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unit 11 science


multicellular an organism made of many cellls
unicellular an organism made up of only one cell
asexual reproduction requires dna from only one parent
sexual reproduction a method that requires dna from both parents
heterotroph different feeding
cell the smallest unit of an organism
nucleus a structure found in eukaryotic cells
classification the prccess of grouping things based on similarities
kingdom a taxonomic rank below domain
cell theory states that all living organism's are made up of 1 or more cells
taxonomy a branch of science that classifies organism's
kingdom Archeabacteria unicellular, asexual,auto,and heterotroph that lives in extreme invironments
kingdom Eubacteria unicellular,asexual,auto ,and heterotroph,prokaryotic organism thet live in moderate invironments
kingdom proista uni and multi clellular ,auto and hetertroph ,sexual or asexual,eukaryotic organism's that are microscopic
kingdom fungi known as the decomposer of the foodchain
kingdom plantae known as the producer of the foodchain
kingdom animilia known as the consumer of the foodchain
domain bacteria prokaryotic, single celled organism that lacks a nucleus
domain archaea prokaryotic ,single celled organism that lacks a nucleus and can live in extreme invironments
domain eukarya organism's with cells that contain a nucleus
prokaryotic a cell lacking a nucleus or any other membrane
eukaryotic a cell containing a membrane
domain the highest and largest rank of organism's
autotroph able to make its own food
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