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FCAT week 1

Atom the smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of that element
Molecule a group of atoms that are held together by chemical bonds
Cell the smallest unit that can perform all life processes: they are covered by a membrane and cytoplasm
Tissue a group of similar cells that perform the a common function
Organ a collection of tissues that carry out a specialized function of the body
Organ system a group of organs that work together to perform body functions
Organism a living thing, carries out life processes independently
Homeostasis the maintenance of a constant internal stat in a changing environment, think harmony
Domain 1 Bacteria Kingdom Monera Prokaryotic cells with no nucleus.
Domain 2 Archaea Also Prokaryotic with no nucleus but their structures and make up are different from Bacteria.
Domain 3 Eukarya Cells that have a nucleus.
Mutualism Both organism benefit
Parasitism One organism benefits, one organism harmed
Commensalism One organism benefits, one organism unaffected
In Photosynthesis ultraviolet light is used to combine H2O and CO2 to make glucose C6H12O6 that is used by the plant and humans for energy. Humans get carbohydrates from plants that are sugars and starches, and lipids(Fats) that are stored up assemblies of glucose.
Producers Make food from sun or environment
Consumers Eat part of the food made by Producers.
Decomposers Eat the remains from the producers and consumers and return all the materials back to be used again.
mitosis Each daughter cell has a full set of chromosomes and is for regular growth and cell replacement.
meiosis Each daughter cell has a half set of chromosomes and is only for making reproductive cells.
Created by: MsKovalcik



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