End of Year Review
1. Which term refers to the study of how an organ functions?
2. A group of similar cells performing a specialized function is referred to as
3. Cells are to
Digestion Worksheet using Ck-12
1.What is the purpose of the digestion system?
The purpose of the digestive system is the breakdown of
food into small molecules, which are then absorbed into
2. Write the name of the digestive system organs in al
- At the ends of the bone. Has a
thin layer of compact bone,
while internally the bone is
cancellous. The epiphys
Anatomy of the bone Coloring
EPIPHYSIS (a) - at the ends of the bone (do not color)
The epiphysis has a thin layer of compact bone, while internally the bone
is cancellous. The epiphysis is capped with articular cartilage.
EPIPHYSIAL UNE (j) - pur
Friday, Feb. 9
Blood Flow Challenge.
Due by end of Period.Today.
I will be grading it. Each answer is a pt.
7.5 possible pts.
Put in your Anatomy/Physiology folder
Using these words write the order of the blood flow through the heart. They are not in any
What is the
- The plasma is the fluid part of
Describe what the
- The red blood cells carry
oxygen in the plasma. Located
Describe the Major parts
Types of the Cells
in the Bones:
- Osteoblasts - secrete organic
material and collagen.
- Osteocytes - formed from
osteoblasts secreting a c
POGIL: Biological Molecules of Life
1. A: C, H, O
B: C, H, O
C: C, H, O, N, S D: C, H, O, N, P
4. A central chain made of carbon with hydrogen atoms attached to it
5. Amino Acid
6. Nucleic Acid
7. All co
University High Schools Essential Biology Review
Florida Biology End of Course Assessment
Thank you to:
Timber Creek High School Review
Pinellas County, FLs biology review
Gaston County, NCs biology review
Most images from: Glencoe Science: Biolog
HICG UI FIG: JIIGPCH
Area is the size of a surface!
Learn more about Area, or try the Area Calculator.
b h = vertical height
1:- w = width
W h = height
a Tra ezold U5
Qh Tralum (UK)
Area = Va(a+b) x h
b h = vert
How do cells communicate with each other and the environment?
Lets Start with the Membrane
o Lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates
o Mostly phospholipids in a bilayer
o Fluid Mosaic Model
Lipids and proteins move around within
Period 4, Brunton 1
Cells Structure and Function
All organisms are made of cells
The cell is the simplest collection of matter that can live
Cell structure is correlated to cellular function
All cells are related by their descent from earl
Edward Brunton 1
i. Nucleus protons (positively charged) and neutrons
ii. Electrons (negatively charged)
c. Pure substance with only one type of atom
d. Atomic number = number of
#2, Brunton 1
Enzymes and Reaction Rates
o Occurs when atoms have enough energy to create or change bonds
o Reactants and products
Electrons and protons are exchanged
o Metabolism total of all reactions occurring in a biological system
1. The Nature of Science
a. How do we know what we know?
b. Science as a process
1. Science starts with this
1. This is probably the explanation
1. Focus of AP
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Depth (higher/lower than Dermal, etc.)
Identify the macroinv ' '
concerned with o '
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