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5 Matching questions

  1. Growth
  2. Aerobic Respiration
  3. Sexual reproduction
  4. Synthesis
  5. Respiration
  1. a (to make something)
    the process of making complex substances from simple ones
    Used for repair and growth
  2. b process by which living orgaisms increase in size.
    can increase in both the # of cells and the size of each one as well
    multicellular orgainsm result in cellular speciation
    aniamals vs.plants
  3. c production of energy
    includes the chemical processes by which an orgainsm obtains energy from food materials in order to maintain its life functions
  4. d two parents,offspring are not identical to either parent
    produces variation
    Crossing over (shuffling of genes)
  5. e (with oxygen) glucose is completely oxidized to carbon dioxide and water the total oxidation allows for the maximum amount of energy to be released.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. is the process by which living thins produce new orgainsms of their own kind
  2. (photosynthesis)
    Plants and other organisms that make their own food from inorganic substances
  3. All living things need to obtain nutrients from the environmnet in order to break down for transport
  4. all the activities that help to maintain an organisms homeostasis.
    Ex.) hormones,shiver, sweat
  5. (animals)
    a Ingestion (take in food)
    b Digestion (break down food)
    c Egestion (production of feces)

5 True/False questions

  1. Homeostasis(to make something)
    the process of making complex substances from simple ones
    Used for repair and growth


  2. Aexual reproductionA single individual produces offspring that is identical to that parent (exact clone)


  3. What are the two types of reproduction1.) asexual reproduction
    2.) sexuals reproduction


  4. Transport-circulation of waste, nutriensts, and oxygen within an organism
    -passive vs. active
    -plants (roots to leaves)
    Ex.) circulatory system transports materials to and wastes away from the cells of the organism


  5. Metabolismis the removal of waste products produced within the organism as a result of metabolic acitivities
    some metabolic wastes include: water, ammonia, carbon dioxide, oxygen, urea