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Chapter 6 Review - Chemistry in Biology
atom
nucleus
protons
neutrons
particles that are the building blocks of matter
the center of an atom
positively charged particles in the nucleus of an atom
particles that have no charge in the nucleus of an atom
atom
particles that are the building blocks of matter
nucleus
the center of an atom
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Biology - Chapter 6 Review
ion
isotope
lipids
pH
negatively or positively charged atom
atoms with the same number of protons and electrons but a dif…
type of organic compound that makes up the cell membrane and…
power of hydrogen - measure that determines the chance of cre…
ion
negatively or positively charged atom
isotope
atoms with the same number of protons and electrons but a dif…
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
Biology Chapter 6 Review
Compounds
Covalent Bond
Ionic Bond
2
2 or more elements chemically combined
A chemical bond that involves sharing a pair of electrons bet…
Formed when one or more electrons are transferred from one at…
The first energy level can hold up to ___ electrons.
Compounds
2 or more elements chemically combined
Covalent Bond
A chemical bond that involves sharing a pair of electrons bet…
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Biology Chapter 6 Terms
Gametes
Binary Fission
Gene
Chromosomes
An organism's reproductive cells, such as sperm or egg cells.
A form of asexual reproduction that produces identical offspr…
A segment of DNA that codes for a protein or RNa molecule.
The DNa and the proteins associated with DNA.
Gametes
An organism's reproductive cells, such as sperm or egg cells.
Binary Fission
A form of asexual reproduction that produces identical offspr…
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chapter 6 biology review
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
does mitosis or meiosis occur more fre…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
mitosis occurs throughout an organism's lifetime throughout m…
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
what is the difference between an auto…
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
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Biology Chapter 6
ATP and NADPH
G3P
Light, H2O, NADP+, and and ADP
By using photosynthesis
What is created in the Light Reaction?
What is created in the Calvin Cycle?
What comes in for the Light Reaction to work?
How does the autotroph eat?
ATP and NADPH
What is created in the Light Reaction?
G3P
What is created in the Calvin Cycle?
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Biology Chapter 6: Chemistry in Biology
acids
activation energy
active site
amino acids
substances that release hydrogen ions (H+) when they are diss…
the minimum amount of energy needed for reactants to form pro…
the specific location where a substrate binds on an enzyme.
small compounds that are made of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, hy…
acids
substances that release hydrogen ions (H+) when they are diss…
activation energy
the minimum amount of energy needed for reactants to form pro…
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Biology Vocab Chapter 6
Gametes
Binary fission
Gene
Chromosomes
An organism's reproductive cells, such as sperm or egg cells
A form of asexual reproduction in single-celled organisms by…
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a specific tr…
A single piece of coiled DNA and associated proteins found in…
Gametes
An organism's reproductive cells, such as sperm or egg cells
Binary fission
A form of asexual reproduction in single-celled organisms by…
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Chapter 6 Chemistry in Biology Review
6 + 12 + 6 = 24
18 (same number of protons and electro…
Draw the atomic structure of a sodium…
Draw a carbon chain with an unsaturate…
number of total atoms in C6H12O6
the number of electrons an atom with 18 protons and 17 neuron…
6 + 12 + 6 = 24
number of total atoms in C6H12O6
18 (same number of protons and electro…
the number of electrons an atom with 18 protons and 17 neuron…
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chapter 6 biology review
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
does mitosis or meiosis occur more fre…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
mitosis occurs throughout an organism's lifetime throughout m…
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
what is the difference between an auto…
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
6.1where are germ cells located in the…
6.1what is the difference between an a…
6.1is the cell results from fertilizat…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
6.1where are germ cells located in the…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
Chapter 6 Biology Review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
112 terms
chapter 6 biology review
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
does mitosis or meiosis occur more fre…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
mitosis occurs throughout an organism's lifetime throughout m…
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
what is the difference between an auto…
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
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Chapter 6 Review - Biology
atom
nucleus
protons
neutrons
particles that are the building blocks of matter
the center of an atom
positively charged particles in the nucleus of an atom
particles that have no charge in the nucleus of an atom
atom
particles that are the building blocks of matter
nucleus
the center of an atom
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Biology Chapter 6 Vocabulary Chemistry in Biology
atom
nucleus
proton
neutron
Building block of matter; contains subatomic particles: neutr…
Center of an atom; contains neutrons and protons.
Positively charged particle in an atom's nucleus.
Particle without a charge in an atom's nucleus.
atom
Building block of matter; contains subatomic particles: neutr…
nucleus
Center of an atom; contains neutrons and protons.
