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Chapter 3 Lesson 3.

A type of camouflage in which the color of an animal blends in with the animal’s background is protective _____________.
a) coloration
b) resemblance
c) mimicry
d) adaptaion

Any characteristic that helps an organism survive in a certain environment is a(an)_______________________.
a) coloration
b) adaptation
c) resemblance
d) camouflage

An organism that matches the color, shape, and texture of its environment is using protective _________________.
a) camouflage
b) coloration
c) resemblance
d) mimicry

A type of coloring, shape, or pattern that allows an organism to blend in with its environment is ___________________.
a) coloration
b) resemblance
c) mimicry
d) camouflage

An adaptation in which an animal is protected against predators by its resemblance to an unpleasant or dangerous animal is ___________.
a) mimicry
b) adaptation
c) camouflage
d) coloration

Some animals demonstrate __________________, the ability to look like another animal that a predator finds unpleasant.
a) streamlined
b) mimicry
c) camouflage
d) water

Plants, such as milkweed, contain _______________________ that make predators avoid them.
a) prey
b) water
c) poisons
d) cactus

Ocean animals are more ______________ than land animals so that they can swim faster.
a) water
b) mimicry
c) seasons
d) streamlined

Plants such as the _______________ have thick, waxy stems that conserve ___________ in environments that are hot and dry.
a) cactus and water
b) water and cactus
c) cactus and poisons
d) poisons and cactus

Prey can use ____________________ to blend in with their environments.
a) seasons
b) camouflage
c) streamlined
d) mimicry

Some adaptations developed because of predator - ________________ relationships.
a) cactus
b) mimicry
c) prey
d) water

Plants in cold climates have shortened growing ________________.
a) mimicry
b) poisons
c) water
d) seasons

Any characteristic that helps and organism survive in its environment is a(an)
a) niche
b) mimicry
c) adaptation
d) abiotic factor

A color, shape, or pattern that allows an organism to blend in with its environment is called.
a) camouflage
b) mimicry
c) mutualism
d) symbiosis

A type of camouflage in which the color of an animal blends with its background is
a) protective resemblance
b) protective coloration
c) commensalism
d) adaptive coloring

An adaptation in which an animal is protected by its resemblance to an unpleasant animal that predators avoid is called
a) camouflage
b) parasitism
c) symbiosis
d) mimicry

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