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Intro to Biology Objectives Study Guide
Seven Characteristics of Life
Homeostasis
Organization
Metabolism/ Energy Use
homeostasis... organization ... metabolism ... growth ... adaption ... respo…
state of balance within the body (human body temperature, hum…
organisms are arranged in a specific structure/ have speciali…
breaks down food to produce energy along with undergoing othe…
Seven Characteristics of Life
homeostasis... organization ... metabolism ... growth ... adaption ... respo…
Homeostasis
state of balance within the body (human body temperature, hum…
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Fall Final Review Guide: Objective
Christopher Columbus
Vasco de Gama
Pilgrims
Puritans
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
Portuguese explorer who started exploring the east African co…
Group of English Protestant dissenters who established Plymou…
A religious group who wanted to purify the Church of England.…
Christopher Columbus
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
Vasco de Gama
Portuguese explorer who started exploring the east African co…
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Advanced Biology Objective Study Guide
Human chromosome number
sex chromosomes
Autosomes
Haploid
46 total chromosomes... Chromosomes are thread-like molecules th…
The sex chromosomes are referred to as X and Y, and their com…
Autosomes are numbered chromosomes that contain genes for any…
Haploid cells are cells that contain only one complete set of…
Human chromosome number
46 total chromosomes... Chromosomes are thread-like molecules th…
sex chromosomes
The sex chromosomes are referred to as X and Y, and their com…
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Fish Objectives Test Review Guide
Osteichythes (description and examples)
Chondrichythes
Function of snout
Function of dorsal fins
-bony fish... -homocercal tail... -ex) porgy and bluefish
-cartilaginous fish... -heterocercal tail... -ex) skate and tiger s…
help with smell
stabilization and turning
Osteichythes (description and examples)
-bony fish... -homocercal tail... -ex) porgy and bluefish
Chondrichythes
-cartilaginous fish... -heterocercal tail... -ex) skate and tiger s…
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Biology objective review
What is the term for a feature that al…
All the individuals of a species that…
Which scientist developed a classifica…
Natural selection results in change ov…
Adaptation
Population
Linnaeus
Genetic variation
What is the term for a feature that al…
Adaptation
All the individuals of a species that…
Population
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Fall Final Review Guide: Objective
Christopher Columbus
Vasco de Gama
Pilgrims
Puritans
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
Portuguese explorer who started exploring the east African co…
Group of English Protestant dissenters who established Plymou…
A religious group who wanted to purify the Church of England.…
Christopher Columbus
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
Vasco de Gama
Portuguese explorer who started exploring the east African co…
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Biology Objectives Semester 2 Review
DNA
RNA
mRNA
Nucleotide
deoxyribonucleic acid, shaped like a double helix
ribonucleic acid, includes the nitrogen base uracil
messenger ribonucleic acid
basic unit of a nucleic acid; composed of 5 carbon sugar, nit…
DNA
deoxyribonucleic acid, shaped like a double helix
RNA
ribonucleic acid, includes the nitrogen base uracil
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Biology Review Guide Vocabulary
Polar
Nonpolar
Hydrophilic
Hydrophobic
Describes a molecule with opposite charges on opposite ends.…
Hydrophobic
Attracted to water.
insoluble in water
Polar
Describes a molecule with opposite charges on opposite ends.…
Nonpolar
Hydrophobic
Biology final Review guide
Who developed the classification system?
What is binomial nomenclature
What's the proper way to write the gen…
7 taxa of the classification system
Linnaeus
assigning a two-part scientific name
first genus, then species (in italics)
genus, species, family, order, class, phylum, kingdom... King Ph…
Who developed the classification system?
