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Teas Sceience

where is the breakdown of fats? small intestine
where is the breakdown of carbs? mouth
where is the breakdown of protein stomach
what is a paradigm shift? radical change from previous thinking
adaptation increase of alleles of certain genes from generation to generation that allows a species to survive and reproduce better
natural selection means by which adaptation occurs
sympathetic nervous system activates the body's fight-or-flight response
quantitive data numbers that can be measured
biological classification system starts where at the domain and becomes more specific as it descends to species
water has a high specific head and high heat of vaporization meaning that a great deal of energy is required to cause increases in temperature
hydrocarbons with a double bond CnH2n also known as alkenes
hypothesis, or a claim must be supported by analyzed data
cardiovascular system's role to provide the body's cells with oxygen and nutrients. but not primarily responsible for the transport
after passing through the right ventricle of the heart during a contraction... blood then travels through the tricuspid valve into pulmonary artery
respiratory system responsible for supplying the body with oxygen and removing carbon dioxide
lining of hollow organs of the digestive system... such as esophagus, stomach, and intestines, are comprised of smooth muscle tissue, which creates the peristalsis needed to push undigested food through the body
protons charge of 1+, mass = 2000 more massive than electrons
electrons charge of 1-
spine provide protection for spinal cord
density the higher the density, slower the travel
acids pH values of 1-7( 7 being neutral). so, a substance with a pH of 2 would be a strong acid
immune cells are produced where the body's bone marrow
heart is located where behind the sternum
alveoli structures in the respiratory system in which the exchange of gases occurs
prokaryotic cell lacks what a membrane-bound nucleus
genotype comprised of its various genes, which are made of DNA
heterotrophs mitochondria is the powerhouse of cells.
what does the mitochondria produce for the cells ATP
ER has ribosomes on surface giving it a rough characteristic
genes composed of DNA
protein composed of amino acids
covalent bonds require sharing of electrons
ionic bonds has electrons donated and accepted by atoms to complete the valence structure
germ cells only cell capable of passing along mutations of off spring
DNA codons found in genes encode what amino acids that make proteins
what is the cell response cycle DNA of cells should be fully and correctly duplicated
what is only found in RNA Uracil
what is only found in DNA thymine
what is found in both DNA and RNA guanine and adenine
what does the mass number equal the number of proteins and electrons
heat removal equation H= -ML
where does meosis occur only in germ cells
where does mitosis occur all other cells
what is the number of protons equal to the atomic number
equation for saturated hydrocarbons CnH2n+2
what does scientific research rely on modern methods of data collection, display, and analysis
what does collection involve precise measuring tools
what does display involve 3D modeling with computer software
what does analysis involve high powered math
what is a lysosome used for required for waste processing because it contains the enzyme needed
digestive system contains what all organs from mouth to anus
what do heterotrophs do release CO2
what is CO2 used in heterotrophs used to produce glucose in autotrophs during cellular respiration
oxygen by product of glucose production in autotrophs that is used by heterotrophs for ATP production in cellular respiration
pancreas component of endocrine system
food processing after food passes through the stomach, it goes into the duodenum
Kenetic Energy equation KE= 1/2MV^2= Joules
alleles of genes form from genetic changes (mutations) which can occur in genes. these mutations modify the gene and produce a different allele
spindle fibers grow from the centrosomes during mitosis to aid in chromosome separations
colon area for absorption of water
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