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Life Processes In Science 9
nutrition
aerobic
transport
respiration
materials are taken from the environment and changed into usa…
glucose is broken down in CO2, water and energy in the presen…
process by which usable materials are taken in and moved arou…
process by which organisms obtain the energy they need from t…
nutrition
materials are taken from the environment and changed into usa…
aerobic
glucose is broken down in CO2, water and energy in the presen…
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Life Science Review 8 & 9
Food Web
Decomposer
Scavengers
Omnivore
Food chains that overlap each other.
Organisms that get energy by breaking down dead matter, retur…
Animals that feed on dead animals or garbage.
eats both producer (plants) and meat
Food Web
Food chains that overlap each other.
Decomposer
Organisms that get energy by breaking down dead matter, retur…
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Life Science Chapter 9
annual
cellulose
herbaceous perennials
woody perennials
plant life cycle is completed in one year
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
appear to die each winter, but grow produce in the spring
produce flowers and fruits and stems survive for many years
annual
plant life cycle is completed in one year
cellulose
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
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Life Science Vocab. 9
Food Web
Ecosystem
Energy
Overpopulation-
Food chains that overlap each other.
All living and nonliving things together in an environment.
The ability to work or cause change.
When there are too many people/animals in an area to where th…
Food Web
Food chains that overlap each other.
Ecosystem
All living and nonliving things together in an environment.
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Life Science Target Week 9: Plant Cells
cell wall
cellulose
chloroplast
chlorophyll
a rigid layer surrounding the cell membrane, providing suppor…
Carbohydrate component of plant cell walls.
An organelle found in plant and algae cells where photosynthe…
Green pigment in plants that absorbs light energy used to car…
cell wall
a rigid layer surrounding the cell membrane, providing suppor…
cellulose
Carbohydrate component of plant cell walls.
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Life Science 9
The Scientific Method Steps
Hypothesis
Control
varible
1. State the problem... 2. gather information... 3. form a hypothes…
A prediction that can be tested
This is the standard to which the outcome of a test is compar…
something in an experiment that can change
The Scientific Method Steps
1. State the problem... 2. gather information... 3. form a hypothes…
Hypothesis
A prediction that can be tested
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Apologia science: module # 9. What is life?
Define atom.
Define moleclue.
Define photosynthesis.
Define metabolism.
The smallest chemical unit of matter.
Two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
The process by which green plants and some other organisms us…
The sum total of all processes in an organism that convert en…
Define atom.
The smallest chemical unit of matter.
Define moleclue.
Two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
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Life Science C.9
algae
bacterium (bacteria)
bacillus (bacilli)
binary fission
The plantlike organisms in kingdom Protista that can perform…
A microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism in Kingdom E…
a rod-shaped bacterium
A method of asexual reproduction seen i n bacteria in which t…
algae
The plantlike organisms in kingdom Protista that can perform…
bacterium (bacteria)
A microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism in Kingdom E…
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Life Science Vocab 9/9
Adaptation
Excretion
Movement
Adjust to Surroundings
An inherited trait an organism has that makes it better able…
The process by which animals eliminate waste products.
The process of shifting positions.
How your body responds after it has been simulated
Adaptation
An inherited trait an organism has that makes it better able…
Excretion
The process by which animals eliminate waste products.
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Life Science Chapter 9
What is NOT a characteristic of a virus?
What is a vaccine?
What happens when a virus invades a ce…
What is an active virus?
A virus is NOT a cell (p.318)
A substance introduced into the body to stimulate the product…
The virus's genetic material takes over many of the cell's fu…
Virus's that immediately take over a cell's functions (p.320)
What is NOT a characteristic of a virus?
A virus is NOT a cell (p.318)
What is a vaccine?
