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Science

Chapter 6 Review

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What does multicellular mean organisms made up of more than one cell or working part
what are examples of multicellular organisms trees, moose, spider, mold and kelp
how do multicellular organisms form start as one cell then splits
what does unicellular mean made up of one cell
what are examples of unicellular organism yeast, bacteria
how do unicellular detect change in their environment they cant but some bacteria can detect chemicals such as sugars in their environment when they move toward them.
what are amoebas a type of animal protist
what is a protist an organism that isnt a animal or plant but has similar characteristics. usually unicellular but can be multicellular. commonly found in ponds rivers and mud.
what are the parts of a protist the nucleus, animal-like cell membrane or plant-like cell wall can have a flagella or cilia.
How do fungi and bacteria obtain their nutrients by feeding off of decaying matter and dead things
identify the plant cells multicellular, makes its own food, cells have cell walls
how many types of tissues do animals have 4. epithelial, muscle, connective, nervous
how many types of tissues do plants have 3. epithemis, vascular and ground
what is a vertebrate an animal with a backbone
what are the 2 major organ systems in a plant root and shoot system
what is an invertebrate an animal without a backbone
what are two ways unicellular organisms can move movement and locomotion
how are antibiotics good for humans when they are sick antibiotics are good because they can contribute help with the digestion of certain foods, the health of your intestines, produce vitamins and help break down foods that would otherwise be indigestible.
how are antibiotics bad for humans they can be bad because they can cause things such as acne, strep throat and diarrhea. it could also cause severe diseases such as Malaria.
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