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Life Science 2 - 3

CPO Life Science Chapter 2 and 3

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An individual form of life made up of one or more cells is a(n): organism
Being able to make more of the same kind of organism is a characteristic of living things known as: reproduction
Clovers develop from seeds. True
Clovers are made up of cells. True
Clovers avoid the sun. False
Clovers are living organisms. True
A caterpillar forms a cocoon before it transforms into a butterfly. This process is part of: growth and development
An increase in mass is an indicator that: growth has occured
Sneezing when you get pepper in your nose is an example of response to stimuli
Temperature, salt, and oxygen levels are _________ that affect living systems. variables
Breathing hard while exercising is an example of: Homestasis
Living things, such as plants and animals, store energy in molecules as: chemical energy
Living things use ________, __________, and __________ to utilize energy. Food, Water, Gasses
A rabbit is an example of an organ system. False
A flock of birds is an example of and organism. False
A catfish is an example of an organism. True
The smallest unit of life is a(n) cell
How many kingdoms do most scientists classify organisms into? Six (6)
Mineralia is on of the Kingdoms of life. False
Name the six (6) kingdoms in order. Archaebacteria, Eubacteria Protista, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia
The process of identifying and classifying living things. taxonomy
Name the levels of classification in order. Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Prokaryotic, unicellular organisms are included in the Kingdom Archaebacteria or Eubacteria
Mushrooms, mold and yeast belong to the Kingdom -- Fungi
Species from the Kingdom Plantae are producers
Insects, birds and fish belong to the Kingdom Anamaila
A multicellular organism, that is a consumer with eukaryotic cells would be classified into the Kingdom Animalia
The two-part scientific name of an organism is given as a combination of Genus and species
If the Genus of the Red Oak tree is "quercus" and the species is "rubrus" the Scientific name is "Rubrus quercus" - True or False False the Scientific name is Quercus rubrus
A key used to identify an organism or object is - A Dichotomous Key
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