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Chap 1-3

Science

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Is the smallest unit of a living thing. Cell
Are animals without backbones; most animals are this type. Invertebrates
Is a control center of a cell. Nucleus
Is when animals,such as squirrels and bears,sleep or conserve their energy during the winter. Hibernate
There are six major categories of living things called. Kingdom
Five Classes of Verebrates are.... Fish...Amphibanians...Reptiles...Birds...Mammals
......Is the process by which an egg and a sperm cell combine. Fertilization
.......Are small green leaves below a flower's petals. Sepals
......Is a large main root that grows straight down. Taproot
.....Is green substance in plants that captures energy from sunlight for photosynthesis. Chlorophyll
.....Is the male structure in plants. Stamen
.....Is the female structure in plants. Pistil
.....Means in a state of rest. Dormant
.....Is the thick bottom part of the pistil where the egg cells are stored. Ovary
.....Is the movement of pollen from a stamen to a pistil. Pollination
......Is the process in which plants make their own food. Photosynthesis
Name the four parts of a plant Pistil ...Stamen....Petal...Sepals
.....Is an envirnment where living things and nonliving things interact. Ecosystems
....Eat only plants. Herbivores
.....Are either learned or inherited. Behaviors
......Eat plants and animals. Omnivores
Plants are.......because they make their own food. Producers
.....Eat other organisms. Consumers
.....Live and grow by breaking down the waste and remains of dead plants and animals. Decomposers
List the five Ecosystems Desert...Grassland....Tundra....Forest...Tropical Rain Forest
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