6th grade Chapter 4 Science Review - (Test 11/16/17)
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Name the 6 kingdoms
Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae Animalia (Eat apples, peas, french fries, Pizza ALWAYS!)
How is man different from animals?
Man was created in God's image and can have a personal relationship with God.
The process by which an organism produces reproductive cells is called____?
Organisms grow and replace cells through the process of ______________?
First to observe and name cells.
Worked with Matthias Schleiden to form the basis of the cell theory.
Developed a system of classification.
True or False: An organism is a complete living thing.
True or False: The scientific name of an organism uses it phylum and species.
True or False: Yogurt and your intestines contain useful bacteria.
True or False; Putting organisms with similar characteritstics into groups is called classification.
True or False: Plants are unicellular organisms that can make their own food.
True or False: Organisms classified as Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, or Protista are multicellular.
True or False: The scientific name of classification in order from largest to smallest kingdom, class, order, phylum, genus, and species.
the cell theory
Living things are made of cells. Cells can function as individual organisms or as the smallest units in a larger organism. These conclusions form the basis of ________________.
The part of a cell that provides support for plant cells.
The __________ provides the external boundary for a cell.
A _______ uses lenses to magnify objects, such as cells, hundred or thousand of times.
A group of cells working together is called ______________.
Plants use a green pigment called ______________ to absorb energy from sunlight.
The parts of a cell that act like engines, breaking down food and releasing energy are called ___________.
Label the following on the plant cell: Cell wall, cytoplasm, vacuole and nucleus.
List in order from smallest to largest: organs, tissues, cells, systems.
cells, tissue, organs, systems
Know 3 characteristics of living things.
1. Living things grow and develop.
2. Living things reproduce.
3. Living things respond to the environment.
4. Living things use energy.
5. Living things are made of cells.
The bubble-like storage organelles found in a cell are called.
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