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adults of this class have three pairs of legs, three body segments, two pairs of wings
insects
all organisms that are eukaryotic, multicellular, move voluntarily, consumers
Kingdom Animalia
highest level of widely accepted classification system
kingdom
organisms that are eukaryotic, lacking chlorophyll and vascular system
Kingdom Fungi
organisms that are prokaryotic, usually unicellular, some can photosynthesize
Kingdom Monera
organisms that can photosynthesize, multicellular, unable to move from place to place
Kingdom Plantae
organisms that are neither animals, plants, fungi, nor prokaryotes. May be either multicellular or unicellular
Kingdom Protoctista
area included within the image seen through a lens
lens field
composite organisms of fungi and green algae that are symbiotic, usually look green and crusty
lichen
warm blooded organisms, have four chamber hearts, hair or fur, females produce milk
mammal
very small living thing
microorganism
prokaryotic and usually unicellular organisms
monera
consisting of more than one cell
multicellular
without vessels, without a vascular system
nonvascular
part of cell containinng the genetic material
nucleus
use of all senses to gain sceintific information
observation
part within a cell that has specific function
organelle
a living thing
organisms
process by which carbohydrates are made from carbon dioxide and water using light energy and releasing oxygen as a byproduct
photosynthesis
seed-bearing part of a flower
pistil
transfer of pollen from the anther of flower to the stigma of flower
pollination
photosynthetic plant or chemical-producing bacterium, first level of the food chain
producer
cell or organism lacking distinct nucleus or other memberbrain-bound organelles
prokaryote
any unicellular, eukaryotic organisms
protoctist
cold-blooded vertebrates, body with scales or plates, usually egg-laying
reptile
English scientist who made observations using microscope, wrote Micrographica, work of incredibly detailed drawings
Roberte Hooke
one of the leaves or parts of the flower, usually green
sepal
microscope having one lens
simple microscope
small, rectangular piece of glass on which object is placed for observation with scope
slide
the thing being observed with the scope
specimen
spiral shaped bacteria
spirilla
reproductive structure, unicellular, produced by certain bacteria, fungi, algae and nonflowering plants, remains dormant for long time
spore
platform on scope that holds the slide
stage
part of flower that produces pollen
stamen
classification sysytem based on similarity of structure and common ancestry
taxonomy
small container in cytoplasm of cell, usually containing water, food, or waste
vacuole
vessels that carry liquids, found in plants to move sugar and water, to move blood in animals
vascular systems
animals having segmented spinal column
vertebrates