biology Crossword Puzzles

DNA SYNTHESIS 2018-01-05

DNA SYNTHESIS crossword puzzle
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  1. biology
  2. genetics
  3. biology
  4. genetics
  5. genetics
  6. genetics
  7. biology
  8. biology
  9. genetics
  10. biology
  11. genetics
  12. biology
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  1. genetics
  2. biology
  3. biology
  4. genetics
  5. genetics
  6. genetics
  7. biology
  8. genetics
  9. biology

21 Clues: biologybiologybiologybiologybiologybiologybiologybiologybiologybiologygeneticsgeneticsgeneticsgeneticsgeneticsgeneticsgeneticsgeneticsgeneticsgeneticsgenetics

quiz 1 2018-12-17

quiz 1 crossword puzzle
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  1. architecture para
  2. architecture found
  3. architecture, sur
  4. biology, dict
  5. education, language
  6. architecture, strcut
  7. education, ceive
  8. architecture, mol
  9. biology, consumption
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  1. biology, gen
  2. education, method
  3. history, volut
  4. history, migra
  5. biology, lect/lig
  6. education, task
  7. history, heri
  8. education, liter
  9. biology, adapt
  10. history, year
  11. history, origin

20 Clues: biology, genhistory, heribiology, dicthistory, yearhistory, voluthistory, migrabiology, adapteducation, taskhistory, origineducation, litereducation, ceiveeducation, methodarchitecture parabiology, lect/ligarchitecture, surarchitecture, molarchitecture foundeducation, languagearchitecture, strcutbiology, consumption

Bio Department 2020-08-16

Bio Department crossword puzzle
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  1. Always initiating novel ways to excite one another
  2. Just the dude
  3. The quick elimination of harmful elements that might affect productivity of the Biology Department
  4. Connoisseur of Life & Consumer of Wanderlust
  5. Never lacking. Also aqueous and vitreous
  6. Biology Department is the core from which all love for Biology emanates from.
  7. What don't kill ya makes ya stronger
  8. the feeling of enthusiasm they derived from one another. Also the process of breathing in.
  9. The pillar of our collective strength
  10. similar mindsets alluding to the Lock and Key hypothesis
  11. What Tina Turner will say to the Biology Department
  12. Consistently displaying astute levels of performance in daily routines
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  1. the freeflow exchange of passion
  2. Promoter of Camaraderie & Purveyor of Positivity
  3. Energy level of Biology Department
  4. the tapestry woven from the combination of powers in Biology Department
  5. Repetitions make Biology Department predicts the outcome of the Future more favourably
  6. Miss Excellence & Loyal Kim Gek
  7. Always determined, firm and exacting in our teaching
  8. What the Biology Department really are
  9. Distinction in this aspect
  10. The occasionally chill-out session, usually revolving around makaning
  11. Pantomath & Thirsty Seeker of Knowledge
  12. Combination of Gaia, Goodall and Greatness
  13. abundance of ATP in Biology Department

25 Clues: Just the dudeDistinction in this aspectMiss Excellence & Loyal Kim Gekthe freeflow exchange of passionEnergy level of Biology DepartmentWhat don't kill ya makes ya strongerThe pillar of our collective strengthWhat the Biology Department really areabundance of ATP in Biology DepartmentPantomath & Thirsty Seeker of Knowledge...

quiz 2 2018-12-19

quiz 2 crossword puzzle
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  1. healthcare, recycle
  2. biology talent
  3. healthcare, ~ exercise
  4. nature, soil erosion
  5. nature, atom
  6. biology, adapt
  7. nature, ~ resources
  8. healthcare, youth
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  1. biology, use
  2. healthcare, alter
  3. nature, protect/preserve
  4. biology, dict
  5. healthcare, life expectancy
  6. nature, something that will increase because of climate change
  7. biology, gene
  8. nature, something that may pollute the environment

16 Clues: biology, usenature, atombiology, dictbiology, genebiology talentbiology, adapthealthcare, alterhealthcare, youthhealthcare, recyclenature, ~ resourcesnature, soil erosionhealthcare, ~ exercisenature, protect/preservehealthcare, life expectancynature, something that may pollute the environment...

Science 2019-02-27

Science crossword puzzle
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  1. branch of biology concerned with the study of genes, genetic variation, and heredity in organisms.
  2. the branch of science concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy.
  3. biological chemistry, is the study of chemical processes within and relating to living organisms
  4. Study of insects
  5. study of all aspects of the ocean.
  6. biology interdisciplinary area of study that examines humans through the influences and interplay of many diverse fields such as genetics, evolution, physiology, anatomy, epidemiology, anthropology, ecology, nutrition, population genetics and sociocultural influences.
  7. branch of the atmospheric sciences which includes atmospheric chemistry and atmospheric physics, with a major focus on weather forecasting.
  8. One of the Branchs of biology
  9. plant biology or phytology, is the science of plant life and a branch of biology.
  10. science of behavior and mind, including conscious and unconscious phenomena, as well as feeling and thought.
  11. Study of animals
  12. branch of biology concerned with the study of the structure of organisms and their parts.
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  1. Einstein German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics.
  2. science and practice of establishing the diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and prevention of disease
  3. Study of birds
  4. science concerned with fossil animals and plants.
  5. Studies of Rocks...
  6. Darwin Famous biologist
  7. Work with chemicals
  8. branch of biology that studies the animal kingdom, including the structure, embryology, evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals, both living and extinct, and how they interact with their ecosystems.

20 Clues: Study of birdsStudy of insectsStudy of animalsStudies of Rocks...Work with chemicalsDarwin Famous biologistOne of the Branchs of biologystudy of all aspects of the ocean.science concerned with fossil animals and plants.plant biology or phytology, is the science of plant life and a branch of biology....

School Fun 2017-02-16

School Fun crossword puzzle
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  1. Lunch
  2. Sports
  3. English
  4. Biology
  5. Economics
  6. Algebra
  7. Literature
  8. Earth
  9. Computers
  10. Gym
  11. History
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  1. Cooking
  2. Bus
  3. Science
  4. Foods
  5. Walmart
  6. Chemistry
  7. Geometry
  8. Math
  9. Calculus

20 Clues: BusGymMathLunchFoodsEarthSportsCookingEnglishScienceWalmartBiologyAlgebraHistoryGeometryCalculusChemistryEconomicsComputersLiterature

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! 2019-08-26

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! crossword puzzle
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  1. This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.
  2. This professor teaches Chemistry 111 and 112 and directs a chemistry outreach program called COACH.
  3. This professor is a psychologist who until recently, served as the Director of the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS).
  4. This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime.
  5. This person is from Virginia and is the newest professor in the Department of Biology. He teaches Anatomy & Physiology.
  6. This Biology professor teaches Microbiology, Virology and Biological Foundations I. He is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-physician Assistant Club.
  7. This Biology professor teaches Anatomy and also oversees the core aquarium facility (located in the Siena building, 3rd floor) which is used by students and faculty for research and the marine biology course.
  8. This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.
  9. This person is a sociologist by training and serves as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, overseeing all of the academic units within that college, including the STEM disciplines.
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  1. This Biology professor teaches Biological Foundations II and botany and directed the undergraduate research program RISE which ended recently.
  2. This person is a former Barry Biology student who teaches Biological Foundations I and Anatomy. She is also the coordinator of ROADS, an undergraduate research club.
  3. This Biology Professor is the coordinator of the STEM Learning Community, faculty advisor for the Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS), and President of the Barry University Chapter of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society.
  4. This Biology professor conducts cancer biology research and teaches Biological Foundations II and Cell Biology.
  5. This person is an Anatomy professor and is also the faculty advisor for the Barry chapter of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), a pre-med student organization.
  6. This person is a professor in the Department of Psychology and teaches courses such as Research Methods & Analysis in Psychology I & II.
  7. This professor is the Chair of the Department of Biology. She teaches Biological Foundations I and Introduction to Microbiology this semester. She is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-vet Club.
  8. This Math & Computer Science professor teaches precalculus I and II and is also the assistant chair of that department.
  9. This Biology professor teaches the ORI 100 course for the STEM Learning Community as well as Biological Foundations I and Nutrition. She is also a co-advisor for the Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society.

18 Clues: This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime....

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! 2019-08-26

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! crossword puzzle
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  1. This Biology professor teaches Biological Foundations II and botany and directed the undergraduate research program RISE which ended recently.
  2. This professor is a psychologist who until recently, served as the Director of the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS).
  3. This Biology professor teaches the ORI 100 course for the STEM Learning Community as well as Biological Foundations I and Nutrition. She is also a co-advisor for the Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society.
  4. This person is from Virginia and is the newest professor in the Department of Biology. He teaches Anatomy & Physiology.
  5. This Biology Professor is the coordinator of the STEM Learning Community, faculty advisor for the Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS), and President of the Barry University Chapter of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society.
  6. This person is a professor in the Department of Psychology and teaches courses such as Research Methods & Analysis in Psychology I & II.
  7. This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime.
  8. This professor is the Chair of the Department of Biology. She teaches Biological Foundations I and Introduction to Microbiology this semester. She is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-vet Club.
  9. This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.
  10. This professor teaches Chemistry 111 and 112 and directs a chemistry outreach program called COACH.
  11. This Biology professor teaches Microbiology, Virology and Biological Foundations I. He is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-physician Assistant Club.
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  1. This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.
  2. This person is a former Barry Biology student who teaches Biological Foundations I and Anatomy. She is also the coordinator of ROADS, an undergraduate research club.
  3. This person is an Anatomy professor and is also the faculty advisor for the Barry chapter of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), a pre-med student organization.
  4. This person is a sociologist by training and serves as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, overseeing all of the academic units within that college, including the STEM disciplines.
  5. This Biology professor conducts cancer biology research and teaches Biological Foundations II and Cell Biology.
  6. This Math & Computer Science professor teaches precalculus I and II and is also the assistant chair of that department.
  7. This Biology professor teaches Anatomy and also oversees the core aquarium facility (located in the Siena building, 3rd floor) which is used by students and faculty for research and the marine biology course.

18 Clues: This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime....

JNVN Alumni Meet - Crossword - 2 2019-01-01

JNVN Alumni Meet - Crossword - 2 crossword puzzle
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  1. Hindi
  2. maths
  3. English
  4. History
  5. Chemistry
  6. Hindi
  7. P.E.T
  8. Hindi
  9. Physics
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  1. English
  2. maths
  3. Telugu
  4. Telugu
  5. Biology
  6. Library
  7. Biology
  8. Geography
  9. P.E.T
  10. Chemistry

19 Clues: mathsHindimathsHindiP.E.TP.E.THindiTeluguTeluguEnglishBiologyEnglishHistoryLibraryBiologyPhysicsChemistryGeographyChemistry

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! 2019-08-26

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! crossword puzzle
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  1. This Biology professor teaches Biological Foundations II and botany and directed the undergraduate research program RISE which ended recently.
  2. This professor is a psychologist who until recently, served as the Director of the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS).
  3. This Biology professor teaches the ORI 100 course for the STEM Learning Community as well as Biological Foundations I and Nutrition. She is also a co-advisor for the Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society.
  4. This person is from Virginia and is the newest professor in the Department of Biology. He teaches Anatomy & Physiology.
  5. This Biology Professor is the coordinator of the STEM Learning Community, faculty advisor for the Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS), and President of the Barry University Chapter of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society.
  6. This person is a professor in the Department of Psychology and teaches courses such as Research Methods & Analysis in Psychology I & II.
  7. This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime.
  8. This professor is the Chair of the Department of Biology. She teaches Biological Foundations I and Introduction to Microbiology this semester. She is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-vet Club.
  9. This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.
  10. This professor teaches Chemistry 111 and 112 and directs a chemistry outreach program called COACH.
  11. This Biology professor teaches Microbiology, Virology and Biological Foundations I. He is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-physician Assistant Club.
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  1. This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.
  2. This person is a former Barry Biology student who teaches Biological Foundations I and Anatomy. She is also the coordinator of ROADS, an undergraduate research club.
  3. This person is an Anatomy professor and is also the faculty advisor for the Barry chapter of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), a pre-med student organization.
  4. This person is a sociologist by training and serves as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, overseeing all of the academic units within that college, including the STEM disciplines.
  5. This Biology professor conducts cancer biology research and teaches Biological Foundations II and Cell Biology.
  6. This Math & Computer Science professor teaches precalculus I and II and is also the assistant chair of that department.
  7. This Biology professor teaches Anatomy and also oversees the core aquarium facility (located in the Siena building, 3rd floor) which is used by students and faculty for research and the marine biology course.

18 Clues: This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime....

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! 2019-08-26

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! crossword puzzle
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  1. This person is a professor in the Department of Psychology and teaches courses such as Research Methods & Analysis in Psychology I & II.
  2. This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.
  3. This person is an Anatomy professor and is also the faculty advisor for the Barry chapter of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), a pre-med student organization.
  4. This Biology professor teaches Microbiology, Virology and Biological Foundations I. He is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-physician Assistant Club.
  5. This professor is the Chair of the Department of Biology. She teaches Biological Foundations I and Introduction to Microbiology this semester. She is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-vet Club.
  6. This person is a sociologist by training and serves as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, overseeing all of the academic units within that college, including the STEM disciplines.
  7. This Biology professor teaches the ORI 100 course for the STEM Learning Community as well as Biological Foundations I and Nutrition. She is also a co-advisor for the Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society.
  8. This professor is a psychologist who until recently, served as the Director of the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS).
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  1. This Biology Professor is the coordinator of the STEM Learning Community, faculty advisor for the Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS), and President of the Barry University Chapter of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society.
  2. This Biology professor teaches Biological Foundations II and botany and directed the undergraduate research program RISE which ended recently.
  3. This person is a former Barry Biology student who teaches Biological Foundations I and Anatomy. She is also the coordinator of ROADS, an undergraduate research club.
  4. This Math & Computer Science professor teaches precalculus I and II and is also the assistant chair of that department.
  5. This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.
  6. This professor teaches Chemistry 111 and 112 and directs a chemistry outreach program called COACH.
  7. This Biology professor conducts cancer biology research and teaches Biological Foundations II and Cell Biology.
  8. This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime.
  9. This person is from Virginia and is the newest professor in the Department of Biology. He teaches Anatomy & Physiology.
  10. This Biology professor teaches Anatomy and also oversees the core aquarium facility (located in the Siena building, 3rd floor) which is used by students and faculty for research and the marine biology course.

