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Vocab list #2

TermDefinition
Biology study of life
organism is an individual living thing, such as a plant, animal, bacterium, protest, or fungus
Biotic (factor) living thing in the environment
Abiotic (factor) non-living;not alive
Prokaryotic/Prokaryote no true nucleus
Eukaryotic/Eukaryote true nucleus
Unicellular one
multicelluar many
Autotrophic/Autotroph type of nutrition/organism
Heterotrophic/Heterotroph type of nutrition/organism
Respiration releasing chemical energy from food
Aerobic the proccess of producing cellular energy involving oxygen
Anaerobic when oxygen is absent or scarce
Regulation all body activities that help in maintaining homeostasis
Reproduction the process of when offsprings are produced by the parents
Sexual 2 parents
asexual 1 parent
Nutrition materials are taken in from the environment into the body
Excretion removal of metabolic/cellular waste products
Transport distribution of materials in/out of cells
Synthesis building complex material from simpler ones
Growth increase in cell number and in cell size
Metabolism all chemical activities of the body
Homeostasis maintaining a constant stable internal environment
Created by: arianajade_26