Intravenous – "In the vein." A method of delivering nutrients and medicines by inserting a needle directly into a vein.
Ribosome complex – the small and large subunits of the ribosome along with the mRNA that join together to translate mRNA into protein
animal cell – A small living part of a multi-cellular organism that eats to gain energy and reproduces sexually.
Vacuole – Membrane-bound vesicle for temporary storage of materials such as food, enzymes, and wastes.
Peptide – In a _______ bond, —COOH loses a —OH in one amino. —NH2 loses a H in another amino.
chlorophyll – the word means takes place in the green part of leaves
Which muscle is known as the “boxer's muscle”?
absorption – The process in which soluble food molecules are diffused, and pass into the blood stream, usually in the small intestine.
Fossil evidence – Record of prehistoric life( reveals changes over time)
Lysis – a suffix meaning "to break apart."
Archaebacterium – Prokaryotic domain; closer to eukaryotic cells than to eubacteria; includes methanogens, hemophilia, and Thermophiles
molecule – smallest particle of a compound
Define lipid bilayer. – cell membrane made of two layers of phospholipids which forms a barrier to water
dentin – A bone-like substance that makes up the structure of a tooth.
Which muscle is knоwn аs the “bоxer's muscle”?
Flow of energy – The transfer of energy through an ecosystem from the sun (usually) to producers, to herbivores, to carnivores, and ultimately to decomposers. In the end, all of the energy that originally reached earth from the sun dissipates into the atmosphere and outer space as heat. Energy cannot be recycled, and life on earth depends on constant influx of energy from the sun to replace what is lost.