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This picture shows a sunflower which is a long day plant because it has to have light for a certain amount

of time before flowering

This picture shows bread which contains a large amount of carbohydrates.

This picture shows a carrot which is a demonstration of a modified root because it evolved to store more food in the roots for the plant.

This picture shows a bottle of detergent because it contains various different enzymes within it.

This picture illustrates mating practices between two bears.

This picture demonstrates the dominant phenotype of brown eyes.

This picture demonstrates a redox reaction because the fire and its fuel are reacting with the surrounding oxygen altering the amount of electrons of each of the reacting products.

This picture of an earthworm demonstrates a hermaphrodite since the earthworm has both male and female reproductive parts.

This picture is of body hair. It demonstrates a vestigial structure because humans have been able to use tactic to both avoid predators and gain food no longer needing a protective layer of hair.

This picture demonstrates a non polar covalent bond because oil is not polar and it bonds by sharing electrons.

This chicken egg demonstrates an amniotic egg because it is filled with fluid in side of an amniotic sack which is impermeable by water.

This image of a bottle of wine demonstrates fermentation because the sugar from the grapes interacts with the yeast creating ethanol, a common alcohol.

This image demonstrates a biome because it contains several plants and animals that could only survive in its area, more specifically it is part of a deciduous forest.

This image of my dog urinating demonstrates homeostasis because in order to maintain homeostasis he must get rid of wastes.

This image demonstrates a polar covalent bond because water does not evenly distribute charge and shares electrons when bonding.

This image shows epithelial tissue because skin is used to protect the inner body of humans.

This image shows a modified leaf of a plant because the plant evolved to have sharp, prickly leaves to keep animals from eating it.

This image shows the cuticle of a tree because you can see the shiny layer over the leaf which is the cuticle.

This image shows a segmented body because moths have bodies that are broken up into different sections or segments.

This image of a butterfly shows a pollinator because butterflies land on flowers and spread the pollen to other flowers

This picture shows a gymnosperm leaf because it comes from a pine tree which produces pine cones with seeds on the outside of a cone

This image shows a gymnosperm cone because it has seeds on the outside of the cone and comes from a pine tree, a known gymnosperm.

This image shows an autotroph because the grass produces its own food.

This image shows an exoskeleton because ants have a skeleton on the outside of their body rather than the inside like humans.

This image shows lichens growing along a fallen branch.

This image shows pollen, on the inside of the flower.

This image of kudzu demonstrates an introduced species since it is found in North America but originated in Japan and was carried to the Americas.

This image shows a group of buffalo grazing, which is why they are herbivores because they only eat producers.

This picture shows a eukaryote because all animals are mad up of eukaryotic cells

This image shows a heterotroph because she has to attain her food from other things;, she cant produce her own

This image shows an ectotherm because butterflies adjust their wings to gather heat from the sun.

This image shows seed dispersion because the sweet gum tree these gumballs came from dropped them to the ground to spread the seeds inside of them

This image shows a carnivore because a hawks diet is completely comprised of other consumers.

This image shows the stamen and anther of a flower (the stamen is the stem from the base of the petals and the anther is on top if that)

This image of a turtle demonstrates a second level consumer because turtles eat the first level which is made up of producers.

This image shows the xylem in a tree which is locates between the cambium and the heartwood at the center. (Between the rings)

This image shows an adaptation to a plant because the plant has adapted to over protect itself when it is harmed and the lump at the end of this stick shows this reaction.

This image shows genetic variability within a population because each person is part of the same population, but all four have different skin color, height, weight, hair color, etc.

This image represents the phloem which is located just inside of the of the outer bark of the tree.

This image shows protein because peanuts have a large amount of protein in them.

This image shows meristem because the point the arrow is pointing to is the portion of the plant that can grow.

This picture shows detritovores because mushrooms survive by eating dead and decaying material.

This image shows radial symmetry because the orange is alike in its make up and divided into equal sections in a circular pattern.

This image shows a CAM plant which means the plant leaves the stomata closed during the day and opens them at night, storing the carbon dioxide until it can be used.

This image shows a modified stem of a plant. Roses have attained thrones along their stems to keep animals away from them.

This image shows an endotherm because humans generate enough heat within their body to control temperature themselves without any other heat source.

This image demonstrates cephalization because humans have a distinct head that houses many of the main parts of the nervous system, the eyes, mouth, nose , and ears.

This image shows a population because there is a group of the same organisms in the same environment together.

This image shows prokaryotes because within this water, which I gathered from a fountain of still water, are many bacteria, archaea, and other single celled organisms without a cell membrane or nucleus.

This final image shows the homologous structure of legs which can be traced back to the ancestor of all mammals that first began to use lags to walks on.

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