DOS WEEK OF JAN 22-25. DOS Tuesday 1. How are single-celled organisms different from multi-celled organisms? Some single-celled organisms lack the parts found in multi-celled organisms. All single-celled organisms have no nucleus. Some single-celled organisms lack cell membranes.
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1. How are single-celled organisms different from multi-celled organisms?
Some single-celled organisms lack the parts found in multi-celled organisms.
All single-celled organisms have no nucleus.
Some single-celled organisms lack cell membranes.
Only multi-celled organisms reproduce.
2.Identifying a question, researching, and forming a hypothesis are steps in a
3. The state of matter in which the molecules vibrate very close together is
1.Scientists classify animals by:
their roles as prey or predator.
their physical characteristics.
what they usually eat.
2. Which statement is NOT true?
A snake is an amphibian
An alligator is a reptile.
An ostrich is a bird.
A deer is a mammal.
3. Which group of vertebrates has live babies and is covered with fur or hair?
1. If you repeat an experiment multiple times and get three different results, what should be your next step?
Change your procedure slightly.
Give up. You obviously aren't a good scientist.
Change your data to fit one conclusion.
Try to find an explanation for the conflicting results.
2. Which of these is a component of a circuit?
None of these
3. Which of these is NOT a method of sorting plants into groups?
deciding if it is a fungi or mold.
deciding if it is vascular or nonvascular.
deciding if it produces seed, cones, or spores.
deciding if it produces its own food or lives off dead organisms.