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Chapter 3- Plants & Animals
stimulus
classify
instinct
vertebrates
Something that causes a reaction in a living thing
To arrange or sort objects according to their properties or c…
A behavior that is inherited
Animals that have backbones
stimulus
Something that causes a reaction in a living thing
classify
To arrange or sort objects according to their properties or c…
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Chapter 3 Plants & Animals
classify
vertebrates
invertebrates
sepals
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals with backbones
no backbone
leaf-like parts that cover and protect the bud before it opens
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
vertebrates
animals with backbones
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Chapter 3: plants and animals
Germinate
Inherit
Classify
Chlorophy
To start to grow
To receive characteristics from an organism's parents
To arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
The substance in plants that makes their parts green and capt…
Germinate
To start to grow
Inherit
To receive characteristics from an organism's parents
Chapter 3 Plants and Animals
Classify
invertebrates
vertebrates
sepal
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals without backbones
animals with backbones
one of the leaf like parts of the flower that cover and prote…
Classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
invertebrates
animals without backbones
Chapter 3 Plants and Animals
fertilization
germinate
pollination
sepal
the process in which a sperm cell and an egg cell combine
to start to grow
the movement of pollen from stamen to pistil
covers and protects the flower bud
fertilization
the process in which a sperm cell and an egg cell combine
germinate
to start to grow
Plants and Animals (Chapter 3)
classify
vertebrates
invertebrates
germinate
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals with backbones
animals without backbones
to start to grow
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
vertebrates
animals with backbones
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Science Chapter 3 plants and animals
classify
vertebrates
invertebrates
adaptations
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals that have backbones
animals without backbones
a physical feature or behavior that helps an organism survive…
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
vertebrates
animals that have backbones
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Science-Chapter 3 Where Plants and Animals Live
environment
ecosystem
population
community
everything that surrounds a living thing
all the living things that interact with each other in a give…
all the living things are the same kind that live in the same…
all the populations that live together in the same place
environment
everything that surrounds a living thing
ecosystem
all the living things that interact with each other in a give…
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Plants and Animals - Chapter 3
What does it mean to classify?
Do all organisms in the same group hav…
What is a species?
What are the two ways plants are class…
To arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
The same
A group of similar organisms that can produce offspring that…
How they transport nutrients and how they reproduce
What does it mean to classify?
To arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
Do all organisms in the same group hav…
The same
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plants & animals chapter 3
What are 2 characteristics scientists…
What part of the plant makes pollen?
What part of the plant produces egg ce…
What part of the plant protects flower…
1. how they reproduce... 2. how they transport nutrients
stamen
pistil
sepals
What are 2 characteristics scientists…
1. how they reproduce... 2. how they transport nutrients
What part of the plant makes pollen?
stamen
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Chapter 3 Plants and Animals
vertebrates
classify
invertebrates
classify animals by thinking of ways t…
animals with backbones
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals without backbones
are similiar or different
vertebrates
animals with backbones
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
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Chapter 3: The Fungi, Plants and Animals
Mycelium
Hypha
Chitin
Dikaryotic
a branched mass of hyphae
a thin filament that makes up the body of a fungus
a complex chemical found in the cell walls of fungi and in th…
containing two separate nuclei
Mycelium
a branched mass of hyphae
Hypha
a thin filament that makes up the body of a fungus
Chapter 3 Where Plants and Animals Live
environment
ecosystem
community
population
everything that surrounds a living thing
all the living and nonliving things that interact with each o…
all the populations that live together in the same place
all the living things of the same kind that live in the same…
environment
everything that surrounds a living thing
ecosystem
all the living and nonliving things that interact with each o…
Roles for Plants and Animals (Chapter 3, Lesson 3)
carbon dioxide and oxygen cycles
predator
prey
scavenger
The process of passing oxygen and carbon dioxide from one pop…
An animal that hunts for food.
The animals that predators eat.
An animal that gets its food by eating dead organisms.
carbon dioxide and oxygen cycles
The process of passing oxygen and carbon dioxide from one pop…
predator
An animal that hunts for food.
