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Biology Unit 2

Heterotropic organism that has to go out to eat other organisms(food) to get energy
Autotrophic an organism that makes it's own food and uses it for energy
Multicellular an organism that's made of multiple cells
Unicellular an organism that is made of a single cell
Eukaryotic a cell with a nucleus
Prokaryotic a cell that has no nucleus
Abiotic Non-Living
Biotic Living
Taxonomy a classification system to organize life (KPCOFGS)
Classifications of life Kingdom-Phylum-Class-Order-Family-Genus-Species
What must an organism do to be classified living? Energy-Made of cells-Respond to the environment-Grow-Reproduce
How do you name an organism scientifically? Genus and Species
Different Kingdoms Animal-Plant-Protist-Bacteria (Eubacteria & Archaebacteria)-Fungi
Animalia (Animals) Eukaryotic, Heterotrophic, Multicellular (no cell wall), Sexual
Plantae (Plants) Eukaryotic, Multicellular, Autotrophic, both Sexual and Asexual
Fungi Eukaryotic,
Created by: bray-bear101