BC: THE END AP BIOLOGY COLLECTION
FC: Kenneth Ho AP Biology Collection Terms
1: adaptation of an animal In the picture, there are ducks that live near a lake and stream while adapting to there surroundings.
2: Adaptation of a plant There are roses in the pictures that are able to adapt to the environment based on the soft and wet ground where it grows
3: Amniotic Egg Amniotic egg is any of a group of vertebrates that have an amnion during embryonic development, including reptiles, birds, and mammals. This is a picture of a chicken egg where it contains yolk to nourish the developing organism.
4: Angiosperm Angiosperm is a plant that has flowers and produces seeds enclosed within a carpel. This is a picture of an apple with seeds enclosed within a carpel.
5: Animal that has a segmented body An animal with a segmented body tends to be arthropod, vertebrate, or annelid. This is a picture of an earthworm which has a segmented body
6: Annelid An annelid are large phylum of segmented worms. This is a picture of a worm which is considered an annelid
7: Arthropod Arthropod is an invertebrate animal having an exoskeleton, a segmented body, and jointed appendages. This is a picture of a crab.
8: Basidiomycete Basidiomycete are various members of a large group of fungi bearing sexually produced spores on a basidium. This is a picture of a mushroom which is considered a basidiomycete
9: Bryophyte Bryophyte is a non vascular plants that produces neither flowers nor seeds. This is a picture of a group of mosses that grow closely together.
10: C 4 plant C4 plants is a plant that utilized the C4 carbon fixation pathway in which the CO2 is first bound to a phosphoenolpyruvate in mesophyll cell. This is a picture of a corn because it performs the C4 cycle.
11: Conifer leaf Conifer is a plant producing naked seeds in cones. This is a picture of a conifer leaf.
12: Commensalism Commensalism is a relationship between two organisms where one organism benefits without affecting the other. This is a picture of a clown fish and corals at city pet.
13: Deciduous leaf Deciduous are trees that shed their leaves annually. This is a picture of a maple leaf that tends to shed off its tree.
14: Dicot plant with flower and leaves Dicot plants are considered to be plants with two embryonic leaves. This is a picture of a sunflower.
15: Endotherm Endotherm is an organism that produces heat through internal means, such as muscle shivering or increasing its metabolism. This is a picture of a duck.
16: Exoskeleton Exoskeleton are organisms that have an external skeleton that supports and protects its body. This is a picture of a crawfish.
17: Frond Fronds are plants that have large leaves with many divisions. This is an example of a frond.
18: Gymnosperm cone Gymnosperm is a taxonomic class including plants whose seeds are not enclosed in an ovule. This is a picture of a pine cone.
19: Heartwood Heartwood is the dense inner part of a tree trunk, yielding the hardest timber. This is a picture of the dense inner part of a tree trunk.
20: Insect- Insect a small arthropod animal that has six legs and generally one or two pairs of wings. This is a picture of a grasshopper which is classified as an insect
21: Leaf gymnosperm This is a picture of a gymnosperm leaf.
22: Lepidoptera Lepidoptera is an order of insects that comprises the butterflies and moths. This is a picture of a butterfly
23: Long day plant Long day plants are plants that flower only after being exposed to light periods longer than a certain critical length. This is a picture of a potato which requires long period of exposure to light each day.
24: Modified root of a plant A modified root of a plant is a specialized or transformed root. This is an example of a plant with a different structure compared to normal roots.
25: Modified stem of a plant Modified stem of a plant is a specialized or transformed stem. This is a bamboo with a modified stem.
26: Muscle fiber Muscle fibers are elongated contractile cells that form the muscles of the body. This is a picture of a muscle where cells inside produce this muscle.
27: Mutualism Mutualism is a symbiosis that is beneficial to both organisms involved. This is a picture of a clown fish and a sea anemone at city pet.
28: Nymph stage of an insect The nymph stage is the immature form of some invertebrates, particularly insects, which undergoes gradual metamorphosis before reaching its adult stage. This is a picture of a grasshopper at its nymph stage.
29: Parasite Parasite is an organism that lives in or on another organism. This is an example of flies on a cow where the flies benefit at the expense of the other, the cow.
30: Pine cone female This is a picture of a female pine cone.
31: Pollen A fine powdery substance, typically yellow, of microscopic grains discharged from the male part of a flower. This is a picture of a flower that contains pollen inside.
32: Pollinator A pollinator is an insect that carries pollen from one flower to another. This is a picture of a bee that is considered a pollinator that moves pollen from one flower to another.
33: Protein fibrous Protein fibrous are insoluble proteins found in skeletal and connective tissue. This is a picture of hair because the keratin in our hair is a fibrous protein.
34: Scale from animal with two chambered heart This is an example of a fish with two chambered hearts.
35: Spore Spore is a minute, typically one-celled, reproductive unit capable of giving rise to a new individual without sexual fusion. This is a picture of a plant with tiny spores producing in the leaf.
36: Stem woody Stem woody are stems that are made of wood and are more firm; plants with these stems tend to live longer than two years. This is a picture of a stem that has been thickened over time.
37: Fruit dry with seed This is a picture of a pistachio with a dry seed.
38: Fruit fleshy with seed This is a picture of a strawberry with fleshy seeds.
39: Gastropod Gastropod is a class of mollusks typically having a one-piece coiled shell and flattened muscular foot with a head bearing stalked eyes. This is a picture of a snail.
40: Tendril of a plant Tendril is a slender threadlike appendage of a climbing plant. This is an example of a leaf with thread like shape that is used to climb other plants for support.
41: Thorn of a plant This is an example of a plant with hard and sharp pointed ends.