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Life Cycle Vocabulary

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the metamorphosis from birth to adulthood life cycle
the earliest stage of a life cycle, a round object laid by a female egg
the young stage of an animal that still has to go through metamorphosis before it becomes an adult larva
an insect in its inactive, adult immature form between larva and adult (ex) chrysalis pupa
becoming full size and mature (ex) butterfly adult
the hard shelled pupa of a moth or butterfly chrysalis
a complete change from a young to an adult form metamorphosis
the aquatic larva of frogs and toads tadpole
the hard shelled pupa of a moth or butterfly chrysalis
the transfer of a specific characteristics to the animals offspring inherited traits
the length of time from the animal birth to its death life span
an animal’s young (babies) offspring
a change in a living thing due to an interaction with its environment, and cannot be inherited acquired traits
to make an offspring reproduction
process by which an animal grows in size growth
to go from one place to another in order to survive migration
the ability of an animal to blend in with its surroundings in order to survive camouflage
Created by: cbookteach
 

 



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