Anatomy & Physiology
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Type of Bond when atoms lose or gain electrons (transferred) to become stable with filled outer shells
Active Mechanisms of movement of materials across the membrane do not require cellular energy. T or F?
Stage of Mitosis that results in the spindle fibers contracting and are pulling the sister chromatids apart toward opposite centrioles.
Which of the following is an organic base?
(this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
The site where ribosomes assemble prior to their migration into the cytoplasm.
The heart is in which cavity?
Homeostasis is regulated through control systems which consists of ____?
Groups of similar cells functioning together
The # of protons
Stage of mitosis that the nuclear membrane fragments and disappears and duplicated chromatins are visible as chromosomes.
Diffusion in which materials move from an area of greater concentration across a selectively permeable membrane to an area of lower concentration.
Ionic bonds are formed when atoms share electrons to become more stable. T or F?
An example of an inorganic compound is ____?
Building blocks of proteins
Form of cell death that is a normal part of development
# of protons and neutrons
chemical energy for cellular work
Ability to lify a volume of water
Nucleic acid that forms genes
Substance that releases detectable hydrogen ions in water
Means situated towards the front
Membranes within cavities are called viscera
Maintenance of a relatively stable internal environment
What are the major stages of mitosis?
Movement through a membrane as a result of hydrostatic pressure
The scientific study of structure or form
Scientific study of function
basic chemical particles which contribute to the human body
basic living unit of humans and other living organisms
type of tisue that forms a covering or a lining
type of tissue that binds structures, provides support and protection, serves as framework, fill spaces, store fat, roduce blood cells, protect against infection and help repair tissue damage
possess the ability to contract to do work for the body
function to transmit nerve impulses to coordinate and integrate body functions
energy produced during chemical reactions
energy produced by electrically-charged substances
kinetic energy (energy in motion)
energy produced by the sun
fundamental composition of matter
has a positive charge and is contained within the nucleus
has no charge and is contained within the nucleus
has a negative charge and orbits within the energy shells
central portion of the atom that has a positive charge
orbits surrounding the nucleus
energy shell that can hold a maximum of two electrons
First energy shell
If the first shell in not complete the atom will be _____
two or more different atoms that chemically combine
compounds that do not possess both carbon and hydrogen or either
compounds that possess both carbon and hydrogen
Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy chapter 1-3