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Fiber
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4
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Stomata
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They Widen
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Bones
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Nucleus
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What is the basic unit of function and structure in living organisms?
Cells
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Hypothalamus
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What is the name for a virus that infects a bacteria?
Bacteriophage
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Host Cell
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What substance in your ears helps keep germs and dirt out?
Earwax
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What kingdom would a human be in?
Animal
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What does the substance melanin control?
Color Of The Skin
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What do conifers use to hold seeds?
Pine Cones
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What are chitterlings?
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What type of muscle bends a joint in the body?
Flexor
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How many stages are in a butterfly's life cycle?
4
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What part of the flower surrounds the inside parts of the flower?
Petals
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What part of the plant gets water and nutrients to the rest of the plant?
Stem
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With what process do living creatures make more of themselves?
Reproduction
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What layer of the skin is just below the surface?
Dermis
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What do you count on a tree to tell how old it is?
Rings
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What makes up about 70 percent of most living things?
Water
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