A substance introduced into the body to stimulate the product…
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Life Science Ch. 9
cell
tissue
organ
adaptation
basic unit of structure and function in living things
group of similar cells that perform the same function
structure in the body that is composed of different kinds of…
behavior or physical characteristic that allows an organism t…
cell
basic unit of structure and function in living things
tissue
group of similar cells that perform the same function
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9. Life Science Chapter 2
seed
embryo
flower
pollination
A structure that can grow into a new plant.
A young organism that is just beginning to grow.
A plant structure that makes seeds.
The movement of pollen from the male part of a flower to the…
seed
A structure that can grow into a new plant.
embryo
A young organism that is just beginning to grow.
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Life Science Chapter 9
Bacteria
Archaebacteria
Eubacteria
Different Bacteria Structures
Microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms
- Cell walls lack a certain compound... -Parts of its DNA are mo…
-"Bacteria"... -Responsible for decomposing most organic matter…
-Spherical (coccus)... -Rod-shaped (bacillus)... -Spiral (spirillum)
Bacteria
Microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organisms
Archaebacteria
- Cell walls lack a certain compound... -Parts of its DNA are mo…
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Life Science #9
How many basic cells are there? Name t…
Receptors
For most organisms, metabolisms requir…
Cell
There are three basic cells: animal cells, plant cells, and b…
Special structure that allow living organisms to sense the co…
The metabolism requires oxygen and food.
The smallest unit of life in creation.
How many basic cells are there? Name t…
There are three basic cells: animal cells, plant cells, and b…
Receptors
Special structure that allow living organisms to sense the co…
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Life Science Ch. 9, Terms
Prokaryotic cell
coccus
bacillus
spirillum
A unicellular organism that does not have a membrane around i…
spherical-shaped bacteria
rod-shaped bacteria
spiral-shaped bacteria
Prokaryotic cell
A unicellular organism that does not have a membrane around i…
coccus
spherical-shaped bacteria
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 9, 4th Edition
bacteria
archaebacterium
eubacterium
binary fission
A microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism in kingdom E…
A member of the kingdom Archaebacteria, which contains prokar…
A member of the kingdom Eubacteria, which contains the majori…
A method of asexual reproduction seen in bacteria in which th…
bacteria
A microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism in kingdom E…
archaebacterium
A member of the kingdom Archaebacteria, which contains prokar…
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CPO Life Science Chapter 9-Heredity
trait
heredity
genetics
true-breeding plant
a characteristic that an organism can pass on to its offspring
a set of traits an organism recieves from its parents
the study of heredity
a plant that will always produce offspring with the same form…
trait
a characteristic that an organism can pass on to its offspring
heredity
a set of traits an organism recieves from its parents
Life science chapter 9 vocabulary
classification
taxonomy
dichotomous key
archaebacteria
Assignment of objects or people to categories on the basis of…
SCIENCE OF CLASSIFICATION; IN BIOLOGY, THE PROCESS OF CLASSIF…
Uses distinguishing features to identify organisms
kingdom of unicellular prokaryotes whose cell walls do not co…
classification
Assignment of objects or people to categories on the basis of…
taxonomy
SCIENCE OF CLASSIFICATION; IN BIOLOGY, THE PROCESS OF CLASSIF…
Life Science Chapter 9
annual
cellulose
herbaceous perennials
woody perennials
plant life cycle is completed in one year
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
appear to die each winter, but grow produce in the spring
produce flowers and fruits and stems survive for many years
annual
plant life cycle is completed in one year
cellulose
chemical compound that plants make out of sugar... example: cele…
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Characteristics of Life- Science 9
