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Midterm Exam!!

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3.maintaining internal conditions regardless of surroundings
4.type of protein that binds to specific reactant molecules
6.bond between 2 atoms that share e-
8.Dark reaction produces sugars
10.max # org. an ecosystem can support
13.uncontrolled division of cells
15.how plants obtain energy
19.attraction of water to another substance
21.absorb green and blue, reflect red, orange and yellow
23.rely on other org. for food - are consumers
25.microorganism that performs anaerobic respiration
26.a density-dependent factor
28.only lets certain things in/out
31.solution with more particles outside the cell than inside
32.cancerous cells that spread
34.make own food from sunlight
36.Made up of genes which make up DNA
38.all conditions in which an org. lives and how it uses those conditions
40.smallest unit that can't be broken down by chemical means
44.the energy currency of the cell
45.substance in which the solute is dissolved
46.first 3 phases of the cell cycle are collectively called
48.long chains of polypeptides
50.when a substance is made of only one kind of atom
51.substance that is dissolved
53."name tags" of the membrane
54.reaction – releases free energy
55.cells that have 2 of each type of chromosome are called
56.starch chains are broken down and stored as this
57.Transport - uses energy
58.extra chromosome in a 2n cell
59.same solute concentration inside and outside the cell
1.transport proteins help molecules pass through the membrane
2.sequence of growth and division
5.simplest form of cell division is done by bacteria
7.composed of C, H, O in a 1:2:1 ratio
9.enzyme that makes ATP
11.bond forms between 2 atoms of opposite charge
12.when water clings to itself
14.the 22 pairs that are NOT sex chromosomes
16.pumps 2 K+ in and 3 Na+ out
17.transport that does not use energy
18.produced in glycolysis
20.more than one population in a defined area
22.movement of water across a selectively permeable membrane in response to a high solute concentration
24.replacement of one kind of community by another in a single place over a long period of time
27.repeating series of rxns that produces ATP, e- carriers, and CO2
29.changes in an organism’s genetic material
30.chromatids are joined in the center by this
33.2C fragment is attached to a coenzyme
34.enzyme that changes shape due to a signal molecule
35.weak bond that links molecules
37.protien that helps cell sense its surroundings
39.proteins that move substances into or out of the cell that would not otherwise cross the membrane
41.solution with more particles inside the cell than outside
42.movement of particles form areas of high concentration to low concentration
43.this is what we can't break down in plants
47.contain chlorophyll
49.study of interactions among organisms and between them and their surroundings
52.cells that only have 1 of each type of chromosome are called

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