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2nd 9 week exam

Study guide for the 2nd 9 week exam

Which mineral is stored in bone and helps to make bones stronger? Calcium
What is the function of ribosomes? make proteins
Which type of joint is the knee and elbow? Hinge Joint
What are the required "ingredients" for photosynthesis? sunlight, carbon dioxide and water
What are the ends of bones covered with ? Cartilage
Which type of muscle tends to contract quickly and tire more easily? Skeletal Muscle
Where is cardiac muscle found? The heart
Define Homeostasis The maintenance of a constant internal conditions despite changes outside of the organism.
Photosynthesis occurs where? In the chloroplasts of plant cells
Cellular respiration occurs where? In the mitochondria of plant and animal cells
Photosynthesis produces: Sugar, and Oxygen
Cellular Respiration produces: ATP, Carbon Dioxide and Water
The ____ is the smallest unit found in organisms that carries on all life functions. Cell
The experimental technique that involves keeping all variables the same except the one that is being tested is: Controlling the experiment
During an experiment it is a good practice to have more than one test subject for your investigation; this is an example of: having a large sample size
Repeating an experiment over again to see if you get the same results is another good practice during a scientific investigation; this is an example of: Performing multiple trials
Allowing other people to read and review all of the data from your experiment is an example of: Peer review
The skeletal and Muscular systems work together to allow your body to: Support the body, allow for movement and protecting the bodies internal organs.
Cells divide for what reasons? Growth, development, repair, & reproduction
How are plant and animal cells similar? Plant and animal cells both have a nucleus, and organelles such as ribosomes, mitochondria, Golgi body, endoplasmic reticulum and lysosomes.
How are plant and animal cells different? Only plant cells have cell walls, chloroplasts and a large central vacuole.
Created by: amy.jensen