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Stages in which insects develop, grow, and change form Metamorphosis
3 stages. Egg, Nymph, Adult Incomplete Metamorphosis
An immature form of an insect that looks similar to an adult. Nymph
A hard, water proof external skeleton. Exoskeleton
The process of shedding an exoskeleton in metamorphosis. Molting
stages between molts Instar
A number of eggs in a group. Clutch
A needle like mouth-part used to uptake fluids from plants or animals. Proboscis
A place where an organism lives and provides for elements of food, water, air, and space Habitat
the study of how living things interact with each other and their environment Ecology
a single organism (Example: a mushroom, an ant, a wolf) Individual
a group of organisms of the same species populating a given area (Example: mushrooms, ants, wolves) Population
a group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the same region and interacting with each other (Example: Bees and flowers) Community
a community of organisms and their abiotic environment (Example: Bees and flowers on a sunny, rocky hillside.) Ecosystem
living factors in the environment (Example: plants and animals) Biotic
nonliving, physical features of the environment, including air, water, sunlight, soil, temperature, and climate Abiotic
Created by: Asher Abshier