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enlarged vessel
Storage of food
coordinates sensory information
urinary system
eliminates nitrogenous wastes
regulates water electrolytes  and acid base balance of the blood
kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, AND URETHRA
elevates and retracts mandible
Another name for cyanobacteria?
blue0green algae
fleshy fruit with many seeds
teres minor
extends and adducts arm
[shoot system, leaf]
bundles of vascular tissue distributed throughout the mesophyll. Compactly arranged cells form a bundle sheath around the xylem and phloem and prevent their exposure to air in the intercellular spaces.
During what..... does a complimentary RNA is made from a DNA template
Domain Eukarya
kingdom Protista, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia
inland silverside
menidia beryllina,these fish have large eyes and upturned mouths and a flat head
he outermost layer of connective tissue surrounding a peripheral nerve. It includes the blood vessels supplying the nerve.
Sporangium, sporangia
A single-celled or many-celled structure in which spores are produced
part of a compound light microscope that supports upper parts and provides a carrying handle
type of membrane that allows some molecules to pass through while not allowing other molecules to pass through (based on size and/or chemical properties)
transition state
substrate becomes more reactive and the metabolic reaction accelerates
What characteristics do all amoebazoans have in common?
Broad lobe-shaped psuedopodia
Phylum Annelida Class Hirunidae Leech
(additional diagram available on page 174)
Is the "Plant" in the division hepatophyte a sporophyte or gametophyte
Muscle that reverses, or opposes, the action of another muscle.
changes in plant morphology due to light changes
stage clips
parts of a compound light microscope that hold slides in place on the stage.
Kingdom Protista is made up of_____
Single celled organisms
Lack both tissues and organs
Tubes that are about 1-2 mm in diameter
accessory pigments
also absorb light and transfer energy to chlorophyll a; such as carotenes and xanthophylls
Incomplete dominance
occurs when a heterozygote shows an INTERMEDIATE phenotype between what would be seen in a homozygous dominant individual and a homozygous recessive individual.
Epithelial tissue
lines cavities, covers organs, and is found in the glands & skin
external oblique
compresses the abdomen, and flexes the vertabral column
Central deafness
The loss or impairment of hearing caused by disease or a defect in the auditory system of the brain.
group of genes that are transcribed at the same time
What is a trypanosoma?
A parasitic zooflagellate that belongs to the Sarcomastigophora phylum. Causes sleeping sickness.
diameter of the field of view of the high-power objective
what is a Plasmid?
small curricular piece of extra DNA
when iodine was added to a starch, what color indicated the presence of a starch?
dark purple
What are the 4 features found in all Phylum Chordata?
cross pollination
the transfer of pollen grains from an anther to a stigma of a pistil on different flowers
What is Microscopy?
is  a technique by which we can see/view objects that are otherwise invisible to the human eye
gross or macroscopic anatomy
study of large body structures visible to the naked eye, such as the heart lungs and kidneys
Who are the descendants of Protista? Who are the ancestors of Protista?
   Multi-cellular groups (Plantae, Animalia, Fungi).  Moneran ancestors.
What media is used for Catalase production?
Nutrient Agar with H2O2
What does bacteria have that archaea bacteria lack?
Peptidoglycan in their cell walls.
Both coding and non-coding sequences in their genome.
Archaea bacteria lack non-coding sequences in their genome
What type of fungi usually make up lichens?
ascomycota and sometimes basidiomycota
right and left deep femoral
branch off of the external iliac, runs medially just after the pelvis
What is the structure of the gametophyte prothallus after the sporophyte begins to grow?
A leaf, foot, roots and prothallus
Are compound lens adjusted for chromatic aberration?
Yes it is corrected to reduce color fringing.
Before you conduct a test you have decide the level of risk that you are willing to accept, Rejecting H0 when its is true is called ----- - -----, and is represented by --. A Type II error is when one fails to reject the Ho when it is actually false this
Type I, represented by the Greek letter alpha. Type II is represented by the Greek letter Beta.
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