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A group of organisms that can mate with each other and produce offspring which can also mate and reproduce Species
An organism that makes its own food Autotroph
The process by which a new organism forms from joining of two sex cells Sexual reproduction
The joining of egg and sperm Fertilization
The process by which a single organism produces a new organism identical to itself. Asexual reproduction
A characteristic that helps an organism survive in its environment or reproduce Adaptation
An animal that can only eat plants Herbivores
An animal that only eats other animals Carnivores
A carnivore that hunts and kills other animals and has adaptations that help it capture the animals it preys upon. Predators
An animal that a predator feeds upon Prey
An animal that eats plants and animals Omnivores
One of about 35 major groups into which biologists classify members of the animal kingdom. Phylum
An animal that does not have a backbone. Invertebrate
An animal that has a backbone. Vertebrae
An organism that cannot make food for itself, and must obtain food by eating other organisms Heterotroph
The quality of being divided into two equal halves Bilateral symmertry
The quality of having many lines that pass through the center Radial symmetry
No symmetry Asymmetry
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