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blume ch 12 vocab

what is an animal with a backbone? a vertebrate
what is a type of cell that lines the inside of a sponge? a colla cell
what is a stage in development between egg and adult? the larva
what is remaining attached to one place? sessile
what is the ability of an organism to reproduce its own body parts? regeneration
what is an animal called that produces both sperm and eggs? a hermaphrodite
what is a group name meaning "stinging cells" a cnidaria
what is an armlike structure that has stinging cells? a tentacle
what is a cnidarian body plan that is shaped like a tube or vase? a polyp
what is a bell-shaped body plan of cnidarian? a medusa
what is an organism that does not depend on another organism for food or a place to live? free-living
what is an organism that obtains food by filtering it from the water in which it lives? a filter feeder
what is an animal that does not have a backbone? an invertebrate
what is an opening at the end of the digestive tract where waste leaves? an anus
what ia an animal that eats plants and animals? an omnivore
what is this an example of? the non-venomous king snake looks like the venomous coral snake mimicry
what is this an example of ? the stripes on a tiger help it hide is in tall grasses camouflage
what animal eats only plants or parts of plants? a herbivore
Created by: Akimball1