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organism Things that have all the characteristics of life are called blank.
cell the smallest unit of life
unicellular a living thing that is made up of only one cell.
multicellular a living thing that is made up of two or more cells.
homeostasis an organism's ability to maintain steady internal conditions when outside conditions change.
Internal Stimuli IF you feel hungry and then look for food you are responding to internal stimuli- the feeling of hunger.
External Stimuli Changes in an organism's environment that affect the organism are external stimuli.
Binomial nomenclature a naming system that gives each organism a two-word scientific name.
Species a group of organisms that have similar traits and are able to produce fertile offspring.
genus a group of similar species
dichotomous key a series of descriptions arranged in pairs that lead the user to the identification of an unknown organism.
Created by: Joel ANthony