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  • ... food and absorbing it. Osteoblast, A cell that produces bone. Specialization, (biology) the structural adaptation of some body part for a particular function. Photosynthesis, Metabolic processes, carried ...
  • ... 43 pages Ch 5.ppt. Ch 5.ppt; Notre Dame; BIOLOGY 10172 - Spring 2016; AP Biology Chapter 5 Membrane Structure & Function Plasma Membrane Separates the inside of the cell from its external environment Regulates movement of ...
  • ... Cleavage, (1) A division or separation of form. (2) (cell biology) The act or state of splitting or dividing of a cell, particularly during the telophase of (animal) cell division. (3) (embryology) The repeated ...
  • ... rtf; Moorpark College; BIOL M02A - Spring 2016; AP Biology, Chapter 12 The Cell Cycle Summary Introduction THE KEY ROLES OF CELL DIVISION Intro Cell division functions in reproduction, growth, and repair 1. Explain how cell ...
  • ... systems biology, to model the dynamic behavior of whole biological systems. molecular weight, the sum of the weights of all the atoms in a molecule. Cell-mediated immune response, A branch of the acquired immunity that activates and ...
  • ... Like all b. AP Bio Chapter 7 Membrane Structure and Function. 14 pages AP Bio Chapter 6 A Tour of the Cell. AP Bio Chapter 6 A Tour of the Cell; St Brendan Catholic High School; BIOLOGY AP Biology - Fall 2010; ...
  • ... AP Biology: Cell Cycle/Cell Communication Exam Name_Date_ List 3 key roles of cell division. 1. 2. 3. 4. Place the following terms in order as they occur beginning with the steps of interphase ...
  • ... IBHL/AP Biology Year 2: Test Mitosis-Meiosis 2009 1. August Which phases of mitosis are shown in diagrams I and II? I II I II A. metaphase prophase B. metaphase telophase C. anaphase prophase D. anaphase metaphase 2. A cell with ...
  • ... AP Biology. ... Macromolecules, Huge molecules. -ion, go; come. MPF, Maturation-promoting factor (M-phase-promoting factor); a protein complex required for a cell to progress from late interphase to mitosis (G2 Phase Checkpoint). ...
  • ... integuments, a. egg cell in the embryo sac A) male gametophyte B) female gametophyte C) male sporophyte D) female sporophyte, b. In ... acids. Biology, The scientific study of life. Pharynx, A muscular tube. Invertebrate ...
  • ... pattern, revealed by data from a range of scientific disciplines, including biology, chemistry, physics and geology; observations about the ... in which the concentration of dissolved substances is lower in the solution outside the cell than t...
  • ... Name _ AP Biology Period _ Date _ LAB _. LIMITS TO CELL SIZE Most cells are between 2 micrometers and 200 micrometerstoo small to be seen with naked eye. Remember, a micrometer is 1 millionth of a meter! ...
  • ... AP BIology Test. ... Dis-, apart; out. chloroplast, site of photosynthesis. apodans, The group of caecilians. Polypeptides, Polymers of amino acids. jellylike substance within cell, cytoplasm. What do lysosomes contain? digestive enzymes. ...
  • ... Cell Membrane, -phospholipid bilayer-hydrophillic heads- hydrophobic tails. What causes german measles? rubella. ... Prions cause what? transmissible spongiform encephalopathies. cell wall, tough,rigid,supports, shapes and protects cell. ...
  • ... Mitochondria, The main power source of the cell; the organelle in which sugar is broken down to produce energy. Chloroplast, The organelle that uses energy of the sun to make food (glucose); filled with a green pigment called chlorophyll. Golg...