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Cells

Photosynthesis

Cell

Division

Molecular

Genetics

Evolution

& Classification

Animal

Systems

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Cells

What does the nucleolus produce?

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Cells

What are ribosomes

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Cells

The movement of molecules down a concentration gradient from high to low concentration

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Cells

What is passive transport

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Cells

The flow of adjacent fluids in opposite directions that maximizes the rate of simple diffusion

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Cells

What is countercurrent exchange

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Cells

It takes place in the mitochondria and consists of proteins that pump protons across the cristae membrane

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Cells

What is the electron transport chain

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Cells

Permits the passage of materials directly from the cytoplasm of one cell to the cytoplasm of an adjacent cell

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Cells

What are gap junctions

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Photosynthesis

Where do light reactions occur?

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Photosynthesis

What is grana

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Photosynthesis

Where do the light-independent reactions occur?

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Photosynthesis

What are stroma

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Photosynthesis

What are two types of photosystems?

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Photosynthesis

What is PS I and PS II

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Photosynthesis

What is the process that occurs during the Calvin cycle?

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Photosynthesis

What is carbon fixation

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Photosynthesis

When a cell is running low on ATP, what process does the chloroplast carry out to replenish ATP?

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Photosynthesis

What is cyclic photophosphorylation

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Cell Division

The dividing of the cytoplasm is called?

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Cell Division

What is Cytokinesis

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Cell Division

Mitosis results in two cells with a ____ chromosome # and Meiosis results in two cells with a _____ chromosome #

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Cell Division

What is Diploid

What is Haploid

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Cell Division

If a cell has 24 chromosomes at the beginning of meiosis, how many chromosomes will it have at the end of meiosis?

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Cell Division

What is 12 chromosomes

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Cell Division

What produces recombinant chromosomes that combine genes inherited from both parents?

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Cell Division

What is crossover

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Cell Division

In the cell cycle, the G1 checkpoint is know as what?

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Cell Division

What is the restriction point

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Molecular Genetics

DNA is shaped like a?

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Molecular Genetics

What is a double helix

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Molecular Genetics

What are the four nucleotides found in RNA?

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Molecular Genetics

What are adenine, cytosine, guanine, and uracil

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Molecular Genetics

One strand of DNA is formed toward the replication fork. This is called the _____ strand?

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Molecular Genetics

What is leading strand

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Molecular Genetics

What are the three stages of transcription?

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Molecular Genetics

What are initiation, elongation, and termination.

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Molecular Genetics

A misfolded version of a protein normally found in the brain is known as a what?

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Molecular Genetics

What is a prion

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Evolution and Classification

What are the classification groups in order from general to specific?

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Evolution and Classification

What is kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species

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Evolution and Classification

What are the three germ layers?

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Evolution and Classification

What is ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm

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Evolution and Classification

What would you classify an animal with radial symmetry, a polyp and medusa, and two germ layers?

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Evolution and Classification

What is a Cnidarian

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Evolution and Classification

A fire reduces the size of a population unselectively, resulting in a loss of genetic variation. The resulting population is much smaller and not representative of the original one. Certain alleles may be under or overrepresented compared with the original population. This is known as what?

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Classification and Evolution

What is the bottleneck effect

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Evolution and Classification

Two species of one genus of snake can be found in the same geographic area, but one inhabits the water while the other is mainly terrestrial. What type of sympatric speciation is this?

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Animal Systems

What are the millions of fingerlike projections found in the SI called?

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Animal Systems

What are villi

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Animal Systems

The pacemaker of the heart is known as the ______?

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Animal Systems

What is the sinoatrial node

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Animal Systems

Oxygen is carried in the human blood by the respiratory pigment ____?

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Animal Systems

What is hemoglobin

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Animal Systems

The stomach of all animals also contains what to aid in the digestion of the protein in milk?

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Animal Systems

What is rennin

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Animal Systems

The nephron consists of a cluster of capillaries, the ____, which sits inside a cuplike structure called the _____ _____.

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Animal Systems

What is the glomerulus and the Bowman’s capsule

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Double

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Respiration

Plant Systems

Ecology

Labs

Biotechnology

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Respiration

An exergonic reaction ______ energy.

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Respiration

What is releases

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Respiration

Where does the electron transport chain take place?

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Respiration

What is in the cristae membrane of the mitochonria

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Respiration

Where does the Krebs cycle take place?

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Respiration

What is in the matrix

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Respiration

The phosphorylation of ADP into ATP by the oxidation of the carrier molecules NADH and FADH2

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Respiration

What is oxidative phosphorylation

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Respiration

This occurs when a kinase transfers a phosphate from a substrate directly to ADP.

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Respiration

What is substrate level phosphorylation

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Plant Systems

Angiosperms are what kind of plants?

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Plant Systems

What is flowering

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Plant Systems

Cell walls in plants are made of what?

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Plant Systems

What is cellulose

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Plant Systems

What are the two things that vascular tissues consist of?

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Plant Systems

What is xylem and phloem

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Plant Systems

90% of the water a plant loses escapes through what?

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Plant Systems

What is the stomata

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Plant Systems

What plant hormone stimulates cell elongation and growth by softening the cell wall?

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Plant Systems

What is auxin

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Ecology

Temperature, water, sunlight, wind are examples of what kind of factors?

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Ecology

What is abiotic

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Ecology

The pattern of spacing of individuals within the area the population inhabits

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Ecology

What is dispersion

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Ecology

These strategists have many young, little parenting, and a short life-span

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Ecology

What is r-strategists

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Ecology

A relationship where one organism benefits and the other is unaware of the other organism.

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Ecology

What is commensalism

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Ecology

This occurs when organisms at higher trophic levels have greater concentrations of accumulated toxins stored in their bodies than those at lower trophic levels.

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Ecology

What is biological magnification

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Labs

What is the equation for water potential?

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Labs

Pressure potential + solute potential

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Labs

What was used to measure the oxygen consumption of sprouted and unsprouted seeds?

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Labs

What is a spectrometer

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Labs

A technique that separates large molecules of DNA on the basis of their rate of movement through the agarose gel in an electric field

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Labs

What is gel electrophoresis

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Labs

Bacteria uptakes a plasmid by using what?

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Labs

What is heat shock

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Labs

Increasing wind with a fan will ______ transpiration

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Labs

What is increase

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Biotechnology

These help prevent uncontrolled cell growth

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Biotechnology

What are tumor-suppressor genes

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Biotechnology

Collection of identical or similar genes that are cluster/dispersed throughout the genome

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Biotechnology

What is a gene family

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Biotechnology

These have no introns, more mutations, and coupled transcription/translation

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Biotechnology

What is prokaryotic

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Biotechnology

DNA in which nucleotide sequences from two different sources are combined in vitro into the same DNA molecule

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Biotechnology

What is recombinant DNA

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Biotechnology

A DNA molecule that can carry foreign DNA into a cell and replicate there.

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Biotechnology

What is a cloning vector

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Random

Ice _____ because it is less dense than water.

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Random

What is floats

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Random

This allows insects to walk on water without breaking the surface.

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Random

What is surface tension

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Random

These are responsible for growth and repair, defense against invaders, and signaling from one cell to another.

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Random

What are proteins

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Random

These proteins assist in folding other proteins.

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Random

What are chaperone proteins

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Random

The are chemical reactions that build up molecules

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Random

What is anabolism

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Final Jeopardy!!!

What is the bicarbonate ion

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Final Jeopardy!!!

What is the most important buffer in human blood?