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A group made up of two or more very similar species, like dogs and wolves (Page 33)
GENUS
The smallest classification group, made up of only one type of organism that can reproduce with others of the same species, for example: All dogs belong to the same species (Page 30)
SPECIES
A characteristic of an organism (Page 28)
TRAIT
One of the largest groups of organisms into which an organism can be classified (Page 28)
KINGDOM
Non-living particles smaller than cells that are able to reproduce inside living cells (Page 20)
VIRUS
One or many celled organisms that lack true roots, stems, and leaves and absorb food from dead organisms (Page 19)
FUNGI
One-celled organisms that have cell walls but no nuclei (Page 19)
BACTERIA
Any variety of one-celled organisms that live in pond water (Page 19)
PROTIST
One of the threadlike structures inside a cell nucleus that determines an organisms traits (Page 16)
CHROMOSOME
A jelly-like substance that fills a cell (Page 15)
CYTOPLASM