BC: The first picture of the tomatoes represent 'adaptation of a plant' because they are grown in the backyard where they were not originally grown and have adapted to the soil. Next, the ants on the counter represent 'heterotroph' and the chicken egg represents 'amniotic egg'. The last flower represents 'pollin' because bees will pollinate it.
FC: AP Bio. Photo Project | Coral Shivery
1: The above flower represents 'autotroph' because it is a producer, making its own food. The below flower represents 'seed dispersal' because when the wind blows, all of the seeds on the flower will spread and grow more. | T
2: The above pictures of a dog, Rusty, represent 'territorial behavior' and 'introduced species.' Territorial behavior, because in the first picture Rusty is standing next to his pee in the same spot he always goes, claiming his territory. Introdcued species because Rusty is a long haired chihuahua and chihuahuas originated in China. Below is a pine tree representing 'gymnosperm leaf' and a pine cone representing 'gynosperm cone'
3: Above is a mushroom, representing 'basidiomycetes' because they are basically fungi, and a mushroom is a fungus. The next, the leaves have been eaten by caterpillars, so it is 'parasitism' because the caterpillars destroy the leaves for nutrients to help themselves. Below is a fern, representing 'frond' and the inside of a tree representing 'cambium.'
4: The slug above represents 'hermaphrodite' because it is neither a male or female, it reproduces asexually. The dragonfly represents 'bilateral symmetry' because it is exactly the same on both sides and can be folded in half to match perfectly. Below there is a picture of a crab, representing 'exoskeleton' and a picture of a fish, the fins representing 'analogous structures.'
5: The bee on the flowers in the first picture represents 'pollinator' because it is taking pollin from the flower. The next picture represents 'lichen' because of the algae growing on the liverock in the fish tank. Below is a flower stem representing the 'cuticle layer of a plant' and the forelimbs of a human, representing 'homologous structures.'