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Biology 30 Alberta: genetics
Point mutation
Haploid
Diploid
Characteristics of a cancer cell
One base pair is removed and replaced by a different base pai…
Any cell having one complete set of DNA.
Any cell having 2 complete sets of DNA.
Divide faster, don't communicate with surrounding cells, smal…
Point mutation
One base pair is removed and replaced by a different base pai…
Haploid
Any cell having one complete set of DNA.
Alberta Biology 30: The Brain
Name & describe the functions of the 4…
What is the function of the cerebrum?
What is the corpus callosum? (not curr…
What is the function of the medulla ob…
frontal = controls voluntary movement, speech, intellect, per…
receives & processes sensory information, memory storage, com…
connects hemispheres; allows them to communicate
connects PNS & CNS; coordinates functions of autonomic nervou…
Name & describe the functions of the 4…
frontal = controls voluntary movement, speech, intellect, per…
What is the function of the cerebrum?
receives & processes sensory information, memory storage, com…
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Biology 30 Alberta - Reproduction and Embryology
Kidney
Ureter
Bladder
Urethra
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
Stores urine.
Common duct for the excretion of urine and semen from ejacula…
Kidney
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Ureter
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
59 terms
Biology 30 (Alberta) - Reproduction and Embryology
Kidney
Ureter
Bladder
Urethra
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
Stores urine.
Common duct for the excretion of urine and semen from ejacula…
Kidney
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Ureter
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
59 terms
Biology 30 (Alberta) - Reproduction and Embryology
Kidney
Ureter
Bladder
Urethra
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
Stores urine.
Common duct for the excretion of urine and semen from ejacula…
Kidney
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Ureter
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
25 terms
Social 30-1 (Alberta)
Point of View
Perspective
Indiviualism
Collectivism
...
...
...
...
Point of View
...
Perspective
...
81 terms
Alberta Science 10 Chemistry
chemical reaction
chemical change
reactant
product
a process by which one or more substances change to form a di…
a chemical reaction
a substance that undergoes a chemical reaction
a substance that is formed in a chemical reaction
chemical reaction
a process by which one or more substances change to form a di…
chemical change
a chemical reaction
51 terms
Alberta Biology 30: Endocrine System
What is an endocrine gland?
What is an exocrine gland?
What kind of gland is the pancreas?
What are the two types of hormones?
Ductless; secretes hormones directly into the bloodstream; mi…
Ducts; secret chemicals directly to target site; local area
Both exo and endo.
Steroid/nonsteroid
What is an endocrine gland?
Ductless; secretes hormones directly into the bloodstream; mi…
What is an exocrine gland?
Ducts; secret chemicals directly to target site; local area
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Biology 30 Alberta - Reproduction and Embryology
Bladder
Urethra
Testes
Epididymis
Stores urine.
Common duct for the excretion of urine and semen from ejacula…
Produces sperm under the influence of FSH and testosterone un…
Involved in sperm maturation (first 2/3rd's) - last 3rd is in…
Bladder
Stores urine.
Urethra
Common duct for the excretion of urine and semen from ejacula…
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Alberta Biology 30 Reproductive System
Two types of reproduction
Prostaglandins
Cowpers Gland
In males, hypothalamus secretes...
Asexual... Sexual
Hormone causing vagina to have inward contractions to keep sp…
AKA: Bulbourethral gland. Secretes an alkaine pre-ejaculate f…
...Gonadotropic-releasing hormone.
Two types of reproduction
Asexual... Sexual
Prostaglandins
Hormone causing vagina to have inward contractions to keep sp…
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Alberta Biology 30: Reproduction & Development
What is the difference between primary…
What is the process of creating a zygo…
What kinds of sex chromosomes can a sp…
What is the function of the scrotum?
