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provides support and protection in a plant cell
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provides support and protection in a plant cell
cell wall
location of protein synthesis
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location of protein synthesis
ribosomes
photosynthesis in plants and algae occurs here
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photosynthesis in plants and algae occurs here
chloroplast
chromosomes and DNA are located here
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chromosomes and DNA are located here
nucleus
cellular respiration is performed here and makes what
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cellular respiration is performed here and makes what
mitochondria, ATP
Absorption and circulation
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Absorption and circulation
Transport
ATP is made using oxygen and by breaking down glucose
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ATP is made using oxygen and by breaking down glucose
Aerobic respiration
metabolic wastes: Urine, urea, carbon dioxide
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metabolic wastes: Urine, urea, carbon dioxide
Excretion
Uses simple materials to make complex compounds
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Uses simple materials to make complex compounds
Synthesis
helps to maintain a stable internal environment
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helps to maintain a stable internal environment
regulation
The process of separating DNA fragments
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The process of separating DNA fragments
gel electrophoresis
Different finches had different beaks. The types of beaks made a difference in their ability to get food. These traits are....
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Different finches had different beaks. The types of beaks made a difference in their ability to get food. These traits are....
adaptations
The water moved out of the cell (The salt didn't move!!! )
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The water moved out of the cell (The salt didn't move!!! )
osmosis
Pigments were separated into individual colors....
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Pigments were separated into individual colors....
chromatography
Cut DNA into fragments
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Cut DNA into fragments
restriction enzymes
The 'normal group', not given the experimental variable
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The 'normal group', not given the experimental variable
control group
Data results should be.....
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Data results should be.....
measured
Variable being tested (ex. rest or exercise first in clothespin lab)
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Variable being tested (ex. rest or exercise first in clothespin lab)
independent variable
Control variables in the clothespin lab...
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Control variables in the clothespin lab...
type of clothespin, time for squeezing, males vs. females, same time of day, same location
Variable being measured, the results of the experiment (ex. number of clothespin squeezes in a minute)
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Variable being measured, the results of the experiment (ex. number of clothespin squeezes in a minute)
dependent variable
a characteristic of the cell membrane that allows some materials in while preventing some materials from leaving
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a characteristic of the cell membrane that allows some materials in while preventing some materials from leaving
selectively pemeable
Diffusion occurs here when a pregnant mom delivers oxygen and nutrients to the fetus
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Diffusion occurs here when a pregnant mom delivers oxygen and nutrients to the fetus
placenta
An enzyme only works with one substrate because of its
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An enzyme only works with one substrate because of its
shape
Found on the cell membrane, these receive messages from other cells
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Found on the cell membrane, these receive messages from other cells
receptor molecules
When an individual is in a state of internal stability
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When an individual is in a state of internal stability
homeostasis
The process used by organisms to respond to changes in their internal and external enviornment....turn on....turn off
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The process used by organisms to respond to changes in their internal and external enviornment....turn on....turn off
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