18 Clues: This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime....

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! 2019-08-26

Get to Know Your STEM Professors! crossword puzzle
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  1. This person is an Anatomy professor and is also the faculty advisor for the Barry chapter of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), a pre-med student organization.
  2. This Biology professor teaches Biological Foundations II and botany and directed the undergraduate research program RISE which ended recently.
  3. This person is a former Barry Biology student who teaches Biological Foundations I and Anatomy. She is also the coordinator of ROADS, an undergraduate research club.
  4. This person is from Virginia and is the newest professor in the Department of Biology. He teaches Anatomy & Physiology.
  5. This Biology professor conducts cancer biology research and teaches Biological Foundations II and Cell Biology.
  6. This Biology professor teaches the ORI 100 course for the STEM Learning Community as well as Biological Foundations I and Nutrition. She is also a co-advisor for the Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society.
  7. This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.
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  1. This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.
  2. This professor is the Chair of the Department of Biology. She teaches Biological Foundations I and Introduction to Microbiology this semester. She is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-vet Club.
  3. This person is a professor in the Department of Psychology and teaches courses such as Research Methods & Analysis in Psychology I & II.
  4. This Biology professor teaches Microbiology, Virology and Biological Foundations I. He is also the faculty advisor for the Pre-physician Assistant Club.
  5. This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime.
  6. This professor teaches Chemistry 111 and 112 and directs a chemistry outreach program called COACH.
  7. This Biology professor teaches Anatomy and also oversees the core aquarium facility (located in the Siena building, 3rd floor) which is used by students and faculty for research and the marine biology course.
  8. This Math & Computer Science professor teaches precalculus I and II and is also the assistant chair of that department.
  9. This Biology Professor is the coordinator of the STEM Learning Community, faculty advisor for the Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS), and President of the Barry University Chapter of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society.
  10. This person is a sociologist by training and serves as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, overseeing all of the academic units within that college, including the STEM disciplines.
  11. This professor is a psychologist who until recently, served as the Director of the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS).

18 Clues: This Chemistry professor teaches Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.This professor teaches College Chemistry I and II and is fondly known as Ms. T. by her students.This Biology professor has been at Barry for 27 years. She teaches Anatomy and Biology of Crime....

14 Biology Careers 2013-10-13

14 Biology  Careers crossword puzzle
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  1. biology the study of the natural world especially parts affected by humans.
  2. study of insects
  3. The study of animals
  4. biology The study of ocean ecosystems, plants, animals, and other living things
  5. the study of biology through the means of engineering.
  6. the study of the mechanics of living things
  7. the study of reptiles
  8. The study of biology through the chemical reactions required for life to exist
  9. the study of fish
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  1. Biology the study of processes through which an organism develops
  2. study of animal behavior
  3. The study of plant diseases.
  4. Biology the study of preservation, protection, or restoration of the natural environment.
  5. the study of biology processes through physics.

14 Clues: study of insectsthe study of fishThe study of animalsthe study of reptilesstudy of animal behaviorThe study of plant diseases.the study of the mechanics of living thingsthe study of biology processes through physics.the study of biology through the means of engineering.Biology the study of processes through which an organism develops...

All crossword about cell biology 2020-01-13

All crossword about cell biology crossword puzzle
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  1. is interconnected to other fields such as genetics,
  2. how cells function, ultimately giving insight into
  3. such as cell culture, various types of microscopy,
  4. such as cancer, and other diseases. Research in cell
  5. structure and function of the cell, also known
  6. many sub-topics which may include the study of cell
  7. The study of cells is performed using several
  8. biology is a branch of biology that studies
  9. the basic unit of life Cell biology encompasses
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  1. while also being essential for research in biomedical
  2. and how cells work is fundamental to all biological
  3. being used for discoveries and research pertaining
  4. prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and can be divided
  5. larger organisms. Knowing the components of
  6. cell communication, cell cycle, and cell
  7. and cytochemistry.
  8. genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, medical microbiology,
  9. cell fractionation. These have allowed for and are

18 Clues: and cytochemistry.cell communication, cell cycle, and celllarger organisms. Knowing the components ofbiology is a branch of biology that studiesThe study of cells is performed using severalstructure and function of the cell, also knownthe basic unit of life Cell biology encompassesbeing used for discoveries and research pertaining...

All crossword about cell biology 2020-01-13

All crossword about cell biology crossword puzzle
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  1. is interconnected to other fields such as genetics,
  2. how cells function, ultimately giving insight into
  3. such as cell culture, various types of microscopy,
  4. such as cancer, and other diseases. Research in cell
  5. structure and function of the cell, also known
  6. many sub-topics which may include the study of cell
  7. The study of cells is performed using several
  8. biology is a branch of biology that studies
  9. the basic unit of life Cell biology encompasses
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  1. while also being essential for research in biomedical
  2. and how cells work is fundamental to all biological
  3. being used for discoveries and research pertaining
  4. prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and can be divided
  5. larger organisms. Knowing the components of
  6. cell communication, cell cycle, and cell
  7. and cytochemistry.
  8. genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, medical microbiology,
  9. cell fractionation. These have allowed for and are

18 Clues: and cytochemistry.cell communication, cell cycle, and celllarger organisms. Knowing the components ofbiology is a branch of biology that studiesThe study of cells is performed using severalstructure and function of the cell, also knownthe basic unit of life Cell biology encompassesbeing used for discoveries and research pertaining...

All crossword about cell biology 2020-01-13

All crossword about cell biology crossword puzzle
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  1. is interconnected to other fields such as genetics,
  2. how cells function, ultimately giving insight into
  3. such as cell culture, various types of microscopy,
  4. such as cancer, and other diseases. Research in cell
  5. structure and function of the cell, also known
  6. many sub-topics which may include the study of cell
  7. The study of cells is performed using several
  8. biology is a branch of biology that studies
  9. the basic unit of life Cell biology encompasses
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  1. while also being essential for research in biomedical
  2. and how cells work is fundamental to all biological
  3. being used for discoveries and research pertaining
  4. prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and can be divided
  5. larger organisms. Knowing the components of
  6. cell communication, cell cycle, and cell
  7. and cytochemistry.
  8. genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, medical microbiology,
  9. cell fractionation. These have allowed for and are

18 Clues: and cytochemistry.cell communication, cell cycle, and celllarger organisms. Knowing the components ofbiology is a branch of biology that studiesThe study of cells is performed using severalstructure and function of the cell, also knownthe basic unit of life Cell biology encompassesbeing used for discoveries and research pertaining...

Lista de Vocabulario 2020-02-06

Lista de Vocabulario crossword puzzle
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  1. optional
  2. math
  3. themaleteacher
  4. gradelevel,level
  5. health
  6. biology
  7. chemistry
  8. spanish
  9. art
  10. english
  11. eigth
  12. bathroom
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  1. first
  2. literature
  3. class
  4. geography
  5. biology
  6. languages
  7. fourth
  8. fifth
  9. physics
  10. calculus
  11. history
  12. popular
  13. music
  14. sixth
  15. choir
  16. big
  17. seventh

29 Clues: artbigmathfirstclassfifthmusicsixthchoireigthfourthhealthbiologyphysicsbiologyhistoryspanishpopularenglishseventhoptionalcalculusbathroomgeographylanguageschemistryliteraturethemaleteachergradelevel,level

Lista de Vocabulario 2020-02-06

Lista de Vocabulario crossword puzzle
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  1. optional
  2. math
  3. themaleteacher
  4. gradelevel,level
  5. health
  6. biology
  7. chemistry
  8. spanish
  9. art
  10. english
  11. eigth
  12. bathroom
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  1. first
  2. literature
  3. class
  4. geography
  5. biology
  6. languages
  7. fourth
  8. fifth
  9. physics
  10. calculus
  11. history
  12. popular
  13. music
  14. sixth
  15. choir
  16. big
  17. seventh

29 Clues: artbigmathfirstclassfifthmusicsixthchoireigthfourthhealthbiologyphysicsbiologyhistoryspanishpopularenglishseventhoptionalcalculusbathroomgeographylanguageschemistryliteraturethemaleteachergradelevel,level

Lista de Vocabulario 2020-02-06

Lista de Vocabulario crossword puzzle
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  1. optional
  2. math
  3. themaleteacher
  4. gradelevel,level
  5. health
  6. biology
  7. chemistry
  8. spanish
  9. art
  10. english
  11. eigth
  12. bathroom
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  1. first
  2. literature
  3. class
  4. geography
  5. biology
  6. languages
  7. fourth
  8. fifth
  9. physics
  10. calculus
  11. history
  12. popular
  13. music
  14. sixth
  15. choir
  16. big
  17. seventh

29 Clues: artbigmathfirstclassfifthmusicsixthchoireigthfourthhealthbiologyphysicsbiologyhistoryspanishpopularenglishseventhoptionalcalculusbathroomgeographylanguageschemistryliteraturethemaleteachergradelevel,level

Biology 2013-09-18

Biology crossword puzzle
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  1. a fluid filled organelle that stores enzymes or water. This has to do with biology because it stores
  2. having only one cell. This has to do with iology because we hav ebeen learning cells for the past couple months
  3. part of the small intestine This is related to biology because it is located in your body
  4. Has a trunk
  5. the production of offspring. This has to do with biology because animals play an important role in the study of living things
  6. an educated guess to the question of your experiment
  7. powerhouse of the cell, organelle that is the site of ATP (energy) production. They have to do with biology because it part of a cell.
  8. The study of heredity and the variation of inherited characteristics
  9. Likes to chase mice
  10. The action or process of adapting or being adapted
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  1. preventing substances from passing or diffusing through. Pores are the smallest and it is very selective. This has to do with biolgy because it has to do with diffusion
  2. microscopic animals that swim or drift near the surface of aquatic environments. Zooplankton have to do with biology because it it part of the food chain.
  3. Surgical removal of a section or layer of the cornea, usually performed using a laser to correct myopia.
  4. the organelle that contains the DNA and controls the processes of the cell. The nucleus has to do with biology because it contains the DNA
  5. A member of a large group of unicellular microorganisms lacking organelles and an organized nucleus, including some that can cause disease
  6. a group of Antibiotics that inhibit DNA gyrase This is related to biology becasue DNA is always used in biology
  7. Any of a class of sugars whose molecules contain two monosaccharide residues
  8. Flying mammal
  9. Man's best friend
  10. All the inhabitants of a particular town, area, or country
  11. Genetically related
  12. a class of individuals having some common characteristics or qualities; distinct sort or kind
  13. Large marsupial
  14. electromagnetic radiation of short cavelength produced when high-speed slectrons stricke a solid target
  15. The power to influence or direct people's behavior

25 Clues: Has a trunkFlying mammalLarge marsupialMan's best friendGenetically relatedLikes to chase miceThe power to influence or direct people's behaviorThe action or process of adapting or being adaptedan educated guess to the question of your experimentAll the inhabitants of a particular town, area, or country...

School subjects 2017-06-15

School subjects crossword puzzle
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  1. languages
  2. art
  3. information-technology
  4. history
  5. sports
  6. maths
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  1. biology
  2. music
  3. geography
  4. chemistry
  5. literature
  6. science
  7. metalwork
  8. cooking
  9. physics

15 Clues: artmusicmathssportsbiologysciencecookingphysicshistorylanguagesgeographychemistrymetalworkliteratureinformation-technology

All Crossword About Biology 2020-01-13

All Crossword About Biology crossword puzzle
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  1. gradual increase in the complexity of the system
  2. test the validity of proposed theories and understand
  3. mathematical methods to formulate quantitative models
  4. from non-living matter about 4 billion years ago
  5. as homeostasis
  6. recognizes the cell as the basic unit of life genes
  7. processes molecular interactions physiological
  8. of the science there are certain unifying
  9. development and evolution Despite the
  10. mechanisms underlying life and how it appeared and
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  1. open systems that survive by transforming energy and decreasing
  2. the creation and extinction of species Living organisms
  3. organisms including their physical structure
  4. experimental biology performs empirical experiments
  5. of biology are defined by the research methods
  6. the basic unit of heredity and evolution as the engine that
  7. local entropy to maintain stable and vital condition
  8. and the kind of system studied: theoretical biology
  9. is the natural science that studies life and
  10. that consolidate it into single coherent field

20 Clues: as homeostasisdevelopment and evolution Despite theof the science there are certain unifyingis the natural science that studies life andorganisms including their physical structureof biology are defined by the research methodsgradual increase in the complexity of the systemfrom non-living matter about 4 billion years ago...

Chapter 1 - The Science of Biology 2020-09-16

Chapter 1 - The Science of Biology crossword puzzle
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  1. the relatively constant internal physical and chemical conditions that organisms maintain
  2. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on all forms of life are tied to a common beginning 3.5 billion years ago
  3. the group in an experiment that is exposed to the same conditions as the experiment group except for one independent variable
  4. evidence; information gathered from observations
  5. numbers found by counting or measuring
  6. one of four scientific attitudes that cause scientists to ask questions based on observations
  7. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on all organisms are made up of cells
  8. the study of life
  9. an experiment in which only one variable is changed
  10. a possible explanation for a set of observations or a possible answer to a scientific question
  11. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on living things carry information written in a universal genetic code in their DNA and is passed from generation to generation
  12. a process of noticing and describing events or processes in a careful, orderly world
  13. an organized way of gathering and analyzing evidence about the natural world
  14. a signal to which an organism responds
  15. describe things that cannot be counted
  16. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on making observations, creating questions, and performing experiments to explain the natural world
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  1. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on all living things reproduce
  2. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on each major group of living things has evolved its own set of body parts
  3. one of four scientific attitudes that cause scientists to question existing ideas and hypotheses
  4. one of four scientific attitudes that helps scientists to design experiments that provide good data
  5. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on all life comes in a huge amount of different forms, but yet all are similar at the molecular level
  6. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on all forms of life on Earth are connected into the biosphere
  7. every organism has a certain pattern of ______ and ________.
  8. one of four scientific attitudes that explains why scientists are willing to accept new ideas that they may not agree with
  9. one of 10 big ideas in biology; focuses on life needs matter that serves as nutrients to build body parts and energy that fuels the body
  10. the part of the Earth in which life exists, including water, land and air or atmosphere
  11. a well-tested explanation that unifies a broad range of observations and hypotheses and enables scientists to make accurate predictions about new situations
  12. a particular preference or point of view that is personal, rather than scientific
  13. deoxyribonucleic acid; the genetic material organisms inherit from their parents
  14. the combination of chemical reactions through which an organism builds up or breaks down material

30 Clues: the study of lifenumbers found by counting or measuringa signal to which an organism respondsdescribe things that cannot be countedevidence; information gathered from observationsan experiment in which only one variable is changedevery organism has a certain pattern of ______ and ________....

