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Organism Survival

What is the definition for a living form of life composed of various vital processes? Organism
What are two main things that a living organism need to live? Water and Nutrients
What are substances that help organisms survive and grow? Nutrients
What is the means for animals or plants to suit themselves to the areas they are living in? Adaptation
What is the basic structural unit of all organisms known as? Cells
What is a structure that contains the undeveloped plant and a supply of food for the plants development? The Seed
What is plant cell process called when energy is transferred to live and grow? Photosynthesis
What is the transfer of pollen from the plant’s stamen to the ovary of the plant called? Pollination
What is the tiny green structures that contains in plant cells chlorophyll, found in leaf cells is called? Chloroplast
What is the green substance in plant leaves that captures the energy in sunlight? Chlorophyll
All living things go through a process of stages of growth & development, what is this known as? Life Cycle
Insects go through what life cycle that starts when they are young and they develop into adults? Metamorphosis
What are animals with a backbone and lives in water when they are young and on land when they are adults? (Frog are an example) Amphibians
What are the “children” that are reproduced from parents called? Offspring
Animals survive by experience and knowledge what they learn, what body structures that help animals learn and react? Sense Organs
What is it called when animals have to spend the winter in a dormant condition, as bears and other animals do? Hibernation
What is the process of animals when they move from one place to another due to temperature or instinct? Migration
What is the ability of moving from one place to another known as to humans, animals, or any living organism? Movement
What is the adaptations that help organism survive known as? Behavior
What are meat eating animals known as? Carnivores
What organism needs a little or a lot water and nutrients in order to survive? A Plant
What are the three types of animals that exist in the earth? Herbivores, Carnivores, & Omnivores
What are plant eating animals called? Herbivores
What are animals that eat both plants and animals to survive called? Omnivores
If dears only eats grass that has grown in the forest, what type of animals do that make them? Herbivores
If a pack of wolves kill and eat a deer or moose, that type of animals are they? Carnivores
If baboons eat meat from a flamingo and later eat plants for survival, what type of animals are they? Omnivore
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