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Critical thinking 6. Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya are three a. organisms c. consumers b. domains d. producers 7. DNA . a. guides growth and development b. is a nucleic acid 8. An animal is a(n) a. organism b. domain c. species d. eukaryote . c. is transmitted from parents to offspring d. all of the above (choose all that apply). e. consumer f. producer g. prokaryote h. trait Digging Into Data Peacock Butterfly Predator Defenses 9. Plants are a. organisms b. a domain c. a species d. eukaryotes 10.

Different fats consist of different fatty acids. Fats with a certain arrangement of hydrogen atoms around that carbon chain are called trans fats. Small amounts of trans fats occur naturally in red meat and dairy products, but most of the trans fats that humans eat come from partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, an artificial food product. Hydrogenation, a manufacturing process that adds hydrogen atoms to a substance, changes liquid vegetable oils into solid fats. Procter & Gamble Co. developed partially hydrogenated soybean oil in 1908 as a substitute for the more expensive solid animal fats they had been using to make candles.

New species are discovered on a continuing basis. We have encountered only a fraction of the organisms that live on Earth, in part because we have explored only a fraction of its habitable regions. 2 Biologists think about nature at different levels of organization. All matter consists of atoms, which combine as molecules. Organisms consist of one or more cells, the smallest units of life. A population is a group of individuals of a species in a given area; a community is all populations of all species in a given area.

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