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life Science 3a


two or more tissues that work together to perform a specific function organ
the ability to do work energy
a complete, living thing organism
a tiny unit of living material surrounded by a thin membrane cell
composed of more than one cell mutlicellular
the sequence of stages during an organism's life life cycle
substances that have carbon in them and are made by living cells organic compound
the living material in a cell cytoplasm
(object) "possessing life" animate
cells with membrane-bound structures eukaryotic
four stages of a life cycle birth, growth, reproduction, death
a characteristic produced when organized systems of nonliving substances use energy and maintain the characteristics of living things is physical life
Organisms grow by _________, the process by hich living cells convert nutrients into cellular structures assimilation
(object) "not living" inanimate
the sequence of stages during an organisms life life cycle
cells without membrane-bound structures prokaryotic
composed on entirely one cell unicellular
composed of a group of similar cells living together colonial
a group of similar cells that together perform a specific function tissue
Plants obtain energy from sun
animals obtain energy from plants
man's relationship with God spiritual life
theory that asserts that living organisms and their inorganic surroundings have evolved together as a single living system that greatly affects the chemistry and conditions of Earth's surface Gaia Theory (believed by many environmentalists)
Created by: boozerclan