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Science Study Guide

All thing we learned starting First day to 3/20/13

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What are the six characteristics all living things have in common ? - Cellular Orginization -Reproduction - rsponse to stimulus -Chemicals of life -use of energy -grow and develop
Define Stimulus and Response and provide an example Stimulus- is the sun rising in the morning Response -people waking up because of the brightness of the sun .Also Stimulus is something in a persons surrounding that makes them respond ,Response reaction of an stimulus
What are the four basic needs of all living things? Water ,Food, Shelter,Homestatis
What are the 5 chemicals that all living things have in common? Water,Nucleic Acids,Lipids,Protiens and Carbohydrates
Why do scientists classify organisms? To make organisms easier to study
How do you properly write an organism’s scientific name? Provide an example. You must Upper Case the first part of the name(genus name) and Lower Case the second part of the name(species)Ex.Genus species
Describe the naming system, binomial nomenclature: Organisms are classified according to observable characteristics. The first word is the name of the genus it belongs to and the second word ofan organism’s scientific name is the species it belongs to. Both words are italicized.
Name the 8 levels of classification (in order) Domian Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
What are the three statements of the cell theory? -All living things are composed of cells -Cells are the basic unit of structure and function in living things -All cells are produced from other cells
What two organelles can be found in a plant cell but not in an animal cell? Chorloplast and the Cell Wall are the two organelles found in the planyt cell but not the animal cell
What is the difference between a unicellular organism and a multicellular organism? Provide an example of each. Unicellular= a organism made up of one cell Multicellular= organisms made up of one or more cells
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