primary = direct role in reproduction (gonads)... secondary = fe…
fertilization; 46 chromosomes
sperm = X or Y... egg = only X
highly elastic skin; holds testes outside of body for optimal…
What is the difference between primary…
primary = direct role in reproduction (gonads)... secondary = fe…
What is the process of creating a zygo…
fertilization; 46 chromosomes
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Alberta Biology 30: Nervous System
What are the two divisions of the nerv…
What are the two components of the cen…
What two pathways can the peripheral n…
What is the difference between the som…
central & peripheral
brain & spinal cord
sensory & motor
somatic = voluntary control ... autonomic = involuntary control…
What are the two divisions of the nerv…
central & peripheral
What are the two components of the cen…
brain & spinal cord
49 terms
Biology 30 Alberta: Reproduction & Development
What is the difference between primary…
What is the process of creating a zygo…
What kinds of sex chromosomes can a sp…
What is the function of the scrotum?
primary = direct role in reproduction (gonads)... secondary = fe…
fertilization; 46 chromosomes
sperm = X or Y... egg = only X
highly elastic skin; holds testes outside of body for optimal…
What is the difference between primary…
primary = direct role in reproduction (gonads)... secondary = fe…
What is the process of creating a zygo…
fertilization; 46 chromosomes
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Alberta Biology 30: The Eye & Ear
What kind of receptor is the eye?
What are the three layers of the eye?
What is the function of the sclera?
What is the function of the cornea?
photoreceptor
sclera, choroid, retina
outer white layer; protects & provides shape
transparent covering; protects eyes; bends light towards the…
What kind of receptor is the eye?
photoreceptor
What are the three layers of the eye?
sclera, choroid, retina
51 terms
Biology 30 Alberta: Endocrine System
What is an endocrine gland?
What is an exocrine gland?
What kind of gland is the pancreas?
What are the two types of hormones?
Ductless; secretes hormones directly into the bloodstream; mi…
Ducts; secret chemicals directly to target site; local area
Both exo and endo.
Steroid/nonsteroid
What is an endocrine gland?
Ductless; secretes hormones directly into the bloodstream; mi…
What is an exocrine gland?
Ducts; secret chemicals directly to target site; local area
21 terms
Biology 30 Alberta: The Eye & Ear
What kind of receptor is the eye?
What are the three layers of the eye?
What is the function of the sclera?
What is the function of the cornea?
photoreceptor
sclera, choroid, retina
outer white layer; protects & provides shape
transparent covering; protects eyes; bends light towards the…
What kind of receptor is the eye?
photoreceptor
What are the three layers of the eye?
sclera, choroid, retina
34 terms
Biology 30 Alberta: Nervous System
What are the two divisions of the nerv…
What are the two components of the cen…
What two pathways can the peripheral n…
What is the difference between the som…
central & peripheral
brain & spinal cord
sensory & motor
somatic = voluntary control ... autonomic = involuntary control…
What are the two divisions of the nerv…
central & peripheral
What are the two components of the cen…
brain & spinal cord
18 terms
Alberta Social 30-1 Module 2
competition
direct democracy
divine right of kings
economic freedom
in terms of economics, the concept that those who produce and…
a governmental system in which all eligible citizens vote dir…
the theory that absolute monarchs held power because God chos…
the concept that individuals should be able to own property a…
competition
in terms of economics, the concept that those who produce and…
direct democracy
a governmental system in which all eligible citizens vote dir…
21 terms
Alberta Social 30-1 module 5
alignment
brinkmanship
cold war
containment
a situation in which countries share a similar ideology and f…
a diplomatic approach that involves escalating a conflict in…
a conflict, without an actual war, characterized by tension a…
a policy or collection of policies aimed at stopping the spre…
alignment
a situation in which countries share a similar ideology and f…
brinkmanship
a diplomatic approach that involves escalating a conflict in…
81 terms
Alberta science 10 unit Chemistry review
chemical reaction
chemical change
reactant
product
a process by which one or more substances change to form a di…
a chemical reaction
a substance that undergoes a chemical reaction
a substance that is formed in a chemical reaction
chemical reaction
a process by which one or more substances change to form a di…
chemical change
a chemical reaction