Linnaeus
What is binomial nomenclature
assigning a two-part scientific name
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Fall Final Review Guide: Objective
Christopher Columbus
Vasco de Gama
Pilgrims
Puritans
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
Portuguese explorer who started exploring the east African co…
Group of English Protestant dissenters who established Plymou…
A religious group who wanted to purify the Church of England.…
Christopher Columbus
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
Vasco de Gama
Portuguese explorer who started exploring the east African co…
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Biology Review Guide
Many of the macromolecules are made of…
When the monomer units come together t…
4 Macromolecules
Monomer
Monomers
Polymers
Nucleic Acids, Carbohydrate, Proteins, Lipid (Triglyceride)
Monosaccharides, Amino Acids, 1 glycerol and 3 fatty acids
Many of the macromolecules are made of…
Monomers
When the monomer units come together t…
Polymers
BIOLOGY TRIMESTER REVIEW GUIDE
ORGANIC
ELECTRON
COVALENT BOND
CHEMICAL REACTION
Related to an organism. (contains carbon)
Subatomic particle with a negative electric charge.
A chemical bond that involves sharing a pair of electrons bet…
A change in which one or more substances are converted into n…
ORGANIC
Related to an organism. (contains carbon)
ELECTRON
Subatomic particle with a negative electric charge.
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Biology Genetics Unit Review Guide
mitosis
stages of mitosis
genetic engineering
genome
process in which the nucleus divides to form identical nuclei
Interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
biological and chemical methods to change DNA sequence
Chart showing the location of individual genes on a chromosome
mitosis
process in which the nucleus divides to form identical nuclei
stages of mitosis
Interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
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Biology Midterm Review Guide
Its attraction to polar molecules
High Specific Heat:
Heat of Vaporization:
The lower density of ice:
...
the amount of heat that must be absorbed or lost for 1 gram o…
the amount of heat needed to concert liquid into gas
caused by the arrangement of hydrogen bonds that allows ice t…
Its attraction to polar molecules
...
High Specific Heat:
the amount of heat that must be absorbed or lost for 1 gram o…
Biology: Chapter One Objective Review
Relate the relevance of biology to a p…
Describe the importance of biology in…
List the characteristics of living thi…
Summarize the hierarchy of organizatio…
Biology, the study of life, directly applies to your health,…
By studying biology, you can make informed decisions on issue…
Organization of cells, homeostasis, metabolism, growth and de…
atom, biomolecules, organelles, cell, tissues, organs, organ…
Relate the relevance of biology to a p…
Biology, the study of life, directly applies to your health,…
Describe the importance of biology in…
By studying biology, you can make informed decisions on issue…
Biology midterm review guide
Characteristics of Life
Organisms response to nature
Biology
Scientific Method
Response to enviornment... Growth and change... Ability to reproduc…
Adaptation
The study of living organisms
A procedure consisting of systematic observation, measurement…
Characteristics of Life
Response to enviornment... Growth and change... Ability to reproduc…
Organisms response to nature
Adaptation
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Biology Review Guide
Ecological succession
Primary succession
Primary succession examples
Secondary succession
gradual change in living communities that follows a disturbance
An ecological succession that begins in an area where no biot…
Volcanic island, Retreating glacier, and sand dunes
Succession following a disturbance that destroys a community…
Ecological succession
gradual change in living communities that follows a disturbance
Primary succession
An ecological succession that begins in an area where no biot…
biology review guide finals
Mestasis
Malignant tumor
Benign Tumor
describe at least one important way th…
when a cerceous tumor spreads to other parts of the body
A tumor that is cancerous and has the ability to metastisize
a tumor that is not cancerous and doesn't have the ability to…
cancer cells easily break off from the tissue they are attach…
Mestasis
when a cerceous tumor spreads to other parts of the body
Malignant tumor
A tumor that is cancerous and has the ability to metastisize
Biology EOC Review Guide
What are the three parts of the cell t…
What are the name of four scientists i…
What is the definition of a scientific…
What is the definitions of a scientifi…
The three parts of the cell theory are: (1) all living things…
...
...
...
What are the three parts of the cell t…
The three parts of the cell theory are: (1) all living things…
What are the name of four scientists i…
...
