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Week 1-9

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Which infectious agent is unicellular, prokaryotic, and can be cured with antibiotics? Bacteria
Which infectious agent is caused by a multicellular organism and spreads with spores? Fungi
What is unique about parasitic infections? It depends on its host for survival. Without a host, a parasite cannot live, grow and multiply.
Which infectious agent is non-living? Viruses
What are 3 structures that are different in plant and animal cells? a vacuole, chloroplast and a cell wall.
From smallest to largest, list the hierarchy of living things. molecule, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism, population, community, ecosystem, biosphere.
What are 3 parts of the cell theory? All organisms are made of cells. Cells are the smallest unit of life. . Cells are the most fundamental unit of life. Cells come from other cells.
If you cross homozygous dominant mother with a homozygous recessive father, what will the genotype of the offspring be? They are all Heterozygous
What's your mnemonic for the classification system & what does each word stand for? Taxonomy dirty people kinky people come over for good soup
What is the process by which organisms that are best suited to their environment survive and pass on their genetic traits? Natural selection
What are the 5 Spheres (what's in each one)? Biosphere, Cryosphere, Atmosphere, Geosphere, Hydrosphere
What are 5 ways humans negatively impact the environment. Pollution- Erosion- Desertification-Compaction and Cementation
How are the 3 types of rocks in the rock cycle formed? Sedenmitary, Metaphoric and igneous
What are the 4 ways Earth’s surface is built up and torn down over time? Weathering Chemical, Physical weathering, Erosion, Deposition
Name 5 landforms we see in Florida? Dune, Coast Line, Delta, Sinkhole + Cave
What body systems are interacting when you run to class after the late bell and how? Skeletal, Muscular, Respiratory and Circulatory
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