Chapter 1, 2, 3, 6
Last Modified: 2016-03-08
Grow and develop
Orderly structure(made of cells)
Population (all of one species)
Community (all the biotic parts)
Ecosystem (biotic and abiotic parts)
Quantitative is more specific and gives you the very specific stuff like the exact perimeter.
Abiotic factors are all of the non-living things in the environment. (Temperature, sun, rocks, humidity, etc.)
A niche is HOW that organism builds their home, eats food, hides from predators, etc.
A heterotroph eats autotrophs to get its energy.
Decomposers break down any dead matter and replenish the soil with rich nutrients.
A food chain shows one specific order that a number of organisms can feed off each other.
Mutualism - Both organisms benefit.
Parasitism - One organism benefits at the others expense.
Secondary succession usually doesn't change unless there is a drop maybe caused by a disease.
Proteins - they are needed for pretty much everything including: structure,
Nucliec acids - hold genetic material
Lipids - stores energy
In organic compounds do not have carbon in them.
Solution - 1 + substances (solvent) are distributed evenly throughout another substance (solvent)
Bases - Highter numbered on the pH scale.
All living things are made of cells.
Cells come from pre-existing cells.
Have a nucleus
Are generally larger
Have membrane-bound organelles
Do not have a true nucleus
Are usually a lot smaller in size
Do not have any membrane-bound organelles
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