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taxonomic key Used to help identify organisms
seven levels of clasifications kindom, Phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
classification process of grouping things based on their similarities
taxinomy the study of how living things are classified
genus the first part of an organisms scientific name
species the second part of an organisms scientific name
prokaryote an organism whos cells lack a nucleus and somtimes other cell structures
eukaryote an organism with cells that contain nucli and other cell structures
autotroph an organism that makes its own food
heterotroph an organism that can not make its own food
cell a basic unit of structure and function in organism
unicellur single celled organism
multicellular organisms composed of many cells
developement process of change durring an organisms life
homeostatis the maitnences of stable internal conditions
species the most specific classification that describes organisms that can produce offspring.
scientific inquiry the diverse way in which scientists study the natural world
variable any factor that can change in an expierement
inference an interpritation of an observation that is based on evidence or prior knowledge
data the facts, figures, and other evidence gathered though observation
responding variable the variable that changes as a result of changes to the manipulated variable in an expierement
Created by: marygraceobrien