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Science terms Exams1

organism a living thing
cell the smallest unit of life
unicellular a single organism made of a single cell
multicellular a organism made out of more than one cell
Chlorophyll they green because they have a chemical, able to use the energy in sunlight
tissue similar cells working together for a certain job or function
organ a group of tissues working together
organ system when organs work together
Classification the pattern of sorting, finding patterns.
kingdom the broadest group an organism is classified into
species the narrowest group an organism can be classified into
vertebrate an animal with a backbone
invertebrate an animal without a backbone
vascular contains vessels or tubes
nonvascular do not have vessels or tubes
gymnosperm a seed plant that does produce a flower
angiosperm a seed plant that produces flowers
xylem a series of tubes that move water and minerals up the stem
phloem move sugars that are made in the plant's leaves to other parts of the plant
Cambium a separation layer between the xylem and the phloem
photosynthesis the process of making food
transpiration the loss of water through the plants leaves
cellular respiration the process of breaking down sugars
Created by: chinchillalover