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to do work energy
to make energy from the sun photosynthesis
organisms that make living matter producers
living matter biomass
self-feeders autotroph
organisms that eat other organims consumer
consumers are also known as heterotrophs
animals that only eat plant herbivors
Herbivores, are also known as primary consumers
organisms that eat primary consumers for energy secondary consumers
animals that only eat meat carnivors
animals that eat secondary consumers tertiary consumers
animals that have a diet of producers and consumers Omnivors
mushrooms or bacteria's are decomposers
Feeding levels are called Tropic level
re-animating a call cellular respiration
energy of motion kinetic energy
energy stored potential energy
chemical energy
total amount of energy from random atoms thermal energy
amount of energy needed to raise 1g water by a Celsius, calorie
The main energy source cells use ATP
type of cell division that produces four cells, each with half as many chromosomes as the parent cell. meiosis
display of a person's 46 chromosomes karyotype
one of a matching pair of chromosomes, one inherited from each parent homologous chromosome
one of two chromosomes of the 23rd pair of human chromosomes, which determine an individual's gender sex chromosome
having two homologous sets of chromosomes diploid
egg or sperm sex cell that contains a single set of chromosomes, one from each homologous pair gamete
having a single set of chromosomes haploid
the fusion of the nucleus of a haploid sperm cell and the nucleus of a haploid egg cell, forming a diploid zygote fertilization
diploid cell formed when the nucleus of a haploid sperm cell fuses with the nucleus of a haploid egg cell zygote
group of four chromatids formed during prophase I of meiosis by the two sister chromatids in each of the two homologous chromosomes tetrad
variation of a particular inherited character trait
study of heredity genetics
process by which sperm from one flower's pollen fertilizes the eggs in a flower of a different plant
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