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MCAT Biology
Abductor
Acrosome
Active immunity
Adaptive immunity
A muscle that moves a limb away from the center of the body
The large vesicle at the head of a sperm cell containing enzy…
An immune response (antibody production or cellular immunity)…
Highly specific form of immunity that retains chemical memory…
Abductor
A muscle that moves a limb away from the center of the body
Acrosome
The large vesicle at the head of a sperm cell containing enzy…
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Biology MCAT (genetics and evolution)
Genetic leakage
Genetic drift
Founder effect
Monohybrid cross
flow of genes between species through hybrid offspring (rare…
composition of gene pool changes as a result of chance
results from bottlenecks that suddenly isolate a small popula…
accounts for one gene; results in 1:2:1 genotypes and 3:1 phe…
Genetic leakage
flow of genes between species through hybrid offspring (rare…
Genetic drift
composition of gene pool changes as a result of chance
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MCAT: Biology (Musculoskeletal System)
Musculoskeletal system: contractile un…
sarcomere
sarcomere is in _____ muscle
sarcomere contains (not general struct…
sarcomere
contractile unit of the fibers in skeletal muscle
skeletal
thin actin and thick myosin filaments
Musculoskeletal system: contractile un…
sarcomere
sarcomere
contractile unit of the fibers in skeletal muscle
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the respiratory system - functions mcat biology
simple diffusion
pulmonary arteries
pulmonary veins
surface area
process by which the lungs perform gas exchange with the bloo…
vehicle by which deoxygenated blood with a high carbon dioxid…
vehicle by which oxygenated blood with a low carbon dioxide c…
the large __________ of interaction between alveoli and capil…
simple diffusion
process by which the lungs perform gas exchange with the bloo…
pulmonary arteries
vehicle by which deoxygenated blood with a high carbon dioxid…
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MCAT: Biology (Nervous System)
functional unit of the nervous system
neuron structure
nervous system: resting potential
nervous system: action potential
neuron
3 Na+ pumped out for every 2K+ pumped in
stimulus acts on the neuron, depolarizing the membrane of the…
functional unit of the nervous system
neuron
neuron structure
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MCAT Biology - Reproductive System
SEVENUP (Seminiferous tubules, Epididy…
GnRH
estrogen
oocyte endometrium
mnemonic for male reproduction
_____________ (a hormone) stimulates release of FSH and LH
1) normally inhibits LH and FSH... 2) causes LH surge when it re…
Monthly cycle: primary _______ matures into secondary oocyte…
SEVENUP (Seminiferous tubules, Epididy…
mnemonic for male reproduction
GnRH
_____________ (a hormone) stimulates release of FSH and LH
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MCAT Biology (1.4 Genetics and Growth of Prokaryotic Cells)
binary fission
plasmid
virulence factors
episomes
This is a simple form of asexual reproduction used by prokary…
This is a small, circular section of extra DNA that although…
These are characteristics conferred by a plasmid that improve…
This is a subset of plasmids that are capable of integration…
binary fission
This is a simple form of asexual reproduction used by prokary…
plasmid
This is a small, circular section of extra DNA that although…
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Genetics and Evolution
patterns of dominance:... - ___ dominance…
penetrance and expressivity... - penetran…
Mendel's 1st law: Law of ___... - genes e…
Mendel's 2nd law: Law of ___ ___ ... - th…
patterns of dominance:... - complete dominance is when only on…
penetrance and expressivity... - penetrance is: *the proportion…
Mendel's 1st law: Law of segregation... - genes exist in alter…
Mendel's 2nd law: Law of independent assortment... - the inher…
patterns of dominance:... - ___ dominance…
patterns of dominance:... - complete dominance is when only on…
penetrance and expressivity... - penetran…
penetrance and expressivity... - penetrance is: *the proportion…
383 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Kaplan MCAT Biology (edit/delete whole set once copied to semester 2)
Red fibers
Fatty acid activation
Middle, inner
First
Slow-twitch muscle fibers. They are primarily aerobic and con…
The usage of two ATP molecules to convert fats into acetyl Co…
The ___ ear is composed of the tympanic membrane, malleus, in…
In what trimester does the fetal heart begin to beat?
