Epithelial Tissue: Epithelial tissue is membranous tissue that covers all internal organs. Epithelial tissue is also known as skin. Dogs have skin underneath their fur.

 

C4 Plant: C4 plants are plants that use carbon dioxide to create four carbon compounds that are used in photosynthesis. An example of a C4 plant is corn, pictured above. C4 plants adapt well to high temperatures and excessive sunlight.

 
 

Flower Ovary: The ovary of a flower is one of the multiple female parts of plants. The ovary contains ovules and seeds which, if fertilized, can become fruit.

 
 

Seed Dispersal: Seed dispersal is the spreading of seeds either by wind, water, or animals. Pictured above is a bird who plays a key part seed dispersal.

 
 

Detritovore: Detritovores are heterotrophs that feed on decomposing matter, similar to decomposers.

 
 
 
 

Eubacteria: Eubacteria is an archaebacteria streptococcus that is found in yogurt. This bacterium allows for milk to become yogurt.

 
 
 

Adaptation of an animal: Pictured above is a fish. Gills are an adaptation of a fish that allows the fish to live underwater.

 

Radial Symmetry: The starfish, pictured above, is an example of radial symmetry because the segments of the organism are radiating out of one central point.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Mycelium: Mycelium is the vegetative part of a fungus that has a thin threadlike structure called hyphae. An example of Mycelium is a mushroom, pictured above.

 
 

 

Mycelium: Mycelium is the vegetative part of a fungus that has a thin threadlike structure called hyphae. An example of Mycelium is a mushroom, pictured above.

 
 
 
 

Gymnosperm Leaf: Gymnosperm plants are seed bearing plants that do not produce flowers. An example of a gymnosperm plant is a pine tree. Pictured above are the leaves of a pine tree.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Glycogen: Glycogen is an energy molecule created from glucose that is stored by cells for later use. An example of glycogen is sugar which is glucose.

 
 

Auxin producing area of a plant: At the tip of the flower bud is where the auxin is created. Auxin is a growth hormone produced by plants near new roots or shoots as pictured above.

 
 
 
 
R-strategist: R-strategists are organisms that have a rapid reproductive and growth rates. An example of an R-strategist is a fish, pictured above.
 
 

Predation: Predation is the act of catching prey. Pictured above is a snake that is hiding itself in order to lure its prey onto its’ rock perch.

 
 
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