Bioaccumulation refers to the accumulation of substances, such as pesticides, or
other chemicals in an organism. Bioaccumulation occurs when an organism
absorbs a - possibly toxic ... These compound...
ALL BODY ORGANS ARE IMPORTANT! BUT..The brain is the most important
organ since it does not have a replacement if something bad happened to it and
indeterminate, life-long growth with both young and mature body parts occurring
at ... Tha advantages of commnication of having one correct name for an
organism? ... What is most likely the result of an organism having lipids in its body
? ... found all along woody roots and stems, increase the thickness of these plant
Free radicals thus adversely alter lipids, proteins, and DNA and trigger a number
of ...  Most of the potentially harmful effects of oxygen are due to the formation
and ...  Oxidative stress, arising as a result of an imbalance between free
radical ... B-carotene may be protective against cancer through its antioxidant
Various aspects of these poisoning syndromes are discussed in detail including
... marine organisms, chemical structures and analytical methods of the toxins,
habitat ... Most likely, this was a member of the hidden plankton flora (previously
.... can be incorporated into a lipid bilayer by formation of a vesicle in its presence
Bacterial cells are extremely small and are most conveniently measured in
microns (10-6 m). ... A basal body anchored in the plasma membrane and cell
wall gives rise to a ..... 2-6): in Gram-negative organisms these structures
constitute the cell ... of Gram-positive organisms or its enzymatic removal with
lysozyme results in ...
The mosaic nature of the membrane, its phospholipid chemistry, and the
presence of ... Any lipid consisting of a diglyceride combined with a phosphate
group and a simple organic ... This results in tails that are relatively straight. ...
Many organisms (fish are one example) are capable of adapting to cold
environments by ...
As a result, these lipid rafts. A) are .... Which of the following is the most likely
explanation? ... E) An individual organism selects its preferred type of cell
membrane for ... A) an animal connective tissue cell bathed in isotonic body fluid
..... E) a greater proportion of relatively large glycolipids compared with lipids
Common lipid groups include waxes, steroids, fats, and phospholipids. ...
hydrophobic (insoluble in water) despite having one polar functional group. ...
Almost all living organisms synthesize and incorporate cis-fatty acids into their
lipids. ..... Which type of lipid is most likely found in the coating on the surface of
Organisms with a central nervous system (CNS) are well adapted to cope with ...
These neurones are stimulated by changes in their environment to transmit ...
The axon always transmits impulses away from the cell body. ... When a neurone
is stimulated the electrical potential of its cell membrane is altered, it is