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5th grade science chapter 1


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a green chemical in plant cells that allows plants to use the sun's energy for making food
vascular plants
plants that contain tissue through which water moves up and food moves down
nonvascular plants
plants that do not have tissue through which water and food move
amember of a kingdon that contains one-celled and many-celled living things that absorb food from their environment
amember of a kingsom that contains on and may celled living things some that make food and some that hunt for food
this group falls into to kingdoms of one-celled living things that have no nucleus
animal cells
box shaped cells has cell wall
how do cells in plants work together
they are organized into tissues that form different parts of the plant. like fruit tissue or stem tissue
what are the two plant kingdoms
vascular and non vascular
give examples of vascular plants
trees, ferns
give examples of non-vascular plants`
mosses, liverworts
what is it called when you group living things together based on shared patterns or characteristics
how did arostotle first classify plants
by size
what are the two types of vascular plants
seedless and seeded plants
give an example of a seedless vascular plant
give and example of seeded vascular plants
conifers, flowering plants
name some differences between plants and animals
animals move, plants don't plants make own food, animals don't plants have cell wall, plants have cell membrane
name to phyla in the animal kingdom
with a nerve cord, without a nerve cord
list examples of animals without a nerve cord
sponges, flatworms,arthropods, coelentrerates
list examples of animals with a nerve cord
fish, birds, reptiles, anphibiians, mammals
give order of classifying animals
kingdom,phyla,class, order, family, genus, species
describe a fungus
absorbs food may be one or many celled
examples of fungus
yeast, mold, mushrooms
what is a protist
microscopic living things one or many celled. can group together, can have chlorophyll all have a nucleus
examples of protist
slime molds green algea diatoms euglenas
describe bacteria
single cell with out a nucleus, can only see under a microscope some can make you sick
two bacteria kingdoms
true and ancient
what is the vine that killed the south
were did kudzucome from
why was it brought here
thought was pretty. was used as a ground cover and to controll erosion

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