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HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW IT?. Turn Litmus Blue. Base. Has Nucleus. Eukaryotic. Genetic Material. DNA/RNA. Turn Litmus Red. Acid. No Nucleus. Prokaryotic. Two diploid identical daughter cells. Mitosis. Energy/ATP. Mitochondria. Resistant to forming compounds. Noble Gas. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW IT!

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW IT?TurnLitmus Blue

BaseHas NucleusEukaryoticGenetic Material DNA/RNATurnLitmus Red

AcidNo NucleusProkaryoticTwo diploid identical daughter cellsMitosisEnergy/ATP

MitochondriaResistant to forming compoundsNoble GasFour haploid daughter gametesMeiosisWater

PolarPure substanceElement Heat Transfer by touchConductionPlant has __________ to make energy from sunlight Chloroplast

High ViscosityPours slowlyHeat transfer through Liquid/gasConvectionC6H12O6 + O2 CO2 + H2O + ATPRespiration

Low ViscosityPours QuicklyHeat transfer through space Radiation CO2 + H2OC6H12O6 + O2

Photosynthesis

Flagella Movement

Lose/DonateElectronsMetalsForceXDistanceWorkAGTCATCAGTDNA Gain/Accept ElectronsNonmetalsMassVolumeDensity

AGUCA RNAReactants MassEqualsProducts MassLaw of Conservation of MassNeutral pH

pH 7 (H2O)Make copy of DNAReplicationExchanges gases (carbon dioxide & oxygen)Respiratory SystemAcidic pH

pH 1-6 (H+)Breaks downnutrients for absorptionDigestive SystemOvaries and testes Reproductive SystemBasic pH

pH 8-14 (OH-)Produces red blood cells and supports body

Skeletal SystemAllows movement of bodyMuscular SystemCommensalism

One animal benefits; no harm to other

HormonesEndocrine SystemNot living; must reproduce in living cellsVirusBoth organisms benefitMutualism

Hemoglobin, transports oxygen to body cellsCirculatory System

Change in nucleotide baseMutationParasitism

One animal benefits; harm done to other animalQuicksignals sent to cells to create a body responseNervous SystemGets energy eating only plantsHerbivoresOne animal benefits; other animal diesPredationIntegumentary SystemSkinHair NailsGet energy eating only animalsCarnivoresTranscription

RNA madeAffected if T-Cellsattacked by virus Immune SystemOmnivoresGets energy eating both plants and animalsProtein synthesisTranslation

KidneysBladderUreterUrethraExcretory SystemGets energy from sunProducers