How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "science biology life chapter 9"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "science biology life chapter 9"

44 terms
Biology: Science for Life Chapter 9
recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH)
Protein synthesis
RNA (ribonucleic acid)
transcription
Growth hormone produced in a laboratory and injected into cow…
Joining amino acids together, in an order dictated by a gene,…
Information -carrying molecule composed of nucleotides.
Production of an RNA copy of the protein coding DNA gene sequ…
recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH)
Growth hormone produced in a laboratory and injected into cow…
Protein synthesis
Joining amino acids together, in an order dictated by a gene,…
39 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
annual
cellulose
herbaceous perennials
woody perennials
plant life cycle is completed in one year
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
appear to die each winter, but grow produce in the spring
produce flowers and fruits and stems survive for many years
annual
plant life cycle is completed in one year
cellulose
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
Life Science Chapter 9
annual
cellulose
herbaceous perennials
woody perennials
plant life cycle is completed in one year
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
appear to die each winter, but grow produce in the spring
produce flowers and fruits and stems survive for many years
annual
plant life cycle is completed in one year
cellulose
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
18 terms
CPO Life Science Chapter 9-Heredity
trait
heredity
genetics
true-breeding plant
a characteristic that an organism can pass on to its offspring
a set of traits an organism recieves from its parents
the study of heredity
a plant that will always produce offspring with the same form…
trait
a characteristic that an organism can pass on to its offspring
heredity
a set of traits an organism recieves from its parents
21 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
Bacteria
Archaebacteria
Eubacteria
Different Bacteria Structures
Microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms
- Cell walls lack a certain compound... -Parts of its DNA are mo…
-"Bacteria"... -Responsible for decomposing most organic matter…
-Spherical (coccus)... -Rod-shaped (bacillus)... -Spiral (spirillum)
Bacteria
Microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms
Archaebacteria
- Cell walls lack a certain compound... -Parts of its DNA are mo…
25 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
What is NOT a characteristic of a virus?
What is a vaccine?
What happens when a virus invades a ce…
What is an active virus?
A virus is NOT a cell (p.318)
A substance introduced into the body to stimulate the product…
The virus's genetic material takes over many of the cell's fu…
Virus's that immediately take over a cell's functions (p.320)
What is NOT a characteristic of a virus?
A virus is NOT a cell (p.318)
What is a vaccine?
A substance introduced into the body to stimulate the product…
11 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
Biblical Creationism
evolution
literal view
long-day theory
The belief in the account of Creation in the Bible.
A process in which gradual changes cause something to improve…
The belief that the Creation week was six consecutive twenty-…
The belief that each day of the Creation week was actually a…
Biblical Creationism
The belief in the account of Creation in the Bible.
evolution
A process in which gradual changes cause something to improve…
19 terms
Life Science: Chapter 9 Vocabulary
carnivore
herbivore
omnivore
bilateral symmetry
an animal that only eats other animals
an animal that only eats plants
an animal that eats other animals and plants
when the right and left sides of an animal's body are the same
carnivore
an animal that only eats other animals
herbivore
an animal that only eats plants
30 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
bacteria
Kingdom Archaebacteria
Kingdom Eubacteria
binary fission
a microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism
kingdom that contain members that can live in extreme environ…
kingdom that contains true bacteria and cyanobacteria and are…
method of asexual reproduction in which the genetic material…
bacteria
a microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism
Kingdom Archaebacteria
kingdom that contain members that can live in extreme environ…
45 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
Functions of Animals
All animals are:
Adaptations
How they are classified
