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Unit 1 Study Guide Know each CHARACTERISTICS OF all LIFE and the way it functions in the organisms. MRS. GREN MovementGrowth RespirationReproduction SensitivityExcretion Nutrition
Naming and the organization of the different organisms Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus species Who came up with the naming system and is known as The father of Taxonomy?
All of these are arthropods but only one is a crustacean. One of these organisms doesnt belong. Which one?
If you said the crab, you are correct! The spider, tick and scorpion are all arachnids. The crab is a crustacean.
Botanists are able to divide the 235,000 species of angiosperms (flowering plants) into two large groups based on the structure of their seeds
Dichotomous Keys Use this key to identify this animal 1. Has a backbone-----go to 2 Has no backbone----go to 3 2. Has four legs animal A Has six legs animal B 3. Has a shell animal C Has no shell animal D Is this animal A, B,. C, or D?
Hopefully you chose - A The turtle is a vertebrate, with four legs and a shell but letter A followed the correct path.
Cells Cell theory Organelles and their functions Specialized cells: their adaptations and functions Root hair cells Xylem vessels Red blood cells Ciliated cells Muscle cells
Diffusion and osmosis What is the difference between the two? In these examples is the movement of particles osmosis, diffusion or are both processes occurring at the same time? 1.Egg lab using Hypotonic solutions? 2. Egg using hypertonic solutions? 3.In class when we saw the Lysol demo, the chocolate demo and the dye in the water? 4.The dialysis bag with the corn starch and the iodine?
How did you do? 1. Osmosis 2.Osmosis 3.Diffusion 4.Both
How did you do? This is a basic review. You should go over your notebook, review the powerpoints on my website, finish any assignment in unit one that would help clarify the material. Good luck