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What body systems are interacting when you run to class after the late bell and how? The Respiratory system which is involved in breathing the circulatory system which is about circulation of blood around the body and the muscular system.
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 can reproduce by releasing spores, which can spread widely. This classification covers a variety of organisms.
What is unique about parasitic infections? Parasites are organisms that live off other organisms, or hosts, to survive. Some parasites don't noticeably affect their hosts
Which infectious agent is non-living? A Virus
What are 3 structures that are different in plant and animal cells? Parasites are organisms that live off other organisms, or hosts, to survive. Some parasites don't noticeably affect their hosts
From smallest to largest, list the hierarchy of living things. The levels, from smallest to largest, are: molecule, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism.
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? Bb
What's your mnemonic for the classification system & what does each word stand for? "Dear King Philip Came Over For Good Soup" is often cited as a non-vulgar method for teaching students to memorize the taxonomic classification of system.
What are 2 kinds of evidence scientists have for evolution by natural selection? Multiple types of evidence support the theory of evolution: Homologous structures provide evidence for common ancestry, while analogous structures show that similar selective pressures can produce similar adaptations
What are the 5 Spheres (what's in each one)? the geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, cryosphere, biosphere.
What are 5 ways humans negatively impact the environment? Humans impact the physical environment in many ways: overpopulation, pollution, burning fossil fuels, and deforestation. Changes like these have triggered climate change, soil erosion, poor air quality, and undrinkable water.
How are the 3 types of rocks in the rock cycle formed? Igneous rocks form when molten rock (magma or lava) cools and solidifies. Sedimentary rocks originate when particles settle out of water or air, or by precipitation of minerals from water.
What are the 4 ways Earth’s surface is built up and torn down over time? Earth's surface is changed by weathering (breaking down rock physically or chemically) and erosion (the movement of weathered material). This hands-on activity explores five different forms of erosion (chemical, water, wind, glacier and temperature).
Name 5 landforms we see in Florida These are the upland (hilly area), the Everglades (swamp and wetland), the Florida Keys (an archipelago of over 1,500 islands) and the Gulf Coast (coastal plains).
What are distinct characteristics of the 3 Domains? The three domains include: Archaea - oldest known domain, ancient forms of bacteria. Bacteria - all other bacteria that are not included in the Archaea domain. Eukarya - all the organisms that are eukaryotic or contain membrane-bound organelles and nuclei
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