Biology 12 Sol Song, Chelsea Ryu Oct.20/ 2009
Introduction: All living organisms require enzymes for efficient and fast metabolic reactions. An enzyme is found to be water-soluble protein, with the exception of hydrophobic lipoprotein in mitochond
14. Mutation.(back) A rare change in the DNA of genes that ultimately creates genetic diversity (Campbell, 1996).
2. Random mating.
Gene flow.(back) Movement of genes from one population to another via sexual reproduction between members of the population
Characteristics of Characteristics Living Things Living
Characteristics of Living Characteristics Things Things
Chapter 17 The Nervous System
2 Major Categories of Nervous System 1. Central Nervous System
The brain and spinal cord At midline of body
1. Peripheral Nervous System
Nerves carrying messages from CNS to muscles and glands Sensory nerves
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen and Nitrogen (Sulfur) 50% of the Dry Weight of Living Organisms Function:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Structure Transport Regulatory Catalysis Locomotion Hair, Fingernails, Cell Walls Hemoglobin Protein Hor
Reproductive System This is the only system that . . . .
need not function to live a full, impacting life.
Male Reproductive System Testes and Sperm Hormonal Regulation Female Reproductive System Genital Tract Hormonal Levels Uterine Cycle Ferti
Advantage of Being Flat
Surface area to volume ratio is important for organisms.
many substances enter and leave through body surface. Faster absorption and release of wastes
Volume = 3 x 3 x 3 = 27mm
An overview of hormonal control and revision of reproductive hormones
Endocrine glands Release hormones directly into the bloodstream They lack ducts so are often called ductless glands. Many endocrine glands have oth
All Barbellus creatures evolved from a primordius. Probably, divergent evolutinon led a primordius to evolve to Barbellus ventralis, which adapted living under water, and Barbellus opticus, which adapted living on land (geographic isolation). During the p
BIOLOGY 12 LEARNING OUTCOMES
BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES & CELL COMPOUNDS CHAPTER 2 PAGE 19-44, CHAPTER 11 PAGE 209-211 1. Describe how the polarity of the water molecules results in hydrogen bonding. (pg 26) (B1) 2. Describe the role of water as a solvent, temp
C. BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES C1. Synthesis and Hydrolysis of Polymers - most important biological compounds are polymers - Poly means "many" Polymers - a many piece chain of subunits - Subunits are; sugars, amino-acids, nucleotides, or fatty acids. - these are
37. Two areas of the brain that regulate the responses of the autonomic nervous system z are the A. cerebrum and cerebellum. B. corpus callosum and thalamus. C. hypothalamus and medulla oblongata. D. anterior pituitary and posterior pituitary. 39. The por
47. Which of the following is not a function of seminal fluid? A. to provide energy for sperm B. to cause the growth of sperm C. to provide a medium for movement of sperm cells D. to transport prostaglandins that promote uterine contraction 49. After leav
Body pH refers to the pH of the fluids inside and outside of the cells. The pH of almost all living systems is between 6-8 pH _. Maintaining the proper pH then is vital living systems. Since we are mostly made of water, the pH level effects all water body
Classes of macromolecules:
without CARBON are with CARBON are
ORGANIC such as:
proteins nucleic acids
found in cell walls of plants, external
Tang Poetry / Monkey:
1) lyric: a brief melodic poem typically characterized by the subjective expression of a single speaker who speaks in the first person. eg. Du Fu, Li Bo, and Wang Wei are lyric poets 2) scroll painting: in Chinese art, scroll paintin
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Final Exam Study
Friday, April, 31, 2010- Social Foundations Test Answer all questions Saturday, May 01, 2010- Finish up questions [Must Finish] Sunday, May, 02, 2010- Revise Social Foundations; [complete] Monday, May, 03, 2010- Writing Final Paper [must
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Geometry Regents Exam 0609
1 Juliann plans on drawing , where the measure of can range from 50 to 60 and the measure of can range from 90 to 100. Given these conditions, what is the correct range of measures possible for ? 1) 20 to 40 3) 80 t
Dear CF2 students: I have now filed your final grades, which you should be able to access on Albert later this week. The results were very good: 7 out of 16 students received B+ or better. The results of the final were as follows: 12 out of 16 students di
Sunpreet Singh Social Foundations II- 3:30-4:45pm April, 09, 2010 Mans Nature as the Basis of Social Foundations From the dawn of the human race, several questions and uncertainties have been raised about the foundations of maintaining social interactions
ubble Harvests Distant Solar System Objects ScienceDaily (Sep. 13, 2010) Beyond the orbit of Neptune reside countless icy rocks known as trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs). One of the biggest, Pluto, is classified as a dwarf planet. The region also supplies u