Adaptation
Energy
Environment
Growth
inherited structure, behavior, or internal process that allow…
the ability to cause change, internal levels of certain chemi…
in constant contact with surroundings; air, water, weather, t…
mental and physical-an increase in amount of living material…
Adaptation
inherited structure, behavior, or internal process that allow…
Energy
the ability to cause change, internal levels of certain chemi…
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Module 1 Vocab.-Life Science
Cell
Embryo
Homeostasis
Organism
The smallest living unit of life: the smallest unit of struct…
An animal or plant in its earliest stages of development, bef…
Maintaining a stable internal environment despite changes in…
A living thing
Cell
The smallest living unit of life: the smallest unit of struct…
Embryo
An animal or plant in its earliest stages of development, bef…
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9.Science of Life: Life Science,
Life Science
Cell
Plasma Membrane
Cytoplasm
Includes a diverse array of sciences to all organisms on Earth
Basic unit of life.... Enclosed structure with co-dependent comp…
Outer Structure, holding everything inside
Cells internal component floating in cytosol (makes up the ma…
Life Science
Includes a diverse array of sciences to all organisms on Earth
Cell
Basic unit of life.... Enclosed structure with co-dependent comp…
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Life Science Ch 9
The sun
Calvin Cycle
Cellular respiration
Aerobic
The main source for all life on Earth
Begins when carbon dioxide is involved in a chemical reaction…
Organisms use this to get energy from carbohydrates
Process that requires oxygen
The sun
The main source for all life on Earth
Calvin Cycle
Begins when carbon dioxide is involved in a chemical reaction…
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Life Science - Unit 9
Ecology
Ecosystem
Biosphere
Biome
Scientific study of interactions among organisms and between…
A system formed by the interaction of a community of organism…
All the environments on Earth that support life.
A group of ecosystems that share similar climates and typical…
Ecology
Scientific study of interactions among organisms and between…
Ecosystem
A system formed by the interaction of a community of organism…
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Life Science Chapter 9
Biblical Creationism
evolution
literal view
long-day theory
The belief in the account of Creation in the Bible.
A process in which gradual changes cause something to improve…
The belief that the Creation week was six consecutive twenty-…
The belief that each day of the Creation week was actually a…
Biblical Creationism
The belief in the account of Creation in the Bible.
evolution
A process in which gradual changes cause something to improve…
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General Science 7th grade Module #9: What is Life?
Atom *
Molecule *
Photosynthesis *
Metabolism *
The smallest chemical unit of matter
Two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
The process by which green plants and other organisms use the…
The sum total of all processes in an organism that convert en…
Atom *
The smallest chemical unit of matter
Molecule *
Two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
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Life Science 9-20 sp
Cadena Alimenticia
Red Alimenticia
Depredador
Presa
El flujo de energía que recorre la... comida de un organismo a o…
Una conexión de las cadenas... alimenticias con muchos caminos d…
Un organismo que caza y se... alimenta de otros organismos.
Un animal que es cazado para ser... usado como comida
Cadena Alimenticia
El flujo de energía que recorre la... comida de un organismo a o…
Red Alimenticia
Una conexión de las cadenas... alimenticias con muchos caminos d…
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Life Science Chapter 9 Vocabulary
cuticle
cellulose
vascular plant
nonvascular plant
cutin or waxy leaf layer which prevents water loss
Carbohydrate component of plant cell walls.
have tissues made of cells that transport water and nutrients…
a low-growing plant that lacks true vascular tissue
cuticle
cutin or waxy leaf layer which prevents water loss
cellulose
Carbohydrate component of plant cell walls.
