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Blume ch. 13.3

What does Arthropoda mean Jointed foot
What are Arthropods used for Moving about, capturing prey, feeding, molting, sensing their environment
Arthopods have __________ symmetry Bilateral
Arthropods have _______ bodies Segmented
Arthropods have __________ system Digestive
Arthropods reproduce ________ sexually
What is the joining of Arthropods toes appendage
What is the hard outer covering on an arthropod Exoskeleton
What is the process of an exoskeleton shed by a new skeleton Molting
What are ioenigns on the abdomen and Thorax Spiracle
What is a series of changes Metamorphis
Where do arthropods live The environment
What is the Arthropods size Big
How do Arthropods make sure their new exoskelton have room to grow They split then grow
What is the largest ant Arthropods
Created by: aarash