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ashlynk ch 12-1

Blume-Life Science Ch.12 part one

an animal WITH a backbone vertebrate
a type of cell that lines the inside of a sponge a collar cell
a stage of development between egg and adult larva
remaining attached to one place sessile
ability of an organism to replace body parts regeneration
an animal that produces sperm and eggs hermaphrodite
group meaning "stinging cells" cnidaria
arm-like structure having stinging cells tentacle
cnidarian body plan that is shaped like a tube or vase polyp
a bell-shaped body plan of cnidarians medusa
organism that does not depend on another for food or a place to live free-living
organism that obtains food by filtering it from the water in which it lives filter feeder
an animal that doesn't have a backbone invertebrate
an opening at the end of the digestive tract where wastes leave anus
eats plants and animals 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: stripes help tigers hide in tall grasses camouflage
eats only pants or parts of plants herbivore
animals are made of many _________ cells
animals have a ________ and organelles nucleus
animals _________ food digest
most animals can_______ move
animals _________ sexually and some, asexually reproduce
______________ is how an animal's body parts are arranged symmetry
animals with no definite shape asymmetrical
animals with _________ symmetry have body parts arranged in a circle around a center point radial
animals with __________ symmetry have mirrored body halves bilateral
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