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Science Test 8B

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What are the six characteristics of all living things? 1) Made of cells 2) Requires energy 3) Grows and develops 4) Respond to the environment 5) Reproduce 6) Have adaptations for their environment
How do animals and plants get their energy? For animals, energy comes in the form of food. For plants energy comes in the form of light which is converted into sugar [food] and oxygen.
What is the process of cellular respiration? Cellular respiration is the process where organisms break down food in the presence of oxygen to produce water, carbon dioxide, and energy.
What is the first basic idea of cell theory? [I can't fit all three in one, it will not let me] 1) The cell is the basic unit of life. In other words, the cell is the smallest living organism that shows the characteristics of living things.
What is the second basic idea of cell theory? [I can't fit all three in one, it will not let me] 2) An organism can be as simple as one cell [unicellular] like a paramecium, or it can be made up of trillions of cells [multicellular], like an elephant.
What is the third basic idea of cell theory? [I can't fit all three in one, it will not let me] 3) All cells are created from existing cells through a process called cell division by which a cell divides into two new cells.
What are three ways unicellular organisms move? 1) Using cilia as “oars” to propel the organism(e.g. paramecium) 2) Using a flagellum to move by rotating or lashing (e.g. eugela, E. coli) 3) Changing its shape and forcing cytoplasm through extensions called pseudopods (e.g. amoeba)
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