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Water has a high freezing point and a lower density as a solid than as a liquid. Water is most dense at four degrees celsius. This allows ice to float on top of water so a whole body of water does not freeze during the winter. Because of this property of water, aquatic animals can survive the winter. Understand pH chemistry in biological systems The pH scale measures how acidic or basic a solution is. An acid is a solution that increases the hydrogen ion concentration of a solution. An example is hydrochloric acid (HCl).

There are several mechanisms that contribute to genetic variation in sexual reproductive organisms. Three of them are independent assortment of chromosomes, crossing over, and random fertilization. At the metaphase I stage of meiosis, each homologous pair of chromosomes sits along the metaphase plate. The orientation of the homologous pairs is random and independent of the other pairs. This results in an independent assortment of maternal and paternal chromosomes. Based on this information, it seems as though each chromosome in a gamete would be of only maternal or paternal origin.

Hibernation among some animals is an innate behavior. Learned behavior is modified due to past experience. BIOLOGY 53 TEACHER CERTIFICATION STUDY GUIDE Subarea IV. Human Biology 0016 Understand the structures and functions of the human skeleton, muscular, and integumentary systems The Human Skeleton The axial skeleton consists of the bones of the skull and vertebrae. The appendicular skeleton consists of the bones of the legs, arms, tail, and shoulder girdle. Bone is a connective tissue.

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