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Grace Auffinger. Cells. Photosynthesis. Respiration. Cell Division. Molecular Genetics. Evolution and Classification. Cells. Photosy - nthesis. Respiration. Cell Division. Molecular Genetics. Evolution And Classification. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200.

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Cells

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Respiration

Cell

Division

Molecular

Genetics

Evolution

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Classification

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Cells

A long chain of carbon and hydrogen atoms with a carboxyl group on one end.

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Cells

What is a fatty acid?

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Cells

It occurs by exocytosis and endocytosis.

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Cells

How does bulk transport across the plasma membrane occur?

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Cells

These three features are found in both eukaryotes and prokaryotes.

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Cells

What do cytoplasm, ribosomes, and plasma membrane all have in common?

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Cells

Many freshwater protists have these in order to pump excess water out of the cell

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Cells

What are contractile vacuoles?

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Cells

These are the structural and functional distinctions between the smooth and rough ER.

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Cells

What is the presence of bound ribosomes on the rough ER, and the smooth ER functions in detoxification of carbohydrate metabolism and storage of calcium ions?

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Photosynthesis

This color is least effective in photosynthesis.

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Photosynthesis

What is the color green?

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Photosynthesis

This group of accessory pigments is found in green plants.

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Photosynthesis

What are carotenoids?

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Photosynthesis

These are the prominent group of organelles found in plants and in photosynthetic protists

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Photosynthesis

What are plastids?

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Photosynthesis

The most abundant protein on Earth and catalyzes the first step in this process.

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Photosynthesis

What is Rubisco and the Calvin Cycle?

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Photosynthesis

This is the structure of chlorophyll molecules.

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Photosynthesis

What is a porphyrin ring with a hydrocarbon tail?

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Respiration

This reaction series converts a 6-carbon glucose into two 3-carbon pyruvates.

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Respiration

What is glycolysis?

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Respiration

These are the two types of anaerobic respiration.

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Respiration

What is alcoholic and lactic acid fermentation?

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Respiration

This enzyme controls cellular respiration

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Respiration

What is phosphofructokinase?

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Respiration

Buffers are substances that minimize changes in the concentration of H+ and OH- by doing this.

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Respiration

What is accepting or donating hydrogen ions?

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Respiration

This substance enters glycolysis at the glyceraledehyde-3-phosphate point.

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Respiration

What is Glycerol?

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Cell Division

This checkpoint is called the S point in the cell cycle.

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Cell Division

What is DNA synthesis?

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Cell Division

These are the three functions of cell division.

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Cell Division

What is reproduction, growth, and tissue renewal?

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Cell Division

This is an abnormal cell mass at an original site and can be completely removed by surgery.

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Cell Division

What is a benign tumor?

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Cell Division

This complex disassembles in late prophase of Meiosis 1.

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Cell Division

What is the synaptonemal complex?

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Cell Division

During anaphase, kinetochore microtubules shorten at this place.

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Cell Division

What is kinetochore molecules shortening at the kinetochore ends?

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Molecular Genetics

In this model each strand of both daughter molecules contains a mixture of old and newly synthesized DNA.

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Molecular Genetics

What is the dispersive model?

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Molecular Genetics

These are two alterations in chromosome structure that involve repetition of a segment and reverse of a segment.

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Molecular Genetics

What is duplication and inversion?

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Molecular Genetics

These are two ways to test a fetus for genetic disorders.

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Molecular Genetics

What is Amniocentesis and CVS?

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Molecular Genetics

This protein functions as a continuous synthesizer for the leading strand and elongates each Okazaki fragments in the lagging strand.

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Molecular Genetics

What is DNA polmerase III?

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Molecular Genetics

This protein product would be expected from a poly-G mRNA that is 30 nucleotides long.

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Molecular Genetics

What is a polypeptide made up of 10 glycine amino acids?

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Evolution and Classification

Species, rather than individuals, evolve because of this.

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Evolution and Classification

What is natural selection?

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Evolution and Classification

Forelimbs of animals that are similar in structure but different in function are called this.

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Evolution and Classification

What are homologous structures?

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Evolution and Classification

These are the 5 conditons for the Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium.

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Evolution and Classification

What is large population size, no gene flow, no mutations, random mating, and no natural selection?

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Evolution and Classification

Allopatric speciation would be less likely to occur on an island close to mainland instead of a more isolated island because of this.

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Evolution and Classification

What is continued gene flow between mainland populations and those on a nearby island reducing the chance that enough genetic divergence will allow allopatric speciation to occur?

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Evolution and Classification

These are the difficulties with molecular clocks.

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Evolution and Classification

What is not running smoothly as the neutral theory states and extending molecular clocks beyond the time span documented by the fossil record?

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Double

Jeopardy!!!

