What are enzymes?
What are lipids and proteins?
What are haploid cells/germ cells/sex cells/gametes?
What are ribosomes?
What is the control group?
What is a mutation?
What is translation?
What are eukaryotes?
What is the difference between a theory and a hypothesis?
What are nucleic acids?
What is the chloroplast?
What is the Kreb's (citric acid) cycle?
What is active transport?
What is a hypothesis?
What is transcription?
What is Ty and ty?
What is osmosis?
What is the Golgi body (complex)?
What is a variable?
What are plant cells?
What are the light-dependent reactions?
What are sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water?
What is the mitochondria?
What are glucose, water, and oxygen?
What is 'avoidable error'?
These organelles are responsible for protein synthesis. They may be free-floating in the cytoplasm or attached to the rough endoplasmic reticulum.
This is the single factor that is changed in the experiment.
A type of transport where sodium ions are pumped across a membrane from low concentration to high conentration.
The monomer of this macromolecule is nucleotides.
These are the reactants of photosynthesis.
This is the group that allows scientists to make comparisons.
These are the different possible genetic combinations possible in a sex cell (pollen) of a corn plant with the genotype, Ttyy.
A random change in the genetic code.
An example is when a scientist accidentally gives one group of mice the wrong food.
This is the first stage of photosynthesis.
An example is: a scientist suggests that the amount of sunlight a plant receives could accelerate its growth.
These cells have a cell wall, chloroplasts, and large vacuoles for storing water.
This is the 2nd stage of protein synthesis. It occurs on ribosomes either in the cytoplasm or the rough ER.
There are 4 of these types of cells produced by meiosis.
These cells are large, complex, and have specialized organelles.
One explains a wide range of observations while the other is an educated guess that is testable.
This organelle is responsible for sorting and shipping the proteins out of the cell.
This is the site of photosynthesis.
This is the first step of protein synthesis. It occurs in the nucleus.
This is the 2nd stage of cellular respiration, provided that oxygen is available.
These are the reactants of cell respiration.
These types of proteins depend on their structure to function properly. They each bind to a specific substrate.
This is what the fluid mosaic model of membranes are made of.
The movement of water from high concentration to low concentration.
This organelle is the site of cellular respiration and, therefore, ATP production.