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Biology Vocabulary Word Group IV
PROPERTY A quality that describes an object
ORGANISM A living thing that can carry out all the basic life activities
KINGDOM One of the five groups into which living things are classified
TAXONOMY The science of classifying organisms based on the features they share
MICROORGANISM An organism that is too small to be seen without a microscope
PROTIST An organism that usually is one- celled and has plant-like or animal-like properties
ALGAE Protists that make their own food and usually live in water
PROTOZOAN A protist that has animal-like qualities
FLAGELLUM A whip-like tail that helps some one-celled organisms move (plural is flagella)
CILIA Hair-like structures that help some one-celled organisms move
PSEUDOPOD Part of some one-celled organisms that sticks out like a foot to move the cell along
AMOEBA A protozoan that moves by pushing out parts of its cell
FUNGUS An organism that usually has many cells and decomposes material for its food (plural is fungi)
DECOMPOSE To break down or decay matter into simpler substances
PARASITE An organism that absorbs food from a living organism and harms it
MONERAN An organism, usually one-celled, that does not have organelles
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