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Chapter 24; Medical Terminology
Absorption
Alimentary Canal
Alimentation
Anastomosis
Passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
Tube-like structure of the gastrointestinal system that origi…
Entire process of providing nourishment to the body that incl…
Surgical joining of two tubular structures
Absorption
Passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
Alimentary Canal
Tube-like structure of the gastrointestinal system that origi…
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Chapter 24 Gastroenterology and Nutrition
absorption
alimentary canal
alimentation
amino acids
passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
tube-like structure if the gastrointestinal system that origi…
entire process of providing nourishment to the body that incl…
chief components of protein, synthesized in the body and obta…
absorption
passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
alimentary canal
tube-like structure if the gastrointestinal system that origi…
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Chapter 24 Vocabulary
Absorption
alimentary canal
alimentation
amino acids
passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
tube-like structure of the gastrointestinal system that origi…
entire process of the providing nourishment to the body that…
chief components of protein, synthesized in the body and obta…
Absorption
passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
alimentary canal
tube-like structure of the gastrointestinal system that origi…
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DAT Biology- Classification
Taxomony
Viruses
Monera
Protista
Domain... Kingdom... Phylum... Class... Order... Family... Genus... Species... King…
Not placed in any of the 5 kingdoms. Can be considered non-li…
Prokaryotes - bacteria. Lack nucleus. Single celled.
Primative eukaryotic organisms with plant/animal characterist…
Taxomony
Domain... Kingdom... Phylum... Class... Order... Family... Genus... Species... King…
Viruses
Not placed in any of the 5 kingdoms. Can be considered non-li…
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Unit 2 Knowledge Challenge
Metabolic Pathways
amylase, lipase, protease
Amylase
Lipase
bigger molecules can't move through the membrane, must be sma…
Digestive enzymes
substrate is starch, turns to glucose
substrates are triglycerides, turns them to glycerol and 3 fa…
Metabolic Pathways
bigger molecules can't move through the membrane, must be sma…
amylase, lipase, protease
Digestive enzymes
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Chapter 24 Vocabulary
Absorption
alimentary canal
alimentation
amino acids
passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
tube-like structure of the gastrointestinal system that origi…
entire process of the providing nourishment to the body that…
chief components of protein, synthesized in the body and obta…
Absorption
passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
alimentary canal
tube-like structure of the gastrointestinal system that origi…
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Campbell Biology Chapter 41 Digestion
Nutrition
Herbivores
Carnivores
Omnivores
The process by which food is taken in, taken apart, and taken…
Eat mainly plants and algae
Eat other animals.
Regularly consume animals as well as plants or algae.
Nutrition
The process by which food is taken in, taken apart, and taken…
Herbivores
Eat mainly plants and algae
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Structure Function of Plants and Animals: Genetics
vascular plants
nonvascular plants
angiosperms
gymnosperms
conduct food and water thru their structure, produce seeds
lack special tissue for conducting water and food (moss)
plants that produce flowers as reproductive organs
produce seeds without flowers
vascular plants
conduct food and water thru their structure, produce seeds
nonvascular plants
lack special tissue for conducting water and food (moss)
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Quiz 2, Chapter 24
Absorption
Alimentary Canal
Alimentation
Amino Acids
Passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
Tube-like structure of the GI system that originates in the m…
Entire process of providing nourishment to the body that incl…
Chief components of protein, synthesized in the body and obta…
Absorption
Passage of digested food products through the wall of the int…
Alimentary Canal
Tube-like structure of the GI system that originates in the m…
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(bio2 midterm 2) Animal Nutrition
What are the three nutritional needs o…
chemical energy for cellular processes
Organic building blocks for macromolec…
essential nutrients
-chemical energy for cellular processes... -organic building blo…
Carbs, proteins, and lipids are used for cellular respiration…
organic carbon (such as sugar) and orgnaic nitrogen (such as…
materials that animals cannot assemble from simpler organic m…
What are the three nutritional needs o…
-chemical energy for cellular processes... -organic building blo…
chemical energy for cellular processes
Carbs, proteins, and lipids are used for cellular respiration…
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Biology 101: E2Lecture 7 - Digestion
Exchange occurs as
Animals exchange materials with the en…
Why do Multicellular organism have a h…
Characteristics of Simple Animals that…
substances dissolved in an aqueous solution move across the p…
Digestion, Respiration, Circulation
Exchange must occur across each cell... Every cell must have acc…
1) Thin, flat shape... 2) Very few cell layers... 3) Live in moist…
Exchange occurs as
substances dissolved in an aqueous solution move across the p…
Animals exchange materials with the en…
Digestion, Respiration, Circulation
Biology Chapter 32: An Introduction to Animal Diversity
About how many animals have been disco…
What is the morphology of animals?
