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Classifying Living T

Classifying Living Things

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How do you classify? By dividing into groups that are alike in some way.
How do you divide sections? By finding alike characteristics.
Why do you divide into sections? So you can keep organized and observe.
Do you need to classify? Only if you need to observe by characteristics.
How is classifying helpful? It helps you learn and observes.
What do you classify? Anything.
What is another word for classification? Sorting.
How would you classify wooden objects, fabric, and flowers. By sorting wooden and non - wooden.
How do you pick what you classify by? By similar characteristics.
What are the rules to classification? Sort by similarities
What are living things? Something that grows and develops.
What is bio-genesis? "The synthesis of substances by living organisms."
What is homogenized? "Subject (milk) to a process in which the fat droplets are emulsified and the cream does not separate."
What is pasteurization? "The process of heat processing a liquid or a food to kill pathogenic bacteria to make the food safe to eat. "
Who is Louis Pasteur? Showed living things do not come from non-living matter.
Who is Francesco Redi? "He was the first person to prove that spontaneous generation did not cause the growth of maggots in decaying meat, but they appeared from eggs deposited by flies."
What are Lipids? "A fatty substance."
What are carbohydrates? "A large group of organic compounds occurring in foods and living tissues and including sugars, starch, and cellulose."
What are Nucleic Acids? "Complex organic substance present in living cells."
What is a spontaneous generation? "The supposed production of living organisms from nonliving matter."
What does unicellular mean? Single celled.
What does multi-cellular mean? Many cells.
What is a stimulus? A change in surroundings causing an organism to react.
What is ingestion? Eating.
What are archaebacteria? Micro organisms that are similar to bacteria.
What are some examples of the animal kingdom? Birds, bears, and humans.
What are some examples of the fungi? Mushrooms
What are protist? A type of bacteria.
What does a sexual mean? From one parent.
When classifying are all your groups supposed to be separated? Yes.
What do you classify by? Shape, height, size, color,texture,etc.
How do you break down classification in separate groups? By separating different looks.
What are Euchaebacteria? Bacteria that live in extreme conditions.
What does from one parent mean? a sexual.
What is sexual? From two parents.
Name a few types of bacteria. Protist, euchaebacteria, archaebacteria.
What is a scientific word for eating? Indigestion.
Mushrooms are an example of...? Fungi.
What is the scientific word for many cells? Multi cellular.
Created by: rudolph.beukes
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