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Adam Lipnicki ?:)

Blume Ch 13.1

What does arthropod mean? joined foot
What are the appendages on a arthropod used for? (5 things) moving about, capturing prey, feeding, mating, and sensing their environment
How do most arthropods reproduce? sexually
What does appendage mean? joined structures of arthropods, such as legs, wings, or antennae
What does exoskeleton mean? thick, hard, outer covering that protects and supports arthropod bodies and provides places for muscles to attach
What does molting mean? shedding and replacing of an arthropod's exoskeleton
What does spiracle mean? openings in the abdomen and thorax of insects through which air enters and waste gases leave
What does metamorphosis mean? process in which many insect species can change their body form to become adults; can be complete or incomplete
Where do arthropods live? wide range of environments and avoid their enemies
Arthropods size? (big or small) small
Describe exoskeletons. tough, flexible, waterproof
What are the three sections of segmented bodies? head, thorax, and abdomen
How do arthropods make sure they have room in their exoskeleton? they shed
Created by: alipnicki