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adapt adjust to environmental conditions
adaptation physical or behavioral change that enables an organism to better adapt to changes in its environment
extinction the loss of an entire species
unicellular organism made up of only one cell
amoeboid movement use of pseudopods to move
flagella long, whip-like structure that some unicellular organisms use for locomotion
pseudopod "false foot" membrane surrounded by cytoplasm extended from amoeba and used for locomotion
growth increase in size due to producing new cells
development changes in the form of an organism as it proceeds to maturity
metamorphosis changes in form as an organism matures; may be complete or incomplete
photosynthesis process by which green plants use energy from the sun to make food
stimulus anything that causes a reaction by a living thing
homeostasis maintaining a stable internal environment such as constant temperature or rate of respiration
Created by: LizardMogg