Adaptation and Variation. Adaptation. Are characteristics of an organism that makes it suited to its environment. Adaptation may be: structural Behavioral Body processes Adaptations allow organisms to be more successful in its environment.
Adaptations allow organisms to be more successful in its environment.
Structural adaptation: are physical adaptations such as: broad leaves to absorb more light or birds hallow bones that allow them to fly.
Food chains are distributed among, producers, consumers and decomposers.
Decomposers: the last step in the food chain is not always obvious or even visible to us. When any organism dies or produces waste products, there is still energy that can be used by other living things.