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Some birds have a small, sharp beak. How does this characteristic best help birds survive?
a) It allows them to tear the flesh of their prey b) It allows them to carry materials for building nests c) It allows them to preen their feathers to keep clean and dry d) It allows them to frighten predators by making screeching sounds
Adaptation
a) The coloring, marking, or other physical appearance of an animal that makes it blend with its sur b) An adaptation that allows an animal to protect itself by looking like another animal/plant c) A physical inherited or adapted trait that helps an organism survive in its habitat d) A physical feature that helps an organism look well-groomed
Camouflage
a) The coloring or other physical appearance of an animal that makes it easier for hunters to see them b) An adaptation that allows an animal to protect itself by looking like another kind of animal/plant c) To move to another region, typically when seasons change and food supplies become scarce d) The coloring or other physical appearance of an animal that makes it blend in with its surroundings
Which characteristic of roses is most likely to change over several generations?
a) The structure of the plant's cells b) How the plant makes food c) The scent of the flowers d) How the plant responds to sunlight
Which characteristic of mice is most likely to change over several generations?
a) The number of limbs they have b) The way in which they breathe c) The structure of their cells d) The sensitivity of their smell
How did the work of Gregor Mendel change the scientific explanation about how traits were inherited?
a) Mendel showed that an organism contains miniature forms of its future offspring b) Mendel showed that every trait is controlled by two inherited elements c) Mendel showed that traits skip a generation and are inherited grandparent to grandchild d) Mendel showed that tiny particles from every part of the body of each parent became blended and prod
Which characteristic of the tomato plant is inherited and could change over several generations?
a) Color of the skin b) Size of rotten spots c) Length of worms inside d) Number of broken branches
What is the main function performed by the skin of a deer?
a) It protects the deer from the outside environment. b) It supports the deer's weight. c) It helps the deer move. d) It helps the deer maintain it's shape.
Some desert plants, like the barrel cactus, obtain water
a) Only at night. b) By producing more chlorophyll. c) By speeding up photosynthesis. d) Through shallow roots that quickly absorb whatever rain falls.
How does the ermine's heavy white fur help it in the winter?
a) It keeps the ermine warm. b) It allows the ermine to hunt prey undetected. c) It hides the ermine from predators. d) All of the above.
What are adaptations?
a) Asexual reproduction. b) Two genes working together to determine a trait. c) Changes the structure of a gene or chromosome. d) Traits that help the organism survive in their environment.
What is the benefit to the octopus of shooting out water in a fast jet?
a) It helps to get food for the octopus. b) It can move away quickly. c) It helps to eliminate waste. d) It allows the octopus to get oxygen.
Mimicry
a) To move to another region when supplies are low b) The coloring, marking, and appearance of an organism that makes it blend in with its surroundings c) An adaptation that allows an organism to hide d) An adaptation that allows an animal to protect itself by looking like a particular animal or plant
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