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non-living factors of an ecosystem
reproduction that does not require a male and female, like splitting or budding. Results in identical offspring.
an organism capable of making its own food, using light or chemical energy. A producer.
constitute a large group of prokaryotic microorganisms that are unicellular, asexual and usually heterotrophic. This includes archaeabacteria and eubacteria.
living factors of an ecosystem
regulates not only what enters the cell, but also how much of any given substance comes in.
tough, flexible but sometimes fairly rigid layer that surrounds some types of cells, like plants, bacteria and fungi.
groups of different kinds of organisms that interact in an area in depend of each other.
the gel-like substance that fills up the cell
broadest or largest group of organisms in biological classification.
area where communities of organisms interact with each other and the abiotic factors in an environment.
cells that have a membrane bound nucleus and membrane bound organelles
an organism not capable of making its own food. A consumer.
organisms from a domain are classified into a more specific group.
organism made of more than one cell
an organelle that serves as the information and administrative center of the cell; found only in eukaryotes.
group of the same kind of organism that interacts and can produce offspring
cells that do not have a membrane bound nucleus or membrane bound organelles
organism made of only one cell
reproduction that requires a male and female. Results in a variety of offspring.
Study of classification and naming organisms.
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