Red fibers
Slow-twitch muscle fibers. They are primarily aerobic and con…
Fatty acid activation
The usage of two ATP molecules to convert fats into acetyl Co…
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MCAT biology 2
what are intermediate filaments?
what are examples of intermediate fila…
what are the functions of intermediate…
what are the types of tissue (eukaryot…
diverse group of filamentous proteins
keratin, desmin, vimentin, lamins
involved in cell-cell adhesion/maintenance of the overall int…
epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle tissue, nerve ti…
what are intermediate filaments?
diverse group of filamentous proteins
what are examples of intermediate fila…
keratin, desmin, vimentin, lamins
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Musculoskeletal System
Types of Muscle: Skeletal... - responsibl…
Types of Muscle: Smooth... - responsible…
Types of Muscle: Cardiac... - responsible…
the sarcomere:... - is the basic unit of…
Types of Muscle: Skeletal... - responsible for voluntary movem…
Types of Muscle: Smooth... - responsible for involuntary actio…
Types of Muscle: Cardiac... - has characteristics of both skelet…
the sarcomere:... - is the basic unit of skeletal muscle... - mad…
Types of Muscle: Skeletal... - responsibl…
Types of Muscle: Skeletal... - responsible for voluntary movem…
Types of Muscle: Smooth... - responsible…
Types of Muscle: Smooth... - responsible for involuntary actio…
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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 Chp 5: The Endocrine System
glands
hormones
peptide hormones
common second messengers
organs that secrete hormones
signalling molecules that are secreted directly into the bloo…
- are composed of AAs and are derived from larger precursor p…
cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP)... inositol triphosphate (…
glands
organs that secrete hormones
hormones
signalling molecules that are secreted directly into the bloo…
9 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Ch. 10 Excretory and Digestive Systems
liver
large intestine
roles of the kidney
filtration
-excreting many wastes by chemically modifying them and relea…
-reabsorbs water and ions (sodium, calcium, etc.) from feces…
-excretion of hydrophilic wastes... -maintenance of constant sol…
-passage of pressurized blood over a filter... -cells and protei…
liver
-excreting many wastes by chemically modifying them and relea…
large intestine
-reabsorbs water and ions (sodium, calcium, etc.) from feces…
33 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Biology Lab Techniques
ELISA
Radioimmunoassay
Electrophoresis
Northern Blotting
-Determine presence of Antigens or antibodies... -when testing f…
-(RIA)... -Similar to ELISA, but use radiolabeled antigens and a…
-separate things by size or by charge... -gel made of acrylamide…
-Detect presence of specific sequences within a heterogeneous…
ELISA
-Determine presence of Antigens or antibodies... -when testing f…
Radioimmunoassay
-(RIA)... -Similar to ELISA, but use radiolabeled antigens and a…
8 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Biology- Musculoskeletal system
Sarcomere
Initiation
Sarcomere shortening
Relaxation
contractile unit of the fibers in skeletal muscle... contains th…
depolarization of a neuron leads to an action potential
sarcoplasmic reticulum releases calcium ions... calcium binds to…
calcium ions are pumped back into the sarcoplasmic reticulum
Sarcomere
contractile unit of the fibers in skeletal muscle... contains th…
Initiation
depolarization of a neuron leads to an action potential
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Biology- Nervous system
Neuron
Resting potential
Action Potential
Impulse Propagation
functional unit of the nervous system
3 Na + pumped out of every 2 K+ pumped in
stimulates acts on the neuron, depolarizing the membrane of t…
Depolarization (Na+ rushing into axon) followed by repolariza…
Neuron
functional unit of the nervous system
Resting potential
3 Na + pumped out of every 2 K+ pumped in
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Biology Chp 1: The Cell
cell theory
eukaryotic cells
viruses, living?
