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What is the basic structural unit of all living things?
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What is the basic structural unit of all living things?
cells
What is the gel-like substance that holds the organelles in place?
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What is the gel-like substance that holds the organelles in place?
Cytoplasm
What cell organelle is considered the brain?
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What cell organelle is considered the brain?
Nucleus
The job of the cell-membrane is to?
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The job of the cell-membrane is to?
Control what enters and exits the cell.
What do plant cells have that animal cells do not?
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What do plant cells have that animal cells do not?
Chloroplasts, Chlorophyll, and a cell wall
What is the most well known type of fungus?
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What is the most well known type of fungus?
Mushroom
How many Kingdoms are there?
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How many Kingdoms are there?
5
What two major characteristics is the animal kingdom split into?
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What two major characteristics is the animal kingdom split into?
Vertebrates & Invertebrates
What kingdom includes bacteria?
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What kingdom includes bacteria?
Monera
What are the names of the 5 Kingdoms?
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What are the names of the 5 Kingdoms?
Fungi, Monera, Animal, Plant, Protista
Animals with a backbones are called?
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Animals with a backbones are called?
Vetebrates
Animals that do not have a backbone are called?
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Animals that do not have a backbone are called?
Invertebrates
A jellyfish is classified as what?
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A jellyfish is classified as what?
Invertebrate
Insects are classified as which of the following; invertebrates or vertebrates?
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Insects are classified as which of the following; invertebrates or vertebrates?
Invertebrates
True or False: All animals that live on land have backbones?
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True or False: All animals that live on land have backbones?
False
What are liverworts classified as?
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What are liverworts classified as?
NonVascular Plants
Plants that have tubes and roots are classified as?
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Plants that have tubes and roots are classified as?
Vascular
What type of plant is moss?
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What type of plant is moss?
Nonvascular
Water moves up through a tube called what?
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Water moves up through a tube called what?
Xylem
What carries food from the leaves to other parts of the plant?
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What carries food from the leaves to other parts of the plant?
Phloem
Cells, cells, they're made of...
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Cells, cells, they're made of...
Organelles
What is the job of the Chloroplasts in the plant cell?
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What is the job of the Chloroplasts in the plant cell?
They hold Chlorophyll for making food
What prehistoric animals are know for having backbones?
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What prehistoric animals are know for having backbones?
Dinosaurs
What type of plant is classified as not having roots, stems, or leaves?
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What type of plant is classified as not having roots, stems, or leaves?
Nonvascular Plants
An organism that produces spores and has a cell walls, but does not have chlorophyll, belongs to which kingdom of living things?
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An organism that produces spores and has a cell walls, but does not have chlorophyll, belongs to which kingdom of living things?
Fungi

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