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Bio Tr 1 Exam Part 4

final exam biology Trimester A part 4

TermDefinition
replication DNA is copied
cell cycle events that cells go through from birth to reproduction
produced during transcription mRNA
after replication the two DNA molecules have one new strand and one original strand
the first phase of mitosis prophase
photosynthesis uses sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into: oxygen and sugars
codons are found on: mRNA
anticodons are found on: tRNA
polypeptide chain of amino acids
Interphase phases G1, S, G2
cellular respiration uses oxygen to convert chemical energy into: ATP
aerobic uses oxygen
homologous chromosomes one set of chromosomes from the male parent, one set from the female parent
asexual reproduction simple cell division
sexual reproduction two parents contribute genetic material
egg and sperm cells haploid
body cells diploid
fertilization union of egg and sperm
type of prokaryotic cell bacteria
polymers long chains of monomers
Created by: Freshmensphs