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Mrs workman invertebrate

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What are the five characteristics that all organisms in the animal kingdom have in common? 1. multi-cellular&eukaryotic 2. have specialized cells for different functions (digestion, reproduction, etc) 3. Have a protein called collagen that surrounds the cells to help them keep their shape 4. Eat other organisms (consumers) 5. digest their food
An _______ is a many felled eucaryotic organism that must find and digest its food. Animal
Animals are classified based on _____, ______, _____ ,and or______. The absence or presence of a back bone, symmetry, DNA evidence, phyla
An _____ is an animal without a backbone. Invertebrate
Give two examples of an invertebrate. Sponge, jellyfish, worm, insect, clam, and spiders
______ is the arrangement of body parts. Symmetry
______ symmetry is when body parts of an animal are arranged in a circle around a central point. These animals can be divided into two parts that nearly mirror each other. Radial
____ symmetry can be divided into two parts that nearly mirror each other. Bilateral
_____ symmetry cannot be divided into any two parts that are nearly mirror images. Asymmetric
Be able to draw and label the types of symmetry.
Porifera – simplest of animal groups, live in _1_ radial and _2_ symmetry.
Filter feeders
Sexually and asexually
1.water 2.assymmetrical
Give an example of a Porifera Sponge
_____ sexually and asexually
Tentacles and stinging cells
Live in water
Give examples of Cnidarians Hydra, jellyfish, sea anemones
____ are parasites.
Sexually and asexually
Flat bodies
Example: tapeworms, flukes, planarians
_____ have bilateral symmetry and round smooth bodies organ systems
Live in moist damp places
Round worms
Give examples of roundworms Hookworm, trinchi,and ascaris
___ – bilateral symmetry, found in water or annoys places, body cavity to hold organs, there circulatory, respiratory, excretory, digestive, muscular and reproductive systems Annelids
____ – Mantles and soft bodies, open circulatory system and close circulatory system, bilateral symmetry Mollusks
Get some example of mollusk Clams, squid, snails, oysters, slugs
Give some examples of annelids Leeches, earthworms, feather dusters
_____– Bilateral symmetry, exoskeletons, several pairs of appendages, live on every environment on earth Arthropods
What are the three major groups of arthropod Insects, arachnids, and crustacean
_____-largest order of arthropod, three pairs of jointed legs, three body segments, a pair of antennae, a pair of compound eyes, some have one or two pairs of wings Insects
_____– Type of arthropod with four pairs of joint legs, two body segments, no antennae or wings Arachnids
Give some examples of arthropods thar are insects Beatles, ants, butterfly
Give some examples of arachnid Spiders, ticks, scorpions
_____- Arthropod with one or two pairs of antennae, joined appendages in the mouth Crustacean
Give some examples of crustacean Crabs, shrimp, lobsters
____- invertebrates with a water vascular system, divided by sections, radical symmetry, tube feet to help move, reproduce sexually, can regenerate, "spiny skin", live in water Echinoderms
Give some examples of echinoderms See stars, brittle stars, sand dollars, see cucumber, Sea urchin
_\_– invertebrates with and exoskeleton and jointed legs, reproduce sexually and make nest, millipede have two pairs of legs per segment, centipedes have one pair of legs per segment Centipedes/millipedes
Insect_metamorphosis has four stages which include: egg, larva that looks nothing like in like the adult, pupa that is a resting state inside a shelter, and adult Complete
Insect_metamorphosis has three stages that include: egg, nymph that looks like an adult but without wings and smaller, and adult Incomplete
Give some examples of insects that go to complete metamorphosis Ant, butterfly, Beatles, bees, moths, fly
Give some give some examples of insects that do not go through complete metamorphosis Grasshopper, silverfish, lice, crickets

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