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for nln science
Compounds that have the same formula but different molecular structure.
Indicator of the same pressure.
Indication of the same temperature.
Atoms with the same atomic number but different mass numbers. Same number of protons, Different number of neutrons.
involved with the sense of smell
Eustachian tube and auditory nerve
Associated with the ear.
Centrosomes are found in what type of cells
Protein digestion. Change to what for what?
Must be changed to amino acids in order to be small enough to absorb.
Liquid at which a solute is dissolved to form a liquid.
The substance that is dissolved in a solvent.
°C x 9/5 + 32 =
(°F - 32) x 5/9 =
Explain some stuff about asexual reproduction. Give 2 examples and what they are dependent on.
Binary fission in paramecia and budding in yeast cells are examples of asexual reproduction, because cell divisions in both cases depends on mi
Cellular Respiration: Where does it began? And what happens next?
Begins with the splitting of glucose. The products then enter the Kreb's cycle and the the electron transport chain.
Best environment to grow bacteria?
In an incubator at approx...[37°C // 80°F]
(iodine plus potassium iodine) is an indicator that turn
The solution begins light clear blue, turn red in the presence of sugar. Test for the quantity of sugar present in a solution.
Smooth muscles location
Found in the lining of organs such as the uterus.
Found in the legs and arms are striated.
Which muscles are active when exercising?
heat shown as one of the products
A + B ---> C + 30k cal
A device used for studying charged particles.
DuctLESS glands with blood vessel associations.
, empty their
Neutrons Explain the 3 and their relation
-- (+) charge particle found in the nucleus of an atom. # of proton = atomic number, which is the same as the number of é.
-- neutral particle located in the nucleus of an atom, protons+neutrons=Mass Number
-- (-) charged particle located in the electron cloud.
Strong CT cords that attach muscles to bones
Fibrous tissue that connects bone to bone to provide stability to joints.