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Atom Door Mind Map: Atom

1. Carbon Cycle

1.1. Atmosphere filled with C02

1.2. Photosynthesis

1.3. Death and Decay

1.4. Combustion

1.4.1. Carbon Dioxide

1.4.1.1. Carbon Footprint

1.4.1.2. Green Houses

1.4.1.3. Green Energy

1.4.2. Global Warming

1.4.2.1. Ocean Acidification

1.4.2.2. Polar Ice Caps

1.4.2.3. Solar Power

1.4.2.4. Wind Power

1.5. Resparation

2. Water Cycle

2.1. Percipitation

2.2. Evaporation

2.3. Transpiration

2.4. Run Off

2.5. Seepage

2.6. Rootuptake

3. Water

3.1. pH Scale

3.1.1. Acids vs Bases

3.2. Hydrogen Bonding

3.2.1. Convalent Bond

3.2.2. Ionic Bond

3.2.3. Double/Triple Bonds

3.2.4. Hydrophobic

3.2.5. Hydrphillic

3.3. Cohesion

3.4. Adhesion

3.5. Polarity

4. Nucleus

4.1. Protons

4.2. Neutrons

5. Electrons

6. Element

6.1. monecule

6.1.1. Compound

6.1.1.1. carbohydrates

6.1.1.1.1. Saccharieds

6.1.1.2. Protein

6.1.1.2.1. Amino Acids

6.1.1.2.2. Enzymes

6.1.1.3. Polymers

6.1.1.4. Saccharides

6.1.1.4.1. Activation Energy

6.1.1.5. Lipids and Fats

6.1.1.5.1. Fatty Acids

6.1.1.6. Reactants

6.1.1.6.1. Solutes in Solutions

6.1.1.7. Products

6.1.1.7.1. Solvents in solutions

6.1.1.8. Functional Groups

6.1.2. Monomers

6.2. Carbon

6.2.1. Double/Triple bonds

6.2.2. Functional Group

6.3. Atomic Number

6.4. Periodic Table of Elements

6.5. Oxygen

6.6. C02

6.7. Water

6.7.1. Glycolysis

6.7.1.1. Pruviric Acid

6.7.1.2. Fermentation

6.7.1.2.1. Lactic Acid Fermebtation

6.7.1.2.2. Cheese/ Dairy products

6.7.1.2.3. Alcohol Products

6.7.1.2.4. Yeast

7. Mass

7.1. Matter

7.1.1. Atoms in a Solid

7.1.2. Atoms in a Liquid

7.1.3. Atoms in a Gas

7.1.4. Heat and Energy

8. Organism

8.1. Population

8.1.1. Community

8.1.1.1. Ecosystem

8.1.1.1.1. Biome

8.1.1.1.2. Biotic Factor

8.1.1.1.3. Abiotic Factor

8.1.1.2. Interdependence

8.2. Conformers

8.2.1. Migration

8.2.2. Hibernation

8.3. Regulators

8.4. Producers

8.5. Herbavoirs

8.6. Carnivorous

8.7. Omnivoirs

8.8. Detrivitiors

8.9. Energy Pryamid

8.9.1. Kcal

8.10. Cells

8.10.1. Celll Theroy

8.10.1.1. Cellular Basis for Life

8.10.1.2. Cell Size

8.10.2. Plasma Membrane

8.10.3. Cytoplasm

8.10.4. Prokaryotes

8.10.5. Eukaryotes

8.10.6. Tissues

8.10.6.1. Organs

8.10.6.1.1. Organ System

8.10.7. Mitochondria

8.10.8. Ribosomes

8.10.9. Endoplasmic Reticulum

8.10.10. Lyosomes

8.10.10.1. Lyphnodes

8.10.11. Peroxisomes

8.10.12. Cytoskeleton

8.10.13. Golgi Apperatus

8.10.14. Centriols

8.10.15. Bacteria

8.10.16. Skin cells

8.10.16.1. Epidermil

8.10.16.2. Mesodermal

8.10.16.3. Endothermal

8.10.17. Mucus

8.10.18. WBCs

8.10.19. Phagocyte

8.10.20. Histamine

8.10.21. Anti-histamiines

8.10.22. B-cells

8.10.22.1. Memory cells

8.10.22.1.1. Vaccines

8.11. Colonial Organism

8.12. Heterotrophs

8.13. Autotrophs

8.13.1. Leaf

8.13.2. Plant Cells

8.13.2.1. Chloroplast

8.13.2.2. Granam

8.13.2.3. Thylakoid

8.13.2.4. Chlorophyll A/B

8.13.2.5. Cartenoids

8.13.3. Photosytesis Equation

8.13.3.1. Light Reaction Cycle

8.13.3.1.1. Pigments

