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biology is the study of .....
the steps of the scientific method are as follows....
the six kindgoms of life are...
animalia,bacteria,archae bacteria, fungi,plants, protistis
animalia is ....
multicelled organisms that move and consume food
simple single celled organisms with no nucleus in their cells
archea bacteria is .....
similar to the above but able to survive extreme enviorments
live on land, have many cells ,and carry out photosynthesis to get food.
may be single celled or multicelled but generally dont move and usually feed on decay
small, may be plant or animal-like
kids play catch on freeway get smashed
the weaker individuals die and stronger ones survive .
kill or be killed
* states that only traits individuals are born with will be passed on.
death of species
*eventually proven wrong
*evolution driven by the "
use and disuse
* traits that acquire druing life (
) can be passed on.
exctinction does not happen.!
what are the biomes....
desert, tundra, tropical forest, taiga, temprate forest
not many plants or animals can survive
are close so in winter days are shorter and very cold and dry
tropical forests is...
very hot and wet contains most of the animal and plants
cold & cone shape trees
temperate forest is...
cold in winter & hot in summer broad leaf trees.
6 main ocean zones are ...
interideral, benthic, pothic, apothic, continental, pelagic zones
populations may go down because of ....
(when individuals move out of an area)
the rate of
in a population
population may rise because of ....
when individuals move into an area
the defintion of photosynthesis ..
what is c3,c4 and cam plants....
what are the differences between c3,c4 and cam plants...
define the cellular respiration...
the three structures of dna...
the four bases of dna...
the four base of rna ..
which is contected to the phosphate...
which is not contected to the phosphate..
the three types of rna
how many amino acids is there...
possible combinations for amino acids...
whats the number of nucletoides ...
where is dna found..
where does transcription/translation occur....
be able to draw a dna model with primes
mitochondria function is....
nucleus function is...
golgi function is....
lysosomes function is ...
ribosomes function is....