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Honors Biology - Rat Anatomy
humerus
radius
ulna
carpal
humerus
radius
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Biology Honors: Anatomy and Physiology
Ingestion
Digestion
Mechanically, Chemically
Absorption
act of eating or taking in food
breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to…
Digestion is __________ first, ___________ second.
Cells lining digestive track take up small molecules from dig…
Ingestion
act of eating or taking in food
Digestion
breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to…
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Biology Honors: Anatomy and Physiology
Ingestion
Digestion
Digestion is __________ first, _______…
Absorption
act of eating or taking in food
breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to…
Mechanically, Chemically
Cells lining digestive track take up small molecules from dig…
Ingestion
act of eating or taking in food
Digestion
breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to…
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Biology Honors: Anatomy and Physiology
Ingestion
Digestion
Digestion is __________ first, _______…
Absorption
act of eating or taking in food
breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to…
Mechanically, Chemically
Cells lining digestive track take up small molecules from dig…
Ingestion
act of eating or taking in food
Digestion
breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to…
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Biology Honors: Anatomy and Physiology
Ingestion
Digestion
Digestion is __________ first, _______…
Absorption
act of eating or taking in food
breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to…
Mechanically, Chemically
Cells lining digestive track take up small molecules from dig…
Ingestion
act of eating or taking in food
Digestion
breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to…
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Honors Biology-Cell Anatomy
What are the five organneles in all pr…
What is the nucleus?
What is the structure of the nucleus?
What is the nucleolus?
Cell membrane, cell wall, DNA, cytosol, and robosomes
A membranes sac to hold DNA
A double membraned sac covered with pores to quickly let mate…
A dark area in the nucleus where DNA encoding RNA and protein…
What are the five organneles in all pr…
Cell membrane, cell wall, DNA, cytosol, and robosomes
What is the nucleus?
A membranes sac to hold DNA
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Anatomy of Cells Biology Honors
Chromosomes
Cell
Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
The distinct, thread-like structures that contain the genetic…
The basic unit of life
Thin, double-layered sheet around the cell, controls what com…
Rigid Strong layer around the cell membrane that protects the…
Chromosomes
The distinct, thread-like structures that contain the genetic…
Cell
The basic unit of life
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Honors Biology Anatomy and Physiology
Red Marrow/Yellow Marrow
Spongy Bone/Compact Bone
Hinge Joint/Fixed Joint
Myofibril/Myofibrilament
The first is a type of marrow that produces red blood cells,…
The first is a type of bone that is light and porous. The sec…
The first is a type of joint that is able to move back and fo…
The first is a basic rod like unit of a muscle.
Red Marrow/Yellow Marrow
The first is a type of marrow that produces red blood cells,…
Spongy Bone/Compact Bone
The first is a type of bone that is light and porous. The sec…
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Honors Biology - Plant Anatomy Quiz
2 Organ Systems
3 Plant Organs
Function of Roots
Function of Stems
Root System and Shoot System
Roots, Stems, Leaves
Allows for efficient absorption of water and minerals in grou…
Supports, separates leaves and flowers, transports water/food…
2 Organ Systems
Root System and Shoot System
3 Plant Organs
Roots, Stems, Leaves
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Human Anatomy - Honors Biology 10
epithelial tissue
connective tissue
muscular tissue
nervous tissue
covers body surfaces; lines body cavities and forms glands
binds and supports body parts
moves the body and its parts
receives stimuli and transmits nerve impulses
epithelial tissue
covers body surfaces; lines body cavities and forms glands
connective tissue
binds and supports body parts
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Human Anatomy Biology 1 Honors
Describe alveoli
What are the lungs?
Describe what the trachea is
Explain what the respiratory system is
A thin structure across which oxygen gas is absorbed and CO2…
Organs that absorb oxygen from the air you inhale
A long structure made of soft tissue reinforced with C-shaped…
The body system in which gas exchange takes place
Describe alveoli
A thin structure across which oxygen gas is absorbed and CO2…
What are the lungs?
Organs that absorb oxygen from the air you inhale
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Honors Biology Anatomy and Phsiology Vocabulary
Actin
Alveoli
Anal Sphincter
Aneurysm
The thin myofilament that along with myosin does the contract…
The point of diffusion of O2 and CO2. It has the highest surf…
The muscle surrounding the anus.
A blood filled bulge in a blood vessel.
Actin
The thin myofilament that along with myosin does the contract…
Alveoli
The point of diffusion of O2 and CO2. It has the highest surf…
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Honors Biology: Organelles and Cell Anatomy
Vacuole
Chromatin
Eukaryote
Cytoplasm
membrane bound storage sac for water, wastes, or food
DNA that is loosely coiled in the nucleus; instructions for m…
cell that contains a nucleus and membrane bound organelles
cell interior composed of a jelly like material containing nu…
Vacuole
membrane bound storage sac for water, wastes, or food
Chromatin
DNA that is loosely coiled in the nucleus; instructions for m…
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Honors Biology Unit 9 Anatomy
What does bile do?
