Science Chapter 2 Reproduction and Survival
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stages do not appear very different from earlier stages
organisms make these when they reproduce.
this is when an organism does not have to learn something.
This is an exact copy of the parents.
This is how long an organism is expected to live in the wild.
This is where it has a different body form in each stage.
This is the pattern of birth, growth, reproduction, and death in a species.
This is an outer layer of protection.
This means to reproduce, in which offspring grow on the parents body before breaking off to grow on their own.
During the larva stage a butterfly appears to be a worm like organism, called a caterpillar.
what is a learned behavior?
A learned behavior is when an animal changes its behavior through experience.
what is heredity?
When you inherit traits from your parents.
which organism can reproduce through regeneration? sea star or dragonfly
during incomplete metamorphosis, what does it mean when an insect molts?
Molts mean in other case shedding their skin.
what happens during the pupa stage?
The pupa develops adult tissues and organs.
KNOW THE LIFE CYCLE OF A BUTTERFLY.
Egg, larva, pupa, and then adult.
life function of cells
what shrinks a population
predators and diseases
how do animals reproduce
with either two parents or one parent
when a whole animal develops from just a part of the original animal
what is the male and female cell called
the female is an egg and the male is a sperm
when an egg and sperm join and an offspring is produced
when a fertilized egg grows
a set of action that a living thing has at birth
a series of different body forms
a young insect
to focus on a specific job
move from one place to another
partner for reproduction