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Life Science Jeopardy. An organism that is made up of only one cell. An organism that can make its own food. Mistaken theory that living organisms can arise from non-living things. The 4 needs of all living things. 6 characteristics of all living things. The 2 bacteria kingdoms.

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The two products

of photosynthesis

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Vascular tissue that

carries food from

a plant’s leaves to

the rest of the plant

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Plants that produce

cones and

“naked” seeds

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The basic unit of

structure and

function in all

living things

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What are water, energy (food), living space (shelter), and stable internal conditions (homeostasis)

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What are cellular organization, use energy, grow & develop, respond to surroundings, and reproduction. (also acceptable: made up of specific chemicals)

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What is

photosynthesis

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What are glucose

(sugar) & oxygen

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What is a

gymnosperm

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The combination of a fungus and an autotrophic algae or bacteria that live together in a mutualistic relationship

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The male reproductive

structure in a flower

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What is a

protozoan

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What is a

flagellum

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What is they are unicellular, heterotrophic, can move to find food (also acceptable: eukaryotic)

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What are environmental recycling (decomposing), food, medicine, and symbiotic relationships with other organisms (plants, algae, bacteria)

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Who is

Charles Darwin

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