1. The ability of organisms to reproduce themselves……
2. The ability of organisms to transmit their traits, properties and peculiarities of development from generation to generation….
3. The ability of organisms to acquire new traits and to differ from their ancestors….
4. Maintaining the constancy of the internal environment is called …….
5. The response to a stimulus is called ……
6. The aggregate of plants, animals, and microorganisms in a homogeneous area of land is called…..
7. The aggregate of individuals of the same species, which exist in a certain area for a long time, is called…..
8. The science that studies the structure, function, and development of the cell is called…..
9. The scientist who discovered the cell is…
10. The smallest structural unit of a living organism is called…..
11. The organic substance of which the monomer is glucose is called…..
12. The organic substance of which the monomer is an amino acid is called…..
13. An organic substance whose monomer is glycerol and fatty acids is called…..
14. In the DNA molecule, the adenine is complementary to…
15. In the DNA molecule cytosine is complementary to…
16. RNA molecule is complementary to adenine…
17. In RNA molecule cytosine is complementary to…
18. The cell’s energy stations are called…….
19. Have granules in their structure and contain chlorophyll….
20. Act as a “stomach” in the cell, break down nutrients in the cell…
21. Cell organoids that have different colors depending on the pigment they contain are called …….
22. Cell organoids that participate in reproduction and are the repository of hereditary information
23. How do somatic cells divide in a living organism?
24. Sexual cells of a living organism divide with the help of…..
25. The individual development of a living organism is called …..
26. The historical development of a living organism is called ….
27. A trait that suppresses the manifestation of another trait is called …..
28. A trait that is suppressed is called …..
29. Non-hereditary variability is otherwise called …..
30. The common ancestor of humans and great apes is…
31. List the environmental factors?
32. Organisms that feed on finished organic matter are called……
33. Organisms that create nutrients for themselves are called……
34. Organisms that turn organic residues into inorganic compounds are called……
35. A sequence of groups of organisms, each serving as food for the next is called….
9. R. Hooke.
31. Biotic, abiotic, anthropogenic
35. Food chain