WHEN ONE PARTNER BENEFITS AND THE OTHER IS HARMED, WHAT SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP IS FORMED – Parasitism
Experimental Group – In an experiment, the group of subjects or samples that are treated with a range of non-standard conditions to see how they respond to those conditions.
Imprinting – is a behavior that is learned during a critical point (often very early) in an individual's life. Imprinting enables the young the recognize members of their own species.
autotroph – organism that can capture energy from sunlight or chemicals and use it to produce its own food from inorganic compounds; also called a producer
monohybrid cross – A cross where only one trait is being tracked.
chemical reaction – one or more substances change to produce one or more different substances
phenotype – physical characteristics of an organism.
adaptation – The ability of an organism to thrive in conditions different from their native environment.
nutrients – chemical substance that an organism requires to live.
Gas exchange occurs between the alveolus and the capillary system of the cardiovascular system by crossing the _____________.
Mineral availability – A limiting factor in many ecosystems, it refers to the amount of inorganic nutrients in the soil, which can limit the amount of plant growth that is possible
multicellular organisms – Organisms that are composed of two or more cells.
atom – the smallest unit of matter that retains the properties of an element
chromatin – a complex of chromosomes and protein
Pathway C – Which pathway has factors can control both growth and division simultaneously?
Electronegativity – Atom's ability to attract and hold electrons.
Gаs exchаnge оccurs between the аlveоlus and the capillary system оf the cardiovascular system by crossing the _____________.
Heterozygous – Having different alleles for a particular trait.
Controlled variables – All the variables, other than the independent variable, that might affect the outcome of the experiment and are therefore kept the same among the different groups in the experiment. Also known as "constants."
DNA – blueprint for the genetic code known as deoxyribonucleic acid
hildenbrandia – thin algae that grow on rock in clumps or underwater surfaces and appear as red splotches