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Living Things

7th Grade - Book A - Ch. 1 Living Things

What is an organism's ability to maintain stable internal conditions? homeostasis
What two kingdoms contain ONLY heterotrophs? Animals and Fungi
What is the process of becoming a more complex organism? Development
What is the process of an organism becoming larger? growth
Which scientist organized animals into groups according to observable features? Carolus Linneaus
Which scientists used electricity to create earth's atmosphere and lightning? Miller and Urey
What are the four kingdoms of eukaryotes? animals, plants, fungi and protists
What is the dense part of a cell that contains nucleic acids? nucleus
What is the most abundant chemical in cells? Water
Which level of the classification system would have an organism that can produce offspring? Species
What type of experiment has two groups with one group having only one factor or variable changed? Controlled Experiment
What type of organism can produce its own food? autotroph
What type of organism cannot produce its own food? heterotroph
What organism is made up of one cell? unicellular
What organism is made up of many cells? multicellular
Are members of the domain Bacteria a prokaryote or eukaryote? Prokaryote
What domain is named after the ancient extreme environment they originated from? Archaea
What are ancient living things that are preserved in rocks? Fossils
What is the first word in an organism's scientific name? Genus
What is the second word in an organism's scientific name? Species
What is the scientific study of how living things are classified? Taxonomy
What domain contains organisms that have a nucleus? Eukaryote
What is the naming system that Linneaus used to classify organisms? Binomial Nomenclature
What causes a reaction to a change in an organism's environment? Stimulus
What are the four things that living organisms need to survive? Food, water, living space and stable internal conditions
According to a creation point of view, how old is earth? 5,000-6,000 years old
According to an evolution point of view, how old is earth? 13.5 billion years old
Created by: kpmueller