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Science Evolution

Evolution The process by which organisms change overtime
Artificial selection The practice by which humans select plants and animals for breeding based on desired traits
Cell The smallest unit that can preform all life processes ; Cells contain DNA
Stimulus Anything that causes a reaction or change in an organism, or an part of an organism
DNA A molecule that is present in all living cells, and it contains the information that determines the traits that a living thing needs to live
Asexual Reproducion Reproduction that doesn't involve the union of sex cells. The offspring are the same s the parent
Sexual Reproduction Reproduction in which sex cells from two parents unite to share traits from both parents.
Homeostasis The maintenance of constant internal state in a changing environment.
Evolution The process in which inherited characteristics within a population change over generations and sometimes new species arise.
Natural Selection The process by which individuals are more adapted to their environment
Artificial Selection The human practice of breeding animals and plants to have certain desired traits
Created by: Steven.Koif