What is produced when yeast cells break down sugar in the absence of oxygen?
What is the anaerobic respiration of yeast often called?
Adaptations of fat cells?
Adaptations of cone cells?
Adaptations of root hair cells?
Adaptations of sperm cells?
What is diffusion?
Factors that affect diffusion
What is a tissue?
What is an organ?
What is an organ system?
What do muscular tissues do?
What do glandular tissues do?
What do epithelial tissues do?
What do epidermal tissues do?
What do mesophyll tissues do?
What do xylem and phloem tissues do?
How do plants use glucose?
Why do plants need amino acids?
How do plants make amino acids??
Advantage of hydroponics?
What 5 factors affect living organisms?
What physical factors can you measure by counting along a transect?
Function of a nucleus
Function of a cell membrane
Function of cytoplasm
Function of ribosomes
Along with all the features an animal cell has, what do all plant and algal cells have?
Along with all the features an animal cell has, what do many plant cells also have?
What adaptation speeds up diffusion?
What happens in the small intestine?
What happens in the gut?
What happens in the large intestine?
What are plant organs?
Parts of a bacterial cell
Parts of a yeast cell
What can proteins act as?
What is a protein?
What are enzymes?
What are enzymes involved in?
How do enzymes work?
Effect of pH on enzyme action
Why do foods need to be digested?
Reasons for respiration
The effect of exercise on your body
What is anaerobic respiration?
What is the oxygen debt?
Why does sexual reproduction lead to new varieties of plant?
What is a cell?
What is a nucleus?
What is a chromosome?
What is DNA?
What is a gene?
What is an allele?
What is a dominant allele?
What is a recessive allele?
What is mitosis needed for?
Arguments for using stem cells
Arguments against using stem cells.
Who was Mendel?
Why weren't Mendel's theories accepted?
What is DNA made up of?
What is polydactyly?
Dominant or recessive?
What is Cystic Fibrosis?
Dominant or Recessive?
Arguments for screening embryos
Arguments against screening embrys
Way that fossils can be formed: Hard parts
Ways that fossils can be formed: Lack of decay
Ways that fossils can be formed: Replacement
Ways that fossils can be formed: Trace fossils
Why oh why is the fossil record incomplete?
causes of extinction
How a new species arrives
How do fossils provide evidence for the theory of evolution?
Definition of extinct
What is a species?
Why does the stomach produce hydrochloric acid?
What does bile do?
How are red blood cells adapted to their function?
Sampling Along a Transect