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Cell Biology--Ms. Snell
Vacuole (the warehouse)
Chloroplasts (the solar panels)
Cell wall (the city walls)
Nucleus (the town hall)
This organelle stores water and metabolic wastes in plant cel…
This organelle in plant cells converts energy from the sun in…
This structure in plant cells is made of cellulose and is use…
This organelle stores genetic information in the form of DNA.…
Vacuole (the warehouse)
This organelle stores water and metabolic wastes in plant cel…
Chloroplasts (the solar panels)
This organelle in plant cells converts energy from the sun in…
21 terms
ms. miller biology (microscope)
body tube
nose piece
low power objective lens
medium power objective lens
what is this?
what is this?
what is this?
what is this?
body tube
what is this?
nose piece
what is this?
27 terms
Ms. Rogers Biology Biomes
Biodiversity
Biome
Biotic factor
Abiotic factor
Variety of life on Earth
Major types of terrestrial ecosystems that cover a large regi…
Any living part of an environment
All non living parts of the environment
Biodiversity
Variety of life on Earth
Biome
Major types of terrestrial ecosystems that cover a large regi…
108 terms
Ms. Asunscion Biology Final
Allele
Dominant trait
Recessive trait
Incomplete dominance
Alternate version of a gene
Trait that is visible in every individual that carries the al…
Trait that can be masked by the dominant allele for that trait
Condition in which a dominant allele does not fully mask a re…
Allele
Alternate version of a gene
Dominant trait
Trait that is visible in every individual that carries the al…
201 terms
biology midterm // ms. prizzi
prokaryotic cells
eukaryotic cells
theory
hypothesis
A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus ( that hol…
dna in nucleus bound by membranous nuclear envelope, membrane…
A hypothesis that has been tested with a significant amount o…
An educated guess
prokaryotic cells
A type of cell lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus ( that hol…
eukaryotic cells
dna in nucleus bound by membranous nuclear envelope, membrane…
19 terms
ELL biology terms for Ms. Worrell
leaf
leaves
stem
chlorophyll
lá
el tallo
clorofila
leaf
lá
leaves
Biology - Ms. Ronk
Cell Wall
Nucleus
Cell membrane
ribosome
Only on plant cells. Gives the cell extra protection and shape.
power house of the cell that hold DNA
Controls what goes in and out of the cell
creates proteins
Cell Wall
Only on plant cells. Gives the cell extra protection and shape.
Nucleus
power house of the cell that hold DNA
177 terms
Biology Midterm-Ms. Palumbo
Quantitative Data
Qualitatative Data
Inference
What are the steps in the scientific m…
expressed in numbers, obtained by counting or measuring
descriptive data involves observations made with the 5 senses
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
1.) Problem... 2.) Hypothesis... 3.) Procedure... 4.) Experiment... 5.) C…
Quantitative Data
expressed in numbers, obtained by counting or measuring
Qualitatative Data
descriptive data involves observations made with the 5 senses
16 terms
Ms. Rogers Biology Last Unit
Intertidal zone
Nertic zone
Oceanic Zone
Photic Zone
Area between low tide and high tide
Area of ocean that extends from the low-tide line out to the…
Vast open ocean from the edge of the continental shelf outward
Region of body of water where light penetrates, enabling phot…
Intertidal zone
Area between low tide and high tide
Nertic zone
Area of ocean that extends from the low-tide line out to the…
Biology MS52-MS54
Allele
Genotype
Phenotype
Homozygous
One of two or more versions of a gene
The allelic makeup that id responsible for a particular pheno…
The specific version of a genetic trait that is displayed by…
Referring to an individual that carries 2 copies of the same…
Allele
One of two or more versions of a gene
Genotype
The allelic makeup that id responsible for a particular pheno…
Biology Ms. CLine
Science
Biology
Cell
Prokaryote
An organized way of gathering and analyzing evidence about th…
The study of life
Basic unit of life
A unicellular organism that lacks a nucleus and membrane boun…
Science
An organized way of gathering and analyzing evidence about th…
Biology
The study of life
ms lewis biology
Protist
Heterotroph
Amoeba
paramecium
Any of a diverse taxonomic group especially a kingdom.
An organism that cant manufacture its own food.
Any of various uni-cell aquatic or parasitic protozoans.
Any of freshwater protozoans of the genius paramecium. (oval…
Protist
Any of a diverse taxonomic group especially a kingdom.
Heterotroph
An organism that cant manufacture its own food.
Ms. Ross: Biology 1
What is Biology?
What are the branches of Biology?
Safety precautions in the lab (List 2)
What is the Scientific Method?
The scientific study of living organisms and their interactio…
Zoology, Paleontology, Geology, Ecology, Physiology, Botany,…
1. Wear safety googles... 2. Don't eat or drink in the lab
A way to ask and answer scientific questions by making observ…
What is Biology?
