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Evolution and Biodiversity

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two word unique name for all organisms (Genus species), the principal that all living things have common ancestors, categorizing organisms into related groups, cell without a nucleus or other membrane bound organelles invite students , a change in a trait that can be passed on to the next generation, Those best adapted survive and produce more offspring. , Change in an organism over time, The most inclusive taxonomic classification, organism that consumes matter to get energy, all the individuals of the same species in a defined area, indicates one as in a unicellular, or one celled organism, one kingdom and domain of one celled prokaryote organisms, The scientist who formed the theory of evolution, humans select animals and plants with desired traits, kingdom of mostly motile, heterotrophic, eukaryotes, an organ that no longer serves a useful purpose in the organism computer assisted language learning , organism that can create its own energy, speciation due to physical seperation, kingdom of mostly non motile, eukaryote, heterotrophs, organisms, scientist who formed the original taxonomy, autotrophic eukaryotic non-motile organisms, organisms that can breed and have fertile offspring, bacteria evolving to not be killed by an antibiotic, chemicals used to kill pest organisms including insects, A unique 2 word name used to identify each species, the science of classifying organisms, cell with a nucleus or other membrane bound organelles, the physical carrier of traits to the next generation, two word unique name given to each species, (Genus species), all the life forms in a particular area, using natural selection to produce wanted animals %26 plants teacher , indicates many, as in multicelluar or many celled organism, survival of the fittest, chemical used to kill a particular bacteria, kingdom and domain of one celled prokaryote organisms,