Test 1 Vocab
#1. genome - sequence of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) #2. chromosomes - A parts of that the genome are divide in #3. structural gene - A gene that encodes any RNA or polypeptide product other than a...
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Honors Molecular Biology Chapter 3
...pH when either acids or bases are added to them. e. They are found only in living systems and biological fluids. - d. They maintain a relatively constant pH when either acids or bases are added to...
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Bio 121 Exam 3
#1. Anchoring junctions - Anchor epithelia to basil lamina Hemidesmosomes and Focal adhesions Desmosomes and Adherens #2. Hemidesmosomes - Anchor epithelia to ECM via Intermediate Filam...
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Test 2 Review
#1. fusion - the combining of mitochondrion to form tubular networks #2. fission - cleaving of mitochondrion into two fully functioning units #3. matrix - inner space of the mitochondrion #4. inter...
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Chapter 1- Introduction to the Study of Cell and Molecular Biology
#1. microscope - instrument that provides a magnified image of a tiny object #2. Who is generally credited with the discovery of cells? - Robert Hooke #3. Who discovered the presence of microscopic ...
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Chapter 8: Cytoplasmic membrane systems
...cytosolic part become during exocytosis? - the plasma membrane #89. What enzyme can digest any type of biological molecule? - acid hydrolases #90. How is the low pH of acid hydrolases maintained? - by a proton...
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Chapter 10: The Nature of the Gene and the Human Genome
#1. Where do hereditary factors reside? - chromosomes #2. What is the collective body of genetic information in an organism? - genome #3. What do hereditary factors consist of? - DNA #4. What did G...
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Causes of Mutation
...chemical- Oxidative oxygen (free radicals), Base Analogs, Intercalating Agent, Alkylating Agent. Biological- virus incorporation or radiation (Ionizing and Non-ionizing). #3. Tautomerism - Is the change...
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Lab practical #1
#1. Non-Halophile - 0.85% Only #2. Halotolerant - 0.85-3/5% #3. Facultative Halophile - 0.85-10% #4. Obligate Halophile - +10% #5. Extreme Halophile - +15%-25% #6. BSL - Biosafety levels #7. Dis...
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Micro Exam 2
#1. Bacteria cells have slight ______ charge - negative #2. Basic dyes have _________ charge staining ________ - Basic dyes have POSTIVE charge staining the CELLS (positive stain) #3. Acidic dyes ha...
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Microbiology: A Systems Approach Ch 20
#1. Septicemia (a.k.a. sepsis) (usually Bacterial): Define - –Caused by MANY different bacteria –Bacteria GROW in bloodstream –Microbes may gain access in many ways –May cause septi...
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An Introduction to Cell Biology
#1. The hierarchy of cell organization from largest to smallest. - .Atom->Small and macromolecules->Subcellular structure ->Cells->Tissues->Organism->Populations->Communities->Ecosystem->Biome->Bios...
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