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57 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Biology A lesson 2-5
Cell
Unicellular
Multicellular
Organism
Smallest unit of organism
Only one cell
Many cells
Individual plant, animal, or single-celled life form
Cell
Smallest unit of organism
Unicellular
Only one cell
33 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Schaefer CH03
culture
culture industry
society
cultural relativism
the totality of learned, socially transmitted customs, knowle…
the worldwide media industry that standardizes the goods and…
a fairly large number of people who live in the same territor…
the viewing of people's behavior from the perspective of thei…
culture
the totality of learned, socially transmitted customs, knowle…
culture industry
the worldwide media industry that standardizes the goods and…
5 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Karp Chp12 Control of Gene Expression, Glucocorticoid Receptor: Transcriptional Activation
glucocorticoid
response elements
GR
GRE
steroid hormones synthesized by the adrenal gland, such as co…
the sites at which transcription factors bind to the region f…
Glucocorticoid Receptor is a member of a superfamily of nucle…
Glucocorticoid Response Element is a specific DNA sequence to…
glucocorticoid
steroid hormones synthesized by the adrenal gland, such as co…
response elements
the sites at which transcription factors bind to the region f…
227 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Bio Midterm 3 Part 4
Charles Darwin
species are related to each other via…
Ernst Haeckel
Ernst Haeckel
Who wrote the "I think" passage?
What was the "I think" passage about?
Who was the German evolutionist/naturalist who was an amazing…
Who coined the terms "Ecology", "Phylum" and "Phylogeny"
Charles Darwin
Who wrote the "I think" passage?
species are related to each other via…
What was the "I think" passage about?
57 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Bio Midterm 3 Part 1
Charles Darwin
species are related to each other via…
Ernst Haeckel
Ernst Haeckel
Who wrote the "I think" passage?
What was the "I think" passage about?
Who was the German evolutionist/naturalist who was an amazing…
Who coined the terms "Ecology", "Phylum" and "Phylogeny"
Charles Darwin
Who wrote the "I think" passage?
species are related to each other via…
What was the "I think" passage about?
57 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Bio Midterm 3 Part 2
Branch
Node
Tip
Sister Taxa
populations through time (a lineage through time).
where an ancestral population splits into two descendent popu…
a branch's end; can represent extant or extinct taxa.
groups that occupy adjacent branches (close relatives).
Branch
populations through time (a lineage through time).
Node
where an ancestral population splits into two descendent popu…
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BILD 3 Conservation Biology
Define biodiversity and three ways of…
Identify ways in which biodiversity he…
Give examples of ecosystem services an…
Describe the major threats to biodiver…
...
...
...
...
Define biodiversity and three ways of…
...
Identify ways in which biodiversity he…
...
25 termscreated on December 2, 2016
sheep brain(still in progress)
dura mater
cerebrum
transverse fissure
longitudinal fissure
identify A
B
A
dura mater
cerebrum
identify A
19 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Biology Quarter 1 Lab Final
Compound light microscope
Rheostat
Condenser lens
Condenser iris diaphragm
relies on visible light to view the specimen, combines powers…
main source of light
lens located in the stage underneath the specimen to focus li…
lever that controls the opening of the condenser lens. Contro…
Compound light microscope
relies on visible light to view the specimen, combines powers…
Rheostat
main source of light
15 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Muscular System
Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis oris
Masseter
Rectus abdominis
Orbicularis oculi
Orbicularis oris
31 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Muscular Terms/Pictures
skeletal muscle
cardiac muscle
smooth muscle
sarcomere
Muscle tissue that is attached to the bones. This muscle is s…
Involuntary muscle tissue found only in the heart.
Muscle tissue in the walls of body organs such as the stomach…
Contractile unit of muscle
skeletal muscle
Muscle tissue that is attached to the bones. This muscle is s…
cardiac muscle
Involuntary muscle tissue found only in the heart.
7 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Biology Reviewer 4 - Enzymes
Active site
Substrate
Substrate Specificity
How do enzymes catalyze a chemical rea…
A region in the enzyme where the substrate molecule binds. It…
A reactant in a chemical reaction that is acted upon by an en…
The shape of the enzyme at the active site allows the enzyme…
by lowering the ACTIVATION ENERGY of the reaction
Active site
A region in the enzyme where the substrate molecule binds. It…
Substrate
A reactant in a chemical reaction that is acted upon by an en…
35 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Skeleton Terms
___________ is the lower jaw
___________ is the top of the skull
what are the 5 sections of the vertebr…
the cervical vertebrae has ____ verteb…
mandible
cranium
cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum, coccyx
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___________ is the lower jaw
mandible
___________ is the top of the skull
cranium
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Urinary
what are the three primary nitrogenous…
what is the most abundant nitrogenous…
nitrogenous wastes are removed by the…
the urinary system consists of what 4…
ammonia, urea, uric acid
urea
urinary system, urine
kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra
what are the three primary nitrogenous…
ammonia, urea, uric acid
what is the most abundant nitrogenous…
urea
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Biology Unit 2: Cell
microscope
magnification
resolution
contrast
helps us explore things we don't know... light passes through sp…
increase in an objects image size compared w actual size
ability of an instrument to show two nearby objects as separate
difference in color and light bw the objects and background
microscope
helps us explore things we don't know... light passes through sp…
magnification
increase in an objects image size compared w actual size
46 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Reproduction
what are gametes?
