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What are common characteristics that all living organisms share?
Reproduce Growth Respond to stimuli Use energy (cellular respiration and photosynthesis) Take in nutrients Made of one or more cells
List the seven stages that scientist use to classify organisms.
Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
What does the scientific name tell you about an organism?
The genus and species an organism belongs in
Which organism has the closest relationship?
Lion and Tiger: same genus
How do the levels differ?
More diverse Most general Most specific Most alike
How might you know you are looking at an insect?
Insects: 6 legs, antennae, two pairs of wings (4-wings), 3 body segments
What are the three body parts of an insect called?
Head, Thorax, and abdomen
Grouping organisms according to certain characteristics is called?
What is the difference between an organism’s niche and its habitat?
Niche is the function or “job” of the organism. While the habitat is the where the organism lives.
What is a parasitic organism?
An organism that uses another organism to benefit itself. or A relationship between two organisms where one organism is harmed and the other is benefited.
The correct format for the scientific name must include…
The genus and species names, first letter must be capitalized, and the letters are underlined or typed in italics. Homo sapiens
A word that refers to any complete living thing is?
How do you know the total magnification of a microscope?
Multiple the eyepiece by the objective lens. Example: if the eyepiece is 10x and the objective lens is 4x your total magnification would be 40x.
Why do the digestive system and circulatory system of the blackworm over lap?
Helps convey food and oxygen throughout the body
How do the blackworm and earthworm differ?
What are the diameters for the field of view for the low, medium and high magnification?
Diameter of field of view: low magnification – 5 mm medium magnification – 2 mm high magnification – 0.2 mm
Name three typical organelles you could see when observing a cell under a microscope.
Cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, and cytoplasm
Label the scientific drawing.
When we added salt water to a freshwater plant cell (elodea) what became visible? Freshwater saltwater
How do plant and animal cells differ?
Plant cells generally have cell walls and chloroplasts and sometimes a larger vacuole. Animal cells do not have cell walls or chloroplasts
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