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Science Homeostasis and Cell Processes
homeostatis
photosynthesis
cellular respiration
mitosis
...The maintenance of a constant internal sate a changing env…
...The process by which plants algae and some bacteria to mak…
...The process by witch cells use oxygene to produce energy f…
...The separation of a nucleus which forms two identical nuclei
homeostatis
...The maintenance of a constant internal sate a changing env…
photosynthesis
...The process by which plants algae and some bacteria to mak…
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Homeostasis in the Cell (Science)
Aids
Cell membrane
Cell Wall
Cell Receptor Molecule
(Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) Disease caused by the HI…
Organelle in a cell, Regulates materials entering and leaving…
Organelle in plant cells, Protects
On Cell membrane. Receive messages based on the shape. Messag…
Aids
(Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) Disease caused by the HI…
Cell membrane
Organelle in a cell, Regulates materials entering and leaving…
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science Cells and Homeostasis
homeostasis
cellular respiration
photosynthesis
cell membrane
is the maintenance of internal stable conditions that are nec…
the process in which oxygen and glucose undergo a complex ser…
the process by which plants and other autotrophs capture carb…
a thin, flexible barrier that surrounds a cell and controls w…
homeostasis
is the maintenance of internal stable conditions that are nec…
cellular respiration
the process in which oxygen and glucose undergo a complex ser…
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Science Vocab: Cells and Homeostasis
Compound microscope
Cell Theory
Organelle
Prokaryote
...
1.) All living organisms are composed of one or more cells 2.…
...
...
Compound microscope
...
Cell Theory
1.) All living organisms are composed of one or more cells 2.…
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SCIENCE (HOMEOSTASIS & THE CELL PROCESS)
homeostasis
photosynthesis
cellular respiration
mitosis
Is the maintenance of a consistence internal state in a chang…
Plants use sunlight to change carbon dioxide and water into s…
The process by which cells use oxygen to produce energy from…
Equal numbers of chromosomes are separated, and the nucleus s…
homeostasis
Is the maintenance of a consistence internal state in a chang…
photosynthesis
Plants use sunlight to change carbon dioxide and water into s…
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Science 7: Unit 1:Lesson 5; Homeostasis & Cell Processes
homeostasis
xylem
phloem
photosynthesis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same eventhough t…
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
Transports food to different parts of the plant.
The process that plants, algae, and some bacteria use to make…
homeostasis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same eventhough t…
xylem
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
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Health Science Cells/Homeostasis/Cancer
homeostasis
negative feedback system
positive feedback system
radiation
process by which body maintains a stable internal environment
most common; in regulation of BP, HR, and internal temp. cont…
more harmful feedback; release of oxytocin during birth and b…
divergence out from a central point, in particular evolution…
homeostasis
process by which body maintains a stable internal environment
negative feedback system
most common; in regulation of BP, HR, and internal temp. cont…
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Science unit 2: cells and homeostasis
Cell membrane
Hydrophilic
Hydrophobic
Polar
the semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell.
Attracted to water
Repel water
electrons do not have an equal distribution in the orbital
Cell membrane
the semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell.
Hydrophilic
Attracted to water
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Homeostasis and Cells
homeostasis
cells
tissues
organs
maintaining a constant internal environment
building blocks of all living things;... smallest unit of life
groups of cells with a common structure and function
group of tissues that work together to perform closely relate…
homeostasis
maintaining a constant internal environment
cells
building blocks of all living things;... smallest unit of life
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Science Homeostasis and cell ProcessesAA
homeostasis
photosynthesis
cellular respiration
mitosis
maintenance
inside plant and algal cells are special organelles, called c…
the process by which cells use oxygen to produce energy from…
Before a cell can divide the DNA has to be copied.then, the c…
homeostasis
maintenance
photosynthesis
inside plant and algal cells are special organelles, called c…
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Cells and Homeostasis
cell
ribosome
cell membrane
cell wall
Basic unit of life
makes protein
allow molecules to enter and exit the cell
Protects the cell (found in plants)
cell
Basic unit of life
ribosome
makes protein
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Homeostasis and Cell Processes Science Test
What is homeostasis?
What does cell division allow organism…
Why is homeostasis important for cells…
True or false:... Your cells get energy O…
Homeostasis is the maintenance of a constant internal state i…
grow and replace dead cells
Homeostasis is important because the cells need to maintain a…
False; your cells get energy all the time, whether you are ac…
What is homeostasis?
Homeostasis is the maintenance of a constant internal state i…
What does cell division allow organism…
grow and replace dead cells
Science 7: Unit 1:Lesson 5; Homeostasis & Cell Processes
homeostasis
xylem
phloem
photosynthesis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same eventhough t…
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
Transports food to different parts of the plant.
