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Biology Section 20.1
Predator
Prey
Mimicry
Herbivore
An animal that hunts other animals for food
An organism that is killed and eaten by another organism
Ability of an animal to look like another more harmful animal
A consumer that eats only plants
Predator
An animal that hunts other animals for food
Prey
An organism that is killed and eaten by another organism
Biology Section 20.1!
Chitin.
Hyphae. (Singular, hypha)
Fruiting body.
Mycelium. (Plural, mycelia)
Tough, flexible polysaccharide in the exoskeletons of insects…
Threadlike filament that makes up the basic structural unit o…
Spore producing fungal reproductive structure.
Netlike mass made up of branching hyphae.
Chitin.
Tough, flexible polysaccharide in the exoskeletons of insects…
Hyphae. (Singular, hypha)
Threadlike filament that makes up the basic structural unit o…
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Biology Section 20-1
Protist
why are some organisms that consist of…
the first eukaryotic organisms on eart…
what is biologist Lynn Margulis's hypo…
Any organism that is not a plant, animal, fungus, or prokaryo…
they are considered protists because they are so similar to o…
protist
they have evolved from a symbiosis of several cells
Protist
Any organism that is not a plant, animal, fungus, or prokaryo…
why are some organisms that consist of…
they are considered protists because they are so similar to o…
28 terms
Abeka Biology Chapter 20 Section 1
Invertebrates
Arthropods
Exoskeleton composed of chitin, jointe…
Exoskeleton
Animals without backbones
Invertebrates with jointed appendages
Common characteristics of arthropods
External skeleton
Invertebrates
Animals without backbones
Arthropods
Invertebrates with jointed appendages
Biology Chapter 20 section 1
What did Dmitri ivanoski demonstrate?
What did the Dutch scientist Maritinus…
What did American biochemist Wendell S…
What is a virus?
He demonstrated that the cause of this particular plant disea…
He suggested that the tiny particles in the juice cause the d…
He isolated crystals of tobacco mosaic viruses. Living organi…
A virus is a nonliving particles made of proteins, nucleic ac…
What did Dmitri ivanoski demonstrate?
He demonstrated that the cause of this particular plant disea…
What did the Dutch scientist Maritinus…
He suggested that the tiny particles in the juice cause the d…
Glencoe Science Biology Section 20.1
Chitin (Quitina)
Fruiting body (Cuerpo fructífero)
Haustorium ( Haustorio)
Hypha ( Hifa)
Tough flexible polysaccharide in the exoskeletons of insects…
Spore-producing fungal reproductive structure. (Estructura re…
Specialized hypha of parasitic fungi that grows into a host's…
Threadlike filament that makes up the basic structural unit o…
Chitin (Quitina)
Tough flexible polysaccharide in the exoskeletons of insects…
Fruiting body (Cuerpo fructífero)
Spore-producing fungal reproductive structure. (Estructura re…
28 terms
Abeka Biology Chapter 20 Section 1
Invertebrates
Arthropods
Exoskeleton composed of chitin, jointe…
Exoskeleton
Animals without backbones
Invertebrates with jointed appendages
Common characteristics of arthropods
External skeleton
Invertebrates
Animals without backbones
Arthropods
Invertebrates with jointed appendages
Chapter 20 Sections 1-3 Biology
virus
capsid
bacteriophages
lytic infection
a nonliving particle made of proteins, nucleic acids, and som…
The protein coat surrounding a virus
viruses that infect bacteria
virus enters a bacterial cell, makes copies of itself, and ca…
virus
a nonliving particle made of proteins, nucleic acids, and som…
capsid
The protein coat surrounding a virus
7 terms
BIOLOGY 20: Section 4.1-4.2
What is an adaptation?
Examples of an adaptation
Variation
Biological species
The result of gradual change in the characteristics of member…
- camo... - night vision ... - deep roots ... - nesting... - hibernation
Visible or invisible difference that helps an individual in a…
Group of reproductively compatible populations. ... Meaning mem…
What is an adaptation?
