Bio Module 1
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Bio Module 1
First module biology cards
Arriving at a conclusion based on one's observations.
Logical process of using a general premise to draw a conclusion about a specific case.
A member of one of the two single-celled lineages (bacteria and archaea) that do not have a nucleus.
Organism that consists of one or more cells that characteristically have a nucleus.
Set of processes by which an organism keeps its internal conditions within tolerable ranges.
A group of species that share a unique set of traits; also the first part of a species name.
Recently discovered and less well-known lineage of single-celled organisms without a nucleus. More closely related to eukaryotes than bacteria.
A group of organisms of the same species that live in a specific location and breed with one another more often than they breed with members of other populations.
All species in a particular region.
Multicelled consumer that develops through a series of stages and moves about during part or all of its life cycle.
Analogous system used for testing hypotheses.
The most diverse and well-known lineage of single-celled organisms with no nucleus.
Science of systematically naming and classifying species.
Difference between results derived from testing an entire group of events or individuals, and results derived from testing a subset of the group.
A characteristic of a system that does not appear in any of the system's component parts.
A community interacting with its environment through a one-way flow of energy and cycling of materials.
All regions of Earth's waters, crust, and air where organisms live.
Hypothesis that has not been disproved after many years of rigorous testing.
Making, testing, and evaluating hypotheses.
Scope of variety among living organisms; includes genetic variation within species, variety of species, and variety of ecosystems.