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characteristics of life
cells, organization, energy use, homeostatsis, growth, reproduction
scientfic method
observing, asking a question, collecting data, hypothersizing, experimenting, drawing conclusions
compound light micro is used for...
observing small organisms and cells
tem micro used for...
transmits electrons to see a small thin sliced specimin
sem
tranmits electrons to see a 3 dimentional images
an element is
a pure substance that cannot be broken down chemically
covalent bond
forms when two atoms share one or more pairs of electrons--H20
ionic bond
postitive and negative electrical charges attract each other. NaCl---IONIC.
Hydroxide ion
Oh-
Hydronium
H3O+
Base(ALKALINE)
More hyrdox then hyrdron
Polar
and uneven pattern of charge
Cohesion
an attractive force between like particles
adhesion
attractive force between unlike
organic compounds
contain carbon atoms that covalently bonded to other carbon atoms and other atoms as well
Hooke came up with the...
cell theory
ribosomess...
organizes the synthesis of proteins
Endplasmic Reticulum
prepares protein for export
Vacuole
store enzymes and metabolic wastes
what 3 organelles have a double membrane
mitochndria, chloroplasts and the nucleus
diffusion
movement of molecules from an area high to low
osmosis
low to high concentration
hypotonic
when the concentration outside is lower than inside the cyto.
hypertonic
when the concenration outside is higher than inside the cyto
passive trans..
diffusion. osmosis, facilitated diffusion, ion channels
active trans
sodium potassium pmp, endocytosis and exocytosis
pino...phago
pino.-fluid. phago-eat
photosynthesis
electron transport, chemiosmosis, calvin cycle,
cellular respiration
glycolysis, fermentation
Calvin cycle produces
Rubp
glycolysis produces
pyruvic acid
if oxygen is absent glycolysis goes to...
fermentation
if oxygen is present glycolysis goes to
aerobic respiration
the krebs cycle makes
citric acid