What are the 10 common characteristics…
What is the purpose of extracellular m…
1.3 million species
The physical structure of them
Multicellularity, heterotrophs, no cell walls, nervous tissue…
Forms strong fibers outside of the cell for support. Is prese…
About how many animals have been disco…
1.3 million species
What is the morphology of animals?
The physical structure of them
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Campbell Biology Chapter 41 Digestion
Nutrition
Herbivores
Carnivores
Omnivores
The process by which food is taken in, taken apart, and taken…
Eat mainly plants and algae
Eat other animals.
Regularly consume animals as well as plants or algae.
Nutrition
The process by which food is taken in, taken apart, and taken…
Herbivores
Eat mainly plants and algae
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Biology 1407 ch 41: nutrition
Nutrition
Herbivores
Carnivores
Omnivores
Food is taken in, taken apart, taken up, and discarded.
Eat mainly autotrophs (plants and algae)
Eats other animals
Eats both plants and animals
Nutrition
Food is taken in, taken apart, taken up, and discarded.
Herbivores
Eat mainly autotrophs (plants and algae)
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Biol 1402 Lecture 10
Muscle Tissues
Types of Muscles Tissues
Skeletal muscles
skeletal muscles are stimulated by
consist of cells specialized to shorten, or contract, generat…
Skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
linked to the bones of vertebrates via bundles of collagen fi…
signals from the nervous system, then generate force that lea…
Muscle Tissues
consist of cells specialized to shorten, or contract, generat…
Types of Muscles Tissues
Skeletal, smooth, and cardiac
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Science Trimester Review
The steps to the scientific method
How to correctly title a graph
Control
Constant
1. Identify a Problem/ Question.... 2. Do Background Research.... 3…
use both the dependent and independent variable in your title
what you compare the independent variable to, the part that y…
all other factors in the experiment. Constants both apply to…
The steps to the scientific method
1. Identify a Problem/ Question.... 2. Do Background Research.... 3…
How to correctly title a graph
use both the dependent and independent variable in your title
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biology lecture 9 (real), 41 (animal nutrition!)
most animals are good at
food gets taken...?
what is food used for
how many amino acids do we need, how m…
synthesizing their own macromolecules (7 types of amino acids…
taken in, taken apart, taken up
energy for metabolic processes (cell resp, etc), building blo…
20, approx. 10
most animals are good at
synthesizing their own macromolecules (7 types of amino acids…
food gets taken...?
taken in, taken apart, taken up
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Characteristics & Needs of Living Things
organism
6 characteristics of living things
cell
unicellular
A living thing; anything that can carry out life process
growth and development, response to surroundings, uses energy…
Basic unit of life
Made of a single cell
organism
A living thing; anything that can carry out life process
6 characteristics of living things
growth and development, response to surroundings, uses energy…
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Digestive System
What are the 4 stages of food processi…
What is ingestion?
What is digestion?
What is absorption?
Ingestion, Digestion, Absorption, Elimination
The act of eating
The breakdown of food from large pieces to smaller ones until…
It is when molecules are taken into the cells lining the dige…
What are the 4 stages of food processi…
Ingestion, Digestion, Absorption, Elimination
What is ingestion?
The act of eating
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Characteristics of living things 2
metabolism
ingestion
digestion
assimilation
all living things perform chemical activities
taking in food
breaking down food
food being used to make new cells and for growth and repair
metabolism
all living things perform chemical activities
ingestion
taking in food
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BIOL 198 KSU Test 7
What are the general characteristics o…
What is asymmetrical body symmetry?
