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Science vocabulary Structures of Plants and Animals
Carbon dioxide
Respiration
Root hairs
Water
Animals breathe out _________, which plants need to survive.
What is the process during which the cells break apart the su…
Water and dissolved minerals from the soil enter the plant th…
Plants are made up of 75-90 percent _________.
Carbon dioxide
Animals breathe out _________, which plants need to survive.
Respiration
What is the process during which the cells break apart the su…
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The World of Plants - Unit 1
Respiration
Taxonomy
Zoology
Botany
Exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide done by living things
Method of classification
The study of animals
The study of plants
Respiration
Exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide done by living things
Taxonomy
Method of classification
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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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Plant and Animal Cells
cytoplasm
golgi bodies
mitochondria
plant cell membrane
jelly like, between cell membrane and the nuclear envelope
organelles that package cellular materials like protein and t…
Bean shaped, ATP is produced here ( a high energy compound).,…
Located just inside the cell wall: Controls what goes in and…
cytoplasm
jelly like, between cell membrane and the nuclear envelope
golgi bodies
organelles that package cellular materials like protein and t…
18 terms
Branches of Science 2016
biology
botany
zoology
cytology
the science that studies living organisms
the branch of biology that studies plants
the branch of biology that studies animals
Study of Cells
biology
the science that studies living organisms
botany
the branch of biology that studies plants
30 terms
Anatomy of Animals
Skeletal Muscle
Anatomy
Gross Anatomy
Physiology
Voluntary control - creates movement when contracted
Study of the form, shape and appearance of an animal
features that can be seen with the naked eye
The study of the functions of the cells, tissues, organs and…
Skeletal Muscle
Voluntary control - creates movement when contracted
Anatomy
Study of the form, shape and appearance of an animal
4th Science Unit 11 Plants and Animals
fertilization
germination
maturity
pollination
the joining together of a sperm and an egg cell
the sprouting of a seed
the stage at which organisms can reproduce
the transfer of pollen from a male plant part to a female pla…
fertilization
the joining together of a sperm and an egg cell
germination
the sprouting of a seed
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Animal and Plant Cell Organelles
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Cytosol
Nucleus
a thin barrier around the outside of the cell that supports t…
all the cytosol and the organelles within a cell. (Everything…
a jelly-like substance within the cell surrounding, supportin…
the control center of the cell that holds and protects the DN…
Cell Membrane
a thin barrier around the outside of the cell that supports t…
Cytoplasm
all the cytosol and the organelles within a cell. (Everything…
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Animal Anatomy, Physiology, and Nutrition
nutrition
scurvy
anorexia
ration
the process whereby all body parts receive materials needed f…
vitamin c deficiency disease
the result of too little nutrition
the amount of feed fed in one day
nutrition
the process whereby all body parts receive materials needed f…
scurvy
vitamin c deficiency disease
Branches of Science
biology
botany
zoology
cytology
the science that studies living organisms
the branch of biology that studies plants
the branch of biology that studies animals
Study of Cells
biology
the science that studies living organisms
botany
the branch of biology that studies plants
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Science Fusion Unit 3 Lesson 1 Plants and Animals
Root
Stem
Leaf
Photosynthesis
usually underground and absorb water and minerals from soil.
are structures that have tubes to carry water, sugar and mine…
are plant parts that use sunlight to produce sugar for the pl…
plants use energy from the sun to change carbon dioxide and w…
Root
usually underground and absorb water and minerals from soil.
