Test 1 Vocabulary
A formal process of inquiry consisting of a series of steps
An experiment designed to compare an experimental group with a control group
The factor that is manipulated in the experiment
Exam 2 Notes
In RNA, adenine binds with which nucleotide?
_ are the nitrogenous bases in nucleic acids that contain a double ring structure.
Cytosine binds with which of the following nucleotides in both DNA and RNA?
Exam 3 Notes
Which of the following habitats would contain bacteria?
T/F Most bacteria cause disease.
Endospores protect bacteria from which of the following?
Ch. 25 Quiz
Collecting plant hormones and modifying them to suit our needs
For proper hormone replacement therapy, many synthetic hormones are
a random cell inside the body is sensitive to hormone X. To achieve this,
Exam 2 Summary
What do plants use to convert light to chemical energy?
sugars and organic molecules
What are used/ produced in photosynthesis?
What do we call plants?
Photo - obtain food from light
Final Review Quiz
What is a proposed explanation for a set of observations?
Which element is found at the highest concentration in the human body?
the total sum of all chemical reactions in the body is called the:
Test 1 Notes Continued
What are the general building blocks used to build most macromolecules? When linked together
these building blocks form what?
What are the monomer units called for carbohydrates. What are the polymer units cal
Test 2 Notes Continued
the capacity to perform work, or to move matter in a direction it would not move if left alone.
energy of motion
conservation of energy
the principle that energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
Test 2 Part 2 Notes
The capacity to form work
energy of motion
Conservation of Energy
Machines and organisms can transform kinetic energy to potential energy and vice versa.
In all such energy t
Exam 1 Notes
Properties of living things
Growth and Development
All organsims respond to their environment
All organisms reproduce their own kind
All organisms evolve
Which of the following levels of the biological h