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18 termscreated on January 18, 2017
Biology Chapter 5: Hormones
Follicle-stimulating Hormone (FSH)
Luteinizing hormone (LH)
Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
source: anterior pituitary... type: peptide... action: stimulates f…
source: anterior pituitary... type: peptide... action: stimulates o…
source: anterior pituitary... type: peptide... action: stimulates t…
source: anterior pituitary... type: peptide... action: stimulates t…
Follicle-stimulating Hormone (FSH)
source: anterior pituitary... type: peptide... action: stimulates f…
Luteinizing hormone (LH)
source: anterior pituitary... type: peptide... action: stimulates o…
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MCAT Biology Brain
Spinal cord
Medulla
Pons
Cerebellum
General function: Simple reflexes... Specific functions: ... -Contr…
General function: Involuntary functions ... Specific functions:…
General function: Relay station and balance... Specific function…
General function: Movement coordination... Specific functions:…
Spinal cord
General function: Simple reflexes... Specific functions: ... -Contr…
Medulla
General function: Involuntary functions ... Specific functions:…
25 termscreated on January 18, 2017
Biology and Behavior
Functionalism
Sensory neurons (aka _____ neurons)
Motor neurons (aka ____ neurons)
Interneurons
a system of thought in psychology, pioneered by William James…
afferent; transmit sensory information from receptors to the…
efferent; transmit motor information from the brain and spina…
found between other neurons... most numerous of the three ... locat…
Functionalism
a system of thought in psychology, pioneered by William James…
Sensory neurons (aka _____ neurons)
afferent; transmit sensory information from receptors to the…
59 termscreated on January 18, 2017
Biology and Behavior
Neuropsychology
three types of neurons in the nervous…
Reflex Arches
2 parts of the nervous system
study of the connection between the nervous system and behavior
1. sensory (afferent)... 2. Motor (efferent)... 3. Interneurons
use the ability of interneurons in the spinal chord to relay…
1. Central nervous system: brain and spinal chord... 2. Peripher…
Neuropsychology
study of the connection between the nervous system and behavior
three types of neurons in the nervous…
1. sensory (afferent)... 2. Motor (efferent)... 3. Interneurons
22 termscreated on January 18, 2017
MCAT - Biology: C
Calcitonin
Capillaries
Carbonic Anhydrase
Cardiac Muscle
Hormone synthesized and released by the thyroid gland that de…
Blood vessels composed of a single layer of endothelial cells…
Enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of carbonic acid to carb…
Type of muscle found within the heart; may contain one or two…
Calcitonin
Hormone synthesized and released by the thyroid gland that de…
Capillaries
Blood vessels composed of a single layer of endothelial cells…
13 terms
created on January 18, 2017
1.1: Eukaryotic Cells
epithelial tissue
basement membrane
parenchyma
simple epithelia
cover the body and line its cavities, providing a means for p…
an underlying layer of connective tissue that epithelial cell…
the functional parts of the organ; ... consists of epithelial ce…
an epithelial tissue with only one layer of cells
epithelial tissue
cover the body and line its cavities, providing a means for p…
basement membrane
an underlying layer of connective tissue that epithelial cell…
24 termscreated on January 18, 2017
Genetics Inheritance Patterns
Autosomal Recessive
Autosomal Dominant
Mitochondrial
Y-Linked
Can skip generations (affected offspring have unaffected pare…
Doesn't skip generations (affected person has affected parent…
Maternal inheritance... Affected female births affected children…
Affects male only, females can't have (they only have XX chro…
Autosomal Recessive
Can skip generations (affected offspring have unaffected pare…
Autosomal Dominant
Doesn't skip generations (affected person has affected parent…
26 termscreated on January 18, 2017
Kap 3: Biology (Embryogenesis and Development)
ampulla
acrosomal apparatus
cortical reaction
fraternal twins, dizygotic
widest part of the fallopian tube
tubelike structure with sperm and oocyte
a release of calcium atoms during fertilization... depolarizes t…
2 sperm 2 eggs
ampulla
widest part of the fallopian tube
acrosomal apparatus
tubelike structure with sperm and oocyte
6 termscreated on January 18, 2017
MCAT - Biology: B
Bacteriophages
Bile
Binary Fission
Blastulation
Viruses that can only infect bacteria.
