Bio 210 Final
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Bio 210 Final
Bio 210 Final
different types of
Includes related organs with a common function
Electrons are found where?
Outside the nucleus
Number of protons in an atom
Number of protons and neutrons together (add together)
When atoms gain or lose electrons
have carbon and hydrogen
Carbon and hydrogen combined together
Suicide sacs. Capable of digesting cellular parts.
Higher to lower
lower pressure, less outside than inside, cells burst
higher pressure, more solid particles outside than inside, cell shrinks.
Needs a helper
Active transport System
Needs energy and a helper from lower to higher.
Splitting - away
What happens at the end of Telophase?
2 daughter cells
- splitting of sugars
Electron Transport Chain
Net gain of 34 ATP's. Aerobic
Involved in DNA replication
RNA consists of:
A. Phosphate B. Ribose sugar C. A,U,C,G
Pairings A=U, U=A, C-G, G=C
Starts with DNA ends with M-RNA
Traveling to the cytoplasm
Carrying amino acids to the ribosomes.
Several enzymes: polymerase, helicase, primase and DNA ligase..... Enzymes end with ASE.
Produced by small intestines
Epidermis is composed of:
Stratified squamous epithelium.
Lacks blood vessels.
Ridges makes up our fingertips and footprints
Apocrine Sweat Glands
Responds to emotional stress
Eccrine Sweat Glands
Responds to body temperatures
Only one layer appears to be more.
Lines Respiratory passageways
Simple columnar Epithelium
Lines digestive tract - one layer, elongated
Found in the urinary bladder
Found in the nose
Stores inorganic sales
Where is keratinization found?
Moisturize the skin
formation of blood cells
Examples of short bones
Ends of a long bone
the entire bone
Bone forming, building up.
Destroying, breaking down
Secondary ossification appears?
In the epiphyses
Which tissue has
"Bundles" of skeletal muscle fibers
Surrounding each muscle fiber
Part of the sarcoplasmic reticulum?
Open to the sarcolemma
Overlapping of actin and myosin
Attaches to the sarcolemma
Calcium diffuses from?
Tropomyosin is exposed during?
Calcium ions are actively transported to?
Appear in movement
Occur with no movement
Flight or fight happens?
What carries out phagocytosis?
Acetylcholine depolarizes or repolarizes?
Sensory and motor
In the frontal lobe, what coordinates speech?
Which lobe is the auditory area?
Which lobe is the visual area?
Short-term memory is held where?
Recent memory is held where?
Coordinates muscle movement
Relay station for incoming impulses
except.... Sense of smell
Regulates heart rate, hunger, body temps
Emotional experience and expression
Center for visual and auditory reflexes
Types of receptors
Touch, pressure, heat, cold, stretch, pain
feel it somewhere else than where it is.
Can olfactory cells be regenerated?
Can taste cells be replaced?
What are four taste sensations:
sweet, sour, salty, bitter
Retina receives image:
flips and reverses the image