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9 Weeks exam Science

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Dominant alleles that cover up other alleles
Recessive alleles that can disappear
Homozygous purebred
Heterozygous hybrid
meiosis four different cells
mitosis two identical cells
Diploid double the amount of chromosomes in that cell than the father cell.
Haploid half the amount of chromosomes in that cell than the father cell.
stages of a cell Interphase - Prophase - Metaphase - Anaphase - Telophase - Cytokinesis
Convection Current the cycle of heating, rising, cooling, and sinking
Two types of air masses Continental= Tropical and Polar /Maritime= Tropical and Polar
Trade Winds between the equator and 30 degrees latitude
Prevailing Westerlies between 30 degrees and 60 degrees latitude
Polar Easterlies between 60 degrees and the poles latitude
Effect of surface current on climate A surface current warms or cools the air above it, influencing the climate of the land near the coast.
Created by: Urbano.Mendez