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Alberta Social 30-1 Module 4
absolute monarchy
anti-Semitism
archetypal
atrocity
an authoritarian government headed by a hereditary monarch
hatred and prejudice directed at people of Jewish faith or or…
classic; the example on which others are based
an act of violence or cruelty viewed as exceptionally shockin…
absolute monarchy
an authoritarian government headed by a hereditary monarch
anti-Semitism
hatred and prejudice directed at people of Jewish faith or or…
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Literary Terms English 30-1 ALBERTA
Allegory
Alliteration
Allusion
Analogy
The representation of ideas or moral principles by means of s…
The repetition of a constant sound to create rhythm and aid m…
A brief reference to a historical or literary person. place,…
The comparison of two similar to suggest that if they are ali…
Allegory
The representation of ideas or moral principles by means of s…
Alliteration
The repetition of a constant sound to create rhythm and aid m…
52 terms
Biology 30 Alberta: Cells, Chromosomes and DNA
Cell Phases:
G1
S phase
G2 phas
1. Interphase ... 2. mitosis ... 3. Cytokenesis
Growth and protein synthesis (interphase begins in daughter c…
DNA replication (DNA duplicated)
Growth and protein synthesis
Cell Phases:
1. Interphase ... 2. mitosis ... 3. Cytokenesis
G1
Growth and protein synthesis (interphase begins in daughter c…
33 terms
Chapter 13 Biology 30 Alberta: Nervous System
What are the two divisions of the nerv…
What are the two components of the cen…
What two pathways can the peripheral n…
What is the difference between the som…
central & peripheral
brain & spinal cord
sensory & motor
somatic = voluntary control (except reflex arc)... autonomic = i…
What are the two divisions of the nerv…
central & peripheral
What are the two components of the cen…
brain & spinal cord
54 terms
Alberta Bio 30 Chapters 16-18
Mendel's Laws of Segregation
Mendel's Law of Independent Assortment
Mendel's Law of Dominance
Genotype vs Phenotype
Mendel's first law of inheritance, stating that that all indi…
Mendel's second law of inheritance, stating that the two alle…
Mendel's third law of dominance states that one of the factor…
The genotype of an organism is the genetic code in its cells.…
Mendel's Laws of Segregation
Mendel's first law of inheritance, stating that that all indi…
Mendel's Law of Independent Assortment
Mendel's second law of inheritance, stating that the two alle…
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Biology 30 Alberta - Reproduction and Embryology (without images)
Kidney
Ureter
Bladder
Urethra
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
Stores urine.
Common duct for the excretion of urine and semen from ejacula…
Kidney
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Ureter
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
49 terms
Alberta Biology 30: ch. 16 Reproduction & Development
What is the difference between primary…
What is the process of creating a zygo…
What kinds of sex chromosomes can a sp…
What is the function of the scrotum?
primary = direct role in reproduction (gonads)... secondary = fe…
fertilization; 46 chromosomes
sperm = X or Y... egg = only X
highly elastic skin; holds testes outside of body for optimal…
What is the difference between primary…
primary = direct role in reproduction (gonads)... secondary = fe…
What is the process of creating a zygo…
fertilization; 46 chromosomes
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Biology 30 Alberta: Population and Community Dynamics
How does mutation lead to gene pools c…
How does natural selection lead to gen…
How does non-random mating lead to gen…
How does gene flow lead to gene pools…
alleles mutate into another form; important for variation
not all individuals have ability to produce offspring; "survi…
mating based on proximity and preference; not all individuals…
migration; lose via emigration; gain via immigration
How does mutation lead to gene pools c…
alleles mutate into another form; important for variation
How does natural selection lead to gen…
not all individuals have ability to produce offspring; "survi…
184 terms
Canada Alberta Social 30-1/-2
Liberalism
Classical Liberals
Modern Liberalism
Classical Conservative
...
...
...
...
Liberalism
...
Classical Liberals
...
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Biology 30 Alberta - Reproduction and Embryology (without images)
Kidney
Ureter
Bladder
Urethra
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
Stores urine.
Common duct for the excretion of urine and semen from ejacula…
Kidney
Filters blood of impurities (eg. Urea) and produces urine.
Ureter
Transports urine to the bladder for storage.