An alkaline fluid synthesized in the liver, stored in the gal…
Method of asexual reproduction by which prokaryotes divide. T…
The process by which a morula develops into a blastula with a…
Bacteriophages
Viruses that can only infect bacteria.
Bile
An alkaline fluid synthesized in the liver, stored in the gal…
104 termscreated on January 18, 2017
Chapter 1: The Cell
Eukaryotic cells
Prokaryotic cells
Cytosol
Nucleus
Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, or Both: Contains a true nucleus enc…
Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, or Both: Do not contain a nucleus
Allows for diffusion of molecules throughout the cell
Contains genetic material encoded as DNA
Eukaryotic cells
Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, or Both: Contains a true nucleus enc…
Prokaryotic cells
Eukaryotes, Prokaryotes, or Both: Do not contain a nucleus
18 termscreated on January 18, 2017
MCAT Biochem and Biology
Northern Blot
Western Blot
Southern Blot
Functional Components of Testes
Used to detect RNA with a DNA probe.
Used to detect proteins through gel electrophoresis and antib…
Used to detect specific DNA sequences after gel electrophores…
Seminiferous tubules and inerstitial/Leydig cells.
Northern Blot
Used to detect RNA with a DNA probe.
Western Blot
Used to detect proteins through gel electrophoresis and antib…
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Biology MCAT
Bacterial genetic recombination
Anovulation (unable to ovulate) result…
GnRH is released by __ on the fifth an…
GnRH stimulates the release of ___ fro…
Transformation - prokaryoye picks ip a foreign piece of DNA f…
Hormone (LH & FSH) imbalance
hypothalamus
FSH, anterior pituitary (day 5)... LH, anterior pituitary (day 14)
Bacterial genetic recombination
Transformation - prokaryoye picks ip a foreign piece of DNA f…
Anovulation (unable to ovulate) result…
Hormone (LH & FSH) imbalance
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MCAT-Biology
cell theory
eukaryotic cells
prokaryotic cells
cytosol
a theory that consists of four basic tenets: 1) all living th…
cells that contain a true nucleus enclosed in a membrane, mos…
single celled organisms that do not contain a nucleus and mem…
the aqueous component of the cytoplasm of a cell, within whic…
cell theory
a theory that consists of four basic tenets: 1) all living th…
eukaryotic cells
cells that contain a true nucleus enclosed in a membrane, mos…
19 termscreated on January 17, 2017
MCAT Biology: Chapter 1.4
Binary Fission
Plasmids
Episomes
Bacterial Genetic Recombination
A simple form of asexual reproduction seen in prokaryotes; th…
Carry genes that impart some benefit to the bacterium, such a…
A subset of plasmids that are capable of integrating into the…
Helps increase bacterial diversity and thus permits evolution…
Binary Fission
A simple form of asexual reproduction seen in prokaryotes; th…
Plasmids
Carry genes that impart some benefit to the bacterium, such a…
23 termscreated on January 17, 2017
MCAT - Biology: A
Acrosome
Action Potential
Adaptive Immunity
Adrenal Cortex
The large vesicle at the head of a sperm cell containing enzy…
A sharp change in the membrane potential of neurons or muscle…
A highly specific form of immunity that develops in response…
Synthesizes and releases corticosteroids. Glucocorticoids are…
Acrosome
The large vesicle at the head of a sperm cell containing enzy…
Action Potential
A sharp change in the membrane potential of neurons or muscle…
27 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Chapter 1 - The Cell
Cell Theory
Eukaryotic cells
Where is ribosomal RNA (rRNA) synthesi…
How does the mitochondria's structure…
1. All living things are composed of cells... 2. The cell is the…
• Contain a nucleus... • Membrane-bound organelles... • Phospholipi…
The nucleolus, which is a subsection of the nucleus
By pumping protons from the mitochondrial matrix (the space i…
Cell Theory
1. All living things are composed of cells... 2. The cell is the…
Eukaryotic cells
• Contain a nucleus... • Membrane-bound organelles... • Phospholipi…
