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What's an organism? An individual, animal, plant, or single celled life form
What's a cell? What an organism is made up of.
What's a unicellular organism? An organism that only has 1 cell
What's a multi-cellular organism? an organism that ha multiple cells
what is stimulus something that rouses energy in something
Whats growth and devolopment g-get bigger d-change in the inside
whats response to surroundings to react to something is happening around you
what is asexual reproduction its only with one person so the baby is basically the same as the parent
what is sexual reproduction 2 parents have a baby and the baby shares characteristics of both parents
what is an autotroph an animal that makes its own food
what is a heterotroph an animal that hunts for its food
what is homeostasis to balance things in your environment
whats osmosis when water comes in the cell
whats passive transport transport that doesn't use any energy
whats active transport transport that uses energy
what is selectively permeable all cells are enclosed in cell membrane
whats endocytosis goes through membrane using passive transport
whats exocytosis through the cytoplasm to the membrane
whats facilitated diffusion spontaneous passive transport
7 properties of life 1)organization of cells 2)organization of chemicals 3)growth/development 4)reproduction 5)response to surroundings 6)energy use 7)stable internal condintions
3 things for a living thing 1)water 2)food 3)living space
difference between uni and multi celluar u-1 cell m- many cells
cells of multi look same yes because they need to do the same thing
cell of uni look same yes its only 1 cell
example of stimulus bears hibernate in the winter
3 parts of a cell theory 1)all living things are made up of cells 2)animals come from other animals 3)cell is fundamental unit of structure
most abundant chemical water
most abundant protein enzymes
structure in the cell organelles
function of membrane big out small in
tiny structure ribosomes
organelle stores water vacole
breaks down large food lysosomes
function of chloroplasts create photosythesis
way passive goes in
2 types of passive diffusion and osmosis
2 types of active endocytosis and exocytosis
Created by: lil42