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    Directions: To solve the Biology and CELLS word puzzle, put a single answer in each fill-in-the-blanks sentence. The correct vocabulary answers are in the Biology and CELLS vocabulary list.
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    Vocabulary Word List: Biology vocabulary list:
    COMPARTMENT, COMPOSE, COORDINATE, HEREDITY, IGNORE, INEVITABLE, MITOSIS, MULTICELLULAR, MUTATION, ORGANELLE, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, PROFOUND, SCENARIO, SPONTANEOUSLY, UNICELLULAR

    Biology and Cells Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  Over millions of years, changes in genes, called , have combined to create different plants and animals. (p.15)
    2)  Neither of these is reality yet. (p. 16)
    3)  Scientists have learned that even bacteria can communicate with each other to their behavior. (p. 3)
    4)  Creatures, including people, which are made up of two or more cells are . (p. 3)
    5)  Janssen hit on an invention that made the discovery of cells . (p. 12)
    6)  Proteins are made by . (p. 5)
    7)  It states that all life on Earth is of cells. (p. 13)
    8)  For instance, people believed that maggots grew out of rotten meat. (p. 13)
    9)  His work is for decades, but by 1900 it becomes the foundation of genetics, the study of genes. (p. 12)
    10)  Cork looked to him as if it were constructed of dozens of tiny rectangular . (p. 4)
    11)  Genes are the most basic unit of . (p. 3)
    12)  This process -called - supplies plants with energy. (p. 5)
    13)  Creatures made up of one cell are . (p. 3)
    14)  Genetic engineering - making changes in an organism\'s genetic material - has already had a impact on our world. (p. 16)
    15)  During , a cell splits itself into two. (p. 9)