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Life Science: Chapter 9 Vocabulary
carnivore
herbivore
omnivore
bilateral symmetry
an animal that only eats other animals
an animal that only eats plants
an animal that eats other animals and plants
when the right and left sides of an animal's body are the same
carnivore
an animal that only eats other animals
herbivore
an animal that only eats plants
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Life Science Chapter 9
bacteria
Kingdom Archaebacteria
Kingdom Eubacteria
binary fission
a microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism
kingdom that contain members that can live in extreme environ…
kingdom that contains true bacteria and cyanobacteria and are…
method of asexual reproduction in which the genetic material…
bacteria
a microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism
Kingdom Archaebacteria
kingdom that contain members that can live in extreme environ…
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Chapter 9 Life Science
Classification
Taxonomy
Dichotomous key
Archaea
the division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on s…
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
an aid that is used to identify organisms and that consists o…
in a modern taxonomic system, a domain made up of prokaryotes…
Classification
the division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on s…
Taxonomy
the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms
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Life Science Chapter 9
Functions of Animals
All animals are:
Adaptations
How they are classified
scales, feathers, shells, fins, might be bright colored or se…
multicellular, heterotrophs, eukaryotic cells, perform the sa…
allow animals to preform their functions
35 major groups; classified by relationship with other animal…
Functions of Animals
scales, feathers, shells, fins, might be bright colored or se…
All animals are:
multicellular, heterotrophs, eukaryotic cells, perform the sa…
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Life Science Chapter 9
Cell
Tissue
Organ
Adaptation
the basic unit of sturcture and function of life
A group of similar cells that are organized to do a specific…
A collection of tissues that carry out a specialized function…
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
Cell
the basic unit of sturcture and function of life
Tissue
A group of similar cells that are organized to do a specific…
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Life Science9
sexual reproduction
variation
offspring
cell
creation of new individual by two... parents
a difference between things
descendants of a person, animal or... plant
the smallest unit of all living... organisms
sexual reproduction
creation of new individual by two... parents
variation
a difference between things
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Life Science Vocab, Ch. 9
bacteria
archabacteria
eubacteria
binary fission
a microscopic unicellular prokaryotic organism in Kingdom Eub…
contains prokaryotic organisms that live in external environm…
contains the majority of prokaryotic organisms
a method of asexual reproduction seen in bacteria in which th…
bacteria
a microscopic unicellular prokaryotic organism in Kingdom Eub…
archabacteria
contains prokaryotic organisms that live in external environm…
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Science- Shepherd Life Science- Ch 9
Archaeopteryx
artifacts
creation
creationists
The most cited "evidence" of a transitional form.
Special types of fossils, which are specifically evidence of…
The belief that life was created by an all powerful Creator-G…
People who believe that creation correctly explains the origi…
Archaeopteryx
The most cited "evidence" of a transitional form.
artifacts
Special types of fossils, which are specifically evidence of…
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Life Science Module 5
Viruses
Naked Viruses
Enveloped Viruses
RNA Virus Types
Not living or cells... Cannot replicate without infecting cell a…
Nucleic acid contained within a capsid protein coat
Nucleic acid within a capsid surrounded by matrix protein and…
1) Viral RNA directly translated by host machinery ... 2) Viral…
Viruses
Not living or cells... Cannot replicate without infecting cell a…
Naked Viruses
Nucleic acid contained within a capsid protein coat
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BJU Life Science Chapter 9
Biblical Creationism
Evolutionism
Creationist theories
long-day theory
the belief that the physical universe was created by God
the belief that the physical universe was not created but hap…
man's opinion about the unprovided details of creation
each day in the creation week is actually a long period of time
Biblical Creationism
the belief that the physical universe was created by God
Evolutionism
the belief that the physical universe was not created but hap…
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Life Science - Chapter 9
antediluvian
biblical creationism
canopy theory
evolutionism
before the flood
the belief in the account of Creation described in the Bible
the belief that a canopy of water vapor existed around the an…
the belief that the physical universe, including life, was no…
antediluvian
before the flood
biblical creationism
the belief in the account of Creation described in the Bible
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Life Science Module 4
Erythrocytes
Leukocytes
Thrombocytes
WBC Count
RBCs, no nucleus, full of hemoglobin, mainly important for tr…
WBC, nucleated, multiple types and functions related to infla…
Platelets, no nucleus, activated to allow clotting during ble…
Usually near 0.1% of blood, marker of infection
Erythrocytes
RBCs, no nucleus, full of hemoglobin, mainly important for tr…
Leukocytes
WBC, nucleated, multiple types and functions related to infla…
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Life Science Module 3
DNA
RNA
Nucleotides
Purine Nucleotide Bases
Hardwired genetic information required for each cell in the b…
Provides a movable copy of the genes DNA sequence that can be…
Basic unit of DNA and RNA. Composed of nitrogenous base, pent…
Adenine and Guanine
DNA
Hardwired genetic information required for each cell in the b…
RNA
Provides a movable copy of the genes DNA sequence that can be…
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Life Science Module #4
Simple Machine
Force
Mechanical advantage
Diameter
A device that either multiples or redirects a force.
