The comparison of body structures and how they vary among species – comparative anatomy
alveoli – tiny air-filled pockets within the lungs that look like clusters of grapes. where actual gas exchange takes place.
Amniotic membrane – This membrane is full of amniotic fluid which protects the embryo against knocks and bumps.
digestive system – The organ system involved in ingestion and digestion of food, absorption of nutrients, and elimination of wastes.
* Producers – Produce their own food (same as autotrophs)
Dihybrid cross – A cross between two individuals, concentrating on two definable traits
What is the buffer for? – helps prevent shifts in pH.
Observation – the basis of scientific research; the act of noting or perceiving objects or events using the senses
What is the classification of anemia in CLL?
Vacuoles – Plant cells have one HUGE vacuole, while animal cells have a great deal of normal sized ones. Vacuoles are storage centers, and can also be filled with water to become rather rigid- to support the cell.
pedigree – The phenotypes of a given organism and its ancestors, that can be used to track various traits.
oncogene – A cancer-causing gene; usually contributes to malignancy by abnormally enhancing the amount or activity of a growth factor made by the cell.
Whаt is the clаssificаtiоn оf anemia in CLL?
homeostasis – relatively constant internal physical and chemical conditions that organisms maintain
metabolism – all chemical processes that synthesize or break down materials within an organism.
C4 plant – A plant that prefaces the Calvin cycle with reactions that incorporate CO2 into four-carbon compounds, the end product of which supplies CO2 for the Calvin cycle.