Bio Review

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1.Digestive & respiratory systems (crossover point)
2.Conditions in stomach that aid in digestion
3.Organs that assist small intestine (liver, gallbladder, pancreas) 4.Pancreatic enzymes
5.Function of microvilli in small intestine
6.Functions of liver
7.3 steps in respiration
8.Function of cilia in respiratory tract
9.Parts of “Respiratory tree”
10.Lung structure (Alveoli)
11.Breathing mechanism (movement of diaphragm)
12.General function of kidney
13.Structure of nephron and its relation to urine formation 14.Lymphatic organs in immune system (Red bone marrow, thymus gland, lymph nodes, spleen) 15.Antibody/Antigen interactions
16.Lymphocytes (B cells; T cells)
17.Nonspecific defenses that protect the body from infection (barriers, inflammatory response, natural killer cells) 18.Immunizations (promote active immune response & formation of memory cells) 19.Allergic response (release of histamine from mast cells) 20.Autoimmune diseases

21.Parts of Central Nervous System versus Peripheral Nervous System 22.Parts of a Neuron (cell body, dendrite, axon)
23.Comparison of functions of sensory neuron, interneuron and motor neuron 24.Role of neurotransmitters at a synapse
25.Functions of hypothalamus
26.Main function of Cerebrum in brain
27.Differences between sympathetic and parasympathetic division of Autonomic Nervous System (Fight and Flight response) 28.Male reproductive organs (overview)
29.sperm cells (parts and functions)
30.Female reproductive organs (overview)
31.Gastrulation
32.Tissues that Ectoderm, Mesoderm and Endoderm give rise to 33.Function of Placenta
34.Carrying capacity
35.More Developed Countries versus Less Developed Countries (population growth) 36.Environmental Impact
37.Exponential versus Logistic population growth curves
38.Density independent versus Density dependent factors in population growth 39.Factors that affect extinction
40.Ecological succession
41.Species...
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