Mol Bio intro 2020-01-20

Mol Bio intro crossword puzzle
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  1. coined the term molecular biology
  2. and Monad- gene expression
  3. replication
  4. X-ray diffraction
  5. Mcleod and McCarty- DNA as genetic material
  6. model organism
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  1. laws of heredity
  2. and Chase- DNA of viruses
  3. Salmon sperm DNA
  4. chromosomes and heredity
  5. complementarity of DNA
  6. triplet code of life
  7. biology- study of molecules
  8. Helicall structure of DNA
  9. and Crick- central dogma of Biology
  10. and Tatum- relationship between genes and proteins

16 Clues: replicationmodel organismlaws of hereditySalmon sperm DNAX-ray diffractiontriplet code of lifecomplementarity of DNAchromosomes and heredityand Chase- DNA of virusesHelicall structure of DNAand Monad- gene expressionbiology- study of moleculescoined the term molecular biologyand Crick- central dogma of Biology...

Jet Lance Sy 9-A 2018-06-21

Jet Lance Sy 9-A crossword puzzle
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  1. The study of the anatomy of cells and tissues of plants and animals using microscopy.
  2. Having the two genes at corresponding loci on homologous chromosomes identical for one or more loci.
  3. The branch and specialty of biology that studies bacteria.
  4. A branch of biology that studies the structure and function of the cell.
  5. Having the two alleles at corresponding loci on homologous chromosomes different for one or more loci.
  6. Producing little or no phenotypic effect when occurring in heterozygous condition with a contrasting allele.
  7. The branch of biology that deals with the structure and functions of the organs of living things.
  8. The position of a gene or other significant sequence on a chromosome.
  9. The offspring of individuals that differ with respect to a particular gene pair.
  10. The study of viruses.
  11. The branch of biology which studies the interactions among organisms and their environment.
  12. The passing on of traits from parents to their offspring.
  13. The science of plant life and a branch of biology.
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  1. A DNA molecule with part or all of the genetic material of an organism.
  2. A branch of science that encompasses the description, identification, nomenclature, and classification of organisms.
  3. A chromosome that is not an allosome.
  4. A microscopic organism which may exist in its single-celled form or in a colony of cells.
  5. The study of genes, genetic variation, and heredity in living organisms.
  6. The branch of biology that studies the animal kingdom.
  7. The composite of an organism's observable characteristics or traits.
  8. A relationship between alleles of one gene.
  9. The part of the genetic makeup of a cell.

22 Clues: The study of viruses.A chromosome that is not an allosome.The part of the genetic makeup of a cell.A relationship between alleles of one gene.The science of plant life and a branch of biology.The branch of biology that studies the animal kingdom.The passing on of traits from parents to their offspring....

All crossword about Evolutionary biology 2020-01-13

All crossword about Evolutionary biology crossword puzzle
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  1. the newer field of evolutionary developmental
  2. fields of biological research such as genetics and
  3. investigational range of current research widened to encompass
  4. the embryo is controlled thus yielding a wider synthesis
  5. biology emerged through what Julian Huxley
  6. life on Earth. In the 1930s the discipline of
  7. the modern synthesis of understanding from previously
  8. sexual selection genetic drift and biogeography.
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  1. descent speciation) that produced the diversity
  2. biology is the subfield of biology that
  3. genetic architecture of adaptation molecular evolution
  4. systematics and paleontology.
  5. by the earlier evolutionary synthesis.
  6. ("evo-devo") investigates how embryogenesis the development
  7. the evolutionary processes (natural selection
  8. integrates developmental biology with the fields of study
  9. the different forces that contribute to evolution such

17 Clues: systematics and paleontology.by the earlier evolutionary synthesis.biology is the subfield of biology thatbiology emerged through what Julian Huxleythe newer field of evolutionary developmentalthe evolutionary processes (natural selectionlife on Earth. In the 1930s the discipline ofdescent speciation) that produced the diversity...

What is the Science in Animal Science 2016-09-13

What is the Science in Animal Science crossword puzzle
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  1. The science of plants
  2. The study of animal behavior
  3. The science that deals with the composition and properties of substances
  4. The science of heredity
  5. The branch of biology dealing with the structure, function, uses, and modes of existence of microscopic organisms
  6. The branch of biology dealing with the functions and activities of living organisms and their parts
  7. The act or process of nourishing
  8. The science of biology dealing with animals
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  1. The branch of biology dealing with the relations and interactions between organisms and their environment
  2. The science dealing with the structure of animals
  3. The branch of microbiology dealing with the identification, study, and cultivation of bacteria
  4. The branch of biology dealing with parasites
  5. The branch of zoology dealing with insects
  6. The science of soil management and production of field crops
  7. The science dealing with the formation, development, structure, and functional activities of embryos
  8. The study of the origin, nature, and course of diseases

16 Clues: The science of plantsThe science of heredityThe study of animal behaviorThe act or process of nourishingThe branch of zoology dealing with insectsThe science of biology dealing with animalsThe branch of biology dealing with parasitesThe science dealing with the structure of animalsThe study of the origin, nature, and course of diseases...

-ology 2020-05-20

-ology crossword puzzle
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  1. study of heredity
  2. biology study of ocean life
  3. study of living things
  4. study of diseases and possible cause of death
  5. study of cell biology
  6. study of parasites
  7. study of mammals
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  1. study of blood and blood disease
  2. study of Earth's moon
  3. study of ticks
  4. study of plants
  5. study of insects
  6. study of fish
  7. study of reptiles and amphibians
  8. study of fungi and yeast

15 Clues: study of fishstudy of ticksstudy of plantsstudy of insectsstudy of mammalsstudy of hereditystudy of parasitesstudy of Earth's moonstudy of cell biologystudy of living thingsstudy of fungi and yeastbiology study of ocean lifestudy of blood and blood diseasestudy of reptiles and amphibiansstudy of diseases and possible cause of death

School subjects 2017-02-04

School subjects crossword puzzle
Across
  1. English
  2. art
  3. french
  4. german
  5. physical education
  6. spanish
  7. history
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  1. music
  2. information technology
  3. geography
  4. biology
  5. maths
  6. physics

13 Clues: artmusicmathsfrenchgermanEnglishbiologyspanishphysicshistorygeographyphysical educationinformation technology

Zoology 2012-10-30

Zoology crossword puzzle
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  1. zoologists may spend time writing ____ (1 word)
  2. study of reptiles
  3. Zoology is a branch of biology that focuses on__________
  4. The biology program at University Of Guelph also encourages and offers other programs such as_______ , Wildlife Biology, Conservation and Marine, and Freshwater Biology
  5. To present in front of a group you must have good________ skills
  6. Study of Mammals
  7. Fieldwork studies can take anywhere from 1____ - 6 months, and maybe more.
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  1. study of insects
  2. Study of birds
  3. This university is located in ontario, and is known for their biology program
  4. observe animals in their natural habitats is called____
  5. study of fish

12 Clues: study of fishStudy of birdsstudy of insectsStudy of Mammalsstudy of reptileszoologists may spend time writing ____ (1 word)observe animals in their natural habitats is called____Zoology is a branch of biology that focuses on__________To present in front of a group you must have good________ skills...

WORDS TO TEST 2020-03-02

WORDS TO TEST crossword puzzle
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  1. CUP
  2. MALL
  3. DAD
  4. SPELL
  5. HENRY
  6. ESCLAVAS
  7. ROOM
  8. WATER
  9. FIRST
  10. SEVERAL
  11. EDGAR
  12. OPEN
  13. CHANGE
  14. BIOLOGY
  15. LEVEL
  16. BULL
  17. SAUCE
  18. FIN
  19. NUT
  20. THICK
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  1. ROSA
  2. CLAP
  3. MYRIAM
  4. RUSH
  5. JULIO
  6. FATE
  7. METER
  8. KATHERINE
  9. STUDENT
  10. KARLEY
  11. MUSIC
  12. MILENA
  13. YELLOW
  14. FOOL
  15. FEEL
  16. FALL
  17. CAN
  18. THINK
  19. FIT
  20. THIN
  21. TOON

41 Clues: CUPDADCANFINFITNUTROSACLAPMALLRUSHFATEROOMFOOLFEELFALLOPENBULLTHINTOONJULIOMETERSPELLHENRYMUSICWATERFIRSTEDGARLEVELSAUCETHINKTHICKMYRIAMKARLEYMILENAYELLOWCHANGESTUDENTSEVERALBIOLOGYESCLAVASKATHERINE

All Crossword About Biophysics 2020-01-13

All Crossword About Biophysics crossword puzzle
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  1. and systems biology
  2. by physiology Nevertheless other biological sciences also perform
  3. the study of the physical quantities (e g electric current
  4. molecular to organismic and populations Biophysical
  5. the term biophysics is also regularly used in academi to
  6. shares significant overlap with biochemistry
  7. is an interdisciplinary science that
  8. on the biophysical properties of living organisms including molecular
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  1. approaches and methods traditionally used
  2. covers all scales of biological organization
  3. stress entropy) in biological systems which is by definition
  4. computational biology biomechanics developmental
  5. cell biology biophysics and biochemistry
  6. physics to study biological phenomena
  7. biology physical chemistry physiology nanotechnology
  8. term biophysics was originally introduced by Karl Pearson in

16 Clues: and systems biologyis an interdisciplinary science thatphysics to study biological phenomenaapproaches and methods traditionally usedcell biology biophysics and biochemistrycovers all scales of biological organizationshares significant overlap with biochemistrycomputational biology biomechanics developmental...

Science crossword 2019-02-27

Science crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. the study of plants
  2. the study of natural science
  3. science the study of planetary science
  4. the study of live stock
  5. the study of numbers
  6. the study of fossils
  7. The study of the earth
  8. Science the study of outer space
  9. the study of the mental functions and behaviour of a human.
  10. the study of atoms, molecules ect
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  1. the study of the animal kingdom
  2. biology the study of the human body
  3. the study of the environment
  4. the study of natural science
  5. the study marine biology
  6. the study of weather
  7. the study of principles of valid inference and correct reasoning.

17 Clues: the study of plantsthe study of weatherthe study of numbersthe study of fossilsThe study of the earththe study of live stockthe study marine biologythe study of the environmentthe study of natural sciencethe study of natural sciencethe study of the animal kingdomScience the study of outer spacethe study of atoms, molecules ect...

School 2013-05-24

School crossword puzzle
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  1. grammatica
  2. klaslokaal
  3. wetenschappen
  4. meetkunde
  5. frans
  6. directeur
  7. schooljaar
  8. engels
  9. wiskunde
  10. muziek
  11. talen
  12. scheikunde
  13. pauze
  14. bureau
  15. woordenboek
  16. biology
  17. tekenen
  18. universiteit
  19. diploma
  20. leraar
  21. potlood
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  1. examen
  2. klas
  3. aardrijkskunde
  4. algebra
  5. liniaal
  6. straf
  7. papier
  8. inkt
  9. woordenschat
  10. student
  11. rekenmachine
  12. duits
  13. kunst
  14. geschiedenis
  15. rooster
  16. vakantie
  17. kantine
  18. voorbeeld
  19. vak
  20. leerling
  21. nederlands

42 Clues: vakklasinktstraffransduitstalenkunstpauzeexamenpapierengelsmuziekbureauleraaralgebraliniaalstudentroosterkantinebiologytekenendiplomapotloodwiskundevakantieleerlingmeetkundedirecteurvoorbeeldgrammaticaklaslokaalschooljaarscheikundenederlandswoordenboekwoordenschatrekenmachinegeschiedenisuniversiteitwetenschappenaardrijkskunde

School 2014-04-25

School crossword puzzle
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  1. klas
  2. inkt
  3. voorbeeld
  4. papier
  5. engels
  6. wiskunde
  7. vakantie
  8. potlood
  9. rekenmachine
  10. tekenen
  11. universiteit
  12. leerling
  13. leraar
  14. klaslokaal
  15. examen
  16. vak
  17. duits
  18. geschiedenis
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  1. bureau
  2. grammatica
  3. kantine
  4. rooster
  5. woordenboek
  6. frans
  7. woordenschat
  8. meetkunde
  9. diploma
  10. algebra
  11. directeur
  12. scheikunde
  13. kunst
  14. talen
  15. straf
  16. aardrijkskunde
  17. nederlands
  18. schooljaar
  19. biology
  20. liniaal
  21. wetenschappen
  22. student
  23. muziek
  24. pauze

42 Clues: vakklasinktfranskunsttalenstrafduitspauzebureaupapierengelsleraarexamenmuziekkantineroosterdiplomaalgebrapotloodtekenenbiologyliniaalstudentwiskundevakantieleerlingvoorbeeldmeetkundedirecteurgrammaticascheikundenederlandsschooljaarklaslokaalwoordenboekwoordenschatrekenmachineuniversiteitgeschiedeniswetenschappenaardrijkskunde

School subjects 2015-01-08

School subjects crossword puzzle
Across
  1. valoda
  2. māksla
  3. vēsture
  4. sports
  5. ķīmija
  6. mūzika
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  1. biology
  2. angļu valoda
  3. matemātika
  4. latviešu valoda
  5. dabaszinības
  6. fizika

12 Clues: valodamākslasportsfizikaķīmijamūzikabiologyvēsturematemātikaangļu valodadabaszinībaslatviešu valoda

Biology 2013-02-24

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. origin of new species due to the evolutinary process of descent with modification p272
  2. type of archaea that lives in oxygen-free habitats, such as swamps, and releases methan gas p325
  3. phase of cellualar respiration that requiers oxygen p323
  4. exchange of DNA between bacteria by means of a bacteriophage p322
  5. individual who studies fossils and the history of life p255
  6. having a chromosome number that is a multiple greater than twice that of the monoploid number p162
  7. type of archea that lives in extremely saly habitats p325
  8. large-scale evolutionary change, such as the formation of new species p272
  9. photosythetic bacterium that contains chlorophyll and releases oxygen; formerly called a blue-green algae p324
  10. ancient layer of sedimentary rock; results from slow deposition of silt, volcanic ash, and other materials p251
  11. sharing of genes between two populations through interbreeding p261
  12. protein coat or shell that surrounds a viriion's nucleic acid p310
  13. bacteria reproduction into two daughter cells without the utilization of a mitotic spindle p321
  14. in biological evolution, a possible cell forerunner that became a cell once it could reproduce p318
  15. total of all the genes of all the individuals in a population p260
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  1. change in gene frequencies between populations of a species over time p259
  2. alteration in chromosome structure or number and also an alteration in a gene due to a change in DNA composition p261
  3. polyploid organism that contains the genomes of two or more different speices p279
  4. cyanobacterial cell that sythesizes a nitrogen-fixing enzyme when nitrogen supplies dwindle p324
  5. taking up of extraneous genetic amterial from the environment by bacteria p318
  6. virus that infects bacteria p311
  7. study of fossils that results in knowledge about the history of life p250
  8. change in the genetic structure of populations due to selective breeding by humans p252
  9. viral DNA that has been integrated into host cell DNA p315
  10. study of geographical distribution of organisms p258
  11. polyploid organism that contains a duplicated genome of the same species p279
  12. RNA virus containing the ezyme reverse transcriptase that carries out RNA to DNA transcription p315
  13. one of the 3 domains of life; contains prokaryotic cells that often live in extreme habitats and have unique genetic, biochemical, and physiological characteristics p297
  14. spore formed within a cell p321
  15. self-replicating ring of accessory DNA in the cytoplasm of bacteria p322

30 Clues: spore formed within a cell p321virus that infects bacteria p311study of geographical distribution of organisms p258phase of cellualar respiration that requiers oxygen p323type of archea that lives in extremely saly habitats p325viral DNA that has been integrated into host cell DNA p315individual who studies fossils and the history of life p255...

