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7th Science Test 10

Chapters 10-11

What is the hard shell that covers the cephalothorax of some crustaceans called carapace
what are crustacean's claw-tipped legs called chelipeds
Spiders are in what groups arachnids
A cell that contains cellulose, large vacuoles and chloroplasts would belong to a plant
The body regions of arachnids are head, thorax, abdomen
The four elements that compose cells are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen
What wormlike arthropod has many body segments with 2 pairs of legs on every segment millipede
The transmission of characteristics from parent to offspring is called heredity
Which group of algae do kelps belong to brown
Organisms that obtain nourishment from dead organisms are saprophytes
What do mycologists study fungi
Who is the Father of Microbiology Van Leeuwenhoek
Which of the following is a club fungus mushroom
What disease does plasmodium cause malaria
What pair of appendages does an arachnid use for seizing and crushing prey chelicerae
An organism that makes its own food is a autotroph
Microorganisms that move using hairlike projections are called ciliates
The general term for microorganisms that are found near the water's surface and provide food for larger organisms is plankton
A ? structure is too small to be seen without magnification microscopic
the 2 main groups of spiders are true spiders and mygalomorphs
parasitic club fungi include smuts and rusts
the jellylike substance in cells that contains organelles cytoplasm
organelles in plant cells that enable them to carry out photosynthesis chloroplasts
control center of the cell nucleus
surrounds and protects the cell cell membrane
strengthens plant cell walls cellulose
storage spaces vacuoles
Who discovered the cell of cork Robert Hooke
what information storing substance does the nucleus contain DNA
What respiratory structure of arachnids has "pages" that exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide book lungs
what are the units through which characteristics are passed from parent to offspring genes
What is the name for the entire mass of hyphae that forms the body of fungus mycelium
what are single celled animal like organisms called protozoa
what does a sarcodine use to move pseudopods
What is the cell theory all living things are composed of cells and reproduce cell products; cells come from preexisting cells
ten footed crustaceans decapods
the only terrestrial crustacean wood lice
have only one eye copepods
also called water fleas Daphnia
examples include lobsters, crabs, crayfish decapods
crustaceans that in adulthood attach permanently to an object barnacles
form a significant part of marine plankton krill
What is a prokaryote single celled organism without organizes nuclei; contains bacteria like blue green algae
What is a Eukaryote organisms with organized nuclei; contains plants, animals, fungi and protozoa
Created by: Harrison83