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1.physiological adaptation adaptation that involves a body parts job of controlling a life process.
2.response a reaction of an organism to a change in the environment.
3.stimulus a change in the environment of an organism that causes a response.
4.structural adaptatoin adaptation that involves body parts of color.
5.natural selection the idea that those organisms best adapted to their environment will be the ones most likely to survive and reproduce
6.sharks have eyes that see well in dim light.their nostrils are excellent at sensing the smell of blood in the water.
7.snakes use their tongues and a special organ in the roof of the mouth to pick up the body scent.some snakes have heat receptors along the upper margins of the lips.
8.flies taste with hairs around their mouths.thay also taste with their feet
9.moths male moths use sensory hairs on their feathers antennae to detect chemicals produced by female moths.these detectors enable them to find females during mating season.
10.squid use their large eyes to find prey and avoid danger in the dark ocean waters.
11.charles darwin founder of evolution
12.charles darwins main point of natural selection organisms usually produce more offsprng than can survive, competition exists among organisms those organisms can survive that competion are the only ones to reproduce and pass on their traits to offsprings.
13.more charles darwins main point of theory organisms beat adapt to their environments are the ones most likely to survive long enough to reproduce.parent organisms pass traits on to their offsprings.offsprins usually look like their parents but variations may occur.
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