|a tiny building block that makes up every part of an organism
|to have a trait passed on from the parents of the organism
|the stage of complete metamorphosis, or change, after an organism hatches from its egg
|the changes that happen to an organism during its life
|a series of changes in appearance that some organisms go through
|any living thing
|the stage of complete change, or metamorphosis, where an organism is wrapped in a cocoon
|What are some ways living things react to changes around them?
|They lose leaves, hide, or run away from other animals.
|What three things do nonliving things not do?
|they do not reproduce, they do not react to changes in weather, and they do not grow and do not need to get energy.
|How do living things reproduce?
|They make babies or seeds
|What do living things need to grow?
|They need energy from food and or the sun.
|All living things are made from…
|What is a cell?
|A cell is a building block of all living things.
|What do cells do?
|They each have their own jobs to help the organism living.
|What do you need to see a cell?
|When the organism goes through a complete change from larva to adult. The larva does not look the same as the adult.
|when the organism does not change appearance throughout their life cycle. The organism only gets bigger from nymph to adult.
|What is the changes that an organism goes through during its life?
|Its life cycle
|What do plants grow from?
|Seeds or bulbs
|What do all animals start as?
|What do living things inherit from their parents?
|What are traits that are not inherited?
|These are traits that animals learn?
|Living things inherit traits from who?