Flashcards in Intro to Biology Deck (42)
Male peacocks have colorful tail fewthers and female peacocks do not.
A gardener accidentally produces an orange flower by mating yellow flowers.
Output of the light-dependant reaction of photosynthesis
Which molecule is input to Calvin-Benson Cycle
Stage of cellular respiration which releases carbon dioxide as a product
Electron transport chain
Stage of cellular respiration which uses the most energy and produces the most ATP molecules
What metabolic process do fast twitch muscle fibers carry out?
Feementation uses sugar in the absence of
Negative charge and found in the shell of an atom
When one atom transfers an electron to another
Atom shares and electron with another
Substance found in ATP
Initial step of glycolisis
Energy is being released from ATP to power the conversion of glucose
A polymer consisting of 358 amino acids linked together covalently
A molecule consisting of a chain of glucose monomers linked together- what is its function
To store energy
A cell is currently dividing, the two new daughter cells will be haploid, but the DNA they contain is still replicated. Chromosomes have seperated but have not yet begun the second round of division
Homologus pairs of chromosomes have seperated into two cells. Sister chromatids in each cell have not yet lined up in the middle of the cell
Cell division that results in sex cells
Sister chromatids separate
Both meiosis and mitosis
Dna structure: The centromere at the center keeps DNA lined up at the cell's equator
Metaphase to Anaphase
Sister chromatids are aligned along the center of the cell then pulled apart into seperate chromatids
Sister chromatids are being separated and moving towards opposite poles of the cell
Organic molecule present in chromosomes that contain hereditary material passed from one generation to the next
A cell has divided its chromosomes into two nuclei. The cytoskeleton of the cell is currently pinching the cell in the middle form tow new cells.
Histones during S phase
Organize and help unwind DNA so the replication enzymes can access it
Locomotion and sensing