What is radial symmetry
What is bilateral symmetry
multicellular... heterotrophic... use aerobic metabolism... do not hav…
animals with no pattern or symmetry; example a sponge
has a longitudinal (up and down) orientation. Any plane cut a…
A vertical plane cut from front to back separates the animal…
What are the general characteristics o…
multicellular... heterotrophic... use aerobic metabolism... do not hav…
What is asymmetrical body symmetry?
animals with no pattern or symmetry; example a sponge
Unit 3: Energy,Matter, and Organization
Matter
Energy
Fitness
Homo sapiens
A physical substance in general
The strength and vitality required for sustained physical or…
the condition of being physically fit and healthy
The modern species of humans
Matter
A physical substance in general
Energy
The strength and vitality required for sustained physical or…
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AP Biology
Phylum Porifera
Choanocytes
Osculum
Amebocytes
- Sponges... - Multicellular... - Most marine/ some freshwater... - Bo…
Generates flow of water through the sponges spores; improves…
Large opening in sponges through which water is expelled.
Travel freely; digests food that sponges have extracted from…
Phylum Porifera
- Sponges... - Multicellular... - Most marine/ some freshwater... - Bo…
Choanocytes
Generates flow of water through the sponges spores; improves…
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Biology 204 Animal Form and Function Exam 1
1) Describe the defining characteristi…
2) Based on the defining characters of…
3) Explain how all animals must feed?…
4) Explain why there are no perfectly…
-adapted to specific environments; convergent evolution (orga…
-similar: multicellular, heterotrophic, lack cell walls and p…
-they get their energy from other organisms... -heterotrophic... -f…
-TRADE OFFS; ex) Type 1 (lean, endurance) vs Type 1 (bulk, st…
1) Describe the defining characteristi…
-adapted to specific environments; convergent evolution (orga…
2) Based on the defining characters of…
-similar: multicellular, heterotrophic, lack cell walls and p…
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BIOL 198 Final Exam KSU Fall 2014
What are the general characteristics o…
What is asymmetrical body symmetry?
What is radial symmetry
What is bilateral symmetry
multicellular... heterotrophic... use aerobic metabolism... do not hav…
animals with no pattern or symmetry; example a sponge
has a longitudinal (up and down) orientation. Any plane cut a…
A vertical plane cut from front to back separates the animal…
What are the general characteristics o…
multicellular... heterotrophic... use aerobic metabolism... do not hav…
What is asymmetrical body symmetry?
animals with no pattern or symmetry; example a sponge
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Major Groups of Microorganisms
Eukaryotes, animal like, no cell wall,…
Amoeba and Sporozoan
Amoeba Movement that provides a way fo…
true
What are the 5 characteristics of Protozoa?
What are two types of Protozoa?
What is cytoplasmic streaming?
Amoeba cytoplasm is water based. TRUE OR FALSE
Eukaryotes, animal like, no cell wall,…
What are the 5 characteristics of Protozoa?
Amoeba and Sporozoan
What are two types of Protozoa?
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Biology 102 Unit 3
-thin cellular layer ... -large surface a…
lungs: respiratory; moves air to all c…
anatomy: study of structure... physiology…
arteries: carry blood away from the he…
General characteristics of exchange surfaces
what are lungs, kidneys and small intestines used for?
Anatomy vs Physiology
Arteries vs veins
-thin cellular layer ... -large surface a…
General characteristics of exchange surfaces
lungs: respiratory; moves air to all c…
what are lungs, kidneys and small intestines used for?
