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ch 1 science

  • nonvascular -- a low growning plant that does not have tubes to carry materials
  • biosphere -- part of the Earth that can support living things
  • bacteria -- single-celled organism that don not have a necleus
  • vascular plant -- a plant that has tubes for carrying water and nutrients throughout the organism
  • species -- a group of very similar organisms whose members can mate with one another and produce offspring that are able to mate
  • fungi -- members of a kindom of mostly many-celled organisms, some of which break down other organisms; includes mushrooms, yeasts, and molds
  • adaptation -- a charachteristic that enables an organism to survive and reproduce in its enviroment
  • classification -- a grouping of things according to their similarites

ch 2 science

  • ribosome -- a structure in the endoplasmic reticulum that begins the process of making proteins
  • osmosis -- the diffusion of water across the cell membrane
  • mitosis -- the process in which a cell nucleus divides
  • end. reticulum -- a network of folded membranes that serves as the cell's transportation system
  • diffusion -- the movement of a substance from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration
  • DNA -- a material in a cell's nucleus that stores coded information about how an organism will grow and develop
  • organelles -- a structure that performs specific functions within a cell
  • mitochondria -- parts of cells that convert chemical energy of food into a form that the cell can use
  • chromosomes -- coiled structure in a cell nucleus that carries information controlling the cell's activities

ch 5

  • photosynthesis -- the process in which plants use energy from light to make glucose and release oxygen
  • phloem -- part of a plant's vascular system that carries sugars throughout the plant
  • transpiration -- the loss of water from leaf
  • tropism -- plant behavior caused by growth toward or away from something in the enviroment
  • xylem -- a layer of plant cells that moves water and minerals from the roots to other parts of the plant
  • guard cell -- one of a pair of cells that work together to open and close a leaf's stoma
  • cellular respir -- the process by which cells combine glucose with oxygen for the release of energy
  • empidermis -- the thin outer layer of plant cells through which water and minerals fom the soil enter the roots
  • stoma -- a small hole in the epidermis of a leaf through which water and gases pass in and out of the plant

chapter 3

  • meiosis -- sex cell form by division
  • genes -- sections of DNA that controls the substances the cell makes and when it makes them
  • sperm -- sex cell of the male parent
  • selective breed -- the process of selecting a few organisms with desired traits to serve as parents of offsprings
  • asexual -- production of offspring by a single parent
  • egg cells -- sex cells of the female parent
  • fertilization -- the joining of male and female cells in sexual reproduction
  • heredity -- the passing of traits from parents to their offspring
  • sexual -- reproduction aby two parents

chapter 4

  • neurons -- nerve cell that passes messages throughout the body
  • endocrine gland -- an organ that releases hormones directly into the blood
  • antibody -- chemicals produced by white blood cells that attack specific pathogens
  • gland -- an organ in the endocrine system that produces a chemical
  • pathogen -- an organism that causes disease
  • impulse -- a message that travels across a neuron and from one neuron to another
  • hormones -- a substance released by an endocrine glad that controls some of the body's functions

chapter 6

  • environment -- all the conditions that surround a living thing
  • ecosystem -- an area in which living things and nonliving parts of the environment interact
  • biome -- a large group of ecosystems with similar climates and organism
  • community -- a group of populaiton that interact with one another in a particular area
  • biotic factor -- a living organism in an ecosystem
  • population -- a group of indivivuals that belong to the same species and live in the same area
  • abiotic factor -- a nonliving part of an ecosystem

chapter 7

  • energy pyramid -- a model that shows the amount of energy available at each level of an ecosystem
  • parasite -- an organisms to survive
  • competition -- the struggle among organisms to survive in a habitat with limited resources
  • decomposer -- an organism that breaks down the chemicals from dead organisms and returns materials to the environment
  • competition -- the struggle among organisms to survive in a habitat with limited resources
  • symbiosis -- a close, long-term relationship between organisms that benefits at least one of the organisms
  • decomposer -- an organism that breaks down the chemicals from dead organisms and returns materials to the environment
  • succession -- a series of predictable changes that occur in an ecosystem over time
  • symbiosis -- a close, long-term relationship between organisms that benefits at least one of the organisms
  • energy pyramid -- a model that shows the amount of energy available at each level of an ecosystem
  • parasite -- an organisms to survive
  • energy pyramid -- a model that shows the amount of energy available at each level of an ecosystem
  • competition -- the struggle among organisms to survive in a habitat with limited resources
  • parasite -- an organisms to survive
  • host -- an organism tha is harmed in symbiosis
  • competition -- the struggle among organisms to survive in a habitat with limited resources
  • decomposer -- an organism that breaks down the chemicals from dead organisms and returns materials to the environment
  • symbiosis -- a close, long-term relationship between organisms that benefits at least one of the organisms
  • decomposer -- an organism that breaks down the chemicals from dead organisms and returns materials to the environment
  • energy pyramid -- a model that shows the amount of energy available at each level of an ecosystem
  • symbiosis -- a close, long-term relationship between organisms that benefits at least one of the organisms
  • parasite -- an organism that causes disease
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