The process that plants, algae, and some bacteria use to make…
homeostasis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same eventhough t…
xylem
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
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Science 7: Unit 1:Lesson 5; Homeostasis & Cell Processes
homeostasis
xylem
phloem
semi-permeable
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same even though…
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
Transports food from the leaves to different parts of the pla…
Allows certain particles, but not others, to go in or out of…
homeostasis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same even though…
xylem
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
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Lesson 5 Science Homeostasis and Cell Processes
homeostasis
photosynthesis
cellular respiration
mitosis
the maintenance of a constant internal state in a changing en…
the process by which plants, algae, and some bacteria use sun…
the process by which cells use oxygen to produce energy from…
in eukaryotic cells, a process of cell division that forms tw…
homeostasis
the maintenance of a constant internal state in a changing en…
photosynthesis
the process by which plants, algae, and some bacteria use sun…
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Cells and Homeostasis
Homoestasis
Concentration Gradient
ATP
Phagocytosis... https://www.youtube.com/w…
the tendency towards a relatively stable equilibrium between…
the gradual difference in concentration of a dissolved substa…
Adenosine Triphosphate. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is consi…
Phagocytosis is the process by which a cell engulfs material…
Homoestasis
the tendency towards a relatively stable equilibrium between…
Concentration Gradient
the gradual difference in concentration of a dissolved substa…
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Homeostasis and Cells
homeostasis
cells
tissues
organs
maintaining a constant internal environment
building blocks of all living things;... smallest unit of life
groups of cells with a common structure and function
group of tissues that work together to perform closely relate…
homeostasis
maintaining a constant internal environment
cells
building blocks of all living things;... smallest unit of life
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Science Fusion Unit 2 Lesson 5 Homeostasis and cell processes
Homeostatis
Photosynthesis
Cellular Respiration
Mitosis
Is the maintenance of a constant internal state in a changing…
By process when plants, algae, and bacteria making their own…
The process by which cells use oxygen to produce energy from…
Equal numbers of chromosomes are separated, and the nucleus s…
Homeostatis
Is the maintenance of a constant internal state in a changing…
Photosynthesis
By process when plants, algae, and bacteria making their own…
10 terms
Cells & Homeostasis
Cell Discovery
Cell Theory
Cell DIfferenationtion
Prokaryote vs. Eukaryote
When Hooke was looking under a microscope at cork he thought…
1. All living things are made out of cells ... 2. All cells come…
1. Size... 2. Shape
Cell Discovery
When Hooke was looking under a microscope at cork he thought…
Cell Theory
1. All living things are made out of cells ... 2. All cells come…
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Cells & Homeostasis
cytoplasm
cell (plasma) membrane
ribosome
prokaryote
Refers to all of the cellular material inside the plasma memb…
Thin coat of lipids that surrounds a cell and forms the physi…
Structures in the cytoplasm where proteins are made.
Organism with prokaryotic cells. Ex. Bacteria
cytoplasm
Refers to all of the cellular material inside the plasma memb…
cell (plasma) membrane
Thin coat of lipids that surrounds a cell and forms the physi…
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Cells and homeostasis
prokaryotic
eukaryotic
mitochondria
ribosome
type of cell that has no nucleus or membrane bound organelles
type of cell that has nucleus and membrane bound organelles
organelle that produces cellular energy
organelle that makes proteins but is not membrane bound
prokaryotic
type of cell that has no nucleus or membrane bound organelles
eukaryotic
type of cell that has nucleus and membrane bound organelles
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Science 7: Unit 1:Lesson 5; Homeostasis & Cell Processes
homeostasis
xylem
phloem
photosynthesis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same eventhough t…
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
Transports food to different parts of the plant.
The process that plants, algae, and some bacteria use to make…
homeostasis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same eventhough t…
xylem
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
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Homeostasis of Cells
homeostasis
cells
tissues
organs
maintaining a constant internal environment
building blocks of all living things;... the smallest unit of life
groups of cells with a common structure and function
group of tissues that work together to perform closely relate…
homeostasis
maintaining a constant internal environment
cells
building blocks of all living things;... the smallest unit of life
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Homeostasis and Cells
Where in the human body do you think y…
Homeostasis
How do individual cells maintain homeo…
How are prokaryotes and eukaryotic cel…
In the digestive system, because enzymes are needed to break…
Relatively constant conditions that organisms maintain (keeps…
They grow, respond to the environment, transform energy and r…
Prokaryotic cells do not separate their genetic material with…
Where in the human body do you think y…
In the digestive system, because enzymes are needed to break…
Homeostasis
Relatively constant conditions that organisms maintain (keeps…
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Science 7: Unit 1:Lesson 5 Homeostasis & Cell Processes
homeostasis
xylem
phloem
photosynthesis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same even though…
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
Transports food to different parts of the plant.