25 termscreated on January 17, 2017
MCAT Biology: Chapter 1.3
Prokaryotes
Archaea
Bacteria
Mutualistic Symbiotic
Do not contain any membrane-bound organelles or a nucleus; si…
Single-celled organisms that are visually similar to bacteria…
All contain a cell membrane, cytoplasm, and some have flagell…
Describes a relationship in which both parties benefit from t…
Prokaryotes
Do not contain any membrane-bound organelles or a nucleus; si…
Archaea
Single-celled organisms that are visually similar to bacteria…
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Chapter 6: The Respiratory System
Nares
Pharynx
Another name for nasal hairs
Thin covering over the larynx
Holes in the nose
Space above the larynx where air is warmed and humidified
Vibrissae
Epiglottis
Nares
Holes in the nose
Pharynx
Space above the larynx where air is warmed and humidified
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Eukaryotic Cells
nucleus function
nucleolus function
nuclear envelope
mitochondria function
contain & protect DNA; transcription; partial assembly of rib…
-ribosome factory of nucleus... -no membrane separating it from…
inner & outer membrane; continous w/ ER lumen; have nuclear p…
produce ATP via Krebs & oxidative phosphorylation; inner memb…
nucleus function
contain & protect DNA; transcription; partial assembly of rib…
nucleolus function
-ribosome factory of nucleus... -no membrane separating it from…
14 termscreated on January 17, 2017
MCAT Biology and Behavior
Franz Gall
Pierre Flourens
William James
functionalism
father of phrenology; Theory: if a trait was developed, there…
1st to study the function of sections of the brain by removin…
father of American psychology; theories formed functionalism
system of thought that studies how mental processes help indi…
Franz Gall
father of phrenology; Theory: if a trait was developed, there…
Pierre Flourens
1st to study the function of sections of the brain by removin…
7 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Regulation of gene products
DNA methylation
Lac Operons in Prokaryotes (Inducible…
Operation of the lac operon
Trp operon (repressible because it is…
-Can block transcription or recruit the chromatin remodeling…
P region: Promoter region where the RNA polymerase binds and…
-when glucose levels are low, adenylyl cyclase is activated a…
-trpR gene codes for the repressor... -when tryptophan is presen…
DNA methylation
-Can block transcription or recruit the chromatin remodeling…
Lac Operons in Prokaryotes (Inducible…
P region: Promoter region where the RNA polymerase binds and…
45 termscreated on January 17, 2017
MCAT - Biology - A&P
12 Organ Systems
Tissue type
Muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle
Nervous system, endocrine system, circulatory system, lymphat…
Muscle, nervous, epithelial, and connective
Muscle cells are elongated and filled with contractile protei…
Striated, involuntary muscle tissue found in the walls of the…
12 Organ Systems
Nervous system, endocrine system, circulatory system, lymphat…
Tissue type
Muscle, nervous, epithelial, and connective
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Ch. 4 biology
neurons
soma
dendrites
axon hillcock
specialized cells capable of transmitting electrical impulses…
cell body; location of the nucleus as well as organelles such…
appendages that receive signals from other cells
where the cell body transitions to the axon, and where action…
neurons
specialized cells capable of transmitting electrical impulses…
soma
cell body; location of the nucleus as well as organelles such…
230 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biology Chapter: 4 The Nervous System
What are the 3 types of molecules that…
What are neurotransmitters governed by?
What are local mediators governed by?
What are hormones governed by?
1) neurotransmitters... 2) local mediators... 3) hormones
the nervous system
the paracrine system
the endocrine system
What are the 3 types of molecules that…
1) neurotransmitters... 2) local mediators... 3) hormones
What are neurotransmitters governed by?
