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Unit A Ch 1 lc

Classyfying Plants and Animals

What is the smallest unit of a living thing that can perform all life processes? cell
Scientist use microscopes to study the small what? details of a cell
Plant and animal cells are simalar because all cells have what? a. a nucleus b.a cell membrane c.cytoplasm
What is the control center for the cell's activities? nucleus
Cells that look similar can have what? different jobs
What kingdom lives on land and obsorbs its food from other living or nonliving things? fungi
What is the 2nd part of an orginism's scientific name? species
What is the order of the animal kingdom? 1.kingdom 2.rylum 3.class 4.order 5.family 6.genus 7.species
What is the liverwort? a nonvascular plant
What reproduces by making seeds but do not have flowers. pine trees
What do scientists classify an animal a vertabrate? because it has a backbone
An example of an arthropod is what? a spider
An example of an inherited trait of an animal is what? brown fur
A marking of a butterfly to scare away predators is an example of what? adaption
What is a behavior animals are born knowing? migration
A bear must learn what from it's parents? to fish
Compare and contrast the life cycle of a burmese python and a garden snail. The python and the snail both mate and lay eggs. When the eggs hatch the young are on their own. The snail leaves after laying the eggs and the python waits until the eggs hatch
Explain why and how a Canada goose migrates. Canada geese migrate because of instinct to go were it's warmer and to find food.
cell membrane the cell's outer border, it separates the cell from its environment, and controls what substances move into or out of the cell.
cytoplasm contains the things that the things that the cell needs to carry out its like processes.
tissue groups of the same type of cell
organ groups of tissue that word together.
organism highest level of cell organization. it's a complete living thing that is made from all parts in all of the systems working together.
chloroplast are the spicial parts in plant cells that trap the sun's energy in order to make food.
genus 1st part of an ofranism's scientific name
vascular plants have tube like srtuctures that move water and nutrients to all the organs of the plant celery grass dandelions
nonvascular plants do not have true roots, stems, or leaves they pass water and nutrients fron one cell to the cell next to it moss hornworts
invertabrates animals that do not have a backbone
arthropods are animals with jointed legs.
Created by: lcropenbaker