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Undifferentiated cambium tissue develops into :
Plants lacking vascular tissue are called _______________.
What type of enzyme transfers phosphate groups?
What type of enzyme is involved in oxidation-reduction reactions?
Centrioles are only found in _____________ cells.
__________ stimulates fruit ripening.
________________ is an inhibitor of plant growth hormones.
Myelin is made by ___________.
*Myelin acts as an electrical insulator; it increases the rate in which the axon can translate signals.
Gluconeogenesis occurs in the _____________.
Path of nerve Signal:
1. presynaptic cell
2. synaptic cleft
3. post synaptic clef
The middle ear contains 3 bones:
Inner ear contains:
1. semicircular canals - balance
2. cochlea - sound waves in the air are converted into neural messages
Fungi are ____________.
Heterotrophic, NOT AUTOTROPHIC
The _____________ is the physical environment in which the organism lives.
A ____________ is the role that an organism plays in its natural community, the way that the organism lives, eats and reproduces.
The interacting of different populations of species is called a _____________.
A group of individuals belonging to the same species that interbreed while occupying a different area at a given time is called a ______________.
A _____________ is a geographic region inhabited by a distinct community.
In _____________, one organism benefits while the other is harmed.
In _____________, both organisms benefit from each other
In _____________, one organism benefits and the other is unharmed.
_______ cells secrete Pepsinogen.
___________ cells secrete HCl, Intrinsic factor (B-12 absorption)
__________ cells, secrete the hormone gastrin which stimulate the HCl production of parietal cells.
osteoblast secrete __________.
*Osteoblast cannot carry out mitosis!!
In _______________, different species emerge from the same single ancestor.
What is an example of adaptive radiation?
Fiches from Galapagos Islands studied by Darwin
The Hardy-Weinberg law dhows us how genotype and phenotype stability can be achieved in a ______________.
What are the 6 assumptions of the Hardy Weinbergy law:
1. large population
2. random mating
3. no isolation
4. no mutation
5. no natural selection
Guanine - Cytosine contains how many H-bonds?
In ___________ syndrome, there is an extra X chromosomes - XXY
In ___________ Syndrome, the female is missing an X chromosome -- XO
The __________ transports the sperm to the urethra then out of the penis.
The _______________ adds more thick mucous to the semen.
Spermatozoa matures in the ________________.
Sperm production occurs in the _______________.
Seminiferous Tubules of the testes
_______________ cells secrete testosterone which allow germ cells to mature into sperm cells.
Darwin suggested that variation in traits are due to mutations.
The following are high energy compounds:
1. phosphoenolpyruvate - highest energy
2. acetyl coa
In the fetus the _______________, conducts blood from the pulmonary artery to the aorta,
by passing the lungs.
In the fetus the _______________, bypasses the pulmonary circulation.
In the fetus the _______________,
bypasses the liver.
____________ can be stored in the liver.
Species that have analogous structures (have similar physical appearances) but are not related is an example of _______________.
_______________ is a resting condition in the life of an insect.
*similar to the vertebrates' hibernation
Path urine takes:
Loop of Henle
Distal Convoluted Tubule
In the kidneys, the __________________ is where most resorption occurs.
proximal convoluted tubule
In the kidneys, the _____________ is the main area where secretion occurs.
Distal convoluted tubule.
____________ lack cholesterol in their cell membranes.
Fertilization occurs in the _______________.
Male baboons and female baboons are very different in appearance, this is an example of ________________.
Random changes in the allele frequency from one generation to another in a small population can lead to elimination of a particular allele by chance alone is called __________.
Insulin ______________ blood glucose
Glucagon _____________ blood glucose.
What cofactor is found in chlorophyll?
Early Earth's 5 reducing atmosphere contained:
****O2 IS NOT PRESENT*****
Which 2 species are the only ones that have a 4 chambered heart?
Vegetative Propagation is a form of ________________ reproduction in plants
Pollen is produced in the _______________.
Myoglobin exist as a single chain and will store O
_________________ is the primary neurotransmitter of the parasympathetic nervous system.
______________ is the primary neurotransmitter of the sympathetic nervous system.
Viruses lack cellular organelles, thus antibiotics do not work against viruses.
What which type of RNA are unusual bases such as methylinosine, psuedouridine, and 4-thiouridine are found?
Kingdom _____________ will include the blue-green algae and the bacteria.
Paramecium are found in what Kingdom?
Green Algae are found in what kingdom?
The sticky part of the flower is the _____________ and will catch the pollen.
Vitamins yield how much energy?
zero!!! vitamins do not make any energy!
Stem cells in the bone marrow produce lymphocytes by ___________.
Synapsis occurs in what stage of meiosis?
NOT FOUND IN MITOSIS!!
_____________ is when new species forms as a result of geographic isolation.
The most recent era is the _____________.
In what era did dinosaurs appear in ?
The first land vertebrates, plants appeared in the _____________.
Invertebrates, monera, fungi appeared in the earliest era, called _____________.