the nervous system
41 termscreated on January 17, 2017
MCAT - Kaplan Biology Ch 1
peroxisomes (euk)
nucleolus (euk)
cristae (euk)
rough ER (euk)
- contain hydrogen peroxide... - break down long chain fatty aci…
subsection of nucleus where rRNA is synthesized
infoldings of the inner mitochondrial membrane
studded with ribosomes which permit translation of proteins t…
peroxisomes (euk)
- contain hydrogen peroxide... - break down long chain fatty aci…
nucleolus (euk)
subsection of nucleus where rRNA is synthesized
8 termscreated on January 17, 2017
MCAT BIOLOGY
Nerves
Tracts
Sodium/Potassium ATPase
Steps in Ion Channel Controlled Membra…
Collection of neurons in the PNS with cell bodies in the gang…
Neurons of the CNS that carry only one type of information
3 sodium ions are removed, while 2 potassium ions are enterin…
1. Reach threshold to open voltage-gated sodium channels ... 2.…
Nerves
Collection of neurons in the PNS with cell bodies in the gang…
Tracts
Neurons of the CNS that carry only one type of information
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TRP 4: Biology
Nucleotides are linked by
Hybridization or anneling
DNA gyrase
Heterochromatin
phosphodiester bonds between the 3' hydroxyl and the 5' phosp…
the binding of 2 complementary strands of DNA into a double s…
uses energy of ATP to twist gigantic circular plasmids (super…
densely packed
Nucleotides are linked by
phosphodiester bonds between the 3' hydroxyl and the 5' phosp…
Hybridization or anneling
the binding of 2 complementary strands of DNA into a double s…
46 termscreated on January 17, 2017
Biology - Chapter 1: The Cell
Name the four tenets of cell theory
What is the major difference between p…
Nucleus
Nucleolus
1. All living things are composed of cells... 2. Cells are the b…
Eukaryotic cells can be unicellular or multicellular and cont…
Organelle that contains all genetic material necessary for DN…
A subsection of the nucleus where rRNA is synthesized
Name the four tenets of cell theory
1. All living things are composed of cells... 2. Cells are the b…
What is the major difference between p…
Eukaryotic cells can be unicellular or multicellular and cont…
534 termscreated on January 17, 2017
MCAT: Biology
Domain
Species
Genotype
Phenotype
Three types: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya.
All organisms that can reproduce fertile offspring with one a…
Part of a trait, describes the chromosomes of an organism.
Part of a trait, describes the product of the genes that can…
Domain
Three types: Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya.
Species
All organisms that can reproduce fertile offspring with one a…
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Biology
Endoderm
Ectoderm
Mesoderm
Gram (+) Bacteria
Endernal organs:... Digestive tract (stomach, intestines)... Offsho…
Attract-o-derm:... Integumentary (skin, hair, teeth)... Nervous (PN…
Means-o-derm:... Kidney... Lymphatic... Circulatory... Musculoskeletal... Go…
Thick cell wall
Endoderm
Endernal organs:... Digestive tract (stomach, intestines)... Offsho…
Ectoderm
Attract-o-derm:... Integumentary (skin, hair, teeth)... Nervous (PN…
51 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Psychology: Biology and Behavior
3 Neuron Types
Reflex Arcs
Nervous System is made up of:
Central Nervous System contains:
Sensory (afferent), Motor (efferent), Interneurons
Ability of interneurons in spinal cord to relay information t…
Central Nervous System (CNS) and Peripheral Nervous System (P…
Brain and Spinal Cord
3 Neuron Types
Sensory (afferent), Motor (efferent), Interneurons
Reflex Arcs
Ability of interneurons in spinal cord to relay information t…
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Mitosis/Meiosis
interphase
prophase
kinetochore
metaphase
includes: ... G1: growth of the cell, synthesis of organelles... S:…
-condensation of chromatin to chromosomes... -centriole pairs se…
attachment points for spindle apparatus
-centriole pairs are at opposite ends of the cell... -kinetochor…
interphase
includes: ... G1: growth of the cell, synthesis of organelles... S:…
prophase
-condensation of chromatin to chromosomes... -centriole pairs se…
51 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology Chapter 1: The Cell
Cell Theory
Cytosol
Structure & characteristics of cell me…
Nucleus
•All things composed of living cells... •Cell is basic functiona…
•Semifluid in which organelles are suspended... •Allows for diff…
•Phospholipid bilayer ... •Hydrophobic inner portion, hydrophili…
