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Prokaryote A cell that does not have a nucleus
Eukaryote A cell with a nucleus
Heterotroph Organism that consume food
Autotroph Organism that make their own food
Multicellular Many cells
Unicellular One cell organism, bacteria, protist
Species A group of similar organisms that can also mate and reproduce.
Classification The process of grouping things based on their similarities.
Genus A group of similar, closely-related organisms.
Binomial nomenclature Two-part scientific name that indicates its genus and species
Taxonomy Scientific study of how organisms are classified.
Domain The broadest (large) level of organization.
Evolution Process of change overtime.
Asexual Does not need a mate for reproduction. Only have one parent.
Sexual mate to reproduce. Have two parents.
Kingdom Animalia made of many cells. cells have an organized nucleus. two parents and eat food.
Kingdom Fungi made of many cells, with organized nucleus, but sometimes I can be single celled. Must eat for energy. one or two parents. Decomposer.
Kingdom Archaea made of one cell, does not have an organized nucleus. One parent. Sometimes can make own food, but other times, I eat food. Lives in harsh conditions like volcano vents, salt water of deep oceans, or the freezing cold Arctic.
Kingdom Plantae made of many cells, have an organized nucleus. mostly have two parents, but sometimes one. makes own food.
Kingdom Protista makes own food, but sometimes also eats food. have one or two parents. cells have an organized nucleus. usually made of only one cell, but sometimes made of many cells.
Kingdom Bacteria make my own food, but sometimes eats food. single celled, and I only has one parent. cell does not have an organized nucleus. Sometimes causes diseases. Other times I am a decomposer.
Classification How living things are organized. Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Created by: igloryr