prokaryotic cells
- all living thing are composed of cells... - the cell is the ba…
have membrane bound organelles, a nucleus, and may form multi…
they are not considered living things because they are acellu…
don't contain a nucleus or membrane-bound organelles; they or…
cell theory
- all living thing are composed of cells... - the cell is the ba…
eukaryotic cells
have membrane bound organelles, a nucleus, and may form multi…
33 termscreated on December 3, 2016
Biology- Endocrine system
Direct hormones
tropic hormones
Mechanism of action for hormones
Anterior pituitary hormones
Directly stimulate organs
stimulate other glands
peptides act via second messengers and steroid hormoes act vi…
(FLAT PEG) Follicle stimulating, luteinizing, adrenocorticotr…
Direct hormones
Directly stimulate organs
tropic hormones
stimulate other glands
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Biology- Homeostasis
Livers role in homeostasis
Layers of the Skin
Osmoregulation
Aldosterone
1. gluconeogenesis... 2. Processing of nitrogenous wastes (urea)…
1. Stratum corneum... 2. Stratum lucidum... 3. Stratum granulosum... 4…
1. Filtration- at the glomerulus. Filtrate (fluid and small s…
1.Stimulates Na+ reabsorption, K+ and H+ secretion, increasin…
Livers role in homeostasis
1. gluconeogenesis... 2. Processing of nitrogenous wastes (urea)…
Layers of the Skin
1. Stratum corneum... 2. Stratum lucidum... 3. Stratum granulosum... 4…
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Biology- Reproduction
Cell division stages
Meiosis I
Meiosis II
Stages of Early development
G1: cell increases its organelles and cytoplasm... S: DNA replic…
two pairs of sister chromatids form tetrads during prophase I…
essentially identical to mitosis, but no replication... Meiosis…
Cleavage, implantation, gastrulation, neurulation
Cell division stages
G1: cell increases its organelles and cytoplasm... S: DNA replic…
Meiosis I
two pairs of sister chromatids form tetrads during prophase I…
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Biology-The cell
Nucleus
Mitochondrion
Lysosomes
Rough Endoplasmic reticulum
contains all of the genetic material necessary for replicatio…
Location of many metabolic processes (pyruvate dehydrogenase,…
membrane-bound structures containing hydrolytic enzymes capab…
interconnected membranous structure with ribosomes studding t…
Nucleus
contains all of the genetic material necessary for replicatio…
Mitochondrion
Location of many metabolic processes (pyruvate dehydrogenase,…
14 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Digestive System
2 types of digestion:... 1) ___ digestion…
general pathway of digestion (7 steps)
oral cavity:... 1) uses both ___ (chewing…
pharynx:... - divided into three parts:... 1…
2 types of digestion:... 1) mechanical digestion is physical b…
1) mouth (enter)... 2) pharynx... 3) esophagus... 4) stomach... 5) small…
oral cavity:... 1) uses both mechanical (chewing) and *chemica…
pharynx:... - divided into three parts:... 1) nasopharynx - behin…
2 types of digestion:... 1) ___ digestion…
2 types of digestion:... 1) mechanical digestion is physical b…
general pathway of digestion (7 steps)
1) mouth (enter)... 2) pharynx... 3) esophagus... 4) stomach... 5) small…
9 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Immune System
___ or non-specific immunity targets g…
___ or specific immunity can target a…
leukocytes:... - produced in the bone mar…
innate immune system:... - our first line…
innate or non-specific immunity targets general infections
adaptive or specific immunity can target a specific pathogen
leukocytes:... - produced in the bone marrow through *hematopoie…
innate immune system:... - our first line of defense is skin,…
___ or non-specific immunity targets g…
innate or non-specific immunity targets general infections
___ or specific immunity can target a…
adaptive or specific immunity can target a specific pathogen
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Kaplan Biological Systems Review - Ch. 1 - Biology and Behavior
Franz Gall
Pierre Flourens
William James
John Dewey
1758-1828... -Phrenology... -Form/function
1794-1867... -Extirpation/ablation: surgical removal of brain re…
1842-1910... -Father of American psychology... -Believed that it wa…
1859-1952... -Wrote the paper that is considered to have founded…
Franz Gall
1758-1828... -Phrenology... -Form/function
Pierre Flourens
1794-1867... -Extirpation/ablation: surgical removal of brain re…
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Cardiovascular System
the heart has ___ (#) chambers and run…
between each atrium and ventricle is a…
between each ventricle and the vascula…
