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The passing from parent to offspring
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The passing from parent to offspring
Heredity
The continuation of life
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The continuation of life
survival
The young of an organism
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The young of an organism
offspring
Body parts that help a species to survive
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Body parts that help a species to survive
specialized structures
A certain group of plants or animals that can only reproduce among themselves
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A certain group of plants or animals that can only reproduce among themselves
species
Behaviors inherited from a parent organism
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Behaviors inherited from a parent organism
instincts
Name 2 instincts or inherited behaviors of an infant
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Name 2 instincts or inherited behaviors of an infant
crying, eating, going potty, sleeping
Name three traits a dog inherits from its parent organism
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Name three traits a dog inherits from its parent organism
fur color/type, barking, growling, shape of body, etc.
If you take a kitten who has been raised indoors were to be put outside, why would it still know how to hunt its own food?
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If you take a kitten who has been raised indoors were to be put outside, why would it still know how to hunt its own food?
instinct
Actions and behaviors that are learned through trial and error or are brought about by the environment
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Actions and behaviors that are learned through trial and error or are brought about by the environment
learned behaviors
A lizard can have snake babies if its fed the right diet
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A lizard can have snake babies if its fed the right diet
False
A lion and tiger can be bred together into a new organism
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A lion and tiger can be bred together into a new organism
True
Sometimes the grandparents of a species can be the reason a certain trait has been passed on to the offspring
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Sometimes the grandparents of a species can be the reason a certain trait has been passed on to the offspring
True
The tail of a rat is a specialized structure that helps it keep its balance when climbing or walking across narrow surfaces
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The tail of a rat is a specialized structure that helps it keep its balance when climbing or walking across narrow surfaces
True
If two parents keep having offspring together, eventually they will have two offspring that look and act exactly alike
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If two parents keep having offspring together, eventually they will have two offspring that look and act exactly alike
False
a characteristic that determines how an organism looks, acts, or functions
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a characteristic that determines how an organism looks, acts, or functions
trait
differences in the appearance of an inherited trait among the members of a species
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differences in the appearance of an inherited trait among the members of a species
variations
a trait that's passed from parent to offspring
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a trait that's passed from parent to offspring
inherited
How would a dog breeder make sure that every puppy he raises looks like a perfect little Cocker Spaniel?
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How would a dog breeder make sure that every puppy he raises looks like a perfect little Cocker Spaniel?
Make sure the mother and father are both Cocker Spaniels
Name two behaviors that a dog could gain from its environment that are not inherited from its parents
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Name two behaviors that a dog could gain from its environment that are not inherited from its parents
learning tricks, responding to its name, coming at meal times, fetching, etc
The advantage monkeys are given by their feet
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The advantage monkeys are given by their feet
good climbers
Name an animal and give 2 specialized structures of that organism
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Name an animal and give 2 specialized structures of that organism
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Name 3 of the 9 functions of specialized structures we discussed
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Name 3 of the 9 functions of specialized structures we discussed
temperature control, defense against parasites, defense against poisonous plants, defense against sunburn, defense against predators, warning to predators, mimicry, camouflage, deceiving predators, attraction of a mate
How is it that a tadpole is the offspring of a frong when their specialized structures are so different from one another?
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How is it that a tadpole is the offspring of a frong when their specialized structures are so different from one another?
The tadpole will look like the adult frog by the end of its life cycle
Three specialized structures a deer has that help it survive against predators
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Three specialized structures a deer has that help it survive against predators
fast, quiet, blends into environment, good hearing

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