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Module 10 Vocabular

The study of life Biology
A cell that has no organelles Prokaryotic cell
A cell WITH organelles Eukaryotic cell
Bacteria; composed of Prokaryotic cells; represent smallest organisms in Creation Kingdom Monera
An organism that causes disease Pathogen
Food in which almost all the water has been removed (dried) Dehydrated food
Protozoa and algae; Eukaryotic cells;some make their own food through photosynthesis Kingdom Protista
Organisms that break down the dead remains of otehr organisms Decomposers
Mushrooms, shelf fungi, mold, yeast; decomposers Kingdom Fungi
Plant kingdom; has a cell wall; have specific structures with specific jobs (stem, root, leaves); most plant cells are more square than animal cells Kingdom Plantae
The process by which the stem of a plant can form new roots and develop into a mature plant Vegetative reproduction
The pressure inside a plant cell due to the increasing size of the central vacuole Turgor pressure
Animal kingdom; includes insects, fish, birds, animals as we know them Kingdom Animalia
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