The result of gradual change in the characteristics of member…
Examples of an adaptation
- camo... - night vision ... - deep roots ... - nesting... - hibernation
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Ch. 20 section 1 and 2 Vocab biology
Plant
Cuticle
Stomata
Vascular system
Multicellular eukaryote that reproduces its own food through…
A waxy layer that holds in moisture
Pores in the cuticle of a plant through which gas exchange oc…
Collection of specialized tissues in some plants that transpo…
Plant
Multicellular eukaryote that reproduces its own food through…
Cuticle
A waxy layer that holds in moisture
Biology Plant Vocabulary Section 20.1
cellulose
cutin
stomata
lignin
what plant cell walls are made of
waxy waterproof coating on leaves
tiny holes in the cuticle that can open and close and allow a…
allows the plant to grow upright
cellulose
what plant cell walls are made of
cutin
waxy waterproof coating on leaves
Chapter 20 vocab section 1 Biology
virus
pathogen
capsid
envelope
infectious particle composed of a nucleic acid and a protein…
virus, microorganism or other substance that causes disease
a protein sheath that surrounds the nucleic acid core in a vi…
a membranelike layer that cover the capsids of some virus
virus
infectious particle composed of a nucleic acid and a protein…
pathogen
virus, microorganism or other substance that causes disease
Biology Vocabulary: Chapter 20, Section 1
predation
Interspecific competition
symbiosis
Parasitism
a relationship between two species in which one species, the…
a relationship between two species in which both species comp…
a relationship in which two different organisms live in close…
a relationship between two species in which one species, the…
predation
a relationship between two species in which one species, the…
Interspecific competition
a relationship between two species in which both species comp…
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chapter 20 biology section 1&2
20-1... protist
20-2... psuedopod
amoeboid movement
food vacuole
a eukaryotic organism that cannot be classified as an animal,…
a "false foot" or temporary bulge of cytoplasm used for feedi…
a type of locomotion in which the cytoplasm of the cell strea…
A membranous sac formed by phagocytosis of microorganisms or…
20-1... protist
a eukaryotic organism that cannot be classified as an animal,…
20-2... psuedopod
a "false foot" or temporary bulge of cytoplasm used for feedi…
Biology Chapter 20 Section 1: Viruses
prokaryote
properties of life
DNA
RNA
a unicellular organism that lacks a nucleus and membrane boun…
1) cellular organization 2) reproduction 3) metabolism 4) hom…
(deoxyribonucleic acid) double stranded heredity material in…
(ribonucleic acid)
prokaryote
a unicellular organism that lacks a nucleus and membrane boun…
properties of life
1) cellular organization 2) reproduction 3) metabolism 4) hom…
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Chapter 20-21 (Section 1 &2)- Biology
plants
cuticle
stomata
vascular system
are multicellular eukaryotes, most of which produce their own…
a waxy, waterproof layer that help hold in moisture
tiny holes in the cuticle
a collection of specialized tissues that bring water and mine…
plants
are multicellular eukaryotes, most of which produce their own…
cuticle
a waxy, waterproof layer that help hold in moisture
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TREY~Biology chapter 20 sections 1 and 2
The kingdom Protista includes how many…
What is a protist?
Are most protists unicellular or multi…
Protista comes from the Greek words me…
200,000 species
any organism that is not a plant, a fungus, or a prokaryote
unicellular
'' the very first''
The kingdom Protista includes how many…
200,000 species
What is a protist?
any organism that is not a plant, a fungus, or a prokaryote
Biology: Bacteria chapter 20 sections (1-3)
Caused by a bacteria or virus?
Are viruses considered to be living?
How do bacteria and archaea differ?
Why are bacteria sometimes called natu…
Strep throat, sinus infection, rabies, food poisoning, tobacc…
No they are non living particles made of proteins, nucleic ac…
Bacteria includes a large range of organisms with lifestyles…
Break down nutrients in dead matter
Caused by a bacteria or virus?
Strep throat, sinus infection, rabies, food poisoning, tobacc…
Are viruses considered to be living?
