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Life science vocab1

Life science words- GED prep

Daughter cells The cells produced as a result of cell division; each identical to the parent cell.
Trachea The tube through which air passes from the back of the mouth to the lungs; also called the windpipe.
Fermentation A Type of cellular respiration not requiring oxygen, in which food is broken down into carbon dioxide and alcohol, with the release of energy
Cloning The process of artificially producing an exact genetic copy of an existing individual organism
Cerebellum The part of the human brain that controls movement, coordination and balance : located below the cerebrum at the base of the skull
Cerebrum The largest part of the human brain, which coordinates all higher functions such as percepation thinking, and conscious
Evolution Change over time;usually refers to the development of new species over time
Photosynthesis The chemical process by which green plants convert water and carbon dioxide into food an oxygen using absorbed from sunlight or other light