Biology 2020-01-28

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a small fluid-filled bladder sac cyst or vacuole within the body.
  2. endoplasmic reticulum,proteins that are released, or exported, from the cell are synthesized on the rough ER
  3. A segment of DNA that contains instructions for a single trait
  4. apparatus, a complex of vesicles and folded membranes within the cytoplasm of most eukaryotic cells involved in secretion and intracellular transport.
  5. A single stranded molecule that aids in the replication of DNA.
  6. Process in which part of the nucleotide sequence of DNA is copied into a complementary sequence in RNA
  7. Monomer of nucleic acids that is made up of a 5-carbon sugar a phosphate group and a nitrogenous base
  8. a small dense spherical structure in the nucleus of a cell during interphase
  9. mutation, mutation the shifts the "reading frame: of the genetic message by inserting or deleting a nucleotide
  10. electrophoresis, a technique used to separate DNA fragments according to their size.
  11. A double stranded molecule that determines the codes for traits
  12. messenger RNA type of RNA that carries instructions from DNA in the nucleus to the ribosome
  13. Complex particles that facilitate the orderly linking of amino acids into polypeptide chain
  14. endoplasmic reticulum, collection of enzymes that perform specialized tasks including synthesis of membrane lipids and the detoxification of drugs
  15. group of three nucleotide bases in mRNA that specify a particular amino acid to be incorporated into a protein
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  1. transfer RNA type of RNA that carries amino acids to the ribosome
  2. Threadlike structures made of condensed DNA molecules that contains genetic information
  3. Decoding of an mRNA message into a polypeptide chain
  4. A term applied to two molecules that are side by side but run in opposite directions.
  5. a microscopic network of protein filaments and tubules in the cytoplasm of many living cells, giving them shape and coherence
  6. DNA, DNA that has been formed artificially by combining constituents from different organisms.
  7. group of three bases on a tRNA molecule that a complementary to the three bases of a codon of mRNA
  8. a membrane-bound organelle that contains genetic material (DNA) of eukaryotic organisms.
  9. enzyme, an enzyme produced chiefly by certain bacteria having the property of cleaving DNA molecules at or near a specific sequence of bases.
  10. therapy, an experimental technique that uses genes to treat or prevent disease.
  11. change in the genetic material of a cell
  12. mutation, gene mutation in which a single base pair in DNA has been changed

27 Clues: change in the genetic material of a cellDecoding of an mRNA message into a polypeptide chainA segment of DNA that contains instructions for a single traitA single stranded molecule that aids in the replication of DNA.A double stranded molecule that determines the codes for traitstransfer RNA type of RNA that carries amino acids to the ribosome...

Biology 2020-01-28

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a small fluid-filled bladder sac cyst or vacuole within the body.
  2. endoplasmic reticulum,proteins that are released, or exported, from the cell are synthesized on the rough ER
  3. A segment of DNA that contains instructions for a single trait
  4. apparatus, a complex of vesicles and folded membranes within the cytoplasm of most eukaryotic cells involved in secretion and intracellular transport.
  5. A single stranded molecule that aids in the replication of DNA.
  6. Process in which part of the nucleotide sequence of DNA is copied into a complementary sequence in RNA
  7. Monomer of nucleic acids that is made up of a 5-carbon sugar a phosphate group and a nitrogenous base
  8. a small dense spherical structure in the nucleus of a cell during interphase
  9. mutation, mutation the shifts the "reading frame: of the genetic message by inserting or deleting a nucleotide
  10. electrophoresis, a technique used to separate DNA fragments according to their size.
  11. A double stranded molecule that determines the codes for traits
  12. messenger RNA type of RNA that carries instructions from DNA in the nucleus to the ribosome
  13. Complex particles that facilitate the orderly linking of amino acids into polypeptide chain
  14. endoplasmic reticulum, collection of enzymes that perform specialized tasks including synthesis of membrane lipids and the detoxification of drugs
  15. group of three nucleotide bases in mRNA that specify a particular amino acid to be incorporated into a protein
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  1. transfer RNA type of RNA that carries amino acids to the ribosome
  2. Threadlike structures made of condensed DNA molecules that contains genetic information
  3. Decoding of an mRNA message into a polypeptide chain
  4. A term applied to two molecules that are side by side but run in opposite directions.
  5. a microscopic network of protein filaments and tubules in the cytoplasm of many living cells, giving them shape and coherence
  6. DNA, DNA that has been formed artificially by combining constituents from different organisms.
  7. group of three bases on a tRNA molecule that a complementary to the three bases of a codon of mRNA
  8. a membrane-bound organelle that contains genetic material (DNA) of eukaryotic organisms.
  9. enzyme, an enzyme produced chiefly by certain bacteria having the property of cleaving DNA molecules at or near a specific sequence of bases.
  10. therapy, an experimental technique that uses genes to treat or prevent disease.
  11. change in the genetic material of a cell
  12. mutation, gene mutation in which a single base pair in DNA has been changed

27 Clues: change in the genetic material of a cellDecoding of an mRNA message into a polypeptide chainA segment of DNA that contains instructions for a single traitA single stranded molecule that aids in the replication of DNA.A double stranded molecule that determines the codes for traitstransfer RNA type of RNA that carries amino acids to the ribosome...

Biology 2020-04-18

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the one that dissolves
  2. makes up a polymer
  3. 2 identical alleles for a specific trait
  4. a process that plants do to make food
  5. made up of both the solute and solvent
  6. simple sugar
  7. variable what you change
  8. a disease that occurs because cells grow out of control
  9. water attracted to other substances
  10. the study of heredity
  11. predicts gene combinations
  12. being dissolved
  13. if, then, because statement
  14. 23 chromosomes
  15. controls a cell's food source
  16. carbohydrates
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  1. descriptive words
  2. what plants use to complete photosynthesis
  3. a picture taken of your chromosomes
  4. gametes are made because of this process
  5. regular cells undergo this process
  6. water attracted to other water molecules
  7. a tendency towards equilibrium
  8. made up of monomers
  9. genetic material
  10. numbers
  11. Respiration a process that occurs in the cells
  12. 46 chromosomes
  13. 2 different alleles for a specific trait
  14. physical expression of a gene

30 Clues: numberssimple sugarcarbohydrates46 chromosomes23 chromosomesbeing dissolvedgenetic materialdescriptive wordsmakes up a polymermade up of monomersthe study of hereditythe one that dissolvesvariable what you changepredicts gene combinationsif, then, because statementphysical expression of a genecontrols a cell's food source...

BIOLOGY 2020-05-07

BIOLOGY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. mengatur gerakan tidak sadar pada gerakan otot polos, jantung, dan kelenjar
  2. memiliki 1 akson dan beberapa dendrit
  3. yang mengeluarkan sisa metabolisme berupa oksigen dan karbondioksida darah bentuk uap air
  4. selaput pembungkus neurit
  5. kapasitas paru-paru yang jumlahnya 3500 ml
  6. proses pengeluaran zat yang tidak digunakan tubuh
  7. membawa impuls saraf dari reseptor ke sistem saraf pusat
  8. kita melakukan pernapasan ini ketika sedang beraktivitas
  9. penerima rangsangan
  10. lengkung henle yang pendek
  11. kelainan neuron-neuron diotak karena kerusakan otak
  12. terjadi melalui gerakan perjalanan impuls pendek dari reseptor
  13. hormon yang merangsang sintesis dan metabolisme lemak
  14. oksigen yang berdifusi ke kapiler arteri akan diikat oleh hemoglobin
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  1. lengkung henle yang panjang
  2. tempat transportasi protein
  3. mengandung pigmen untuk trima
  4. peristiwa perubahan muatan pada membaran plasma neuron disepanjang serabut
  5. fungsinya untuk menyampaikan dan menerima getaran
  6. kelenjar yang ditemukan di bagian depan leher, sedikit dibawah laring
  7. sambungan antara 1 neuron dengan neuron lain
  8. letak kelenjar keringat dan minyak
  9. kerusakan pada pendengaran
  10. kantung yang didalamnya berisi testis antara kantung sebelah kanan dan kiri
  11. yang berfungsi mengatur gerakan otot dan keseimbangan posisi tubuh

25 Clues: penerima rangsanganselaput pembungkus neuritkerusakan pada pendengaranlengkung henle yang pendeklengkung henle yang panjangtempat transportasi proteinmengandung pigmen untuk trimaletak kelenjar keringat dan minyakmemiliki 1 akson dan beberapa dendritkapasitas paru-paru yang jumlahnya 3500 mlsambungan antara 1 neuron dengan neuron lain...

biology 2013-12-03

biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. contains a nucleus. These organelles are common. nucleus, mitochondria, chloroplasts, endoplasmic reticulum and lysosomes
  2. acid constructed of subunits referred to as nucleotides and forms a helix
  3. process when plants, some bacteria and some protisans use energy from the sunlight to produce sugar
  4. When two alleles are different ex. Aa, Bb, Cc
  5. powerhouse of the cell functions as the area of energy release
  6. organism that lacks a nucleus. Major cell structures include, cell membrane, cytoplasm,genetic material, and ribosomes.
  7. A nuclear division when a single parental nucleus divides, creating 2 new nuclei (genetically identical). Seen with growth repair and cellular replacement.
  8. process when a solute passes from an area with a high concentration to an area with a low concentration. ex. spraying air freshener
  9. a major structure of prokaryotic cells provides support to the internal structure of the cell
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  1. comprised of one or more sugar subunits and classified accordingly
  2. Part of the earth's surface and atmosphere populated by living organisms
  3. the location for most of the nucleic acids a cell makes such as DNA & RNA
  4. has long chains of nitrogen bearing subunits referred to as amino acids
  5. interconnected memranes that helps with the transport and protein synthesis
  6. not a plant, although many vascular plants wouldn't be able to grow without this symiotic ______. The two major components are mycelium and sporangium. Mycelium is the vegetative area and the sporangium is where the spores are formed.
  7. When two alleles are the same ex. aa, bb, CC
  8. tiny structures where protein synthesis occurs (rotein of cell assembled)
  9. When the trait is expressed regardless of the second allele
  10. when a solute goes from an area of low concentration to an area with a higher concentration
  11. composed of fats and oils, phospholipids, sterols, and waxes

20 Clues: When two alleles are the same ex. aa, bb, CCWhen two alleles are different ex. Aa, Bb, CcWhen the trait is expressed regardless of the second allelecomposed of fats and oils, phospholipids, sterols, and waxespowerhouse of the cell functions as the area of energy releasecomprised of one or more sugar subunits and classified accordingly...

biology 2014-01-12

biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. structure that contains four chromatids
  2. one set of genes
  3. in between period of growth in cell division
  4. moniter the growth and division of cells
  5. two sets of chromosomes
  6. process of programmed cell death
  7. division of cytoplasm
  8. reproduction/ production of genetically identical offspring from a single parent
  9. chromosomes line up in the center of the cell
  10. adult stem cells
  11. unspecialized cells from which differentiated cells develop
  12. DNA strands in the duplicated chromosome
  13. final phase of mitosis
  14. reproduction/ production thats offspring inherit some of their genetic information from each parent
  15. an area where dna molecules can be seen and attatch along there length
  16. complex chromosome and protein
  17. two complete sets of genes
  18. process of which the number of chromosomes is divided in half
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  1. developmental stage
  2. chromosomes separate to opposite ends of the cell
  3. disorder in which body cells lose the ability to control growth
  4. process by which cells become specialized
  5. type of cell that can develop most of the bodys cell types
  6. process of homologous pairs forming tetrads
  7. division of the cell nucleus
  8. fertilized egg
  9. chromosomes become visable and the spindle starts to form
  10. body is formed by a single cell
  11. genetic information is bundled into packages of DNA
  12. hallow ball of cells
  13. division/ process by which a cell divides into two new daughter cells
  14. tiny paired structures
  15. mass of cancer cells
  16. regulates the cell cycle

34 Clues: fertilized eggone set of genesadult stem cellsdevelopmental stagehallow ball of cellsmass of cancer cellsdivision of cytoplasmfinal phase of mitosistiny paired structurestwo sets of chromosomesregulates the cell cycletwo complete sets of genesdivision of the cell nucleuscomplex chromosome and proteinbody is formed by a single cell...

BIOLOGY 2013-06-18

BIOLOGY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Krebs cycle after this first intermediate.
  2. The final step of the pathway.
  3. Third stage of aerobic respiration, in which also occurs in the mitochondria.
  4. They use oxygen.
  5. Breack down the pyruvate products of glycolysis.
  6. They occur in the absence of oxygen.
  7. Stores oxygen in muscle tissue.
  8. Fermentation and aerobic respiration begin with the same reaction in the cytoplasm.
  9. An organic molecule with a three-carbon backbone.
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  1. Digests lactose in milk.
  2. Carry energy that can be used to drive endergonic reactions.
  3. Direct transfers of a phosphate group from a substrate to ADP.
  4. To build proteins or other molecules.
  5. The main pathway by which cells harvest energy from organic molecules.
  6. Electron and hydrogen ions are traslated from NADH directly to pyruvate.
  7. Pyruvate becomes converted to ethyl alcohol, or ethanol.
  8. Molecule becomes reduces when it receives electrons.
  9. Its only regenerated in the final steps of fermentation.
  10. Bacteria and single celled protists.
  11. The formation of many reduced coenzymes that drive the third and final stage of aerobic respiration.

20 Clues: They use oxygen.Digests lactose in milk.The final step of the pathway.Stores oxygen in muscle tissue.Bacteria and single celled protists.They occur in the absence of oxygen.To build proteins or other molecules.Krebs cycle after this first intermediate.Breack down the pyruvate products of glycolysis.An organic molecule with a three-carbon backbone....

