Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 11 Introduction To Genetics (2004)

glomeromycete – Member of a group of fungi characterized by a distinct branching form of mycorrhizae (symbiotic relationships with plant roots) called arbuscules.
Mutualism – symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit
Saturated fat – A fat where all carbon-carbon bonds are single bonds, contains maximum number of H atoms
cellulose – A chain of glucose molecules; found in plant cell walls.
An intracellular signalling cascade – Growth factors bind to cell surface receptors triggering the activation of what?
What is selective permeability? – The plasma membrane controls the movement of substances into and out of the cell. The plasma membrane controls the amount of substance entering and leaving the cell.
The stoppage of blood flow is called:
anabolism – Energy is used to create products.
wilt – (v.) to become limp and drooping (as a flower), wither; to loose strength and vigor
NAD+ – Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, a coenzyme that cycles easily between oxidized (NAD+) and reduced (NADH) states, thus acting as an electron carrier.
translocation – The process in which a segment of a chromosome breaks off and attaches to another chromosome.
The stоppаge оf blоod flow is cаlled:
adenylyl cyclase – An enzyme that converts ATP to cyclic AMP in response to an extracellular signal.
eukaryotic cell – A cell with a nucleus and membrane bound organelles
(T/F) Differential centrifugation can be used to separate cell structures with similar densities. – False
theory – explanation of a natural phenomenon based on many observations and investigations over time.

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