NJ ASK - Characteristics of Living things

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What do vacules and vesicles aid in?
The skull is part of what system?
The __________ is an organ that creates bile
The only people who have identical DNA are
The __________ is an organ that follows the stomach and most absorption happens there
When plants reproduce with themselves it is called
A section of DNA is called a
If a sex cell has 6 chromosomes, how many chromosomes are in a skin cell
When sponges bud or regenerate they are reproducing _________.
The ________ surface|side is the backbone of the animal.
Another name for a pure bred is
Chromosomes are found in the ____ of a cell
Arachnids have _______ legs and no antennae.
What are the building blocks of a living thing?
Animals with no backbones are called
The single letters used in punnet squares are called
What is the hard outer shell called of arthropods?
How many legs an insect has
What is the brain of a cell?
Ectotherm also means ________ blooded
Gills remove _______ from the water
What system in the body deal with your bones
The brain is part of what system?
What process produces sex cells
The physical characteristics of a person is a
What type of symmetry does a blob have?
Where is your DNA housed?
What system in the body deal with your waste leaving your body
The __________ is an organ that stores bile
The study of heredity is _______________
During metamorphosis all amphibians lose their _______
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The __________ is an organ that is the last stop before food is exceted through the anus
The lungs are part of what system?
What is it called when an animal can grow another animal off of itself?
When a plant releases pollen and it fertilizes another plant
________ reproduction is when a sperm fertilizes an egg.
What is another name for a living thing?
Domain, Kingdom, phylum, ______, order, family, genus, species
What does GM stand for, when dealing with food?
Mitochondria, lysosomes, and vacuoles are all _______.
What is the jelly like material that surrounds the organelles called?
The genetic code for a person is a
Sex cells have ___ the chromosomes that normal cells have
When the allele is lowercase that means the trait is
Reptiles usually live in ______ places
What type of symmetry does a star have?
What is an organism that does NOT have a nucleus?
Gills put _______ into the water
 
An internal skeleton is called an _______.
If a dog has 36 chromosomes how many chromosmes do the sex cells have
What system in the body deal with your brain and how you feel things
DNA has a _________ shape
When the allele is capital that means that the trait is
The __________ is an organ that filters blood
What system in the body deal with your blood
Domain, ______, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
What stores water in a cell?
Domain, Kingdom, _______, class, order, family, genus, species
If a cell has 44 chromosomes and then goes through mitosis how many chromsomes does it have now?
If a cell has 44 chromosomes and then goes through meiosis how many chromsomes does it have now?
If your body temperature adjust to the surroundings you are ________ blooded
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The head of an animal is the _______ side.
When a red and a white flower reroduce, and it comes out pink it shows__________ dominance
If your body temperature remains constant you are ______ blooded
What system in the body deal with your breathing
What are plants? (heterotrophs or autotrophs)
Domain, Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, _______
________ is when an animal sheds it's exoskeleton.
Crustaceans have ____ or three body parts
Reptiles breathe with ______ when young
What produces protein in a cell?
Most movements of animals is related to obtaining food and ___________
When the alleles of an organism are different it is a
The amount of time a placental mammal stay in it's mother is called it's ___________ period
What lets things in and out of the cell?
The ________ surface|side is the stomach area of an animal.
Animals with backbones are called
Humans have ______ pairs of chromosomes
Bird have ______ bones
A swim bladder helps the fish stay _________ at different depths
How many lines of symmetry do bilateral animals have?
The rear end of an animal is the _________ side.
A pair of alleles is called a
__________ mammals don't give birth until the young can function on its own
Endotherm also means _________ blooded
A fisherman cut’s up starfish and they make more. This process is called ______.
What is an organism whose cells have a nucleus?
The __________ is the first major organ where chemical digestion occurs
The veins are part of what system?
How do fungi reproduce?
Animals that are attached to a surface and can't move are called?
When animals take bits of food from the water it's called?

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