Biology 2013-08-31

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. connects 2 bones(8)
  2. functional segments of dna(5)
  3. largest gland in the body(5)
  4. process used by plants to convert sunlight into food(14)
  5. a pollutant that harms ozone layer(3)
  6. co2 and o2 move across cell membrane by this process(9)
  7. short branched extension of a nerve cell, along which impulses received from other cells at synapses are transmitted to the cell body(8)
  8. coined the term protoplasm(8)
  9. long lasting or recurrent disease()
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  1. responsible for transportation of water and minerals in plants(5)
  2. protozoan responsible for sleeping sickness(11)
  3. discovered free living cells in pond water for the first time(11)
  4. fluid matrix of blood(6)
  5. protozoan which causes kala azar(10)
  6. cause acidity–related pain and bleeding in the stomach and duodenum(11)
  7. egg laying(9)
  8. functional unit of kidney(7)
  9. a substitute for the normal function of the kidney(8)
  10. contains chromosomes in a cell(7)
  11. botany is the study of?(6)
  12. structural and functional units of tissues(4)

21 Clues: egg laying(9)connects 2 bones(8)fluid matrix of blood(6)botany is the study of?(6)largest gland in the body(5)functional unit of kidney(7)functional segments of dna(5)coined the term protoplasm(8)contains chromosomes in a cell(7)long lasting or recurrent disease()protozoan which causes kala azar(10)a pollutant that harms ozone layer(3)...

Biology 2014-11-12

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. fission Form of asexual reproduction
  2. Attached to C on DNA
  3. Plant structures called grains that carry sperm in a protective case to the ovules
  4. Reproductive cells that grow into new individuals by mitosis
  5. first stage of mitosis
  6. Attached to A on DNA
  7. an identical genetic copy of organism's parent
  8. hormone released by pituitary gland
  9. chromatid Joined together by centromere and replicates during interphase
  10. Form of asexual reproduction in which each fragmentation develops into a clone of its parent
  11. The final stage of the cell cycle, which separates the two nuclei and cell contents into two daughter cells
  12. carries sperm from testes to ductus deferns
  13. fertilization Fertilization in which sperm are deposited inside the female's body where they meet egg cells
  14. reproduction Special cells dicide repeatedly to form structures that will develop into a plant identical to its parentn usually in plant stems and roots
  15. thrid stage of mitosis where chromosomes split apart
  16. The new dipliod cell formed by process of fertilization which receives half its chromosomes from its female parent and half from its male parent
  17. chromosomes A pair of matching chromosomes
  18. reproduction Reproducing using two parent
  19. cycle Stages in a cell's life repeated
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  1. Polymeric molecule
  2. Form of asexual reproduction which may undergo mitosis and cell division can develop into an identical organism
  3. Attached to T on DNA
  4. Specialized cell neccessary for reproduction;in animals,male and female gametes are called egg cells
  5. deferens A tiny muscular tube in the male reproductive system that carries sperm from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct
  6. fertilization Fertilization in which sperm cell and egg cell unite outside of bodies of parents
  7. Transfer of male gametes in pollen from the male reproductive part of a plant to the female reproductive part of plant
  8. egg cell is penetrated by sperm and haplois genetic information of both male and female combines
  9. Attached to G on DNA
  10. second stage of mitosis where chromosomes line up in the middle
  11. Final stage of cell cycle which seperates two nuclei and cell contents to two daughter cell
  12. One of the nucleobases in RNA
  13. A steroid hormone from the androgen group and is found in mammals, reptiles, birds, and other vertebrates
  14. Longest stage in cell cycle
  15. cell Can develop into any kind of cell
  16. Sperm and testerone are produced and form in male reproductive system
  17. reproduction Reproducing using one parent
  18. Process which gametes arrive in the same place at the same time
  19. fibres Tiny tube like structures made by protein to help chromosomes pull apart

38 Clues: Polymeric moleculeAttached to T on DNAAttached to C on DNAAttached to A on DNAAttached to G on DNAfirst stage of mitosisLongest stage in cell cycleOne of the nucleobases in RNAhormone released by pituitary glandfission Form of asexual reproductioncell Can develop into any kind of cellcycle Stages in a cell's life repeated...

Biology 2015-04-13

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. living aspects of the environment
  2. dead leaves, animal feces
  3. a relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is harmed
  4. a succession that occurs in a formerly inhabited area
  5. the final step in decomposition
  6. when a species changes over time
  7. occurs between different species
  8. when competing species evolve different adaptations
  9. cocsume detritus
  10. occurs between same species
  11. plays an especially important role
  12. when a species inhabits an area devoid of plant life
  13. the positions in the food chain
  14. when one organism hunts and consumes another
  15. consume dead matter
  16. consumes both producers and consumers
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  1. consume meat
  2. the first species to colonize a disturbed area
  3. multiple food chains put together
  4. nonliving aspects of the environment
  5. the final stable stage of succession
  6. when two different species cannot occupy the same niche in the same place for a long time
  7. consume dead animals
  8. use energy from chemical compounds to make food by chemosynthesis
  9. the study of how living things interact with each other and their environment
  10. the role of a species in its environment
  11. use energy from sunlight to make food by photosynthesis
  12. a relationship in which both parties benefit
  13. a relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is not affected
  14. the physical environment in which a species lives
  15. consume plants

31 Clues: consume meatconsume plantscocsume detritusconsume dead matterconsume dead animalsdead leaves, animal fecesoccurs between same speciesthe final step in decompositionthe positions in the food chainwhen a species changes over timeoccurs between different speciesmultiple food chains put togetherliving aspects of the environment...

BIOLOGY 2015-03-06

BIOLOGY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Who said humans come from primates (NAME)
  2. Try to survive in this world enjoying every moment (VERB)
  3. Australian animal which carries its babies in its pouch. (NOUN)
  4. Process which we catch the oxygen of the air (VERB)
  5. Research, examine. (VERB)
  6. Environmentally friendly. (ADJECTIVE)
  7. ____ temperatures can destroy our proteins' structure. (ADJECTIVE)
  8. He deny of the existence of spontaneous generation. (NAME)
  9. A long, double-stranded molecule that conatins all your information (NAME)
  10. To recover yourself after an illness. (PHRASAL VERB)
  11. It's one of the three vital functions. (VERB)
  12. Branch of biolgy which studies diets and food. (NOUN)
  13. Giraffe is an animal with a very ____ neck. (ADJECTIVE)
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  1. Liquid basic for life (NOUN)
  2. To discover something interesting. (PHRASAL VERB)
  3. Educate your children and rear. (PHRASAL VERB)
  4. What mothers do with her babies. (PHRASAL VERB)
  5. We have to it carbohydrates, lipids and ____ (NOUN)
  6. He is genetics' dad (NAME)
  7. Who discovered accidentally Penicillin (NAME)
  8. Color of water. (ADJECTIVE)
  9. Struggle with others for survive. (VERB)
  10. Color of leaves. (ADJECTIVE)
  11. Cell of the nervous system (NOUN)

24 Clues: Research, examine. (VERB)He is genetics' dad (NAME)Color of water. (ADJECTIVE)Liquid basic for life (NOUN)Color of leaves. (ADJECTIVE)Cell of the nervous system (NOUN)Environmentally friendly. (ADJECTIVE)Struggle with others for survive. (VERB)Who said humans come from primates (NAME)Who discovered accidentally Penicillin (NAME)...

Biology 2015-03-23

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Sugar contained in DNA
  2. When a set of genes become repeated
  3. The directional growth movement by a plant organ in response to light from one direction
  4. An organisms appearance resulting from its inherited information
  5. Elastin, collagen, keratin, and actin are examples of this protein
  6. The mechanism used by organisms to maintain a water balance
  7. When a spindle fibre fails during meiosis and one homologous pair is not separated
  8. This membrane is fully permeable and saturated with water
  9. What happens when a plant cell is placed in a hypotonic solution
  10. Cell organelle that contains digestive enzymes
  11. A mass of undifferentiated plant cells produced during somatic fusion
  12. The deliberate selection by humans of organisms with useful characteristics
  13. A form of nuclear division which results in the production of four haploid gametes from one diploid gamete mother cell
  14. The single set of haploid chromosomes typical of a species
  15. Plants that have flexible stems that allow them to move with water movements
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  1. This enzyme seals the gene into the bacterial plasmid
  2. This enzyme cuts the DNA into small sections and cuts open the plasmid
  3. Provide specific immune response in the form of antibodies
  4. The 'weeding out' of organisms least well suited to the environment
  5. Produced from a cross between two genetically dissimilar parents from the same species
  6. A random change in the structure or amount of an organisms genetic material
  7. When ions or molecules move against a concentration gradient
  8. The light independent stage of photosynthesis happens here
  9. Plants adapted to living in very dry or exposed habitats (e.g desert)

24 Clues: Sugar contained in DNAWhen a set of genes become repeatedCell organelle that contains digestive enzymesThis enzyme seals the gene into the bacterial plasmidThis membrane is fully permeable and saturated with waterProvide specific immune response in the form of antibodiesThe light independent stage of photosynthesis happens here...

Biology 2015-03-23

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Element needed for formation of proteins, amino acids and nucleic acids.
  2. What is the name of the meristem that produces secondary xylem.
  3. Processes caused by light breaking down IAA on one side of the plant and elongation occurring on the dark side.
  4. What type of sugar is present in a DNA backbone?
  5. What gland produces ADH?
  6. What amino acid can PKU sufferers not break down?
  7. Drought is an example of a density-........ factor.
  8. Are humans ectotherms or endotherms?
  9. What occurs in the blood vessels when the temperature is above optimum?
  10. How many carbons are there in pyruvic acid?
  11. What structure in the chloroplast contains chlorphyll?
Down
  1. What type of competition occurs between members of different species?
  2. Number of haploid gametes produced by one gamete mother cell multiplied by the number of ATP molecules produced by anaerobic respiration?
  3. What layer synthesises alpha amylase when stimulated with GA?
  4. Where does the krebs cycle take place?
  5. An organism's appearance resulting from its inherited genetic information.
  6. What part of the brain monitors body temperature?
  7. What type of chemical reaction occurs to GP when it gains hydrogen; oxidation or reduction?
  8. What do tannins inhibit in a pathogen that attack a plant.
  9. What gene does the repressor molecule join to in the absence of lactose?

20 Clues: What gland produces ADH?Are humans ectotherms or endotherms?Where does the krebs cycle take place?How many carbons are there in pyruvic acid?What type of sugar is present in a DNA backbone?What amino acid can PKU sufferers not break down?What part of the brain monitors body temperature?Drought is an example of a density-........ factor....

Biology 2015-05-08

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Nonliving, as in a factor, which is a nonliving physical and chemical attribute of a system, for example light, temperature, wind patterns, rocks, soil, pH, pressure, etc. in an environment.
  2. An animal that naturally preys on others
  3. (1) Of, pertaining to, or produced by life or living organisms (of an ecosystem).(2) Pertains to a living thing (such as plant, animal, fungus, etc.) as well as its products (e.g. secretions, wastes, and remains).
  4. The close external resemblance of an animal or plant (or part of one) to another animal, plant, or inanimate object.
  5. A form of symbiosis in which one organism (called parasite) benefits at the expense of another organism usually of different species (called host). The association may also lead to the injury of the host.
  6. The synthesis of complex organic material using carbon dioxide, water, inorganic salts, and light energy (from sunlight) captured by light-absorbing pigments, such as chlorophyll and other accessory pigments.
  7. An autotrophic organism capable of producing complex organic compounds from simple inorganic molecules through the process of photosynthesis (using light energy) or through chemosynthesis (using chemical energy).(2) The first trophic level in a food chain in which it serves as a food source for consumers or for higher trophic levels.
  8. A system that includes all living organisms (biotic factors) in an area as well as its physical environment (abiotic factors) functioning together as a unit.
  9. The maximum population size of the species that the environment can sustain indefinitely, given the food, habitat, water, and other necessities available in the environment.
  10. Delayed part of the angiographic examination of a vascular bed, to show small artery patency.
Down
  1. An organism that generally obtains food by feeding on other organisms or organic matter due to lack of the ability to manufacture own food from inorganic sources; a heterotroph.
  2. Symbiosis that is beneficial to both organisms involved.
  3. An organism that feeds on detritus or organic waste.
  4. The process by which a substance goes directly from the solid to the gaseous state without passing through the liquid state.
  5. A factor present in an environment that controls a process, particularly the growth, abundance or distribution of a population of organisms in an ecosystem.
  6. The movement of organisms to a specific area, perhaps, for example, an upstream aquatic environment to further downstream.
  7. An organism whose ecological function involves the recycling of nutrients by performing the natural process of decomposition as it feeds on dead or decaying organisms.
  8. The passage of white blood cells through the endothelium and wall of small blood vessels.
  9. (1) The part of the earth where living things exist.(2) The part of the earth (or planet) that is capable of supporting life.(3) The living things and their environment.(4) All of the ecosystems of the earth.
  10. Any of the various analogous processes by which there is an exchange of gases.
  11. An association between two organisms in which one benefits and the other derives neither benefit nor harm.
  12. A contest between organisms, animals, individuals, groups, etc., for territory, a niche, or a location of resources, for resources and goods, mates, for prestige, recognition, awards, or group or social status, for leadership.
  13. The process of giving off water vapour through the skin or mucous membranes; also sometimes referred to as sweating, which is the evaporation of water together with a small amount of sodium chloride via the sweat glands of the skin.

23 Clues: An animal that naturally preys on othersAn organism that feeds on detritus or organic waste.Symbiosis that is beneficial to both organisms involved.Any of the various analogous processes by which there is an exchange of gases.The passage of white blood cells through the endothelium and wall of small blood vessels....

Biology 2015-05-08

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Transports water and minerals in a plant
  2. Proteins are made up of..
  3. Produces naked seeds in cones
  4. Hormone that makes grapes larger
  5. Examples include Roan Horses and blood type AB
  6. Guanine attaches to..
  7. Muscle and nerve tissue are only found in..
Down
  1. Form of reproduction of a poyp (Cnidarian)
  2. Becomes seeds
  3. Produces 4 sperm
  4. Thymine attaches to..
  5. There are 64...
  6. Comes after Metaphase
  7. n
  8. Has a base of U, A, C, G
  9. Where does transcription happen
  10. Produce 1 egg and 3 polar bodies
  11. Forms a fruit
  12. Diploid
  13. aka Bryophytes

20 Clues: nDiploidBecomes seedsForms a fruitaka BryophytesThere are 64...Produces 4 spermThymine attaches to..Comes after MetaphaseGuanine attaches to..Has a base of U, A, C, GProteins are made up of..Produces naked seeds in conesWhere does transcription happenHormone that makes grapes largerProduce 1 egg and 3 polar bodies...

