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Chapter 1 & 2

cell basic part of all living things
kingdom one of five groups large into which scientists classify all organisms
protist a one-celled organism
animal many celled organism
plant many celled organism that stays on ground
fungi fungi is fungus. is a plantlike living thing that does not contain chlorophyll
moneran a one-celled organism that does not have a nucleus
cell membrane a structure that surrounds and protects the cell
nucleus the control center of the cell
cytoplasm the jellylike material that surrounds and protects the cell
cell wall a stiff structure outside the cell membrane of some cells
chlorophyll green substance found in plants that is used for making food for the plant
vacuole liquid filled sac in a protist
chromosomes threadlike structure in the nucleus of the cell that carry information about the characteristics of all living things
protoplasm all the substance within the cell including the nucleus
ameba one celled animallike protist that has false feet
psudepods false feet of an ameba
paramecium one-celled animallike protist
cilia tiny hairlike structures on a paramecium
euglena animallike protist that moves with flagellum
flagellum whiplike structure attached to the mouth region
mushrooms fungi that can be a parasite or scavenger
spore single cell that can grow into a new organism
yeast single celled organisms that is used to make bread
mildew fungi that live in damp places LIKE A SHOWER
bacteria ex of a moneran
virus a thing that seems to be alive but is not made of cells
nuclear membrane surrounds and protects the nucleus
diatom ex. of plantlike protist
diffusion process in which food, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and wastes products move in and out of cells
respiration process in living things in which oxygen combines with food, releasing energy from the food
mitosis cell division, process in which one cell divides forming two new cells
problem a question or problem you can test
research background info about a scientific problem
hypothesis educated guess based on research
procedure steps you will follow to test a problem
materials list of things you will need in the experiment
experiment the actual testing of the problem
data info gathered during experiment
observation any changes notices during experiment
conclusion statements about the result of experiment
theory final factual statement about the results
vertebrate animal with backbone
invertebrates animal without backbone
pore small hole or opening in a sponge
sponge organism that has pores
spicules needlelike parts of a sponge
stinging cell animal animal that has tentacles for catching prey
stinging cell cell that contains a poisonous thread
tentacles an arm like part around the mouth of a stinging cell animal
flatworm a type of worm that has 1 body opening
roundworm type of worm that is a parasite and it has 2 body openings
segmented worm type of worm that is divided into segments
mollusk invertebrate with a soft body
mantle a fleshy covering that protects the organs of mollusks
body mass where all eternal organs are located
univalve one shelled mollusk
bivalve two shelled mollusk
cephalopod mollusk with no shell or eternal shell
foot where animals move
arthropod an animal with jointed legs, segmented body, and hard outer covering
exoskeleton the hard outer covering of arthropods
molt to shed the outer body covering
scavenger an authropod that feeds of of dead and decaying things
parasite authropod that lives in living things and harms that living thing which it feeds
crustacean arthropod with two body sections
insect authropod with 3 body segments
head where mouth and most of the sense organs are located
antenna sense organs are used
thorax where legs are located
abdomen where other organs are located
arachnid arthropod with no antennas
chilopod authropod with more than 3 segments
diplopod authropod with more than 3 segments
setae hairlike structures
Created by: HunterCantwell