Pearson Science Chapter 3 Plants and Animals
sepal
vertebrates
classify
invertebrates
Leaf-like structures that surround base of flower and protect…
Animals that have backbones
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
Animals that lack a backbone
sepal
Leaf-like structures that surround base of flower and protect…
vertebrates
Animals that have backbones
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Science Chapter 3 Vocabulary- Plants and Animals
classify
vertebrates
invertebrates
adaption
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals that have backbones
animals without backbones
a physical feature or behavior that helps an organism survive…
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
vertebrates
animals that have backbones
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Science Chapter 3 Vocabulary- Plants and Animals
classify
vertebrates
invertebrates
adaption
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals that have backbones
animals without backbones
a physical feature or behavior that helps an organism survive…
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
vertebrates
animals that have backbones
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Plants and Animals (chapter 3)
What are two things a large animal nee…
How does a corn plant get energy or fo…
How can a vole get energy or food?
How can a coyote get energy or food?
more space and food
uses sunlight, air and water to MAKE its own food
it eats corn
it eats the vole
What are two things a large animal nee…
more space and food
How does a corn plant get energy or fo…
uses sunlight, air and water to MAKE its own food
Science-Chapter 3 Where Plants and Animals Live
environment
ecosystem
population
community
everything that surrounds a living thing
all the living things that interact with each other in a give…
all the living things are the same kind that live in the same…
all the populations that live together in the same place
environment
everything that surrounds a living thing
ecosystem
all the living things that interact with each other in a give…
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Science--Chapter 3 Plants & Animals
classify
vertebrates
invertebrates
sepals
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals with backbones
no backbone
leaf-like parts that cover and protect the bud before it opens
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
vertebrates
animals with backbones
Chapter 3 Where Plants and Animals Live vocab.
Environment
Ecosystem
Community
Population
Everything that surrounds a living thing.
All the living and nonliving things that interact with each o…
All the populations that live together in the same place
All the living things of the same kind that live in the same…
Environment
Everything that surrounds a living thing.
Ecosystem
All the living and nonliving things that interact with each o…
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Chapter 3 - Where Plants and Animals Live
environment
ecosystem
population
community
everything that surrounds a living thing
all living things and nonliving things that live in the same…
all the living things of the same kind that live in the same…
all the populations that live together in the same place
environment
everything that surrounds a living thing
ecosystem
all living things and nonliving things that live in the same…
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Science Chapter 3: Where plants and animals live
environment
prey
population
desert
everything that surrounds a living thing
an animal that is hunted by others for food
all the living things of the same kind that live in the same…
an ecosystem that gets less than 25 cm of rainfall a year
environment
everything that surrounds a living thing
prey
an animal that is hunted by others for food
McGraw Hill- Chapter 3 (Roles for Plants & Animals)
Ecosystem
community
population
habitat
all living and non living things- can be big or small
ALL the things in an ecosystem
members of a single type of organism
living things home
Ecosystem
all living and non living things- can be big or small
community
ALL the things in an ecosystem
Chapter 3 - How Plants and Animals Live
camouflage
antennae
root
stem
A color or shape that makes an animal or plant hard to see
Feelers that help some animals know what is around them.
Part of the plant that holds the plant in place and takes in…
The part of a plant that carries water to the leaves
camouflage
A color or shape that makes an animal or plant hard to see
antennae
Feelers that help some animals know what is around them.
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Science-Chapter 3 Where Plants and Animals Live
environment
ecosystem
population
community
everything that surrounds a living thing
all the living things that interact with each other in a give…
all the living things are the same kind that live in the same…
all the populations that live together in the same place
environment
everything that surrounds a living thing
ecosystem
all the living things that interact with each other in a give…
Chapter 3: The Fungi, Plants, and Animals
mycelium
hypha
chitin
dikaryotic
a branched mass of hyphae
a thin filament that makes up the body of a fungus
a complex chemical found in the cell walls of fungi and in th…
containing 2 separate nuclei
mycelium
a branched mass of hyphae
hypha
a thin filament that makes up the body of a fungus
Life Science Chapter 3 How Plants and Animals Live Together Vocabulary
predator
prey
consumer
food chain
An animal that catches and eats another animal.
An animal that is caught and eaten.
