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Vocab. List #12

huge bodies of air that form over water or land in tropical or polar regions air mass
ectothermic vertebrates; most can breathe through gills as young and lungs as adults amphibians
tool used to measure wind speed in mph anemometer
male part of a flower that produces pollen anther
involves only one parent; offspring are identical to parent asexual reproduction
tool used to measure air pressure in inches of mercury or millibars (mb) barometer
endothermic vertebrates – breathe with lungs, lay eggs, have feathers, a beak, 2 wings and 2 feet birds
protective coloration to survive changes in the environment camouflage
energy stored in particles of matter chemical energy
average weather conditions over a period of time climate
Created by: newtbogie