The scientific study of living organisms and their interactio…
What are the branches of Biology?
Zoology, Paleontology, Geology, Ecology, Physiology, Botany,…
Biology Honors-Ms. Doughty
Abiotic
Biotic
Ecology
carrying capacity
not living
living
study of living organisms in an ecosystem
the number or quantity of people or things that can be convey…
Abiotic
not living
Biotic
living
50 terms
Biology Ms. Offenbacher 2016
carbohydrates
proteins
lipids
nucleic acids
carbohydrates
proteins
biology ms 81
mutation
gene flow
genetic bottleneck
genetic drift
a change in the sequence of an organisms DNA because new alle…
the exchange of alleles between different populations
a drop in the size of a population that results in low geneti…
the natural process in which chance events cause certain alle…
mutation
a change in the sequence of an organisms DNA because new alle…
gene flow
the exchange of alleles between different populations
27 terms
Biology Ms.Berberich
Smooth ER
Rough ER
Vacuole
Nucleus
Is ER that does not have ribosomes attached. Produces lipids…
ER that is dotted with ribosomes. Export of proteins, glycopr…
Cell organelle that stores materials such as water, salts, pr…
A part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for…
Smooth ER
Is ER that does not have ribosomes attached. Produces lipids…
Rough ER
ER that is dotted with ribosomes. Export of proteins, glycopr…
17 terms
Ms. Blake's Vocab for Biology
Community
ecosystem
biosphere
ecology
Several interacting populations with common environment.
community and abiotic factors (ex. marine, terrestrial)
life supporting portions of earth. The highest level of organ…
the scientific study of interactions between organisms and th…
Community
Several interacting populations with common environment.
ecosystem
community and abiotic factors (ex. marine, terrestrial)
74 terms
Biology I ( Ms. Pitts )
cell
tissue
organ
organ system
smallest unit of life
collection of cells working together to perform a specific fu…
2 or more types of tissues that work together to complete a t…
several organisms working together to achieve a common goal
cell
smallest unit of life
tissue
collection of cells working together to perform a specific fu…
39 terms
Biology Word Parts - Ms. Alyssa
amphi-
ante-
anti-
arche-
both
before
against
ancient
amphi-
both
ante-
before
77 terms
Ms. Stanley Biology Midterm
Living things have to have energy, cel…
archaebacteria, eubacteria, protist, f…
prokaryote, unicellular, autotroph/het…
prokaryote, unicellular, autotroph/het…
How do we distinguish between living and nonliving things?
What are the 6 kingdoms of organisms?
What are the 4 characteristics of archaebacteria the kingdom?
What are the 4 characteristics of eubacteria the kingdom?
Living things have to have energy, cel…
How do we distinguish between living and nonliving things?
archaebacteria, eubacteria, protist, f…
What are the 6 kingdoms of organisms?
87 terms
Biology Ms. Saber's Class
Chapter 1: Biology and You
Cellular Structure and Function
Reproduction
Sexual reproduction
...
All organisms are made of cells. Cells make tissues, tissues…
The process of reproducing offspring from one generation to t…
Egg and sperm are necessary. It can be from the same organism.
Chapter 1: Biology and You
...
Cellular Structure and Function
All organisms are made of cells. Cells make tissues, tissues…
121 terms
Biology Final By Ms. Kanya
Enzyme
Mitosis
hydrogen bonds
pH Scale
A protein that makes a reaction happen QUICKER; decreases act…
Process of cells dividing; includes prophase, metaphase, anap…
a weak force holding two molecules containing hydrogen togeth…
Measurement system used to indicate acids and bases; runs fro…
Enzyme
A protein that makes a reaction happen QUICKER; decreases act…
Mitosis
Process of cells dividing; includes prophase, metaphase, anap…
19 terms
Ms. Fair Biology
Biosphere
Ecosystem
Community
Population
Any environment on Earth that supports life.
An area that contains both living and no living organisms.
An area where only living organisms live.
A specific area that only one species is found.
Biosphere
Any environment on Earth that supports life.
Ecosystem
An area that contains both living and no living organisms.
