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AP Biology Scavenger Hunt

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Karla Soto

on 19 September 2012

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By: Karla Soto Biology Scavenger
Hunt Allows for seeds to be easily
distributed to other places with the help of rain and wind. Seed Dispersal The leaf has two sides that mirror each other. Bilateral Symmetry A group organisms of the same specie or type of plant that live in a common area. Population A substance found in plants that allow male gametes to reach the ovary of another flower. Pollen Species like this one often shed their outer shell which grows back over time. Exoskeleton Living organisms that consume other organisms as a form of energy. Heterotroph Lipids Unsoluble fats that are broken down for energy storage. Adaptation of a plant Different changes in evolution that allows plants to protect themselves from other organisms. Frond A plant that contains leaves that can be divided into segments. Epithelial Tissue Organisms such as these that have a superficial layer to protect their organs. Endotherm A variety of organism that produce heat to regulate body temperatures. Homeostasis All living organisms maintain homeostasis through processes like osmosis to bring back normal values. Predation The many ways living organisms use to catch or hide from their prey. Fermentation The process of adding yeast to a substance to make it into alcohol. Gibberellins Hormones found in plants that help regulate its processes. Cuticle Layer The top layer of plants needed for protection Animal with a
segmented body Species that have bodies with layers of sections which allow more movement. Krebs Cycle A process by which plants go through cellular respiration to obtain energy with the help of oxygen Xylem A passageway for water to travel up the roots of plants. Autotroph Living organisms that are able to create their own food through photosynthesis. Amniotic Egg An egg or sack that protects an embryo during development. ATP An energy source that plants use to regulate normal processes. Phloem Plants that transports organic material. Lichen Glycogen A sugar compound that helps store energy in living organisms. Part II Biomes Proteins Carbohydrates Alleles for the same trait Monocots & Dicots Different Kingdoms Different Plant
Divisions Same Class
Different Orders Same Order
Different Family Same Genus
Different Species Animal Phyla Different Levels On
Same Food Chain (seed inside) Algae or fungi that can grow in the presence of water.
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