Sixth grade life science

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  1. The arrangement of things in groups of similar items
    Classification
  2. A classification system that was useful for storing in finding information about living things. It became the basis for our present system of classification.
    Linnaean System
  3. what are the five kingdoms?
    Animal, plant, fungi, protista, monera
  4. A structure or feature of an organism that helps it meet at the tequila need in his natural habitat
    Adaptation
  5. A kingdom which has cell walls, nucleus, make their own food, and cannot move.
    Plant
  6. The kingdom whose members have no cell walls, have a nucleus, eat food, and most can move.
    Animal
  7. The kingdom whose members are mostly multi celled, have cell walls, have a nucleus, they take in food, and they cannot move.
    Fungi
  8. A kingdom his members are mostly single celled, some have cell walls, they have a nucleus, taking food or make their own food, and many can move.
    Protista
  9. A kingdom whose members are single celled, have a cell wall, do not have a nucleus, taking food or make their own food, and some can move.
    monera
  10. The first part of an organism's name. It is a group of organisms that share major characteristics and are therefore closely related.
    Genus
  11. the second part of the scientific name which identifies one specific organism in a genus.
  12. Species
  13. what are the seven levels of classification?
    Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species.
  14. can be used to identify an organism based on its characteristics. It consists of a series of choices that lead to the correct name of the organism you want to identify.
    Dichotomous key
  15. rodlike structures in the nucleus
    Chromosomes
  16. stiff layer that surrounds a plant cell but not an animal cell.
    Cell wall.
  17. layer that surrounds the nucleus and controls what enters and leaves it.
    Nuclear membrane
  18. A structure that contains chlorophyll
    Chloroplast
  19. A thin layer that surrounds the cell and controls what enters and leaves it.
    Cell membrane
  20. The control center of the cell.
    Nucleus
  21. The blueprint of life
    DNA
  22. jellylike substance that fills a cell.
    Cytoplasm
  23. structures that release energy in the cell.
    Mitochondria
  24. Storage space is a Cell.
    vacuoles
  25. chart showing the outcomes of a genetic cross.
    Punnett Square
  26. A very short green plant that does not have true leaves, stems, and the roots. It's nonvascular so it does not have xylem or Floan to carry water, nutrients, and food.
    moss
  27. when a new plant is produced without the joining of a sperm and egg cell.
    Asexual reproduction
  28. A structure that contains cells that can grow into a new plant without joining with other cells.
    Spore
  29. A vascular plant that first appeared on earth about 400 million years ago. They live in moist shady locations and have feathery fronds that spread out and have large surface area.
    Ferns
  30. A kind of plant with seeds. The seeds are said to be naked because they are not surrounded by a container.
    gynosperm
  31. plants that grow cones.
    conifers
  32. powder like mail spores that develop into two male sex cells.
    Pollen
  33. AWhat is the equation for photosynthesis?
    sunlight + carbondioxide + water ~> psugar + oxygen
  34. what is the equation for respiration?
    sugar + oxygen -> energy +carbon dioxide + water

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