20 terms
Ms. Sirockman Biology Midterm Vocabulary 2
Producers
Consumers
Precipitation, sunlight, wind
Animals, plants, mushrooms
Are organisms that use the Sun's energy to make their own foo…
An organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms
Abiotic factors
Biotic factors
Producers
Are organisms that use the Sun's energy to make their own foo…
Consumers
An organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms
40 terms
Ms. Fair biology
Biology
Order
Reproduction
Growth and Development
Study of life
The highly ordered structure that typifies life
The ability of organisms to reproduce their own kind
Consistent growth and development controlled by inherited DNA
Biology
Study of life
Order
The highly ordered structure that typifies life
126 terms
Ms. Sanchez Biology Midterm
biology
genetic engineering
AIDS
HIV
study of life, including the molecular basis
manipulating genetic material
caused by HIV
virus found in body fluids
biology
study of life, including the molecular basis
genetic engineering
manipulating genetic material
48 terms
Ms. Sirockman Biology Final Part 1
Homeostasis
Cells
Hypothesis
Scientific Theory
Relatively constant internal physical and chemical conditions…
Smallest units of organisms that carry on all the functions o…
An idea or explanation you need to test through study or expe…
Summarizes a hypothesis that have been supported with repeate…
Homeostasis
Relatively constant internal physical and chemical conditions…
Cells
Smallest units of organisms that carry on all the functions o…
38 terms
Biology Final- Ms Dean
Ionic Bond
covalent bond
non polar covalent bond
polar covalent bond
formed when one or more electrons are transferred from one at…
when the atoms are missing some electrons, they bond together…
equal sharing of electrons
unequal sharing of electrons
Ionic Bond
formed when one or more electrons are transferred from one at…
covalent bond
when the atoms are missing some electrons, they bond together…
30 terms
Ms. Calderin's Biology FINAL (Vocabulary)
heterotrophs
vaccine
virus
photosynthesis
Living things that get food by consuming other living things
A preparation of a weakened or killed pathogen used to produc…
a non-living particle made up of protein, nucleic acids, and…
the process by which plants and other autotrophs use light to…
heterotrophs
Living things that get food by consuming other living things
vaccine
A preparation of a weakened or killed pathogen used to produc…
136 terms
Human Biology Vocab - Ms. Perry
cell
cell, tissue, organ, organ system, org…
tissues
muscle, nervous, epithelial, connective
basic unit of life
levels of organization of the body
groups of cells that work together to perform a specific func…
(4) types of tissues
cell
basic unit of life
cell, tissue, organ, organ system, org…
levels of organization of the body
40 terms
Biology Ms.Sefchovich genetics
Characteristic
Trait
genetics
True-breeding
1.... a feature or quality belonging typically to a person, plac…
Specific characteristics of an individual
study of hereditary
A true breeding organism, sometimes also called a purebred, i…
Characteristic
1.... a feature or quality belonging typically to a person, plac…
Trait
Specific characteristics of an individual
48 terms
Ms.Grands biology final
DNA
RNA
Monomer
Polymer
Formed from nucleic acids, gives the gene instruction/blue pr…
A on stranded helix that is formed from a DNA strand and is u…
Base molecule and that just comes in single molecules.
A strand of molecules. Ex/Amino acids
DNA
Formed from nucleic acids, gives the gene instruction/blue pr…
RNA
A on stranded helix that is formed from a DNA strand and is u…
200 terms
biology rootwords ms.cox
bio
logy
auto
hetero
life
study of
self
different
bio
life
logy
study of
32 terms
Biology Chapter 11 - Ms. Middle
homologous chromosomes
Diploid
Haploid
Haploid
same number of male and female chromosome, they are similiar…
two identical sets of chromosomes
one set of chromosomes
meiosis will result in what type of chromosomes
homologous chromosomes
same number of male and female chromosome, they are similiar…
Diploid
two identical sets of chromosomes
56 terms
honors biology midterm (ms miller)
What is a hypothesis?
What is an 'experimental group'?
What is a 'control group'?
What is an independent variable?
A testable statement that suggests an explanation for a scien…
The group in a study that is the "test" group
the group in a study that is NOT your test group, therefore n…
the variable that is being changed or tested
What is a hypothesis?
A testable statement that suggests an explanation for a scien…
What is an 'experimental group'?
The group in a study that is the "test" group
22 terms
GCSE Biology "Ms"
Mass
Meiosis
Menstruation
Meristem
The amount of matter inside an object, measured in kilograms
A type of division of the cell nucleus that results in four d…
Breakdown of the lining of the uterus during the menstrual cy…
The tissue in most plants where growth occurs
Mass
The amount of matter inside an object, measured in kilograms
Meiosis
A type of division of the cell nucleus that results in four d…
35 terms
Ms. Wilkins Biology Plant Vocabulary
parenchyma
collenchyma
sclerenchyma
epidermis
most abundant type of plant cell; spherical cells with thin,…
long, flexible plant cells with unevenly thickened cell walls…
plant cells whith thick, rigid cell walls; provide support fo…
in plants, the outmost layer of cells that covers and protect…
parenchyma
most abundant type of plant cell; spherical cells with thin,…
collenchyma
long, flexible plant cells with unevenly thickened cell walls…
94 terms
BIOLOGY EXAM- MS CONKLIN.
