How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "ch 2 life science"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "ch 2 life science"

33 terms
Life Science - Chapter 2 Characteristics and Classification of Life
Cell
Physical characteristics
Nucleic Acid
Robert Hooke
Smallest living unit; every living thing has at least one
Today's classification system classifies organisms based on t…
Cellulose is a type of carbohydrate; DNA is a type of:
First one to use the word "cell"
Cell
Smallest living unit; every living thing has at least one
Physical characteristics
Today's classification system classifies organisms based on t…
41 terms
Prentice Hall Life Science Chapter 2 vocabulary
classification
microscope
cell theory
cell
the process of organism based on similarities
instrument that makes objects look larger
-all living things are composed of cells.... -cells are the basi…
basic of unit of structure of all living things
classification
the process of organism based on similarities
microscope
instrument that makes objects look larger
24 terms
Science- Life science chapter 2
Stimuli
carbohydrates
Homeostasis
Starch
change in an organism's environment that affects the activity…
group of compounds made of sugar
Maintenance of a stable internal environment
Complex carbohydrates made by plants
Stimuli
change in an organism's environment that affects the activity…
carbohydrates
group of compounds made of sugar
53 terms
Glencoe Life Science Chapter 2
All cells have a ___ _________.
Cells can be classified as ___________…
Cell with no membrane-bound structure…
Cell with membrane-bound structures
cell membrane
eukaryotic or prokaryotic
prokaryotic
eurkaryotic
All cells have a ___ _________.
cell membrane
Cells can be classified as ___________…
eukaryotic or prokaryotic
20 terms
BJU Life Science Chapter 2
cell
unicellular
multicellular
energy
the smallest living unit of an organism; the functional and s…
describes a living thing composed of only one cell
describes a living thing that is composed of more than one ce…
the ability to do work
cell
the smallest living unit of an organism; the functional and s…
unicellular
describes a living thing composed of only one cell
19 terms
Life Science Vocabulary Chapter 2
mitosis
cell divison
asexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
the process by which a cell produces two new identical nuclei
the dividing of a cell following mitosis
reproduction by one parent
reproduction by two parents
mitosis
the process by which a cell produces two new identical nuclei
cell divison
the dividing of a cell following mitosis
22 terms
BJU Life Science Chapter 2-A
Classification of Living Things
Classify
Kingdom
Phylum
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
(1) To arrange experimental data so that relationships can be…
In the modern classification system, the largest group of liv…
In the modern classification system, a subdivision of a kingd…
Classification of Living Things
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Classify
(1) To arrange experimental data so that relationships can be…
12 terms
Life Science Chapter 2 Section 2
cell
stimulus
homeostasis
asexual reproduction
a membrane-covered structure that contains all of the materia…
a change in an organism's environment that affects the activi…
the maintenance of a stable internal environment
a single parent produces offspring that is identical to the p…
cell
a membrane-covered structure that contains all of the materia…
stimulus
a change in an organism's environment that affects the activi…
41 terms
BJU Life Science Chapter 2
What did God command all living things…
All living things are made of what?
What is the classification system in u…
Where do living things come from today?
pg.29; 47
pg.30
pg.42
pg.29
What did God command all living things…
pg.29; 47
All living things are made of what?
pg.30
26 terms
Life Science chapter 2
nucleotides of DNA
diploid cells
forty six
twenty-three
adenine, guanine, thymine, cytosine
cells that contain 2 pairs of each chromosome (body cells are…
total number of chromosomes that humans have
total pairs of chromosomes that humans have
nucleotides of DNA
adenine, guanine, thymine, cytosine
diploid cells
cells that contain 2 pairs of each chromosome (body cells are…
18 terms
Life Science: cells chapter 2 part 2
cell
organelle
nucleus
chloroplast
the basic unit of a living things
a part/structure in a cell
the organelle thats is the control center of the cell that di…
the organelle that captures energy from sunlight to produce f…
cell
the basic unit of a living things
organelle
a part/structure in a cell
25 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
Noise Piece
Objectives
Stage
Microscope
1. A rotating turret that houses the object lenses... 2. The par…
1. 4 lenses which magnify the image... 2. The lenses that magnify
1. A developmental period during which characteristic pattern…
1. An instrument that makes small objects look larger... 2. Devi…
Noise Piece
1. A rotating turret that houses the object lenses... 2. The par…
Objectives
1. 4 lenses which magnify the image... 2. The lenses that magnify
32 terms
chapter 2 life science
Measurement
unit
meter
kilometer
a number that includes a unit
a specific quantity that is counted to make a measurement
the basic unit for the SI Units system of measurement
1000 times bigger than 1 meter
Measurement
a number that includes a unit
unit
a specific quantity that is counted to make a measurement
22 terms
BJU Life Science, Chapter 2
An _____________ is a complete living…
What is the 1st phase of an organism's…
What is the 2nd phase of an organism's…
What is the 3rd phase of an organism's…
Organism
Birth
Growth
Reproduction
An _____________ is a complete living…
Organism
What is the 1st phase of an organism's…
Birth
9 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
classify
kingdom
phylum
class
To assign or arrange organism in a particular group.
