Remember to re-read the highlighted sections of your "Adaptation and Survival" article.

Also, learn all the vocabulary words from the article.


Know the difference between the three special types of structural adaptations we learned: Protective coloring, protective resemblence, and mimicry.


Be sure that you can tell the difference between structural and behavioral adaptations.

A structural adaptation is a noun. It is a part of an organism's body that helps them eat, avoid being eaten, or reproduce. Example: A hawk's eyes can see in ultra violet light.


A behavioral adaptaion is a verb. It is not a body part but an action, or behavior, that an organism does. Example: Morning glories are flowers that open their petals during the day and close them at night. Opening and closing their petals at different times is a behavior.


Sometimes you can word something as a structural or behavioral adaptation. So pay special attention to how the adaptation is worded. Example: Dogs use scent glands to mark their territory. The scent glands are a structural adaptation, but marking their territory is a behavioral adaptation.


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