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The process of maintaining a stable internal environment is known as Homeostasis
obtains food by eating other organisms Consumer
Offspring resemble their parents Heredity
makes food using sunlight. Producer
Organisms must have food because food is a source of energy
A change in an organism’s environment that affects the organism’s activities is a stimulus.
asexual . IN ASEXUAL, REPRODUCTION, A SINGLE PARENT PRODUCES OFFSPRING THAT ARE IDENTICAL TO THE PARENT.
sexual SEXUAL REPRODUCTION, TWO PARENTS PRODUCE OFFSPRING THAT WILL SHARE CHARACTERISTICS OF BOTH PARENTS.
In one or two sentences, explain why living things must have air. MOST ORGANISMS NEED OXYGEN FROM AIR TO RELEASE ENERGY FROM FOOD. GREEN PLANTS, ALGAE, AND SOME BACTERIA NEED CARBON DIOXIDE FROM AIR FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS
flame can move, grow larger, and give off heat. Is a flame alive? THE FLAME IS NOT ALIVE. ALTHOUGH A FLAME CAN MOVE, GROW, AND GIVE OFF HEAT, IT DOES NOT HAVE ALL THE CHARACTERISTICS OF A LIVING ORGANISM. FOR EXAMPLE, A FLAME IS NOT MADE UP F CELLS AND DOES NOT CONTAIN DNA.
Linnaeus founded the science of Taxonomy
Prokaryotes that live in extreme environments are in the domain Archaeabacteria
multicellular organisms that can usually move around and respond to their environment are in the kingdom Animalia
group animals into categories. Classification
Prokaryotes that can cause diseases are in the domain Bacteria
Scientists classify organisms by . arranging the organisms in orderly groups
When the eight levels of classification are listed from broadest to narrowest, which level is sixth in the list? family
The scientific name for the European white waterlily is Nymphaeaalba. To which genus does this plant Nymphaea
Animalia, Protista, Fungi, and Plantae are the names of kingdoms.
The simple, single-celled organisms that live in your intestines are classified in the kingdom Bacteria.
What kind of organism thrives in hot springs and other extreme environments archaean
Why is the use of scientific names important in biology? EACH SPECIES IS UNIQUE, AND SCIENTIFIC NAMES MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR SCIENTISTS TO KNOW SPECIFICALLY WHICH ORGANISM IS BEING DISCUSSED WITHOUT THE CONFUSION OF COMMON NAMES
Is a bacterium a type of eukaryote? NO, A BACTERIUM IS A PROKARYOTE BECAUSE IT DOES NOT HAVE A NUCLEUS
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