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vocabulary word list

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TermDefinition
unit units of measurement
organism an individual living thing
biotic / abiotic biotic : any living thing abiotic : not associated with or derived from living organisms
unicellular one cell
multicellular many cells
prokaryote no true nucleus
eurkaryote true nucleus
binomial nomenclature two name naming system
kingdom largest category and it is made up of a group and phyla kingdom contains groups of organisms with similar shared characteristics
prefix means before primary , first primitave or original
homeostasis maintaining a constant stable internal environment
excretion getting rid of metabolic ( cellular ) waste
synthesis building complex material from simple ones and in croporating them into the body
respiration releasing chemical bond from food
transport distribution of materials in and out cells
autotrophic self feed
heterotrophic different ; ingestion , egestion , digestion
egestion solid waste
reproduction the produce of asexual and sexual
metabolism all chemical ( and physiological ) activities of the body
Created by: ney valentino