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Carbohydrates organic compound containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
Lipids hydrophobic biological molecule composed mostly of carbon and hydrogen; fats, oils, and waxes.
Proteins organic compound made of amino acids joined by peptide bonds; primary building block of organisms.
Double Helix The shape of DNA molecule resembles a spiral staircase. This structure is usually called what?
Homeostasis regulation of an organism's internal environment to maintain conditions needed for life.
Nucleic Acids complex macromolecule that stores and communicates genetic information. it is made of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and hydrogen.
Adenine to Thymine and Guanine to Cytosine Who are the base pairs of DNA?
Symbiosis the relationship between two organisms in a community.
Parasitism the relationship between two organisms in which one benefits at the expense of the other
Commensalism the relationship between two organisms where one organism benefits from the other without affecting it.
Mutualism Mutualistic relationship between two organisms in which both benefit from each other.
Decomposer An organism, like bacteria, that breaks down dead plant or animal and releases their nutrients back into the soil.
Nitrogen fixing bacteria Bacteria in the soil that produce ammonium
Denitrifying bacteria Bacteria that turns nitrites or nitrates into nitrogen gases
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