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Biology Regents

Active transport Materials are absorbed or released from LOW to HIGH concentration
Alcoholic fermentation Anaerobic respiration in which glucose is converted to alcohol and co2
Alveolus An air sac within the lung that functions to absorb gases and pass them onto the bloodstream
Atrium Part of the heart that receives blood
Blastula Stage of embryonic development in which the embryo’s cells are not yet specialized
Capillary A small blood vessel that connects an artery to a vein and through which all absorption into blood occurs
Cerebrum The portion of the brain responsible for thought
Cerebellum Part of the brain responsible for the coordination of muscular activity
Cleavage A series of wrapping mitotic divisions That increase cell number in a developing embryo
Gastrula Stage of embryonic development in which the tissues begin to form
Guard cell A pair of self that’s around the leaf’s storage and regulate its size
Inorganic compound Chemical that lacks the element carbon or hydrogen
Lactic acidosis fermentation A type of anaerobic respiration in which glucose is converted to 2 lactic acid molecules
Large intestine A portion of the digestive tract in which feces is formed
Ventricle A muscular chamber of the heart that pumps blood out to the lungs + body
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