Cells
Classifying Living Things
Ecology
Think Globally
100

The smallest functional and structural unit of all living organisms.

What is a cell?

100

What are two ways organisms can be classified?

What are by physical and chemical characteristics?

100

The study of how organisms interact with one another and with the environment.

What is Ecology?

100

Large regions that have similar climates and communities of species are grouped together.

What are Biomes?
200
I am any living thing

What is an organism?

200

This is a group of organisms that are very closely related

What is a species?

200

The interactions between organisms in an area.

What are Biotic Factors?

200

The role the population plays in an ecosystem

What is its niche?

300

Eukaryote and Prokaryote

What are the two types of cells?

300

Protista, Plantae, Animalia, and Fungi.

What are the main kingdoms?

300

A nonliving part of an environment.

What is an Abiotic Factor?

300

The place where organisms live.

What is its habitat?

400

Located in the nucleus in some cells, I am what is inherited from your parent or parents.

What is DNA?

400
Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya

What are the three domains?

400

A community of organisms and their nonliving environment.

What is Ecosystem?

400

Two populations cannot have the same one of these.

What is niche?

500

An organism made up of cells that contain their DNA within the nucleus.

What is a eukaryote?

500

List the levels of classification

Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species

500

Populations, Communities, and Ecosystems

What are the levels of organization in an environment?

500

The world's biomes.

What are Tundra, Taiga, Desert, Tropical Grassland, Temperate Grassland, Tropical Rain Forest, Temperate Deciduous Forest, and Temperate Rain Forest.

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