Biology 2015-11-29

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. สาหร่ายสีเขียวโปรตีนสูงนิยมทำเป็นอาหารเสริม
  2. ยูแบคทีเรียที่สามารถสังเคราะห์ด้วยแสงได้
  3. สิ่งมีชีวิตหลายเซลล์
  4. แบคทีเรียแกรมบวกใช้ทำยาปฏิชีวนะ
  5. เซลล์สืบพันธ์ของพืช
  6. สิ่งมีชีวิตหลายชนิดในอาณาจักรโครมาลวีโอลาตา เอกซ์คาวาตา ไรซาเรีย มีลักษณะคล้ายพืช แต่ไม่มีส่วนที่เป็นราก ลำต้น และใบที่แท้จริง
  7. ไซยาโนแบคทีเรียสามรุตรึงไนโตรเจนเป็นไนเตรตได้
  8. protist เซลล์เดียว มีคลอโรฟิลด์ เคลื่อนที่โดยแฟลกเจลลัม
  9. protist ที่เคลื่อนที่โดยใช้เท้าเทียม
  10. เป็นเห็ดชนิดหนึ่งในกลุ่มเห็ดรา (Mycorrhizal Fungi) มีรสจัด และมีกลิ่นเฉพาะตัว ซึ่งในเมนูอาหารตะวันตก
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  1. แบคทีเรียแกรมบวกผลิคกรดแลคติกได้ ทำโยเกิร์ตได้
  2. protist ที่ใช้ซีเลียในการเคลื่อนที่
  3. protist เดียว เคลื่อนที่โดยใช้แฟลกเจลลา2เส้นแนวดิ่ง
  4. ยูแบคทีเรียแกรมลบที่เป็นปรสิต
  5. protist ขนาดเล็ก เป็นปรสิตเช่น plasmadium sp. โรคมาลาเรีย
  6. กลุ่ม protist เป็น Eukaryotic cell มีแต่ nucleus กับ ribosome
  7. เป็นเห็ดโคนที่มีผิวหมวกเห็ดเป็นรูพรุนเหมือนฟองน้ำ มีสีน้ำตาลอ่อนไปถึงน้ำตาลเข้ม
  8. ยูแบคทีเรียแกรมลบที่มีรูปทรงเกลียว
  9. สิ่งมีชีวิตกลุ่มหนึ่ง เดิมเคยจัดอยู่อาณาจักรเดียวกับพืช
  10. protist เซลลเดียวมีช่องว่างเล็กๆใต้เยื่หุ้มเซลล์ alvedi

20 Clues: เซลล์สืบพันธ์ของพืชสิ่งมีชีวิตหลายเซลล์ยูแบคทีเรียแกรมลบที่เป็นปรสิตแบคทีเรียแกรมบวกใช้ทำยาปฏิชีวนะยูแบคทีเรียแกรมลบที่มีรูปทรงเกลียวprotist ที่ใช้ซีเลียในการเคลื่อนที่protist ที่เคลื่อนที่โดยใช้เท้าเทียมยูแบคทีเรียที่สามารถสังเคราะห์ด้วยแสงได้สาหร่ายสีเขียวโปรตีนสูงนิยมทำเป็นอาหารเสริมไซยาโนแบคทีเรียสามรุตรึงไนโตรเจนเป็นไนเตรตได้...

Biology 2015-09-25

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. protein/ (of a reaction or process) accompanied by the release of heat.
  2. any of a class of organic compounds that are fatty acids or their derivatives and are insoluble in water
  3. protein/ protein that accelerates the speed of chemical reactions such as digestive enzymes which break down food in the digestive tract
  4. a substance produced by a living organism that acts as a catalyst to speed up a specific biochemical reaction.
  5. a molecule containing a very large number of atoms, such as a protein, nucleic acid, or synthetic polymer.
  6. a figure expressing the acidity or alkalinity of a solution on a logarithmic scale on which 7 is neutral, lower values are more acid, and higher values more alkaline
  7. form the basic structural unit of a nucleic acid
  8. energy/ the minimum quantity of energy that the reacting species must possess in order to undergo a specified reaction.
  9. reaction/ transformation of one molecule to a different molecule inside a cell and mediated by enzymes
  10. protein/ move many substances throughout the body. An example is hemoglobin that transports oxygen from the lungs to the other parts of the body to be used by cells in cellular respiration
  11. bonding/ an attraction between atoms that allows the formation of chemical substances that contain two or more atoms
  12. the chemical processes that occur within a living organism in order to maintain life.
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  1. a molecule that can be bonded to other identical molecules to form a polymer.
  2. (of a reaction or process) accompanied by or requiring the absorption of heat.
  3. the process of breaking down food by mechanical and enzymatic action into substances that can be used by the body.
  4. protein/ used for support such as connective tissue and keratin that forms hair and finger nails.
  5. any of a large group of organic compounds occurring in foods and living tissues and including sugars, starch, and cellulose
  6. (of a reaction or process) accompanied by the release of heat.
  7. any of a class of nitrogenous organic compounds that consist of large molecules composed of one or more long chains of amino acids and are an essential part of all living organisms, especially as structural components of body tissues such as muscle, hair, collagen, etc., and as enzymes and antibodies
  8. a molecule that binds to an enzyme and decreases its activity
  9. stance that has a molecular structure consisting chiefly or entirely of a large number of similar units bonded together
  10. Acid/ a complex organic substance present in living cells, especially DNA or RNA, whose molecules consist of many nucleotides linked in a long chain.
  11. protein/ help control movement such as proteins in the muscles which help control contraction.
  12. acids/ a simple organic compound containing both a carboxyl (—COOH) and an amino (—NH2) group.

24 Clues: form the basic structural unit of a nucleic acida molecule that binds to an enzyme and decreases its activity(of a reaction or process) accompanied by the release of heat.protein/ (of a reaction or process) accompanied by the release of heat.a molecule that can be bonded to other identical molecules to form a polymer....

Biology 2016-09-12

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Many monomers that are linked together
  2. The chemical group that is attached to the alpha carbon in an amino acid
  3. Another term used for enzymes
  4. Only 20 of these are known
  5. A colorless liquid also known as C3H8O3
  6. not capable of dissolving
  7. These are used to provide energy
  8. A chemical process where water is added to a substance
  9. This type of sugar can be found in fruits
  10. This can either be saturated or unsaturated
  11. A type of protein that is also known as a catalyst
  12. Multiple sugars that contain hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of monosaccharides that are bonded together
  13. The most basic unit of carbohydrates, also known as simple sugars
  14. This type of fat is solid at room temperature
  15. Cholesterol is the most common of these
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  1. This is an important storage compound in the plant world.
  2. A disaccharide sugar made up of glucose and galactose and can be found in milk
  3. A molecule that consists of 2 or more amino acids, creating a short chain.
  4. Substances that contain carbon-based compounds
  5. This is an organic compound that has a _________ group
  6. Heart disease may develop in the system if this is too high
  7. This sugar is mainly in plants
  8. A major component of the cell membrane that makes up the bilayers of the membrane
  9. This chemical reaction occurs when water molecules are lost
  10. An important source of energy
  11. Cotton is an example of this.
  12. This kind of fat is a liquid at room temperature
  13. This chemical reaction happens when hydrogen bonds are relatively weak
  14. Two monosaccharides that are chemically bonded together are called this
  15. The subunits of larger molecules

30 Clues: not capable of dissolvingOnly 20 of these are knownAnother term used for enzymesAn important source of energyCotton is an example of this.This sugar is mainly in plantsThese are used to provide energyThe subunits of larger moleculesMany monomers that are linked togetherA colorless liquid also known as C3H8O3Cholesterol is the most common of these...

Biology 2017-12-13

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. It gives a cell shape, sturcture and protection
  2. Image of all chromosones in the nucleus
  3. A unicelluar organism with no membrane-bound organelles
  4. The carrier of genetic information
  5. The part of a chromosome that links sister chromatid
  6. A molecule consisting of polymers of amino acid joined together by peptide bonds
  7. Any cell of a living organism that isn't a reproductive cell
  8. The second stage of cell division
  9. A cell that contains 23 chromosones
  10. The first phase of mitosis
  11. All the Organisms DNA
  12. Cylinder shaped organelle, involved in cell division
  13. Any organism with membrane-bound organelles
  14. control centre of the cell
  15. Different versions of the cells gene
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  1. The final phase of cell division
  2. Forms a protein structure that divides the genetic material in a cell
  3. An organisms reproductive cell
  4. controlled cell death
  5. The sequence of cells that develop into eggs and sperm
  6. The phase of a cell's cycle in which a typical cell spends the majority of its life
  7. Long section of DNA
  8. A specialised structure within a living cell
  9. A cell that contains 46 chromosones
  10. A parent cell making four non-identical haploid cells
  11. division of the nucleus, which creates two identical cells
  12. building blocks of life
  13. Are instructions of how to build a protein
  14. synthesises proteins and have a flat round structure

29 Clues: Long section of DNAcontrolled cell deathAll the Organisms DNAbuilding blocks of lifeThe first phase of mitosiscontrol centre of the cellAn organisms reproductive cellThe final phase of cell divisionThe second stage of cell divisionThe carrier of genetic informationA cell that contains 46 chromosonesA cell that contains 23 chromosones...

Biology 2017-12-13

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. All the organisms DNA
  2. Programmed cell death
  3. It gives the cell its shape, structure and protection
  4. A cell containing 23 chromosomes
  5. Any cell of a living organism that is not a reproductive cell
  6. The carrier of genetic information
  7. The sequence of cells that develop into eggs and sperm
  8. Cyclinder shaped organelle, involved in cell division
  9. The final phase of cell division
  10. Long section of DNA
  11. The second stage of cell division
  12. Image of all chromosomes in the nucleus
  13. Synthesises proteins and have a flat round structure
  14. The control centre of the cell
  15. A parent cell making four non identical haploid cells
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  1. Any organism with cells with membrane-bound organelles
  2. Forms a protein structure that divides the genetic material in a cell
  3. The building blocks of life
  4. A cell containing 46 chromosomes
  5. A unicellular organism that does not have membrane bound organelles
  6. Different versions of a cells gene
  7. The part of a chromosome that links sister chromatids
  8. A molecule made up of polymers of amino acids joined together by peptide bonds
  9. The phase of a cell's cycle in which a typical cell spends most of its life
  10. A segment of DNA that codes for a particular protein
  11. An organism's reproductive cells
  12. A specialised structure within a living cell
  13. The first phase of mitosis
  14. The division of the nucleus which creates two identical cells

29 Clues: Long section of DNAAll the organisms DNAProgrammed cell deathThe first phase of mitosisThe building blocks of lifeThe control centre of the cellA cell containing 46 chromosomesA cell containing 23 chromosomesThe final phase of cell divisionAn organism's reproductive cellsThe second stage of cell divisionThe carrier of genetic information...

Biology 2018-01-26

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the death of cells
  2. the final phase of cell division
  3. the third phase of mitosis
  4. a test to identify and evaluate the size, shape, and number of chromosomes in a sample of body cells
  5. cell type is bacteria
  6. 2 sets of chromosomes
  7. any cell or organism that possesses a clearly defined nucleus
  8. Provide structure for the body
  9. the cells used during sexual reproduction to produce a new individual organism or zygote
  10. sequence of DNA
  11. DNA
  12. is a multicellular organism is the population of its bodily cells
  13. a small round organelle involved in protein synthesis
  14. has 1 round of division
  15. variant form of a gene
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  1. several structures with specialized functions
  2. the first phase of of mitosis
  3. one set of chromosomes
  4. the point of attachment of the Kinetochore
  5. humans have 23 pairs of these
  6. made up of hundreds or thousands of smaller units called amino acids
  7. any cell that makes up an organism, except for reproductive cell
  8. the phase of the cell cycle in which a typical cell spends most of its life
  9. form a protein structure that divides the genetic material in a cell
  10. surrounds the cell membrane
  11. has 2 rounds of division
  12. genetic material of an organism
  13. a small set of microtubles arranged in a specific way
  14. the cell that contains DNA

29 Clues: DNAsequence of DNAthe death of cellscell type is bacteria2 sets of chromosomesone set of chromosomesvariant form of a genehas 1 round of divisionhas 2 rounds of divisionthe third phase of mitosisthe cell that contains DNAsurrounds the cell membranethe first phase of of mitosishumans have 23 pairs of theseProvide structure for the body...

Biology 2018-06-20

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. study of relationship between a living and non-living thing
  2. study of heredity
  3. study of cells
  4. combination of genes in an organism
  5. study of bacteria
  6. study of viruses
  7. study of organs
  8. mating of 2 organism that different in only in one character
  9. naming,growing and classifying living things
  10. combinations of 2 same alleles
  11. traits that are hidden
  12. study of plants
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  1. traits that are expressed
  2. transfer of characteristics from parents to offspring
  3. study of animals
  4. external appearance of an organism
  5. study of micro organisms
  6. combination of 2 different alleles
  7. container of genes
  8. made up of genes located inside the nucleus
  9. study of tissues
  10. body chromosomes

22 Clues: study of cellsstudy of organsstudy of plantsstudy of animalsstudy of virusesstudy of tissuesbody chromosomesstudy of hereditystudy of bacteriacontainer of genestraits that are hiddenstudy of micro organismstraits that are expressedcombinations of 2 same allelesexternal appearance of an organismcombination of 2 different alleles...

Biology 2018-06-21

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. study of heredity
  2. external appearance of an organism
  3. study of animals
  4. Traits that are expressed
  5. study of relationship between living and non-living organism
  6. body chromosomes
  7. made up of gene located inside the nucleus
  8. study of bacteria
  9. naming,growing and classifying living things
  10. combinations of 2 same alleles
  11. Study of tissue
  12. of characteristic from parents to offspring
  13. study of micro organism
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  1. combination of genes in an organism
  2. study of organs
  3. combinations of 2 different alleles
  4. container of genes
  5. mating of 2 organism that differs in only one character
  6. Traits that are hidden
  7. study of cells
  8. study of viruses
  9. Study of plants

22 Clues: study of cellsstudy of organsStudy of tissueStudy of plantsstudy of animalsbody chromosomesstudy of virusesstudy of hereditystudy of bacteriacontainer of genesTraits that are hiddenstudy of micro organismTraits that are expressedcombinations of 2 same allelesexternal appearance of an organismcombination of genes in an organism...

biology 2018-10-30

biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. fish
  2. double
  3. cartilage
  4. flat
  5. "cell eating" of large particles
  6. worm
  7. (2 words) passive movement of a substance down a concentration gradient and across a cell membrane that requires a carrier protein
  8. the clear, viscous fluid of the cell
  9. a method of classifying organisms based on their evolutionary relationships
  10. process by which the body produces new cells fro growth and to replace worn out and damaged cells; results in tow daughter cells that are identical to the parent cell
  11. life
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  1. hair-like appendages on the cell membrane
  2. the single set of chromosomes found in gametes
  3. even
  4. the site of protein synthesis
  5. (2 words) sheets of cells that cover or line other tissues
  6. uneven
  7. membrane bound sacs formed from other membranes
  8. digits
  9. bone

20 Clues: fishevenflatwormbonelifedoubleunevendigitscartilagethe site of protein synthesis"cell eating" of large particlesthe clear, viscous fluid of the cellhair-like appendages on the cell membranethe single set of chromosomes found in gametesmembrane bound sacs formed from other membranes(2 words) sheets of cells that cover or line other tissues...

