1. What is the electron transport chain?
A series of protein complexes embedded in the mitochondrial membrane.
2. What happens to electron, captured from donor molecules, in the electron transport chain?
Transferred through these complexes.
3. What reacti
1. What is a tissue?
Any of the distinct types of material of which animals or plants are made,
consisting of specialized cells.
2. How many primary tissues are there in our human body? Fill in this chart. The
first one, epithelial tissue is done for you.
1. Our human heart is a muscle. It is about the size of your what?
2. Our human heart is located behind and to the left of our what?
Breast bone (sternum).
3. What is the purpose, or function, of your heart?
Pump blood through blood vessels, arterie
1. What is an exocrine gland? Include two examples in your answer.
A gland that secretes substances through ducts, such as salivary glands and
2. What is an endocrine gland?
A ductless gland that secretes substances into the bloodstream.
1.What is the most familiar way that atoms and molecules are held together?
2.How does the energy of a covalent bond compare to thermal energy at body temperature?
Covalent bond energy is so much higher than thermal e
Find the answers to questions 1 28 in your ACE Biology on online lecture.
1. Is oxygen required for glycolysis?
No it is not.
2. Define glycolysis.
A series of endothermic and exothermic reactions that converts glucose into pyruvate with the use of
1. Define homeostasis.
The ability of an organism to maintain constant body temperature, fluid
balance, and chemistry in a changing exterior environment.
2. Give an example of dynamic equilibrium.
If body temperature falls too low, we begin to shiver. Shi
1. How many cells in our body are engaged in protection against disease and cancer?
One out of every ten.
2. The lymphatic and immune systems work to defend our body against what? (two things) 2 marks)
Invasion by disease causing organisms and cancerous c
Module 1, Unit 1.1 - Energy Assignment - 30 points
1. Why is energy not as tangible (concrete, certain, definite, plainly knowledgeable) to us as
matter? (2 marks)
Energy is an ability and it comes in many forms that can be converted from one to another.
1. A glucose molecule has how many carbon atoms?
2. What happens to a glucose molecule in glycolysis?
Split in half.
3. What do we end up with, after glycolysis?
2 pyruvic acids (pyruvate molecules)
4. Does glycolysis need oxygen?
5. What is the ne
Student name: Ayodele Onabajo
Section number 501
Lab # 7
Date due October21, 2016
Professor Jacob Cummings
St. Clair College
The purpose was to observe the different chemical changes, five types of chemical
5 properties of gases
have indefinite shape
mix completely with other gases in same container
have low densities
gas: substance that is normally a gas at ordinary temp, and pressure conditions
vapour: the gaseo
IMFs + strengths
o Vapour pressure/rate of vaporization
o Viscosity surface tension/area
o Boiling/melting points
Properties of 3 phases
Polar vs. non-polar
Physical Properties of Liquids: Vapour Pressure
at the surface of a liquid, some molecules gain enough energy to escape the intermolecular
attractions of neighboring molecules and enter the vapor state. this is evaporation. the reverse
proccess is condens
The Skeletal System
Human Skeleton has 206 bones
protect soft tissue
4.Storage Matrix - minerals phosphate
Chemistry and the Human Body
Building blocks of
naturally occurring elements
the periodic table
Are forms of elements with the
number of protons and electrons but differ
in the number of
Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
celled animals like
Eukaryotic cells are
complex, like plant
Animal, plant cell
Cell wall present
Organization of the Human Body
Examine the organization of the human body, using
appropriate anatomical terminology.
Describe the organization of the human body.
List the systems of the human body, their general function and their
Chapter 3 - Second half
Tissues are groups of cells similar in structure
There are 4 main groups of tissues:
1- Epithelial tissue - covering
2- Connective tissue - support
3- Muscle tissue - movement
4- Nervous tissue - con
Review for Chapter 1
The Human Body: An
A group of cells is a(n)
A group of organs is a(n)
A group of tissues is a(n)
The organ system that
creates movement is the
The Integumentary System
The Integumentary System
The integumentary system
skin, along with
The name means
Functions of the Skin
skin is a barrier to invading
them away and is
Is a place where
Functional classification is based on the
of movement allowed
Structural method- joints are classified
according to the
in the joint or if there is a
Review of Chapter 2
Chemistry and the
one of the four most
common elements in the
Hydrogen, or Nitrogen
are forms of an
element with the same False
number of ne
Nivaldo J. Tro
Matter and Energy
Dr. Sylvia Esjornson
Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Matter is anything that has mass and takes up
- Includes all things living and non-l