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B1.4 Adaptations

To survive and reproduce, organisms need a supply of materials from their surroundings and other living organisms

Plants often compete with each other for light and space, and for water and nutrients from the soil
Animals often compete with each other for food, water, mates and territory. In…

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Animals and plants may be adapted to cope with specific features of their environment; these specialised
features include thorns, poisons and warning colours to deter predators' e.g.

Roses have thorns, hedgehogs have needle like spikes over the upper side of their body and can curl up to give
all round…

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