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Unit 3 review questions
Describe how the amoebocyte and choano…
Give the advantages of an alternation…
Discuss the mode of transmission and l…
Describe the life cycle of the pork ta…
Amoebocytes take up food from the surrounding, digest it, car…
allows for the sexual and asexual reproduction
ingestion of fertilized eggs through feces, worm enters respi…
ingestion of under cooked or raw pork, worm reproduces in int…
Describe how the amoebocyte and choano…
Amoebocytes take up food from the surrounding, digest it, car…
Give the advantages of an alternation…
allows for the sexual and asexual reproduction
Invertebrates
Invertebrates
Sponges
Water flow of Sponges
Choanocytes
animals that lack a backbone
Basal animals that lack true tissues... filter feeders/ capture…
Water drawn through pores/ into cavities called spongocoel/ p…
flagellated collar cells, generate a water current through sp…
Invertebrates
animals that lack a backbone
Sponges
Basal animals that lack true tissues... filter feeders/ capture…
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Bio
Heterotroph, eukaryotic cells, multice…
Acoelomate
Pseudocoelomate
Coelomate
Characteristics all animals have
No body cavity
Body cavity partially lined with mesoderm
True coelom- body cavity completely lined with mesoderm
Heterotroph, eukaryotic cells, multice…
Characteristics all animals have
Acoelomate
No body cavity
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Exam Two Bio 124 Cusic
General characteristics of Kingdom Ani…
What does Heterotrophic mean?
How do Animals store carbohydrates?
How do plants make starch and Cellulose?
1) All are Eukaryotic 2) All are Heterotrophic (ingest other…
ingestion of other organisms
As Glycogen
Through Photosynthesis
General characteristics of Kingdom Ani…
1) All are Eukaryotic 2) All are Heterotrophic (ingest other…
What does Heterotrophic mean?
ingestion of other organisms
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Biology Chapter 1
Explain the meaning of biology
Explain what is meant by the scientifi…
Distinguish between discovery-based sc…
Describe the steps involved in the sci…
Biology is the scientific study of life
Scientific Method: Consists of a series of steps that provide…
Discovery based: Mostly about describing nature (Goodall obse…
Observation: The remote doesn't work... Question: What's wrong…
Explain the meaning of biology
Biology is the scientific study of life
Explain what is meant by the scientifi…
Scientific Method: Consists of a series of steps that provide…
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nutrition exam 2 chapter 4
carbohydrates
complex carbohydrates
simple carbohydrates
photosynthesis
compounds composed of single or multiple sugars
long chains of sugar units arranged to form starch or fiber
sugars
the process by which green plants make carbs from carbon diox…
carbohydrates
compounds composed of single or multiple sugars
complex carbohydrates
long chains of sugar units arranged to form starch or fiber
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chapter 9
taxonomy
why do we classify living things?
aristotle
linnaeus
the science of classifying living things
- a desire for order and organization... - a need for a uniform…
grouped plants on the bases of similar and different parts, w…
based his system only on structural features
taxonomy
the science of classifying living things
why do we classify living things?
- a desire for order and organization... - a need for a uniform…
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classification
species of organisms
classification is
taxonomists are
Benefits of classifying
13 billion known species of organisms , only 5 percent of all…
known as taxonomy
scientists that identify organisms... prevents misnomers such as…
accurately and uniformly names organisms... prevents misnomers... u…
species of organisms
13 billion known species of organisms , only 5 percent of all…
classification is
known as taxonomy
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Biology 101: Exam 3: Betty Lou Smith
evolution
natural selection
characteristics needed for natural sel…
genetic drift
change in genes of a population
produces populations that better adapt to the environment (Da…
variation in populations... many born few survive... differential r…
gene pool of a population to change RANDOMLY from one generat…
evolution
change in genes of a population
natural selection
produces populations that better adapt to the environment (Da…
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Entomology Exam 3
What is the basic process (function) o…
What is the basic process (function) o…
What is the basic process (function) o…
What is the basic process (function) o…
To prepare nutrients for transport to individual cells of the…
Maintain environment suitable for survival. Eliminate waste.…
Transport (nutrients, waste products, and hormones). Defense…
movement of oxygen
What is the basic process (function) o…
To prepare nutrients for transport to individual cells of the…
What is the basic process (function) o…
Maintain environment suitable for survival. Eliminate waste.…
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Bio Unit 5a part I
biotechnology
selective breeding
recombinant DNA
cross breeding (hybridization)
harnessing the natural biological processes of living systems…
method of improving a species by allowing only those individu…
a from of DNA produced buy splicing together segments of DNA…
process by which one species, breed, or variety of an organis…
biotechnology
harnessing the natural biological processes of living systems…
selective breeding
method of improving a species by allowing only those individu…
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Practice Exam 4 Exit Tickets
Mouth
Body temperature increases, thermostat…
Swim bladder
Echinoderms
In humans, the first opportunity for ingested food to undergo…
What is the correct sequence of bodily responses to increased…
What Osteichthyan structure allows bony fishes to control the…
What phyla has a water vascular system?
