BLAST: Understanding Evolutionary Relationships
BLAST: Understanding Evolutionary Relationship
Cor Jesu Academy
Title: BLAST: Understanding Evolutionary Relationship
In this lab, the BLAST database will be used to compare protei
Chapter 6 An Introduction to Metabolism
> Read the Introduction and Key Concepts on page 122.
Concept 6.1 An organisms metabolism transforms matter and energy.
1. What does the term metabolism mean?
The totality of an organisms chemical reactions is calle
Chapter 7 Biology Study Guide
During cellular respiration, the breakdown of glucose (an exergonic process)
drives the synthesis of ATP.
The coenzymes NAD+ and FAD accept electrons from substrates and carry
them to the electron transpo
Chapter 8 Study Guide Photosynthesis
Read the introduction and key concepts on page 161.
Survey the chapter by reading the section headings and observing the
diagrams and photographs.
Read the Summary of Key Concepts on page 180.
Read the chapter and
Chapter 2: The Chemical Context of Life
2.1: Matter Consists of Chemical Elements in Pure Form and In Combinations called
Elements and Compounds
All organisms are made of matter: anything that takes up space and
Matter is made of ele
1. I can compare and contrast structures of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Have no membrane bound
Have membrane bound
Archaea and Bacteria
DNA as their ge
Chapter 3: Carbon and the Molecular Diversity of Life
Carbon Compounds and Life
Water is universal medium but all living things are made of carbon
Organic compound: a chemical compound containing carbon
Almost all living organic compounds have hydrogen
Chapter 12 Notes- senses
FOR TEST: KNOW THE PARTS OF THE EAR AND EYE BECAUSE WE WILL HAVE TO
LABEL ONE OF THEM
Detect environmental chang
*if someone wants to answer the nervous system questions on the bottom i'll add
it to the quizlet but I don't feel like it haha so just tell me if you do so i can add them
Chapter 10 Notes-Nervous System
The Nervous System: Communication
Neurons= masses of nerve cells that transmit information
Cell Body- contains the nucleus and two extensions
Dendrites-Shorter, more numerous, receive information(small extension
Chapter 14 Notes
Transports substances and maintains homeostasis in the body
Hematophobia is a fear of blood
Blood is a type of connective tissue
It has two basic componen
Physiology Semester I Exam Review
What is the difference between an Anatomist and a Physiologist?
anatomy- the structure o