what are gametes produced by
sperm are produced by ______ and eggs…
the male gonads are held in the ________
sex cells (sperm and eggs)
gonads (sex glands)
testes, ovaries
scrotum
what are gametes?
sex cells (sperm and eggs)
what are gametes produced by
gonads (sex glands)
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3.3 The Animals
Radial Symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
Protostome
Deuterostome
symmetry around a central axis
Symmetry around a midline
an animal with bilateral symmetry, during embryonic developme…
an animal with bilateral symmetry, during embryonic developme…
Radial Symmetry
symmetry around a central axis
Bilateral Symmetry
Symmetry around a midline
50 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Biology Final!!
Biology
1. Made up of a common set of chemical…
Prokaryotes... 1. Archea ... 2. Bacteria
Eukaryotes
The scientific study of living organisms
Characteristics of living organisms
Single-celled organisms... Two kinds:
Have membrane-bound organelles
Biology
The scientific study of living organisms
1. Made up of a common set of chemical…
Characteristics of living organisms
16 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Tests for Cranial Nerves
Sniff Test
Candy Test
Snellen Chart Test
Pupillary Reflex Test
Cranial Nerve I - Olfactory
Cranial Nerve I - Olfactory
Cranial Nerve II - Optic Nerve
Cranial Nerve II - Optic Nerve
Sniff Test
Cranial Nerve I - Olfactory
Candy Test
Cranial Nerve I - Olfactory
24 termscreated on December 2, 2016
22
community
interspecific interactions
Intraspecific interactions
symbioses
a group of populations of different species that live close e…
interactions between individuals of different species... •Define…
interactions between members of the same species
when individuals of two species live in direct, intimate cont…
community
a group of populations of different species that live close e…
interspecific interactions
interactions between individuals of different species... •Define…
21 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Skeletal
What is the function of the skeletal s…
What is the location and structure of…
Osteon
Osteocytes
Support... Movement... Protection... Storage of Minerals ... Storage of F…
Found at the expanded head of bones and fills irregular bones…
repeating circular sructures that make up compact bone
mature bone cells (immobile)
What is the function of the skeletal s…
Support... Movement... Protection... Storage of Minerals ... Storage of F…
What is the location and structure of…
Found at the expanded head of bones and fills irregular bones…
35 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Infection
Transmission of Pathogens
Explain transfer of body fluids
Explain transmission by contact
Explain infection by droplets
- Transfer of body fluids... - transmission by contact... - Infecti…
...
...
...
Transmission of Pathogens
- Transfer of body fluids... - transmission by contact... - Infecti…
Explain transfer of body fluids
...
19 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Ch. 9
Kinship
Nuclear family
Descent groups
Lineages
system of meaning and power that cultures create to determine…
kinship unit of mother, father and children
long chains of connections from parents to children that reac…
type of descent group that traces genealogical connection thr…
Kinship
system of meaning and power that cultures create to determine…
Nuclear family
kinship unit of mother, father and children
7 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Final Review (Anatomy)
Anatomy
Physiology
Six Levels of Organization
Anatomical Position
-Structural make-up of an organism or any of its parts... -->Gr…
Branch of biology that deals with the functions of life or li…
1.) Chemical-Atoms molecules (i.e. water, sugar, fats, protei…
Standing straight up with palms, face, and toes facing forwar…
Anatomy
-Structural make-up of an organism or any of its parts... -->Gr…
Physiology
Branch of biology that deals with the functions of life or li…
65 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Endocrine
endocrine system
exocrine glands
endocrine glands
hormones
comprised mostly of glands, secrets hormones that move throug…
secretes their products into ducts that carry these products…
secretes their products directly into the bloodstream instead…
chemical signals that promote comm. between cells, body parts…
endocrine system
comprised mostly of glands, secrets hormones that move throug…
exocrine glands
secretes their products into ducts that carry these products…
21 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Bacteriology
Describe bacterial structure of colony…
Describe the results of Gram staining…
Describe a scenario for succession of…
Describe the ecology and control of ba…
...
...
...
...
Describe bacterial structure of colony…
...
Describe the results of Gram staining…
...
