VOCAB HELP:
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BIOLOGY VOCABULARY

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1st Gap (G1)
2nd Gap (G2)
A
A Mollusk Rhyme
Abiogenesis
Abiotic
Accessory Pigments
Acid
Acoelomate
Active transport
Adaptation
Adaptive Radiation
Adenine
ADP
Aerobic
Agnatha
Alcoholic Fermentation
Alfred Hershey and Martha Chase
Algae
Allele
Allele Frequency
Allelopathy
Alternation of Generations
Alternation of Generations
Amino Acid
Ammonia
Amniotic Egg
Amoebocytes
Amphibian
Amplexus
Anaerobic
Anaphase
Anaphase 1
Anaphase 2
Aneura
Angiosperms
Animal
Animal dispersal
Animalia
Annelid
Annuals
Anterior
Antheridium
Anthers
Anthozoa
Antibiotics
Antibiotics Resistance
Anticodon
Aquatic
Archegonium
Arm
Arthropod
Artificial Selection
Ascaris
Asexual reproduction
Aster
Astroidea
Asymmetry
Atoms
ATP
Autosomal
Autotroph
Auxins
B
Bacteriophage
Base
Berries
Bilateral Symmetry
Binary Fission
Binominal Nomenclature
Biodiversity
Biome
Biosphere
Biotic
Bipedal
Bivalvia
Body hair
Brain
Brow Ridge
Bulk Feeding
C
Calvin Cycle
Capsule
Carbohydrates
Carbon
Carnivora
Carnivore
Carolus Linnaeus
Carpals
Catalyst
Cell Cycle
Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
Cellular Respiration
Central Dogma of Biology
Centriole
Centromere
Cephalization
Cephalopoda
Cerebral Cortex
Cerebrum
Cestoda
Cetacea
Chargaff’s Rule
Charles Darwin
Chelonia
Chemiosmosis
Chemistry
Chiroptera
Chitin
Chlorophyll
Chlorophyta
Chloroplast
Chondrichthyes
Chordata
Chordate
Chromatids
Chromatin
Chromosomal Mutation
Chromosomes
Circulation
Class
Class Arachnida
Class Chilopoda
Class Diplopoda
Class Insecta
Cloaca
Closed circulatory system
Cnidaria
Cnidocysts
CoDominant
Codon
Coelom
Collar Cells
Commensalism
Community
Complete digestive system
Complete Metamorphosis
Cones
Conformer
Conifer
Consumers
Convergent Evolution
Copulation
Cortex
Counter Current Flow
Course Focus
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Covalent Bond
Crinoidea
Crocodilia
Cutaneous respiration
Cuticle
Cytokenisis
Cytokinins
Cytoplasm
Cytosine
Cytoskeleton
D
Decomposer
Deoxyribose
Desiccation
Detritus
Developed sensory structures
Diaphragm of a Scope
Diaphragm muscle
Dichotomous Key
Dicot
Diffusion
Digestion
Dihybrid
Diploid
Directional Selection
Dirsruptive Selection
DNA
DNA replication
Domain Archaeabacteria
Domain Eubacteria
Domain Eukarya
Dominant
Dorsal
Dorsal hollow nerve cord
Double Helix
Double loop circulation
Drupes
E
Echinoderm
Echinoidea
Ecosystem
Ectothermic
Edwin Chargaff
Electron Transport Chain
Electrons
Endodermis
Endosperm
Endotherms
Enzymes
Epidermis
Ethylene
Eukaryotic
Evolution
Excretion
Exoskeleton
External fertilization
Eyepiece
Eyespot
F
Facilitated diffusion
FAD
Family
Feathers
Fecal oral route
Female cones
Fermentation
Ferns
Fiddle heads
Filaments
Fine Focus
First Filial Generation [F1]
First Parental Generation [P1]
Fitness
Flame cells
Flowers
Flukes
Flying Adaptations
Fossils
Four chambered heart
Franseco Redi
Frederick Griffith
Fronds
Frontal Lobe
Fruit
Fruiting body
Fungi
G
G Zero (G 0)
Gamete
Gametes
Gametogenesis
Gametophyte
Gas Exchange
Gastropoda
Gastrovascular Cavity
Gemmules
Gene
Gene Mutation
Genetic Drift
Genetics
Genotype
Genus
Geotropism
Gibberellin
Gills
Glycerol and Fatty Acid
Glycolysis
Golgi Apparatus
Gradualism
Guanine
Guard cell
Gymnosperms
H
Habitat
Haploid
Heart
Herbivore
Hermaphroditic
Heterotroph
Heterotrophic
Heterozygous
High degree of infant care
Hirudinea
Hollow Bones
Holotheuroidea
Hominid
Hominin
Homologous Chromosomes
Homologous structures
Homozygous
Hookworms
Host
Hybridization
Hydrogen bonds
Hydrostatic Skeleton
Hydrozoa
Hyphae
I
Incomplete Dominance
Incomplete Metamorphosis
Independent assortment
Internal fertilization
