Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 8 Photosynthesis (2004)

210. What is body plan? – During gastrulation in vertebrates, the general shape of the organism takes place
homeostasis – dynamic equilibrium between the cell and its environment to sustain life
fatty acid – a long carbon chain carboxylic acid that vary in length and in the number and location of double covalent bonds
facilitated diffusion – just like diffusion but uses protein channels (no energy, high to low)
Saprophytic – (of some plants or fungi) feeding on dead or decaying organic matter
6.2.2 State that coronary arteries supply heart muscle with oxygen and nutrients – ◾The heart is a muscle that must continually contract in order to pump blood around the body
◾Coronary arteries form a network of vessels around the heart and supply the cardiac tissue with oxygen and nutrients (i.e. glucose)
◾These are required to produce the necessary energy via aerobic respiration – if a coronary artery is blocked, a heart attack may occur
vocal cord – One of a pair of bands of elastic tissues in the larynx. Air rushing past the tensed these makes them vibrate, producing sounds.
Role of Photosystem I – takes electrons from ETC and releases them into the stroma. There, the H+ ions turn NADP+ into NADPH+.
Limiting Nutrient – The nutrient whose supply limits productivity
Which of the following diseases is considered a CVD
covalent bond – Type of chemical bond formed when atoms share electrons.
Chloroplast – Chlorophyll-containing organelles found in the cells of green plants and some prostists; capture light energy and converted it to chemical energy.
Which оf the fоllоwing diseаses is considered а CVD
The energy of activation (Ea) releases energy to activate the chemical reaction – False
Mutation – A rare, random change in the genetic material that can be inherited. Many are harmful, but many are also neutral and a few are beneficial.

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