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Plant Systems

Animal

Systems

Ecology

Labs

Biotech

Things We

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Plant Systems

These are many different types of modified leaves in plants.

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Plant Systems

What are tendrils, spines, storage leaves, bracts, and reproductive leaves?

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Plant Systems

These are the basic steps of transport in a vascular plant.

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Plant Systems

What is roots absorb water and minerals then transported as xylem sap, transpiration, stomata taking in CO2 and expelling O2, sugars being produced by photosynthesis, sugars transported by phloem sap, and then roots exchanging gases?

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Plant Systems

The belt of waxy material is extremely important in plants for this reason.

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Plant Systems

What is the Casparian strip that blocks the passage of water and dissolved minerals?

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Plants Systems

These are the main differences between a sunflower and a corn stem.

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Plant Systems

What is eudicot stems with vascular bundles forming a ring and monocot stems with vascular bundles scattered throughout the ground tissue?

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Plant Systems

In maize plants, the leaves turn purple if this element, that is a component of nucleic acids, is not present.

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Plant Systems

What is phosphorus?

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Animal Systems

These are classic examples of negative and positive feedback.

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Animal Systems

What is a thermostat and childbirth?

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Animal Systems

These five classes all consist of similar Y-shaped molecules in which the tail region determines the distribution and function.

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Animal Systems

What are immunoglobins and the five classes (IgM, IgG, IgA, IgE, IdD)?

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Animal Systems

These two foods contain all the amino acids that are essential for adult humans.

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Animal Systems

What are corn and beans which contain the eight essential amino acids?

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Animal Systems

A hormone is secreted by the stomach and triggers a certain feeling during mealtimes.

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Animal Systems

What is ghrelin which triggers feeling of hunger at mealtimes?

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Animal Systems

Ectotherms in the deep sea have this body temperature.

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Animal Systems

What is constant body temperature?

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Ecology

This low angle of sunlight occurs in two places on the earth due to this.

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Ecology

What is north and south poles and latitudinal variation in sunlight intensity?

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Ecology

Ducks and geese that imprint go through this period which limits an animals development.

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Ecology

What is the sensitive period?

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Ecology

These are three ways that the environment can influence the development of behaviors.

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Ecology

What are diet, social environment, and learning?

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Ecology

This is how introduced species can take over the native species.

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Ecology

What is introduced species taking over because they are free from predators, parasites and pathogens?

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Ecology

In autumn seasons, this happens during the seasonal turnover in lakes with winter ice cover.

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Ecology

What is as the surface water cools rapidly, it sinks below the underlying layers, remixing the water until the surface begins to freeze and the winter temperature profile is reestablished?

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Labs

These are two things that affect movement through a semi-permeable membrane

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Labs

What is solute concentration and size of molecule?

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Labs

This type of experiment separates DNA fragments of different sizes.

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Labs

What is gel electrophoresis?

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Labs

In plants, these two elements increase transpiration.

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Labs

What is wind and light?

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Labs

Primary productivity in plants is measured in these three ways.

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Labs

What is the amount of CO2 used, rate of sugar formation, and rate of O2 production?

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Labs

In crossing over, if the gene is farther from the centromere then this occurs.

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Labs

What is a greater number of crossovers?

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Biotech

This type of enzyme and DNA ligase makes recombinant DNA.

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Biotech

What is restriction enzymes?

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Biotech

This is an advantage to using stem cells for gene therapy.

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Biotech

What are stem cells always reproducing themselves?

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Biotech

These are the three steps to mapping the entire genome.

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Biotech

What is genetic mapping, physical mapping, and DNA sequencing?

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Biotech

These are the four levels of chromosome packing.

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Biotech

What are nucleosomes, 30-nm fiber, looped domains, and metaphase chromosomes?

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Biotech

These are three ways that transposable elements can contribute to genome evolution.

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Biotech

What is promote recombination, disrupt cellular genes or control elements, and carry entire genes or individual exons to new locations?

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Things We Didn’t Cover

This is one unique feature that craniates have.

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Things We Didn’t Cover

What is the neural crest?

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Things We Didn’t Cover

This is an antibiotic produced by plants that inhibits their growth.

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Things We Didn’t Cover

What is phytoalexin?

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Things We Didn’t Cover

This is another name for the eardrum.

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Things We Didn’t Cover

What is the tympanic membrane?

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Things We Didn’t Cover

The myriapods have modified appendages including this.

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Things We Didn’t Cover

What are jaw-like mandibles?

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Things We Didn’t Cover

These are two branches of slime mold.

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Things We Didn’t Cover

What is plasmodial slime molds and cellular slime molds?

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Final

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Final Jeopardy!!!

This would be the effect if a dwarf plant was introduced to the plant hormone Gibberelin.

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Final Jeopardy!!!

What is normal growth?

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