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BP1.1What is Life?

a living thing organism
the basic unit of structure and function in living things cell
a one-celled organism unicellular
an organism with many cells multicellular
a change in an organism's environment that causes it to react stimulus
an organism's reaction to a change in the environment response
to become more complex development
the mistaken idea that living things arise from nonliving things spontaneous generation
a scientist carries out two test in which everything is the same except one factor controlled experiment
the one thing a scientist changes in a controlled experiment manipulated variable
an organism that makes its own food autotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food heterotroph
maintaining stable internal conditions homeostasis
Created by: Mrs. Birkemose