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What will happen if a cell cannot maintain homeostasis?
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What will happen if a cell cannot maintain homeostasis?
Many chemical reactions in the cell will slow down or even stop.
How does hibernation help homeostasis?
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How does hibernation help homeostasis?
All body processes slow down in order to help the animal survive through cold temperatures.
What types of organisms have membrane bound organelles?
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What types of organisms have membrane bound organelles?
Eukaryotic, Animals, Plants...
What parts do plants need to make food?
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What parts do plants need to make food?
Chloroplast
What parts do plant cells have that animal cells do not?
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What parts do plant cells have that animal cells do not?
Cell Wall, Chloroplast, 1 large central vacuole
What are the organs of the digestive system?
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What are the organs of the digestive system?
Mouth, tongue, esophagus, liver, gallbladder, stomach, pancreas, colon, small and large intestine
The brain is a ...
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The brain is a ...
organ
What are the levels of organization in our bodies?
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What are the levels of organization in our bodies?
cells-tissues-organs-organ system-organism
All cells have....
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All cells have....
DNA, Cell Membrane
What are the 4 organic compounds we learned? (know their basic structure for the test)
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What are the 4 organic compounds we learned? (know their basic structure for the test)
lipid, protein, nucleic acid, carbohydrate
Where does the process of releasing energy from food molecules occur in prokaryotic cells?
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Where does the process of releasing energy from food molecules occur in prokaryotic cells?
cytoplasm
What is the role of chlorophyll in the process of photosynthesis?
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What is the role of chlorophyll in the process of photosynthesis?
Chlorophyll absorbs sunlight
What are examples of producers?
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What are examples of producers?
trees, flowers, grass, bushes, plants
What happens to glucose inside a cell during cellular respiration?
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What happens to glucose inside a cell during cellular respiration?
The cell uses oxygen to break down glucose
What products of photosynthesis are starting materials for cellular respiration?
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What products of photosynthesis are starting materials for cellular respiration?
glucose and oxygen
What function is carried out by saliva?
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What function is carried out by saliva?
It chemically digests the food.
Each organ of the digestive system plays an important role in food digestion. What would most likely result if a person’s liver does not produce enough bile?
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Each organ of the digestive system plays an important role in food digestion. What would most likely result if a person’s liver does not produce enough bile?
The fat in the food a person eats will not be broken down and absorbed as it should.
In which structures are oxygen and carbon dioxide exchanged?
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In which structures are oxygen and carbon dioxide exchanged?
Bronchia
How does the folded shape of the villi make them more effective?
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How does the folded shape of the villi make them more effective?
It increases the area across which nutrients can pass into blood.
If a disease damaged the valves in a person’s veins, blood would not flow properly toward which structure?
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If a disease damaged the valves in a person’s veins, blood would not flow properly toward which structure?
heart
Which of the following functions does the integumentary system share with a cell membrane?
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Which of the following functions does the integumentary system share with a cell membrane?
protection from the environment
Which term refers to a disease in which the immune system attacks the body’s own cells?
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Which term refers to a disease in which the immune system attacks the body’s own cells?
autoimmune disease
How do T cells and B cells help build the body’s immunity to disease?
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How do T cells and B cells help build the body’s immunity to disease?
When a body is exposed to a certain pathogen, T cells and B cells remember that pathogen and produce antibodies to fight that pathogen.
Karla’s heart rate increases when she sees an alligator. Her endocrine system causes her heart rate to increase. How does the endocrine system send the message to increase the heart rate?
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Karla’s heart rate increases when she sees an alligator. Her endocrine system causes her heart rate to increase. How does the endocrine system send the message to increase the heart rate?
It sends hormones through her bloodstream to her heart.
Anaerobic exercise is an intense activity that lasts a short period of time. This kind of exercise increases muscle power. Aerobic exercise is a moderate activity that lasts a longer period of time. This kind of exercise strengthens the heart. Which of the following is another difference between anaerobic and aerobic exercise?
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Anaerobic exercise is an intense activity that lasts a short period of time. This kind of exercise increases muscle power. Aerobic exercise is a moderate activity that lasts a longer period of time. This kind of exercise strengthens the heart. Which of the following is another difference between anaerobic and aerobic exercise?
In anaerobic exercise, muscles do not use oxygen; in aerobic exercise, muscles use oxygen.
Which part of the body has the same type of joint as the elbow?
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Which part of the body has the same type of joint as the elbow?
the knee; both are hinge joints




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