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Animals

Lesson 1 and 2

TermDefinition
Behavioral Adaptations help survive, can be learned or instinctive.
Symbiotic Adaptations long term relationships between organisms
1. commensalism one animal benefits it, the other one does not affect it.
2. mutualism when both animals benefit
3. parasitism one animal (the parasite) benefits and harms the host.
Physical Adaptation physical features of an organism
The vorses omnivores-eat and plants herbivores- plants carnivores-meat
Tissue a group of similar cells that perform a certain function.
organ a body part that performs a certain function. Made up of tissue
organ system groups of organs working together
radial if imaginary lines can be drawn to divide it into mirror images
bilateral if only one line of symmetry can be drawn to divide it into halves that are mirror images.
asymmetrical no symmetry
Radial symmetry organisms no front or back, live in water, no heads or specialized sense organs.
bilateral symmetry organisms larger and complex, complex organ system, streamlined bodies, have heads in front with specialized sense organs and nervous system.
Created by: carly_hirshka