Terms in this set (22)
An organism composed of many cells
A heterotroph that breaks down other organisms. Causes decay.
organism that gets energy by consuming other organisms
organism that make their own food
diagram that shows a common ancestor along with its descendants
science of grouping organisms according to ancestry
cell that has a nucleus and organelles
organisms made up of only one cell
taxa that has the largest number of oranisms
cell that does NOT have a nucleus or organelles
classification categories used to group organisms
science of identifying, naming, and classifying organisms
two word naming system using the genus and species of an organism
a group of organisms that can interbreed and produce fertile offspring
chart for identifying an organism. Uses pairs of statements that lead to the name of the organism.
uni or multi-cellular, found in moist environments, either autotroph or heterotroph, always eukaryotic
unit or multicellular, heterotroph that stay in one place and decomposes other organisms. Eukaryotic
unicellular, not found in extreme environments and prokaryotic
unit or mult cellular, autotroph or heterotroph and eukaryotic
unicellular, prokaryotic found in extreme environments
multicellular autotrophs that are ukaryotic and stay in one place
multicellular eukaryotic heterotroph where most organisms can move
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