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human tailbone, appendix, whale's lower limb
spindles
exons
4 haploid cells
heterozygous
hair, 2 sets of teeth, endothermic, nurse their young
domain
fossils, anatomy (vestigial and homologous structures), biological molecules (DNA and proteins)
2 daughter cells identical to the parent cell
sugar (deoxyribose), nitrogen base, phosphate group
insulation, sensory, defense (camolflauge)
Adenine - Thymine, Cytosine - Guanine
replication fork
law of segregation
natural selection
crossing over
codominance
species
heredity
taxonomy
ribose instead of deoxyribose, single strand instead of double strand, uracil instead of thymine
yes, if the parents are heterozygous
checkpoints
they are very similar early on
adaptation
what is the function of hair
it states that the alleles of a gene separate from each other during meiosis
what is the result of mitosis and cytokinesis
Give an example of a vestigial structure
What are the 3 parts of a DNA nucleotide
when two dominant alleles are expressed at the same time
What have scientists noticed about all vertebrate embryos
this is the science of naming and classifying organisms
what is the product of meiosis
this is the process by which organisms well suited to the environment survive and produce more offspring than those less suited
this moves chromosomes during cell division
the cell cycle is monitored as each cell passes through what
when an individual possess one dominant and one recessive allele
this is the exchange of corresponding portions of chromatids between homologous chromosomes
this is the area where the double helix separates during replication
the passing of traits from parents to offspring
this is the largest taxonomic group
can a child have a trait if neither parent shows the trait
what are the characteristics of mammals
this is the smallest taxonomic group
this is the process by which a species becomes better suited to its environment
these are the 3 main pieces of evidence for evolution
what are the coding regions called
what are the 3 ways RNA is different from DNA
What are the base pairing rules

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this moves chromosomes during cell divisionspindles
what is the result of mitosis and cytokinesis2 daughter cells identical to the parent cell
the cell cycle is monitored as each cell passes through whatcheckpoints
what is the product of meiosis4 haploid cells
this is the exchange of corresponding portions of chromatids between homologous chromosomescrossing over
when an individual possess one dominant and one recessive alleleheterozygous
when two dominant alleles are expressed at the same timecodominance
it states that the alleles of a gene separate from each other during meiosislaw of segregation
the passing of traits from parents to offspringheredity
can a child have a trait if neither parent shows the traityes, if the parents are heterozygous
What are the base pairing rulesAdenine - Thymine, Cytosine - Guanine
What are the 3 parts of a DNA nucleotidesugar (deoxyribose), nitrogen base, phosphate group
this is the area where the double helix separates during replicationreplication fork
what are the 3 ways RNA is different from DNAribose instead of deoxyribose, single strand instead of double strand, uracil instead of thymine
what are the coding regions calledexons
What have scientists noticed about all vertebrate embryosthey are very similar early on
Give an example of a vestigial structurehuman tailbone, appendix, whale's lower limb
this is the process by which a species becomes better suited to its environmentadaptation
this is the process by which organisms well suited to the environment survive and produce more offspring than those less suitednatural selection
these are the 3 main pieces of evidence for evolutionfossils, anatomy (vestigial and homologous structures), biological molecules (DNA and proteins)
this is the smallest taxonomic groupspecies
this is the largest taxonomic groupdomain
this is the science of naming and classifying organismstaxonomy
what are the characteristics of mammalshair, 2 sets of teeth, endothermic, nurse their young
what is the function of hairinsulation, sensory, defense (camolflauge)