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BrettV LS Final

Blume- Life Science Ch 12 Part 1-37

organism that obtains food by filtering it from the water in which it lives filter-feeder
animal that doesn't have a backbone invertebrate
opening at the end of the digestive tract where wastes leave anus
animal with a backbone vertebrate
type of cell that lines the inside of a sponge collar cell
a stage in 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 both sperm and eggs hermaphrodite
group name meaning "stinging-cells" cnidaria
arm-like structure having stinging cells tentacle
cnidarian body plan that is shaped like a tube or vase polyp
bell-shaped body plan of cnidarians medusa
organism that does not depend on another for food or a place to live free-living
stipes help tigers hide in tall grasses using what camouflage
an animal that eats plants and animals is called a what omnivore
the non-venomous king snake looks like the venomous coral snake, what adaptation does it use mimicry
an animal that eats only plants or parts of plants herbivore
animal cells have a _______ and organelles nucleus
animals are made of many ______ cells
animals can __________ sexually; some also can reproduce asexually reproduce
animals _______ their food digest
Most animals can _______ move
_______ adaptations help animals survive physical
Large _______ protects some animals size
Protective _______ such as shells or quills help protect animals from predators coverings
Traveling in _____ can assist both predators and prey groups
Some animals use _____ or _____ to discourage predators ink; scent
________ helps other some animals blend into the environment or confuse predators Mimicry
________ is how an animal's body parts are arranged symmetry
________ animals do not have a definite shape (no symmetry) asymmetrical
_________ have a backbone vertebrates
________ do not have a backbone invertebrates
animals with _____ symmetry have parts arranged in a circle around a center point radial
animals with _______ symmetry have mirrored body halves bilateral
Created by: bvazquez