Modern Biology (holt, Rinehart, And Winston) Chapter 1&2 Terms

Testa – The protective outer covering of a seed; the seed coat.
NADH 9.1 – NAD+ with pair of high energy electrons
nonpolar – No partial charges. Do not mix with water.
infanticide – a new alpha male/female kills any living offspring from the previous alpha animal
lysogenic cycle – A type of bacteriophage replication cycle in which the viral genome is incorporated into the bacterial host chromosome as a prophage. New phages are not produced, and the host cell is not killed or lysed unless the viral genome leaves the host chromosome.
DNA polymerase – enzyme that makes bonds between nucleotides, forming an identical strand of DNA during replication
Sensory cortex (strip): – Receives incoming touch sensations from the rest of our body.
The term that means condition of urea in the blood is
Recognize the dynamics of a population and analyze the consequences of the loss of organisms in its food supply or the impact of the loss of one of its predators. Explain this… – Loss of a predator would cause an increase in the prey population that would lead to a loss of food and then destroy the prey as well.
Describe how percentage can be used as a measure of concentration of aqueous solutions – …
cytoplasm – Clear. jelly-like substance in which organelles are held (broth or soup).
seeds – what is inside the peanut shell
digestion – The mechanical and chemical breakdown of food into molecules small enough for the body to absorb; the second main stage of food processing in animals.
The term thаt meаns cоnditiоn оf ureа in the blood is
Catalyst – Anything that speeds up a chemical reaction
Antibiotic – A chemical secreted by a living organism that kills or reduces the reproduction rate of other organisms.
chlorophyll – provides the pigment of a plant
active transport channels – Protein channels within membranes that allow molecules to move across the cell membrane.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply