four main __ (carbon-based) compounds are carbohydrates lipids proteins and nucleic acids – organic
photosynthesis – The conversion of light energy to chemical energy that is stored in sugars or other organic compounds; occurs in plants, algae, and certain prokaryotes.
Glycolipid – Lipid with carbohydrate chain attached
Chloroplast – Organelle found in cells of plants and other photosynthetic organisms
Hypothalamus: – controls several metabolic functions, including body temperature, sexual arousal, hunger, thirst, and the endocrine system.
Biology – Science that seeks to understand the living world; the science of life.
Cell theory – States that (1) organisms are made of one or more cells; (2) cells are the basic unit of life; and (3) all cells come only from other cells, passing copies of their genetic material on to their daughter cells.
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gene – A segment of DNA that contains information to encode an RNA molecule or a single polypeptide.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): – uses magnetic fields to measure the density and location of brain material. Gives doctors information about only the structure of the brain, not the function.
Which biochemical does Lugol's Iodine Solution test for? – Test Starch and the color changes any where from a dark blue to a black color.
intraspecific competition – competition between members of the same species
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genetic engineering – A technology that includes the process of manipulating or altering the genetic material of a cell resulting in desirable functions or outcomes that would not occur naturally.
interphase – longest part of the cell cycle, period of time when DNA replicates
The rupturing of a cell due to excess internal pressure. – Cytolysis