scales, feathers, shells, fins, might be bright colored or se…
multicellular, heterotrophs, eukaryotic cells, perform the sa…
allow animals to preform their functions
35 major groups; classified by relationship with other animal…
Functions of Animals
scales, feathers, shells, fins, might be bright colored or se…
All animals are:
multicellular, heterotrophs, eukaryotic cells, perform the sa…
21 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
Cell
Tissue
Organ
Adaptation
the basic unit of sturcture and function of life
A group of similar cells that are organized to do a specific…
A collection of tissues that carry out a specialized function…
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
Cell
the basic unit of sturcture and function of life
Tissue
A group of similar cells that are organized to do a specific…
15 terms
BJU Life Science Chapter 9
Biblical Creationism
Evolutionism
Creationist theories
long-day theory
the belief that the physical universe was created by God
the belief that the physical universe was not created but hap…
man's opinion about the unprovided details of creation
each day in the creation week is actually a long period of time
Biblical Creationism
the belief that the physical universe was created by God
Evolutionism
the belief that the physical universe was not created but hap…
15 terms
BJU Life Science, Chapter 9, 4th Edition
bacteria
archaebacterium
eubacterium
binary fission
A microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism in kingdom E…
A member of the kingdom Archaebacteria, which contains prokar…
A member of the kingdom Eubacteria, which contains the majori…
A method of asexual reproduction seen in bacteria in which th…
bacteria
A microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism in kingdom E…
archaebacterium
A member of the kingdom Archaebacteria, which contains prokar…
Life science chapter 9 vocabulary
classification
taxonomy
dichotomous key
archaebacteria
Assignment of objects or people to categories on the basis of…
SCIENCE OF CLASSIFICATION; IN BIOLOGY, THE PROCESS OF CLASSIF…
Uses distinguishing features to identify organisms
kingdom of unicellular prokaryotes whose cell walls do not co…
classification
Assignment of objects or people to categories on the basis of…
taxonomy
SCIENCE OF CLASSIFICATION; IN BIOLOGY, THE PROCESS OF CLASSIF…
12 terms
Chapter 9 Life Science
Classification
Taxonomy
Dichotomous key
Archaea
the division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on s…
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
an aid that is used to identify organisms and that consists o…
in a modern taxonomic system, a domain made up of prokaryotes…
Classification
the division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on s…
Taxonomy
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
57 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
A cell
An invertebrate
Radial symmetry
Free-living organism
The highest level of organization in an animal
An animal without a backbone is called
An animal with many lines of symmetry has
An organism that does not live in or on another organism is c…
A cell
The highest level of organization in an animal
An invertebrate
An animal without a backbone is called
15 terms
Life Science Chapter 9 Vocabulary
cuticle
cellulose
vascular plant
nonvascular plant
cutin or waxy leaf layer which prevents water loss
Carbohydrate component of plant cell walls.
have tissues made of cells that transport water and nutrients…
a low-growing plant that lacks true vascular tissue
cuticle
cutin or waxy leaf layer which prevents water loss
cellulose
Carbohydrate component of plant cell walls.
14 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
angiosperm
gymnosperm
cambium
xylem
flowering seed plants
cone-bearing seed plants
a layer of tissue that produces new vascular tissue and grows…
vascular tissue that carries water and dissolved nutrients fr…
angiosperm
flowering seed plants
gymnosperm
cone-bearing seed plants
15 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
cuticle
cellulose
vascular plant
nonvascular plant
waxy, protective layer that covers the stems, leaves, and flo…
chemical compound made out of sugar; forms tangled fibers in…
plant with tubelike structures that move minerals, water, and…
plant that absorbs water and other substances directly throug…
cuticle
waxy, protective layer that covers the stems, leaves, and flo…
cellulose
chemical compound made out of sugar; forms tangled fibers in…
39 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
annual
cellulose
herbaceous perennials
woody perennials
plant life cycle is completed in one year
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
appear to die each winter, but grow produce in the spring
produce flowers and fruits and stems survive for many years
annual
plant life cycle is completed in one year
cellulose
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
30 terms
Biology: Exploring Life Chapter 9
asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
chromatin
chromosome
process in which a single cell or set of cells produces offsp…
process in which genetic material from two parents combines a…
combination of DNA and protein molecules, in the form of long…
condensed threads of genetic material formed from chromatin a…
asexual reproduction
process in which a single cell or set of cells produces offsp…
sexual reproduction
process in which genetic material from two parents combines a…
20 terms
Chapter 9, 7th Holt Life Science
classification
taxonomy
Eight Levels of Classification
3 Domains
the division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on s…
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
1. domain, 2. kingdom, 3. phylum, 4. class, 5. order, 6. fami…
Bacteria, Archaea, Eukarya
classification
the division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on s…
taxonomy
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
72 terms
Biology Chapter 9: Energy and Life
What is the source of energy for the f…
In glycolysis, what substance is broke…
In glycolysis, what is the ratio of gl…
What substance is the end product in g…
Glucose
Glucose
1:2
Pyruvic Acid
What is the source of energy for the f…
Glucose
In glycolysis, what substance is broke…
Glucose
20 terms
Chapter 9 Life Science
Biblical Creationism
evolutionism
long-day theory
short-day theory
The belief that the physical universe was created by God. It…
the belief that the physical universe developed by chance
the belief that each day of Creation was a long period of tim…
the belief that each day of Creation was twenty four hours long
Biblical Creationism
The belief that the physical universe was created by God. It…
evolutionism
the belief that the physical universe developed by chance
20 terms
Life Science Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Fossil
Trace Fossil
Index Fossil
Asphalt
A preserved remnant or impression of an organism that lived i…
A type of fossil that provides evidence of the activities of…
a fossil known to have lived in a particular geologic age tha…
A dark substance that is found in natural beds and is obtaine…
Fossil
A preserved remnant or impression of an organism that lived i…
Trace Fossil
A type of fossil that provides evidence of the activities of…
25 terms
Life Science - Chapter 9
antediluvian
biblical creationism
canopy theory
evolutionism
before the flood
the belief in the account of Creation described in the Bible
the belief that a canopy of water vapor existed around the an…
the belief that the physical universe, including life, was no…
antediluvian
before the flood
biblical creationism
the belief in the account of Creation described in the Bible
27 terms
Life Science Chapter 9 and 10
producer
cuticle
cellulose
vascular tissue
an organism that uses an outside energy source, such as the S…
a waxy, protective layer on the leaves, stems and flowers of…
an organic compound made of chains of glucose
specialized plant tissue composed of tube-like cells that tra…
producer
an organism that uses an outside energy source, such as the S…
cuticle
a waxy, protective layer on the leaves, stems and flowers of…
17 terms
"*Life Science ~ All of Chapter 9
Archabacteria
Eubacteria
Protista
Plantae
single celled, ancient bacteria (prokaryotes) with cell walls…
A kingdom that contains all prokaryotes except archaebacteria
a kingdom of unicellular living organisms that are neither an…
A kingdom made up of complex, multicellular organisms that ar…
Archabacteria
single celled, ancient bacteria (prokaryotes) with cell walls…
Eubacteria
A kingdom that contains all prokaryotes except archaebacteria
11 terms
Life Science Chapter 9 Vocab
Biblical Creationism
Evolutionism
Literal View (Ordinary-Day View)
Long-Day Theory
The belief in the account of Creation in the Bible
The belief that the physical universe, including life, was no…
The belief that the Creation week was six consecutive twenty-…
The belief that each day of the Creation week was actually a…
Biblical Creationism
The belief in the account of Creation in the Bible
Evolutionism
The belief that the physical universe, including life, was no…
Biology: Life on Earth Chapter 9
Mitosis
Interphase (pre-mitosis)
Early Prophase
Late Prophase
Chromosomes in a cell nucleus are separated into two identica…
Duplicated chromosomes are in the relaxed ... uncondensed state;…
Chromosomes condense and shorten; spindle microtubules begin…
