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Kennedy Science

Chapter 2

ecosystem all the living and nonliving things working together in an area
climate the kind of weather an area has over time
emergent layer the tops of trees in a rain forest
canopy the layer just under the tops of the trees in a rain forest, where most plants and animals live
pollen a powdery material that flowers need to make seeds
stamen the part of a plant where pollen comes from
pistil the part of a plant where seeds are made
pollination the movement of pollen to the seed-making part of a flower
nectar a sweet liquid formed inside flowers
endangered few left of this kind of living thing
extinct none of this kind of living thing left alive today
adaptation a body feature or way of acting that helps a living thing survive in its environment
camouflage how a living thing might not be seen because it blends into its surroundings
mimicry how an animal may look like some kind of other living thing