electric conduction of the heart:... 1)…
the heart has 4 (#) chambers and runs two circuits:... 1) *pul…
between each atrium and ventricle is an atrioventricular va…
between each ventricle and the vascular connecting the two ma…
electric conduction of the heart:... 1) starts at the SA, or *s…
the heart has ___ (#) chambers and run…
the heart has 4 (#) chambers and runs two circuits:... 1) *pul…
between each atrium and ventricle is a…
between each atrium and ventricle is an atrioventricular va…
9 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Respiratory System
basic pathway:... 1st, ___/___ the physi…
membranes known as ___ surround each l…
the surface adjacent to the lung is th…
the diaphragm is under ___ control, wh…
basic pathway:... 1st, mouth/nose the physical openings, wh…
membranes known as pleurae surround each lung
the surface adjacent to the lung is the visceral pleura, wh…
the diaphragm is under somatic control, while breathing is…
basic pathway:... 1st, ___/___ the physi…
basic pathway:... 1st, mouth/nose the physical openings, wh…
membranes known as ___ surround each l…
membranes known as pleurae surround each lung
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nextstep- bio/biochem- 2
basement membrane
mast cells
macrophages
loose connective tissue
a non-living extracellular conglomeration of proteins and car…
a type of connective tissue cell that are located near blood…
cells specialized for phagocytosis
composed mainly of fibroblasts that secrete both collagenous…
basement membrane
a non-living extracellular conglomeration of proteins and car…
mast cells
a type of connective tissue cell that are located near blood…
32 termscreated on November 30, 2016
Biology & Behavior
Which cortex is sometimes called the s…
motor neurons control which side of th…
which side of the body are auditory ne…
what determines which side of the brai…
the visual cortex is sometimes called the______ because it ha…
some neurons are contralateral - name one type
some neurons are ipsilateral - name a type
the dominant hemisphere is said to be the one more heavily st…
Which cortex is sometimes called the s…
the visual cortex is sometimes called the______ because it ha…
motor neurons control which side of th…
some neurons are contralateral - name one type
9 termscreated on November 30, 2016
Endocrine System (Hormones)
hypothalamus interactions with anterio…
hypothalamus interactions with posteri…
anterior pituitary hormones released (…
thyroid hormones:... 1) T3 and T4 regula…
hypothalamus to anterior pituitary:... - signals via tropic ho…
hypothalamus interactions with posterior pituitary:... - does no…
anterior pituitary hormones released (mnemonic) ... FSH ... LH…
thyroid hormones:... 1) T3 and T4 regulate homeostasis... - the…
hypothalamus interactions with anterio…
hypothalamus to anterior pituitary:... - signals via tropic ho…
hypothalamus interactions with posteri…
hypothalamus interactions with posterior pituitary:... - does no…
85 termscreated on November 30, 2016
ch. 9 the digestive system
oxidation of glucose and fatty acids f…
extracellular digestion occurs in the…
hormones that stimulate feelings of sa…
stimulate feelings of hunger
intracellular digestion
alimentary canal
leptin and cholecystokinin
glucagon and ghrelin
oxidation of glucose and fatty acids f…
intracellular digestion
extracellular digestion occurs in the…
alimentary canal
17 termscreated on November 29, 2016
Biochem - Basics
Immunoglobulins (antibodies)
Types of antibodies
Ion channels - ungated
Ion channels - voltage gated
2 heavy chains and one light chain (in the shape of a Y)
1. Neutralizing - making toxin/pathogen unable to effect body…
unregulated
gate regulated by membrane potential, Na+ closed at rest, qui…
Immunoglobulins (antibodies)
2 heavy chains and one light chain (in the shape of a Y)
Types of antibodies
1. Neutralizing - making toxin/pathogen unable to effect body…
65 termscreated on November 29, 2016
MCAT biology
what is the cell theory
what are viruses
what are eukaryotic organisms
which cells contain a nucleus: eukaryo…
all living things are composed of cells... the cell is the basic…
small structures that contain genetic material, but are unabl…
can be unicellular or multicellular; contain a true nucleus
eukaryotic
what is the cell theory
all living things are composed of cells... the cell is the basic…
what are viruses
small structures that contain genetic material, but are unabl…
21 termscreated on November 29, 2016
Behavioral sciences- biology and behavior
Three types of neurons in nervous system
Parasympathetic branch
sympathetic branch
Hindbrain
