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module 10

Apologia General Science Module 10 vocab and other info

QuestionAnswer
pathogen an organism that causes diseases
dehydrated food food in which almost all water has been removed
decomposers organisms that break down the dead remains of other organisms
vegetative reproduction the process by which one part of a plant can form new roots and develop into a complete plant
biology the study of life
five-kingdom system a convenient way to classify living organisms
Monera and Protista the 1st and 2nd kingdoms - contain most of the organisms in the microscopic world
Fungi the 3rd kingdom - contains organisms like mushrooms and molds
Animalia the 5th kingdom - contains animals
Plantae the 4th kingdom - contains plants
prokaryotic cell a cell that has no distinct, membrane-bounded organelles (cells without a nucleus)
eukaryotic cell a cell with distinct, membrane-bounded organelles (cells that have a nucleus)
Created by: holcomb on 2009-01-19



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