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organization of life

Chapter 10 introduction

what type of organism doesn't have a nucleus ? bacteria.
what is the subatomic particles? protons, neutrons, electrons
what is a molecule made of? carbohydrates, fats, protein, and nucleic acids
what is the organization of life? sub, atoms, molecule, organelles, cells, tissue, organs, organ system, organism, population, community, ecosystem, biosphere
when fertilization happens where does it happen at? in the organs
what do have in it? carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and nitrogen
what is multicellular and unicellular? multicellular is sexually and has nucleus, unicellular is asexually and has no nucleus
what is biosphere? all of the world that supports life
does DNA need to be the same or can it be different? it needs to be the same
how does the food chain work? carnivores, omnivores, plants, and herbivores
what are atoms? carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, nitrogen
what is a organism? any living thing
can u be unicellular and multicellular? no u can only be one or the other
do we need fats protein and nucleic acid to live? yes it has all the thing our body need to live
yes what do they have in them? fats have carbon, hydrogen and, oxygen protein has carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen nucleic acid has carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, nitrogen
how long could we go with out H2O? 3 days
what is a ecosystem? a climate
how does it help us? it brings us around other people there for we are not alone and we get our food in a climate something we are use to
how is sperm and egg related? because the egg is carried in the sperm
what is a zygote? an egg
Created by: dicksona