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IB biology HL cell biology
cell theory
Human cheek cell
moss leaf cell
exception to cell theory; Skeletal mus…
Cells are the smallest possible unit of life, all living orga…
Contains; cytoplasm, plasma membrane, nucleus and mitochondria.
Contains; vacuole, chloroplast, nucleus, plasma membrane, cel…
Made up of muscle fibres, enclosed in a membrane, but are muc…
cell theory
Cells are the smallest possible unit of life, all living orga…
Human cheek cell
Contains; cytoplasm, plasma membrane, nucleus and mitochondria.
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IB Biology HL: Cells
Plasma/cell membrane
Golgi apparatus
Nuclear pore
Nucleolus
Semi-permeable and regulates which molecules are allowed to e…
Stores, modifies, and packages proteins
Allows communication between the nucleus and the rest of the…
A dense, solid structure involved in ribosome synthesis
Plasma/cell membrane
Semi-permeable and regulates which molecules are allowed to e…
Golgi apparatus
Stores, modifies, and packages proteins
60 terms
IB HL Biology - Cells
Unicellular organism
Multicellular organism
3 cell theory postulates
Organelles
Single-called... Carries out all functions of life independently
Have specialized cells to carry out specific functions... Can di…
1. All living things are made of one or more cells... 2. Cells a…
Specialized structures in cells that carry out different func…
Unicellular organism
Single-called... Carries out all functions of life independently
Multicellular organism
Have specialized cells to carry out specific functions... Can di…
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IB Biology HL Cells
Chlorella
Paramecium
Cell Theory
Evidence for Cell Theory
Unicellular, Autotroph cell... (Contains: Starch, Mitochondria,…
Unicellular, Heterotroph Cell... (Contains: Cilia, Macronucleus,…
1. All living organisms are made up of one or more cells... 2. C…
Pasteur's Experiments: Bread Samples (Swan neck flasks)... Tissu…
Chlorella
Unicellular, Autotroph cell... (Contains: Starch, Mitochondria,…
Paramecium
Unicellular, Heterotroph Cell... (Contains: Cilia, Macronucleus,…
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IB HL Biology: Origin of Cells
Who disproved spontaneous Generation?
What did Louis Pasteur's experiment co…
What is the evidence that helps prove…
What were the conditions of early earth?
Franscesco Redi and Louis Pasteur
A test whether sterile nutrient brother could spontaneously g…
-Mitosis... -Cells are highly complex and no mechanism has been…
-Violent and chaotic... -Received a constant hail of meteorites…
Who disproved spontaneous Generation?
Franscesco Redi and Louis Pasteur
What did Louis Pasteur's experiment co…
A test whether sterile nutrient brother could spontaneously g…
110 terms
IB Biology HL Cells
Give the three statements of the cell…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
What are the 6 functions of life?
What is the unit representing 1m*10^-3?
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
Metabolism, response, homeostasis, growth, reproduction, nutr…
Millimeter (mm)
Give the three statements of the cell…
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
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IB HL Biology: Cell Membrane
What is a phospholipid made up of?
Define Amphiphatic
What does the phospholipid bilayer do?
Describe function/positioning phosphol…
- 2 Fatty achid chains (hydrophobic, one saturated and one un…
Part of molecule is hydrophobic, part hydrophilic (phospholip…
-Forms barrier between 2 aqueous envirenments
- Arranges in a double barrier... -heads out, tails in ... -hydroph…
What is a phospholipid made up of?
