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Carolina V, A4, Bio

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Lytic cycle -virus attaches to cell, -virus injects chromosome-like part into cell, -changes host's hereditary material, host produces more of the virus than doing its normal functions, -cells break open + releases new viruses to invade more cells, -cell is destroyed
Lysogenic cycle -does not happen with every virus, -virus lies dormant until conditions are right, -virus attaches to host cell's chromosomes, -environmental stimulus sends viral DNA into lytic cycle
pathogens organisms that cause a disease
fibrous immovable; connect bones
cartilaginous slightly movable; bones are attached by cartilage
synovial freely movable; much more movement than cartilaginous joints
septum muscular central wall dividing the heart into two halves
atria upper heart chambers which holds blood and pumps it to the ventricles or lungs
ventricles lower chambers which receive blood from the atria and pump it to the body or atria
valves prevent the backward flow of blood in the heart
bile produced by the liver and stored in the gall bladder breaks down fats
hilum the place where the seed was attached
vascular tissue transportation system in plants found in roots, stems, and leaves
xylem transports water and dissolved substances from the roots throughout the plant
phloem moves food made by the plant from where it is made to where it is used or stored
cambium makes new xylem and phloem cells
node areas where side branches and leaves develop
tubers underground food storage
bulbs also underground food storage
runners side shoots which grow out from the parent plant
leaves produce food for the plant that is either used right away or stored for later use
receptacle base of the flower where all the other sexual parts of the flower join together at the stalk
pollination the transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma of a flower of the same species
self-pollination pollination in the same plant
cross-pollination pollination between different flowers
fruit ripened ovary
Created by: Carolina Valdez