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physiological an a adaptation that involes bodys parts job of cornting a life prosess
Physical adaptations a structural adaptation made to a part of the body
physical characteristic relating to the structure , size or shaoe of an organism physical feature
behavioral adaptions a behavior that helps a spiese survie in its environment usally in response to some exernal stimulus
migration to move from one place to another for different parts of the year to aide in survial
hibernations a sleep like state during witch breathing and heart rates slow down
estivate a daily or longterm sleep like state that aids in an animals survial during extreme ecological
territovrv a space that animals defend or protect against of other animals of it own kind.
adaptation a triat that helps a speacses suvise in an inverment
inherited trait trait or character that is gentically inheritered or passeddown from generation to generation.
acquired trait a charactersited resulting from an organism interaction wiht the environment
gene a base unit of heredity that determines particular charactersited of an organism
chromosome stringlike structure ina cell nucleus that carries infromation controlling all of the cells activities
traits are your physical characteristics
offspring the product of the reproductive processes of an animal or plant : YOUNG, PROGENY child
variation A difference or deviation from the recognized norm or standard Genetic differences within and among species or a population blue eyes
species a class of individuals having common attributes and designated by a common name humans
Charles Darwin An english biologist who is renowned for his work and theories in his book on the origin of species by means of natural selection. His work is elaborated upon in the genetics and evolution tutorial he embarked on a five-year voyage around the world on the
natural selection A process in nature in which organisms possessing certain genotypic characteristics that make them better adjusted to an environment tend to survive, reproduce, increase in number or frequency, and therefore. treefrogs
Survival of the fittest A natural process resulting in the evolution of organisms best adapted to the environment. tree fogs
preador an animal that naturally preys on others. wolfs
prey an animal that is hunted and killed by another for food. worms are pery to birds
camouflage the disguising of military personnel, equipment, and installations by painting or covering them to make them blend in with their surroundings. comalin
symbiotic relationship when two orgimas depend on each other for suival
environmental pressure something that could affect the health or life of an animal
extinction the end of spieces
Competition rivalry between or amoug living things for resources such as food space snd shelter
Evolution a pricess that results in changes in the genetic makeup of an species over a very long period of time
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