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  1. Chapter 2Life Cycles

  2. What is a kind of growth in which an organism gets larger, but doesn’t go through other changes? • Metamorphosis • Direct Development • Life Cycle • Trait

  3. What is a kind of growth in which an organism gets larger, but doesn’t go through other changes? • Metamorphosis • Direct Development • Life Cycle • Trait

  4. What is a characteristic that makes one organism different from another? • Trait • Adolescent • Gene • Adult

  5. What is a characteristic that makes one organism different from another? • Trait • Adolescent • Gene • Adult

  6. What are all of the stages a living thing goes through called? • Gene • Tuber • Life Cycle • Metamorphosis

  7. What are all of the stages a living thing goes through called? • Gene • Tuber • Life Cycle • Metamorphosis

  8. What is the process by which traits are passed from parents to offspring? • Heredity • Life Cycle • Hitchhiker’s Thumb • Genes

  9. What is the process by which traits are passed from parents to offspring? • Heredity • Life Cycle • Hitchhiker’s Thumb • Genes

  10. What are major changes in the body form during the life cycle of an animal? • Direct Development • Heredity • Trait • Metamorphosis

  11. What are major changes in the body form during the life cycle of an animal? • Direct Development • Heredity • Trait • Metamorphosis

  12. What is the basic unit of heredity? • Life Cycle • Gene • Heredity • Cells

  13. What is the basic unit of heredity? • Life Cycle • Gene • Heredity • Cells

  14. Which are examples of 2 animals that go through the molting stage? • Crickets and frogs • Snake and horseshoe crab • Birds and crocodiles • Butterflies and bees

  15. Which are examples of 2 animals that go through the molting stage? • Crickets and frogs • Snake and horseshoe crab • Birds and crocodiles • Butterflies and bees

  16. What is the 3rd stage of the Human Life Cycle? • Senior • Adult • Infant • Adolescent

  17. What is the 3rd stage of the Human Life Cycle? • Senior • Adult • Infant • Adolescent

  18. What portion of your genes do you get from your mother? • 25% • 75% • 50% • 33%

  19. What portion of your genes do you get from your mother? • 25% • 75% • 50% • 33%

  20. Which are the stages of the Human Life Cycle in order? • Infant, Child, Adolescent, Adult, Senior • Child, Adolescent, Senior, Infant, Adult • Adolescent, Child, Senior, Infant, Adult • Senior, Adult, Adolescent, Child, Infant

  21. Which are the stages of the Human Life Cycle in order? • Infant, Child, Adolescent, Adult, Senior • Child, Adolescent, Senior, Infant, Adult • Adolescent, Child, Senior, Infant, Adult • Senior, Adult, Adolescent, Child, Infant

  22. Which two animals go through direct development? • Birds and frogs • Spiders and fish • Toads and tigers • Monkeys and turtles

  23. Which two animals go through direct development? • Birds and frogs • Spiders and fish • Toads and tigers • Monkeys and turtles

  24. Which are the 4 stages of complete metamorphosis in order? • Infant, child, adolescent, adult, senior • egg, cocoon, larva, adult • larva, cocoon, adult, egg • egg, larva, cocoon, adult

  25. Which are the 4 stages of complete metamorphosis in order? • Infant, child, adolescent, adult, senior • egg, cocoon, larva, adult • larva, cocoon, adult, egg • egg, larva, cocoon, adult

  26. What portion of your genes do you get from your father? • 33% • 1/2 • 100% • 1/4

  27. What portion of your genes do you get from your father? • 33% • 1/2 • 100% • 1/4

  28. What are 3 ways in which plants grow? • Seeds, spores, asexual reproduction • asexual reproduction, flowers, spores • seeds, flowers, buds • seeds, asexual reproduction, flowers

  29. What are 3 ways in which plants grow? • Seeds, spores, asexual reproduction • asexual reproduction, flowers, spores • seeds, flowers, buds • seeds, asexual reproduction, flowers

  30. Explain in 5 or more sentences what happens to a baby kangaroo after it is born. First, Second, Third, Then, Finally,