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Utah 6th grade science standard 5

Plant-like protists that live in water and contain chlorophyll. They produce oxygen and their own food. Algae
Organisms that are neither plant nor animals, but have characteristics of both and absorb food from whatever they are growing on. Fungi
A living thing that can only be seen with under magnification. Microorganism
An organism, often a bacterium or fungus, that feeds on and breaks down dead plant or animal matter. Decomposer
Any organism that has only one cell, the smallest unit of life. Single–celled Organism
Any living thing. Organism
Microscopic single-celled organisms that exist everywhere. Bacteria
A single-celled animal-like organism that often lives in ponds. Protozoan
A living thing, like a green plant, that makes its food from simple substances and sunlight. Producer
An idea or question that can be tested. Hypothesis
A series of steps to find the answer to a question. Experiment
A process designed to answer a question. Investigation
A part of an experiment that is changed. Variable
A part of the experiment that is unchanged. Control
To grow microorganisms in a specially prepared nutrient medium i.e. growing mold on bread, your bread is your nutrient medium. Culture
The summary of an experiment which is based on the data. Conclusion
Created by: Smedberg