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Biology Final Review guide
Autotrophs
Carnivores
Autotrophs and producers
Heterotroph and herbivore
Organisms that make their own food
Organisms that eat meat for energy
Plants are both called
Example of a deer
Autotrophs
Organisms that make their own food
Carnivores
Organisms that eat meat for energy
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Chp 10 Biology Review Guide
Cell Division
Asexual Reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
Chromosomes
can be a form of reproduction
-quick ... -all offspring can be identical... -requires 1 individual
-slow... -all offspring are genetically unique ... -requires a mate
-genetic info bundled into packages of DNA... -makes it possible…
Cell Division
can be a form of reproduction
Asexual Reproduction
-quick ... -all offspring can be identical... -requires 1 individual
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Biology Final Review Guide
what is the definition of biology?
what is the definition of life?
what are the 8 characteristics of livi…
what is the hierarchical organization…
the study of life and living things
an organismic state characterized by capacity for metabolism,…
1. use energy... 2. maintain their internal order... 3. interact wi…
atom, molecule, organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organism, pop…
what is the definition of biology?
the study of life and living things
what is the definition of life?
an organismic state characterized by capacity for metabolism,…
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Cellular Biology Review Guide
What are the three types of cell theory?
What type of organisms are prokaryotes?
What type of organisms have a cell wall?
What type of organisms are eukaryotes?
1. Cells are the basic structure and function of a living thi…
Bacteria
Plant cells
Plants, animals, fungi, and algae
What are the three types of cell theory?
1. Cells are the basic structure and function of a living thi…
What type of organisms are prokaryotes?
Bacteria
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Biology genetics review guide
Pedigree
Incomplete
Mendel
Homozygous
Tool for tracing a trait through a family
Type of dominance that produces a blending of traits
Father of genetics
Having 2 identical traits
Pedigree
Tool for tracing a trait through a family
Incomplete
Type of dominance that produces a blending of traits
Biology homeostasis review guide
What characteristics are shared by all…
Energy
DNA
Metabolism
Ability to reproduce, Energy, Cells and the ability to respon…
The ability to cause a change or do work
Genetic material that is passed on via reproduction
Chemical processes that build up or break down materials.
What characteristics are shared by all…
Ability to reproduce, Energy, Cells and the ability to respon…
Energy
The ability to cause a change or do work
Review Guide: Biology Semester 1
activation energy
4 macro molecules, list their function…
first identified cells
3 parts of the cell theory and who are…
all the energy that is needed to get a reaction started
proteins--> control rate of reactions and regulate cell proce…
Robert Hooke
living things are made up of cells--> Schieden... cells basic un…
activation energy
all the energy that is needed to get a reaction started
4 macro molecules, list their function…
proteins--> control rate of reactions and regulate cell proce…
Biology review guide
Griffiths experiment
Avery's experiment
Hershey chase experiment
Structure of DNA
Experiment using two types of a bacteria that discovered that…
Experiment that determined that DNA was the transforming subs…
Experiment used virus's to determine that DNA was the genetic…
Made of nucleotides which are made of a sugar, a phosphate, a…
Griffiths experiment
Experiment using two types of a bacteria that discovered that…
Avery's experiment
Experiment that determined that DNA was the transforming subs…
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AP Biology Final Review Guide
What are the most common elements in a…
ionic bond
covalent bond
hydrogen bonds
CHONPS
transfer electrons
share electrons; polar (unequal) & non-polar (equal)
weak, between hydrogen & (-) items
What are the most common elements in a…
CHONPS
ionic bond
transfer electrons
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Biology 112 review guide 2
Plasma membrane
Nuclear membrane
Cytoplasm
Nuclearplasm
Fluid mosaic model... (made of phospholipid bilayer, proteins a…
membrane around nucleus
"cell fluid" all fluid in cell except nucleus
"center fluid" fluid inside nucleus
Plasma membrane
Fluid mosaic model... (made of phospholipid bilayer, proteins a…
Nuclear membrane
membrane around nucleus
Biology Review Guide
Population Growth
Limiting Factors
Density-Dependent
Density-Indpendent
Birth rate > Death rate, immigration, exponential growth
Death rate > Birth Rate, competition, predation, disease, par…
Competition, predation, parasitism, disease
Weather, natural disasters, human activities
Population Growth
Birth rate > Death rate, immigration, exponential growth
Limiting Factors
Death rate > Birth Rate, competition, predation, disease, par…
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Biology Review Guide
Diffusion
Osmosis
Concentration Gradient
Hypotonic
Process by which particles tend to move from an area where th…
Diddusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane
Is the process of particles, which are sometimes called solut…
When comparing two solutions, the solution with the lesser co…
Diffusion
Process by which particles tend to move from an area where th…
Osmosis
Diddusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane
Biology review guide
Prokaryotes
Eukaryotes
Organelles
Cell membranes
Single celled organisms that lack internal structures surroun…
Single celled and multicellular organisms that have calls con…
Inside eukaryotic cells with membrane bound structures.
