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Which of the following is NOT made of cells?
a) snake b) cow c) rose d) rock
A change in an organism's environment that causes a reaction is called a(n)
a) response b) variable c) stimulus d) classification
An organism's ability to maintain stable internal conditions is called
a) resolution b) homeostasis c) development d) reproduction
Process by which living things produce more organisms like themselves
a) reproduction b) response c) adaptation d) stimulus
Main energy source for most organisms is
a) water b) sugar c) the sun d) carbon dioxide
Characteristic or trait that allows an organism to survive and reproduce in its enviroment
a) adaptation b) reproduction c) stimulus d) response
The highest level of cell organization. These carry out all the life processes.
a) tissue b) organism c) organ system d) organ
Animals whose body temperature changes with the environment (cold blooded).
a) endothermic b) metabolism c) homeostasis d) ectothermic
Animals that maintain a stable body temperature (warm blooded).
a) endothermic b) metabolism c) homeostasis d) ectothermic
A balance must exist between an organism's energy producing processes and its energy using processes.
a) endothermic b) metabolism c) homeostasis d) ectothermic
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