Parent and Offspring - Science Language
The physical surroundings of an organism, the habitat.
A trait passed on from the parent organism to offspring.
Learned (not inherited) from repeated reactions in the environment.
The series of events or phases an organism goes through from birth to death, or to the birth of the next generation.
The progeny of the parent organism, the children.
Any living thing made of cells.
The parent of the offspring (usually a mom and dad).
All of a species living in a given area.
Unique body or cell parts that help and organism survive (examples: snowshoe hare’s foot, leaves and petals on a plant, and stinger on a scorpion.)
A group of the same organisms sharing common traits.
A species succeeds, or lives successfully in their environment; finding food, avoiding predators, and raising young.
Inherited characteristics that set a species apart from other species.
Slight differences among individuals of a species.