A part of the highly visible! extension of the award-winning exceptionally effortless! Series®, this leading edge booklet makes use of a shiny image presentation to maximise the facility of visible pondering in figuring out anatomy and body structure. hundreds and hundreds of special and colourful photos, diagrams, charts, and different visible aids exhibit the anatomic buildings and physiologic approaches of every physique procedure. trademarks contain reminiscence Board—visual mnemonics; within Scoop—close-up examine inner anatomic buildings; opt for the Flow—physiology flowcharts; and during the Ages—age-related issues. "Vision Quest" puzzles try readers' wisdom in an enjoyable approach.
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Electrons play a key role in chemical bonds and reactions. The number of electrons in an atom equals the number of protons in its nucleus. Each electron shell can hold a maximum number of electrons and represents a specific energy level. 29 Chemical reactions Chemical reactions depend on energy as well as particle concentration, speed, and orientation. A chemical reaction involves unpaired electrons in the outer shells of atoms. In this reaction, one of two events occurs: • Unpaired electrons from the outer shell of one atom transfer to the outer shell of another atom • One atom shares its unpaired electrons with another atom.
___ D. Movement of fluid and dissolved particles through a cell membrane as a result of pressure on one side of the membrane View Answer Matchmaker 1. C (diffusion), 2. B (osmosis), 3. A (sodium-potassium pump), 4. D (filtration). 20 Genetics basics Genetics is the study of heredityâ the passing of traits from biological parents to their children. Physical traits, such as eye color, are inherited, as are biochemical and physiologic traits, including the tendency to develop certain diseases. Inside scoop: Chromosomes A chromosome is made up of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecules coiled around a protein framework.
For example, by forces of attraction, an electron is transferred from a sodium (Na) atom to a chlorine (Cl) atom. The result is a molecule of sodium chloride (NaCl). 54 55 Covalent bond In a covalent bond, atoms share a pair of electrons. This is what happens when two hydrogen (H) atoms form a covalent bond. 31 Inorganic and organic compounds Although most biomolecules (molecules produced by living cells) form organic compounds, or compounds containing carbon, some form inorganic compounds, or compounds without carbon.
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