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Chp. 10 Study Guide

crustacean has 2-3 bady sections, 5 or more pairs of legs, 2 pair antennnae
arachnids has 2 body sections, 8 legs, no antennae
centipedes has 2 body sections with 2 pairs of legs per segment; predator
millipedes has 2 body sections with 1 pair legs per segment; scavenger
molting process of shedding the outgrown exoskeleton
metamorphosis life cycle process where larva undergo dramatic changes to develop into an adult
gills organs that remove oxygen from the water
cilia tiny hair-like structures that move water over the gills
radula flexible ribbon of tiny teeth
cephalopod the most intelligent mollusk with a complex nervous system
bivalve filter feeder with 2 shells
gastropod has a single shell or no shell w/ a broad foot
decomposer eats waste & dead org.
food chain series of events where one org. eats another
echinoderm has 5-part radial symmetry
water vascular tube system fluid-filled tubes for movement and getting food
endoskeleton internal support to the body
Ex. of insects (3) beetles,butterflies, cicadas
Which body section are insect wings attached to? thorax
1LC- Insect life begins as a tiny, hard-shelled, fertilized ______. egg
2LC- Immature form of the insect that looks very diff. from the adult is a _____. larva
3ILC- The insect is enclosed in a protective covering. The insect at this stage is called a _____. pupa
4ILC- When its development is complete, the _______ leaves the pupal case. It feeds and finds mates. adult
In gradual meta., the egg hatches into a _______ , which looks much like a small adult. nymph
3 classification groups of mollusks gastropods, bivalves, cephalopods
4 major classification groups of arachnids spiders, mites, scorpions, ticks
A pill bug belongs to which arthropod group? crustacean
4 major groups of enchinoderms sea stars, brittle stars, sea urchins, and sea cucumbers
biological control natural predator or disease released into an area to fight a harmful insect (ladybugs for aphids)
ecology study of food chains/other ways that org. interact w/ their env.
complete meta. egg, larva, pupa, adult
gradual meta. nymph - molts - adult
antenna appendage attached to the head that contains sense organs
exoskeleton outer skeleton (support)
arthropods invert., exoskeleton, segm. body, appendages, bilat. symm., open circ. sys., 2-way digestive sys., most sexual reprod.
mollusks invert., soft/unsegm. bodies usually covered by shell, mantle w/ foot organ
Created by: MadFran