Science - Chapter 1 Grade 5
any living thing that can carry out its life on its own,
the smallest unit of living thing
a green chemical in plant cells that allow plants to use the sun's energy to make food.
a group of similar cells that work together at the same job
the science of organizing categories for living things
the largest group into which an organism can be classified
a group of similar organisms in a genus that can reproduce more of their own kind.
a seed plant that does not produce flowers
the tissue through which water and minerals move up through a plant
the tissue through which food from the leaves moves throughout the rest of a plant.
the layer in plants that separates the xylem from the phloem
the food-making process in green plants that uses sunlight
cannot be divided into mirror images
a body plan in which all body parts of an organism are arranged around a central point
the organ system made up of bones, tendons and ligaments
the body system made up of muscles that move bones
the organ system that breaks down food so it can be absorbed into the blood stream.
the organ system that removes cellular wastes from the body
flexible wrapping that surrounds all cells
found in plant cells only
has the most species
breaks down dead organisms to eat
not a living thing but carries out reproduction