What does the Liver secrete?
What kind of digestion do the Salivary…
What is Peristalsis?
It helps to break down fats
Bile
Chemical Digestion
The pushing of muscles to push food down the esophagus.
What does bile do?
It helps to break down fats
What does the Liver secrete?
Bile
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Pig Dissection Anatomy - Honors Biology 10
hard palate
soft palate
pharynx
pleura
makes up the anterior part of the roof of the mouth... made of b…
posterior continuation of the mucous membrane, but it contain…
region encompassing the base of the tongue and the junction o…
membrane protecting the lungs
hard palate
makes up the anterior part of the roof of the mouth... made of b…
soft palate
posterior continuation of the mucous membrane, but it contain…
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Freshman Honors Biology // Chapter 4 Cell Anatomy
Robert Hooke
Leeuwenhoek
Matthias Schleiden
Theodore Schwann
observed dead empty cork cells which reminded him of Monk roo…
first to observe information on living cells
botanist who concluded that all plants are composed of cells
zoologist who concluded that all animals are composed of cells
Robert Hooke
observed dead empty cork cells which reminded him of Monk roo…
Leeuwenhoek
first to observe information on living cells
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Pig Dissection Anatomy - Honors Biology 10
hard palate
soft palate
pharynx
pleura
makes up the anterior part of the roof of the mouth... made of b…
posterior continuation of the mucous membrane, but it contain…
region encompassing the base of the tongue and the junction o…
membrane protecting the lungs
hard palate
makes up the anterior part of the roof of the mouth... made of b…
soft palate
posterior continuation of the mucous membrane, but it contain…
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Biology Honors: Human Anatomy & Physiology Study Guide
In what order does blood flow through…
What structure is a maturation and sto…
Describe the path and the changes that…
What is the function of the placenta?
1. Vena Cava... 2. Right Atrium... 3. Right Ventricle... 4. Pulmonary…
The epididymus
1. Zygote- fertilized egg divides as it moves along the ovidu…
Placenta provides nutrients and oxygen to the embryo and gets…
In what order does blood flow through…
1. Vena Cava... 2. Right Atrium... 3. Right Ventricle... 4. Pulmonary…
What structure is a maturation and sto…
The epididymus
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Honors Human Biology- Intro to Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy
Physiology
The Principle of Complementarity
Integumentary System
Structure/form of body parts
Function of what the body parts do and how they do it
What a structure can do depends on its form
Forms external body covering. Protects deeper tissue from inj…
Anatomy
Structure/form of body parts
Physiology
Function of what the body parts do and how they do it
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Honors Biology 2 | Anatomy & Physiology Review Guide
calorie
Calorie
carbohydrate
fat
A measurement of energy stored in food that equals the amount…
A measurement used by scientists to measure the energy stored…
A compound made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms which i…
A compound called a lipid made of fatty acids and glycerol; p…
calorie
A measurement of energy stored in food that equals the amount…
Calorie
A measurement used by scientists to measure the energy stored…
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Honors Biology 2 | Anatomy & Physiology Review Guide
calorie
Calorie
carbohydrate
fat
A measurement of energy stored in food that equals the amount…
A measurement used by scientists to measure the energy stored…
A compound made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms which i…
A compound called a lipid made of fatty acids and glycerol; p…
calorie
A measurement of energy stored in food that equals the amount…
Calorie
A measurement used by scientists to measure the energy stored…
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Honors Biology
Endothermic
Exothermic
Characteristics of Organisms
Polar
Taking in heat(lack of heat)
Taking out heat(hot)
Cells, metabolism, homeostasis, response to stimuli, reproduc…
Positively and negatively charged(like a battery), good to st…
Endothermic
Taking in heat(lack of heat)
Exothermic
Taking out heat(hot)
Chapter 31 Honors Biology Anatomy Testing
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Muscular tissue
Nervous tissue
Covers the body surfaces and line cavities
Binds and supports body parts
Moves the body and its parts
Receives stimuli and transmits nerve impulses
Epithelial tissue
Covers the body surfaces and line cavities
Connective tissue
Binds and supports body parts
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Honors Anatomy
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Toward the head
Towards the feet
Front or in front of
Back or in back of
Superior
Toward the head
Inferior
Towards the feet
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ND Honors Biology - Fetal Pig Internal Anatomy
Thymus (Neck Region)
Larynx (Neck Region)
Thyroid (Neck Region)
Trachea (Thoracic Region)
Greyish mass that covers the upper tracheas. It's a gland tha…
Structure of cartilage containing vocal chords. It functions…
Dark colored endocrine gland lies ventral to the trachea and…
Remove the thymus and find this tough cartilage tube which co…
Thymus (Neck Region)
Greyish mass that covers the upper tracheas. It's a gland tha…
Larynx (Neck Region)
Structure of cartilage containing vocal chords. It functions…
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ND Honors Biology - Fetal Pig Internal Anatomy
Thymus (Neck Region)
Larynx (Neck Region)
Thyroid (Neck Region)
Trachea (Thoracic Region)
Greyish mass that covers the upper tracheas. It's a gland tha…
Structure of cartilage containing vocal chords. It functions…
Dark colored endocrine gland lies ventral to the trachea and…
Remove the thymus and find this tough cartilage tube which co…
Thymus (Neck Region)
Greyish mass that covers the upper tracheas. It's a gland tha…
Larynx (Neck Region)
Structure of cartilage containing vocal chords. It functions…
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Biochemistry - Honors Biology
monomers
polymers
dehydration synthesis
hydrolysis
building blocks
made of repeated links of monomers
forms large molecules by the loss of water
the breakdown of molecules be the addition of water
monomers
building blocks
polymers
made of repeated links of monomers
Honors Biology - Cells Unit
microscope
ribosome
chloroplast
carbohydrate
Makes very small objects visible.
