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Unformatted text preview: cueFlash Search Decks Create Deck Join Login cueFlash >Decks >Sat Biology >Glossary Start Studying Deck Add Cards Glossary of sat biology Created by wildwarrior EditDelete active transport the movement of materials from low to high concentration adainst the gradient Edit Card Card Front active transport Card Back materials from low to high concentration adainst the gradient Save the movement of EditDelete amine group the NH2 group Edit Card Card Front Card Back Save amine group the NH2 group EditDelete amino acids monomers of proteins 20 different amino acids Edit Card Card Front Card Back Save amino acids monomers of proteins 20 different amino acids EditDelete atoms the fundamental units of the physical world Edit Card Card Front atoms Card Back the physical world Save the fundamental units of EditDelete base pairing sometimes the bonding of a nucleotide base with its partner Edit Card Card Front base pairing Card Back of a nucleotide base with its partner Save sometimes the bonding EditDelete bulk transport movement of massive objects across a cell membrane Edit Card Card Front bulk transport Card Back objects across a cell membrane Save movement of massive EditDelete carboxl group the COOH group Edit Card Card Front Card Back Save carboxl group the COOH group EditDelete cellulose a structural polysacchride that forms the plant's cell walls Edit Card Card Front cellulose Card Back polysacchride that forms the plant's cell walls Save a structural EditDelete compound moleculle that contains different types of atoms Edit Card Card Front compound Card Back different types of atoms Save moleculle that contains EditDelete dehydration synthesis the taking away of water to form bonds such as peptide bonds Edit Card Card Front dehydration synthesis Card Back to form bonds such as peptide bonds the taking away of water Save EditDelete diasaccride two linked monosaccharides Edit Card Card Front diasaccride Card Back monosaccharides Save two linked EditDelete diffusion the movement of a substance from an area of high to low concentration Edit Card Card Front diffusion Card Back substance from an area of high to low concentration Save the movement of a EditDelete element a molecule that contains only a single type of atom Edit Card Card Front element Card Back only a single type of atom Save a molecule that contains EditDelete facilitated diffusion similar to diffusion, except that the molecules that cross are not hydrophobic Edit Card Card Front facilitated diffusion Card Back except that the molecules that cross are not hydrophobic Save similar to diffusion, EditDelete fermentation regenerating empty electron carriers in the absence of oxygen Edit Card Card Front fermentation Card Back electron carriers in the absence of oxygen Save regenerating empty EditDelete final electron acceptor oxygen in the electron transport Edit Card Card Front final electron acceptor Card Back transport Save oxygen in the electron EditDelete glycogen the form in which animals store glucose Edit Card Card Front glycogen Card Back animals store glucose Save the form in which EditDelete hydrolysis peptide bonds are broken when a water molecule is added Edit Card Card Front hydrolysis Card Back broken when a water molecule is added Save peptide bonds are EditDelete inorganic molecules that do not contain carbon Edit Card Card Front inorganic Card Back contain carbon Save molecules that do not EditDelete lipid bilayers the double layer of phospholipids Edit Card Card Front lipid bilayers Card Back phospholipids Save the double layer of EditDelete molecule a combination of atoms. molecules can also react with other molecules to form lager ones Edit Card Card Front Card Back Save molecule a combination of atoms. molecules can also react with other molecules to form lager ones EditDelete monomers individual units of polymers Edit Card Card Front monomers Card Back polymers Save individual units of EditDelete monosaccride groups of carbohydrates that are made of only a single saccride glucose fructose Edit Card Card Front monosaccride Card Back that are made of only a single saccride glucose fructose Save groups of carbohydrates EditDelete nonpolar another term for hydrophobic Edit Card Card Front nonpolar Card Back hydrophobic Save another term for EditDelete nucleotide the monomer of a nucleic acid Edit Card Card Front nucleotide Card Back nucleic acid the monomer of a Save EditDelete one-gene-one protein theory one gene codes for one protien Edit Card Card Front theory one-gene-one protein Card Back protien Save one gene codes for one EditDelete organic molecules and compounds that contain carbon Edit Card Card Front organic Card Back compounds that contain carbon Save molecules and EditDelete osmosis movement of water across a cell membrane Edit Card Card Front osmosis Card Back across a cell membrane Save movement of water EditDelete peptide bod bond between the amino acids water is removed Edit Card Card Front peptide bod Card Back acids Save bond between the amino water is removed EditDelete phospholipids the primary lipids found in cell membranes Edit Card Card Front phospholipids Card Back in cell membranes Save the primary lipids found EditDelete polymers strings of repeated units such as proteins carbohydrates lipids nucleic acids Edit Card Card Front polymers Card Back such as Save strings of repeated units proteins carbohydrates lipids EditDelete polypeptidenucleic acids amino acids in a chain are held together by peptide bonds, they can be referred to as polypeptides Edit Card Card Front polypeptide Card Back are held together by Save amino acids in a chain peptide bonds, they can be referred to as polypeptides EditDelete polysaccrides more than two monosacchrides linked together Edit Card Card Front polysaccrides Card Back monosacchrides linked together Save more than two EditDelete product (the result of the interactions)are found on the right side of the arrow Edit Card Card Front product Card Back interactions)are found on Save (the result of the the right side of the arrow EditDelete pyruvate half of a glucose molecule Edit Card Card Front pyruvate Card Back molecule Save half of a glucose EditDelete pyruvate dehydrogenase complex a group of enzymes that prepares pyruvate to enter the third stage of cellular respiration Edit Card Card Front complex pyruvate dehydrogenase Card Back prepares pyruvate to enter the third stage of cellular respiration Save a group of enzymes that EditDelete reactants are found in the left side of the arrow the molecules or atoms that are interacting Edit Card Card Front reactants Card Back of the arrow Save are found in the left side the molecules or atoms that are interacting EditDelete saccride monomer of a carbohydrate Edit Card Card Front saccride Card Back carbohydrate Save monomer of a EditDelete selective permiability the cell membrane lets sdome things pass and restricts the passage of others Edit Card Card Front selective permiability Card Back sdome things pass and Save the cell membrane lets restricts the passage of others EditDelete starch the form in which plants store glucose Edit Card Card Front starch Card Back store glucose the form in which plants Save EditDelete template ex each DNA strand acts as a template for the formation of a new complementary strand Edit Card Card Front Card Back Save template ex each DNA strand acts as a template for the formation of a new complementary strand Home | Contact Us/Feedback | Blog | Discuss | Help ...
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