Genetic material – DNA or (in some viruses) RNA. The molecules in an organism that determine an individual's heritable traits. Sometimes also used to describe chromosomes, which contain the DNA.
Cohort Studies – A group of people are followed over time to see who develops disease, comparing exposure to risk factors to draw conclusions, or following people exposed/not exposed to risk factors and comparing outcomes to draw conclusions.
G2: – stage preparing for cell division
base – a solutions with a greater concentration of OH- than H+ ions
Gene pool – All of the possible alleles for a given species.
Explain the difference in number of chromosomes in meiosis? – Chromosome number is reduced by half in the the daughter cells that result from meiosis
cofactors – nonprotein enzyme helpers; required for the proper functioning of an enzyme; can be permanently bound to the active site or may bind loosely with the subtrate during catalysis; they are inorganic such as metals
homeostasis – maintaining the status quo
Which of the following represses expression of the transcription factor identified in Question 11?
Development – all the changes that take place during the life of an organism.
inositol triphosphate – Produced by cleavage of a certain kind of phospholipid in the plasma membrane.
Sex Linked – Allele carried on the X chromosome
Which оf the fоllоwing represses expression of the trаnscription fаctor identified in Question 11?
Organic Chemistry – study of carbon compounds (organic compounds).
Habitat – Place where an organism live out its life.
carbohydrate – "Compound containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in the approximate ratio of C:2H:O (e.g., sugars, starches, and cellulose)"