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Bio Tr 1 Exam Part 2

final exam biology Trimester A part 2

TermDefinition
biology study of life
RNA sugar ribose
duplication a change that occurs when part of a chromosome is repeated
function of the plasma membrane regulation of materials entering an leaving the cell
released during cellular respiration energy
hypothesis may be disproved by a single experiment
64 different codons specify: 20 amino acids
region connecting sister chromatids centromere
cells that contain a nucleus eukaryotes
experiments must have: the ability to reproduce results
A theory may be modified or discarded
When the concentration of molecules on both sides of a membrane are the same: molecules still move back and forth in both directions
If carbon dioxide is removed from a plant's environment, what will happen to the plant's production of sugars? fewer sugars will be produced
Types of RNA involved in protein synthesis mRNA, rRNA and tRNA
An organelle that is in plant cells but not animal cells chloroplasts
Meiosis results in: four genetically different cells
Mitosis results in: two genetically identical cells
Meiosis produces cells that are: haploid
Mitosis produces cells that are: diploid
Human Genome Project sequence of human genome
Created by: Freshmensphs
 

 



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