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naming system binomialnomenclature
what is carl linnaeus known for? taxonomy
shows evolutionary relation among species phylogenetictree
studying evolutionary relationships phylogeny
most complex chemical compound we know DNA
chooses what it allows in differently permeable
favours water; towards the outside hydrophilichead
high outer concentration hypertonic
a cells garbage disposal; waste removal exocytosis
complex of polysaccharides peptidoglycan
ATP humans main energy molecule
to add phosphate group phosphorylation
using isotopes to date or measure radiometricdating
structural polysaccharide chitin
inner cell wall pressure turgor
main job to synthesize important horomones smooth-ER
life from nothing spontaneousgeneration
longest geological measure of time eon
golgi ______ body
reaction from a plant cell thigmotropism
studies fossils paleontooigist

Organization of Life Crossword

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The study of all living things. biology
Change in a population over time. evolution
Means the age of hell. Hadaen
Two word naming system. binomialnomenclature
Study of the classification of organisms. taxonomy
Family tree showing evolutionary relationships. phylogenetictree
Depicts evolutionary relationships among groups. cladogram
Study of evolutionary relationships. phylogeny
Two different parent organisms contribute genetic information. sexualreproduction
A single parent organism reproducing identical offspring by itself. asexualreproduction
Smallest unit capable of all life functions. cell
Entire organism made up of one cell. unicellular
Living organism made up of many cells. multicellular
Simplest cell that does not have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles. prokaryoticcell
More complex cells that have a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles. Eukaryoticcell
Bending of a plant when touched. thigmotropism
Growth of a plant in response to the force of gravity. geotropism
How the plant moves in response to the light stimulus. phototropism
The building up of complex substances. anabolism
The breaking down of complex substances. Catabolism

Chapter 17 Vocabulary Review Crossword

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taxonomic group of closely related species with a common ancestor. genus
named group of organisms, such as a phylum, genus, or species. taxon
taxonomic group of similar, related genera that is larger than a genus and smaller than an order. family
Linnaeus's system of naming organisms, which gives a scientific two-word Latin name to each species--the first part is the genus name and the second is the specific epithet. binomial nomenclature
prokaryotes whose cell walls do not contain peptidoglycan. archaebacteria
inherited morphological or biochemical feature that varies among species and can be used to determine patterns of descent. character
taxonomic method that models evolutionary relationships based on shared derived characters and phylogenetic trees. cladistics
diagram with branches that represents the hypothesized phylogeny or evolution of a species or group; uses bioinformatics, morphological studies, and information from DNA studies. cladogram
taxonomic group that contains one or more related orders. class
grouping of organisms or objects based on a set of criteria that helps organize, communicate, and retain information. classification
taxonomic term used instead of phylum to group related classes of plants and bacteria. division
taxonomic group of one or more kingdoms. domain
prokaryotes with peptidoglycan-containing cell walls. eubacteria
unicellular or multicellular eukaryote that is stationary, absorbs nutrients from organic materials in the environment, and has cell walls that contain chitin. fungus
taxonomic group of related phyla or divisions. kingdom
model that uses comparisons of DNA sequences to estimate phylogeny and rate of evolutionary change. molecular clock
evolutionary history of a species. phylogeny
taxonomic group of related classes. phylum
unicellular, multicellular, or colonial eukaryote whose cell walls may contain cellulose; can be plantlike, animal-like, or funguslike. protist
branch of biology that identifies, names, and classifies species based on their morphology and behavior. taxonomy

Classification of Organisms Word Search

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genus
family
order
class
phyla
domain
eukaryote
nucleus
prokaryote
species
binomial nomenclature
taxonomy
classification
homeostasis
heterotroph
autotroph
controlled experiment
spontaneous generation
sexual reproduction
asexual reproduction
development
response
stimulus
metabolism
multicellular
unicellular
cell
organism

Cell Transport Crossword

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An organism's ability to maintain steady internal conditions when outside conditions change Homeostasis
Hydrophobic tails are facing inward and their hydrophilic heads are outward Phospholipid Bilayer
The movement of substances through a cell membrane without using the cell's energy Passive Transport
The movement of substances from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration Diffusion
The diffusion of water molecules only through a membrane Osmosis
When molecules pass through a cell membrane using special proteins called transport proteins Facilitated Diffusion
The movement of substances through a cell membrane only by using the cell's energy Active Transport
Cells energy ATP
The process during which a cell takes in a substance by surrounding it with the cell membrane Endocytosis
The process by which certain living cells called phagocytes ingest or engulf other cells or particles Phagocytosis
a process by which liquid droplets are ingested by living cells Pinocytosis
The process during which a cell’s vesicles releases their contents outside the cell Exocytosis
The maximum pressure that develops in a solution separated from a solvent by a membrane permeable only to the solvent Osmotic Pressure
Having a lower osmotic pressure than the surrounding environment is called Hypotonic
Having a higher osmotic pressure than the surrounding environment is called Hypertonic
Having equal osmotic pressure with the surrounding environment is called Isotonic

Diversity of Living Organisms Word Search

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protist
archaeabacteria
fungus
sexual
asexual
cellulose
chitin
multicellular
unicellular
cell type
reproduction
cell wall
nutrition
animalia
pantae
fungi
protista
eubacteria
eukaryota
bacteria
archaea
binomial nomenclature
taxon
taxa
taxonomy
prokaryote
eukaryote
autotroph
heterotroph
species
genus
family
order
phylum
class
kingdom
domain