Site of protein production in cells; may be "free-floating" o…
Green organelle where photosynthesis produces food for a plant.
Component of the cell membrane; "I.D. Card" that allows cells…
microscope
Makes very small objects visible.
ribosome
Site of protein production in cells; may be "free-floating" o…
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Honors Biology Chapter 17
Fossils
Fossilization
Stratification
Radiometric Dating
remains and impressions of organisms that lived in the past
is a slow process that starts when an organism or traces of i…
the formation of sedimentary rock layers
a way to measure the proportions of a daughter isotope and th…
Fossils
remains and impressions of organisms that lived in the past
Fossilization
is a slow process that starts when an organism or traces of i…
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Biochemistry - Honors Biology
monomers
polymers
dehydration synthesis
hydrolysis
building blocks
made of repeated links of monomers
forms large molecules by the loss of water
the breakdown of molecules be the addition of water
monomers
building blocks
polymers
made of repeated links of monomers
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honors biology
ecology
biosphere
species
population
the scientific study of interactions among organisms and betw…
contains the combined portions of the planet in which all lif…
group of organisms so similar to one another that they can br…
groups of individuals that belong to the same species and liv…
ecology
the scientific study of interactions among organisms and betw…
biosphere
contains the combined portions of the planet in which all lif…
25 terms
Evolution - Honors Biology
fossil
acquired characteristic
Lamarck
natural selection
trace of a long dead organism
not determined by DNA. Arises during an organism's lifetime.
said that acquired characteristics could be passed from paren…
organisms that inherit the best adaptations survive and repro…
fossil
trace of a long dead organism
acquired characteristic
not determined by DNA. Arises during an organism's lifetime.
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Honors Biology Chemistry Quizlet
Matter
Solid
Liquid
Gas
The stuff of the universe
has a definite shape and volume
has a definite volume and changeable shape
no definite shape and volume
Matter
The stuff of the universe
Solid
has a definite shape and volume
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Honors Biology Final Review
acquired traits
derived traits
Survival of the Fittest
artificial selection
organism develops, not heritable like fat
populations exhibit, heritable like molting
natural selection (fitness)
we breed for desired traits
acquired traits
organism develops, not heritable like fat
derived traits
populations exhibit, heritable like molting
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Honors Biology - Cells
cell
cell theory
Robert Hooke
organelles
basic unit of structure and function in living things
All living things are composed of cells. Cells are the basic…
one of the first people to observe cells.
