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With Host... Your Mrs. Carpenter, Rene O’Dell, And Charlene Din
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In order to survive all enzymes must carry out A 100
What is enzyme-controlled reactions? A 100
Protein catalyst that speeds up chemical reactions during cell respiration A 200
What is an enzyme? A 200
A 300 These effect the rate at which reactions occur and influence chemical reactions in living systems
What are enzymes? A 300
This enzyme is chemically specific because it will act on starch but not a protein A 400
What is Salivary Amylase? A 400
The enlargement of a plants leaf pores enables the increase of its intake of this A 500
What is carbon dioxide? A 500
An increase in the bloods level of a thyroid gland hormone decreases the release of thyroid- stimulating hormone illustrates this type of feedback B 100
What is negative feedback? B 100
This is the maintenance of the pH of human blood within a certain range B 200
What is dynamic equilibrium? B 200
The amount of this effected by insulin illustrates homeostasis within the human body B 300
What is glucose in the blood? B 300
An increase of this usually occurs when a person is suffering from an infection such as strep throat or chicken pox B 400
What are antibodies? B 400
B 500 This stimulates your immune system against a pathogen
What is a vaccine? B 500
These protect the body against harmful flu viruses C 100
What are white blood cells and antibodies? C 100
The resistance of the body to a pathogen C 200
What is immunity? C 200
Uncontrolled cell division is a characteristic of this C 300
What is cancer? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
These poisonous chemicals attack living tissue and cause disease within humans C 400
What are toxins? C 400
Two systems that work together to cause hormones to be released into the blood due to a person being frightened C 500
What are the nervous system and endocrine system? C 500
These are particles composed of nucleic acids and proteins D 100
What are viruses? D 100
Bacteria is classified as this D 200
What are one celled organisms? D 200
These are organisms that survive by living and feeding on other organisms D 300
What are parasites? D 300
These organisms are made of either one or many cells and include yeasts and molds D 400
What are fungi? D 400
This is any condition that prevents the body from working as it should D 500
What is disease? D 500
These are abnormal cells in the body that lead to cancer E 100
What are pathogens? E 100
This is a mass of abnormal cells E 200
What is a tumor? E 200
These are rapid immune system reactions to environmental substances and are normally harmless E 300
What are allergies? E 300
These a weakened, killed, or parts of pathogens E 400
What are vaccines? E 400
Processes by these produce most the oxygen within our atmosphere E 500
What are plants? E 500
This organism release oxygen into the atmosphere F 100
What is a tree? F 100
Plants provide food for animals through this process F 200
What is photosynthesis? F 200
This is the word equation that represents the process of photosynthesis F 300
What is carbon dioxide + water -> glucose + oxygen? F 300
Plant cells that lack chloroplast won’t give off this F 400
What is oxygen? F 400
This process removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere F 500
What is photosynthesis? F 500
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HOMEOSTASIS IN ORGANISMS. THE DISEASE THAT RESULTS WHEN THE HIV VIRUS ATTACKS THE HUMAN IMMUNE SYSTEM.
Click to begin. InfectionThe SystemMalfunction 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points.
Basic Biochemical Processes of Living Organisms. Biochemical Processes Biochemical processes are chemical processes that occur in living things. All organisms.
TOPIC TWO Homeostasis in Organisms. A. Homeostasis 1. Photosynthesis is carried out by plants, and algae (autotrophs). It takes the radiant energy of.
Homeostasis in Organisms. Compare a human and a car…
A. What is Blood? Blood is the tissue of transport in your body Humans have ~ 4-6 liters of blood.
DO NOW. The immune systems help to protect against pathogens. If the immune system recognizes an antigen, it will launch an attack.
THIS IS With Host... Your Biochemistry HomeostasisPhotosynthesis Respiration Cell Reproduction.
THIS IS With Host... Your Small Soldiers Help I Can’t Breathe! Let’s go tubing! In through the Defend the line!!! Potent Potables.
THIS IS With Host... Your Exchange with the environmen t Cell Energy The Cell Cycle Meiosisvocabhodgepodge.
Immunity Review. Explain how wbc’s can protect the body against disease. Wbc’s produce antibodies and memory cells when a pathogen (antigen) enter the.
Ch 18 Fighting Diseases. Infectious Disease Understanding Infections Disease – Organisms that cause disease are called pathogens – Diseases that are caused.
