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Biology Bingo!

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You'll review and learn biology HSA terms.

Created Date 05.14.15
Last Updated 05.14.15
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  • A preference for a particular result or outcome
  • The variable the scientist chooses to change
  • The variable measured based on an independent variable
  • An educated guess in the form of If...Then...
  • Autotrophic, multicellular, eukaryotic organisms
  • Autotrophic or heterotrophic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms
  • Autotrophic or heterotrophic, mostly unicellular, eukaryotic organ
  • Unit to measure mass
  • Nutrient cycle relying heavily on bacteria
  • Role photosynthesis plays in the carbon cycle
  • Organsims that make own food (autrotrophic) from inorganic compounds or material
  • Tool used to measure volume
  • .0006 written in scientific notation
  • Relation between organisms where one benefits while the other isn't positively or negatively affected
  • Temperature, presciptiation, and air quality factors in the environment
  • Variety of species in an environment
  • Ecological change in a community
  • Organism that breaks down organic material
  • Organism feeding on plants and animals
  • Also known an autotroph, makes it's own food
  • Also known as heterotroph, relies on others for food
  • Role of an organism in its ecosystem
  • Ultimate source of energy in a food web
  • Compound not containing 2 or more carbons
  • Species not normally found in an area that impacts or changes an ecosystem
  • Level with the most available energy
  • Level containingthe least biomass - population of the lowest numbers
  • Molecule with an uneven distribution of charges
  • Water molecules attracted to molecules unlike itself
  • Acidic pH range
  • Building blocks of carbohydrates
  • Main function of lipids
  • Carbohydrate found in plant cell walls
  • Building block of nucleic acids
  • RNA molecule that transfers the message to the ribosome
  • Building blocks of proteins
  • Nitrogen base only found in RNA
  • Proteins that speed up chemical reactions
  • Essential for wound healing
  • Essential for blood clotting
  • Cell organelle where cellular respiration takes place
  • Cell organelle where photosynthesis takes place
  • Organelle that holds genetic information
  • Regulates which substances enter or exit the cell
  • Diffusion of water
  • Organelle that makes protein
  • Small hair-like structures involved in movement
  • Produced by meiosis
  • Cell type with no nucleus
  • Bacterial asexual reproduction
  • Asexual reproduction resulting in 2 unequal sized cells
  • Asexual reproduction allowing muticellular organisms to grow and repair
  • Product of fertilization
  • Segment of DNA that codes for a protein
  • Genotype made up of a dominant and recessive allele
  • Example of a sex-linked trait
  • Step in protein synthesis taking place in the nucleus to form mRNA from DNA
  • Step in protein synthesis taking place in the ribosome to form protein from mRNA
  • Change in a DNA sequence
  • Cutting a gene out of one organism using restriciton enzymes and inserting it into the genome of another
  • Differences among organisms
  • Differences among organixms allowing for enhanced survival and reproduction
  • Survival of the fittest
  • Anatomical parts with different structures but same function
  • Body system responsible for transporting nutrients and waste
  • System responsible for feedback
  • Body system that controls reflexes
  • A flower's function