Hair follicle: A small cavity surrounding the root of a hair.
Harvest: To collect or gather.
Herbivore: A plant-feeding animal.
Heredity: Physical features passed from parent to offspring through genes.
Hibernation: A period of inactivity during the winter.
Hormones: Chemicals that circulate in the blood that stimulate tissues and organs.
Hydrozoans: A group of water-dwelling organisms without backbones that includes jellyfish.
Hypermetamorphosis: Development of insect larvae that have two or more distinctive body forms.
Instar: The stage between molts in arthropods.
Invertebrate: An animal without a backbone, such as an insect or earthworm.
Invertebrate zoologist: A scientist who studies animals without backbones.
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