Serve as the boundary between the cell and it's external envi…
Prokaryotes
Single celled organisms that lack internal structures surroun…
Eukaryotes
Single celled and multicellular organisms that have calls con…
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Biology Chapter Review Guide
Photosynthesis
Almost all life is dependent on solar…
Chloroplast
Mesophyll cells
Converts solar energy into the potential chemical energy of a…
1) Photosynthetic organisms use solar energy to produce organ…
Organelles that carry on photosynthesis
In the middle of a leaf house chloroplasts
Photosynthesis
Converts solar energy into the potential chemical energy of a…
Almost all life is dependent on solar…
1) Photosynthetic organisms use solar energy to produce organ…
Biology Final Review Guide
Purpose of the Immune System
Lymph
Lymph Nodes
Lymph Vessels
To protect the body from infection
Fluid containing white blood cells, proteins, fats
Produce antibodies and Filter out harmful bacteria... If substa…
Closely parallel veins... Located in almost all tissues/organs…
Purpose of the Immune System
To protect the body from infection
Lymph
Fluid containing white blood cells, proteins, fats
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Biology Review Guide vocabulary
species
biology
cell
homeostasis
a group of similar organisms that can breed and produce ferti…
science that seeks to understand the living world; study of l…
collection of living matter enclosed by a barrier that separa…
process by which organisms maintain a relatively stable inter…
species
a group of similar organisms that can breed and produce ferti…
biology
science that seeks to understand the living world; study of l…
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BSCS Biology Midterm Review Guide
Diffusion
Osmosis
Passive Transport
Active Transport
Movement from High Concentration to Low Concentration. Until…
Diffusion of Water
Brownian Motion, no energy.
Needs energy. ... 1.Protein Channel... 2. Electrogenic Pump... 3.Endoc…
Diffusion
Movement from High Concentration to Low Concentration. Until…
Osmosis
Diffusion of Water
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biology final review guide
7 taxa from the broadest to the most s…
protein functions and monomers
photosynthesis equation
cell respiration equation
1.) kingdom... 2.) phylum... 3.) class... 4.) order... 5.) family ... 6.) Ge…
makes up enzymes... makes up skin, hair, nails ... transport molecu…
7 taxa from the broadest to the most s…
1.) kingdom... 2.) phylum... 3.) class... 4.) order... 5.) family ... 6.) Ge…
protein functions and monomers
makes up enzymes... makes up skin, hair, nails ... transport molecu…
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Biology Exam Review Guide
What are the classification system?
What are the 6 kingdoms?
Archaebacteria Eu or Pro
Eubacteria Eu or Pro
Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protisa Fungi Plants Animals
Prokaryotic
Prokaryotic
What are the classification system?
Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
What are the 6 kingdoms?
Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protisa Fungi Plants Animals
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Biology Evolution Review Guide
1. Evolution
1. 4 types of evidence on how evolutio…
1. Fossils
1. Relative Dating
all the changes that have occurred in living things since lif…
1. fossils... 2. biogeography... 3. anatomy... 4. biochemistry
the remains of past life ... ex. shells, bones, teeth, imprints…
location of fossils relative to one another, approximate ages…
1. Evolution
all the changes that have occurred in living things since lif…
1. 4 types of evidence on how evolutio…
1. fossils... 2. biogeography... 3. anatomy... 4. biochemistry
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Biology Review Guide - Evolution
Evolution
Natural selection
Fossil record
What are some clues scientists use as…
All of the changes that have transformed life over an immense…
Process by which individuals with inherited characteristics w…
Collection of fossils recorded in rock layers over time
Fossils... geographic distribution of modern species... structures…
Evolution
All of the changes that have transformed life over an immense…
Natural selection
Process by which individuals with inherited characteristics w…
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Biology finals review guide
Leeuwenhoek
Hooke
Schleiden
Schwann
Discovered microscopic organisms libing in pond water
Discovered and named the first cell when examining under a mi…
Discovered that all plants are made of cells
Discovered that all animals are made of cells
Leeuwenhoek
Discovered microscopic organisms libing in pond water
Hooke
Discovered and named the first cell when examining under a mi…
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Biology Review Guide #2
Van Leeuwenhoek
Edward Jenner
Alexandar Fleming
Miasma theory of disease/when was it p…
constructed 200 microscopes and identified bacteria (17th cen…
preformed first vaccination using pus from a cowpox lesion. I…
discovered penicillin (20th century)
bad odors were responsible for causing disease. Popular in th…
Van Leeuwenhoek
constructed 200 microscopes and identified bacteria (17th cen…
Edward Jenner
preformed first vaccination using pus from a cowpox lesion. I…
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Biology Review Guide #2
Mitosis: Event in interphase... Which eve…
Mitosis: Phases chromosomes are visibl…
Mitosis: Recognize phases of Mitosis... D…
Mitosis: Main event in each phase of M…
The chromosomes duplicates
Prophase and Metaphase
Metaphase
Telophase
Mitosis: Event in interphase... Which eve…
The chromosomes duplicates
Mitosis: Phases chromosomes are visibl…
Prophase and Metaphase
AP Biology Review Guide
map unit
meiosis 2
oogenesis
polar body
distance between two linked genes on a chromosome
meiosis happens again in the cells
when the ovum is produced
a small haploid cell formed in oogenesis without the ability…
map unit
distance between two linked genes on a chromosome
meiosis 2
meiosis happens again in the cells
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Biology Exam Review Guide
Bio-
Micro-
Milli-
Mille-
Dealing with life
Small, a millionth
A thousandth
A thousand
Bio-
Dealing with life
Micro-
Small, a millionth
Biology EOC Review Guide
Characteristics of living things:
The Scientific Method:
Setting up a controlled experiment
Controlled Variables/Constants
Are made of cells... Can reproduce... Grow... Maintain homeostasis... Hav…
Observation (Using the 5 senses)... Hypothesis (An Educated, tes…
Controlled variables... Control Group... Experimental Group... Indepen…
What you keep the same
Characteristics of living things:
Are made of cells... Can reproduce... Grow... Maintain homeostasis... Hav…
The Scientific Method:
Observation (Using the 5 senses)... Hypothesis (An Educated, tes…
Biology Exam Review Objectives Chapter 3 & 4
What are the properties of water?
Hydrophobic
Cohesion
Adhesion
Cohesive Behavior... Ability to moderate temperature... Expansion u…
Does not have an affinity for water (ex: Oil because it is no…
Attraction between molecules of the same substance (Water mol…
Attraction between different substances (ex: water & plant ce…
What are the properties of water?
Cohesive Behavior... Ability to moderate temperature... Expansion u…
Hydrophobic
Does not have an affinity for water (ex: Oil because it is no…
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Biology chapter 8 review guide
Locus
nondisjunction is the failure of
Trisomy 21 is
Symptoms of down syndrome (trisomy 21)…
location of the gene
chromosomes or chromatids to separate normally during meiosis
down syndrome. Three copies of chromosome 21
mental retardation... leukemia... alzheimer's... shortened life span
Locus
location of the gene
nondisjunction is the failure of
chromosomes or chromatids to separate normally during meiosis
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Biology Review Guide
asexual reproduction
Cell Division
Centromere
Chromosomes
offspring are from a single organism, inherit genes of that p…
division of parent cell into daughter cell
center where chromatids attach
cellular structure carrying genetic material, found in nucleus
asexual reproduction
offspring are from a single organism, inherit genes of that p…
Cell Division
division of parent cell into daughter cell
Biology Midterm Review Guide Quizlet
evolve
metabolism
homeostasis
reproduction
over generations, groups of organisms change over time
all living things use some sort of energy and make waste
all living things can maintain constant conditions internally
all things produce offspring
evolve
over generations, groups of organisms change over time
metabolism
all living things use some sort of energy and make waste
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