Stem
are structures that have tubes to carry water, sugar and mine…
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Ch 1 Classification of Plants and Animals
chlorophyll
cambium
cell
organism
a green pigment found in the chloroplasts of plants and algae
vascular tissue that produces xylem and phloem cells as a pla…
the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms
..., a living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to…
chlorophyll
a green pigment found in the chloroplasts of plants and algae
cambium
vascular tissue that produces xylem and phloem cells as a pla…
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Animal and Plant Cells
cytoplasm
nucleus
ribosomes
mitochondria
A gel like substance containing chemicals needed by the cell.…
Where DNA is stored. DNA controls what living things will be…
Protein builders of the cell. Animals and plant cells have th…
Use oxygen to break down food and release energy. Animal and…
cytoplasm
A gel like substance containing chemicals needed by the cell.…
nucleus
Where DNA is stored. DNA controls what living things will be…
Chapter 10: Structure and Function of Plants
Structure
Function
Eukaryote
Autotroph
How something is made, what it is made of, its shape. Structu…
What something does, its job. For example, the function of ch…
An organism WITH a nucleus
"Auto-" self + "-troph" feeding. An organism that can feed it…
Structure
How something is made, what it is made of, its shape. Structu…
Function
What something does, its job. For example, the function of ch…
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Branches of Science
Anatomy
Physiology
Botany
Zoology
the study of the structure of organisms and their parts
the normal functions of living organisms and their parts
deals with plant life
the behavior, structure, physiology, classification, and dist…
Anatomy
the study of the structure of organisms and their parts
Physiology
the normal functions of living organisms and their parts
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Branches of Science
biology
botany
zoology
cytology
the science that studies living organisms
the branch of biology that studies plants
the branch of biology that studies animals
Study of Cells
biology
the science that studies living organisms
botany
the branch of biology that studies plants
23 terms
The Digestive System - Chapter 22 - Workbook - Exercise 34 Digestive System Structure and Function F. Histology of the Digestive System
stratified squamous epithelium
lamina propria
circular layer of smooth muscle fibers
longitudinal layer of smooth muscle fi…
What is 1?
What is 2?
What is 3?
What is 4?
stratified squamous epithelium
What is 1?
lamina propria
What is 2?
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Animal Cells Parts and Functions
nucleus
cell membrane
ribosome
nucleolus
control center, directs the cell's activities,brain of the cell
controls what enters and leaves the cell, gate to cell
makes proteins for cell function
where the ribosomes are made and holds DNA
nucleus
control center, directs the cell's activities,brain of the cell
cell membrane
controls what enters and leaves the cell, gate to cell
12 terms
Animal Cell Structures
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Rough endoplasmic Reticulum
smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Semi permeable barrier for the cell - it separates cell from…
The skeleton of the cell providing a place for chemical react…
Transport and production of proteins
transport of lipid molecule
Cell membrane
Semi permeable barrier for the cell - it separates cell from…
Cytoplasm
The skeleton of the cell providing a place for chemical react…
Lecture one part two: Plant anatomy (Plant cell)
plant anatomy
Who was Robert Hooke?
Why are cells called cells?
What are the 5 statements discussed in…
• Anatomy is the branch which deals with study of gross inter…
Robert Hooke was the British scientist that described the cel…
Hooke examined a thin slice of three cork with a microscope a…
1. The cell as the basic unit of life. ... 2. All organisms are…
plant anatomy
• Anatomy is the branch which deals with study of gross inter…
Who was Robert Hooke?
Robert Hooke was the British scientist that described the cel…
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cell structure
nucleus
nucleolus
genetic material
rough endoplasmic reticulum
control center of cell; contains genetic material
produces ribosomes
instructions for protein production
pathway through the cell where proteins are produced
nucleus
control center of cell; contains genetic material
nucleolus
produces ribosomes
15 terms
Life Science Review: Plant Cells and Animal Cells
cells
magnifying glass
microscope
plant cells
basic building blocks of life
small, hand held tool that allows you to enlarge objects
a tool that allows you to see very small objects like cells
basic building block of all plants
cells
basic building blocks of life
magnifying glass
small, hand held tool that allows you to enlarge objects
Animals and Plants in Their Environment
organism
food chain
photosynthesis
vertebrates
a living thing
a series of organisms that depend on one another for food
a process plants use to turn sunlight into food
animals that have a backbone, i.e. humans, cats, and skunks
organism
a living thing
food chain
a series of organisms that depend on one another for food
Science plants and animals
structure
root
stem
leaf
a part of an organism
structure that takes in water and nutrients and holds a plant…
structure that holds a plant up and helps leaves reach sunlig…
structure where a plant makes food
structure
a part of an organism
root
structure that takes in water and nutrients and holds a plant…
Animals and Plants in Their Environment
organism
food chain
photosynthesis
vertebrates
a living thing
a series of organisms that depend on one another for food
a process plants use to turn sunlight into food
animals that have a backbone, i.e. humans, cats, and skunks
organism
a living thing
food chain
a series of organisms that depend on one another for food
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Structure Function of Plants and Animals: Genetics
vascular plants
nonvascular plants
angiosperms
gymnosperms
conduct food and water thru their structure, produce seeds
lack special tissue for conducting water and food (moss)
plants that produce flowers as reproductive organs
produce seeds without flowers
vascular plants
conduct food and water thru their structure, produce seeds
nonvascular plants
lack special tissue for conducting water and food (moss)
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Label Animal & Plant Cells
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Mitochondrion
Nucleus
Holds a cell together and separates it from it's surroundings
Contains chemicals that helps the cell stay healthy
Releases energy from nutrients
Directs a cell's activities
Cell Membrane
Holds a cell together and separates it from it's surroundings
Cytoplasm
Contains chemicals that helps the cell stay healthy
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Plants vs Animals
anther
flower
fruit
leaf
The part of the stamen where pollen is produced.
