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science u

unit 5 review

a group of organisms that have the same characteristics and are able to produce offspring that can reproduce species
an inherited trait that helps a species survive in its environment adaptation
a permanent change in DNA that occurs when DNA copies itself mutation
a process that results in changes in the genetic make up of a species over a very long period of time evolution
the idea that those organisms best adapted to their environment will be the ones most likely to survive and reproduce- CHARLES DARWIN NATURAL SELECTION
an adaptation that involves body parts or color structural adaptation
all of the organisms that live in a certain place population
an adaptation that involves a body part's job of controlling a life process physiological adaptation
an action that aids in survival behavioral adaptation
an inherited behavior instinct
a quick, automatic response to a stimulus reflex
what are the six basic life processes? 1. take in energy 2. release energy in food 3. use energy for body processes 3. producing and excreting wastes 5. respond to the environment 6. reproduce
the actions displayed by living things towards their environment behavior
coloring that helps to conceal animals by letting them blend into their environment camouflage
an animal that feeds mainly on other animals carnivore
an animal that feeds mainly on plants herbivore
an animal that lives by capturing and eating other animals predator
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