Circulatory System = functions as transport system of body, picks up oxygen from respiratory structures, nutrients from digestive tract, hormones from endocrine glands, and other needed materials such as antibodies, transports them to tissues,
PRACTICE TESTS (CHAPTER 9) CELLULAR RESPIRATION: HARVESTING CHEMICAL ENERGY 1. A molecule becomes more oxidized when it _. ( Concept 9.1) - loses a electron 2. In the overall process of glycolysis and cellular respiration, _ is oxidized and _ is reduced.
CHAPTER 11: MEMBRANE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
1) In considering the movement of small molecules across a lipid bilayer, the permeability
coefficient can be correlated with C. the solubility of the molecule in a nonpolar solvent. - The greater the solubility
CHAPTER 5: BASIC CONCEPTS OF ENZYME ACTION
1) A reaction has an equilibrium constant, Keq, of 50. When performed in the presence of an appropriate enzyme, the forward rate constant is increased 20 fold. What will happen to the reverse rate constant? B. It
eStudy Guide for Test #3BIOL 1404
1. What are the characteristics of viruses? How do the various types of viruses differ from
each other? Which of these support the contention that viruses are alive? the contention
that viruses are non-living? Why
Ring or circular canal
Generation of graded potentials directly involves ion flow through
A) voltage-gated sodium ion channels.
B) vg-potassium ion channels.
C) stim-gated sodium ion channels.
D) sodium/potassium pumps.
E) ungated leak channels.
The depolarization phase of acti
Glucagon, epinephrine, cortisone, and thyroxine can all cause hyperglycemia.
Thus, they can be considered
Which heart valves typically permit oxygenated blood to flow past them?
the anterior part of the brain, including the cerebral hemispheres, the
thalamus, and the hypothalamus.
Water and Sugar Transport in Plants
Monday, February 8, 2016
Water Potential and Water Movement
Transpiration: loss of water via evaporation from the aerial parts of a plant
Two conditions must be met to happen
1) Stomata are Open
Met during t
Yeast are unicellular organisms that are classified in the Kingdom of Fungi. Yeast have the
ability to metabolize the simple sugar, glucose, aerobically or anaerobically through the process
of fermentation. The abilities of yeast fermentation go
BIOLOGY II (for Life Science Majors)
BIOL 1404, SPRING 2016
Section 001: MWF 9:00 a.m. in Biology LH100; Section 002: MWF 10:00 a.m. in Biology LH100.
Test period: Tu, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Prerequisite: BIOL 1403.
1st half: Dr. Dylan
Forms conjugate base;
Must contain hydrogen
Forms conjugate acid
Must have lone pair or pi
Loss of proton from base
Donate proton, form
weak conjugate base;
Increases w/ decreasing
The Nature of Science, NOMA Defined and Defended
1. List and define the characteristics of life.
-irritable- detect change and respond
-adaptation- pop level phenomenon, over generations,
Roots and Nutrition (775-790)
Water Holding Capacity: Total amount of water soil can hold at filled capacity approx. 2 days
after irrigation event. Spaces between pores are filled with water and air
Saturation: Soil water content when all pores are full r
Circulatory System I
1. What are the two circulatory systems in humans? How are they alike? How are they different?
3. What is meant by the "pulmonary circulation" and by the "systemic circulation"? What is the
path of blood through the heart? What forces
Roots and Nutrition
Saturday, February 13, 2016
Most urgent tasks facing any organism are to 1: acquire carbon-containing molecules that
will be use as cellular building blocks and 2: the chemical energy required to make ATP