In the modern classification system, the largest group of liv…
In the modern classification system, a subdivision of a kingd…
In modern classification system, a subdivision of phylum; inc…
classify
To assign or arrange organism in a particular group.
kingdom
In the modern classification system, the largest group of liv…
25 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
Matthius Schlieden
Theodore Schwann
Robert Brown
Rudolf Virchow
1838- concluded that plants are made of cells
1838- all animals are made of cells; area of the nucleus
1833- discovered dense region in the center of cells
1855- new cells are formed only from cells that already exist
Matthius Schlieden
1838- concluded that plants are made of cells
Theodore Schwann
1838- all animals are made of cells; area of the nucleus
25 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
nose piece
objectives
stage
microscope
1. the part of a compound light microscope that holds the obj…
1. 4 lenses which magnify the image... 2. makes specimen appear…
1. holds the microscope slide in position.... 2. keeps the micro…
1. an instrument with lenses and light that is used to observ…
nose piece
1. the part of a compound light microscope that holds the obj…
objectives
1. 4 lenses which magnify the image... 2. makes specimen appear…
25 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
nose piece
objective lenses
stage
microscope
1.holds the objective lenses... 2.holds the objective lenses and…
1.One of the most important parts of a compound microscope, a…
1.Holds the microscope slide in position.... 2.A small platform…
1.An instrument with lenses and light that is used to observe…
nose piece
1.holds the objective lenses... 2.holds the objective lenses and…
objective lenses
1.One of the most important parts of a compound microscope, a…
6 terms
Science Chapter 2: Animal Life Cycles
lifespan
life cycle
direct development
metamorphosis
the average length of time that a particular organism lives
all of the stages a living thing goes through
a kind of growth in which an organism gets larger but it does…
major changes in the body form during the life cycle of an an…
lifespan
the average length of time that a particular organism lives
life cycle
all of the stages a living thing goes through
18 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
cell
stimulus
response
homeostasis
The smallest unit of life that can perform all of life's proc…
A change in an organism's environment that causes it to respo…
A reaction or reflex caused by a change in an organism's envi…
Keeping the body in balance. Maintaining a constant/stable in…
cell
The smallest unit of life that can perform all of life's proc…
stimulus
A change in an organism's environment that causes it to respo…
15 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
cell membrane
cytoplasm
cell wall
organelle
the outer covering of all cells
gelatinelike material
tough, rigid outer coverings that protect the cell and give i…
structure within the cytyoplasm of eukaryotic cells
cell membrane
the outer covering of all cells
cytoplasm
gelatinelike material
26 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
element
atom
compound
organic compound
substance that cannot be broken down into a more simple subst…
smallest unit of an element
two or more elements combined chemically
compounds that contain carbon (proteins, carbs, lipids and nu…
element
substance that cannot be broken down into a more simple subst…
atom
smallest unit of an element
15 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
cell membrane
cytoplasm
cell wall
organelles
the outer covering of a cell
gelatin like material inside every cell
encloses the cell; It is a tough, rigid outer covering that p…
structure in the cytoplasm of a eukaryotic cell that can act…
cell membrane
the outer covering of a cell
cytoplasm
gelatin like material inside every cell
McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 2 Vocabulary
carbohydrate
cell theory
lipid
macromolecule
one or more sugar... molecules
living things are made of... one or more cells; the cell is the…
large macromolecule that does... not dissolve in water
substance that forms... by joining many small molecules
carbohydrate
one or more sugar... molecules
cell theory
living things are made of... one or more cells; the cell is the…
13 terms
Life Science Chapter 2 Lesson 2: Cells
organelles
cell wall
cell membrane
nucleus
tiny cell structures that carry out specific functions within…
rigid layer of nonliving material that surrounds cells if pla…
located just inside the cell wall; controls what substances c…
cell's control center, directing all of the cell's activities
organelles
tiny cell structures that carry out specific functions within…
cell wall
rigid layer of nonliving material that surrounds cells if pla…
34 terms
Science Explorer Life Science Chapter 2
cell
multicellular
organelle
unicellular
a basic unit of structure and function in all organisms
organisms composed of many cells that are specialized to do c…
a tiny cell structure that carries out a specific function wi…
single celled organisms including bacteria
cell
a basic unit of structure and function in all organisms
multicellular
organisms composed of many cells that are specialized to do c…
10 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
chromosomes
fertilization
fertilized egg
pollination
threadlike structures in the nucleus of a cell that control t…
the joining of a sperm cell and an egg cell
the cell that results when an egg cell and a sperm cell unite
the first step in the reproduction of a flowering plant inclu…
chromosomes
threadlike structures in the nucleus of a cell that control t…
fertilization
the joining of a sperm cell and an egg cell
6 terms
Life Science Chapter 2 Lesson 1: Cells and Life
cell theory
macromolecules
nucleic acid
protein
- the theory that all life is made of at least 1 cell.
