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What effects a planets revolution?
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What effects a planets revolution?
distance from the sun
How does Ptolemy’s model of the universe compare with Aristotle’s model?
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How does Ptolemy’s model of the universe compare with Aristotle’s model?
Both models show that celestial objects have circular paths.
According to the model developed by Copernicus, what causes day and night on Earth?
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According to the model developed by Copernicus, what causes day and night on Earth?
Earth rotates on its axis.
Jayden knows that multicellular organisms are more complex than unicellular organisms. What is a characteristic of multicellular organisms?
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Jayden knows that multicellular organisms are more complex than unicellular organisms. What is a characteristic of multicellular organisms?
having specialized cells
Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts that are different. What would you find only in a eukaryotic cell?
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Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts that are different. What would you find only in a eukaryotic cell?
membrane-bound organelles and a nucleus
What kind of cells have their DNA in a nucleus?
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What kind of cells have their DNA in a nucleus?
Eukaryotic
What is the main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
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What is the main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
Eukaryotic cells contain DNA in a nucleus while prokaryotic cells do not.
What kingdom are ferns in?
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What kingdom are ferns in?
plantea
What kingdom is yeast in?
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What kingdom is yeast in?
Fungi
What kingdom is algae in?
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What kingdom is algae in?
Protista
What kingodm are insects in?
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What kingodm are insects in?
anamalia
Some living things are able to tolerate life in hot springs. To which of the following domains would these organisms most likely belong?
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Some living things are able to tolerate life in hot springs. To which of the following domains would these organisms most likely belong?
Archea
How do you know wolves and rabbits belong to the same kingdom?
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How do you know wolves and rabbits belong to the same kingdom?
they both have hair
What are some abiotic features of a pond ecosystem?
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What are some abiotic features of a pond ecosystem?
Water and gravel on the pond floor
What are some biotic features in a pond ecosystem?
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What are some biotic features in a pond ecosystem?
fish, grasses ,cranes
What is the difference between a cladogram and a dichotomous key?
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What is the difference between a cladogram and a dichotomous key?
A cladogram shows characteristics several organisms have in common and a dichotomous key is organized in sentences with pairs of characteristics
Which organisms on a cladogram a most closely related?
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Which organisms on a cladogram a most closely related?
Those right next to each other
How many characteristics can an organism that is third in a cladogram have in common with one that is fifth?
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How many characteristics can an organism that is third in a cladogram have in common with one that is fifth?
3
What is the first name ina scientific name?
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What is the first name ina scientific name?
genus
What is the second name in a scientific name?
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What is the second name in a scientific name?
species
What part of a plant cell makes food?
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What part of a plant cell makes food?
chloroplast
What part of the cell makes energy?
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What part of the cell makes energy?
mitochondria
What is the order of organization of living things?
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What is the order of organization of living things?
Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
What kingdom are we in?
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What kingdom are we in?
Anamalia
What is our scientific name?
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What is our scientific name?
Homo sapien
What is a humans class?
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What is a humans class?
mammalia




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