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Ch 2 multicell vocab

Science-Chapter 2-Multicellular Organisms

What is the term that means that cells have specific functions? specialized
This is an organized groups of cells working together. tissue
This is the name for more than one type of tissue used for a specific function. organ
This is the process in which the genetic material of two parents come together, making an offspring that has genetic material from both parent. sexual reproduction
This type of reproduction allows an organism to reproduce more quickly. asexual reproduction
These are differences that occur in sexual reproduction that help an organism survive. adaptations
This is the process in which a producer captures energy from the sun and converts it to chemical energy. photosynthesis
This is another name for a producer. autotroph
Plants produce this substance during photosynthesis that allows them to store energy. sugar
This is an energy-rich compound made up of many sugars. starch
This powerful stimulus causes roots to grow down and stems to grow up. gravity
This chemical substance helps plants respond to light by traveling to different parts. auxin
This network of cells in fungi allow them to digest and absorb surrounding materials. hyphae
These single cells in fungi are used for reproduction and can grow into new organisms. spores
This is the name for a mass of hyphae. mycelium
Lichen is a network made of certain types of fungi and what other organism. algae
This is the process in which energy is released from sugars. cellular respiration
These are very small organisms that can only be seen with a microscope. microorganisms
What are the 4 characteristics of all living things? organization, growth, reproduction, and response
What organelle do all plant-like protists have? chloroplasts
Created by: dwall