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Prokaryote - Does not contain a nucleus
Eukaryote -
Contains a nucleus
Unicellular -
Single (one) cell
Multicellular - Having more than one cell
Autotrophic - Capable of making it’s own food
Heterotrophic -
Consumes other organisms
for energy
for food
Sexual Reproduction Requires 2 parents and fusion of sex cells
Asexual Reproduction Only 1 parent required
Living or was once living, or
Bioticcomes from living things
Abiotic- Never been alive; dead
Rules to follow about cells
• All organisms (living things) are made of cells
• Cells are the smallest working unit of living
• All cells come from preexisting cells
Composed of cells
Grow and develop
Use Energy
Respond to the environment
• All
Usually multi-cellular ….
Protists (single celled)
Usually unicellular ….
• Bacteria
• Cyanobacteria
• Archaebacteria
Unicellular Multicellular Autotrophic Heterotrophic Sexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction Biotic Abiotic -
• System of grouping organisms by
• Highest level of the classification
• Bacteria
• Archaea
• Eukarya (Eukaryota
• Six Kingdoms
• Eubacteria
• Archaebacteria
• Animalia, Plantae, Fungi,Protista
• lowest level of the classification
system – most specific level