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Science 01

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What is the narrowest group in classification system? Species
Organisms can be classified into _____ kingdoms. 6
The science of finding patters. How do scientist organize organisms? Classification
What is the broadest group in classification system? Kingdom
Define "Animal with a backbone" Vertibrate
Define "Animal without a backbone" Invertibrate
What is the most familiar vertebrate group? mammals
Define "A plant with a tube-like structure to push nutrients" vascular
Define "A plant without a tube-like structure to push nutrients" non-vascular
Plants are ___________cellular multi
Plants get their energy from ______ sugar
Define "The process of pumping blood around the body." Circulation
Define"An organism(s) that eats other organisms." Consumers
Define "The process of breaking down food and absorbing its energy." Digestion
Define "Helps predators sneak up on prey. Helps prey hide from predators." Camouflage
Define "Copies animals who are already adapted to their environment." Mimicry
Are Humans Consumers or Producers? Consumers
Define "An organism that eats plants and animals." Omnivore
Define "An organism that eats only plants." Herbivore
Define "An organism that eats only animals." Carnivore
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