•Contains genetic info (DNA)... •Double membrane separates it fr…
Cell Theory
•All things composed of living cells... •Cell is basic functiona…
Cytosol
•Semifluid in which organelles are suspended... •Allows for diff…
101 termscreated on January 16, 2017
MCAT Biology FINAL flashcard set
Bile
Bacteriophages
Axon Hillock
Axial Skeleton
-alkaline fluid; made in liver, stored in gall bladder, relea…
viruses that only infect bacteria
-connects cell body (soma) to axon... -determines initiation of…
skull, vertebral column, ribcage, hyoid bone
Bile
-alkaline fluid; made in liver, stored in gall bladder, relea…
Bacteriophages
viruses that only infect bacteria
42 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology Question Packs
Inbreeding can reduce the fitness of a…
Functions of mammalian skin:
In mammals, what even occurs during mi…
What is a key difference between meios…
incidence of expression of deleterious recessive traits. (del…
sensation, protection from disease, protection against intern…
the splitting of centromeres
Differences occur during their anaphases. During anaphase of…
Inbreeding can reduce the fitness of a…
incidence of expression of deleterious recessive traits. (del…
Functions of mammalian skin:
sensation, protection from disease, protection against intern…
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Biology Chp 9: The Digestive System
intracellular digestion
extracellular digestion
mechanical digestion
chemical digestion
- involves the oxidation of glucose and fatty acids to make e…
- occurs in lumen of the alimentary canal
- is the physical breakdown of large food particles into smal…
- is the enzymatic cleavage of chemical bonds, such as the pe…
intracellular digestion
- involves the oxidation of glucose and fatty acids to make e…
extracellular digestion
- occurs in lumen of the alimentary canal
41 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Biology Chp 8: The Immune System
innate immunity
adaptive immunity
Bone marrow
spleen and lymph nodes
- is composed of defenses that are always active, but that ca…
- is composed of defenses that take time to activate, but tha…
- produces immune cells, such as leukocytes (WBC)
- are sites were immune responses can be mounted, and in whic…
innate immunity
- is composed of defenses that are always active, but that ca…
adaptive immunity
- is composed of defenses that take time to activate, but tha…
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Kap 2: Biology
diploid cells
haploid
interphase
Go
autosomal cells
germ cells
G1, S, G2... longest phase
the cell is simply living; no division
diploid cells
autosomal cells
haploid
germ cells
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Biology Chater 2: Reproduction
Autosomal Cells
Germ Cells
The cell cycle stages
G1
Non sex cells and considers diploid which means they have 2 c…
sex cells and considered haploid which means they have 1 copy…
4: G1, S, G2 (collectively known as interphase) and M... G0 mean…
The cell grows and the membrane organelles are created for pr…
Autosomal Cells
Non sex cells and considers diploid which means they have 2 c…
Germ Cells
sex cells and considered haploid which means they have 1 copy…
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MCAT Molecular Biology Techniques
ELISA
Radioimmunoassay (RIA)
Electrophoresis
Southern Blotting
Enzyme-linked Immuno-Sorbent Assay. Biochemical technique tha…
like ELISA but use radiolabeled antigen and antibodies instea…
means of separating things by size or charge. Side with the w…
allows you to detect the presence of a sequence within a hete…
ELISA
Enzyme-linked Immuno-Sorbent Assay. Biochemical technique tha…
Radioimmunoassay (RIA)
like ELISA but use radiolabeled antigen and antibodies instea…
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MCAT Biology The Cell
Cell Theory
Eukaryote
Prokaryote
Cytosol
All living things are composed of cells, the cell is the basi…
A unicellular or multicellular organism composed of cells tha…
Cell lacking a nuclear membrane and membrane bound organelles…
Allows for the diffusion of molecules throughout the cell. Si…
Cell Theory
All living things are composed of cells, the cell is the basi…
Eukaryote
A unicellular or multicellular organism composed of cells tha…
13 termscreated on January 16, 2017
MCAT Biology Chapter 6: The Respiratory System
Pathway of Air
Pharynx
Larynx
Surfactant
External Nares-->Pharynx-->Larynx-->Trachea-->Bronchi-->Bronc…
