adap…
atom, molecule, macromolecules, organelles, cells, tissues, o…
came up with taxonomy
biology
science that studies life
what are the properties of life?
order, sensitivity or response to stimuli, reproduction, adap…
Biology Mid-Semester Exam
a) Carbon Based
1) Carbohydrates... 2) Lipids... 3) Proteins…
1) Guanine... 2) Cytosine... 3) Adenine... 4) T…
d) Thymine
All life is;... a) Carbon Based... b) Silicone Based... c) Calcium Bas…
What are the four major biomolecules?
What are the 4 bases of DNA?
Which of the 4 bases of DNA is DNA exclusive? ... a) Guanine... b)…
a) Carbon Based
All life is;... a) Carbon Based... b) Silicone Based... c) Calcium Bas…
1) Carbohydrates... 2) Lipids... 3) Proteins…
What are the four major biomolecules?
39 terms
Biology Mid year
Carbohydrates CHNOPS
Lipids CHNOPS
Proteins CHNOPS
Nucleic Acids CHNOPS
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen (some)
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosorus
Carbohydrates CHNOPS
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
Lipids CHNOPS
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen (some)
44 terms
Biology Mid-Term Review
What is the difference between Qualita…
What are the steps of the scientific m…
What is the purpose of an experiment?
Name the 2 groups that make up a good…
Quantitative data: Anything that has numbers... like a graph…
1. Purpose/Question. Ask a question.... 2. Research. Conduct bac…
To prove or disprove your hypothesis.
Control group ... experimental group
What is the difference between Qualita…
Quantitative data: Anything that has numbers... like a graph…
What are the steps of the scientific m…
1. Purpose/Question. Ask a question.... 2. Research. Conduct bac…
64 terms
Biology MId-Term Review
active transport
amino acids
asexual reproduction
atom
Requires the use of cell energy used when molecules are movin…
Building blocks of protein
Process by which a single parent reproduces by itself
Smallest unit of matter that retains the properties of an ele…
active transport
Requires the use of cell energy used when molecules are movin…
amino acids
Building blocks of protein
135 terms
Biology1 Mid-Year
Science
Observation
Data
Inference
Organized way using evidence learn about the natural world
Use of one or more of the senses-to gather information
Evidence; information gathered from observations
Logical interpretation based on prior information and experie…
Science
Organized way using evidence learn about the natural world
Observation
Use of one or more of the senses-to gather information
70 terms
biology mid year
metabolism
adaption
reproduction
homeostasis
all chemical reactions that take energy and turn it into nutr…
to make body suitable for environment by making changes
organism produces offspring/ 2 kinds: sexual & asexual
an organism maintains a constant internal environment even th…
metabolism
all chemical reactions that take energy and turn it into nutr…
adaption
to make body suitable for environment by making changes
99 terms
Biology MidTerm Review
What are the 8 characteristics of life?
What are the 3 parts of the Cell Theory?
Who was the first to discover and use…
What are organic molecules?
1) All living things are made of cells... 2) Maintain homeostasi…
1) All living things are made up of cells... 2) Cells are the ba…
Robert Hooke was the first to discover cells in a cork
Molecules with carbon
What are the 8 characteristics of life?
1) All living things are made of cells... 2) Maintain homeostasi…
What are the 3 parts of the Cell Theory?
1) All living things are made up of cells... 2) Cells are the ba…
180 terms
Biology Mid-Semester Exam
Biology
biologist
Living things: are made up of units ca…
ask a question, do background research…
the science that employs the scientific method to study livin…
someone who studies biology. could be anyone.
what are the characteristics of living things?
what are the steps to the scientific method?
Biology
the science that employs the scientific method to study livin…
biologist
someone who studies biology. could be anyone.
110 terms
Biology 1 Mid-Term
quantitative research
experimental group
stimulus
development
Counts of measurements are examples of data produced by _____…
In an experiment, the __________ __________ is used to test t…
Any condition in the environment that requires an organism to…
All the changes that take place during the life of an organis…
quantitative research
Counts of measurements are examples of data produced by _____…
experimental group
In an experiment, the __________ __________ is used to test t…
118 terms
Biology Mid-Term
Differences and Similarities Between P…
Vecicles
Label Animal Cell
Label Plant Cell
a small structure within a cell, consisting of fluid enclosed…
Differences and Similarities Between P…
Vecicles
a small structure within a cell, consisting of fluid enclosed…
10 terms
Biology Mid-Year Assessment (Terms)
Autotroph
Heterotroph
9 Characteristics of living things
Evolution
A being that can produce its own food by using sunlight, CO2,…
A being that can't produce their own food so they eat other o…
1. Use energy... 2. Reproduce... 3. Made of cells ... 4. Growth/Develo…
The gradual development of something over time to better adap…
Autotroph
A being that can produce its own food by using sunlight, CO2,…
Heterotroph
A being that can't produce their own food so they eat other o…
19 terms
Biology Mid Year
6 elements of all living things
4 major classes of organic molecules a…
match monomer with organic molecule po…
pH and temperature with enzyme activity
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur
lipids-food storage... carbohydrates-structure... proteins-enzymes…
amino acids-proteins... nuclei acids-nucleic acids... fatty acids-l…
the warmer the temperature, the higher the enzyme activity is…
6 elements of all living things
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur
4 major classes of organic molecules a…
lipids-food storage... carbohydrates-structure... proteins-enzymes…
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