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Biology Chapter 6 Review
monoculture
renewable resource
nonrenewable resource
desertification
planting a single crop year after year
a resource that can be replaced
a resource that can not be replaced
lower land productivity
monoculture
planting a single crop year after year
renewable resource
a resource that can be replaced
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Biology Chapter 6 Review
- process by which most autotrophs con…
__________ ___________ are the 1st sta…
A plant can't perform photosyntesis wi…
- light energy is converted to chemica…
photosynthesis
light reactions
pigment
light reactions
- process by which most autotrophs con…
photosynthesis
__________ ___________ are the 1st sta…
light reactions
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Biology chapter 6 reviews
Anaphase II
Sex cells
Fertilized egg
Where cross over occurs
Centromeres separate, and the 2 chromatids of each chromosome…
Gametes
Zygote
Prophase I
Anaphase II
Centromeres separate, and the 2 chromatids of each chromosome…
Sex cells
Gametes
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chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
98 terms
chapter 6 biology review
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
does mitosis or meiosis occur more fre…
do you think the Y chromosome contains…
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
mitosis occurs throughout an organism's lifetime throughout m…
no, females do not have the Y chromosome, and they are able t…
what is the difference between an auto…
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
is the cell results from fertilization…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
117 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
BIOLOGY - Chapter 6 review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
56 terms
biology chapter 6 review
Living things are made out of organic…
What elements are crucial to the forma…
A monosaccaride is a simple
The carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms…
water
oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon
carbohydrate
covalent bonds
Living things are made out of organic…
water
What elements are crucial to the forma…
oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon
30 terms
Biology Chapter 6 Review
A kidney cell is an example of which t…
How many chromosomes are in a human ga…
Describe the genetic material a person…
The process of meiosis results in what?
somatic cell
23
22 autosomes and an X or Y chromosome
results in genetically identical cells
A kidney cell is an example of which t…
somatic cell
How many chromosomes are in a human ga…
23
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chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
88 terms
chapter 6 biology review
does mitosis or meiosis occur more fre…
somatic cell
gamete (germ cell)
homologous chromosome
mitosis occurs throughout an organism's lifetime throughout m…
cell that makes up all of the body tissues and organs, except…
sex cell ; an egg or sperm cell, that contains DNA that can p…
chromosomes that have the same length, appearance, and copies…
does mitosis or meiosis occur more fre…
mitosis occurs throughout an organism's lifetime throughout m…
somatic cell
cell that makes up all of the body tissues and organs, except…
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
29 terms
Biology Chapter 6
filter feeding
herbivore
carnivore
secrete
A way of getting food by straining it out of the water.
An animal that eats plants.
An animal that eats other animals.
Form and release, or give off.
filter feeding
A way of getting food by straining it out of the water.
herbivore
An animal that eats plants.
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
118 terms
chapter 6 biology review
6.1
where are germ cells located in the hu…
what is the difference between an auto…
is the cell results from fertilization…
chromosomes and meiosis
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
autosomes directly affect only body, where as sex chromosomes…
diploid; the combination of 23 chromosomes from the mother an…
6.1
chromosomes and meiosis
where are germ cells located in the hu…
in the reproductive organs (ovaries testes)
67 terms
CCS Biology Chapter 6 & 7
circulatory system
digestive system
endocrine system
excretory system
carries materials to and from the cells
breaks down food into a form that can be absorbed by the bloo…
produces hormones which regulate certain activities of the body
rids the body of wastes
circulatory system
carries materials to and from the cells
digestive system
breaks down food into a form that can be absorbed by the bloo…
36 terms
Biology Chapter 6 Review
Chromatin
Chromosomes
Diploid
Haploid
Long uncoiled strands of DNA... Growing time
Coiled strands of DNA... Division time
Somatic cell: body cells... Human: 46 chromosomes ... Paired chromo…
Gametes/germ cells: sex cells... Human: 23 chromosomes ... Unpaired…
Chromatin
Long uncoiled strands of DNA... Growing time
Chromosomes
Coiled strands of DNA... Division time
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Biology Vocab Chapter 6
Gametes
Binary fission
Gene
Chromosomes
An organism's reproductive cells, such as sperm or egg cells
A form of asexual reproduction in single-celled organisms by…
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a specific tr…
A single piece of coiled DNA and associated proteins found in…
Gametes
An organism's reproductive cells, such as sperm or egg cells
Binary fission
A form of asexual reproduction in single-celled organisms by…
43 terms
AP Biology (Campbell) Chapter 6
organelles
cytosol
eukaryotic cell
prokaryotic cell
membrane-enclosed structures within a eukaryotic cell
a jellylike substance where organelles and other components a…
Cell with a nucleus and membrane bound organelles
Cell with no nucleus nor membrane bound organelles
organelles
membrane-enclosed structures within a eukaryotic cell
cytosol
a jellylike substance where organelles and other components a…
43 terms
Chapter 6 - Chemistry in Biology
atom
compound
covalent bond
electron
building block of matter; contains subatomic particles--neutr…
pure substance with unique properties; formed when two or mor…
type of chemical bond formed when atoms share electrons
negatively charged particle that occupies space around an ato…
atom
building block of matter; contains subatomic particles--neutr…
compound
pure substance with unique properties; formed when two or mor…
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