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Science Grade Four Connie Mason
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The smallest unit  of living matter.        CELLS
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The remains of  an organism that  lived in the past.      FOSSILS
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A living things  home is called this.        HABIT
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The characteristic  of a living thing      TRAIT
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The largest group  into which an  organism is  classified.     KINGDOM
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Three basic needs  of living things. OXYGEN
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Molds, fungi, and  bacteria are  examples of this. DECOMPOSER
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Humans are  examples of this.
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Unformatted text preview: CONSUMERS Plants are examples of this. PRODUCERS A green material found in plant cells but not in animal cells. CHLOROPHYLL Nonliving particles smaller than cells that are able to reproduce only inside living cells VIRUS A group of similar cells that work together carrying out a certain jobs. TISSUES An organism that is no longer alive on Earth. EXTINCT...
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