Flashcards in VI, XVI Deck (17):
What is a sarcomere?
A contractile unit of fibers
Where are sarcomeres located?
The initiation of contraction can be described as
The depolarization of a neuron leads to an action potential.
What builds bone?
What breaks down bone?
How does the process of bone reformation occur?
Inorganic ions are absorbed through the blood for use in bones.
Bone degradation is also called
When degradation occurs:
Inorganic ions are released into the blood.
Stable Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium mean that the population has which characteristics?
No mutations, large population, random mating, no net migration, and equal reproductive success.
p squared is:
The frequency of dominant homozygotes
Frequency of recessive allele.
Frequency of heterozygotes
q squared is:
Frequency of recessive homozygotes.