Invertebrate
Ionic Bonds
J
Jacobsons Organ
James Watson and Francis Crick
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John Needham
K
Keel
Kidney
Kingdom
Kreb's Cycle
L
Lactic Acid Fermentation
Ladder Like Nerves
Lagomorpha
Larval stage
Lateral Line
Lazzaro Spallanzani
Leaf Veins
Leaves
Legumes
Light Dependent Reactions
Light Independent Reactions
Light sensing spots
Limb Girdles
Lipid Bilayer
Lipids
Louis Pasteur
Lower epidermis
Lower Invertebrates
Lungs
Lysosomes
M
Male cones
Malpigian Tubules
Mammary Gland
Mandible
Mantle
Marine
Marsupialia
Medusa
Meiosis
Meiosis 2
Mesophyll
Metaphase
Metaphase 1
Metaphase 2
Microfilaments
Microtubules
Mitochondria
Mitosis
Molecule
Mollusks
Molting
Monocot
Monohybrid
Monomer
Monosaccharides
Monotremata
Moss
mRNA
Multicellular
Mutualism
Mycelium
N
NAD
NADP
Natural Selection
Nature overproduces
Nematode
Neocortex
Neocortex
Neolithic
Neolithic
Nephridia
Nerve Net
Nerve ring
Nervous System
Neutrons
Niche
Nitrogenous Base
Notochord
Nucleic Acid
Nucleotide
Nucleus
Nuts
O
Objective Lens
Oligochaeta
Omnivore
One way airflow system
Oogenesis
Open circulatory system
Operculum
Ophiuroidea
Order
Organelle
Organic Chemistry
Organism
Osculum
Osmosis
Osteichthyes
Ostia
Oswald Avery
Ovary
Oviparous
Ovoviviparous
P
Palisade Mesophyll
Parasite
Parasitism
Passive transport
Pectoral muscles
Pentamerous Radial Symmetry
Peptidogylcan Cell Wall
Perenials
Petals
Phaeophyta
Pharnyx
Pharyngeal gill slits
Phenotype
Phloem
Photosynthesis
Phototropism
Phylum
Pinworms
Planaria
Plant Embryo
Plantae
Plasmids
Platyhelmenthese
Pleistocene
Pliocene
Polar Covalent Bond
Pollen
Pollination
Poly Peptide
Polycheata
Polymer
Polymerization
Polyp
PolyPeptide
Polyplacophora
Polysaccharides
Population
Porifera
Posterior
Primary consumer
Primates
Proboscidea
Producers
Prokaryotic
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Prophase
Prophase 1
Prophase 2
Protein
Protist
Protista
Protonema
Protons
Pseudocoelom
Punctuated equilibrium
Punnett Square
Q
R
Radial Symmetry
Radula
Range of tolerance
Recessive
Regulator
Reproduction
Rhizoids
Rhizomes
Rhodophyta
Ribose
Ribosomes
RNA
Rodentia
Roots
Rosalind Franklin
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
rRNA
S
S Phase (S)
Sagittal Crest
Sagittal Keel
Saprovore
Scales
Scyphozoa
Second Filial Generation [F2]
Second Parental Generation [P2]
Secondary consumer
Seed Coat
Seed Plants
Seeds
Segmentation
Semi-Permiable
Sensory Structures
Sepals
Separate sexes
Septa
Sessile
Setae
Sex Linkage
Sexual reproduction
Single loop circulation
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Smooth skin
Soft bodied
Sori
Speciation
Species
Spermatogenesis
Spermatophores
Spicules
Spinal cord
Spongin
Spongocoel
Spongy Mesophyll
Spontaneous generation
Sporangium
Spores
Sporophyte
Squamata
Stabilizing Selection
Stage
Stage Clips
Stalk
Stamen
Stanley Miller
Stems
Stigma
Stoma
Struggle for existence
Style
Subphylum Crustacea
Succession
Sugar-Phosphate
Support System
Surface gills
Swim bladder
Symbiont
Symbiosis
T
Tapeworms
Taxonomy
Teeth variation
Telophase
Telophase 1
Telophase 2
Terrestrial
Tertiary consumer
Test Cross
The Beagle
Thigmotropism
Three chambered heart
Thymine
Tracheids
Tracheophytes
Trait
Transcription
Transient ectoparasite
Translation
Trematoda
tRNA
True Breeding
Tube Feet
Tuberlaria
Two Chambered Heart
Type Specimen
U
Upper epidermis
Uric acid
Urodela
V
Vacuole
Valence
Variation
Vascular cylinder
Vascular Plants
Ventral
Ventral solid nerve cord
Vertebral column
Vertebrata
Vertebrate
Virus
Viviparous
W
Water dispersal
Water Vascular System
Well Developed Eyes
Well developed senses
Wind dispersal
X
Xylem
Y
Z
Zygomatic Arch
Zygospore
Zygote

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