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rush/jones

7th grade JMS lesson 11-17 omm

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Organisms with a nuclear envelope that encloses genetic material (DNA) are classified this Kingdom Kingdom Monera
Tiny, unicellular organisms that lack a defined nucleus and belong to the Kingdom Monera Bacteria
The process by which new organisms are formed from a single parent without the union of male and female sex cells Asexual reproduction
Tiny organisms, invisible to the naked eye, that live in the air, in water and on just about any surface microbes
Mostly single-celled, aquatic organisms that have a well-defined nucleus are classified in this kingdom Kingdom Protista
The "false foot" of protists such as an amoeba, which is composed of flowing cytoplasm and aids in movement pseudopod
An organism that cannot be seen without magnification microorganism
Whip-like extension found on a volvox and euglena used for movement flagella ( plural is flagellum)
Tiny, hair-like extensions found on a paramecium that aids in movement cilia
Having to do with non-living things Abiotic
having to do with living things Biotic
The leaves of an aquatic plant such as Lemna fronds
Gradual process of change in a pond ecosystem succession
A tem that describes a relationship between two organisms in which both organisms benefit symbiotic
Any plant eating organism Herivore
A stable community in which the numbers and types of organisms are in relative balance climax community
Any flesh eating organism carnivore
A tough, protective envelope that forms around certain microorganisms cyst
An organism that eats both flesh and plant matter omnivore
Created by: rushjms