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Abbie Hoerbert
Created by Abbie Hoerbert about 4 years ago
Flowering plants
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Ch 33 - Tropisms quiz
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Botany Quiz 1
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cell structure & function cells are small but highly organized. they contain specialized structures that carry out the cells life processes
matter, energy, and organization living things have highly organized structures that must be maintained in their orderly state by constant supply of energy.
DNA hereditary information in the form of a large molecule called deoxyribonucleic acid.
Genes a segament of DNA that contains coding for a polypeptide or protein; a unit of hereditary information.
Observation writing down things you see.
Theory a broad and comprehensive statement of what is believed to be true, supported by cinsiderable experimental evidence resulting from many test.
Autotroph an organism that uses energy to synthesize organic molecules from inorganic substance.
Ecology the study of the relationship between organisms and their enviroment.
Hypothesis a statement that can be tested experimentally.
Engineering the art or science of making practical application of the knowledge of pure sciences, as physics or chemistry, as in the construction of engines, bridges, buildings, mines, ships, and chemical plants.
Heterotroph an organism that obtains organic food molecules by eating other organisms or their by-products.
Evolution all the changes that have formed life on earth.
Homeostasis the stable internal cinditions of a living thing.
Natural selection the process by which organisms with favorable varitaions reproduce at higher rates than those without such variations.
Interdependence mutually relient on each other
Asexual reproduction the production of offspring that does not involve the union of gametes.
sexual reproduction the production of offspring from the combination of genetic material from two parent organisms.