Apex Learning Biology Semester 2 unit 4.3
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Alternation of generations
A process in which an organism switches between diploid and haploid forms with each generation.
A plant that produces seeds with protective covers.
The eukaryotic kingdom consisting of all animals.
The domain consisting of nonbacterial prokaryotes.
Members of the prokaryotic domain Archaea.
The domain consisting of all bacteria.
The idea that simple molecules can spontaneously combine to make more complex ones.
A waxy, airtight seal that covers plants and allows them to live on land.
Animal, such as human or sea star, that is characterized by the particular way it's digestive system develops.
The largest category used to classify living organisms. There are three domains: Eurkarya Bacteria and Archaea
A type of symbiosis("living together") in which one organism lives inside the body or cells of another.
A phase of time identified by significant events and characteristics in Earth's history.
The domain consisting of all eukaryotes.
An organism consisting of one or more cells. Each cell contains a membrane-enclosed nucleus.
spore-producing organisms that absorb nutrition by feeding on matter that was or is living
The haploid form of an organism experiencing alternation of generations. through mitosis, gametophytes produce haploid gametes that join together and grow into sporophytes.
A plant that produces seeds without protective covers.
In taxonomy the grouping of organisms below domain and above phylum EX Animalia
In a geologic timetable a phase of time within an era.
The eukaryotic kingdom consisting of all plants.
A one-celled organism that does not have a membrane-enclosed nucleus.
A single celled eukaryotic organism that is a member of the kingdom Protista. Any organism that is not a plant, animal, or fungus is a protist EX: Amoeba
The Eukaryotic kingdom consisting of all protists.
A sac of nucleic acids and other molecules surrounded by a simple membrane. A precursor to the first cells.
Animal, such as an insect or a worm, that is characterized by the particular way it's digestive system develops.
The diploid form of an organism experiencing alternation of gernerations. Though meiosis, sporophytes produce haploid spores that grow into gametophytes.
Geologic time scale
A list of eras, period, or other denominations of time and the events that occurred in those times.
An animal with a back bone. EX: fish bird or mammal.
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