This is a common passageway for both air and food destined fo…
This is a passageway downstream from the pharynx that is spec…
A detergent that coats the alveoli and lowers surface tension…
Pathway of Air
External Nares-->Pharynx-->Larynx-->Trachea-->Bronchi-->Bronc…
Pharynx
This is a common passageway for both air and food destined fo…
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MCAT BIOLOGY CHAPTER 2 REPRODUCTION
________ is determined by the 23rd chr…
the ______________ carries a sizable a…
Mutations in the x chromosome is calle…
males are termed ___________ because t…
sex
x chromosome
sex-linked
hemizygous
________ is determined by the 23rd chr…
sex
the ______________ carries a sizable a…
x chromosome
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Biology Chp 7: The Cardiovascular System
cardiovascular system
heart
atrioventricular valves
semilunar valves
- consists of a muscular four-chambered heart, blood vessels,…
- is composed of cardiac muscle and supports two different…
- separate the atria from the ventricle... - includes: the *tric…
- separate the ventricles from the vasculature... - includes: th…
cardiovascular system
- consists of a muscular four-chambered heart, blood vessels,…
heart
- is composed of cardiac muscle and supports two different…
39 termscreated on January 16, 2017
Behavioral Sciences Chapter 1: Biology and Behavior
Nerve Cells in nervous system
Two Parts of Nervous Syste
Somatic Nervous System
Autonomic Nervous System
Sensory Neurons- transmit information from receptors to spina…
CNS- Brain and spinal cord... Peripheral- made up of nerve tissu…
Part of PNS- sensory and motors neurons in skin, joints and m…
Part of PNS- regulates heartbeat, respiration, digestion, and…
Nerve Cells in nervous system
Sensory Neurons- transmit information from receptors to spina…
Two Parts of Nervous Syste
CNS- Brain and spinal cord... Peripheral- made up of nerve tissu…
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MCAT Behavioral Sciences Biology and Behavior
hindbrain
rhombencephalon
myelencephalon
metencephalon
located where the brain meets the spinal cord; controls balan…
another name for the hindbrain
part of brain that gives rise to the medulla oblongata
part of the brain that gives rise to the pons and cerebellum
hindbrain
located where the brain meets the spinal cord; controls balan…
rhombencephalon
another name for the hindbrain
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MCAT Biology Chapter 5: Endocrine System (4 Stars)
Types of Hormones
Peptide Hormones
Signalling Cascade
Example of G-Protein Coupled Receptor
Peptides, Amino Acid Derivatives, and Steroids
These hormones are made up of amino acids, and range from qui…
This is the connection between a hormone and the effect broug…
Binding of the peptide causes the activation or the inhibitio…
Types of Hormones
Peptides, Amino Acid Derivatives, and Steroids
Peptide Hormones
These hormones are made up of amino acids, and range from qui…
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Biology 3: Embryogenesis and Development
Fertilization
Cleavage
Blastulation
Gastrulation
- secondary oocyte in the fallopian tube (ampulla)... - sperm re…
- rapid mitotic division (same overall size but increase in n…
- morula becomes blastula (forms inner cell mass, trophoblast…
- generation of 3 germ layers (ecto-, endo- and meso-derm)... -…
Fertilization
- secondary oocyte in the fallopian tube (ampulla)... - sperm re…
Cleavage
- rapid mitotic division (same overall size but increase in n…
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Molecular Biology
How many bonds does adenine and thymin…
How many bonds does cytosine and guani…
What is the structure of DNA in prokar…
What are transposons?
two hydrogen bonds
three hydrogen bonds
supercoiled
mobile genetic elements that can "jump: from chromosome to ch…
How many bonds does adenine and thymin…
two hydrogen bonds
How many bonds does cytosine and guani…
three hydrogen bonds
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BIOLOGY 2, Ch. 3: Metabolism
Glycogenesis
Glycogenolysis
Glycolysis
Beta-oxidation
Process of storing carbohydrates in the muscle and liver as g…
Process of breaking down glycogen
Process of breaking down glucose (6-carbon hexamer) into pyru…
Chemical breakdown of fatty acids
Glycogenesis
Process of storing carbohydrates in the muscle and liver as g…
Glycogenolysis
Process of breaking down glycogen
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