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Chapter 1: Classifying Plants and Animals
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What is the job of the nucleus?
The nucleus controls the cell's activities
Kingdom that lives on land and absorbs its food from other living or nonliving things.
The smallest unit of a living thing
Plants without the system of tubes that moves water and nutrients to all of its organs.
Cells that look similar can have different jobs. True or False
Animals that have a backbone
How do pine trees reproduce?
The make seeds but do not have flowers.
Plants and animal cells both have...
A cell membrane
Animals with jointed legs
(Examples: spiders, crabs, and shrimp)
What is a reason you would want to use a microscope?
To observe tiny details of a cell.
What is an inherited trait for a brown bear?
Having brown fur
What type of behavior is migration?
A behavior animals are born knowing
Group of similar organisms that can mate and produce offspring
What is a behavior that a bear must learn from its parents?
How to catch fish
Physical feature or behavior that can help an animal scare off predators
(Example: markings on a butterfly)
Compare and contrast the life cycle of a Burmese python and a garden snail.
Both mate and lay eggs. The snail leaves, but the python stays until the eggs hatch. When the eggs hatch, the young of both species are on their own. The python lives much longer than the snail.
Explain why and how a Canada goose migrates.
Canada geese migrate because they have an instinct to migrate and because migration helps them survive. In the winter, geese migrate to a warmer place where there is more food, and they return north in the spring.
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