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Ans fall review

field in life science zoology, botany, anatomy, physiology, cytology, microbiology, ecology, genetics, taxonomy
cell membrane thin layer that surrounds and holds the cell together
cytoplasm the gel-like fluid
nucleus information and control center of the cell
ribosome build proteins
mitochondria provides power to the cell
vacuole store substances such as water
endoplasmic reticulum network of tubes that transport and process proteins
cell wall outer layer in plant cells, gives the cell support
chloroplast captures light energy from the sun to make food
life activities getting food, using food and removing waste, movement, sensing and responding, homeostasis, growth and development, reproduction
fish have a swim bladder
reptiles have scaly skin and leathery eggs
mammals live birth, mammary glands
amphibians smooth skin, metamorphosis
birds hard shelled eggs, warm blooded
cnidarians stinging cells
sponges pores
echinoderms water vascular system
mollusks clams, snails
arthropods external skeleton, molting, insects, crabs, spiders
roundsworms and flatworms can be parasitic
segmented worms worms with body segments
cardiac muscle found in the heart
skeletal muscle found attached to bones
smooth muscle found in the digestive system
breathing occurs as a result of pressure differences
excretory system removes wastes from the body, the main organs are the kidneys
central nervous system brain and spinal cord
homozygous dominant TT
homozygous recessive tt
heterozygous Tt
pheontype physical traits
Created by: cgiboney