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1) Biology is the study of
2) A testable explanation of an observation.
3) A compound that contains carbon and comes from living things is a(n)
4) Organic compound used for insulation, stored energy, and building membranes
5) Organic Compound that provides Quick Energy
6) Organic compound that stores heredity information
7) Basic building blocks of proteins
8) The process by which a DNA molecule is copied
9) What happens to the chromosomes during interphase?
10) What is the correct order of mitosis? (name the phases)
11) If a cell starts with 46 chromosomes, at the beginning of mitosis, how many chromosomes are in each new daughter cell?
12) Location of cellular respiration (aerobic)
13) Purpose of cellular respiration
14) Type of cell with no nucleus or membrane bound organelles.
All living things are made of cells Cells come from preexisting cells Cells are the basic unit of an organism 15) These are all part of what theory?
16) Where does photosynthesis take place?
17) Helps water striders walk on water
18) Helps move water from the soil, up the stem and to the leaves
19) What happens to a cell in a hypertonic solution?
20) Which produces more ATP per glucose molecule, Aerobic or Anaerobic
21) Movement of particle from a high concentration to a low concentration using a transport protein
22) The diffusion of water
23) Helps speed up a chemical reaction
24) Type of transport that requires energy
25) Process by which molecules spread from an area of high concentration to a low concentration
26) What part of the cell helps maintain homeostasis?
For each statement, write true or false If the answer is false, write WHY it is false.
UNIT B The development of a seed into a new plant. #1.
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1 Study of Biology. 2 What is Biology? Biology is the study of all living things Living things are called organisms Living things are called organisms.
1 st Nine Weeks Study Guide. Standard 1 (Glassware, Measurements, Instruments) Light Microscope Electron Microscope Magnification power ,000 Method.
The Cell in Action Guided Notes. What you should already know… Cell membrane – a phospholipid layer that covers a cells surface; acts as a barrier between.
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1 -nucleus -cytoplasm -nucleolus-cell membrane Vacuole -chloroplast -mitochondria -ribosomes -endoplasmic reticulum(ER)
Cell Transport Study Guide. 1. Which forms of transport do NOT require energy? Diffusion Osmosis Facilitated Diffusion *All of these are passive!
1 Gateway to the Cell. 2 Protective barrier Regulate transport in & out of cell (selectively permeable) Regulate transport in & out of cell (selectively.
The Cell Ch. 7. Cell History Hooke - is the scientist who 1st coined the term “cell” – in the 1660’s he observed cork from a tree stem (they reminded.
How Plants Get Their Food (1). How do plants get their food ? The soil was watered but nothing else was added. After 5 years, the tree had gained 74kg.
PHOTOSYNTHESIS VS RESPIRATION Place the following items in the correct location on a Venn Diagram.
Organic Compounds All living things are made of organic compounds. Contain the element Carbon Carbohydrates, Proteins, Lipids, Nucleic Acids.
Weekly Wonders I have put the dates of when I expect you to learn the Weekly Wonders. If there is a test scheduled for the week you are still expected.
Weekly Announcements No Homework today Notebook Check today Quiz on Cellular Respiration Tuesday Next week Lab on Chlorophyll Monday Next week Test on.
Homeostasis depends in part on appropriate movement of materials across the cell membrane. Homeostasis refers to the necessity of an organism to maintain.
Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration. The process by which energy from the sun is used to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen Photosynthesis.
Photosynthesis CAPTURING THE ENERGY IN LIGHT All organisms use energy for the functions of life. Many organisms use energy directly from sunlight. The.
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The Life of a Cell. Chemistry Element - A substance that can not be broken down into simpler substance. Trace elements are found in living things in very.
End Show Slide 1 of 39 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall 12-3 RNA and Protein Synthesis 12–3 RNA and Protein Synthesis.
1 Energy Flow Through an Ecosystem Food Chains, Food Webs, Energy Pyramids.
Cell Structures, Transport & Homeostasis, and Role of Enzymes Biology EOCT Review Created Spring 2012.
Why do plants need both chloroplasts and mitochondria? 0 Chloroplasts needed to produce.
1 The Plasma Membrane The Plasma Membrane - Gateway to the Cell.
Basic Cell Structure. Cells Basic building blocks of life Understanding of cell morphology is critical to the study of biotechnology.
Ch. 8 Cell Structure & Function Lesson 1: What Do Cells Do?
Warm Up: Mon 8/1 Warm Ups for week of 8/1 on pg 14 What is the difference between a hypothesis and a prediction? Hypothesis:Prediction:
Do Now October 15, yesterday Photosynthesis (p. 111) Chloroplast Chlorophyll (p. 113) Mitochondria Cellular Respiration (p. 127) October 16, today What.
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