Type I diabetes (10%):deficiency of insulin
Autoimmune disorder beta cells of pancreas destroyed
Type II diabetes (90%): failure of target cells to respond to insulin
Insulin produced cells dont re
Two ways hormones affect target organs.
The secretion, target, action, and regulation of at least 3 hormones.
An illustration of both positive and negative feedback in the regulation
of homeostasis by hormones.
Endocrine System = Hormone-secreting cells
Ethology: study of animal behavior
Behavior: what an animal does and how it does it
Both genetic & environmental factors
Essential for survival and reproduction
Subject to natural selection over time
Fixed action patterns (FAPs): sequence of unlearned ac
Conservation biology is a goal-oriented science that seeks to
counter the biodiversity crisis, the current rapid decrease in Earths
variety of life.
Extinction is a natural phenomenon that has been occurring since life
evolved on earth.
The current rate
Dead, tubular, elongated cells
Conducts H2O and minerals up from root
Conducts sugar & organic compounds from leaves to
other parts of plant
Living cells aid movement of sugar
2 Cell Types: sieve tubes, companion cells
Types of Flowerin
The 3 stages of cell communication: reception, transduction, and
How G-protein-coupled receptors receive signals and start
How receptor tyrosine kinase receive cell signals and start
How a cell sig
The Structure and Function of Large Biological Molecules
The role of dehydration synthesis in the formation of organic
compounds and hydrolysis in the digestion of organic compounds.
How to recognize the 4 biologically important organic compounds