The nucleolus disappears; the nuclear envelope breaks down; s…
Mitosis
Chromosomes in a cell nucleus are separated into two identica…
Interphase (pre-mitosis)
Duplicated chromosomes are in the relaxed ... uncondensed state;…
15 terms
life science chapter 9
cuticle
cellulose
vascular plant
nonvascular plant
a waxy, protective layer secreted by cells onto the surface o…
chemical compound that plants can make out of sugar
have tubelike structures that carry water, nutrients, and oth…
do not these tubelike structures and use other ways to move w…
cuticle
a waxy, protective layer secreted by cells onto the surface o…
cellulose
chemical compound that plants can make out of sugar
9 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
Classification
Taxonomy
Dichotomous key
Archaebacteria
The division of organisms into groups , or classes, based on…
The science of describing , naming, and classifying organisms
An aid that is used to identify organisms and that consists o…
A kingdom made up of bacteria that live in extreme environment
Classification
The division of organisms into groups , or classes, based on…
Taxonomy
The science of describing , naming, and classifying organisms
30 terms
Life Science Chapter 9 Vocabulary
homeostasis
adaption
vertebrate
invertebrate
keeping internal body conditions stable
Structures and behaviors that allow animals to perform their…
an animal with a backbone
an animal without a backbone
homeostasis
keeping internal body conditions stable
adaption
Structures and behaviors that allow animals to perform their…
72 terms
Biology Chapter 9: Energy and Life
What is the source of energy for the f…
In glycolysis, what substance is broke…
In glycolysis, what is the ratio of gl…
What substance is the end product in g…
Glucose
Glucose
1:2
Pyruvic Acid
What is the source of energy for the f…
Glucose
In glycolysis, what substance is broke…
Glucose
15 terms
Life Science Chapter 9 Vocab
Bacteria
Kingdom Archaebacteria
Kingdom Eubacteria
Binary fission
are microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms.
has fewer members than kingdom Eubacteria.
contains the bacteria that people think of when they hear the…
Bacteria reproduce asexually
Bacteria
are microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms.
Kingdom Archaebacteria
has fewer members than kingdom Eubacteria.
37 terms
Biology Exploring Life Chapter 9
Repair and Growth
What is Asexual Reproduction?
What is Sexual Reproduction?
What is a Gamete?
Cell reproduction replaces lost/damaged cells
The production of offspring that inherit all their genetic ma…
The production of offspring from the genetic material of two…
Sex cells
Repair and Growth
Cell reproduction replaces lost/damaged cells
What is Asexual Reproduction?
The production of offspring that inherit all their genetic ma…
12 terms
Life Science Chapter 9 Maronde
Interphase
Mitosis
Cytokinesis
Prophase
Majority of cell cycle in which cell grows, copies DNA, and p…
Part of cell cycle in which the nucleus and DNA divide into t…
The splitting of the cytoplasm after mitosis
First and longest stage of mitosis in which the nucleus dissa…
Interphase
Majority of cell cycle in which cell grows, copies DNA, and p…
Mitosis
Part of cell cycle in which the nucleus and DNA divide into t…
24 terms
Life Science Chapter 9 CRA
Cell
Tissue
Organ
adaptation
The basic unit of structure and function of living things
A group of similar cells that perform the same function
A structure in the body that is composed of different types o…
A behavior of physical characteristic that allows an organism…
Cell
The basic unit of structure and function of living things
Tissue
A group of similar cells that perform the same function
34 terms
Biology Exploring Life Chapter 9
Anaphase
Asexual Reproduction
Benign Tumor
Cancer
A process in which offspring inherit all their genetic materi…
A process in which offspring inherit their genetic material f…
A material consisting of fibers in DNA and protien molecules…
A structure consisting of condensed fibers of DNA and protien…
Anaphase
A process in which offspring inherit all their genetic materi…
Asexual Reproduction
A process in which offspring inherit their genetic material f…
39 terms
BJU Life Science, Chapter 9
What are microscopic, unicellular, pro…
Name one of the 2 kingdoms where bacte…
Name one of the 2 kingdoms where bacte…
What is the spherical shape of bacteri…
bacteria
Eubacteria
Arcbacteria
coccus
What are microscopic, unicellular, pro…
bacteria
Name one of the 2 kingdoms where bacte…
Eubacteria
10 terms
Life Science Chapter 9: Animals
cold-blooded
Warm-blooded
vertebrate
exoskeleton
an animal with a body temperature that changes depending on e…