motor (efferent), interneurons, and sensory (afferent)
"rest and digest" part of autonomic nervous system... Constricts…
"fight or flight" part of autonomic nervous system... dilates pu…
contains the cerebellum, medulla oblongata, and reticular for…
Three types of neurons in nervous system
motor (efferent), interneurons, and sensory (afferent)
Parasympathetic branch
"rest and digest" part of autonomic nervous system... Constricts…
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Chap 10. Homeostasis (excretory)
Kidney anatomy
Renal portal system
Bowman's capsule
Bladder structure
Cortex: outer layer... Medulla: inner layer... Hilum: where the ren…
-renal artery travels through the medulla to cortex as affere…
The structure around the glomerulus... Followed by:... -proximal co…
-Detrusor muscle: lining that contracts with parasympathetic…
Kidney anatomy
Cortex: outer layer... Medulla: inner layer... Hilum: where the ren…
Renal portal system
-renal artery travels through the medulla to cortex as affere…
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Chapter 10 Homeostasis
Excretory system
Kidney anatomy
Portal system
Bowman's capsule
Kidney, ureter, bladder, urethra, ... kidney with 1 million nep…
Cortex... Medulla ... Hilum... Pelvis... Renal artery... Renal vein
2 capillary system before return of blood to the heart ... Renal…
Surrounds glomerulus ... Begins the proximal convoluted tubule,…
Excretory system
Kidney, ureter, bladder, urethra, ... kidney with 1 million nep…
Kidney anatomy
Cortex... Medulla ... Hilum... Pelvis... Renal artery... Renal vein
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The Nervous System
resting membrane potential is around _…
inside the neuron, ___ is high and ___…
Na+/K+ ATPase transfers ___ (#) Na+ ou…
at the axon hillock, excitatory axon i…
resting membrane potential is around -70 mV with the *insid…
inside the neuron, the concentration of K+ is high and the…
Na+/K+ ATPase transfers 3 (#) Na+ out of the cell for every…
at the axon hillock, excitatory axon input depolarizes the…
resting membrane potential is around _…
resting membrane potential is around -70 mV with the *insid…
inside the neuron, ___ is high and ___…
inside the neuron, the concentration of K+ is high and the…
35 termscreated on November 29, 2016
Chapter 10 Social Thinking
Interpersonal attraction
Aggression
Cognitive neoassociation model
Attachment (types)
Similarity (status, race, education) but complimentary relati…
Harm or dominance ... -can be verbal or non-verbal... -normally set…
more likely to be aggressive experiencing negative emotions
Emotional bonds... -critical in infancy with caregivers... Secure…
Interpersonal attraction
Similarity (status, race, education) but complimentary relati…
Aggression
Harm or dominance ... -can be verbal or non-verbal... -normally set…
51 termscreated on November 29, 2016
ch. 8 immune system
always active against infection but la…
defenses that target a specific pathog…
innate also called
adaptive also called
innate immunity
adaptive immunity
nonspecific
specific
always active against infection but la…
innate immunity
defenses that target a specific pathog…
adaptive immunity
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Reproductive System
Pathway of Male Reproductive System:…
As sperm pass through the reproductive…
Spermatogenesis:... - occurs in the ____…
Female Reproductive Anatomy:... - ___ pro…
SEVE(N) UP:... Seminiferous Tubules... Epididymus... Vas Defren…
As sperm pass through the reproductive tract, the *seminal ve…
Spermatogenesis:... - occurs in the seminiferous tubules ... - sp…
Female Reproductive Anatomy:... - ovaries produce progesterone…
Pathway of Male Reproductive System:…
SEVE(N) UP:... Seminiferous Tubules... Epididymus... Vas Defren…
As sperm pass through the reproductive…
As sperm pass through the reproductive tract, the *seminal ve…
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Biochem - Amino Acids
Non-polar (7)
Polar (5)
Aromatic (3)
Negative Charge - Basic (2)
1. Glycine ... 2. Alanine... 3. Valine... 4. Leucine... 5. Isoleucine... 6.…
8. Serine... 9. Threonine... 10. Asparagine... 11. Glutamine... 12. Cystine
13. Tryptophan ... 14. Phenylalanine ... 15. Tyrosine
16. Aspartic Acid/ Aspartate ... 17. Glutamic Acid / Glutamate
Non-polar (7)
1. Glycine ... 2. Alanine... 3. Valine... 4. Leucine... 5. Isoleucine... 6.…
Polar (5)
8. Serine... 9. Threonine... 10. Asparagine... 11. Glutamine... 12. Cystine
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Biochem - Endocrine Sys 2
Key to regulation is _____
Negative feedback is ______
What is the one hormone that has posit…
What is water homeostasis?
