phenotype – collection of all an organism's physical characteristics.
if no oxygen is present the next step is ___ in which pyruvic acid is broken down. – fermentation
Telephase: – 4th phase of cell division. the chromosomes become longer, thinner, and less distinct. the nucleur membrane forms. the neocleolus reappears and cell division is nearly complete
Light Reactions – In photosynthesis the reactions that use the energy in light to split water
Chemical Bond – The force of attraction between neighboring atoms that hold them together into a molecule.
mutualism – A relationship between two species in which both species benefit.
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fibrin – The activated form of the blood-clotting protein fibrinogen, which aggregates into threads that form the fabric of a blood clot.
Incomplete dominance – "A condition where a heterozygous off- spring has a phenotype that is distinctly different from, and intermediate to, the parental phenotypes"
Character displacement – divergence in adaptation
theory – A well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world.
Endoparasite – any of various parasites that live in the internal organs of animals (especially intestinal worms)
pH – Term used to describe the acidity of a solution
What is the plasma and what does it do? – The liquid part of the blood. It transports important substances around the body (e.g. Hormones, CO2 and glucose).
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sori – A cluster of spore-producing sporangia. In ferns, they can take the appearance of insect eggs.