Things that have all the characteristics of life are known as
Reproduction is the ability to ______________________.
Information gathered from experiments is called_______.
What does organic mean (in science)?
What is a biomolecule?
How many carbon atoms in citric acid (C6H8O7)?
How many bonds does a carbon atom need?
For a compound to be considered an organic compound it must contain
If an organism is made entirely of one cell it is called...
Reproduction that only involves one parent and all offspring are identical; for example, binary fission of bacteria or amoebas.
Reproduction that involves two cells from different parents unite to produce the first cell of a new organism.
Living things are based on a universal genetic
code. What molecule is responsible for that code?
For single-celled organisms, _____ is
mostly an increase in size.
Multicellular organisms go through a
process called __________, where cells
divide and differentiate into different
kinds of cells.
The combination of chemical reactions through
which an organism builds up or breaks down
materials as it carries out its life processes is called ...
Maintaining a stable internal
environment is called
What distinguishes a plant cell from an animal cell? (How do you tell them apart) Hint: There's 3 ways (Check all 3)
Large balloon-shaped organelle?
What forms the channels and pumps in the phospholipid bilayer?
Which of these is a tumor that is noncancerous and does not spread?
What is Apoptosis?
What is cell differentiation?
Select ALL stages of Interphase
In which stage of the cell cycle does the DNA replicate?
Human somatic sells contain 46 chromosomes; during meiosis, haploid SEX CELLS are formed with ________ chromosomes each.
When you start with 1 cell, at the end of mitosis, how many identical cells will you have?
After meiosis is complete how many cells will there be?
After mitosis is complete, the new cells:
Uncontrolled cell division which usually leads to tumors and disease is called:
What is the purpose the the cell cycle checkpoints?
When is apoptosis initiated?
Mitosis occurs in a:
Meiosis occurs in a:
How many cells are created at the end of meiosis?
Crossing over occurs during Prophase I.
In what process is mRNA synthesized?
Why must transcription occur where DNA can be found?
A polypeptide is a sequence of ____________________ held together by a ______________ bond.
A DNA nucleotide may be made up of a phosphate group, along with
Which of the following units are repeatedly joined together to form a strand of DNA? (This is the MONOMER of DNA.)
The important enzyme related with transcription is;
Which of the following statements is false?
Which of the following are properties of RNA?
Which of the following describes the components of a nucleotide?
A _______ is a segment of DNA that codes for a specific protein or RNA molecule.
A _________ is DNA tightly coiled around proteins.
Chromosomes that are paired by size and content are called _______ chromosomes.
A _______ is an egg that has been fertilized by a sperm cell.
The 2 male sex chromsomes are _____.
A photo of the chromosomes in a dividing cell that are arranged by size is called a _________.
A mutation in which only one nucleotide is altered is called a:
Which Karyotype displays a female with Down syndrome?