Biology 2019-01-02

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Chain Reaction series of heating and cooling cycles used to make millions of copies of a DNA segment
  2. Bacterial cells take up recombinant plasmid DNA through a process called transformation
  3. Eltrophoresis sepearating DNA fragments by size using and elctric current
  4. a selection of DNA that contains the genes necessary for a metabolic pathway (Repressible: Usually on but can be turned off, Triptophan) (Influencible: usually off but can be turned on,Lae)
  5. Splicing 1.) Find a gene, 2.)Isolate the gene, 3.) Replace gene, 4.)Insert Gene
  6. DNA DNa from one functional DNA
  7. Sequencing identifies the DNA sequence of cloned recombinant DNA molecules for further study
  8. Breeding choose the organismthat you want to breed to get the desired outcome (Artificial Selection)
  9. Circular piece of Dna found in bacteria cells used as a vector
  10. Engineering the technology involves manipulating the DNA of one organism in order to insert exogenous DNA that is the DNA of another organism
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  1. the study of how genetic ineritence affects the bodies response to drugs
  2. Selecting Organisms from different species and sub secies with the desired traits to produce offspring with a combination of desired traits
  3. Cross Crossing organisms of unknown genotype with a homozygous recessive organism in order to determine genotype
  4. Enzyme Used to cut DNA at a specific gene, recognizes unique palendromic, sequences hundreds of restricion enzymes. Ex: EcoRI: GAA TTC (CTT GAA) CTT AAG (GAA TTC) ecoli restricion enzyme 1
  5. creating and maintaing databases of biological information. The analysis of sequence information involves finding genes in DNA sequences in various organisms and developing methods to predict the structure and function of newly discovered proteins
  6. Nucleotide Polymorphs: Variations in the DNA sequence that occur in a single nucleotide in the genome is altedered, it occurs in at least 1% of the population for it to be and SNP
  7. Organism (GMO (Genetically Modified Organism)) An organism with functional recombinant DNA
  8. Breeding Closely related indeviduals in order to maintain desired traits and or eliminate undesired traits
  9. Regions of linked variations in the human genome
  10. Organisms with the exact same DNA
  11. (Hox genes) controls expression of genes corresponding to body regions
  12. Used to inser DNA into a host cell (Biological: Plasmid, Vector) (Mechanical: Micro Pippettes, Gene Gun)

22 Clues: DNA DNa from one functional DNAOrganisms with the exact same DNARegions of linked variations in the human genomeCircular piece of Dna found in bacteria cells used as a vector(Hox genes) controls expression of genes corresponding to body regionsthe study of how genetic ineritence affects the bodies response to drugs...

Biology 2019-05-07

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. pulls cell through water
  2. made of multiple cells
  3. cells that make up a plant
  4. hair like structure used to move
  5. produces energy, a powerhouse of the cell
  6. false foot
  7. control system of the cell, stores DNA
  8. System that helps flow and pump blood for organism
  9. used to find a light on the surface
  10. lives in a colony in freshwater, uses photosynthesis
  11. surrounds the cell, controls entrance and exit
  12. made up of multiple organs
  13. method used to make food for plants
  14. sacs for storage, digestion, and waste control
  15. where something has one cell
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  1. lives in fresh water, uses photosynthesis and eats own food
  2. protects the cell and provides strength
  3. more than one cell to make something up
  4. System that helps you breathe
  5. System that digests nutrients to feed the organism
  6. made up of multiple tissues
  7. System that helps get rid of waste
  8. something that is alive and made up of cells
  9. specialized structures within a living cell
  10. cells that make up an animal
  11. lives in freshwater and eats bacteria, cilia hair like to move
  12. live in either water or soil, feed on bacteria or small protists

27 Clues: false footmade of multiple cellspulls cell through watercells that make up a plantmade up of multiple organsmade up of multiple tissuescells that make up an animalwhere something has one cellSystem that helps you breathehair like structure used to moveSystem that helps get rid of wasteused to find a light on the surface...

Biology 2019-05-07

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. made of multiple organs
  2. sacs for storage, digestion, and control waste
  3. produces energy, a powerhouse of the cell
  4. method used to make food for plants from sunlight
  5. lives in fresh water, uses photosynthesis and uses flagellum
  6. surrounds the cell and controls exits and entries
  7. colony that uses cilia to move
  8. take in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide
  9. used to find a light on the surface
  10. living things made of cells
  11. cells that makes up an animal
  12. lives in fresh water and eats bacteria
  13. protects the cell and gives it strength
  14. pushes and pulls through water
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  1. made of multiple tissues
  2. digests nutrients and gets rid of unnecessary waste
  3. false foot
  4. lives in either water or soil, feeds on bacteria
  5. flows and pumps blood
  6. one cell
  7. two or more cells
  8. controls every system of cells and also stores DNA
  9. removes waste
  10. made of multiple cells
  11. cells that make up a plant
  12. different structures within a cell
  13. hair like structures used to move

27 Clues: one cellfalse footremoves wastetwo or more cellsflows and pumps bloodmade of multiple cellsmade of multiple organsmade of multiple tissuescells that make up a plantliving things made of cellscells that makes up an animalcolony that uses cilia to movepushes and pulls through waterhair like structures used to movedifferent structures within a cell...

biology 2019-05-08

biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. sacs for storage, digestion and waste removal
  2. they feed on bacteria or smaller protagonists
  3. finger like extensions of the amoeba's cytoplasm are called what...
  4. how all members of phylum ciliophora move
  5. hair like structures used to move
  6. organs working together converting food into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body
  7. circulates blood and lymph through the body
  8. used by plants and other organisms to convert light energy into chemical energy
  9. it lives in freshwater
  10. process of discharging wastes
  11. a group of similar cells working together
  12. its like a tail
  13. protects the cell and provides strength
  14. one cell
  15. are the "power plant" of the cell (produces energy)
  16. makes its food from sunlight
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  1. a number of organized or specialized structures within a living cell
  2. this cell has a cell wall
  3. organs responsible for taking in oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide
  4. having or consisting of many cells
  5. a group of organs working together
  6. surround cell, controls entry and exiting
  7. this cell has no chloroplast
  8. it's like a solar panel
  9. its the control center
  10. an individual animal, plant, or single-celled life form
  11. form when different types of tissue come together to perform a specific job for the body

27 Clues: one cellits like a tailit lives in freshwaterits the control centerit's like a solar panelthis cell has a cell wallthis cell has no chloroplastmakes its food from sunlightprocess of discharging wasteshair like structures used to movehaving or consisting of many cellsa group of organs working togetherprotects the cell and provides strength...

Biology 2019-05-08

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. organized structures within a cell
  2. Stores waste in the cell
  3. A plants way of making food
  4. The control center of the cell
  5. Cells found in organisms like mammals
  6. More than 1 cell
  7. Many organs with the same job
  8. produces energy for the cell
  9. Removes waste from the body
  10. Works to remove cell waste
  11. Works to break down food and remove waste
  12. Protects cell and provides strength
  13. Movement method for paramecium
  14. Unicellular organisms with pseudopods
Down
  1. Fake foot
  2. One cell
  3. These use cilia to move and feed on bacteria
  4. Many organ systems working together
  5. A hairlike structure used for a volvox’s movement
  6. Many cells with the same job
  7. Works to transfer oxygen and nutrients through the body
  8. A unicellular organism that lives in a colony
  9. Many tissues with the same job
  10. Controls enter and exit
  11. A unicellular organism that has a flagellum and an eyespot
  12. Cells found in plants
  13. A light-sensitive spot on some organisms

27 Clues: One cellFake footMore than 1 cellCells found in plantsControls enter and exitStores waste in the cellWorks to remove cell wasteA plants way of making foodRemoves waste from the bodyMany cells with the same jobproduces energy for the cellMany organs with the same jobThe control center of the cellMany tissues with the same job...

Biology 2019-09-12

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. two identical alleles
  2. reproductive
  3. governed by multiple variations for a single locus
  4. evaporation of water from plant leaves
  5. learning to change
  6. determine the identity of items in the natural world
  7. hair color, eye color
  8. classification of something
  9. carries messages to and from the brain and spinal cord
  10. bones and joints
  11. two copies one from each parent
  12. babies
  13. blood and blood vessels
  14. natural selection
  15. the orientation of a plant in response to light
  16. the vascular tissues in plants that conducts sugars downward for the leaves
  17. formal naming system for living things
  18. GI tract,gallbladder
  19. leaves, stems, flowers, grows above ground
  20. bee carrying pollen
  21. pollen producing reproductive organ of a flower
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  1. gene can be more popular or disappear
  2. circulates blood through the body
  3. a tiny opening or pore that is used for gas exchange
  4. taking in oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide
  5. different species have the same function but evolved differently
  6. some giraffes have long necks others are short
  7. the turning of an organism in a particular direction in response to an external stimulus
  8. behavior, biochemical properties
  9. Heart
  10. bodys defense system
  11. organ system consisting of skin, hair, nails
  12. sweat glands, liver
  13. different animals have structures that appear similar but not in function
  14. two different alleles
  15. the vascular tissues in plants that conducts water upward from the root
  16. the thyroid gland
  17. one copy from the parent
  18. grows underground like a carrot
  19. development
  20. muscular, nervous

41 Clues: Heartbabiesdevelopmentreproductivebones and jointsnatural selectionthe thyroid glandmuscular, nervouslearning to changesweat glands, liverbee carrying pollenbodys defense systemGI tract,gallbladdertwo identical alleleshair color, eye colortwo different allelesblood and blood vesselsone copy from the parentclassification of something...

Biology! 2020-12-01

Biology! crossword puzzle
Across
  1. captures sunlight and uses it to produce food through photosynthesis.
  2. Respiration, the process that releases energy from food in the presence of oxygen.
  3. ER, assembles lipids to transport material.
  4. the smallest unit of an element that keeps the properties of that element.
  5. provides instructions for the cell activities.
  6. digests older parts food or other biomolecules.
  7. Body, small bags with tubes connecting them. packages and secretes proteins for use in and out of the cell.
  8. brings material inside the cell.
  9. the positively charged center of the atom.
  10. the process in which green plants convert sunlight energy/water/and carbon dioxide into glucose and oxygen.
  11. produces ribosomes.
  12. ER, assembles proteins to transport material.
  13. attraction between particles of the same substance.
  14. the energy currency of all cells.
  15. Diffusion, movement of large molecules across the membrane using special proteins.
  16. the number of molecules in a given volume.
  17. makes protein.
  18. maintains cell shape/moves cell parts/helps cells move.
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  1. takes material outside the cell.
  2. supplies energy or ATP for the cell respiration using glucose and oxygen.
  3. store tank for food water wastes or enzymes.
  4. negatively charged particles in atoms found in an area called the electron cloud.
  5. attraction between two different substances.
  6. Number, the number of protons.
  7. diffusion of water.
  8. Mass, the mass of an atom/the number of protons and neutrons.
  9. particles in the nucleus of an atom that have no charge.
  10. gradual difference of concentration as particles move across a membrane.
  11. provides the energy a cell needs to move.
  12. Wall, protects and supports the cell.
  13. any material that is made up of one type of atom.
  14. pads/supports organelles inside the cell.
  15. Membrane, protects the cell and performs active/passive transport. moves materials in/out of the cell.
  16. ability to maintain a steady state despite changing conditions.
  17. the breakdown of glucose by enzymes releasing energy and pyruvic acid.
  18. Diffusion, movement of molecules across the membrane from high to low concentration.
  19. organize cell division.
  20. substance that is being dissolved.
  21. positively charged particles in the nucleus of an atom.
  22. Krebs Cycle, takes place in the mitochondria consuming oxygen and producing carbon dioxide and water as waste products.

40 Clues: makes protein.diffusion of water.produces ribosomes.organize cell division.Number, the number of protons.takes material outside the cell.brings material inside the cell.the energy currency of all cells.substance that is being dissolved.Wall, protects and supports the cell.provides the energy a cell needs to move....