- 2 Fatty achid chains (hydrophobic, one saturated and one un…
Define Amphiphatic
Part of molecule is hydrophobic, part hydrophilic (phospholip…
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IB Biology HL - Cell Cycle
Interphase
G1 Phase
S Phase
G2 Phase
G1, S, G2, longest and most active phase of cell cycle, cell…
rapid protein synthesis causes cell to grow in size, proteins…
DNA doubles, chromosomes turn into sister chromatids, sister…
protein synthesis produces useful proteins such as microtubul…
Interphase
G1, S, G2, longest and most active phase of cell cycle, cell…
G1 Phase
rapid protein synthesis causes cell to grow in size, proteins…
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Cell Biology (IB HL Biology)
Cell Theory
Evidence for Cell theory
Exceptions to Cell Theory
Functions of Life
All organisms are composed of one or more cells. ... All cells a…
Living tissues= composed of cells... Cells of an organism can so…
Skeletal muscle - multinucleate cytoplasm ... Some fungal hyphae…
Metabolism... Response to stimuli... Homeostasis ... Growth/developmen…
Cell Theory
All organisms are composed of one or more cells. ... All cells a…
Evidence for Cell theory
Living tissues= composed of cells... Cells of an organism can so…
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IB HL Biology: Origin of Cells
Who disproved spontaneous Generation?
What did Louis Pasteur's experiment co…
What is the evidence that helps prove…
What were the conditions of early earth?
Franscesco Redi and Louis Pasteur
A test whether sterile nutrient brother could spontaneously g…
-Mitosis... -Cells are highly complex and no mechanism has been…
-Violent and chaotic... -Received a constant hail of meteorites…
Who disproved spontaneous Generation?
Franscesco Redi and Louis Pasteur
What did Louis Pasteur's experiment co…
A test whether sterile nutrient brother could spontaneously g…
27 terms
IB HL Biology: Cell Membrane
What is a phospholipid made up of?
Define Amphiphatic
What does the phospholipid bilayer do?
Describe function/positioning phosphol…
- 2 Fatty achid chains (hydrophobic, one saturated and one un…
Part of molecule is hydrophobic, part hydrophilic (phospholip…
-Forms barrier between 2 aqueous envirenments
- Arranges in a double barrier... -heads out, tails in ... -hydroph…
What is a phospholipid made up of?
- 2 Fatty achid chains (hydrophobic, one saturated and one un…
Define Amphiphatic
Part of molecule is hydrophobic, part hydrophilic (phospholip…
IB Biology HL Cell Biology
The Cell Theory
Exceptions to the Cell Theory
Magnification Forumla:
Size of Specimen Formula:
1) All living organisms are composed of cells... 2) Cells are th…
- Striated muscles... - Giant algae... - Fungi Hyphae
size of image/actual size of specimen
size of image/magnification
The Cell Theory
1) All living organisms are composed of cells... 2) Cells are th…
Exceptions to the Cell Theory
- Striated muscles... - Giant algae... - Fungi Hyphae
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Hl Ib Biology; 01 Cells
Robert Hook
Biogenesis
Prokaryotic
Anaerobes
'Cell' after looking at a piece of cork
'Creation of life'
'Before nucleus'
Die in presence of oxygen
Robert Hook
'Cell' after looking at a piece of cork
Biogenesis
'Creation of life'
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Cell Respiration - IB Biology HL
Cell respiration
All living cells need energy to power..
A cell's energy source are the..
What is the immediately available sour…
The controlled release of energy in the form of ATP from orga…
All the activities of life including: ... Digestion, protein syn…
sugars and other substances derived from nutrients, which can…
ATP from respiration
Cell respiration
The controlled release of energy in the form of ATP from orga…
All living cells need energy to power..
