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ACF Biology

Biology

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foundin1972byKerr,Wylie&Currie.p53 start this process.diff from necrosis.is form of programmed cell death apoptosis
Alzheimer's Disease
antibody
antidiuretic hormone
appendix
ATP (or adenosine triphosphate)
auxins
red blood cells
Rotifera
thymus
thyroid gland
transcription
transfer RNA
transposons
trilobites
Tryptophan
uracil
Urea cycle
uterus
vagus nerve
xylem
Y chromosome
abscisic acid
acetylcholine
actin
adenine
adrenal glands
amino acids
anaphase
angiogenesis
Archaea or Archaebacteria
Barr body
bile (accept early response of gall)
Bryophyta (accept bryophytes)
Caenorhabditis elegans
Calvin cycle
carbonic anhydrase
Carrying Capacity
cartilage
CAT or CT scanning
centromere
cerebellum
chitin
chlorophyll
cholera
cholesterol
Cnidaria
cochlea
collagen
cornea
corpus callosum
cortisol
Crassulacean acid metabolism
Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
cyanobacteria
cyclic AMP or cAMP or cyclic 3'-5' adenosine monophosphate
Cystic Fibrosis
cytokinesis
cytokinins
diaphragm
DNA polymerase
dopamine
Echinodermata or Echinoderms
electron transport chain
electrophoresis
emphysema
epidermis
Epstein-Barr virus
Escherichia coli
femur
flagellum [or flagella]
fluid mosaic model
Fragile X Syndrome
G proteins
gamma-amino butyric acid
gastrula
gibberellins
glial cells (or neuroglia)
glucagon
glucose
glycine
glycolysis or Embden-Meyerhof pathway
Golgi apparatus
Gram stain
green fluorescent protein
helicase
hemoglobin
Herpesviridae [or Herpes viruses]
histidine
histones
HIV [or human immunodeficiency virus]
Huntington's Disease
hyphae
hypothalamus
imprinting
influenza viruses
insulin
intercalating agents
interferons
introns
Kaposi's sarcoma
Klinefelter's Syndrome
Krebs cycle
lactic acid
Lambda phage
lichen
Liver
Lyme disease
lysosome
Malaria
Marcello Malphigi
Marfan syndrome
medulla oblongata
meninges
metastasis
Michaelis-Menten
microtubules
mimicry
mitochondria
mollusca [or molluscs]
niacin
nucleolus
oncogenes
operon
p53
pancreas
Parkinson's disease
Penicillin
peptidoglycan (accept early murein)
peroxisome
Phenylketonuria
phloem
pineal gland
plasmids
Plasmodium
polio [or poliovirus; or poliomyelitis]
Polymerase Chain Reaction or PCR
polyploidy
pons Varolii
Porifera (prompt on early "sponges")
Porphyrins
prions
proline
prophase
prostate gland
psoriasis
restriction enzyme;
retina
reverse transcriptase or RNA-dependent DNA polymerase
Rh factor
ribosomes
RNA interference
Salmonella
Sickle Cell Disease or Anemia
sodium-potassium pump
somatostatin
sonic hedgehog homolog
spinnerets
spleen
stem cells
systemic lupus erythematosus [or SLE]
Tay-Sachs disease
telomeres
thalidomide
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