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Science Terms

QuestionAnswer
Cell Basic Unit of Life
asexual reproduction type of reproduction that forms a new organism that is identical to its parent
carrying capacity largest population an area can support
cell membrane the organelle that controls what enters and leaves the cell
cell wall a rigid structure found outside plant cells and some other single-celled organisms
chloroplast green organelle found in plants that is the site for photosynthesis
chromosome a structure made of DNA that contains genes
consumer an organism that obtains energy by eating other organisms
dependent variable the thing being measured in an experiment
diffusion process by which molecules move from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration
dominant a trait that is always expressed when present in the organism
Created by: regshorter