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Evolution vocab

Key words used in understanding the theory of evolution

TermDefinition
Adaptation variation that helps organism live, what's built in
Asexual Reproduction single cell organism divides to form two new individuals, one parent (ex: bacteria)
Diversity large variety of organisms found on Earth
Evolution process by which species change over time
Habitat place an organism lives
Mutation change/mistake in DNA
Natural Selection process where organisms best adapted survive and pass on traits
Population group of same species in particular area
Sexual Reproduction two members/parents of same species make an offspring
Species organisms share many characteristics, identified as one kind
Variation differences in a particular population/species
Zygote fertilized egg
Created by: jpeteric