Immune System Review. Prevention Diagnosis Treatment Cure.
Unit Question: What is life and how does it maintain balance? Notes #8: The Immune System and Homeostasis Aim: What does your immune system do? Name:________________.
AIDS-Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome-- the disease that results when the HIV virus attacks the human immune system. Allergy-a condition in which.
Infectious Diseases Disease caused by the living pathogens within the body pathogens (organisms that cause diseases) Pathogens damage cell.
The Immune System The Body’s Defense. The Body’s Lines of Defense The body has three lines of defense against pathogens: 1. Barriers - skin, breathing.
THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. VOCABULARY VOCABULARY Pathogens = viruses, bacteria, microorganisms that cause disease.
THIS IS With Host... Your FunctionsThe Heart Blood Vessels Parts of the Blood Blood Types Blood Flow.
CIRCULATION Once food has been digested, it must be transported to the cells for them to use. This is the function of the circulatory system.
Chemistry of Living Things. Homeostasis: Homeostasis: A balanced state in an organism’s body. Failure to maintain homeostasis results in disease or death.
DISEASES. TYPES OF DISEASES A DISEASE IS AN UNHEALTHY CONDITION OF THE BODY OR MIND. A COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CAN BE SPREAD. A NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASE DOES.
Connect! Did you get a swine flu vaccination? What is a vaccination?
THIS IS With Host... Your Digestive System Respiratory System Cardiovascular System Hearth Health Healthy Issues Potpourri.
THIS IS With Host... Your Step LabLiver LabHospital Triage DiagnosisImmune System Homeostasi s / General.
THE IMMUNE SYSTEM The function of the immune system is to fight infection through the production of cells that fight off foreign substances.
Human Systems Review: To help you study!. Endocrine System A network of All of the glands (organs) that release hormones into the bloodstream to regulate.
THIS IS With Host... Your Cell Structure & Function Photo- synthesis Cellular Respiration Cell Growth& Division Cell Transport.
THIS IS With Host... Your Mrs. Carpenter Bones Skin Respirator y Muscles Circulatory system Blood.
BY ISAAC, DANIEL, COLBY 2, HARISH AND SHAWN The Immune system.
Topic: Final Exam Review Aim: Let’s review Human Systems Do Now: Multiple Choice ?’s HW: Final Exam Review Sheet.
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Cat1 Cat2Cat3Cat4 Potpourri.
Playing Defense The Body’s Defense System. External Defenses.
Immune System The body’s primary defense against disease causing pathogens that threaten our homeostasis. Can be identified by molecules on their outer.
Immune System. I. How Do Pathogens Cause Disease? A. Louis Pasteur discovered that disease came from microorganisms, living things to small to see without.
Communicable Diseases Chapter 24. Communicable Diseases A disease spread from one living thing to another or through the environment. Causes of diseases?
What are viruses? Viruses are non-living particles composed of a nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) and a protein coat. Viruses need a host cell to reproduce—this.
Photosynthesis & Respiration. Photosynthesis The process is a chemical reaction.
Click the mouse button or press the space bar to display information. The Immune System The immune system is the system that removes harmful organisms.
Medicines are divided into classes and have different effects on different people.
DISEASE AS A FAILURE OF HOMEOSTASIS. Disease Any condition that prevents the body from working as it should As a result the body may fail to maintain.
1 UNIT 3 PART 2: IMMUNE SYSTEM The blood is a liquid tissue that has three major functions: –Transportation of nutrients, hormones, wastes, etc. –Regulation.
Microbes Unit 3: Week 1. Microbiology Microbiology explores microscopic organisms including viruses, bacteria, protozoa, parasites and some fungi and.
#91 Homeostasis REVIEW #91 Homeostasis REVIEW Agenda : Warm Up 5 min Minilesson 15 min Self Assess 15 min Summary 10 min Reflection 5 min Agenda : Warm.
Viruses pp. 104 to 107. Viruses vs. Bacteria: What’s the difference? Bacteria unicellular organisms Virus protein-covered genetic material (DNA) that.
Microbiology Notes: Causes of Disease. What is disease? Disease is a change that disturbs the normal functioning of the body’s systems. Many diseases.
TOPIC: Immunity AIM: How does the immune system protect the body against disease?
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