How do muscles move the skeleton? Contract
How may possible gametes with A/A? one
What process is blocked by operons/prokaryotes? Transcription What is the least involved in translation? DNA
In the picture of muscle contraction, know what bands decrease in size and which ones stay the same. When the muscle contracts the sarcomere gets smaller and the area between myosin filaments. What are the net products of glycolysis? ATP, NADH, Pyruvic Acid What are the net products of cellular respiration? CO2, ATP, and H2O (select the best answer that contains these. Some answers might contain two of these and then something from the Calvin Cycle) What is the relationship between DNA, chromosomes, and genes? Chromosomes contain genes which are made up of DNA The message being sent reaches the target cells only because of their receptors. If the message is lipid soluble and goes through the membrane, it attaches to the inter-membrane receptors. How do we know that certain vibrations are sound? I put that there is a certain part of our brain that processes it. The other answers didn’t look as good. I may be wrong though. How many nucleotides in a codon? 3
What do our cells have the prokaryotes do not? Endoplasmic Reticulum was the answer on mine, but it is any membrane-bound organelle Know the diagram with the horizontal cells, amacrine cells, ganglion cells, and bipolar cells. Know the functions of all of these. It is about three questions in true and false form. The image (50.17) on page 1096. Bipolar cells – receives the information from several rods and cones Ganglion cells – gathers input in several bipolar cells
Horizontal and amacrine cells – intergrate information across the retina The diagram goes from right to left it is ganglion cells (yellow), Amacrine cells(blue), bipolar cells(pink), and Horizontal cells(Purple). True- horizontal cells are responsible for intergrationFalse – amocrine cells are resoponsable for amplification The non-covalent attraction...
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