77 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Biology Exam 3 Vocab
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Reaction center
Photon
Photosynthetic organisms ... Ex: plants, alga, bacteria, eukaryo…
Eat food to get energy
This chlorophyll A can pass on excited electron to next stop
the quantum of electromagnetic radiation
Autotroph
Photosynthetic organisms ... Ex: plants, alga, bacteria, eukaryo…
Heterotroph
Eat food to get energy
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3.2 The Plants
Charophyte
Cuticle
Stoma
Bryophyte
the common name for organism in the order Charophyceae, green…
a waterproof, waxy coating produced by the epidermis of most…
a small opening in the epidermis of a plant that allows gas e…
a small seedless plant that lacks vascular tissue
Charophyte
the common name for organism in the order Charophyceae, green…
Cuticle
a waterproof, waxy coating produced by the epidermis of most…
6 termscreated on December 2, 2016
3.1 The Fungi
Mycelium
Hypha
Chitin
Dikaryotic
a branched mass of hyphae
a thin filament that makes up the body of a fungus
a complex chemical found in the cell walls of fungi and in th…
containing two separate nuclei
Mycelium
a branched mass of hyphae
Hypha
a thin filament that makes up the body of a fungus
28 termscreated on December 2, 2016
OFL Biology Unit 1
Enzyme
Catalyst
Homeostasis
Photosynthesis
A protein that catalyzes (speeds up) chemical reactions in li…
A substance that DECREASES the activation energy needed to st…
The maintenance of the constant internal conditions in an org…
The process used by plants in which light energy is converted…
Enzyme
A protein that catalyzes (speeds up) chemical reactions in li…
Catalyst
A substance that DECREASES the activation energy needed to st…
41 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Biology Final (nutrients)
textbook chapters to review
Labs to review
Metabolism
Nutrition
36, 37, 38, 47, 49
8: Nutritional Adaptations, 9a and 9b Transport Systems
All the chemical processes of an organism
Processes by which an organism takes in and utilizes food
textbook chapters to review
36, 37, 38, 47, 49
Labs to review
8: Nutritional Adaptations, 9a and 9b Transport Systems
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2.3 The Protists
Endosymbiosis
Haploid
Zygote
Diploid
a relationship in which a single - celled organism lives with…
a cell containing half the usual complement of chromosomes
a cell produced by the fusion of two gametes
a cell containing two copies of each chromosome
Endosymbiosis
a relationship in which a single - celled organism lives with…
Haploid
a cell containing half the usual complement of chromosomes
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B1- The Characteristics of Life and Cells
Nutrition
Excretion
Respiration
Sensitivity
Taking in of nutrients which are organic substances and miner…
Removal from organisms of toxic materials, the ease products…
chemical reactions that break down nutrient molecules in livi…
the ability to detect or sense changes in the environment (st…
Nutrition
Taking in of nutrients which are organic substances and miner…
Excretion
Removal from organisms of toxic materials, the ease products…
18 termscreated on December 2, 2016
DNA Replication
what is replication?
where does replication occur?
what is the first step of replication?
what is DNA helicase? during which ste…
when DNA makes an exact copy of itself during S stage of inte…
nucleus
DNA helicase unzips a DNA molecule by breaking the hydrogen b…
enzyme used in DNA replication that helps get rid of the hydr…
what is replication?
when DNA makes an exact copy of itself during S stage of inte…
where does replication occur?
nucleus
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Lab 11: Reproductive System
testes
seminiferous tubules
lobule
rete testis
produce sperm and testosterone
location where male gametes (sperm) are produced
consists of 1-3 seminiferous tubules
tubular network in teste
testes
produce sperm and testosterone
seminiferous tubules
location where male gametes (sperm) are produced
20 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Vocab. Set 5-Freshmen
symbiosis
tariff
technique
tempo
relationship in which two species live closely together
tax on imported goods
method
rhythm or beat
symbiosis
relationship in which two species live closely together
tariff
tax on imported goods
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Famous Scientists
expert in x ray crystallography who pr…
discovered that DNA and not proteins c…
built models; credited for discovering…
worked with s. pneumonia to discover t…
rosalind franklin
oswald avery
james watson and francis crick
frederick griffith
expert in x ray crystallography who pr…
rosalind franklin
discovered that DNA and not proteins c…
oswald avery
12 termscreated on December 2, 2016
2.2 Viruses, Viroids, and Prions
Virus
Capsid
RNA (Ribonecleic Acid)
Epidemic
a small infectious particle containing genetic material in th…
a protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA of a virus
a nucleic acid found in cells and some viruses, usually carri…
a large - scale outbreak of disease; usually confined to a li…
Virus
a small infectious particle containing genetic material in th…
Capsid
a protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA of a virus
20 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Chronister_ Nasolacrimal System
ST/lacrimal fossa
1. Medial Canthus and Lacrimal Lake
Aponeurosis of levator -->lacrimal gla…
12
Lacrimal gland responsible for tear production is located whe…
Tears DRIAN into what two structures?
