Glencoe Biology Chapter 1: The Study Of Life

41. vitamin D – Vitamin that assists with bone growth
Ureters – An organ of the urinary
system that transports
urine from the kidneys to
the bladder
testes – organs that produce sperm
Phase of Mitosis where the chromosomes condense and spindle fibers attach to the centromeres of the sister chromatids. – Prophase
B2:Veins – Collect blood from body and return it to the heart- walls contain elastic muscular tissue but thinner than arteries.
sexual reproduction – cells from two parents unite to form a the first cell of a new organism
Gene – Functional unit that controls inherited trait expression that is passed on from one generation to another generation.
Nucleus – The region of a eukaryotic cell that contains the cell's main DNA
What is the order of multicellular hierarchy? – cell->tissue->organs->organ system->organism
concentration – a measurement of how much solute exists within a certain volume of solvent
Which muscle tissue is considered to be involuntary and striated?
nutrient – Compounds in food that the body requires for proper growth, maintenance, and functioning
product – substance formed by a chemical reaction.
Which muscle tissue is cоnsidered tо be invоluntаry аnd striаted?
weight – the force produced by gravity acting on mass
Fine Adjustment Knob – What part of the microscope is #5?
transmembrane protein – integral protein that span the membrane
Telophase – Phase of mitosis in which the nuclear envelope reappears

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