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Unit 8/9 Review

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Fossil Fuel Formation They are formed from the growth of organisms, its burial, and compaction. Heat and pressure help turn organic material into oil, coal, and gas.
Adaptation Special features or skills that organism have or use that allow them to survive in their environment.
Inherited trait Characteristics that are passed down from parent to offspring
Instincts Are a way of thinking or behaving that come naturally. Instincts are inherited.
Learned behaviors Are skills that an organism learns through teaching and observation.
Acquired Traits Characteristics of an organism that occur after they are born (scar, tattoos)
U- Shaped Valleys Round-bottom floor valleys with nearly vertical sides. They have small hills containing sediments of many sizes. They are created by GLACIERS
Structures Refers to a specific body parts of an organism.
Function Refers to the action or behavior of a body part.
Canyon Deep narrow valley with steep sides. Canyons are formed from the weathering and erosion of flash flood rivers.
Complete Metamorphosis When insects develop in four stages. There is a complete change from one stage to the next. Butterflies, insects, bugs are examples of animals that go though it. Egg ---> Larva ---> Pupa ----> Adult
Incomplete metamorphosis Insects that have three stages of development go though complete metamorphosis. The stages are: leg ---> larva (nymph) ---> adult Dragonflies, grasshoppers, and cockroaches go though incomplete metamorphosis.
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