No they are non living particles made of proteins, nucleic ac…
Biology Chapter 18 Section 1-4 and Chapter 20 Section 1
Ecology
Interdependence
Biosphere
Ecosystem
Study of the interactions between organisms and the living an…
Key theme found throughout biology.
The part of earth where life exists.
A community of organisms and their abiotic environment.
Ecology
Study of the interactions between organisms and the living an…
Interdependence
Key theme found throughout biology.
biology 20-20.1
invertebrates
arthripods
exoskeleton
chitin
animals without backbones
invertebrates with pointed appendages that make up more that…
external skeleton
a substance that is chemically similar to cellulose or starch…
invertebrates
animals without backbones
arthripods
invertebrates with pointed appendages that make up more that…
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10th Grade Abeka Biology Chapter 20 (section 20.1)
Invertebrates
Arthropods
Exoskeleton
Chitin
Animals without backbones.
Invertebrates with jointed appendages.
Another name for an external skeleton.
A substance that is chemically similar to cellulose or starch.
Invertebrates
Animals without backbones.
Arthropods
Invertebrates with jointed appendages.
12 terms
Biology chapter 20 section 1 (protists)
any organism that is not a plant, an a…
false
true
true
Protist
protists,all are unicellular.
protists, all cells have a nucleous.
protists, all cells have membrane-bound organelles.
any organism that is not a plant, an a…
Protist
false
protists,all are unicellular.
Biology Honors_Chapter 20: Section 1-4
What is the structural hierarchy?
Define Tissue
Organ
Organ System
A. Cells... B. Tissue... C. Organ... D. Organ System... E. Organism
Integrated group of similar cells that perform a similar func…
Two or more types of tissue that perform a specific task
Consists of multiple organs that together perform a vital bod…
What is the structural hierarchy?
A. Cells... B. Tissue... C. Organ... D. Organ System... E. Organism
Define Tissue
Integrated group of similar cells that perform a similar func…
Biology 1 prefixes 1-20
kilo
-logist
-logy
met-; meta-
thousand
one who studies...
study of...
between
kilo
thousand
-logist
one who studies...
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Bio 20 - Section 3.1
biotic
abiotic
species
population
refers to living things in the environment, such as humans, t…
refers to non-living things in the environment, such as sunli…
population of organisms capable of interbreeding and producin…
any group of individuals of the same species living in the sa…
biotic
refers to living things in the environment, such as humans, t…
abiotic
refers to non-living things in the environment, such as sunli…
7 terms
Biology 20-1 Ecosystems
5 biotic factors that could influence…
6 aboitic factors in an environment, w…
lake zones
relationship between water temp and th…
Competition, Predator-prey relationships, Parasitism, Disease…
water depth, pH, sunlight, salinity,, available nutrients and…
The solubility of oxygen decreases as water temperature incre…
5 biotic factors that could influence…
Competition, Predator-prey relationships, Parasitism, Disease…
6 aboitic factors in an environment, w…
water depth, pH, sunlight, salinity,, available nutrients and…
45 terms
Biology sections 20&21
Biome
Land (terrestrial) biome
Tundra
Desert
I physical environment that has certain characteristic plants…
A biome occurs on land and not in the water
A land biome characterized by cold temperatures, Highwinds, a…
A land biome characterized by a little rainfall and extreme c…
Biome
I physical environment that has certain characteristic plants…
Land (terrestrial) biome
A biome occurs on land and not in the water
14 terms
Biology 20.1 Vocab
Plants
Cuticle
Stomata
Vascular System
Multi-cellular prokaryotes most of which produce their own fo…
Waxy, waterproof layer of a plant that helps hold in moisture
tiny holes in the cuticle. Special cells allow this to close…
Collection of specialized tissues that bring water and minera…
Plants
Multi-cellular prokaryotes most of which produce their own fo…
Cuticle
Waxy, waterproof layer of a plant that helps hold in moisture
44 terms
Biology vocab section 20
biome
Land biome
Tundra
Desert
A physical environment that has certain characteristics plant…
A biome that occurs on land
Land biome characterized by cold temperatures, high winds, &…
Land biome characterized by little rainfall and extreme changes
biome
A physical environment that has certain characteristics plant…
Land biome
A biome that occurs on land
Biology 1 prefixes 11-20
kilo
-logist
-logy
met-; meta-
thousand
one who studies...
study of...
between
kilo
thousand
-logist
one who studies...