Biology 2020-12-18

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. division one cell turning into two cells.
  2. a biotic community interacting with each other and the abiotic factors.
  3. the specific weather conditions of a given area.
  4. small organisms
  5. third stage of mitosis where the chromosomes move away from each other.
  6. instrument for visualizing small things.
  7. makes energy for the cell (ATP).
  8. a dry biome that receives less than 25-50 cm of rain per year and temperatures ranging from -7°C to above 30°C.
  9. structures are organs or skeletal elements that are similar because of a common ancestor.
  10. the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism, which consists of organelles.
  11. species is a species that an ecosystem needs to maintain its stability. Ecosystems can collapse if a keystone species is removed.
  12. fertilization pollen’s DNA enters the egg cell in the ovule.
  13. shape round shape
  14. non-living things.
  15. looking at the situation.
  16. chain a series of organisms each dependent on the previous as a food source (shows energy transfers and matter transformations through the ecosystem).
  17. a dry biome that receives less than 25-50 cm of rain per year and temperatures ranging from -15°C to - 2°C.
  18. a set of things working together as a part of a whole.
  19. seed a seed that contains a homozygous trait (refer to Mendel’s peas).
  20. (plasma) membrane allows things into and out of the cell.
  21. an organism that preys on others.
  22. (flow) something that enters a storage within a system.
  23. a piece of DNA that usually codes a protein.
  24. an organism that breaks down dead or decaying things into smaller molecules.
  25. living things.
  26. resting phase between mitosis divisions.
  27. contains the DNA (chromosomes).
  28. body helps send things out of the cell.
  29. one cell turning into four haploid cells (sexual).
  30. A genetically determined characteristic e.g. blue eyes.
  31. an organism that makes its own food from an external energy source.
  32. first stage of mitosis when chromosomes become visible and the nuclear envelope disappears.
  33. tube the tube that grows from the pollen grain towards the ovule of the flower.
  34. have the same allele usually represented by a single letter (e.g. BB or bb)
  35. structure ATCG
  36. fish
  37. organisms that only eat meat.
  38. fertilization sperm enters egg cell and chromosomes combine.
  39. turns CO2 + H2O + sunlight into glucose (plant food) O2.
  40. reproduction reproduction that occurs with germ cells (gametes).
  41. cells cells that can be changed into other cells.
  42. the process where plants change CO2 and H20 into glucose using the energy from sunlight.
  43. (latent) trait the trait we can’t see in a heterozygous organism.
  44. changes DNA into protein.
  45. A diverse biome with rainfall ranging from less than 25 cm to about 280cm per year and temperature ranging from -7°C to about 30°C.
  46. reproduction reproduction that occurs without germ cells (gametes).
  47. cell the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism, which consists of organelles (does not contain chloroplasts)..
  48. one cell turning into two diploid cells (asexual).
  49. species a species that is not originally brought into a country where it is not from.
  50. something that stays unchanged as it moves through a system.
  51. receiving genetic material from your parents.
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  1. pattern the mechanism and pattern of how genes are inherited.
  2. organisms that make their own food.
  3. Male germ cell.
  4. is a transfer or transformation.
  5. fossil
  6. an organism that relies on feeding on other organisms.
  7. lung
  8. mammals
  9. making offspring (babies).
  10. cell the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism, which consists of organelles (contains chloroplasts).
  11. fourth stage of mitosis where two new nuclei form around the two new chromosome sets.
  12. was a bird like reptile that represents the transition from reptiles to birds.
  13. cycle the transfers and transformations carbon does as it cycles around the environment.
  14. transfer of pollen to the stigma.
  15. sperm enters egg cell and chromosomes combine.
  16. an organism that is hunter by another.
  17. the surroundings or conditions in which things live.
  18. storage of our DNA (genetic code).
  19. anatomical and behavioral patterns specific to a group of organisms.
  20. shape wrinkled shape
  21. bacteria
  22. two new cells separate from each other (in the cases of some organisms like plants a cell plate forms between the new cells.
  23. amphibian
  24. organisms that feed on other organisms.
  25. breeding breeding two different types of the same species to create different traits.
  26. endoplasmic reticulum makes proteins for outside the cell.
  27. second stage of mitosis when the chromosomes line up along the middle of the cell.
  28. warming the steady raise in global temperatures due to human impacts.
  29. fin
  30. have different alleles usually represented by one upper and one lower case letter (e.g. Bb)
  31. endoplasmic reticulum packages proteins to be moved to the outside of the cell (e.g. hormones)
  32. something that changes as it moves through a system.
  33. (flow) something that leaves a storage within a system.
  34. of segregation each gamete receives just one copy of the gene (allele).
  35. animals with a backbone
  36. reptiles
  37. helps the cells to divide.
  38. different types of the same gene (Brown eyes B versus blue eyes b
  39. cells / gametes sperm and egg cells.
  40. birds
  41. evolution
  42. a variety of water biomes ranging from freshwater to saltwater.
  43. cell one of the body’s cells (specialized cells e.g. nerve cells).
  44. biology protecting the biotic and abiotic environment.
  45. fungi
  46. female germ cell.
  47. web a system of interconnected food chains.
  48. organisms that only eat plants.
  49. deoxyribose nucleic acid stores our genetic code.
  50. organisms that eat plants and meat.
  51. (overt) trait the trait we can see in a heterozygous organism.
  52. A large area (or set of ecosystems) that share similar biotic, geographic and climatic conditions.
  53. a series of biomes with rainfall that ranges from less than 100cm to greater than 400cm per year and temperatures that range from about 0 °C to about 30°C.
  54. the observable or measurable protein product of a gene.

105 Clues: finlungfishbirdsfungifossilmammalsbacteriareptilesamphibianevolutionliving things.structure ATCGMale germ cell.small organismsshape round shapefemale germ cell.non-living things.shape wrinkled shapeanimals with a backbonelooking at the situation.changes DNA into protein.making offspring (babies).helps the cells to divide....

Biology 2013-04-08

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Long threadlike colonies
  2. Small, bottle-shaped structures used for defense
  3. Helps organism find sunlight to power photosynthesis
  4. Temporary projection of cytoplasm used by protists for feeding or movement.
  5. Male reproductive structure in some algae and plants
  6. Slime mold whose individual cells remain separated during every phase of the mold's life cycle
  7. Process when algae switch back and fourth between haploid and diploid stages of their life
  8. Slender reproductive structure that produces spores and its found in some fungus-like protists
  9. Intricate cell membrane
  10. Gamete-producing plants
  11. Short hairlike projections similar to flagella
  12. Contains "reserve copy" of all the cell's genes
  13. Haploid reproductive cell
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  1. Any organism that is not a plant, an animal, a fungus, or a prokaryote.
  2. "Working library" of genetic information
  3. Accessory pigment found in red algae that is good at absorbing blue light
  4. Diploid (spore-producing) phase of an organism
  5. Form of sexual reproduction in which paramecia and some prokaryotes exchange genetic information
  6. Population of algae and small photosynthetic organisms found near the surface of the ocean
  7. Absorb light at different wavelengths than chlorophyll
  8. Cavities in the cytoplasm that are specialized to collect water
  9. Small cavity in the cytoplasm that temporarily stores food.
  10. Spore case
  11. Region where waste-containing food vacuoles fuse and are emptied into environment
  12. Slime mold that passes through a stage in which its cells fuse to from large cells with many nuclei
  13. Type of locomotion used by amoebus.
  14. Indentation in one side of organism
  15. Specialized structure formed by hyphae that produces female neclei
  16. Structure with many nuclei formed by acellular slime molds
  17. Tiny filament that makes up a multicellular fungus or a water mold

30 Clues: Spore caseIntricate cell membraneGamete-producing plantsLong threadlike coloniesHaploid reproductive cellType of locomotion used by amoebus.Indentation in one side of organism"Working library" of genetic informationDiploid (spore-producing) phase of an organismShort hairlike projections similar to flagella...

Biology 2013-09-13

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. your chromosomes
  2. Able to be changed or adapted
  3. Scientific study of life
  4. The end or finish of the process
  5. the rate at which you use materials and energy.
  6. The process of studying an object
  7. beliefs/values
  8. signal to which an organism responds
  9. scientific study of heredity
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  1. Evidence/information.
  2. change
  3. A process to investigate an object.
  4. Electronic tools used for everyday life.
  5. An educated guess
  6. you have doubts
  7. a personal point of view
  8. basic unit of all forms of life
  9. scientific reaction to stimulus
  10. an object increasing in physical size.
  11. The study of the natural world.

20 Clues: changebeliefs/valuesyou have doubtsyour chromosomesAn educated guessEvidence/information.Scientific study of lifea personal point of viewscientific study of heredityAble to be changed or adaptedbasic unit of all forms of lifescientific reaction to stimulusThe study of the natural world.The end or finish of the process...

Biology 2013-11-12

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. an organelle in some plant cells that stores starch. Amyloplasts are found in starchy plants like tubers and fruits.
  2. (plural grana) A stack of thylakoid disks within the chloroplast is called a granum.
  3. reticulum (rough ER) a vast system of interconnected, membranous, infolded and convoluted sacks that are located in the cell's cytoplasm (the ER is continuous with the outer nuclear membrane). Rough ER is covered with ribosomes that give it a rough appearance. Rough ER transport materials through the cell and produces proteins in sacks called cisternae (which are sent to the Golgi body, or inserted into the cell membrane).
  4. an organelle within the nucleus - it is where ribosomal RNA is produced.
  5. (singular crista) the multiply-folded inner membrane of a cell's mitochondrion that are finger-like projections. The walls of the cristae are the site of the cell's energy production (it is where ATP is generated).
  6. body (also called the golgi apparatus or golgi complex) a flattened, layered, sac-like organelle that looks like a stack of pancakes and is located near the nucleus. The golgi body packages proteins and carbohydrates into membrane-bound vesicles for "export" from the cell.
  7. a large, membrane-bound space within a plant cell that is filled with fluid. Most plant cells have a single vacuole that takes up much of the cell. It helps maintain the shape of the cell.
  8. small organelles composed of RNA-rich cytoplasmic granules that are sites of protein synthesis.
  9. the thin layer of protein and fat that surrounds the cell, but is inside the cell wall. The cell membrane is semipermeable, allowing some substances to pass into the cell and blocking others.
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  1. spherical to rod-shaped organelles with a double membrane. The inner membrane is infolded many times, forming a series of projections (called cristae). The mitochondrion converts the energy stored in glucose into ATP (adenosine triphosphate) for the cell.
  2. disks are disk-shaped membrane structures in chloroplasts that contain chlorophyll. Chloroplasts are made up of stacks of thylakoid disks; a stack of thylakoid disks is called a granum. Photosynthesis (the production of ATP molecules from sunlight) takes place on thylakoid disks.
  3. chlorophyll is a molecule that can use light energy from sunlight to turn water and carbon dioxide gas into sugar and oxygen (this process is called photosynthesis). Chlorophyll is magnesium based and is usually green.
  4. is short for adenosine triphosphate; it is a high-energy molecule used for energy storage by organisms. In plant cells, ATP is produced in the cristae of mitochondria and chloroplasts.
  5. an elongated or disc-shaped organelle containing chlorophyll. Photosynthesis (in which energy from sunlight is converted into chemical energy - food) takes place in the chloroplasts.
  6. membrane the membrane that surrounds the nucleus.
  7. a process in which plants convert sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into food energy (sugars and starches), oxygen and water. Chlorophyll or closely-related pigments (substances that color the plant) are essential to the photosynthetic process.
  8. reticulum (smooth ER) a vast system of interconnected, membranous, infolded and convoluted tubes that are located in the cell's cytoplasm (the ER is continuous with the outer nuclear membrane). The space within the ER is called the ER lumen. Smooth ER transport materials through the cell. It contains enzymes and produces and digests lipids (fats) and membrane proteins; smooth ER buds off from rough ER, moving the newly-made proteins and lipids to the Golgi body and membranes
  9. spherical body containing many organelles, including the nucleolus. The nucleus controls many of the functions of the cell (by controlling protein synthesis) and contains DNA (in chromosomes). The nucleus is surrounded by the nuclear membrane
  10. (also called the "microtubule organizing center") a small body located near the nucleus - it has a dense center and radiating tubules. The centrosomes is where microtubules are made. During cell division (mitosis), the centrosome divides and the two parts move to opposite sides of the dividing cell. Unlike the centrosomes in animal cells, plant cell centrosomes do not have centrioles.
  11. the jellylike material outside the cell nucleus in which the organelles are located.
  12. part of the chloroplasts in plant cells, located within the inner membrane of chloroplasts, between the grana.
  13. a thick, rigid membrane that surrounds a plant cell. This layer of cellulose fiber gives the cell most of its support and structure. The cell wall also bonds with other cell walls to form the structure of the plant.

22 Clues: membrane the membrane that surrounds the nucleus.an organelle within the nucleus - it is where ribosomal RNA is produced.(plural grana) A stack of thylakoid disks within the chloroplast is called a granum.the jellylike material outside the cell nucleus in which the organelles are located....

Biology 2014-01-09

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. When growth is rising at a steady rate with no limiting factors
  2. The total of different organisms in a ecosystem
  3. reaction When two chemicals react and become something new
  4. Relationship where one organism benefits and the other suffers
  5. Transportation across the membrane that requires energy
  6. Eats both plants and animals
  7. The place in which an organism lives
  8. The process of joining two smaller organic compounds to form one large organic compound
  9. Where substrates bind with the enzyme
  10. Which type of cell is more simple?
  11. Feeds on carrion(dead animals)
  12. Organelle inside the nucleus that is made of RNA and proteins
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  1. The role a species plays in a community; It's total way of life
  2. Maximum number of organisms an environment can hold
  3. The powerhouse of the cell
  4. The monomer of carbohydrates
  5. Organisms that take energy and use it to make their own food
  6. Something that all organic compounds contain
  7. Lowest level of the organization pyramid with Biosphere being the highest
  8. What is the cell membrane made of?
  9. The first step of the scientific method
  10. The monomer of protein
  11. The relationship of two organisms in which both benefit each other

23 Clues: The monomer of proteinThe powerhouse of the cellThe monomer of carbohydratesEats both plants and animalsFeeds on carrion(dead animals)What is the cell membrane made of?Which type of cell is more simple?The place in which an organism livesWhere substrates bind with the enzymeThe first step of the scientific method...

Biology 2014-04-20

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Fatty cells which act as an insulator
  2. Neurons that send a signal from the brain to the muscle
  3. Action potential travels along here
  4. Broken down ATP
  5. Space in which the action potential travels between
  6. Body that contains the nucleus
  7. Enzyme used to breakdown neurotransmitter
  8. Space between synaptic membranes
  9. Involved in the contraction and relaxation of muscles
  10. ATP
  11. Contains the genetic blueprint
  12. Structure that meets at the Neuromuscular Junction
  13. Have heads on and used in muscle contraction
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  1. ATP manufactured here
  2. Neurons that send a signal to the brain caused by a stimulus
  3. Synaptic vesicles release this substance
  4. Potential that gets created after the synapse
  5. Ions released from the sarcoplasmic reticulum
  6. Picks up electrical impulses from other cells and neurons
  7. Regulates calcium ion concentration
  8. Protects the body from injury
  9. Host to troponin and tropomyosin
  10. Criterion for naming muscle
  11. Criterion for naming muscle
  12. Connects bone to muscle
  13. Neurons found in the spine and the brain
  14. Criterion for naming muscle

27 Clues: ATPBroken down ATPATP manufactured hereConnects bone to muscleCriterion for naming muscleCriterion for naming muscleCriterion for naming muscleProtects the body from injuryBody that contains the nucleusContains the genetic blueprintSpace between synaptic membranesHost to troponin and tropomyosinAction potential travels along here...

Biology 2017-04-10

Biology crossword puzzle
Across
  1. "water loving"
  2. one trait is dominant and the other is recessive
  3. a species in an area
  4. a trait that improves and organism's ability to survive and reproduce
  5. "water fearing"
  6. what is made from the enzyme and substrate binding together
  7. where the substrate binds with the enzyme
  8. an organism's ability to survive and reproduce
  9. binds with Adenine in RNA
  10. DNA forms this and is one of the differences between RNA and DNA
  11. binds with Adenine
  12. 23rd pair of chromosomes and determines gender
  13. the membrane allows only certain materials into and out of the cell
  14. maintaining stable internal conditions