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Blastula
An animal embryo after the cleavage stage, consisting of a hollow, fluid filled ball of cells. The structure of the blastula depends on the structure of the original egg.
Blood Type
A person's blood type depends on the presence or absence of type A or type B carbohydrates on the surface on the red blood cells.
Carcinogen
An substance or agent that causes cancer.
Cell-Cycle
An ordered sequence of events in the life of a dividing eukaryotic cell, composed of mitosis and interphase growth and DNA synthesis phases G1, S, and G2 cellulose.
Cellulose
A complex carbohydrate, commonly found in plants.
Centriole
A structure in animal cells and some others composed of cylinders of nine triplet microtubules in a ring; helps organize microtubule assembly during cell division.
Alimentary Canal
The passage through the body for digesting food and ejecting waste.
Allele
One of two or more forms of a gene.
Alternation of Generations
Life that includes sexual and asexual reproduction and the characteristics of plants, algae, ect.
Amino Acid
an organic compound composed of a central cabon atom to which are bonded to a hydrogen atom. An amino acid, acid group and a variety of other atoms. Are the building blocks of proteins.
Amphibians
Cold blooded vertebrates has gilled aquatic larva and air breathing adults.
Anaphase
The stage of mitosis and meiosis in which the chromosomes move toward the poles of the ____.
Animal Cell Cytokenisis
They cytoplasmic changes accompanying meitosis, splits in two.
Animalia
Kingdom of animals that are heterotrophic, multicellular eukaryotes that develop in embryos.