8.13.3.2. Photosystem 1 and 2

8.13.3.3. Calvin Cycle

8.13.3.3.1. Oxygen

8.13.3.3.2. C02

8.13.3.4. C3C4CAM

8.13.4. Stroma

8.13.4.1. Atp Synthase

8.13.4.1.1. Stromata

8.13.5. Chesmosis

8.13.6. Anther

8.13.6.1. Pollen

8.13.7. Stigma

8.13.8. Seeds

8.13.9. Self pollination

8.13.10. Cross Pollination

8.13.11. True breeding

8.13.11.1. P generation

8.13.11.1.1. F1 generation

8.13.12. Hybrids

8.14. Cellular reperation equation

8.14.1. ATP

8.15. James Watson and Francis Crick

8.16. Gregor Mendal

8.17. Virus

8.17.1. Virus head

8.17.1.1. Virus DNA

8.17.2. Virus Legs

8.17.3. Allergies

8.18. Cilla

8.19. Saliva

8.20. Stomach acid

8.20.1. Stoamch ulcer

8.21. T-cells

8.22. Pryogens

8.22.1. Antibodies

8.22.1.1. Antigen

9. Microscope

9.1. Eyepeice

9.2. Stage

9.3. Objective Lens

9.4. Electron Microscope

10. DNA

10.1. Double Helix

10.2. Nucleotide

10.2.1. Adenine'

10.2.2. Cytosine

10.2.3. gaunine

10.2.4. thymine

10.3. Deoxyribose

10.4. Phosphate

10.5. Nitrogenous Base

10.6. Purines

10.7. Pyrimidines

10.8. dna replication

10.8.1. helicase

10.8.2. replicatuin fork

10.8.3. rna primecase

10.8.4. primer

10.8.5. dna polymerase

10.8.6. ligase

10.8.7. semi conservative

10.8.8. replication

10.8.9. leading strand

10.8.10. lagging strand

10.8.11. leading strand

10.8.12. dna mutations

10.8.13. cancer

10.9. complemetery stand

10.10. Gene

10.10.1. Dominant factor

10.10.1.1. Recessive factor

10.10.2. Law of segregation

10.10.3. Law of independent assortment

10.10.4. Dominant allele

10.10.5. Recessive allele

10.10.6. Genotype

10.10.7. Phenotype

10.11. chromosmes

10.11.1. Histones

10.11.2. Chromatin

10.11.3. Homolygus chromosomes

10.11.3.1. Homozygus dom

10.11.3.2. Homozygus recessive

10.11.3.3. Heterozygus

10.11.3.4. Monohybrid cross

10.11.3.4.1. Punnet square

10.11.4. Sex chromosomes

10.11.4.1. X chromosome

10.11.4.2. Y chromosomes

10.11.5. Karyotype

10.11.6. Haploid

10.11.7. Diploid

10.11.8. Mitosis

10.11.8.1. Interphase

10.11.8.1.1. G1

10.11.8.1.2. S

10.11.8.1.3. G2

10.11.8.2. Prophase

10.11.8.3. Metaphase

10.11.8.3.1. Metaphase plate

10.11.8.4. Anaphase

10.11.8.5. Telophase

10.11.8.6. Cytokinesis

10.11.8.6.1. Clevage Furrow

10.11.8.7. Centrosomes

10.11.8.7.1. Spindle Fibers

10.11.8.8. Cell plate

10.11.9. Mieosis 1 and 2

10.11.9.1. Prophase 1 and 2

10.11.9.1.1. Synapsis

10.11.9.2. Metaphase 1 and 2

10.11.9.2.1. Crossing over

10.11.9.3. Anaphase 1 and 2

10.11.9.4. Telophase 1 and 2

10.11.9.5. Cytokinesis 1 and 2

10.11.9.6. Gametes

10.11.9.6.1. Sperm cells

10.11.9.6.2. Egg Cells

10.11.9.6.3. Zygote

10.11.10. Trait

10.12. Binary Fussion

10.13. Characteristic

10.14. Heretible feature

11. RNA

11.1. Ribose

11.2. Uracil

11.3. Single Starded

11.4. Transcription

11.4.1. Terminal Signal

11.4.2. mRNA

11.5. Promoter

11.6. RNA Polymerase

11.7. Translation

11.7.1. Initiation

11.7.2. Elongation

11.7.3. Termination

11.7.4. Codon table

11.7.4.1. Codons

11.7.4.1.1. Stopcodon

11.7.5. rRNA

11.7.6. tRNA

11.7.6.1. Anti-codons