The reproductive structure of a plant.
the sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that co…
food making part of the plant
anther
The part of the stamen where pollen is produced.
flower
The reproductive structure of a plant.
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 1
Biology
Anatomy
Physiology
Gross Anatomy
study of all forms of life
studies the shape and structure of an organism's body and rel…
studies the function of each body part
study of large and easily observable structures
Biology
study of all forms of life
Anatomy
studies the shape and structure of an organism's body and rel…
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Plants Science CASE Unit #1/#2
Aesthetic
Arboriculture
Cereal
Fiber crop
Pertaining to beauty
The cultivation of trees or shrubs.
any grain like barley, oats, or wheat that is grown for food
grown for the tiny threadlike structures used in clothing and…
Aesthetic
Pertaining to beauty
Arboriculture
The cultivation of trees or shrubs.
Structure of plants and animals word bank
function
structure
bud
pigment
a specific task
the way in which different parts of something have been put t…
a small part on the stem of a plant that can grow into a flow…
a coloured substance
function
a specific task
structure
the way in which different parts of something have been put t…
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Adaptations: Plants and Animals
Adaptation
Tendril
Hibernate
Describe how a heron use its beak to g…
A body part or activity that helps a living thing survive....
A thing coiled structure that helps a plant climb....
Animal that sleeps during the winter....
A heron spears a fish with its long, pointed beak.
Adaptation
A body part or activity that helps a living thing survive....
Tendril
A thing coiled structure that helps a plant climb....
Unit 3 - Chapter 7 Cell Structure and Function
Cell Theory
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Ribosome
1. All living things are made up of one or more cells. ... 2. Ce…
Covers surface of the cell; acts as a barrier between the ins…
Fluid filled region inside a cell
Site of protein synthesis in a cell
Cell Theory
1. All living things are made up of one or more cells. ... 2. Ce…
Cell Membrane
Covers surface of the cell; acts as a barrier between the ins…
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Parts of The Cell
CELL MEMBRANE
MITOCHONDRIA
GOLGI BODIES
CELL WALL
GATE KEEPER; CONTROLS ENTRY INTO AND OUT OF CELL. ALSO CALLED…
POWERHOUSE OF THE CELL; SITE OF CELLULAR RESPIRATION
PACKAGES PROTEINS FOR CELL USE, ALSO CALLED GOLGI APPARATUS A…
SHAPES AND SUPPORTS A PLANT CELL
CELL MEMBRANE
GATE KEEPER; CONTROLS ENTRY INTO AND OUT OF CELL. ALSO CALLED…
MITOCHONDRIA
POWERHOUSE OF THE CELL; SITE OF CELLULAR RESPIRATION
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Science
Zoology
Microbiology
Organisms
Botany
the study of animals and how they live
the study of organisms too SMALL to see without a microscope
living things
the study of plants
Zoology
the study of animals and how they live
Microbiology
the study of organisms too SMALL to see without a microscope
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Plants
seeds
producers
photosynthesis
pollen
embryo of a living plant that is encased in a protective cove…
Organisms that produce their own food
process by which plants use the sun's energy to convert water…
a fine dust that contains the sperm of seed-producing plants
seeds
embryo of a living plant that is encased in a protective cove…
producers
Organisms that produce their own food
TCI Unit 1: Plant and Animal Structures-Lesson 1 & 2
chlorophyll
leaf
photosynthesis
root
A green substance found in leaves and some other structures t…
A plant structure where food is usually made.
The process in which plants use energy from light to make food.
A plant structure that grows into the soil to support the pla…
chlorophyll
A green substance found in leaves and some other structures t…
leaf
A plant structure where food is usually made.
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Science Topic A Plant Structure and Function
make seeds
pollination
animal waste, wind, water, and humans
by wind
The main purpose of a plant's flower is to
What must happen before a flowering plant can produce seeds?
What are the ways seeds can be dispersed? (dispersed means sp…
How are a dandelion seed an a maple tree seed most likely dis…
make seeds
The main purpose of a plant's flower is to
pollination
What must happen before a flowering plant can produce seeds?