Biology Section 20.2
Species richness
Species evenness
Species - area effect
Disturbances
Total number of different species
Relative abundance of each species
A pattern in which the number of species in an area increases…
Events that change communities, remove or destroy organisms f…
Species richness
Total number of different species
Species evenness
Relative abundance of each species
Biology section 20-21
Biome
Land biome
Tundra
Desert
A physical environment Fiat has certain characteristic plants…
A biome that occurs on land and not in the water
A land biome characterized by cold temperatures, high winds,…
A land biome characterized by little rainfall and extreme cha…
Biome
A physical environment Fiat has certain characteristic plants…
Land biome
A biome that occurs on land and not in the water
20 terms
Biology section 20
Capsid
Envelope
Bacteriophages
Pathogen
The protein coat that surrounds the nucleic acid core and con…
A membrane layer that covers the capsids of some viruses and…
A virus that infects bacteria
Any agent that causes disease
Capsid
The protein coat that surrounds the nucleic acid core and con…
Envelope
A membrane layer that covers the capsids of some viruses and…
Biology - Section 20
Biome
Land biome
Tundra
Desert
A physical environment that has certain characteristics, plan…
A biome that occurs on land and not in the water
A land biome characterized by cold temperatures, Highwinds, a…
A land biome characterized by little rainfall in extreme chan…
Biome
A physical environment that has certain characteristics, plan…
Land biome
A biome that occurs on land and not in the water
Biology section 20
Biome
Land or terristrial biome
Tundra
Desert
A physical environment that has certain characteristic plants…
I biome that occurs and not in the water
A land biome characterized by cold temperatures high winds an…
A land biome characterized by little rainfall and extreme cha…
Biome
A physical environment that has certain characteristic plants…
Land or terristrial biome
I biome that occurs and not in the water
Biology 20.1
predation
interspecific competition
symbiosis
parasitism
a relationship between two species in which one species, the…
a relationship between two species in which both species comp…
a relationship in which two different organisms live in close…
a relationship between two species in which one species, the…
predation
a relationship between two species in which one species, the…
interspecific competition
a relationship between two species in which both species comp…
45 terms
Section 20 and 21; biology
Biome
Land biome
Tundra
Desert
A physical environment that has certain characteristic plants…
Biome on land not water
Land biome characterized by cold temp., high winds, and small…
Land biome characterized by little rainfall and extreme chang…
Biome
A physical environment that has certain characteristic plants…
Land biome
Biome on land not water
17 terms
Biology 20 Terms Chapter 1
Cellular Respiration
Photosynthesis
Producer
Consumer
process in which, mitochondria in the cells of plants, animal…
process by which plants, algae and some bacteria use the Sun'…
organism that synthesizes its own food from inorganic molecul…
organisms that can't synthesize its own food through photosyn…
Cellular Respiration
process in which, mitochondria in the cells of plants, animal…
Photosynthesis
process by which plants, algae and some bacteria use the Sun'…
13 terms
Biology 20-1 Energy and Matter
First 2 laws of thermodynamics
autotroph
heterotroph
what happens to the population of orga…
1. energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed... 2.…
synthesize its own food using light or chemical energy, ex:pl…
cannot synthesize its own food, ex: elephant
they increase--> more food
First 2 laws of thermodynamics
1. energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed... 2.…
autotroph
synthesize its own food using light or chemical energy, ex:pl…
Biology 20.1 and 20.2
ecosystem
biome
examples of biomes
equilibrium
a community of living organisms and their abiotic (non living…
terrestrial ecosystem - a large-scale community of organisms,…
tropical rainforests, savannas, deserts, grasslands, temperat…
a dynamic state of an ecosystem in which, despite changes in…
ecosystem
a community of living organisms and their abiotic (non living…
biome
terrestrial ecosystem - a large-scale community of organisms,…
Biology 20-1 (Unit 3)
Cell Membrane (Animal)
Nucleus (Animal)
Nuclear envelope (Animal)
Nuclear pore (Animal)
the semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell
...
