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creation
What God Did
A category is a group in which all the members have some similar ______________.
Characteristics
The first two categories of living things ate called __________.
Kingdoms
_______ is the third category of living things.
Man
All living things can be placed in these three categories:plant kingdom, ________ kingdom, and man, the ruler of the kingdoms.
Animal
The first characteristic of most plants is that they contain ___________.
Chlorophyll
Chlorophyll helps plants make ________.
Food
Cellulose is a tough substance that forms thick ______ around plant cells.
Walls
Plant cells always have a ______ wall made of cellulose, while animal cells do not.
Cell
The plant kingdom posses two smaller divisions: plants with ________ systems and plants without them.
Conducting
A conducting system is a system of _________ cells that carries food and water throughout the plant.
Tubelike
Plants that do not have a conducting system are called __________ plants.
Simple
Plants that do have a conducting system ate called ___________ plants.
Complex
Mosses are plants having no conducting _________.
System
Most simple plants are ________.
Mosses
The complex plant's __________ system is made up of leaves, stems, and roots.
Conducting
Within the leaves, stems, and roots of a complex plants are cells that carry food and _______.
Water
Animals are able to _______ from place to place.
Move
The animal kingdom is divided into two smaller divisions: animals with, and animals without _____________.
Backbones
The animals without backbones have very ________ nervous systems and skeletons.
Simple
The most __________ group in the animal kingdom is that which contrains the animals with backbones.
Important
Three things that animals with backbones posses are brains, complex nervous systems, and bony ____________.
Skeletons
Man is the only creature created in the _________ of God.
Image
God wanted man to worship Him and bring ______ to Him.
Glory
Man became a ________.
Sinner
When man sinned, he could no longer _____________ with God, worship Him, or bring Him glory.
Fellowship
Jesus came to earth, died, and was raised from the dead so that _______ could be saved and restored to fellowship with God.
Man
Science is the attempt the ______ God established when He created the world.
Laws
The study of all human, plant, and animal life is life ________.
Science
On the ______ day of Creation, God made the dry land appear and created plants
Third
God created the sun, the moon, and the stars on the _______ day of Creation.
Fourth
God created all the _______-dwelling creatures on the sixth day of Creation.
Land
The scientists' recipe for finding whether their guesses are correct is called the scientific __________.
Method
Observation is the first step of the scientific method, and defining the _________ is the second step.
Problem
The third step to the scientific method is to gather accurate __________.
Information
The scientist then makes a ________ based on what he has learned.
Guess
God arranged for living things to have ______________ that nonliving things do not have.
Characteristics
A _________ is an outside condition that causes movement or response in living things.
Stimulus
Two stimuli to which __________ respond are light and water.
Plants
_______ is the process in which a living thing takes in water and minerals and turn them into new cells.
Growth
Through the process of __________, worn out or destroyed cells are replaced.
Regeneration
All living things would become _______ without reproduction.
Extinct
Not that I speak in respect of want: _____ ___ _______ _________ __ __________ _______ __ ____ ____________ ___ ______ ________. _________________
For I have learned in whatsoever state, I am therewith to be content. Phillipians 4:11