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Bio Vocabulary Ch 1

TermDefinition
Biology Study of all living things.
Organization High degree of order within organisms internal and external parts.
Cell Smallest unit that can perform all life's processes.
Unicellular Made of only one cell.
Multicellular Made up of multiple cells.
Organ Carry out specialized jobs within an organ system.
Tissue Group of cells that have similar abilities that allow organ to function.
Organelle Tiny structures that carry out functions necessary for the cell to stay alive.
Biological Molecule Chemical compounds that provide physical structure and brings movement, energy use, and other cellular functions.
Homeostasis Constant internal condition.
Metabolism Sum of all chemical reactions in an organisms.
Cell Division Two new cells from from one existing cell.
Development Process which an organism becomes a mature adult.
Reproduction Process where organisms produce new organisms like themselves in a process called reproduction.
Gene Short segment of DNA that contains instructions for a single trait of an organism.
Created by: Silverboots