39 terms
Alberta Biology 30: Population and Community Dynamics
How does mutation lead to gene pools c…
How does natural selection lead to gen…
How does non-random mating lead to gen…
How does gene flow lead to gene pools…
alleles mutate into another form; important for variation
not all individuals have ability to produce offspring; "survi…
mating based on proximity and preference; not all individuals…
migration; lose via emigration; gain via immigration
How does mutation lead to gene pools c…
alleles mutate into another form; important for variation
How does natural selection lead to gen…
not all individuals have ability to produce offspring; "survi…
52 terms
Biology 30 Alberta Unit 1: Cells, Chromosomes and DNA
Cell Phases:
G1
S phase
G2 phas
1. Interphase ... 2. mitosis ... 3. Cytokenesis
Growth and protein synthesis (interphase begins in daughter c…
DNA replication (DNA duplicated)
Growth and protein synthesis
Cell Phases:
1. Interphase ... 2. mitosis ... 3. Cytokenesis
G1
Growth and protein synthesis (interphase begins in daughter c…
29 terms
Alberta Social 30-1 Module 3 part 2
levels of government
leverage
majority government
minority government
a system in which power and responsibility is divided between…
in economic terms, borrowing money from others for the purpos…
in a parliamentary system, this term describes a situation wh…
in a parliamentary system, this term describes a situation wh…
levels of government
a system in which power and responsibility is divided between…
leverage
in economic terms, borrowing money from others for the purpos…
21 terms
Alberta Social 30-1 Module 3 part 1
Alan Greenspan
amendment
bank run
bill
the chairman of the United States Federal Reserve from 1987 t…
a change made to a constitution, contract, or other formal do…
a situation in which large depositors at a bank attempt to wi…
a proposed law under consideration by the government
Alan Greenspan
the chairman of the United States Federal Reserve from 1987 t…
amendment
a change made to a constitution, contract, or other formal do…
41 terms
Alberta Biology 30 - Ch.17 Cell Division (Mitosis and Meiosis)
cell division that produces two daught…
division of the cytoplasm after the nu…
a plate that develops at the midpoint…
a groove formed from the cell membrane…
Mitosis
Cytokinesis
Cell Plate
Cleavage Furrow
cell division that produces two daught…
Mitosis
division of the cytoplasm after the nu…
Cytokinesis
29 terms
Chapter 14 Biology 30 Alberta: Senses, The Eye & Ear
What kind of receptor is the eye?
What are the three layers of the eye?
What is the function of the sclera?
What is the function of the cornea?
photoreceptor
sclera, choroid, retina
outer white layer; protects & provides shape
transparent covering; protects eyes; bends light towards the…
What kind of receptor is the eye?
photoreceptor
What are the three layers of the eye?
sclera, choroid, retina
52 terms
Biology 30 Alberta Unit C: Cells, Chromosomes and DNA
Cell Phases:
G1
S phase
G2 phas
1. Interphase ... 2. mitosis ... 3. Cytokenesis
Growth and protein synthesis (interphase begins in daughter c…
DNA replication (DNA duplicated)
Growth and protein synthesis
Cell Phases:
1. Interphase ... 2. mitosis ... 3. Cytokenesis
G1
Growth and protein synthesis (interphase begins in daughter c…
52 terms
Biology 30 Alberta 17-18 Cells, Chromosomes and DNA
Cell Phases:
G1
S phase
G2 phas
1. Interphase ... 2. mitosis ... 3. Cytokenesis
Growth and protein synthesis (interphase begins in daughter c…
DNA replication (DNA duplicated)
Growth and protein synthesis
Cell Phases:
1. Interphase ... 2. mitosis ... 3. Cytokenesis
G1
Growth and protein synthesis (interphase begins in daughter c…
20 terms
Social Studies 30-2 Related issue 1 Alberta
Ideology
Conformist
Conservative
Liberal
A consistent set of beliefs by groups/individuals
follower of customs
A political viewpoint disposed to preserve existing condition…
A person whose views favor more govt involvement in business,…
Ideology
A consistent set of beliefs by groups/individuals
Conformist
follower of customs
12 terms
Chemistry Chemical Bonding Units 5-8 Alberta Curriculum
Orbital
Valence Orbitals
Cation
Anion
a region in space around an atoms nucleus in which an electro…
volumes of space that can be occupied by electrons in an atom…
a positive ion that's formed when an electron loses electrons…
a negative ion is formed when an atom gains electrons to beco…
Orbital
a region in space around an atoms nucleus in which an electro…
Valence Orbitals
volumes of space that can be occupied by electrons in an atom…
124 terms
Chemistry 30 Final Preparation
Define rate
What is the collision theory?
