Bacteria, Virus, Protist, and Fungi
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An organism that uses dead or decaying material as an energy source. They recycle nutrients so they will be available for other organism.
Any organism that can cause disease in another organism.
Unicellular organisms classified in two groups called archaebacteria and eubacteria.
The larger of the two groups of bacteria.
The older of the two groups of bacteria.
Nonliving particle that is little more than a strand of DNA or RNA protected by a coat of protein.
The hard exterior coating that protects the genetic material of a virus.
Any plant, animal, or bacterial cell that is attacked and invaded by a virus.
Any change in an organisms DNA brought about by changes in the environment, infection of viruses, or through evolution and natural selection.
Any substance produced by one organism that can kill another organism.
Viral disease prevention made up of weakened virus particles that are not capable of causing disease.
The reproductive process where one cell divides into two cells with exactly the same DNA.
Eukaryotic single or multi-celled organisms that live in a moist or wet environment.
Three main types of Protists
Plant like, animal like, and fungus like.
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