The chemical responsible for inheritance--the passing on of traits from parent organisms to their offspring.
Plants use water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight in the food-making process called:
The generation-to-generation change in the proportion of different inherited genes in a population is called:
"BLANK" contain nuclei that separate DNA from the rest of the cell.
Cells without a "BLANK" are called prokaryotic cells.
A(an) "BLANK" is an inherited trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce in its particular environment.