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Body Systems

DelliGatti test on Body Systems

Unicellular one cell
Multicellular more than one cell
Eukaryotic cells with a nucleus
Prokaryotic cells without a nucleus
Heterotrophic scavenges for food
Photoautotroph makes own food via sun light
Mitosis reproduction for eukaryotic cells where nucleus dissolves and reforms and chromosomes are copied
Sexual reproduction reproduction where chromosomes are new mix of both parents
Daughter cells the two new cells that are created during reproduction
Angiosperm flowering plant
Gymnosperm non-flowering plant
How do plants reproduce? both sexually and asexually
How have plants adapted to reproduce better and what is the benefit of each? sexually insures new chromosomes while asexually is an exact copy.
What are typical body plans for plants? radial
How do animals typically reproduce? sexually
anterior front side
distal away from body
posterior backside
caudal tail
dorsal top
proximal towards body
cranial head
lateral side
ventral underneath
Radial body parts organized around a central point
Bilateral mirror halves
Asymmetry no body plan
Organization of Life cells->tissue->organs->organ systems->organisms
Cells basic unit of life.
Tissue group of similar cells working together
Organs group of different tissues working together to perform a specific job
organ system Many organs working together to perform a specific job
organism A living thing that carries out its own life activities
Created by: sdscience6