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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
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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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