All the activities of life including: ... Digestion, protein syn…
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IB HL Biology Cell division
Chromosome
Karyotype
Diploid
Haploid
Length of supercoiled DNA divided into sections called genes…
Chromosome complement of an organism ... e.g. humans = 46
Cell with full complement of chromosomes (2n)
Cell with half the number of chromosome (n) ... e.g. all gametes
Chromosome
Length of supercoiled DNA divided into sections called genes…
Karyotype
Chromosome complement of an organism ... e.g. humans = 46
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Cell Respiration - IB Biology HL
Cellular Respiration
Breaking Bonds
"Goal" of controlled release of energy…
aerobic cell respiration
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
release of energy
to trap energy in the form of ATP
cell respiration with sufficient oxygen
Cellular Respiration
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
Breaking Bonds
release of energy
Cell Biology IB HL Test
Cell Theory
Functions of life in a paramecium (MR H)
Functions of life in a paramecium (GREN)
Functions of life in a chlorella (MR H)
Living things are composed of cells, cells are the smallest t…
M- Produces enzymes which catalyze many different reactions w…
G- Increases in size and dry mass by accumulating organic mat…
M- Most metabolic pathways happen in cytoplasm ... R- The wave a…
Cell Theory
Living things are composed of cells, cells are the smallest t…
Functions of life in a paramecium (MR H)
M- Produces enzymes which catalyze many different reactions w…
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Cell Respiration - IB Biology HL
Cellular Respiration
Breaking Bonds
"Goal" of controlled release of energy…
aerobic cell respiration
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
release of energy
to trap energy in the form of ATP
cell respiration with oxygen sufficient
Cellular Respiration
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
Breaking Bonds
release of energy
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Cell Respiration IB HL Biology
Aerobic Respiration
ATP
ATP Synthase
Chemiosmosis
A type of respiration that is a common source of energy in ce…
-A nucleoid triphosphate that is a common source of energy in…
An enzyme that utilizes the H+ electrochemical gradient to sy…
The process for making ATP using the energy stored in an elec…
Aerobic Respiration
A type of respiration that is a common source of energy in ce…
ATP
-A nucleoid triphosphate that is a common source of energy in…
IB BIOLOGY HL- ULTRASTRUCTURE OF CELLS
Nucleus
Mitochondria
Smooth ER
Rough ER
double membrane structure where DNA is stored as chromatin. n…
double membrane structure with highly folded inner cristae wh…
bare membrane network that transports lipids between organelles
studded membrane with ribosomes that transports proteins betw…
Nucleus
double membrane structure where DNA is stored as chromatin. n…
Mitochondria
double membrane structure with highly folded inner cristae wh…
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IB Biology HL Topic 8: Cell Respiration
The controlled release of energy from…
The loss of electrons from an element,…
The gain of electrons by an element, u…
A phosphate group.
Define "cell respiration".
What is oxidation?
What is reduction?
What does "P" represent? (usually written with an i subscript)
The controlled release of energy from…
Define "cell respiration".
The loss of electrons from an element,…
What is oxidation?
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Cell Respiration - IB Biology HL
Cellular Respiration
Catabolism
Aerobic metabolism
Fermentation
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
Biological processes which primarily break down large storage…
Metabolism that can proceed only in the presence of oxygen.
A catabolic process that makes a limited amount of ATP from g…
Cellular Respiration
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
Catabolism
Biological processes which primarily break down large storage…
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IB Biology HL - Organelles
Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
Cytoplasm
Mitochondria
Controls what comes into and out of a cell... "members only"
Ridged outer layer of a plant cell... "like a brick___"
Gel-like fluid where the organelles are found... "sail through m…
Produces the energy a cell needs to carry out its functions... "…
Cell Membrane
Controls what comes into and out of a cell... "members only"
Cell Wall
Ridged outer layer of a plant cell... "like a brick___"
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3.7 Cell Respiration - IB Biology HL
cell respiration
breaking bonds
ATP
"goal" of controlled release of energy…
