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1) The basic structural and physiological unit of all living organisms is the _____________. : Cell
2) Organisms are named using first their ________ and then their _______. : genus; species
3) In comparison to eukaryotes, prokaryotes _______. : are smaller
4) What is a hypothesis? : A tentative explanation that can be tested and is falsifiable.

Created on March 02, 2019 by
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Johnnye Nicholas


1) Carbohydrate : Glucose
2) Protein : Amino Acids
3) Fats : Fatty Acid and Glycerol

Created on March 13, 2018 by
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Javen Miller

Concept 1
1) Unicellualr : Composed of 1 cell
2) Multicellualr : composed of many cells
3) Organelles : Specialized structures within the cell that work together to help the cell function
4) Cell Membrane : Job: Controls what goes in and out of the cell
5) Cytoskeleton : Job- Gives the cell shape can also move organelles around Animal and Plant

Created on December 06, 2017 by
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Emilee Miller

Biology Flashcard
1) Most chelicerates cannot consume solid food and must _____ their food by injecting it with _____ before sucking it. : liquefy, enzymes
2) Which of the following organisms are chelicerates? (Select all that are true) A. Spiders B. Leeches C. Insects D. Mites E. Polychaetes F. Ticks : A. Spiders D. Mites F. Ticks
3) Which of the following phyla is considered the most successful of al animal phyla containing more than 1,000,000 species? A. Nematoda B. Molluska C. Annelida D. Arthropoda : D. Arthropoda
4) Match the class of annelids with its major characteristics. (Is the following true or false?) Polychaeata - Citellum Present Clitellata - Parapoda present; may setae : FALSE. Correct answer: Polychaeata - Parapoda present; many setae Clitellata - Citellum Present
5) Which of the following are characteristic of the class Chelicerata? A. Bodies consist of two tagmata B. Predominantly aquatic C. Mouthparts can be modified as pincers or fangs D. Locomotion is achieved by 8 pairs of legs : A. Bodies consist of two tagmata C. Mouthparts can be modified as pincers or fangs *CHELICERATA is one of the 5 subdivisions of the phylum Arthropoda characterized by absence of antennae and mandibles (jaws) and the presence of chelicerae (a pincer-like mouthpart as the anterior appendage, composed of a base segment and a fang portion)

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Genetics Exam 1 Study Guide

1) The Human Genome project found: : The (almost) complete human sequence, and a reference human genome The location and structure of most genes The identification of (most) of the major variants A highly interactive database with a continuous fusion of new information
2) ENCODE- encyclopedia of DNA elements: : Goal was to build a comprehensive parts list of functional elements in the human genome, including elements that act at protein and RNA levels, and regulatory elements that control cells when gene is active.
3) Gregor Mendel : Father of modern genetics. Worked with pea plants and came up with laws of segregation, uniformity, and independent assortment.
4) Sir Francis Galton : Father of statistical genetics and behavioral genetics (twin studies). He believed traits were determined solely by genes, and so worked with Karl Pearson to develop statistical tests to analyze the inheritance of characteristics. Also, coined term Eugenics.
5) Sir Archibald Garrod : Father of medical genetics. Showed that a variety conditions acted as Mendelian recessive, including Alkaptonuria and Albinism.

Created on February 11, 2017 by
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Katie Grondahl

Biology- Wei

1) What is Biology? : Science that deals with life
2) What is science? : Process used to solve problems or develop an understanding of repetitive natural events that involve gathering of knowledge and testing of possible answers
3) What are cause-effect relationships? : When one event happens as a direct result of a proceeding event
4) How is a hypothesis defined? : A possible answer to a question
5) How is a hypothesis tested? : 1) collect relevant information and samples 2) make observations 3) design experiments

Created on February 09, 2017 by
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Human Biology
Midterm Jean Walsh
1) If something is living it... : Responds-external stimulus Alter-environment Sense-environment Adapt-environment Uses energy reproduces maintains homeostasis is highly organized is composed of materials of life (C,H,O&N)
2) Homeostasis : a state that an organism works to maintain
3) Loss of homeostasis? : disease
4) Conscious responses to homeostasis? : picking the right clothes
5) Unconscious responses to homeostasis? : BV constriction

Created on October 17, 2016 by
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Isabel Garcia

BHS Stage 3 Flashcards

1) what can rings on the hoof wall show? : change of diet or laminitis
2) where is starch digested? : small intestine
3) which type of grass: is a good ground covering plant? : creeping red fescue
4) What problems can occur with sesamoid bones? : sesamoiditis
5) conformation viewed from in front: what is it called when the knees are too wide apart? : bench knees

Created on December 07, 2015 by
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Natalie Roberts


1) 1. A bird-watcher records the movement of migrating birds. In which part of the scientific process is the bird-watcher participating? a. Controlling variables b. Experimenting c. Observing d. Hypothesizing : c. Observing
2) 2. Which deals with the transmission of traits from one generation to another? a. Anatomy b. Genetics c. Ecology d. Forensics : b. Genetics
3) 3. The tendency of an organism or a cell to regulate its internal balance, usually by a system of feedback controls, so as to stabilize health and functioning, regardless of the outside changing conditions is called ____________. a. Natural selection b. Homeostasis c. Metabolism d. Respiration : b. Homeostasis
4) 4. During strenuous exercise, body temperature increases. The body responds to the increase in temperature by sweating, which helps to reduce the body temperature. Which is demonstrated in this situation? a. Excretion b. Metabolism c. Homeostasis d. Synthesis : c. Homeostasis
5) 5. Before mitosis begins, which happens before the nucleus starts dividing? a. The cytoplasm separates. b. The DNA replicates. c. The sister chromatids separate. d. The homologous chromosomes cross over. : b. The DNA replicates.

Created on December 03, 2015 by
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Melvin Flores

Properties of water

1) Water is polar... : A region with positive and negative charge
2) Definition of Nonpolar : Molecules with no change
3) Definition of cohesion : Attraction among molecules of a substance Ex-Water on a penny or water on a window
4) Definition of adhesion : attraction of molecules to a different substance
5) Definition of solvent : substance that is present

Created on August 28, 2014 by
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alena leek

animales terrestres
animales terrestres
1) el perro : es domestico
2) el gato : domestico
3) caballo : salvaje
4) el pollo : domestico

Created on March 08, 2014 by
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bibiana ortiz

The Bones
A set of flashcards to memorize the bones in the human body.
1) Finger bones : carples
2) Upper arm bone : humerus
3) Thumb side lower arm bone : radius
4) Pinky finger lower arm bone : ulna
5) Upper leg bone : femur

Created on November 11, 2013 by
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Matt Maurer
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