- large molecules made from joining smaller molecules together.
- macromolecules that encode the structure and nature of cell…
- a macromolecule that has several different uses depending o…
cell theory
- the theory that all life is made of at least 1 cell.
macromolecules
- large molecules made from joining smaller molecules together.
33 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
cell
stimuli
homeostasis
monkey
membrane covered structure that contains all the nessisary ma…
chemicals, hunger, touch, smell, and light
maintenance of stable internal environment
many cells
cell
membrane covered structure that contains all the nessisary ma…
stimuli
chemicals, hunger, touch, smell, and light
25 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
Matter refers to anything that has ___…
An element...
6 elements make up 95% of the body wei…
Atoms
mass, space... Matter exists in three states: solid, liquid, an…
is a substance that cannot be broken down into substances wit…
Carbon... Hydrogen... Nitrogen... Oxygen... Phosphorus... Sulfur
the smallest part of an element that displays the property of…
Matter refers to anything that has ___…
mass, space... Matter exists in three states: solid, liquid, an…
An element...
is a substance that cannot be broken down into substances wit…
30 terms
Science Shepherd Life Science chapter 2
aerobic organisms
homeostasis
anaerobic organisms
asexual reproduction
organisms that need oxygen to survive
maintenance of a stable internal environment
organisms that die in the presence of oxygen
the formation of a new cell or organism without the exchange…
aerobic organisms
organisms that need oxygen to survive
homeostasis
maintenance of a stable internal environment
36 terms
Science Chapter 2 Life Science
Cell
Microscope
Cell Theory
Cell Wall
Form the parts of an organism and carry out all of its functi…
An instrument that makes small objects look larger.
A widely accepted explanation of the relationship between cel…
Surrounds cell and gives it a rigid, boxlike shape.
Cell
Form the parts of an organism and carry out all of its functi…
Microscope
An instrument that makes small objects look larger.
18 terms
Life Science Chapter 2 Vocabulary
Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Allows materials in and out of the cell. This is the outskirt…
The cell wall is only in plant cells. It's rigid and gives th…
A gelatin like material that flows in the cell.
This part of the cell contains DNA or hereditary material, th…
Cell Membrane
Allows materials in and out of the cell. This is the outskirt…
Cell Wall
The cell wall is only in plant cells. It's rigid and gives th…
19 terms
Life Science Chapter 2 Review-Classification
binomial nomenclature
taxonomy
classification
domain
two-part scientific naming system used in the classification…
The scientific study of how living things are classified.
the process of grouping organisms based on their similarities
the largest most broad level of classification.
binomial nomenclature
two-part scientific naming system used in the classification…
taxonomy
The scientific study of how living things are classified.
