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vocab 2

unit are standards for measurement pf physical quantities
organism any individual living thing
biotic livings things such as plants , animals ,fungi and bacteria
abiotic nonliving thing in the environment such as moisture , temperature ,wind , sunlight,soil and minerals
unicellular consisting of a single cell
multicellular having or consisting of many cells
prokaryotic (cell) cell that does not have a nucleus or other membrane -bound organelles
eukaryotic (cell) cell that has a nucleus and other membrane bound organelles
binomial nomenclature naming system in which each species is given a two -part scientific name
kingdom the highest classification into which living organism are grouped
prefix (es) is a letter or series of letters attached in the beginning of a word ,word base
homeostasis regulation n and maintenance of constant internal condition in an organism
excretion the process of eliminating or expelling waste matter
synthesis building complex material
respiration releasing chemical bond energy from food aerobic and anaerobic
transport distribution of material in/out of cells
autotrophic (nutrition ) self-feed
heterotophic (nutrition) different
egestion elimination of solid waste
reproduction making more of the cells or species
metabolism all chemical processes that synthesize or break down materials within an organism
Created by: ashley2063xo