Detritovore: This crab is a detritovore because detritovores are creatures that gain nutrients from decomposing things. Crabs eat pieces of dead fish (or other sea life) making it a detritovore.
Flower Ovary: This watermelon comes from a flower ovary. Fruits (like this watermelon) are ripened fruit ovaries
Gymnosperm leaf: The needles of a pine tree are considered a gymnosperm leaf because it comes from a gymnosperm tree (the pine tree). The pine tree is a gymnosperm tree because of unenclosed condition of their seeds.
Ethylene: This is a picture of ethylene because it's a picture of a ripe baby tomato. Ethylene is an organic compound in ripening fruits.
Animal with a segmented body: This ant is an animal with a segmented body because, well, its body is segmented in three parts. The ant is segmented into three parts: a head, a thorax and an abdomen.
Cuticle layer of a plant: This plant has a cuticle layer because a cuticle layer on a plant is what makes some plants look waxy. The cuticle layer is a non-cellular protective layer covering the outer cell layer of the green, parts of plants.
Eukaryote: This tree is eukaryote because it is a multicellular organism whose cells contains a distinct membrane-bound nucleus.
ATP: This picture is of ATP because plants use sunlight in their chloroplasts to make sugars (glucose) and animals will consume the plants to absorb the sugars. Inside the animal, the sugars are used in the mitochondria to make ATP.
Epithelial tissue: Epithelial tissue is tissue that is made of many layers of tightly packed cells that form a protective layer (like skin).
C3, C4, CAM Plant: A C3 plant is a plant that uses carbon fixation in a different way than other plants. It is called this because of the 3-carbon molecule that is present in the first product of carbon fixation.
Lichen: This is lichen because it is an organism that is formed by the symbiotic association of a fungus and an alga and occurs as bushy growths on tree trunks
Rhizome: Ginger is a rhizome because it continuously grows horizontally, underground. It is stem that puts out lateral shoots and roots at many different intervals.
Tropism: This is a picture of my knee. It is related to tropism because tropisms are involutary reactions or reflexes caused by stimulus (like when a doctor knocks on a patients knee during a physical).
Pollinator: This is a bee. The bee will move from flower to flower feeding on the nectar the plants have to offer, and while the bee feeds, it picks up pollen, which it then spreads around, thus making it a pollinator.
Pollen: This is a flower. It gets pollinated by pollinators (like bees). When a bee comes to enjoy this flowers nectar, it will pick up this plants pollen.
Phloem: The Phloem is near the edges of the stem. Its primary function is to transport nutrients, especially glucose.
Connective Tissue: My hand contains connective tissue from the ligaments and tendons underneath the skin. These connective tissues allow the fingers to be moved on the hand. Connective tissue is the most abundant tissue in the human body.
Exoskeleton: This beetle is an example of exoskeleton because it has a shell. The exoskeleton is the hard outer structure (such as the shell of an insect) that provides protection to an organism.
Lipid used for energy storage: This Canola oil is an example of a lipid because its composed of triglycerides that allow animals (like humans) to produce fats that store energy.
Long Day Plant: Long day plants are plants that only flower when they are exposed to sunlight for long periods of time. These clovers are long day plants because they require sunlight for long periods of time.