Biology Chapter 3 Cell Structure And Function

cytoskeleton – network of proteins that is constantly changing tomeet the demands of a cell
B2:Different types on antibody – -destroy invading microorganism
-enable white blood cells to recognise microorganism as being foreign
-cause microorganism to clump together so easier for phagocytes to engulf
condensation reaction – Breaking down a large macromolecule into smaller subunits. Requires an input of water molecules.
Explain the function of ATP in the cells of living organisms. Give an example. – ATP serves as a source of energy in cells, One of ATP's phosphate groups pops off and releases energy. Enzymes help to replace the phosphate group.
Explain the relationship between vaccinations and immunity? – Vaccines cause the body to create antibodies because they contain antigens of a pathogen that has been killed. This helps the body develop immunity.
Explain why water molecules are polar? – …
The term orchiepididymitis means inflammation of the
stem cell – Self regenerating cells that posses the capacity to differentiate into specialized cell types, found in embryos and the bone marrow of adults.
Chromoplasts – Organelles that contain pigments used in photosynthesis
Compound eye – An eye made of many lenses, each with a very limited scope
thyroid gland – An endocrine gland that secretes thyroxine (T4), triiodothyronine (T3), and calcitonin.
The term оrchiepididymitis meаns inflаmmаtiоn оf the
Avogadro's Number – 6.022 x 10^23
primary productivity – rate at which organic matter is created by producers in an ecosystem.
Interdependence – a theme of biology where organisms in a biological community live and interact with other organisms
Active Transport – the movement of a substance across the cell membrane against a concentration gradient; requires the cell to expend energy

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