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
release of energy
adenosine triphosphate
to trap energy in the form of ATP
cell respiration
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
breaking bonds
release of energy
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Photosynthesis (IB Biology HL)
light-dependent reactions
light-independent reactions
action spectrum
absorption spectrum
The first stage in photosynthesis, occuring the presence of l…
These are chemical reactions that convert carbon-dioxide to g…
A spectrum of photosynthesis that shows the percentage of lig…
electromagnetic spectrum transmitted through a substance, sho…
light-dependent reactions
The first stage in photosynthesis, occuring the presence of l…
light-independent reactions
These are chemical reactions that convert carbon-dioxide to g…
58 terms
IB HL Biology Final Review: Cells
Key Statements of the Cell Theory
3 Exemptions of the Cell Theory
7 Functions of Life
Metabolism
- Living organisms are made up of one or more cells... - No smal…
1.) Giant Algae... 2.) Striated Muscle Cell... 3.) Aseptate Fungi
1.) Metabolism... 2.) Reproduction... 3.) Homeostasis... 4.) Nutrition…
sum of all chemical reactions within the cell or organism
Key Statements of the Cell Theory
- Living organisms are made up of one or more cells... - No smal…
3 Exemptions of the Cell Theory
1.) Giant Algae... 2.) Striated Muscle Cell... 3.) Aseptate Fungi
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IB Biology HL Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis
Light Dependent Reactions (LDR)
Light Independent Reactions (LIR)
Condensation Reaction
The conversion of light energy into chemical energy in plants
Uses light energy to produce ATP and to split water molecules…
Calvin Cycle, uses ATP and H+ ions to 'fix' carbon dioxide. m…
The process where monosaccharides are combined to make carboh…
Photosynthesis
The conversion of light energy into chemical energy in plants
Light Dependent Reactions (LDR)
Uses light energy to produce ATP and to split water molecules…
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IB Biology HL Topic 8: Cell Respiration
Define "cell respiration".
What is oxidation?
What is reduction?
What does "P" represent?
The controlled release of energy from organic compounds to fo…
The loss of electrons from an element, usually involving gain…
The gain of electrons by an element, usually involving losing…
A phosphate group.
Define "cell respiration".
The controlled release of energy from organic compounds to fo…
What is oxidation?
The loss of electrons from an element, usually involving gain…
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IB BIOLOGY HL: Unit 1 Cell Biology
Explain the process of focusing on a s…
Explain the process of making a wet mo…
What are the rules for a biological dr…
What is the formula for calculating ma…
1. raise stage with coarse adjustment knob... 2. move stage so t…
1. Drop liquid onto slide and specimen... 2. Slowly place cover…
- use a sharp pencil... - don't use shading... -use clear, continuo…
Magnification= Image Size / Actual Size
Explain the process of focusing on a s…
1. raise stage with coarse adjustment knob... 2. move stage so t…
Explain the process of making a wet mo…
1. Drop liquid onto slide and specimen... 2. Slowly place cover…
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IB Biology HL 2016 Exam: Cell Biology
Introduction to the Cell Theory
What are in cells?
Cell Theory
Exceptions to the Cell Theory
cells are the smallest possible units of life and all living…
Cells consist of cytoplasm, enclosed in a plasma membrane
developed because biologists observed a trend for living orga…
1. Skeletal Muscle: consists of muscle fibers and much larger…
Introduction to the Cell Theory
cells are the smallest possible units of life and all living…
What are in cells?
Cells consist of cytoplasm, enclosed in a plasma membrane
110 terms
IB Biology HL Topic 2: Cells
Give the three statements of the cell…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
What are the 6 functions of life?
What is the unit representing 1m*10^-3?
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
Metabolism, response, homeostasis, growth, reproduction, nutr…
Millimeter (mm)
Give the three statements of the cell…
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
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IB Biology HL Exam: Cell Biology
Cell Theory
Give three exceptions to the Cell Theo…
Unicellular Organisms
Multicellular Organisms
Living organisms are composed of cells.
1. Skeletal Muscle (many nuclei)... 2. Giant Algae (large, but s…
Consist of only one cell that carries out all functions of li…
Consist of many cells that can differentiate and become speci…
Cell Theory
Living organisms are composed of cells.
