For this experiment different type of enzymes were tested on a controlled amount of
apple juice in order to find out how much apple juice could be produced for each different
enzyme. After the results were gathered another problem was investig
Uneven distribution of charge
Force of attraction between a
hydrogen molecule with a
What is a cell?
Cells are the _ _ of the human body just as _
are the _ _ of molecules
The cell is the _ unit that can carry on all the processes
All _ _ are made up of one or more cells
Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
What are genes and what do they code for?
Proteins are made of chains of
How do cells use proteins?
The subunits making up polypeptides are
How many amino acids exist?
What is the basic structure of an amino acid
What does th
Positives About stem Cell Research
Positive things about stem cell research would be that there is a chance that they can cure health
problems. Six of which are limb amputations, snail cord injuries, burns, diabetes, heart disease, and
Photosynthesis is dived into two stages
Light reactions begin with
Inside the inner membrane of a chloroplast
Light from the sun
Molasses Concentration vs. Population Growth
In this experiment the effect of molasses concentration on yeast production over time will
be tested. Some background information on yeast would be that with high temperatures the yeast
production is lower beca
What is an ion?
What is an anion?
What is a cation?
Strongest to weakest bonding
What does it mean for a
molecule to be polar
What does it mean for a
molecule to be non polar
More or less electrons than it n
During _1_ DNA in the nucleus is coiled
into compact structures called _2_found
inside the _3_
Chromosomes are made of what?
Each chromosome is a single _ associated
In what kind of cells does DNA wrap tightly
What is a gene pool
Evidence for evolution
What can types of natural selection do?
What is a population?
the complex process in which cells make adenosine triphosphate by breaking down
- The energy in ATP is used by cells to do work
- Use cellular respiration to make co2 and water from organic compounds and oxygen
Cells Unit (Chapter 4 and 5)
What did Robert Hooke do?
What did Anton Van Leeuwenhoek do?
Name the three postulates of the cell theory
Why are cells so small?
What is the difference between Prokaryotes
What does the. plasma
What is the name of the molecule that stores
What is the function of DNA with respect to
What are the three parts of a nucleotide?
What is the function and structure of mRNA,
tRNA, and rRNA?
What does rRNA combine w