Competitive Exams: Revision Terminology Part 54

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  • Bohr effect - acidity on Hb, allow more transport of O2 from lungs to tissues.
  • Haldane effect – promote co2 transport.
  • pH , more Co2 released.
  • Larynx – cartilage of sarrtorini.
  • Alveolar air o2 = 13.1 % Co2 = 5.3 % N2 = 79 %
  • Pregnant women – thoracic breathing rest abdominal.
  • Pulmonary ventilation = tidal vol X resp rate.
  • Alveolar ventilation = (Tidal vol – Dead space Vol) X resp. Rate.
  • Sugareane ⇾ alc (Brazil)
  • Maize ⇾ alc (USA)
  • Petro Gops – Euphorbiaceae (euphorbia) , Compositae (Brickellia) , ascelpiadaceae, apocyanalce.
  • Gibberellins – parthenocarpy in grapes.
  • Continued state of muscle contraction = tetanus.
  • Sacromere = functional unit of myofibril
  • Corpus leuterm = ruptured graffian follicle
  • Oven is non motile as fully laden with food material.
  • Non cellular layer, transparent around ovum = zona pellucida.
  • Y – chr of drosophila = J shaped.
  • Linkage gp in Neurospore & yeast of genes.
  • Primer = short stretch of RNA formed on DNA template.
  • Primase = eng. Which polymerise building blocks into primer.
  • Hyrogens – subs released by body which rise the body temp.
  • Reapeated rhematic fever – streptococcal bacteria.
  • Exchange of gases in gills & lungs is possible due to thin walled capallary.
  • Pepsinogen becomes active in stomach due to HCE.
  • Digestion of fat – pancreatic lipase.
  • Co containing vitamin = vitamin B12
  • Analogous = Gineger (stem) & Sweet (root) potato (storage)
  • Homologous = Thorn of Bougvellia & tendril of cucurbits (axillary position)
  • Pea tendril & opuntia spines lemon thorns & cucurbits tendrils.
  • Perikaryon = cell body of neuron
  • Pneumocystic carnii – lungs,
  • Idiopathic multiple – skin cancer.
  • Chronic encephalitis – brain damage.
  • Thrombocytopenic purpurea – Haemorrage.
  • Defence 1st – skin, sweat glands.
  • Defence 2nd – mast cells, histeamines.
  • Defence 3rd – B & T cells, antibodies.
  • Guttation – hydathodes.
  • Turgidity of cell – K +
  • Reprod in staling bread = spores.
  • Photoblastic seeds need light for germination.
  • Primary Co2 acceptor in C3 plants = RuBP.
  • Root hair = unicellular.
  • Stem hair = multicellular.
  • Diaphragm – regulate amount of light entering microscope.
  • Compound microscopic – simple achromatic.
  • E. M. ⇾ electromagnetic in nature.
  • Suaeda fruticosa – Shows alkaline soil.
  • Best for plant growth – loamy soil.
  • Wood fiber – sclerenchyma matous.
  • Wood parenchyma – parenchymatous.
  • Oxalis – high light intensity as inhibiting photosynthesis = photoxidation.
  • No transpiration in submerged hydrophyte.
  • Litter – mor – non porous & friable.
  • Litter – mull – porous & earth worms.
  • Pilobolus, physarum & stemonitis – light affects sporulation.
  • Methylene blue – nucleus.
  • Acetocarmine – chromosomes.
  • Cuticular transp of mesophyte > xerophyte.
  • At time of wilting stomata remains closed even in pr of light due to synthesis of ABA in guard cells.

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