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7th chapter 1 lessons 1 & 2
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The man responsible for giving us our current naming system for organisms.
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Why do organisms need energy?
The first word is the genus and the second word is a description.
What do the first part and second part of the scientific name stand for?
The ability to maintain steady internal conditions when outside conditions change
Your body temp staying the same, your blood sugar and blood pH being the same, and maintaining the amount of water in a cell or body.
What are some examples of homeostasis?
What is the current system for classifying organisms called?
A caterpillar changing to a butterfly. A baby growing to an adult.
What is an example of development?
archaea, bacteria, and eukarya
What are the 3 domains?
archaea, bacteria, protista, fungi, plantae, and animalia
What are the 6 kingdoms?
What do you call an organism made of only one cell?
What do you call an organism that is made of more than one cell?
cell types, habitat, molecular analysis, how it obtains food & energy, structure and function of parts, and common ancestry.
What are 6 ways to classify organisms?
Who was the first to classify organisms?
What do you call changes in an organism's environment?
A group of organisms that have similar traits and produce fertile offspring
They transport substances, make new cells, and perform chemical reactions
How do cells continuously use energy?
Which kingdom did Whittaker suggest that is no longer a part of our classification system?
What do we call the current two-word naming system used for identifying organisms?
stomach growling b/c of hunger.
Name an example of an internal stimuli.
shivering when you are cold
Name an example of an external stimuli.
A series of descriptions arranged in pairs that is used to identify an organism.
A branched diagram that show the relationship among organisms
Living things are organized, grow and develop, reproduce, respond to stimuli, maintain homeostasis, and use energy.
Name the characteristics of living things.
All six characteristics
How many of the characteristics of a living thing are needed for an organism to be considered living?
Domain, Kingdom, phylum, class,order, family, genus, and species.
Name the taxonomic order from largest to smallest.
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