DNA Nucleotide – Biology Test

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DNA Nucleotide – Biology Test

The key terms of Biology Test include, Cell, Specie, Organism, Enzyme, DNA Nucleotide.


gram positive

 means the cell does not have an extra peptidoglycan wall, stains purple


gram negative 

means the cell has an extra cell wall, stains pink


    double helix

 two strands of DNA twisted around each other


nucleotide

 the subunits of nucleic acids


deoxyribose

 The five-carbon sugar in DNA nucleotides


complementary base pairs

 G-C, and A-T


DNA helicases

 enzymes that break the hydrogen bonds between the GCATs


epididymis 

storage area of the sperm


vas deferens

 tube leading from the epididymis to the urethra


semen

 sperm and seminal fluid


ovaries

 gamete-producing organs in females


fallopian tube

 tube where the egg travels


cervix 

sphincter between vagina and uterus


uterus

 hollow muscular organ


vagina

 muscular tube that leads from the outside of the body to the uterus


ovulation

 release of an ovum from the ovaries


follicle

 cluster of cells that surrounds an immature egg cell and provides it with nutrients


FSH

 follicle-stimulating hormone


corpus luteus

 the broken-down follicle after the egg is released from the ovary


labia

 folds of skin around the vagina


strept- 

cells are lined up in a row


staph-

 cells are in a cluster


gram positive

 means the cell does not have an extra peptidoglycan wall, stains purple


gram negative 

means the cell has an extra cell wall, stains pink


    double helix

 two strands of DNA twisted around each other


nucleotide

 the subunits of nucleic acids


deoxyribose

 The five-carbon sugar in DNA nucleotides


complementary base pairs

 G-C, and A-T


DNA helicases

 enzymes that break the hydrogen bonds between the GCATs


gram positive

 means the cell does not have an extra peptidoglycan wall, stains purple


gram negative 

means the cell has an extra cell wall, stains pink


    double helix

 two strands of DNA twisted around each other


nucleotide

 the subunits of nucleic acids


deoxyribose

 The five-carbon sugar in DNA nucleotides


complementary base pairs

 G-C, and A-T