Flashcards in Quiz 1 Deck (19)
Give one example of a prokaryotic organism.
Describe two differences between a prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell.
1. Mammalian cells are eukaryotic.
2. Eukaryotic cells have a nucleus.
T/F Cilia is an organelle only found on a Eukaryotic cell and is used by the cell for locomotion.
A law is best described as...
...A hypothesis or theory that is tested repeatedly with the same results and thought to be without exception.
Component of most protein
Positive ion for extracellular tissue
Component of all protein and nucleic acid
Necessary for cellular energy
How many elements occur in nature?
A hypothesis is a ...
...Statement or idea that describes or attempts to explain observable info.
An experiment is ...
...A controlled testing of the properties of a substance or system through carefully recorded measurements.
A theory ...
...Predicts the outcome of new testing based on past experimental data.
Changing of matter is called
Subatomic and exist in the core of an atom
Subatomic with a positive charge
Are found in the nucleus
Atoms are ...
...smallest particle "not divided"
Solids have a ...
Definite shape and volume
Physical properties have ...
Color, form, density
There are two types of mixtures, what are they?
Heterogeneous - where you can see the different components of the mixture.
Homogeneous - where the mixture appears to be uniform. Solutions are homogeneous mixtures.