1. MR. GAREN: Made of cells, reproduces, grows and develops, adapts to its environment, responds to stimuli, exchanges with its environment, needs and uses energy.
2. kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
3. It is the science of classification of all living beings.
4. It is written in latin, and it is composed of the genus and the species. Like the wolf's scientific name is Canis Lupus.
5. It is the place where an animal lives: it includes the geographic location and the type of shelter.
6. It is a 2nd, 3d or 4th consumer, that eats smaller animals.
7. It is animal hunted by other generally larger animals for food.
8. It is a group of individuals belonging to the same species that live in the same region at the same time.  (includes location and quantity)
9. It is a physical description of an animal about its body that allows it to survive.
10. It is a are the things organisms do to survive. For example, bird calls and migration are behavioral adaptations
11. cell membrane, mitochondria, nucleus, cytoplasm, vacuole
12. for the answers click here
13. is the role and position a species has in its environment; how it meets its needs for food and shelter, how it survives, what it does all day and how it reproduces. A species' niche includes all of its interactions other factors of its environment (includes a food chain).
14. Food chain is the interaction in 1 single line between animals. A food web shows all interactions of food chain in an entire ecosystem.
15. It is a living being (A PLANT) that uses the sun's energy to create its own food.
16. It is a living being (AN ANIMAL) that gets its energy from other living beings.
17. consumer 1st order: herbivore : eats plants (producers)
     consumer 2nd order : carnivore : eats smaller animals
     consumer 3th order (sometimes comes 4th): omnivore : eats both animals and plants.
18. behavioral
19. it is a method of reproduction that does not require a male and a female.  It is fast and low energy, but the offspring is identical to the parent.
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21. binary fission, budding, fragmentation
22. see a picture here,   basically the original living being, such as the protist in the picture, divides and gives identical twin cells.
23. A form of asexual reproduction wherein a parent organism breaks into fragments, each capable of growing independently into a new organism. This is exhibited by organisms such as annelid worms, sea stars, fungi and plants See image here
24. a new organism develops from an outgrowth or bud due to cell division at one particular site. The new organism remains attached as it grows, separating from the parent organism only when it is mature, leaving behind scar tissue. See image here
25. kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
26. Genus and species
27. Male and female partners
28. Internal fertilization: male cells and female cells meet inside the female's body. (like mammals)
      External fertilization: male cells and female cells meet outside of the female's body. (like fish) See image
29. the offspring (baby) grows fully inside the female. She gives birth to a fully developed baby. ex: all mammals
30. the female must lay eggs and sit on them for a while. This allows the baby to grow slowly, until it is ready to hatch. ex: all birds
31. the female gives birth to eggs, that hatch quickly. ex: reptiles like snakes.
32. instead of "creatures", we built birdhouses. All you have to do is open the roof to place seeds inside.
33. there is a 3D arrow drawn at the roof, showing the rotation upwards of the roof, to open it. (seen on the side view)