1. Living organisms are different from inanimate objects because they Respond to stumuli, respiration, adapt to environment, display growth, reproduce 2. A molecule which can be found in all living things and never
EXAM 02 STEMS
1. Which of the following statements regarding prokaryotes is FALSE? Prokaryotes don't have a nucleus Reproduce through prokaryotic fission Cell wall present Single Chromosome 2. Bacteria can be classified in
EXAM 03 (ANIMALS) REVIEW STEMS 1. The GGC gene discussed in the introduction to Chapter 25 Present in mollusks, animals, and insects. 2. Which of the following characteristics is present in all animal phyla? Ingest other organism Develop in a series
REVIEW STEMS FOR CH 27 BIODIVERSITY IN PERSPECTIVE 1.Which of the following is a factor that lead to the collapse of human society on Easter Island? Overpopulation Over development(Agriculturalization of the land) Stripping the the land of all trees
1.7.11 The banch of biology concerned with naming and classifying organisms is taxonomy. The Swedish naturalist car von linne is considered the founder modern taxonomy his system included the introduction of the two part scientific name genus and species.
i1*19*11 Biology 1420 Levels of Organization covered. Single cell organism Multicellular organism Population Community A community and its nonliving environment is an ecosystem The entire surface of the earth including living and nonliving components is t
Chapter 14 OUTLINE
Section 14.1 How Did Evolutionary Thought Evolve? Pre-Darwinian science stated that God simultaneously created all organisms, each being distinct and unchanging from the moment of its creation. This view was reflected in Aristotles Ladd
Handout for CHAPTER 6 - Energy Flow in a Cell
Remember how important energy is for life!
Every organism requires a constant supply of external energy to remain alive. -Inability to obtain or use energy= DEATH
What is energy?
Definition= The capacity to