101 Study Packet

101 Study Packet - 101 Study Packet 1 Cells contain smaller...

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101 Study Packet 1. Cells contain smaller structures called _______ that carry out their metabolic functions. 2. Many physiological processes are controlled by self-correcting ________ loops. 3. All animals in the subphylum ________, including humans, have a jointed spinal column and a cranium. 4. Organisms whose cells have true nuclei, including humans, are called _________. 5. ________ is the body’s tendency to maintain stable internal conditions. 6. All chemical change in the body is collectively called __________. 7. The study of structures that can be observed without magnification is called _________________. 8. In a dynamic physiological equilibrium, conditions fluctuate slightly around an average value called the _________. 9. __________ is a process in which a physiological change triggers further change in the same direction. 10. ______________ is a force of nature that affects the evolution of the structural and functional characteristics of a species. 11. A(n) __________ is composed of two or more tissues, working to perform a specific function. 12. A statement or set of statements that summarize our present understanding of a phenomenon is a _______________. 13. A(n) ___________ is any structure specialized to detect a stimulus. 14. ___________ is the grade of structure between cells and organs. 15. A verbal or mathematical statement that describes a predictable natural phenomenon is called a _____________. 16. The _____________ is a characteristic of most primates not seen in other mammals. 17. A __________ is any chemical composed of two or more atoms bonded together, whether the atoms are of the same or different elements. 18. The amount of energy in a chemical that can do useful work is called its ____________. 19. The process of receiving or giving up electrons and acquiring a charge is called ___________. 20. Any chemical that speeds up a reaction but is not consumed by it is called a/an ___________.
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21. Protective compounds such as selenium and a-tocopherol that neutralize free radicals are called ______________. 22. Whenever two or more substances are physically combined but do not chemically react with each other, they form a ___________. 23. Compounds that ionize in water and produce a solution that will conduct electricity are called _____________. 24. Two molecules that have the same atoms arranged in different ways are called __________ of each other. 25. The second law of thermodynamics says that some energy goes to waste in every chemical reaction, because it escapes in the form of _________. 26. A positively charged ion is called a(n) _____________. 27. A(n) _________ is a highly reactive, uncharged particle with an unpaired valence electron.
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