48 notecards = 12 pages (4 cards per page)
Breakdown of what begins in the small intestines
In Geology, which is considered a significant departure from previous ideas
A Paradigm Shift
Which terms describes the increase in alleles that permits a species to survive and reproduce better in an environment from generation to generation
Which nervous systems directs the body's fight or flight responses
Which method is used in quantitative investigation
Which taxonomic ranks is the most general
Water undergoes relatively minor temperature and phase changes compare to other substances due to both its
High specific heat and high heat of vaporization
A new species of bread mold that is genetically similar to red bread mold Neurospra crassa is discovered; however, it is physically similar to the mold Aspergillus nidulans. Based on current classification system, which of the following is the proper classification for this new species
What is an example of hydrocarbons containing double bonds
What represents the correct order of the scientific process
Hypothesis, data, analysis
What organ system supplies the body's cells with oxygen and nutrients
Blood passes through ...... after leaving the right ventricle during contraction of the heart
Which system supplies the body with oxygen and removes carbon dioxide
What is responsible for the peristalsis that occur in the digestive tract
A proton should have what two characteristics when compared to the charge and mass of an electron
An opposite charge and a larger mass
The spine is part of which system
If two gases (A and B) that have detectable odors and the same temperature are release simultaneously on one side of a room, and the odor of Gas A is noticed 1 minute before that of gas B, what conclusion can be made
Gas B has a higher density than gas A
What describes a substance that is completely ionized in its solution and has a ph of 27
In which organ are immune cells produced
The heart is located .... the sternum
A research student is determining the pollen count for a 24 hr period in a given location. The students data would be most reliable if he decided to count the pollen in ......
Multiple decimeter squares for one morning and one afternoon
When two closely related species of flour beetles T. confusum and T. Castaneum, were placed in a culture in equal numbers. T Castaneum increased in numbers while T. Confusum experienced population decline. The growth difference in the changes of population most likely indicate that the energy consumption efficiency of T Castaneum is ......T. Confusum
Exchange of oxygen occurs in which respiratory system
What is true of fertility rates
They are higher in less-developed countries
Consider an atom that processes 8 protons, 9 neurons, and 7 electrons. This atom will have an overall charge of ........ and will have an overall mass of .... AMU
Enzyme activity is driven by which internal factor
Amino Acid structure
A new organism has been recently discovered in the ocean. All that is known of the organism's cellular structure is that it lacks a membrane bound nucleus. What indicates how this organism will be classified in terms of cell type?
Where do mutations in human DNA originate?
Which organelles found in heterotrophs is similar to the chloroplast?
Which organelles give rough endoplasmic reticulum (ER) its signature rough characteristics
DNA is to genes what amino acids are to.......
Atoms having ..... bonds complete one another by the donation and acceptance of electrons to form stable outer electronic shells
Mutation in what cell can be passed on to future generations
KOH + H2SO4 - H2O + K2SO4 What balances this acid/base reaction
2 KOH + H2SO4 - 2 H2O + K2SO4
DNA Codons encode
During cell replication, what material is duplicated by polymerase enzymes
What nitrogenous base is unique to RNA
A difference of two units on the PH scale represents a concentration difference of
A research student predicts that rats raised in a stimulating environment will learn faster than rats raised in an isolated environment, This prediction corresponds with what scientific method?
Formulating an hypothesis
The electron configuration for a certain neutral atom is 1s22s22p63s23p64s2, this atom number also has a mass atom of 42. What indicates the number of protons and neurons in this atom?
20 protons; 22 neutrons
Consider 0.050 KG of water vapor at boiling point. What amount of heat is necessary to fully condense gas? (The heat of condensation is 540 calories/gram)
A normal individual (XX) mates with an individual who is homozygous for a recessive trait (xx). What percentage of offspring will be carriers of the recessive trait?
Meiosis occurs in which cell?
The liquid state of a substance is considered to have a .... shape and a .... volume
Which stars will provide the greatest energy for earth?
A researcher conducts a study to examine the effects that time spent in extracurricular involvement has on college entrance exam scores. The extracurricular involvement is classified as what type of variable?
When an automobile travelling at 60 miles an hour is brought to a rapid stop the two types of energy involved are?
Kinetic and heat