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Cells Smallest unit of life
Adaptation To be able to live in your environment
Energy The ability to do work
Taxonomy Naming organisms based on observed characteristics
Classify To group organisms based on observed characteristics
Trait Any feature that a living thing has
Kingdom Under domain but above everything else
Fungus are made of.... Chitin
Fungus are.... Hetertrophs
Animals are.... Multi-cellular and are hetertrophs
Domain Largest classification group
What 2 names do we use to name an organism? Genus and Species
Multi-Cellular Has more cells than unicellular
Unicellular Has one cell
Prokaryote Has no membrane, bound organelles, no nucleus
Eukaryote Has nucleus, membrane, DNA, bound organelles
Eukaryote has what type of organisms? Protista, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia
Who developed the classification system? Carl Von Linnaeus
The method of naming and classifying organisms was based on? Morphology
Everything is related to every living thing meaning we all have? Common Ancestor
The trick of taxonomy is figuring out? All the branches of evolution
Variable Something that changes in an experiment
Control Something that doesn't change
Hypothesis A prediction that will be tested multiple times until proven
Prediction What is expected to happen if each hypothesis was true
Created by: abbyvesey
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