Give three exceptions to the Cell Theo…
1. Skeletal Muscle (many nuclei)... 2. Giant Algae (large, but s…
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3.7 Cell Respiration - IB Biology HL
cell respiration
breaking bonds
ATP
"goal" of controlled release of energy…
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
release of energy
adenosine triphosphate
to trap energy in the form of ATP
cell respiration
a series of oxidative reactions by which cells gradually rele…
breaking bonds
release of energy
110 terms
IB Biology HL Topic 2: Cells
Give the three statements of the cell…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
What are the 6 functions of life?
What is the unit representing 1m*10^-3?
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
Metabolism, response, homeostasis, growth, reproduction, nutr…
Millimeter (mm)
Give the three statements of the cell…
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
110 terms
IB Biology HL Topic 2: Cells
Give the three statements of the cell…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
What are the 6 functions of life?
What is the unit representing 1m*10^-3?
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
Metabolism, response, homeostasis, growth, reproduction, nutr…
Millimeter (mm)
Give the three statements of the cell…
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
34 terms
IB Biology HL- Unit 8 - Metabolism, Cell Respiration & Photosynthesis
Metabolic Pathway
Activation Energy
Enzyme
Enzyme Inhibitor
A series of chemical reactions that either builds a complex m…
Energy needed to get a reaction started
A type of protein that speeds up a chemical reaction in a liv…
Certain molecules that that can inhibit a metabolic reaction…
Metabolic Pathway
A series of chemical reactions that either builds a complex m…
Activation Energy
Energy needed to get a reaction started
137 terms
IB HL 2016 Biology Topic 1: Cell Biology
What is cell theory?
What are three exceptions to cell theo…
What are the functions of life in unic…
What is metabolism?
1. Cells are the smallest unit of life... 2. All living organism…
1. Striated muscle cells - long cell with hundred of nuclei... 2…
1. Metabolism... 2. Reproduction... 3. Growth... 4. Homeostasis... 5. Res…
All the chemical reactions that occur within an organism in o…
What is cell theory?
1. Cells are the smallest unit of life... 2. All living organism…
What are three exceptions to cell theo…
1. Striated muscle cells - long cell with hundred of nuclei... 2…
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IB Biology HL 2.1 Cell Theory
- Living things are composed of cells…
A cell that becomes to large may not b…
Cells that generate heat my not be abl…
1-100um
Define cell theory
Why are cells small (functions)
Why are cells small (heat)
size: Most cells
- Living things are composed of cells…
Define cell theory
A cell that becomes to large may not b…
Why are cells small (functions)
337 terms
IB Biology HL
What are the characteristics common to…
What are the levels of biological orga…
What are the 4 most common types of bi…
Organelle
reproduction, carbon, responds to surroundings, Growth and De…
Molecules, cell, tissue, organ, organism, population, communi…
Proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids
any of a number of organized or specialized structures in a l…
What are the characteristics common to…
reproduction, carbon, responds to surroundings, Growth and De…
What are the levels of biological orga…
Molecules, cell, tissue, organ, organism, population, communi…
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IB Biology HL - Topic 1 Cells
Name one multicellular organism
Name one unicellular organism
What makes an organism multicellular?
What makes an organism unicellular?
Human
Bacteria
It is made up out of multiple cells
It is made up out of one cell
Name one multicellular organism
Human
Name one unicellular organism
Bacteria
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IB Biology HL (Cell Theory: test study)
Name and explain the 8 characteristics…
State the 3 parts of the cell theory.
Give evidence that supports the cell t…
Discuss two implications of all cells…
Cells: all living things are composed of cells. Smallest unit…
a. All living things are composed of cells. ... b. Cells are the…
Repeated experiments. ... a. Cells are living, but cells parts a…
a. There was once only 1 cell to start of with. ... b. All cells…
Name and explain the 8 characteristics…
Cells: all living things are composed of cells. Smallest unit…
State the 3 parts of the cell theory.