an animal with a body temperature that remains constant
an animal that has a backbone
a skeleton on the outside of an animal's body that protects t…
cold-blooded
an animal with a body temperature that changes depending on e…
Warm-blooded
an animal with a body temperature that remains constant
20 terms
Life science Chapter 9 Plants
cuticle
cellulose
vascular plants
nonvascular plants
Waxy, protective layer that covers the stems, leaves, and flo…
in a cell wall- a chemical compound that plants can make out…
have tube-like structures that carry water, nutrients, and ot…
do not have these tubes absorb nutrients directly into cells
cuticle
Waxy, protective layer that covers the stems, leaves, and flo…
cellulose
in a cell wall- a chemical compound that plants can make out…
23 terms
Chapter 9, 7th Holt Life Science
classification
taxonomy
dichotomous key
Archaea
the division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on s…
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
an aid that is used to identify organisms and that consists o…
in a modern taxonomic system, a domain made up of prokaryotes…
classification
the division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on s…
taxonomy
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
22 terms
Life science Chapter 9 Plants
cuticle
cellulose
vascular plants
nonvascular plants
Waxy, protective layer that covers the stems, leaves, and flo…
in a cell wall- a chemical compound that plants can make out…
have tube-like structures that carry water, nutrients, and ot…
do not have these tubes absorb nutrients directly into celss
cuticle
Waxy, protective layer that covers the stems, leaves, and flo…
cellulose
in a cell wall- a chemical compound that plants can make out…
31 terms
AGS Life Science Chapter 9
Spontaneous Generation
DNA
Trait
Diversity
the idea that living things can come from nonliving things
the chemical inside cells that stores information about an or…
a characteristic of an organism
the range of differences among the individuals in a population
Spontaneous Generation
the idea that living things can come from nonliving things
DNA
the chemical inside cells that stores information about an or…
15 terms
Holt Life Science Chapter 9
fossils
pangaea
plate tectonics
traceFossil
traces or remains of an organism that lived long ago, most co…
a single land mass meaning the earth. before the splitting of…
Each piece of earth crust is called a tectonic plate. Tectoni…
Any fossilized evidence of animal activity. An example would…
fossils
traces or remains of an organism that lived long ago, most co…
pangaea
a single land mass meaning the earth. before the splitting of…
15 terms
Science Shepherd Life Science Chapter 9
Archaeopteryx
artifacts
creation
creationists
The most cited "evidence" of a transitional form.
Special types of fossils, which are specifically evidence of…
The belief that life was created by an all powerful Creator-G…
People who believe that creation correctly explains the origi…
Archaeopteryx
The most cited "evidence" of a transitional form.
artifacts
Special types of fossils, which are specifically evidence of…
15 terms
Glencoe Life Science Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Cuticle
Cellulose
Vascular plant
Nonvascular plant
Waxy covering the stems, leaves, and flower of many plants
Chemical compound that plants can make out of sugar
tubelike structures that carry water, nutrients, and other su…
Do not have tubelike structures and use other ways to move wa…
Cuticle
Waxy covering the stems, leaves, and flower of many plants
Cellulose
Chemical compound that plants can make out of sugar
16 terms
Chapter 9 Life Science
mixture
organic compound
enzymes
inorganic compounds
a combination of substances in which individual substances ke…
always contain carbon and hydrogen and usually are associated…
certain proteins that regulate nearly all chemical reactions…
are made from elements other than carbon, contain fewer atoms…
mixture
a combination of substances in which individual substances ke…
organic compound
always contain carbon and hydrogen and usually are associated…
15 terms
Life Science Chapter 9
Bacteria
Kingdom Archaebacteria
Kingdom Eubacteria
Binary Fission
Microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms in kingdom Eu…
Unicellular organisms in the domain Archaea, which is genetic…
Spherical, spiral, or rod shaped bacteria of the order Eubact…
A method or asexual reproduction seen in bacteria in which th…
Bacteria
Microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms in kingdom Eu…
Kingdom Archaebacteria
Unicellular organisms in the domain Archaea, which is genetic…
1 of 10