Biology

Describe the traits that distinguish animals from other organisms

Explain the diversity of invertebrates, chordates, and primates using the theory of evolution

Describe the structures and body systems of animals that allow them to maintain homeostasis

Describe the structures and body systems of animals that allow them to sense and respond to their environment

Describe animal behavior

Explain the concept of natural selection

Explain how species evolve

Describe the classification of organisms by biologists

Explain why fossils have been important in establishing current thinking about the history of life on Earth

Describe the human circulatory, respiratory, digestive, and excretory systems and explain how these systems work together to maintain homeostasis

Describe the human nervous system and explain how this system controls body functions






FIY this isn't a test or anything it's a practice worksheet

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  1. Then, for heavens sakes, take advantage of this practice worksheet. It was given to you so you could learn by finding your own answers.

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