Mouth
In humans, the first opportunity for ingested food to undergo…
Body temperature increases, thermostat…
What is the correct sequence of bodily responses to increased…
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More biotech and stuff
Protein
Dicot
Virus
Guanine (G)
A large molecule composed of one or more chains of amino acid…
Angiosperms that have two seed leaves; generally broad-leaved
A very small infectious agent that replicates only withing a…
A nitrogen base of DNA; pairs with cytosine.
Protein
A large molecule composed of one or more chains of amino acid…
Dicot
Angiosperms that have two seed leaves; generally broad-leaved
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bio 2 exam
Bacterial cell walls contain
Plants and green algae
Which of the following has no members…
Protists that are pathogenic
peptidoglycan
contain cellulose cell walls
archaea
malaria
Bacterial cell walls contain
peptidoglycan
Plants and green algae
contain cellulose cell walls
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Chap 33 Bio211
Approximately how many different anima…
What four key traits do all animals sh…
What data is used to study the evoluti…
What evidence is there that multicellu…
Between 8-50 Million species. only 1.4 Million
Multicellular, Heterotrophs, Move under own power, All animal…
Fossils, comparative morphology, comparative genomics...Monop…
Sponge Fossils were the first fossils found. Choanoflagellate
Approximately how many different anima…
Between 8-50 Million species. only 1.4 Million
What four key traits do all animals sh…
Multicellular, Heterotrophs, Move under own power, All animal…
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Honors Biology Chapter 15/17 Test
What are the events of the history of…
What are the steps in the origin of li…
What is the difference between autotro…
Describe the abundance of prokaryotes,…
Origin or prokaryotes, origin of eukaryotes, origin of multic…
Abiotic joining of organic monomers, abiotic joining of organ…
Autotrophs make their own organic compounds form CO2, while h…
They are found everywhere, more abundant than eukaryotes, thr…
What are the events of the history of…
Origin or prokaryotes, origin of eukaryotes, origin of multic…
What are the steps in the origin of li…
Abiotic joining of organic monomers, abiotic joining of organ…
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bio 119 test 3
characteristics of protists
reproduction of protists
plants and some algae exhibit ...
photoautotrophs
more diverse than all other eukaryotes... not fungi, plants or a…
highly varied, with alternating sexual and asexual phases
alternation of generations, a haploid multicellular gametophy…
contain chloroplasts
characteristics of protists
more diverse than all other eukaryotes... not fungi, plants or a…
reproduction of protists
highly varied, with alternating sexual and asexual phases
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exam 2 bio
four mechanisms that can change the co…
gene pool
mutations
gene mutations are caused by various a…
mutation... gene flow... genetic drift... natural selection
sum of all the genetic information carried by all the individ…
the ultimate source of all genetic variation and are the resu…
- mistakes in DNA replication... - collisions of the DNA molecul…
four mechanisms that can change the co…
mutation... gene flow... genetic drift... natural selection
gene pool
sum of all the genetic information carried by all the individ…
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ACBS Study Guide
What are 3 characteristics about a cow…
Cattle display many different types of…
Name two forms of permanent identifica…
Name two types of restraint used on ca…
Color blind, Cant see on sides, poor vision in general
1. Habitual: repetive learned behaviors... 2. Ingestive: graze 4…
Branding, ear notches, freeze branding
Chute, Tied up
What are 3 characteristics about a cow…
Color blind, Cant see on sides, poor vision in general
Cattle display many different types of…
1. Habitual: repetive learned behaviors... 2. Ingestive: graze 4…
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