Evolution and Classification Vocabulary Crossword

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the broadest most general level of classification Domain
The Father of the Science of Taxonomy Carolus Linneaus
bacteria is this type of reproduction asexual reproduction
an organism can lose this structure that lost its original function Vestigal structures
the study of general rules Taxonomy
the family where an organism is from Species
system developed by Linnaeus Binomial nomenclature
humans have these many cells multicellular
earthworms are an example of this Decomposers
when organisms are divided based on their characteristics Classification
differences between cells and organisms Variation
the formation of new and distinct species in the course of evolution Speciation
when an organism is adapted to their environment and able to survive better Natural Selection
no nucleus prokaryotic
has a nucleus eukaryotic

Organization of Life Crossword

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An organism that is made up of many specialized cells. Multicellular
Metabolism is the total of all chemical reaction, including catabolism and ____________ Anabolism
A phylogenetic tree is a diagram shows the _______________ relationships. Evolutionary
Centriole pairs and lysosomes are common to animal cells but are limited in ______ cells. Plant
Chloroplasts, chromoplasts and leucoplasts are known as ________. Plastids
The cell _________ only allows certain materials to go in and out of the cell. Membrane
The cell membrane is made up of a ______ of phospholipids. Bilayer
Some ________ have a sugar unit attached to their surface. Proteins
Osmosis is the _______ of water through a selectively permeable membrane. Diffusion
Biology is the study of all _______ things. Living
Prokaryotic cells do not have a _______ or membrane-bound organelles. Nucleus
Organisms grow by ________ more cells and cell enlargement. Producing
Hypertonic Solutions have a greater concentration ________ of the cell thang inside of the cell. Outside
_________ Transport is when materials move from low concentration to high concentration. Active
Turgor ________ is when plant cells have adequate supply of water, the water exerts pressure against the cell walls. Pressure
Photosynthesis is the _________ reaction in which light energy is converted to chemical energy in glucose. Chemical
The process of creating cell ______ is known as cellular respiration. Energy
___________ is the splitting of glucose, happening in the cytoplasm. Glycolysis
________ Respiration requires oxygen and is the complete oxidation is glucose to produce 36 ATP. Aerobic
DNA provides instructions for making __________ called proteins. Molecules

Taxonomy Word Search

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Homo Sapiens
Homo
Hominidea
Mammalia
Primate
Vertabrate
Chordata
Animalia
Eukaria
Reproduction
Development
Cells
Homologous Structure
DNA
Organism
Species
Genus
Family
Order
Class
Phylum
Kingdom
Domain
Binomial Nomenclature
Taxon
Taxa
Taxononmy
Classification

Final Exam- Famous Scientists Crossword

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Worked to develop binomial nomenclature and advance taxonomy/scientific classification Carolus Linnaeus
Wrote the Almagest, a work that defined astronomy for over 1,000 years. He catalogued over 1,000 stars. Claudius Ptolemy
Discovered the concept of radioactive half-life and the nucleus of atoms. Ernest Rutherford
Molecular biologist, biophysicist, and neuroscientist. He co-discovered the structure of a DNA molecule. Francis Crick
"For every action, there is an opposite and equal reaction".- studied forces, inertia, and gravity of objects. Isaac Newton
The world's foremost expert on chimpanzees. Works extensively on conservation and animal welfare. Jane Goodall
Father of Genetics-Investigated the inheritance of characteristics in pea plants. Gregor Mendel
Proposed the theory of continental drift. Alfred Wegener
Traveled to the Galapagos Islands on the HMS Beagle and is named the Father of Evolution. Wrote "On The Origin Of Species." Charles Darwin
E=MC squared-developed the Theory of Relativity Albert Einstein
Proved that maggots come from the eggs of flies and do not spontaneously appear on totting meat. Thus, he disproved the idea of spontaneous generation. Francesco Redi
Discovered the subatomic particle, the neutron James Chadwick
Greek philosopher and scientist; A pupil of Plato; Known as the Great Philosopher Aristotle

Carbohydrates and Lipids Crossword

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Organic compounds build from monosaccharides, containing mostly carbon and water Carbohydrates
Monomer of carbohydrates. Smallest sugars. Glucose, Fructose, Galactose Monosaccharide
Combination of two monosaccharide sugars. Sucrose, Maltose, Lactose Disaccharide
Long chain of monosaccharides joined together. Starch, Glycogen, Cellulose, Chitin Polysaccharide
Simple sugar used to make energy. C6H12O6 Glucose
Monosaccharide found in fruit Fructose
Table sugar. Glucose + Fructose Sucrose
Sugar foundi n milk. Glucose + Galactose Lactose
Polysaccharide containing thousands of glucose monomers. Energy storage in plants Starch
Polysaccharide containing thousands of glucose monomers. Short term energy storage in animals Glycogen
Polysaccharide containing thousands of glucose monomers arranged to give structure to plants. Not digestible by humans Cellulose
Polysaccharide that makes up the exoskeleton of Arthropoda and found in the cell wall of some fungi and algae Chitin
Biomolecule that is insoluble in water. Fats, Phospholipids, and Steroids Lipid
Primary form of fat in foods and your body. Long term energy storage. Triglyceride
Main component of cell membranes. Similar to a triglyceride, except a fatty acid is replaced with a polar head Phospholipid
Class of lipids that contains hormones and cholesterol Steroids
Chain of carbons and hydrogen sulfide that make up fats and phospholipids Fattyacid
Backbone of fats and phospholipids Glycerol
Type of fats that have a hydrogen attached to every carbon. Unhealthy fat Saturated
Type of fats that have at least one double bond between two carbons. Healthier fat Unsaturated
Structural component of cell membranes, and a precursor to some hormones Cholesterol
Primary male hormone responsible for regulation of the reproductive system and secondary sex characteristics Testosterone
Primary female hormone responsible for development and regulation of the reproductive system and secondary sex characteristics Estrogen
A primary female hormone involved in mentruation and pregnancy Progesterone
Enzyme that digests fat Lipase
Lipids that are liquid at room temperature Oil