Negative feedback! (if we get too much, we reduce production)…
Self-regulating! Cut off supply by cutting off something earl…
Oxytocin! (Produces contractions during pregnancy! doesn't st…
How does the body maintain plasma osmolarity and volume
Key to regulation is _____
Negative feedback! (if we get too much, we reduce production)…
Negative feedback is ______
Self-regulating! Cut off supply by cutting off something earl…
74 termscreated on November 28, 2016
MCAT Biology EK Lecture 1
What is the solvent in which the chemi…
What is the term for a substance that…
What is the term for a substance that…
Do hydrophobic molecules separate or a…
Water
Hydrophobic
Hydrophilic
Aggregate.
What is the solvent in which the chemi…
Water
What is the term for a substance that…
Hydrophobic
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MCAT Biology 1 (ExamKrackers 2015)
Hydrogen Bonding _____________ boiling…
Hydrogen Bonding provides strong _____…
Hydrolysis is when a macro molecule is…
Dehydration is when two ______________…
elevates
cohesive
addition
molecules
Hydrogen Bonding _____________ boiling…
elevates
Hydrogen Bonding provides strong _____…
cohesive
66 termscreated on November 27, 2016
ch 7 the cardiovascular system
atria get blood from either the
atria separated from the ventricles vi…
ventricles are separated from the vasc…
valve between the right atrium and the…
venea cavea or the pulmonary veins
atrioventricular valves
semilunar valves
tricuspid valve
atria get blood from either the
venea cavea or the pulmonary veins
atria separated from the ventricles vi…
atrioventricular valves
39 termscreated on November 27, 2016
Chapter 9 Social interaction
Statuses
Roles
Role conflict
role strain
Positions that clarify individuals ... Different types... -ascribed…
Role sets are various roles within a status... Set of beliefs v…
difficulty satisfying multiple roles
difficulty satisfying multiple needs of a single role
Statuses
Positions that clarify individuals ... Different types... -ascribed…
Roles
Role sets are various roles within a status... Set of beliefs v…
40 termscreated on November 27, 2016
Chapter 9 Digestive
Intracellular digestion... Extracellular…
Digestion
Absorption
Anatomy of digestion
Intra is metabolism... Extra ... -alimentary canal ... -obtain nutrie…
breakdown of food to constituent organic molecules... -mechanica…
transport products of digestion from tract into circulatory s…
Oral cavity... Pharynx (food and air)... Esophagus... Stomach... Small in…
Intracellular digestion... Extracellular…
Intra is metabolism... Extra ... -alimentary canal ... -obtain nutrie…
Digestion
breakdown of food to constituent organic molecules... -mechanica…
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Chap 9. Digestive
Intracellular digestion
Extracelllular digestion
Alimentary canal
Mechanical digestion vs chemical diges…
oxidation of glucose and fatty acids for energy, in the cell
extraction of glucose and fatty acids from food in the lumen…
runs form the mouth to the anus and is sectioned by sphincter…
mechanical: breaking food down to physically smaller pieces…
Intracellular digestion
oxidation of glucose and fatty acids for energy, in the cell
Extracelllular digestion
extraction of glucose and fatty acids from food in the lumen…
53 termscreated on November 26, 2016
MCAT Biology 8
the immune system can be divided into
composed of defenses that are always a…
composed of defenses that take time to…
immune cells come from the
innate and adaptive immunity
innate or non specific immunity
adaptive or specific immunity
bone marrow
the immune system can be divided into
innate and adaptive immunity
composed of defenses that are always a…
innate or non specific immunity
23 termscreated on November 26, 2016
chapter 2 biology mcat (reproduction)
cell cycle
cell cycle stages
interphase
G1
specific series of phases during which a cell grows, synthesi…
- G1, S, G2, and M ... - first 3 are called interphase (longest…
individual chromosomes are in a less condensed form known as…
-create organelles for energy and protein production... - going…
cell cycle
specific series of phases during which a cell grows, synthesi…
cell cycle stages
- G1, S, G2, and M ... - first 3 are called interphase (longest…
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