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bio204.s1.d10

cava bio 204 s1.d10 1.10 Structure and Function

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The structure of an organism's body parts relates to the [-tion] of those parts. The structure of an organism's body parts relates to the function of those parts.
Structure: Skin cells are shaped like plates of [...]. Function: Skin covers and protects everything under its surface. Structure: Skin cells are shaped like plates of armor. Function: Skin covers and protects everything under its surface.
A shark's serrated teeth are for [-ing] (not tearing k12!) through flesh; just like your serrated knives at home. A shark's serrated teeth are for cutting (not tearing k12!) through flesh; just like your serrated knives at home. (you use a bread knife to cut bread; you use your hands to tear it... see the difference?)
The teeth of plant-eating animals (herbivores) are shaped to [...] up tough plant fibers. (most are generally flat with ridges). The teeth of plant-eating animals (herbivores) are shaped to grind up tough plant fibers. (most are generally flat with ridges).
Plants growing in the [...] light of a rain forest floor often have large, outspread leaves to capture more light. Plants growing in the dim light of a rain forest floor often have large, outspread leaves to capture more light.
Rabbits, deer, and other prey animals have eyes located on the [...] of their head. This placement helps the animals watch for predators all around. Rabbits, deer, and other prey animals have eyes located on the sides of their head. This placement helps the animals watch for predators all around.
The eyes of predators, on the other hand, face mainly [-ward], helping them judge how far away their prey is. The eyes of predators, on the other hand, face mainly frontward, helping them judge how far away their prey is.
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