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Mr. Little's review

Which Kingdoms have single-celled organisms Protista and Monera
Bacteria belong to which Kingdom Monera
Name 3 non-vascular plants moss, liverworts, and kelp
Animals without backbones invertebrates
Animals with backbones vertebrates
What are the 5 classes of vertebrates Mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and fish
Which vertebrates have fur and produce milk mammals
Which vertebrates have feathers birds
Is a snake a vertebrate or invertebrate? vertebrate
Which two groups of vertebrates are warm-blooded? Mammals and birds
How do ferns, moss, and fungi reproduce? spores
Mushrooms, yeast, mildew, and mold Members of Kingdom Fungi
Paramecium and amoeba Members of Kingdom Protista
Whale, walrus, dolphin, sea lion Mammals that live in water
Bats the only mammal that flies
The part of the atom with a postive (+) charge proton
The part of the atom with a negative (-) charge electron
The center part of an atom nucleus (atom)
What two particles are found in the nucleus proton and neutron
The part of the atom with no charge neutron
A pure substance that cannot be broken down element
Who invented the Periodic Table of the Elements Dmitri Mendeleev
Salad and trail mix Mixtures (examples)
Lemonade and saltwater Solutions (examples)
A mixture when something is dissolved into something else Solution
Gold, helium, lead, and oxygen elements (examples)
Water (h20), carbon dioxide (CO2), and salt (NaCl) compounds (examples)
The building blocks of life cells
The cell's "power plant" mitochondria
The "brain" or control center of the cell nucleus (cell)
The thin outer covering of the cell cell membrane
The part of the plant cell where photosynthesis takes place chloroplast
What are two things that a plant cell has that an animal cell does not cell wall and chloroplast
Any living thing that is not a plant, eats food, and moves in some way Animal
a special feature or quality of something that sets it apart from others characteristic
the process of arranging living things into groups according to similarities in their structure and function classification
any living organism that has stem, leaf, and root structures, is green, and makes its own food plant
the science of identifying, naming, and classifying organisms taxonomy
an organism that does not move from place to place and does not make its own food but absorbs food from other living or dead organisms fungus, fungi
one of the five main groups into which organisms are divided, whose members eat food and move from place to place Kingdom Animalia
one of the five main groups into which organisms are divided; and whose members often are green, make their own food and do not move Kingdom Plantae
a single-celled, seedlike structure made by many fungi and ferns that develops into a new organism spore
one of the five main groups into which organisms are divided; and whose members are single-celled, make or eat food and may move about Kingdom Protista
a single-celled organism with a nucleus and a cell membrane protist
one of the five main groups into which organisms are divided; and whose members are single-celled organsims with a cell wall. Members include the bacteria Kingdom Monera
any animal that has a backbone and internal skeleton vertebrate
describes an animal with a body temperature that changes with the temperature of its surroundings cold-blooded
a cold-blooded vertebrate that lives in water, has gills for breathing and fins for swimming and usually is covered with scales fish
describes an animal with a body temperature that stays the same even when the temperature of its surroundings changes warm-blooded
a cold-blooded animal with moist, scaleless skin living both on land and in water but unable to breathe under water amphibian
a cold-blooded vertebrate that breathes through lungs and whose body is covered by hard, dry plates or scales reptile
a warm-blooded vertebrate that lays eggs, is covered in feathers, has two wings and two legs birds
an animal that produces milk to feed its young, is warm-blooded, and whose body is covered by fur or hair mammal
a Swedish scientist who developed a system for classifying living things, he used a two-word naming system (genus - species) Carolus Linnaeus
a Greek philosopher who was one of the first people to classify living things; he classified animals by the way they moved and plants by their size Aristotle
simple plants with no tube or ducts to carry or transport water and nutrients non-vascular plants
complex plants with tubes and ducts to carry water and nutrients to the leafs, stems, and roots vascular plants
bacteria that cause illness or disease pathogens
beach a feature on a coast formed by areas of sand, pebbles, smoothed rock or remains of shells
ocean a major body of salt water
oceanography the study of the oceans, and how they affect the land and weather
sand a mixture of tiny, rounded gr4ains formed from pieces of rock and shell, found along or near a shore
coastlines areas where the Earth's land and oceans meet
97% the amount of Earth's water found in the oceans
3/4 the amount of Earths surface covered by water
bay a dent in a coastline
fresh water water containing only a timy amount of salt
salt water water containing many dissolved salts; the most abundant type of water found on Earth
Chesapeake Bay One of the largest estuaryies in the United States located off the coast of Virginia
barrier island a long, slender island formed of sand just of the coast of a mainland
brackish describes a mixture of salt and fresh water
estuary a partly enclosed coastal body of water where salt and fresh water meet. They are called the "nurseries of the sea"
salt marsh a low-lying area of land regularly flooded by salt water at high tide
breaker a wave that topples over as it nears the shore
crest the high point on a wave
tide the regular rise and fall of ocean water caused by the gravitational puil of the moon and sun
trough the low point on a wave
tsunami a wave, produced by an earthquake on or near the ocean floor, which builds up to great heights as it moves into shallow water
tidal wave tsunami
wave a disturbance, often caused by wind, seen on the surface of water
current the river-like movement of water in the ocean
Created by: PRO Teacher lit123