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Microorganismos VocabularioEspañolFood ChainExperiment
Microorganismos 100 Where do microorganisms prefer to live?
A- Micro 100 Microorganisms prefer humid and warm places.
Microorganismos 200 Name two ways in which microorganisms move.
A- Micro 200 Flagella Cilia Pseudo pod As a parasite
Microorganismos 300 Give an example of a single celled eukaryotic organism.
A- Micro 300 Paramecium
Microorganismos 400 This is a single-celled or multi-celled organism that lives in moist areas and has both plant and animal characteristics.
A- Micro 400 A protist is a single- celled or multi-celled organism that lives in moist areas and has both plant and animal characteristics.
Microorganismos 500 Give an example of an animal-like protist and a plant-like protist.
A- Micro 500 Animal-like= protozoan Plant-like= algae
Vocabulario 100 This type of organism is simple, single celled and does not have a nucleus.
A Vocab 100 A prokaryotic organism
Vocabulario 200 This type of organism is complex, it can be either single-celled or multi-celled and it has a nucleus to protect its DNA.
A Vocab 200 A eukaryotic organism.
Vocabulario 300 A microscopic producer, it is a protist that usually lives in water and provides food for many living things.
A Vocab 300 algae
Vocabulario 400 A microscopic, animal-like protist. Microscopic consumer
A Vocab 400 protozoan
Vocabulario 500 A microscopic decomposer, it is single-celled and it exists everywhere.
A Vocab 500 Bacteria
Español 100 descomponedores
A- Esp 100 decomposers
Español 200 Es un organismo que tiene células con núcleos.
A- Esp 200 eucariota
Español 300 Es un tipo de protozoario que usa su cilio para moverse.
A- Esp 300 Cilio
Español 400 Es un tipo de protozoario que usa su pseudópodos para moverse.
A- Esp 400 el ameboide: Pseudópodos
Español 500 Es una protista que semejanza una planta.
A- Esp 500 Una alga
Food Chain 100 These are possibly the most important part of the food chain. The create their own food through photosynthesis.
A- FC 100 producers
Food Chain 200 Name two types of consumers.
A- FC 200 Herbivore Carnivore Parasite Scavenger
Food Chain 300 Name two types of decomposers
A- FC 300 Bacteria Fungus
Food Chain 400 This is an organism, often a bacterium or fungus, that feeds on and breaks down dead plant or animal matter.
A- FC 400 Decomposer
Food Chain 500 Organisms that are neither plant nor animals, but have characteristics of both and absorb food from whatever they are growing on.
A- FC 500 Fungi:
Experiment 100 This is a statement made about something you want to know more about. It is often called an “educated guess” because you are guessing how something will turn out.
A- Ex 100 Hypothesis
Experiment 200 This is the summary of an experiment, based on data related to a hypothesis.
A- Ex 200 conclusion
Experiment 300 A series of steps to find the answer to a question.
A- Ex 300 Experiment
Experiment 400 This is the part of the experiment that you keep the same.
A- Ex 400 Control
Experiment 500 This is the part of the experiment that you change in order to see what happens when you change it.
A- Ex 500 Variable
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