What is activation energy?
What is the activated complex aka tran…
measures changes that occur in a time interval. (mol/sec)
atoms, ions, and molecules can react to form products when th…
minimum energy required to cause a reaction
unstable arrangement of atoms at peak of the activation energ…
Define rate
measures changes that occur in a time interval. (mol/sec)
What is the collision theory?
atoms, ions, and molecules can react to form products when th…
10 terms
Chemistry 30
Selenium
Bromine
Krypton
Sliver
Se
Br
Kr
Ag
Selenium
Se
Bromine
Br
45 terms
Chemistry 30 Equilibrium
Define rate
What is the collision theory?
What is activation energy?
What is the activated complex aka tran…
measures changes that occur in a time interval. (mol/sec)
atoms, ions, and molecules can react to form products when th…
minimum energy required to react
unstable arrangement of atoms at peak of the activation energ…
Define rate
measures changes that occur in a time interval. (mol/sec)
What is the collision theory?
atoms, ions, and molecules can react to form products when th…
32 terms
Chemistry 30
What is the major source of ALL energy…
Chemical Formula + Heat of Reaction fo…
Chemical Formula + Heat of reaction fo…
Endothermic Reactions (Bond Energy Rea…
The Sun
6 CO2(g) + 6 H2O (l) + 2802.5 KJ -->1 C6H12O6(s) + 6O2 (g)
C6H12O6(s) + 6 O2 (g) --> 6 CO2 (g)+ 6H2O(l) +2802.5 KJ
Bond Breaking is Bigger than Bond making
What is the major source of ALL energy…
The Sun
Chemical Formula + Heat of Reaction fo…
6 CO2(g) + 6 H2O (l) + 2802.5 KJ -->1 C6H12O6(s) + 6O2 (g)
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Chemistry 30
what alcohol do people consume?
what does unsaturated mean?
what does saturated mean?
what is the formula for benzene?
Ethanol
double/triple bonds
single bonds
C6H6
what alcohol do people consume?
Ethanol
what does unsaturated mean?
double/triple bonds
25 terms
Chemistry 30
Pure Substance
Mixture
Homogeneous
Heterogeneous
Contain either only one type of atom (as in elements) or only…
More then one type of atom and/or molecule.
Have easily distinguished components. (Also called solutions)
Mixed at molecular level. Components are indistinguishable (c…
Pure Substance
Contain either only one type of atom (as in elements) or only…
Mixture
More then one type of atom and/or molecule.
34 terms
Chemistry 30
Open System
Closed System
Isolated System
First Law of Thermodynamics
A system in which matter and energy are able to enter and lea…
A system in which only energy can enter or leave.
A system in which neither matter nor energy can enter or leave.
The total energy of the universe is constant. Energy can be c…
Open System
A system in which matter and energy are able to enter and lea…
Closed System
A system in which only energy can enter or leave.
19 terms
Chemistry 30+
Sr
I
w
Rn
Strontium
iodine
Tungsten
Radon
Sr
Strontium
I
iodine
Chemistry 30
Calorimetry
Enthalpy
Molar enthalpy
Endothermic
Study of heat change in a calorimeter.
Thermal energy (KJ)
Thermal energy per mole (KJ/mol)
Reaction takes in heat from surroundings. Example: barium hyd…
Calorimetry
Study of heat change in a calorimeter.
Enthalpy
Thermal energy (KJ)
CHEMISTRY 30
Sm
Eu
Gd
Tb
Samarium
Europium
Gadolinium
Terbium
Sm
Samarium
Eu
Europium
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