a. All living things are composed of cells. ... b. Cells are the…
53 terms
Photosynthesis (IB Biology HL)
light-dependent reactions
light-independent reactions
action spectrum
absorption spectrum
The first stage in photosynthesis, occuring the presence of l…
These are chemical reactions that convert carbon-dioxide to g…
A spectrum of photosynthesis that shows the percentage of lig…
electromagnetic spectrum transmitted through a substance, sho…
light-dependent reactions
The first stage in photosynthesis, occuring the presence of l…
light-independent reactions
These are chemical reactions that convert carbon-dioxide to g…
96 terms
IB Biology HL Vocabulary
Active Transport
Active Site
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)
Aerobic Respiration
Movement of substances across a membrane involving a carrier…
Region of enzyme molecule where substrate molecule binds
A nucleotide, present in every living cell, formed in photosy…
Respiration requiring oxygen, involving oxidation of glucose…
Active Transport
Movement of substances across a membrane involving a carrier…
Active Site
Region of enzyme molecule where substrate molecule binds
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IB Biology HL- Unit 8 - Metabolism, Cell Respiration & Photosynthesis
Metabolic Pathway
Activation Energy
Enzyme
Enzyme Inhibitor
A series of chemical reactions that either builds a complex m…
Energy needed to get a reaction started
A type of protein that speeds up a chemical reaction in a liv…
Certain molecules that that can inhibit a metabolic reaction…
Metabolic Pathway
A series of chemical reactions that either builds a complex m…
Activation Energy
Energy needed to get a reaction started
110 terms
IB Biology HL Topic 2: Cells
Give the three statements of the cell…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
What are the 6 functions of life?
What is the unit representing 1m*10^-3?
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
Metabolism, response, homeostasis, growth, reproduction, nutr…
Millimeter (mm)
Give the three statements of the cell…
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
23 terms
IB HL Biology Photosynthesis
Where does the light-dependent reactio…
What are the products of the light-dep…
Where does the light-independent react…
What are the products of the light-ind…
In the intermembrane space of the thylakoids.
Light energy is converted into ATP and reduced NADP.
In the stoma.
It uses ATP and reduced NADP from the light dependent reactio…
Where does the light-dependent reactio…
In the intermembrane space of the thylakoids.
What are the products of the light-dep…
Light energy is converted into ATP and reduced NADP.
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2.5 Cell Division - IB Biology HL
cell cycle
interphase
G1 phase
S phase
interphase (G1, S, G2), mitosis, cytokinesis
longest part of cell cycle, includes G1 phase, S phase and G2…
cell lives, carries out functions of life and grows larger
where genetic material of cell is replicated in preparation f…
cell cycle
interphase (G1, S, G2), mitosis, cytokinesis
interphase
longest part of cell cycle, includes G1 phase, S phase and G2…
110 terms
IB Biology HL Topic 2: Cells
Give the three statements of the cell…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
What are the 6 functions of life?
What is the unit representing 1m*10^-3?
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
Metabolism, response, homeostasis, growth, reproduction, nutr…
Millimeter (mm)
Give the three statements of the cell…
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
24 terms
2.1 Cell Theory - IB Biology HL
3 statements of cell theory
evidence of cell theory, one or more c…
evidence of cell theory, smallest units
evidence of cell theory, pre-existing…
all organisms are composed of one or more cells; cells are th…
use of microscope found that all living things were made up o…
we have not been able to find any life form smaller than a cell
experiment of Louis Pasteur: covered and uncovered sterilized…
3 statements of cell theory
all organisms are composed of one or more cells; cells are th…
evidence of cell theory, one or more c…
use of microscope found that all living things were made up o…
110 terms
IB Biology HL Topic 2: Cells
Give the three statements of the cell…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
What are the 6 functions of life?
What is the unit representing 1m*10^-3?
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
Metabolism, response, homeostasis, growth, reproduction, nutr…
Millimeter (mm)
Give the three statements of the cell…
Cells are the smallest units of life, living organisms are co…
Give 3 pieces of evidence to support c…
A smaller unit of life cannot be isolated, a cell cannot be c…
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