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Maintaining a constant body temperature is called.....
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Maintaining a constant body temperature is called.....
endocytosis
What are ways homeostasis effects living organisms behavior?
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What are ways homeostasis effects living organisms behavior?
hibernating, migrating
What is the process of cell division called?
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What is the process of cell division called?
Mitosis
What is used to break down glucose in cellular respiration?
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What is used to break down glucose in cellular respiration?
oxygen
How is photosynthesis helped by cellular respiration?
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How is photosynthesis helped by cellular respiration?
produces carbon dioxide
What is the major difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells?
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What is the major difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells?
Eukaryotic cells have membrane bound organelles
What part do plant cells have that animal cells do not?
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What part do plant cells have that animal cells do not?
cell wall, large central vacuole, chloroplast
All organic compounds have....
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All organic compounds have....
carbon and hydrogen (any other elements are unique to that compound)
Name types of humane body cells...
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Name types of humane body cells...
red blood cell, bone cell, neurons, white blood cell, muscle cells....
Animals that make their own food are....
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Animals that make their own food are....
autotrophs, producers
Several organs together make up an....
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Several organs together make up an....
organ system
One part of an organ system is a ....
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One part of an organ system is a ....
organ
What are the levels of organization from most to least simple?
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What are the levels of organization from most to least simple?
cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism
uses the energy of sunlight to produce glucose during photosynthesis
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uses the energy of sunlight to produce glucose during photosynthesis
chloroplast
provides strength and shape to the cell; network of protein fibers
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provides strength and shape to the cell; network of protein fibers
cytoskeloton
All cells have....
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All cells have....
cell membranes, genetic material
What produces energy for the cell?
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What produces energy for the cell?
Mitochondria
surrounds the internal cell parts; controls the passage of materials in and out
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surrounds the internal cell parts; controls the passage of materials in and out
cell membrane
vesicle that contains substances that break down materials
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vesicle that contains substances that break down materials
lysosome
provides rigid structure and protection; made of cellulose
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provides rigid structure and protection; made of cellulose
cell wall
ER; passageways that transport proteins within the cell
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ER; passageways that transport proteins within the cell
endoplasmic reticulum
vesicle that provides storage of water and other materials; if full, provide support
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vesicle that provides storage of water and other materials; if full, provide support
vacuole
packages and transports proteins from the ER to other parts of the cell
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packages and transports proteins from the ER to other parts of the cell
golgi bodies
everything inside of the cell membrane except for the nucleus; jelly material
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everything inside of the cell membrane except for the nucleus; jelly material
cytoplasm
composed of protein and RNA; involved in ribosome production
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composed of protein and RNA; involved in ribosome production
nucleolus
where proteins are made in the cells; the dots
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where proteins are made in the cells; the dots
ribosomes




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