What is a Van der Waals force?
What is a hydrogen bond?
Is a hydrogen bond positive or negative?
When does water become more dense?
A weak attraction between the oppositely charged regions of n…
A weak electrical attraction between two atoms that are alrea…
Positive.
Water contracts when cooled becoming more dense until it reac…
What is a Van der Waals force?
A weak attraction between the oppositely charged regions of n…
What is a hydrogen bond?
A weak electrical attraction between two atoms that are alrea…
75 terms
Ms Graham Biology Midterm
What is science?
what are the goals of science?
what are the steps of the scientific m…
what do all living things have in comm…
...
...
...
...
What is science?
...
what are the goals of science?
...
194 terms
Biology Midterm, Ms. Judd
How do we make observations?
What is hypothesis?
How do we test a hypothesis?
how many variables should an experimen…
using our 5 senses
a possible explanation that can be tested by observation and…
observing and experimenting
at least one
How do we make observations?
using our 5 senses
What is hypothesis?
a possible explanation that can be tested by observation and…
Biology Ms. Fredericks
Hox Gene
Operon
Operator
RNA Interferance
Row of genes that order body segments.
A group of genes that operate together.
On/Off switch
Stops gene expression with RNA
Hox Gene
Row of genes that order body segments.
Operon
A group of genes that operate together.
35 terms
Ms. Wilkins Biology Plant Vocabulary
parenchyma
collenchyma
sclerenchyma
epidermis
most abundant type of plant cell; spherical cells with thin,…
long, flexible plant cells with unevenly thickened cell walls…
plant cells whith thick, rigid cell walls; provide support fo…
in plants, the outmost layer of cells that covers and protect…
parenchyma
most abundant type of plant cell; spherical cells with thin,…
collenchyma
long, flexible plant cells with unevenly thickened cell walls…
100 terms
Biology Final by MS
Eukaryotic Cell
Prokaryotic Cell
Allele
Peristalsis
A type of cell that had a membrane enclosed nucleus and membr…
A type of cell lacking a membrane enclosed nucleus and other…
An alternative version of a gene
The process of a bolus moving down the esophagus
Eukaryotic Cell
A type of cell that had a membrane enclosed nucleus and membr…
Prokaryotic Cell
A type of cell lacking a membrane enclosed nucleus and other…
22 terms
Chapter 16 Biology Ms. Middle
Beagle
Galapagos Island
Evolution
Evolution
name of ship darwin took to the Galapagos Islands
name of place that darwin traveled to in order observe tortoi…
the process of change over time
explains how modern organisms evolved over long periods of ti…
Beagle
name of ship darwin took to the Galapagos Islands
Galapagos Island
name of place that darwin traveled to in order observe tortoi…
Biology Test Flashcards: Ms.Scchitano
Energy
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)
Energy is the ability to do work in order to sustain life.... H…
An organism that can capture energy from the sunlight and pro…
An organism that obtains energy from the food that it eats.…
A biological molecule that provides chemical energy for cellu…
Energy
Energy is the ability to do work in order to sustain life.... H…
Autotroph
An organism that can capture energy from the sunlight and pro…
65 terms
Ms. Dugas Biology Midterm
What is the Calvin's Cycle?
What does the Calvin's cycle produce?
What are Thylakoids?
Where are thylakoids found?
a light independent reaction; a pathway of photosynthesis in…
produces glucose
a membrane system found within chloroplasts that contain the…
found within the chloroplasts
What is the Calvin's Cycle?
a light independent reaction; a pathway of photosynthesis in…
What does the Calvin's cycle produce?
produces glucose
63 terms
Ms. Dugas Biology Midterm
What is the Calvin's Cycle?
What does the Calvin's cycle produce?
What are Thylakoids?
Where are thylakoids found?
a light independent reaction; a pathway of photosynthesis in…
produces glucose
a membrane system found within chloroplasts that contain the…
found within the chloroplasts
What is the Calvin's Cycle?
a light independent reaction; a pathway of photosynthesis in…
What does the Calvin's cycle produce?
produces glucose
69 terms
biology ms. miller biology (Biology and you)
hypothesis
one
scientific method
hypotheses
an attempt to explain an even or observation is called an...
how many variables should an ideal experiment have?
problem solving is best done using the...
experiments are used to test...
hypothesis
an attempt to explain an even or observation is called an...
one
how many variables should an ideal experiment have?
Biology Ms Spinner
Biology is the study of
Homeostasis refers to the
In most multicellular organisms, the c…
The sum of all the chemical processes…
All living things
Steval level of internal conditions in organisms
Function
Metabolism
Biology is the study of
All living things
Homeostasis refers to the
Steval level of internal conditions in organisms
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