_______ _______ divides the Lacrimal Gland into 2 lobes calle…
In order to enter the eye tears must exit through ducts. How…
ST/lacrimal fossa
Lacrimal gland responsible for tear production is located whe…
1. Medial Canthus and Lacrimal Lake
Tears DRIAN into what two structures?
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Cranial Nerves
Cranial Nerve I
Cranial Nerve II
Cranial Nerve III
Cranial Nerve IV
Optic ... Sensory... Sense of smell
Optic... Sensory... Sense of sight
Oculomotor... Motor... Eye muscles, open the eye & pupil constriction
Trochlear... Motor... Superior oblique moves eye down & out
Cranial Nerve I
Optic ... Sensory... Sense of smell
Cranial Nerve II
Optic... Sensory... Sense of sight
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Lesson 11 Biology
DNA polymerase
DNA polymerase I
DNA polymerase II
DNA polymerase III
a class of enzymes that all synthesize DNA from preexisting t…
replaced DNA primers with DNA
involved in DNA repair process
main replication enzyme
DNA polymerase
a class of enzymes that all synthesize DNA from preexisting t…
DNA polymerase I
replaced DNA primers with DNA
12 termscreated on December 2, 2016
2.1 The Prokaryotes, Eubacteria and Archaea
Pathogen
Mutualism
Antibiotic
Plasmid
a disease - causing agent often a virus or micro-organism
a relationship between two species that live in very close as…
a substance that can kill or weaken micro - organisms; natura…
a small loop of DNA often found in prokaryotic cells; usually…
Pathogen
a disease - causing agent often a virus or micro-organism
Mutualism
a relationship between two species that live in very close as…
471 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Marine Bio Semester 1 Final
Phylum Mollusca
Head foot
Visceral mass
Mollusk foot
Share similar developmental patterns and a common body plan t…
Region containing the head with its mouth and sensory organs…
Body region containing the other organ systems, including the…
Large muscle used for locomotion (escape, burrowing, movement…
Phylum Mollusca
Share similar developmental patterns and a common body plan t…
Head foot
Region containing the head with its mouth and sensory organs…
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Marine Bio Unit 4 Quest
Phylum Mollusca
Head foot
Visceral mass
Mollusk foot
Share similar developmental patterns and a common body plan t…
Region containing the head with its mouth and sensory organs…
Body region containing the other organ systems, including the…
Large muscle used for locomotion (escape, burrowing, movement…
Phylum Mollusca
Share similar developmental patterns and a common body plan t…
Head foot
Region containing the head with its mouth and sensory organs…
14 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Biology Chapter 6- Cellular Respiration
photosynthesis
autotrophs
heterotrophs
producers
plants convert energy of sunlight to the chemical energy of s…
organisms that make all their own organic matter
organisms that cannot make organic molecules from inorganic o…
plants and other autotrophs
photosynthesis
plants convert energy of sunlight to the chemical energy of s…
autotrophs
organisms that make all their own organic matter
25 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Biology Ch. 18 person
On Earth, what is responsible for the…
When confronted with environmental cha…
Almost all the living organisms on the…
The components of an ecosystem include:
The atmosphere
high genetic variability and short life spans
sun
Plants, animals, microorganisms, and abiotic factors
On Earth, what is responsible for the…
The atmosphere
When confronted with environmental cha…
high genetic variability and short life spans
20 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Lab 7 - Neuroanatomy
Optic nerve
Sclera
Cornea
Aqueous humor
Carries the action potentials generated by the eye to the bra…
The tough, outer covering of the eyeball. It is the white of…
Continuous with sclera on anterior surface. A clear structure…
Mostly water, but provides some proteins that provide nutrien…
Optic nerve
Carries the action potentials generated by the eye to the bra…
Sclera
The tough, outer covering of the eyeball. It is the white of…
383 termscreated on December 2, 2016
PSYC 100 Midterm 1, PSYC 100 Midterm 2
Abnormal psychology
Maladaptive Behaviors
Psychological dysfunction
Abnormal (textbook)
subject area concerned with the nature, causes, and developme…
Behaviors or thoughts or feelings that are harmful to you ... Be…
breakdown in cognitive, emotional, or behavioral functioning
behavioral, psychological, or biological dysfunctions that ar…
Abnormal psychology
subject area concerned with the nature, causes, and developme…
Maladaptive Behaviors
Behaviors or thoughts or feelings that are harmful to you ... Be…
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Stems List 10
nomen
psuedes
ab
aeros
name
false
away from
air
nomen
name
psuedes
false
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Stems List 9
renes
chroma
epi
telo
kidney
color
on
end
renes
kidney
chroma
color
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