This animal cannot make its own food. It gets it's food from…
The order that animals feed on other plants and animals.
predator
An animal that catches and eats another animal.
prey
An animal that is caught and eaten.
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Science Chapter 3 - Where Plants and Animals Live
ecosystem
population
deciduous forest
coniferous forest
all the living and nonliving things that interact with each o…
all the living things of the same kind that live int he same…
this ecosystem has trees that lose their leaves in the fall
this ecosystem has trees that do not lose their leaves in the…
ecosystem
all the living and nonliving things that interact with each o…
population
all the living things of the same kind that live int he same…
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Science Chapter 3 Plants and Animals
classify
vertebrates
what are the 5 groups of vertebrates
invbertebrates
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals with backbones
fish, reptiles, mammals, amphibians and birds
animals without backbones
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
vertebrates
animals with backbones
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Grade 4 Science Chapter 3 Plants and Animals
classify
genus
species
common characteristics
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
a group of closely related living things
a group of similar organisms that can mate and produce offspr…
all organisms in the same group have some
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
genus
a group of closely related living things
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Chapter 3: Where Plants and Animals Live
environment
ecosystem
desert
grassland
everything that surrounds a living thing
all the living and non-living things that interact with each…
an ecosystem that gets less than 25 cm of rainfall a year
land ecosystem that has many grasses and few trees
environment
everything that surrounds a living thing
ecosystem
all the living and non-living things that interact with each…
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Pearson Science Chapter 3 Plants and Animals
Leaf-like structures that surround bas…
Animals that have backbones
to arrange or sort objects or living t…
Animals that lack a backbone
sepal
vertebrates
classify
invertebrates
Leaf-like structures that surround bas…
sepal
Animals that have backbones
vertebrates
Life Science Chapter 3 How Plants and Animals Live Together Vocabulary
predator
prey
consumer
food chain
An animal that catches and eats another animal.
An animal that is caught and eaten.
This animal cannot make its own food. It gets it's food from…
The order that animals feed on other plants and animals.
predator
An animal that catches and eats another animal.
prey
An animal that is caught and eaten.
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Pearson Science Chapter 3 Plants and Animals
sepal
vertebrates
classify
invertebrates
Leaf-like structures that surround base of flower and protect…
Animals that have backbones
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
Animals that lack a backbone
sepal
Leaf-like structures that surround base of flower and protect…
vertebrates
Animals that have backbones
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Grade 4 Envision Science Chapter 3 Plants and animals
classify
vertebrates
invertebrates
reproduce
arrange (a group of people or things) in classes or categorie…
animals with backbones
Animals without backbones
The production of offspring.
classify
arrange (a group of people or things) in classes or categorie…
vertebrates
animals with backbones
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Chapter 3b: Types of Plants and Animals
Amphibian
Reptile
Mammal
Bird
Both Lungs and Gills, Eggs, Smooth Slimy Skin, Cold Blooded
Lungs, Scales, Eggs, Cold Blooded
Lungs, Hair, Live Birth, Warm Blooded, Milk to young
Lungs, Feathers, Eggs, Warm Blooded
Amphibian
Both Lungs and Gills, Eggs, Smooth Slimy Skin, Cold Blooded
Reptile
Lungs, Scales, Eggs, Cold Blooded
Science Chapter 3: Plants and Animals Vocabulary
Amphibian
Reptile
Mammal
Bird
An animal that lives one part of its life in water and part o…
Animal with dry skin and scales. Some hatch from eggs. Exampl…
Usually have hair on their bodies. Young get mild from their…
They have wings and feathers. They hatch from eggs that have…
Amphibian
An animal that lives one part of its life in water and part o…
Reptile
Animal with dry skin and scales. Some hatch from eggs. Exampl…
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Chapter 3 - All About Plants and Animals
producer
consumer
predator
prey
a living thing that makes its own food
a living thing that cannot make food, but it eats food
an animals that hunts another animal for food
an animal that is hunted for food
producer
a living thing that makes its own food
consumer
