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Science Ch 1

QuestionAnswer
organism living thing
cell basic unit of function and structure of all living things
unicellular one cell
multicellular many cells
metabolism combination of chemical reactions organisms build up or break down materials
stimulus change in surrounding causing organism to react
response action or change in behavior
development process of change that occurs during organisms life
asexual reproduction one parent
sexual reproduction two parents
spontaneous generation mistaken idea living things arise from nonliving sources
controlled experiment series of tests identical except for one factor
autotroph makes own food
heterotroph cannot make own food
homeostasis stable internal conditions
classification process of grouping things based on similarities
taxonomy study of how organisms classified
binomial nomenclature two part scientific name
Created by: jmeager