Chapter 2 life science
Nose piece
Objective
stage
microscope
1.holds the objective lenses... 2. A piece that holds the lens t…
1.Fair; impartial... 2.Goal
1.A developmental period during which characteristic patterns…
1.An instrument that makes small objects look larger.... 2.A dev…
Nose piece
1.holds the objective lenses... 2. A piece that holds the lens t…
Objective
1.Fair; impartial... 2.Goal
24 terms
Life Science-Chapter 2
Organism
Cells
Molecule
Amino Acids
A complete living thing
The tiny living structure that make up all living things
The smallest unit of a substance that consist of two or more…
Small molecules that are the building blocks of proteins
Organism
A complete living thing
Cells
The tiny living structure that make up all living things
32 terms
Prentice Hall Life Science Chapter 2 Vocab
organism
cell
unicellular
multicellular
a living thing
the basic unit of structure and function in living things
made of a single cell
consisting of many cells
organism
a living thing
cell
the basic unit of structure and function in living things
30 terms
Chapter 2:2 Life Science
organism
cell
unicellular
autotrophs
a living thing
basic unit of structure and function in a organism
single-celled organism
organisms that make their own food
organism
a living thing
cell
basic unit of structure and function in a organism
37 terms
Life Science- Chapter 2
Genotype
Phenotype
Heterozygous
Homozygous
Genetic makeup
Observable characteristic
One of each trait, Rr
Same trait, true breeding: RR, rr
Genotype
Genetic makeup
Phenotype
Observable characteristic
32 terms
Prentice Hall Life Science Chapter 2 Vocab
organism
cell
unicellular
multicellular
a living thing
the basic unit of structure and function in living things
made of a single cell
consisting of many cells
organism
a living thing
cell
the basic unit of structure and function in living things
30 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
Aerobic Organisms
Anaerobic Organisms
Asexual Reproduction
Binominal
Organisms which need oxygen to survive.
Organisms which die in the presence of oxygen.
The formation of a new cell or organism without the exchange…
The two part name organisms receive as they are classified in…
Aerobic Organisms
Organisms which need oxygen to survive.
Anaerobic Organisms
Organisms which die in the presence of oxygen.
11 terms
Life Science Chapter 2 Vocab
Classify
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
To arrange experimental data so that relationship can be seen…
In the modern classification system, the largest group of liv…
In the modern classification system, a subdivision of a kingd…
In the modern classification system, a subdivision of a phylu…
Classify
To arrange experimental data so that relationship can be seen…
Kingdom
In the modern classification system, the largest group of liv…
8 terms
Science Chapter 2: Life Cycles: Heredity
heredity
trait
gene
inherited trait
the process by which traits are passed from parents to offspr…
a characteristic that makes one organism different from another
the basic unit of heredity
a trait that is affected only by genes (ie: eye color, attach…
heredity
the process by which traits are passed from parents to offspr…
trait
a characteristic that makes one organism different from another
32 terms
Prentice Hall Life Science Chapter 2 Vocab
organism
cell
unicellular
multicellular
a living thing
the basic unit of structure and function in living things
made of a single cell
consisting of many cells
organism
a living thing
cell
the basic unit of structure and function in living things
54 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
Microscope
Lens
Simple Microscope
Compound
tool that makes things look larger than they really are
piece of curved glass or other clear material that causes lig…
Microscope with only one lens
Microscope with two or more lenses
Microscope
tool that makes things look larger than they really are
Lens
piece of curved glass or other clear material that causes lig…
43 terms
BJU Life Science : Chapter 2
cell (2.1, 3B)
unicellular (2.1)
multicellular (2.1)
energy (2.1)
The smallest living unit of an organism; the functional and s…
Describes a living thing composed of only one cell.
Describes a living thing that is composed of more than one ce…
The ability to do work. All living things need it to stay ali…
cell (2.1, 3B)
The smallest living unit of an organism; the functional and s…
unicellular (2.1)
Describes a living thing composed of only one cell.
22 terms
Glencoe Life Science Chapter 2 Vocab
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Cell wall
Organelles
outer covering that lets materials in or out of the cell
gelatin like material inside every cell
Are tough rigid outer coverings that protect the plant cell a…
Structures in the cytoplasm of Eukaryotic cells
Cell Membrane
outer covering that lets materials in or out of the cell
Cytoplasm
gelatin like material inside every cell
30 terms
Life Science: Chapter 2
Sugars and starches
To arrange into groups
Energy
Stored energy
Carbohydrates are what?
What does classify mean?
What is the ability to do work?
Lipids
Sugars and starches
Carbohydrates are what?
To arrange into groups
What does classify mean?
13 terms
Life Science Chapter 2
cell cycle
interphase
homologous chromosome
sister chromatid
life cycle of a cell that includes phases of growth and devel…
the phase of a cell cycle in which a cell preparing to reprod…
a pair of similar chromosome
copy of a chromosome made during S-phase of cell cycle
cell cycle
life cycle of a cell that includes phases of growth and devel…
interphase
the phase of a cell cycle in which a cell preparing to reprod…
16 terms
Life science Chapter 2
Cell
Stimulus
Homeostasis
Sexual Reproduction
A membrane covered structure that contains all the materials…
A change that affects the activity of an organism
The maintenance of a stable internal environment
when two parents create offspring
Cell
A membrane covered structure that contains all the materials…
Stimulus
A change that affects the activity of an organism
2 of 10