A push or pull exerted on an object in an effort to change th…
The amount by which force or motion is magnified in a simple…
The length of a straight line that travels from one side of a…
Simple Machine
A device that either multiples or redirects a force.
Force
A push or pull exerted on an object in an effort to change th…
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Life Science - List 9
Necro -
Retro -
Sym-, Syn-,
Supra-, Super-,
Dead - Necrophilia - Sexual attraction towards corpses.
Backwards - Retroact - To act backwards.
Together, With - Syllable - One or more letters work together…
Above, Over - Supraliminal - Above the threshold of conscious…
Necro -
Dead - Necrophilia - Sexual attraction towards corpses.
Retro -
Backwards - Retroact - To act backwards.
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Life science list 9
Necro
Retro
Sym, syn
Supra, super
Dead
Backwards
Together, with
Above, over
Necro
Dead
Retro
Backwards
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Life Science Unit 9
autotroph
cilia
filter-feeder
heterotroph
Organism that produces complex organic compounds from simple…
Finger-like projects from the cells; can be found from the ce…
An organism that feeds by filtering organic matter out of wat…
Organism which obtains carbon from outside sources.
autotroph
Organism that produces complex organic compounds from simple…
cilia
Finger-like projects from the cells; can be found from the ce…
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Life Science Chapter 9
A cell
An invertebrate
Radial symmetry
Free-living organism
The highest level of organization in an animal
An animal without a backbone is called
An animal with many lines of symmetry has
An organism that does not live in or on another organism is c…
A cell
The highest level of organization in an animal
An invertebrate
An animal without a backbone is called
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Life Science- Chapter 9
bibical creationism
evolutionism
Literal view
long day theory
the belief in the account of creation in the bible
the belief that the physical universe including life was not…
the belief that the creation week was six consecutive twenty…
The belief that each day of the creation week was actually a…
bibical creationism
the belief in the account of creation in the bible
evolutionism
the belief that the physical universe including life was not…
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Life Science Ch. 9, Study Guide
List two kingdoms that contain prokary…
How are prokaryotes different from euk…
List four kingdoms containing eukaryot…
Why aren't viruses living?
Kingdom Archaebacteria... Kingdom Eubacteria
Prokaryotes lack a membrane-bound nucleus and organelles; euk…
Kingdoms: Protista, Fungi, Plants, Animals
They are not cellular; they consist of nucleic acids and prot…
List two kingdoms that contain prokary…
Kingdom Archaebacteria... Kingdom Eubacteria
How are prokaryotes different from euk…
Prokaryotes lack a membrane-bound nucleus and organelles; euk…
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Life Science - 9.3 - Macroevolution
Microevolution
macroevolution
evolutionary tree
geographical isolation
When organisms change in small ways over time, the process is…
Bigger evolutionary changes that result in a new species is
Charles Darwin used what to represent the relationships betwe…
When species are separated, like on different sides of the Gr…
Microevolution
When organisms change in small ways over time, the process is…
macroevolution
Bigger evolutionary changes that result in a new species is
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 9
What are microscopic, unicellular, pro…
Name one of the 2 kingdoms where bacte…
Name one of the 2 kingdoms where bacte…
What is the spherical shape of bacteri…
bacteria
Eubacteria
Arcbacteria
coccus
What are microscopic, unicellular, pro…
bacteria
Name one of the 2 kingdoms where bacte…
Eubacteria
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