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Biology Chapter 1

Chapter 1 organisms

adaptation when an organism changes to survive
asexual offspring with one parent
DNA found in cells, contains genetic information
Develop change over time
digest turn food into chemicals for cells
heredity passing characteristics to offspring
homeostasis an organism's need to stay the same
metabolism how a body uses food
sexual reproduction new organism from two parents
stimulus makes an organism react
bacteria single celled organism
consumer organism that eats other living things
Producer makes its own food
cell smallest unit of life
energy food
reproduction offspring
decomposers eats dead organisms
environment shelter
water cells contain mostly this
air needed to breath
environment shelter
oxygen released by plants
primary organisms that eat plants
secondary organisms that eat primary consumers
tertiary top of the food pyramid
pyramid how energy is transferred from producers to tertiary
fungus mold
Created by: msdoucette