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An individual form of life that can carry out all life functions is. organism. -HOME-. Cells come from other cells. This is one 3 things that make up this. cell theory. -HOME-. It is the smallest unit of life. cell. -HOME-. The advantage of the light microscope.

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An individual form of life that can carry

out all life functions is .

organism

-HOME-

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Cells come from other cells. This

is one 3 things that make up this.

cell theory

-HOME-

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The advantage of the light

microscope.

It can view living cells.

-HOME-

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The three key ingredients for

photosynthesis.

sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water

-HOME-

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The smell of freshly cut flowers occurs

because of….

diffusion

-HOME-

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How many kingdoms do modern scientists

use in their classification system?

six

-HOME-

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The kingdom/domain that includes unicellular

organisms that can survive in extreme

environments is called…

archaea

-HOME-

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6 kingdoms were broken down in 3 domains

Because of…

Because of improved technology

-HOME-

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They are made of amino acid chains which

grow and repair cells.

proteins

-HOME-

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DAILY DOUBLE

You may wager as many points as you want,

however; this is the ONLY time an incorrect

answer will cost you points.

next

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You have moldy bread. Name the two fungi

You’ll find.

Mold and yeast

-HOME-

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Very small organisms that you can see

only by using a microscope are called…

microorganisms

-HOME-

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Three of Four characteristic of

ALL living things.

Grow

Reproduce

Respond to environment

Organization

-HOME-

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A multicellular eukaryote that eat

other organisms.

animals

-HOME-

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From start to finish, list the steps of mitosis.

prophase, metaphase,

anaphase, & telophase

-HOME-

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These organisms have a defined nucleus

with genetic materials inside and

definite organelles.

Eukaryotic Cell

-HOME 2-

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Multi-cellular eukaryote that makes

its own food.

Plants

-HOME 2-

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DAILY DOUBLE

You may wager as many points as you want,

however; this is the ONLY time an incorrect

answer will cost you points.

next

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The prokaryotic kingdoms.

Archaea and bacteria

-HOME 2-

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Round, spiral, and rod are the

three basic shapes of

.

bacteria

-HOME 2-

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An organism that uses the sun to create

its own energy is called this.

Producers

-HOME 2-

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What happens to the host cell after

release of the viruses?

It is destroyed.

-HOME 2-

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Breaking down sugar fro energy is…

Cellular respiration

-HOME 2-

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Plants respond to….

Gravity, light, & touch

-HOME 2-

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Both unicellular and multi-cellular

protists that use the sun’s energy

to create food.

algae

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Scientists were able to determine that

the American vulture was more like a

stork through this type of evidence.

genetic

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A nonliving factor that limits population

Hint: Not looking for an example of a DIF.

abiotic

-HOME-

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The maximum number of organisms an

ecosystem can support.

Carrying capacity

-HOME 2-

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A living thing in an ecosystem that can

affect populations.

Biotic factors

-HOME 2-