Science The Ultimate

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Science The Ultimate
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  1. Plant Cell
    • 1. vauole-organell of water storage for photosythesis and turgor presssure
    • 2. cell wall-outermost boundary of the plant cell
    • 3. golgi body-combines and stores complex sugars
    • 4. smooth ER-male steroids stores aminoacids and protiens
    • 5. nuclear membrane-outermost boundary of the nucleus
    • 6. ribosomes-protein synthesis site
    • 7. rough ER-manufactures and stores amins acids and protiens
    • 8. cell membrane-the thin periable skin that lines the inner cell walls
    • 9. chromatin-coiled DNA strands that make up chromosomes
    • 10. nucleolus-a glob of RNA inside the nucleus and sends chemical messages to the cell
    • 11. nucleus- the control center of the cell
    • 12. chloroplast- the organelle containing chlorophyll which converts carbon dioxide and water into sugar
    • 13. mitochondria- converts sugars into energy
    • 14. cytoplasm- the form describing all the stuff in a cell between the nucleus and cell membrane
  2. Mitosis
    • 1. Interphase- chromosomes duplicate, cell is ready to divide
    • 2. prophase- nuclear membrane disappears, chromosomes coild up, spindle begins to form
    • 3. metaphase- chromosomes line up at equatorial plane,spindle fibers connect to ceatromeres of chromosomes
    • 4. anaphase- chromalids seperate and migrate to either end of the cell
    • 5. telephase- nuclear membrane reappear,spindle disappears,cell fivides in two
  3. Scientific Method
    • 1. Problem-state in question form
    • 2. collect info-research to help broaden the scope of the problem considered
    • 3. hyptohesis- a proposed solution to the given problem
    • 4. experement- the test of the hypothesis
    • a. state purpose- why it is done
    • b. procedure- how its done and materials used
    • c. collect data- what happened during the procedure
    • d. results- the interpretation of the data
    • e. conclusion- verifies or nulifies the hypothesis
    • 5. communicate findings- science project, lab write-out, etc
  4. Vocab
    • algae-vegetive autotrophic
    • monera-all procaryotic organisms
    • cyanobacteria-colonial procaryotic algae
    • bacteria-unicellular procaryots
    • protozoa-eucaryotic unicellular motile animal-like
    • fungi kingdom-vegetive heterotrphic with hyphae
    • protista-eucaryotic uni & multicellular w/out tissues
    • ciliaphora-cilia for locomotion
    • chrysophyta-unicellular with silica shell
    • zigomycoda-bread & water molds
    • coniferophyta-has seeds on cone scales
    • deuteromycota-ringworm and athletes foot
    • bryophyta-plants w/out vascular tissue
    • monocotyledonae-one cotyledon seeds w/ parallel venation
    • vicidonycoda-mushrooms
    • terophyta-compund leaves with spores
    • dicityledon-two cotyledon seeds w/ branched venation
    • angiospermophyta-has seeds enclosed in an ovary
    • traciophyta-plants with vascular tissue
  5. Vocab 2
    • Nematoda-round worms w/ no muscular intestine
    • porifora-porous w/ spicules
    • arthrapoda-jointed appendages and an exoskeleton
    • animealia-heterotrphic contractile fibers multicellular
    • platyhelminithes-flattened ribbon-like worms
    • annelida-round segmented with setae
    • chordata-notochord w/ embryonic pharyngeal puches
    • cnidaria-gastrovascular cavity w/ stinging cells
    • sepholopoda-large head with 8 0r more tenticles
  6. what?
    • - - - caccus
    • -_-_- spirila
    • ----- bacillus

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