...
...
Cell Membrane (Animal)
the semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell
Nucleus (Animal)
...
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Biology Section 20-2
at one time what were all animallike p…
how are the four phyla of animallike p…
what kind of protists are classified i…
how many flagella does the zooflagella…
protozoa
they are distinguished by their means of movement
they are animallike protists that swim using flagella
most have either one or two
at one time what were all animallike p…
protozoa
how are the four phyla of animallike p…
they are distinguished by their means of movement
10 terms
Bio 20 Section 1.1
cellular respiration
photosynthesis
producer
consumer
process in which mitochondria in the cells of plants, animals…
process in which plants, algae, and some kinds of bacteria us…
organism that synthesizes its own food from inorganic molecul…
an organism that cannot synthesize its own food through photo…
cellular respiration
process in which mitochondria in the cells of plants, animals…
photosynthesis
process in which plants, algae, and some kinds of bacteria us…
Biology 20-1(Unit 2)
Species
Population
Community
Ecosystem
One particular organism that are able to breed with one anoth…
A group of individuals of the same species living in a specif…
Consists of all the individuals in all of the interacting pop…
A community of populations, together with abiotic factors tha…
Species
One particular organism that are able to breed with one anoth…
Population
A group of individuals of the same species living in a specif…
6 terms
Vocabulary Section 20-1
predation
interspecific competition
symbiosis
parasitism
a powerful force in a community
a type of interaction in which two or more species use the sa…
a close, long-term relationship between two organisms
a relationship in which one individual is harmed while the ot…
predation
a powerful force in a community
interspecific competition
a type of interaction in which two or more species use the sa…
6 terms
Bio 20 - Section 2.1
biogeochemical cycles
hydrologic cycle
polar
hydrogen bond
the cyclical route taken by water and other chemical nutrient…
cycle of evaporation and condensation of water that determine…
refers to a molecule with uneven charge distribution
weak bond the hydrogen atom that involves sharing an electron…
biogeochemical cycles
the cyclical route taken by water and other chemical nutrient…
hydrologic cycle
cycle of evaporation and condensation of water that determine…
39 terms
20.1-20.3 Biology
Where did life begin?
What did life begin as?
common characteristics of green algae…
where did land plants evolve from?
water
cyanobacteria
both are photosynthetic eukaryotes ... both have the same types…
green algae
Where did life begin?
water
What did life begin as?
cyanobacteria
19 terms
Bio 20 Sections 5.1 to 5.3
photosynthesis
cellular respiration
chloroplast
thylakoids
...
...
...
...
photosynthesis
...
cellular respiration
...
54 terms
Biology 20.1 and 20.2
20.1Online Vocabulary Cards and Sectio…
The Characteristics of Fungi:... -Fungi a…
Absorptive __________through _____dige…
Release ________ _________ to break do…
http://glencoe.mheducation.com/sites/0078695104/sitemap.html
-Fungi are NOT plants... -Eukaryotes... -Heterotrophic ... -Nonmotile…
Absorptive heterotrophs through extracellular digestion (dige…
Release digestive enzymes to break down organic material or t…
20.1Online Vocabulary Cards and Sectio…
http://glencoe.mheducation.com/sites/0078695104/sitemap.html
The Characteristics of Fungi:... -Fungi a…
-Fungi are NOT plants... -Eukaryotes... -Heterotrophic ... -Nonmotile…
15 terms
Koegelma20 CP/(Honors) Biology Midterm Section 1
What are common safety procedures in t…
What is the correct format for a hypot…
What is the difference between a hypot…
Mean
Dont be stupid
If, Then, Because
A hypothesis is either a suggested explanation and a theory i…
Add all numbers up and divide by how many numbers there are.
What are common safety procedures in t…
Dont be stupid
What is the correct format for a hypot…
If, Then, Because
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