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System. A group of objects or phenomena that interact or work together. Classification. Grouping based upon shared characteristics. Cell. Smallest living unit that is able to perform the basic functions of life. Tissue. Group of cells that work together. Organ.

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System

A group of objects or phenomena that interact or work together.


Classification

Grouping based upon shared characteristics.


Cell

Smallest living unit

that is able to perform the basic functions of life.


Tissue

Group of cells

that work together.


Organ

2 or more types of tissue

that work together to perform a

function.


Photosynthesis

The process plants use to capture energy from sunlight and convert it to

chemical

energy.

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Cellular Respiration

Process in whichcells use oxygen to release energy stored in sugars.


Stimulus

Something that produces a response from an organism.


Behavior

An organisms

action in response

to a stimulus.


Adaptation

Characteristic, behavior, or inherited trait.

Makes a species able to survive

in a particular environment.


Characteristic

Trait.

Attribute.

Distinguishing

feature.


Structure

The framework

of something;

How it is

put together.


Function

The

natural action

of something;

How it

works.


Invertebrate

An animal that does not have a backbone.


Vertebrate

Animal that has a

backbone.


Exoskeleton

A strong outer covering made of chitin.

Protects cells, tissues and organs.

Some invertebrates have them.


Endoskeleton

Internal support system.

Grows as the animal grows.

Vertebrates have them.


Ectotherm

Animals whose

bodytemperature changes

with the environment.

(Cold blooded.)


Endotherm

Animals that maintain a

constantbodytemperature.

(Warm blooded.)


Mammal

  • Warm-blooded

  • vertebrates

  • Females give

  • birth to live

  • young

  • Have hair,

  • produce milk


Reptile

  • Cold-blooded

  • vertebrates

  • Covered with

    • scales or horny plates

  • Have lungs


Amphibian

  • Cold-blooded

  • vertebrates

  • Babies

  • live in water

  • and use gills

  • Adults

  • live on land

  • and use

  • lungs


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