Inquiry Into Life (16th Edition) - 16th Edition - by Sylvia S. Mader, Michael Windelspecht - ISBN 9781260231700
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Inquiry Into Life (16th Edition)
16th Edition
Sylvia S. Mader, Michael Windelspecht
Publisher: McGraw Hill Education
ISBN: 9781260231700

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The sexual reproduction includes the process of gametogenesis in which two sexually different...Homeostasis is considered as an important characteristic of life as all body functions take place...• Oxygen and glucose concentration are higher in the blood, which must diffuse out of the cells...The linear arrangement of amino acids by peptide bonds is the primary structure of the protein. The...Structure Carbohydrates are naturally occurring compounds which are composed of carbon, hydrogen,...In cellular respiration, oxygen is used in glycolysis, Krebs cycle and electron transport chain. 1)...The type of molecules can diffuse across the plasma membrane. Hydrophobic molecules Non-polar and...Active transport uses energy to move molecules against a concentration gradient. The cytosol of...The exteroceptors are the receptors, which provide information about the external stimuli. These...There are two major processes by which the metabolism takes place –catabolism and anabolism....Cholesterol - C27H46O It is a steroid that has four linked hydrocarbon rings and hydrocarbon tail...The haploid cells derived from each parent, which unite to produce the diploid zygote, are known as...An animal is multicellular organism and contains a diploid number of chromosomes, which is each...DNA: DNA is present in all living organisms and in some viruses. DNA is made up of the ribose sugar,...Homologous chromosomes can be defined as a set of 1 maternal and 1 paternal chromosome, which is...The nucleotides constituting the DNA and RNA are made up of three parts: I. Nitrogenous Base: The...Nucleic acids are polymers of similar subunits known as nucleotides. A nucleotide is composed of...Difference between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells is: Eukaryotic Cells Prokaryotic cells Have true...The prokaryotes refer to organisms that lack a well-defined nucleus and other membrane-bound...The most important feature of the domain Eukarya is the presence of a membrane-bound nucleus that...Cell wall The presence of a cell wall in plant cells distinguishes them from animal cells. It is a...Living organisms are classified into five kingdoms- Prokaryote, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and...Fossil record support the evolutionary theory, for example approximately 2000 species of flies...According to the study of the processes of mind, stimuli are received and perceived by an organism...The different forms of energy are as follows: • Kinetic energy generates through the motion of the...There are six basic or main elements that are required for life and they are carbon, hydrogen,...The adaptation of leaves are as follows: In xerophytic habitats, the leaves are fleshy and thick...The most recent period, the Cretaceous-Paleocene extinction event, that occurred 66 million years...

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