The process that plants, algae, and some bacteria use to make…
homeostasis
Keeping the environment inside the cell the same even though…
xylem
The tissue that transports water and minerals from the roots…
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Science Olympiad Bio-Process Lab Homeostasis in Cells
Homeostasis
Diffusion
Osmosis
Enzyme Temperature
The process by which cells maintain the internal conditions t…
Movement of particles from an area of high concentration to a…
Movement of water particles through a partially permeable mem…
Enzymes perform best at an optimal temperature (37 C in human…
Homeostasis
The process by which cells maintain the internal conditions t…
Diffusion
Movement of particles from an area of high concentration to a…
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Homeostasis - Cells
Homeostasis
Concentration Gradient
Equilibrium
Passive Transport
Maintaining a stable internal environment
Difference in concentration of molecules
Same amount on both sides
Movement of substance across membrane from high concentration…
Homeostasis
Maintaining a stable internal environment
Concentration Gradient
Difference in concentration of molecules
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Cell Organelles and Homeostasis
cell membrane
cell wall
nucleus
endoplasmic reticulum
A cell structure that controls which substances can enter or…
Ridged outer layer of a plant cell
A membrane-bound organelle in the cell that contains DNA.
Part of the cell where formation of proteins occurs.
cell membrane
A cell structure that controls which substances can enter or…
cell wall
Ridged outer layer of a plant cell
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Cells & Homeostasis
Hydrophilic
Hydrophobic
Mitochondria
Lysosome
water loving
water fearing
Hydrophilic
water loving
Hydrophobic
water fearing
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Cells & Homeostasis
Cell Discovery
Cell Theory
Cell DIfferenationtion
Prokaryote vs. Eukaryote
When Hooke was looking under a microscope at cork he thought…
1. All living things are made out of cells ... 2. All cells come…
1. Size... 2. Shape
Cell Discovery
When Hooke was looking under a microscope at cork he thought…
Cell Theory
1. All living things are made out of cells ... 2. All cells come…
10 terms
Cells and Homeostasis
cell
ribosome
cell membrane
cell wall
Basic unit of life
makes protein
allow molecules to enter and exit the cell
Protects the cell (found in plants)
cell
Basic unit of life
ribosome
makes protein
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Cells and Homeostasis
Homeostasis Definition
Diffusion and Osmosis and Importance
Active Transport
Passive Transport (Simple Diffusion)
maintaining a constant and stable internal environment
Diffusion: the transport of a substance across a membrane... Osm…
-needs energy to transport across membrane... -from low concentr…
-does not need energy... -from high concentration to low concent…
Homeostasis Definition
maintaining a constant and stable internal environment
Diffusion and Osmosis and Importance
Diffusion: the transport of a substance across a membrane... Osm…
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Science - Homeostasis
Homeostasis
physiological
metabolize
homeostatic imbalance
A tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
having to do with an organism's physical processes
To change food into a form that can be used in the body
Disturbance of homeostasis, often resulting in disease.
Homeostasis
A tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state;…
physiological
having to do with an organism's physical processes
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Cells and Homeostasis
Active Transport
Cell Wall
Centriole
Chloroplast
When a transport protein uses ATP energy to move molecules.
The protective wall of a PLANT cell.
The support structure of a cell.
The part of a PLANT cell that causes PHOTOSYNTHESIS, also cau…
Active Transport
When a transport protein uses ATP energy to move molecules.
Cell Wall
The protective wall of a PLANT cell.
