Cells/Tissues Evolution/Classification Genetics Ecology Organ Systems

100

What is the secondary structure of a protein?
The Alpha Helix and Beta Sheet are included in the ___ of a protein

100

What is archaebacteria?
Chemoautotroph that lives in deep sea vents.

100

Who is Gregor Mendel?
Crossed pea plants at a monastery, and considered Father of Genetics.

100

What is water?
In a desert biome, this abiotic factor is scarce and many plants must adapt to receiving less.

100

What is the heart?
The organ which pumps blood to the rest of the body.

200

What is the lysosome?
The waste recycling organelle of the cell.

200

Who is Charles Darwin?
Wrote the Theory of Evolution using evidence from the Galapagos Islands.

200

What is PCR?
Revolutionary way to magnify DNA fragments discovered by Dr. Kerry Mullis while under the influence and surfing.

200

What is the Tundra?
The biome where the lowest temperatures are found.

200

What is the alveoli?
The parts of the lungs responsible for gas exchange.

300

What is the Golgi Body/Apparatus
This precesses and packages proteins and lipids, then exports them to their destinations.

300

Who is Jean-Baptiste Lamarck
Proposed the theory for use and disuse in evolution.

300

What is 9:3:3:1?
The ratio of offsprings' phenotypes in a di-hybrid cross.

300

What is carrying capacity?
A boundary for populations as defined by available resources, abiotic factors, etc.

300

What is Pulmonary?
The term for the vein and artery where the oxygenation of blood is opposite to the normal. (ie. the ___ Artery or the ___ Vein)

400

What is the phospholipid bilayer?
Semi-permeable and separates cell from interstitial fluid and the outside environment.

400

What is bryophytes?
Only classification of plants that has gametophyte dominant generation

400

What is a Pedigree?
The record of descent in an organism that can show genetic inheritableness and genetic traits of ancestors.

400

What is r-selection.
This type of selection is characterized by sea urchins which produce much young but leave very little effort between each.

400

What is the Gall Bladder?
Where bile is stored for the rest of the body.

500

What is the cell wall?
Has structural and protective functions. It plays an important role in the constraint of the cell size, preventing the cell to break when it absorbs a lot of water.

500

What is the endosymbiotic hypothesis?
Hypothesis that states that prokaryotes were enveloped by others, which co-evolved to become organelles in eukaryotic cells.

500

What is disruptive selection?
The type of natural selection where both extremes are favored.

500

What is an altruism.
Worker bees submitting to the Queen bee in order to improve their chances to pass on their genetic material is an example of this symbiotic relationship.

500

What is the Loop of Henle.
This part of the kidney is much larger in desert animals such as the Kangaroo Rat, to conserve water.

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