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Brandt Sci 1.1-3

Chapter 1, lesson 1-3

What are the 5 basic life functions? Use Energy, Respond to Environment, Reproduce, Grow and Develop, Get rid of Waste
What are the 4 needs basic needs? Oxygen, Place to Live, Food, Water
What is an organism? A living thing that carries out five basic life functions on it's own.
What does extinct mean? An organism that is no longer alive on earth?
What is an organ? A group of tissues working together.
What is a tissue? A group of similar cells working together.
What is a cell? The smallest unit of living matter?
What is a trait? It is a characteristic of a living organism.
What is a species? Smallest group into which an organism is classified.
What is a fossil? Evidence of an organism that lived in the past.
What is a genus? A group of 2 or more similar species.
What is the order of a virus? Attach, infect, copy & explode.
Name 3 one celled organisms. Protist, fungi, & bacteria.
Name the 2 types of protists and an example of each. Plantlike- algae & euglena. Animallike- paramecium & amoeba.
What is the order of the parts that make up an organism. cells, tissue, organ, organ system & organism.
Name an example of an organ. heart, liver, lungs, muscle.
The oldest fossils are found in what layer? the bottom.
What is a one celled organism that lives in pond water? Protist.
What is the largest group organisms are classified into? Kingdom.
Differences in the plant & animal cell. covering(plant thick cell wall, animal thin cell membrane), color (plant green, animal wide variety) and shape (plant boxlike, animal any)
Organisms name comes from genus(1st name) & species(2nd name) like panthera tigris
Scientists compare organisms by their... limbs & embryos
A plant cell has how many parts? What are the different parts it has that the animal cell doesn't have? 8 (chloroplast & cell wall)
Similarities between animal & plant cell small, covering(cell membrane with small structures, filled with jelly like substance
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