small structures inside a cell that carry out specific funtions
cell
basic unit of structure and function in living things
cell theory
All living things are composed of cells. Cells are the basic…
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anatomy honors chapter 2
decomposition reaction
hydrolysis
synthesis
dehydration synthesis
breakdown of a bond through the use of water
synthesis reaction that involves the removal of a water molec…
decomposition reaction
hydrolysis
breakdown of a bond through the use of water
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Honors Anatomy
anatomy
physiology
pathology
anatomical position
study of structure
study of function
study of disease
-standing... -arms at sides... -palms forward... -head forward... -feet f…
anatomy
study of structure
physiology
study of function
28 terms
Honors Biology
Anatomically Correct
Blue Veins
Pink Veins
Cranial, Phorastic, Abdominal, Pelvic
1) Standing tall/erect... 2) Feet shoulder width apart... 3) Palms…
Non-oxygenated, in the right atrium
Oxygenated, has gone through lungs
Four Cavities
Anatomically Correct
1) Standing tall/erect... 2) Feet shoulder width apart... 3) Palms…
Blue Veins
Non-oxygenated, in the right atrium
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Honors Biology Review
Law
theory
scientific method
hypothesis. (educated guess)
A generalization on how some aspect of the natural world beha…
is defined as a solid explanation of some aspect of the natur…
is a series of steps used to help scientists solve problems.…
When a testable statement about the natural world has been cr…
Law
A generalization on how some aspect of the natural world beha…
theory
is defined as a solid explanation of some aspect of the natur…
344 terms
Honors Biology
Endothermic
Exothermic
Characteristics of Organisms
Polar
Taking in heat(lack of heat)
Taking out heat(hot)
Cells, metabolism, homeostasis, response to stimuli, reproduc…
Positively and negatively charged(like a battery), good to st…
Endothermic
Taking in heat(lack of heat)
Exothermic
Taking out heat(hot)
Anatomy Honors
Basal Cell Carcinoma
Benign
Blood
Bone
The most common type of skin cancer; the lesion is a pearly-c…
Harmless; favorable; kindle, gentle, or beneficial; not cance…
A connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in whic…
Dense, hard connective tissue composing the skeleton
Basal Cell Carcinoma
The most common type of skin cancer; the lesion is a pearly-c…
Benign
Harmless; favorable; kindle, gentle, or beneficial; not cance…
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Honors Biology cell transport
Diffusion
Concentration Gradient
Passive Transport
equilibrium
Movement of molecules from a high concentration to a low conc…
difference in concentration of molecules across a space
movement of molecules into and out of a cell that does not re…
concentration of molecules equal throughout a space
Diffusion
Movement of molecules from a high concentration to a low conc…
Concentration Gradient
difference in concentration of molecules across a space
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Honors Biology Final Study Guide
Food web
Energy loss
Keystone species
Photosynthesis
A food web is a diagram showing the interconnected nature of…
This occurs as you move up the trophic levels from producers…
A species which other species in an ecosystem depend on. If i…
Conversion of light energy from the sun into chemical energy.…
Food web
A food web is a diagram showing the interconnected nature of…
Energy loss
This occurs as you move up the trophic levels from producers…
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Anatomy Honors Slide Test
Cuboidal--Epithelial
Motor Nerve-- Nervous
Bone Ground--Connective Support
Hyaline--Connective Support
Cuboidal--Epithelial
Motor Nerve-- Nervous
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Honors Anatomy & Physiology Unit 1: Biology & Chemistry Review
Homeostatis (Receptor)
Homeostatis (Set Point)
Homeostatis (Effectors)
Homeostatis Schedule
Tells the body: What's going on? (about stimuli)
Tells the body the right value (Ex. Temperature)
Changes internal conditions to adjust what's going on
Receptor, Set Point, Control Center (compares value to normal…
Homeostatis (Receptor)
Tells the body: What's going on? (about stimuli)
Homeostatis (Set Point)
Tells the body the right value (Ex. Temperature)
Biology Honors Review for Final
Identify a diagram of DNA
What is a DNA nucleotide made of?
What is an RNA nucleotide made of?
How is RNA different from DNA
Nitogen base... Deoxyribose sugar... Phosphate group... Nucleotide
Structurally, DNA and RNA are nearly identical. However, ther…
Identify a diagram of DNA
What is a DNA nucleotide made of?
Nitogen base... Deoxyribose sugar... Phosphate group... Nucleotide
24 terms
Honors Biology
three parts of cell theory
differences between compound light mic…
electron is used for what specimen
compound light is used for what specimen
all organisms are composed of one or more cells, the cell is…
compound light-uses light to illuminate specimens and glass l…
big
small
three parts of cell theory
all organisms are composed of one or more cells, the cell is…
differences between compound light mic…
compound light-uses light to illuminate specimens and glass l…
18 terms
Biology Honors: Cellular Respiration
Describe the development that led to t…
explain how molecular diversity is bas…
Differentiate between eukaryotic cells…
Describe the structure of the cell mem…
...
Carbon atom has four Valance Electrons in its outermost energ…
...
...
Describe the development that led to t…
...
explain how molecular diversity is bas…
Carbon atom has four Valance Electrons in its outermost energ…
15 terms
Biology Honors
Amino acid
Carbohydrate
Disaccharide
Element
Building blocks of protein
Broken down to simple sugars
A double sugar, consisting of two monosaccharides joined by d…
A pure substance made of only one kind of atom
Amino acid
Building blocks of protein
Carbohydrate
Broken down to simple sugars
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honors biology
uni/mono
di
tri
mer
one
two
three
molecules
uni/mono
one
di
two
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