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The Great Outdoors

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S: Jackie Delgado

FC: The Great Outdoors | Biology Scavenger Hunt

1: Wilderness Explorer | What a beautiful view! | Jackie Delgado AP Biology period 8

2: Endotherm | Ectotherm | Eukaryote | Snake; reptile: Cold-blooded animal | Warm blooded animal | animal cells are typical eukaryote cells | Animals that have their skeleton outside

3: the preying of one animal on other animals. Snakes prey on rats and other animals in just one bite! | Predation | Exoskeleton | The many characteristics of animals... | So many animals | Animals usually insects have their skeleton outside

4: Gymnosperm Cone: seeds are not enclosed in an ovary; "naked seed"

5: Lichen a fungus that grows along with algae | Pholem living tissue in plants that carries nutrients | Autotroph producer, plants that make their own food from the sun

6: Pollen a powdery substance, usually yellow, consisting of pollen grains produced by male anthers of a flower | Plant adaptations features that allow plants to live, for example the dry dirt allows cactus to live

7: Pollinator vector, such as a humming bird, that moves the pollen from male anthers to female stigma

8: Asexual Reproduction formation of a single organism without gametes; when you cut a rose, let the stem grow, plant it & a rose blooms | Bilateral Symmetry Symmetry only in one plane

9: Analogous Structure feature of different species that are similar in function but not in structure. Ex: the wings of a bird & insect | Radial Symmetry symmetry around a central axis

10: Modified leaf of a plant a normal leaf assigned to specific functions. Ex: Aloe vera has thick leaves to store enough water

11: Bark Scorpion the most dangerous of all | Animal Adaptations A change in habit/behavior of an animal species that enable it to better survive within its environment

12: Heterotroph an organism that cannot make its own food and depends on complex organic substances for nutrition

13: Dominant vs. Recessive Phenotype Dominant and recessive alleles are always present in forming a phenotype. Recessive alleles will not show up even if there is one dominant allele. Dominant alleles dominate over recessive alleles. Ex: I have brown eyes and my grandma has green eyes.

14: Frond an often large, finely divided leaf, especially as applied to ferns and certain palms | Hermaphrodite an organism having both female & male parts such as a worm or snail

15: Long-day Plant plants that begin to grow when the days are longer, during the summer. Ex: spinach, lettuce | Flower Ovary | Seed Dispersal the movement or transport of seed away from the parent plant through wind, rain, etc.

16: Lower Montane Forest

17: Desert Biome | Biomes of Sierra Nevada

18: Bread | Soda | Pasta | Corn | Types of Carbohydrates | Sugar

19: Types of Proteins | Meat | Egg | Peanut Butter | Milk | Hair (keratin)

20: Different Alleles for the same Trait... | Eye color | Father and son have a different color on their coat | Hairy and non-hairy | Different color of leave form the same plant | color of the same type of bird

21: Distinguishing characteristics b/w monocots and dicots | Monocot: Flowers that divide by three Secondary growth, Soft or thick bark Grass | Dicot: are mostly flowers

22: Organisms in different kingdoms (Native to Nevada) | Bighorn Sheep | Desert Cottontail

23: Pine Tree | Sagebush | Pallid Bat | Desert Cottontail

24: Snail | Scorpion | Worm

25: Rough Harvester Ant | Organisms in different animal phyla | Beetle

26: Sagebush | Fern | Cactus

27: Pine tree | Organisms in different plant divisions | Native to Nevada

28: Dog | Organisms of the same class but different orders

29: People | Sea Lion | Desert Cottontail | Desert Cottontail | Horse

30: Bushes, ferns... | Organisms in same order but different family

31: Organisms in same genus but different species | Snakes, lizards

32: Worm | Plants (Producer) | Birds | Desert Cottontail (rabbit)

33: "Bod cat" | Organisms on different levels of the same food chain | Native to Nevada

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