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Crookse 7S3

Seventh Grade Science Set 3

A process done by living things to convert glucose (sugar) to energy, usually using oxygen and glucose to produce ATP, carbon dioxide, and water. Cellular Respiration
Water molecules passing through membranes naturally to the side with the highest concentration of dissolved materials. Osmosis
Movement of a substance across a cell membrane, which doesn’t require energy. Passive Transport
Movement of a substance across a cell membrane, which requires energy. Active Transport
A type of cell that has the potential to create other specialized cell types (like nerve cells, blood cells, muscle cells, bone cells, etc.). Stem Cell
The study of living organisms. Biology
The passing of traits or characteristics from parent to offspring. Heredity
A portion of DNA that provides the code for a type of protein. These proteins can affect how an organism looks or behaves. Gene
A tightly packed strand of DNA. These form when a cell is going to divide. Chromosome
When a cell divides into two cells (daughter cell) and each new cell has the same copies of DNA in the nucleus as the original cell (parent cell). Mitosis
Created by: crookse