solute – the thing in a solution that is dissolved
Antigen – Generally a molecule (protein or carbohydrate embedded in cell wall or membrane of a pathogen) that causes the body to launch an immune response. It is the molecule that antibodies bind with (see antibody).
polymer – a large molecule made from smaller units(monomer)
cardiac muscle – Muscle that is branched, striated, singe nucleated.
glycogen – An extensively branched glucose storage polysaccharides found in liver and muscle cells; the animal equivalent of starch.
cytoskeleton – A complex network of proteins that strengthen the cell and keep it from rupturing.
morphological species concept – A definition of species in terms of measurable anatomical criteria.
What is the function of DNA? – DNA contains information that determines the characteristics of an organism and directs its cell activities.
mutualism – symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit from the relationship
Which organelle is responsible for protein synthesis?
Angiosperms – the largest seed plant lineage and the only group that produces flowers and fruits
sex-linked gene – A gene located on a sex chromosome. In humans, the vast majority of sex-linked genes are located on the X chromosome.
6.1.3 State the source, substrate, products and optimum pH conditions for one amylase, one protease and one lipase –
Product – Element or compound produced by a chemical reaction
Cell Division – process by which a cell divides into two new daughter cells
Gene – A heritable factor that controls a specific characteristic.
Which оrgаnelle is respоnsible fоr protein synthesis?
__ are compounds made of carbon hydrogen oxygen and nitrogen and serve as structural and regulatory substances. theyre composed of smaller molecule units called amino acids – proteins
sympathetic division – A set of neurons in the autonomic nervous system that generally prepares the body for energy-consuming activities, such as flieeing or fighting. See also parasympathetic division.
Volume – A measurement of the size of an object in 3 dimensions of space – length, width, & height, for example Often defined as the total amount of space an object or substance occupies.
Name the different structures of the male reproductive tract. – Seminiferious Tubules, Epididymis, Vas deferens, Ejaculatory duct, Urethra, Penis