Fields dealing with animals
Comparative anatomy
Entomology
Ethology
Herpetology
The scientific study of the similarities and differences in t…
Insects
Animal behavior
Reptiles and amphibians
Comparative anatomy
The scientific study of the similarities and differences in t…
Entomology
Insects
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TCI Grade 4: Plant and Animal Structures
chlorophyll
leaf
photosynthesis
root
A green substance found in leaves and some other structures t…
A plant structure where food is usually made.
The process in which plants use energy from light to make food.
A plant structure that grows into the soil to support the pla…
chlorophyll
A green substance found in leaves and some other structures t…
leaf
A plant structure where food is usually made.
26 terms
animals and plants
adaptation
amphibians
arthropods
camouflage
a physical feature or behavior that helps an organism survive…
cold-blooded vertebrates that have smooth, moist skin and hat…
an animal that has a hard covering outside its body
blend in with the surroundings or environment
adaptation
a physical feature or behavior that helps an organism survive…
amphibians
cold-blooded vertebrates that have smooth, moist skin and hat…
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Cell Structure and Function
Nucleus
Flagella
Nucleolus
Nuclear envelope
Directs the cell's activities; contains the hereditary materi…
Whip-like appendage that protrudes from the cell body of cert…
Small, dense region inside the nucleus; produces ribosomes
Membrane surrounding the nucleus; provides support and contro…
Nucleus
Directs the cell's activities; contains the hereditary materi…
Flagella
Whip-like appendage that protrudes from the cell body of cert…
42 terms
Anatomy and Physiology
Endocrine
Respiratory
Muscular
Integument
main system that secretes regulating hormones
exchange of gases between the atmosphere and the blood
maintains posture, movement and generates most body heat. mov…
provides an outer covering of the body
Endocrine
main system that secretes regulating hormones
Respiratory
exchange of gases between the atmosphere and the blood
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Grade 4: Unit 1 Animals and Plants in their Environment
prey
predator
organism
mimicry
An organism that is killed and eaten by another organism
An animal that hunts other animals for food
Any living thing
Ability of an animal to look like another more harmful animal
prey
An organism that is killed and eaten by another organism
predator
An animal that hunts other animals for food
31 terms
Recognizing the Importance of Plant and Soil Science
Agronomy
Cereal grain
Fibers
Fiber crops
Specialized area of plant science that deals with field crops…
The seed of grass-type plants grown for food and animal feed.
tiny threadlike structures used in manufacturing cloth, paper…
Plants grown for the fiber produced in their fruit, leaves, o…
Agronomy
Specialized area of plant science that deals with field crops…
Cereal grain
The seed of grass-type plants grown for food and animal feed.
Plants and Animals Science
Structure
Root
Stem
Stem
A part of an organism
Structure that takes in water and nutrients and holds a plant…
Structure that holds a plant up and helps leaves reach sunlig…
What carries water and nutrients throughout the plant?
Structure
A part of an organism
Root
Structure that takes in water and nutrients and holds a plant…
14 terms
Life Cycle of Plants
pollination
pollen
flower
pistil
The transfer of pollen from male reproductive structures to f…
A fine dust that contains the sperm of seed-producing plants
The reproductive structure of an angiosperm
The female reproductive part of a flower, made up of the stig…
pollination
The transfer of pollen from male reproductive structures to f…
pollen
A fine dust that contains the sperm of seed-producing plants
25 terms
Branches of Science 8th grade
Histology
Horticulture
Morphology
Paleontology
the science of tissues and microscopic anatomy
The practice of growing fruits and vegetables in a garden
the general study of structure and form
that which deals with organisms of past ages which are known…
Histology
the science of tissues and microscopic anatomy
Horticulture
The practice of growing fruits and vegetables in a garden
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Cells Structure and Function
Cytoplasm
Lysosome
Mitochondria
Centriole
Jelly-like substance within the plasma membrane. It helps bre…
Sac filled with digestive chemicals
Structures that converts nutrients to energy
Structure that organizes motion of choromosomes
Cytoplasm
Jelly-like substance within the plasma membrane. It helps bre…
Lysosome
Sac filled with digestive chemicals
14 terms
Parts of the Cell
Cytoplasm
Cell Membrane
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Ribosomes
A jelly-like fluid inside the cell in which the organelles ar…
In BOTH types of cells. Controls what goes in and out of the…
Transports proteins inside the cell and to other parts of the…
Makes proteins
Cytoplasm
A jelly-like fluid inside the cell in which the organelles ar…
Cell Membrane
In BOTH types of cells. Controls what goes in and out of the…
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