Presentation on theme: "A:B: A cellular organization Using energy #1 Which of the following is not a characteristic that all living things share? C:D: movementreproduction."— Presentation transcript:
A:B: A cellular organization Using energy #1 Which of the following is not a characteristic that all living things share? C:D: movementreproduction
A:B: A responseA stimulus #2 A change in an organisms surroundings that causes it to react is called C:D: energydevelopment
B. A Stimulus
A:B: wateroxygen #3 Which of the following do all living things need to survive? C:D: sunlightCarbon dioxide
A:B: Maintain stable internal conditions Compete for living space #4 Homeostasis refers to an organisms ability to C:D: Dissolve chemicalsObtain energy
A. Maintain stable internal conditions
A:B: Species gradually change over time. Living things do not arise from nonliving material. #5 The specimens of Redi and Pasteur helped to determine that C:D: Organisms can be placed in groups based on their similarities. The chemicals of life could have arisen on early Earth.
B. Living things do not arise from nonliving material.
A:B: reproductionA response #6 A plant grows toward the light. The plants action is an example of C:D: A stimulusdevelopment
B. A response
A:B: Exhibit binomial nomenclature Are produced by living things #7 Spontaneous generation is a mistaken Idea because living things C:D: Do not reproduce Maintain homeostasis
B. Are produced only by living things
A:B: watersun The source of energy for most autotrophs is C:D: heterotrophsOther autotrophs
B. The sun
A:B: XY #9 The horizontal axis's is always the C:D: The unlabeled one Whichever one you want it to be.
A:B: 146 The coordinates for a point on a graph are (6, 8). Which number is found on the Y axis's C:D: 82 #10
A:B: paragraphLine graph #11 Observations and measurements are recorded in an orderly way in a C:D: Bar graphData table
D. Data Table
A:B: YIt doesnt matter #12 In a bar graph the manipulating or independent variable is always plotted on the C:D: X It doesnt matter as long as you are consistent.
A:B: YIt does not matter #13 The dependent or responding variable is always graph on the C:D: Xunsure
A:B: onetwo #14 In an experiment you may change only ____ variables at a time. C:D: three As many as you like there is no limit.
A:B: a titleX axis's labeled #15 All graphs must have three things. They are all of the following Except Inconsistent numbering C: D: Y axiss labeled
C. Inconsistent numbering
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