Organisms that make their own food.(Plants)
Organisms that must eat (comsume) food. (Humans)
Organisms that take in food from an outside source. They break down other organisms for food and quickly return nutrients to the environment.
The science of naming things.
The process of refering to organisms by their genus and species name.
Created binomial nomenclature.
The process of seeing what exactly is happening.
An "educated guess." It must be testable.
A group of cells designed for a common function.
Tissues organized for a common function.
A group of organs designed for a common function.
A group of organ systems organized for a common function.
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism.Life emerges at the cellular level.
A structure in a cell that performs a specific function.
Two or more atoms joined together. This is the highest level acheived by the non-living.
The smallest particle of an element that retains properties of that element.
Consists of protons, electrons, and neutrons.