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Chapter 1

Book 2 Chapter 1

cell basic unit of structure and function in living things
tissue group of similar cells that perform a specific function
oragan a group of several different tissues
adaptation characteristics that help an organism survive or reproduce in its environment
sexual reproduction process by which a new organism develops from 2 joining cells
asexual reproduction process by which a single organism produces a new identical organism
fertilization joining of egg and sperm cells
phylum 1 of 35 major groups into which biologist classify members of the animal kingdom
vertebrates animals with a backbone
invertebrates animals without a backbone
larva immature form of an animal that looks different then adults
cnidarian invertebrates that have stinging and take food into a central body cavity
polyp vased shaped body plan
medusa bowl shaped body plan
colony a group of many individual animal
coral reef `diverse enviornment named for coral animas that make up stony structures `diverse enviornment named for coral animas that make up stony structures
Created by: mbernhardt