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Heredity Ch. 2, L1 &

Flashcards on Heredity and Life Cycles

TermDefinition
reproduce to make more of your own kind
traits a characteristic that makes one organism different from another
heredity process by which traits are passed from parents to offspring
nurture things in your life that effect you. Like where you live
gene the basic unit of heredity
learned behavior things that you can do because of what you see and hear. Example: speaking English
nurture things in your life that effect you. Like where you live
producer an organism that makes food Ex: plants make and store sugar
Inherited traits traits that can not be changed. Examples: eye color
Photosynthesis the process that uses sunlight
Producer an organism that makes food Ex: plants make and store sugar
Seed fertilized egg
Embryo tiny plant inside the seed
Germinate to begin to grow
Life Cycle the stages a living thing goes through Example: seed to seedling stage to flowering stage to fruit
Pollinate to bring pollen to a flower so it can make fruit.
Spores plants that don't make flowers reproduce by these. It takes two of these to grow a new plant. Ex: ferns and mosses
Runners a plant that sends out a stem to start a new plant. Ex: strawberries
Tubers a storage stem that can grow a new plant. Ex: potato
Grafting when a piece of a plant is attached to another plant and the two grow together. Ex: apple trees
Created by: morrismrb
 

 



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