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Cells and homeostasis
prokaryotic
eukaryotic
mitochondria
ribosome
type of cell that has no nucleus or membrane bound organelles
type of cell that has nucleus and membrane bound organelles
organelle that produces cellular energy
organelle that makes proteins but is not membrane bound
prokaryotic
type of cell that has no nucleus or membrane bound organelles
eukaryotic
type of cell that has nucleus and membrane bound organelles
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Homeostasis and Cells
Homeostasis
Level of organization
Tissue
Organ
maintain a stable internal environment
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms
group of cells working together
group of tissues working together
Homeostasis
maintain a stable internal environment
Level of organization
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms
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Cells and Homeostasis
cell
ribosome
cell membrane
cell wall
Basic unit of life
makes protein
allow molecules to enter and exit the cell
Protects the cell (found in plants)
cell
Basic unit of life
ribosome
makes protein
10 terms
Cells and Homeostasis
cell
ribosome
cell membrane
cell wall
Basic unit of life
makes protein
allow molecules to enter and exit the cell
Protects the cell (found in plants)
cell
Basic unit of life
ribosome
makes protein
15 terms
Cells and Homeostasis
cell
ribosome
cell membrane
cell wall
Basic unit of life
makes protein
allow molecules to enter and exit the cell
Protects the cell (found in plants)
cell
Basic unit of life
ribosome
makes protein
10 terms
Cell Homeostasis
How would the contractile vacuole of a…
Which reason best explains why the cel…
The role of the cell membrane is most…
Which movement of particles would be m…
with fewer contractions
The cell membrane is selectively permeable
The role of the cell membrane is most like the job of which p…
active transport
How would the contractile vacuole of a…
with fewer contractions
Which reason best explains why the cel…
The cell membrane is selectively permeable
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Homeostasis and Cell & Cell Processes
Homeostasis
Photosynthesis
Cellular Respiration
Mitosis
The maintenance of a constant internal state in a changing en…
The process by which plants, algae, and some bacteria use sun…
The process by which cells use oxygen to produce energy from…
In eukaryotic cells, a process of cell division that forms tw…
Homeostasis
The maintenance of a constant internal state in a changing en…
Photosynthesis
The process by which plants, algae, and some bacteria use sun…
34 terms
Science Chapter 3: Homeostasis and Cell Transport
what is the only thing a semi permeabl…
what 2 things does a semi permeable me…
helps to remove proteins
a organism that works hard to remain t…
small particles
proteins and carbohydrates
carrier proteins
homeostasis
what is the only thing a semi permeabl…
small particles
what 2 things does a semi permeable me…
proteins and carbohydrates
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Cells & Homeostasis
cytoplasm
cell (plasma) membrane
ribosome
prokaryote
Refers to all of the cellular material inside the plasma memb…
Thin coat of lipids that surrounds a cell and forms the physi…
Structures in the cytoplasm where proteins are made.
Organism with prokaryotic cells. Ex. Bacteria
cytoplasm
Refers to all of the cellular material inside the plasma memb…
cell (plasma) membrane
Thin coat of lipids that surrounds a cell and forms the physi…
20 terms
Homeostasis and the Cell Membrane, Cell Organelles
diffusion
osmosis
selectively permeable
equilibrium
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
Diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane
Membrane that allows some molecules to pass through, while ke…
Occurs when the concentration of molecules is equal throughou…
diffusion
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
osmosis
Diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane
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Cell Transport Homeostasis
Diffusion
Osmosis
Concentration Gradient
Equilibrium
is the action of molecules moving from an area of high concen…
spontaneous net movement of solvent molecules through a semi-…
is the process of particles, which are sometimes called solut…
the concentration of the solute is the same through a solution
Diffusion
is the action of molecules moving from an area of high concen…
Osmosis
spontaneous net movement of solvent molecules through a semi-…
Homeostasis and Cell Processes
Homeostasis
Photosynthesis
Cellular respiration
Mitosis
(Hoh.mee.oh.STAY.sis) is the maintenance of a constant intern…
This process by which plants,algae,and some bacteria make the…
The process by which cells use oxygen to produce plants energ…
When the Equal number of chromosomes are separated,and the nu…
Homeostasis
(Hoh.mee.oh.STAY.sis) is the maintenance of a constant intern…
Photosynthesis
This process by which plants,algae,and some bacteria make the…
25 terms
Cells & Homeostasis
Cell Theory
Eukaryotic Cell
Prokaryotic Cell
Cell Membrane
All living things are made of cells; Cells are the basic unit…
A cell with its DNA in a nucleus
A cell with its DNA floating in the cytoplasm
In all cells; Is used to let substances in out of the cells;…
Cell Theory
All living things are made of cells; Cells are the basic unit…
Eukaryotic Cell
A cell with its DNA in a nucleus
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Homeostasis and Cells
Homeostasis
How do individual cells maintain homeo…
How do the cells of multicellular orga…
Tissue
To maintain constant internal, physical and chemical conditio…
They grow, respond to the environment, transform energy and r…
They become specialized in particular tasks and communicate w…
Group of similar cells that performs a particular function.
Homeostasis
To maintain constant internal, physical and chemical conditio…
How do individual cells maintain homeo…
They grow, respond to the environment, transform energy and r…
29 terms
Cells and Homeostasis
what are cells?
what do cells have?
whats the cell theory?
what are two types of cells?
smallest functional ad structural unit of all living organisms.
cell membrane, cytoplasm, organelles, and dna
all organisms are made up of more than one cell, basic unit o…
prokaryotes have no nucleus (DNA is in cytoplasm) and eukaryo…
what are cells?
smallest functional ad structural unit of all living organisms.
what do cells have?
cell membrane, cytoplasm, organelles, and dna
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7.4 Homeostasis and Cells
homeostasis
tissue
organ
organ system
"Biological Balance"; constant internal physical and chemical…
group of similar cells that perform a particular function
group of tissues that work together to perform a specific fun…
group of organs that work together to perform a specific func…
homeostasis
"Biological Balance"; constant internal physical and chemical…
tissue
group of similar cells that perform a particular function
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