a living thing that cannot make food, but it eats food
Biology.chapter3.Plant/Animal
Animal Cells ... (Not found in Bacterial…
Plant Cells... (Not found in Animal or Ba…
Bacterial Cells... (Not found in Animal o…
Animal and Plant... (Not found in Bacteri…
Lysosomes... Centrioles
Cell Wall (Cellulose)... Central Vacuole... Chloroplast
Prokaryotes... Cell Wall (Peptidogylcan)
ER... Eukarytoes... Nucleus... Golgi Apparatus... Mitochondria
Animal Cells ... (Not found in Bacterial…
Lysosomes... Centrioles
Plant Cells... (Not found in Animal or Ba…
Cell Wall (Cellulose)... Central Vacuole... Chloroplast
Chapter 3 Vocabulary How Plants and Animals Live Together
producer
consumer
food chain
Predator
A living things that makes its own food. An example is tree o…
A living thing that cannot make food, but it eats food. All a…
Plants use sunlight, air and water to make food. Animals eat…
an animal that hunts (catches and eats) another animal for fo…
producer
A living things that makes its own food. An example is tree o…
consumer
A living thing that cannot make food, but it eats food. All a…
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Chapter 3 plant-animal cells
Mitochondria
Cell membrane
Centrioles
Lysosome
bean-shaped organelle that supplies energy to the cell
forms a boundary between a cell and the surrounding environme…
small cylinder-shaped organelle made of protein tubes arrange…
organelle that contains enzymes to break down damaged or worn…
Mitochondria
bean-shaped organelle that supplies energy to the cell
Cell membrane
forms a boundary between a cell and the surrounding environme…
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Chapter 3 lesson 3 Roles for Plants & Animals
Carbon dioxide and oxygen cycles
Carbon dioxide and oxygen cycles
Predators
Examples of predators
The trading of these two gases
Animals and plants take part in this
Animals that hunt for food
Owls, coyotes, wolves
Carbon dioxide and oxygen cycles
The trading of these two gases
Carbon dioxide and oxygen cycles
Animals and plants take part in this
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S4 Chapter 3 Review - "Plants and Animals"
Classify
invertebrates
vertebrates
sepal
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals without backbones
animals with backbones
one of the leaf like parts of the flower that cover and prote…
Classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
invertebrates
animals without backbones
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4th grade science chapter 3 Plants and Animals
Classify
genus and species
genus
species
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
the smallest two groups for classifying
a group of closely related living things
a group of similar organisms that can mate and produce offspr…
Classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
genus and species
the smallest two groups for classifying
Chapter 3- Plant vs Animal Cells
Nucleus
Chloroplast
Mitochondria
Lysosome
Contains the cells genetic information in the form of DNA
gathers energy from the sun and uses it to make sugers
produces energy in the form of ATP - The Power House
contains digestive enzymes and helps breaks down old cells
Nucleus
Contains the cells genetic information in the form of DNA
Chloroplast
gathers energy from the sun and uses it to make sugers
Chapter 3: How Do Plants and Animals Live in their Environment?
Population
Community
Food chain
Producer
all the living things of the same kind that live in an enviro…
all the living things in an environment
a path by which energy is passed from one living thing to ano…
a living thing that makes its own food
Population
all the living things of the same kind that live in an enviro…
Community
all the living things in an environment
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Biology/Chapter 3 (plant n animal cells)
Developed 1st microscope
Named the cell
Named the nucleus
All animals are composed of cells
Anton Van Leuwenhook
Robert Hook
Robert Brown
Schwann said
Developed 1st microscope
Anton Van Leuwenhook
Named the cell
Robert Hook
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photos for BIOLOGY 11: UNIT 1, CHAPTER 3, The Fungi, Plants, and Animals
mycellium
hypha
chitin
dikaryotic
a branch mass of hyphae
a thin filament that makes up the body of a fungus
a complex chemical found in the cell walls of fungi and in th…
containing two separate nuclei
mycellium
a branch mass of hyphae
hypha
a thin filament that makes up the body of a fungus
Grade 4 Science - Pearson Science Chapter 3: Plants and Animals
sepal
vertebrates
classify
invertebrates
Leaf-like structures that surround base of flower and protect…
Animals that have backbones
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
Animals that lack a backbone
sepal
Leaf-like structures that surround base of flower and protect…
vertebrates
Animals that have backbones
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