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chapter 1 lesson 1

what is life?

Organism Living thing
Cell Basic unit of structure and function in living things
unicellular made of a single cell
Multicellular consists off many cells
metabolsim when a organism builds up or breaks down meterial
stimulus some way to make a organism react
response A action or change in behavior that occurs in a result of stimulus
development the process of change during a organisms life to produce a more complex organism
sexual reproduction reproduction combines 2 parents that combine there genetic material
spontaneous generation The mistaken idea that living things can rise from none living sources
controlled experiment an experiment where 1 veriblle is mini plated at a time
autotroph organisms that produce there own food
heterotroph organism that NOT make there food and get it by eating other things
homeostasis When an organisms internal environment is kept normal, despite changes to the external environment.
asexual reproduction One parent producing babies that are identical to the parent.
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