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classification organizing things by their similar traits
binomial nomenclature a formal system of naming organisms
prokaryote cell without a nucleus
eukaryote cell with a nucleus
dichotomous key a key to help find an unknown species
archaea bacteria a bacteria-like organism but is a prokaryote
virus a particle that invades and reproduces inside a cell
host a cell that allows the virus to invade itself
parasite bugs that carry bacteria and disease
flagellum whip like structure on a cell to help move
binary fission way a cell reproduces asexually by splitting in half
conjugation the way cells reproduce sexually by connection with another cell
endospore a covering on a cell that protects the cell until conditions are right to reproduce
decomposer a bacteria that gets rid of waste
protist a cell that can not be classified as a fungi or plant but is very similar
protozoans unicellular organisms that can not be classified
pseudopod a false foot that help amoeba move
cilia little hairs on a cell to help make move
algae grass that grows on the bottom of the ocean
spore what fungi use to reproduce
fungi the kingdom that holds the organisms that reproduce by using spores
hyphae the long strands that make up fungi
fruiting body the spore producing organ of a fungus
budding way cells reproduce by growing off the body of the parent
lichen bacteria that grows on moist surfaces
Created by: ethan.forman