1. The branch of biology that studies tissues of Organisms. 2
2. While it may have many separate parts, the organism cannot survive without the parts, as the parts cannot survive without the organism. Some Organisms are simple and only contain an information molecule describing how to obtain energy and reproduce the molecule.
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3. Animals and plants are Organisms, obviously. Organisms are a biotic, or living, part of the environment.
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4. Biologists started to collect all specimens in a group of Organisms, not just the most beautiful butterflies or birds, and discovered the general theory of evolution
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5. New - Living Organisms; Animals
6. Amphibians; Annelids; Arthropods; Chick Embryology; Fish; Invertebrates; Marine Organisms; Mollusks; Reptiles; Aquaria & Habitats
7. Aquaculture; Aquarium Kits; Ecosystems; Freshwater Animals; Freshwater Plants; Marine Organisms; Tanks & Accessories; Terrestrial Habitats & Supplies; Biological Media & Supplies
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9. Organisms Find study guides, profiles, and articles about fascinating micro- and macro-Organisms that will bring your biology studies to life.
10. In biology, specifically, scientists study Organisms and their living environment
11. There are certain diseases which are not called specific, because they may be produced by various micro-Organisms
12. These Organisms are light and delicate, their density of body very slight, their weight slighter still
13. Genetically modified Organisms (GMOs) are produced using scientific methods that include recombinant DNA technology and reproductive cloning.In reproductive cloning, a nucleus is extracted from a cell of the individual to be cloned and is inserted into the enucleated cytoplasm of a host egg (an enucleated egg is an egg cell that has had its own nucleus removed).
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14. Not all chemicals normally present in living Organisms are harmless.the insect-borne Organisms that cause sleeping sickness
15. All Organisms can fit into these levels
16. Unicellular Organisms consist of only a single cell, while multicellular Organisms can contain trillions of cells like most animals do
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17. In complex multicellular Organisms, cells are grouped into tissues and organs that each carry out certain functions.
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18. For thousands of years, humans have used breeding methods to modify Organisms
19. A single living plant, animal, virus, etc.: Amoebae and bacteria are single-celled Organisms.
20. There are billions to trillions of different types of Organisms living on our planet Earth.
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21. Small Organisms have a much simpler structure and physiology, more vulnerable to most changes, yet more able to recover quickly
22. Michael Boulter EXTINCTION: Evolution and the End of Man ( 2002 ) The sand has a slight pink tone , caused by Organisms in the sea, which is a …
23. Two types of single celled Organisms exist: prokaryotes and eukaryotes contained within the taxonomy of three major life domains
24. Scientists further classify single celled Organisms within six kingdoms, subcategories beneath the domains: archaea, bacteria, protists, fungi, plants and animals.
25. Animals and plants are Organisms, obviously
26. Organisms are a biotic, or living, part of the environment.Rocks and sunshine are parts of the non-living environment.
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27. Organisms usually have five basic needs, to continue their metabolism.They need air, water, nutrient (), energy, and a
28. A classification of living Organisms
29. Recent advances in biochemical and electron microscopic techniques, as well as in testing that investigates the genetic relatedness among species, have redefined previously established taxonomic relationships and have fortified support for a five-kingdom classification of living Organisms
30. Organisms can also affect each other by providing habitat or competing for resources
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31. A wide variety of Organisms have been genetically modified (GM), from animals to plants and microOrganisms
32. Genes have been transferred within the same species, across species (creating transgenic Organisms), and even across kingdoms
33. Organisms are capable of some degree of response to homeostasis, growth, reproduction and stimuli
34. Organisms consisting of more than one cell are termed as multicellular Organisms and single-cell Organisms are termed as unicellular Organisms.
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35. Benthos, also known as benthon, from the Greek benthos meaning "depth of the sea", is the community of Organisms that live on, in, or near the seabed, river, lake, or stream bottom, also known as the benthic zone
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36. In this article we are going to list the 15 fastest growing Organisms in the world
37. Click to skip ahead and jump to the 5 fastest growing Organisms in the world
38. A unicellular organism is an organism that consists of a single cell.This means all life processes, such as reproduction, feeding, digestion, and excretion, occur in one cell.Amoebas, bacteria, and plankton are just some types of unicellular Organisms.They are typically microscopic and cannot be seen with the naked eye.
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39. While most Organisms in the soil are good, a few are bad and can hurt crops
40. This paper presents the reviews of scientific papers published in 2018 issues on the effects of anthropogenic pollution on the aquatic Organisms dwelling in freshwater ecosystem at global scale
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41. Organisms constantly process information from the world around them to make predictions about the future
42. All Organisms have the potential to become resistant to carbapenems
43. Organisms of greatest concern include the Enterobacteriaceae family
44. Common Organisms in this family include E
45. Other Organisms that can become resistant to carbapenems that are highly concerning include Acinetobacter and Pseudomonas species.
46. Genetically modified Organisms may provide a sustainable solution to traditional farming by increasing crop yields and decreasing the amount of pesticides and herbicides used
47. Order - divides Organisms within a class based on a taxonomy key or a specific checklist of characteristics unique to each Order
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48. Family - divides Organisms within a particular class into groups which share so many common characteristics that they are believed to …
49. Research Organisms may also reveal novel biological processes that can become important technologies for use in research or medicine
50. The Organisms generally live in close relationship with the substrate bottom and many are permanently attached to the bottom
51. Benthos are the Organisms that live in the benthic zone, and are different from those elsewhere in the water column
52. Biogenic gas is created by methanogenic Organisms in marshes, bogs, landfills, and shallow sediments.
53. Or descriptions, the student will compare variations and adaptations of Organisms in different ecosystems.
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54. These Organisms are also common in soil and play a vital role in ammonia oxidation
55.  The combined domains of archaea and bacteria make up the most diverse and abundant group of Organisms on Earth and inhabit practically all environments where the temperature is below +140 °C.
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56. The search for "universal laws of growth, innovation, sustainability, and the pace of life in Organisms, cities, and companies," is just beginning