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Mr. Lenz's Review

Fish, Amphibians, and Reptiles vocabulary review

An animal that has a backbone Vertebrate
An animal that can use body heat from chemical reactions to maitain a constant body temperature Endotherm
A organism that needs outside sources of heat to keep its body warm Ectoterm
Sense organs on the side of a fish that detect vibrations in the water Lateral Line
A respritory organ that that removes oxygen from the water and exchanges carbon dioxide in the blood Gill
A gas-filled sac that is used to control buoyancy Swim Bladder
A respiratory organ in which oxygen from the air is exchanged with carbon dioxide from the blood Lung
The aquatic fish-shaped larva of a frog or toad Tadpole
A phase in the life cycle of many animals during which a rapid change from immature from to adult form takes place. Metamorphosis
A type of egg that is surrounded by a shell and laid by reptiles, mammals and birds. Amniotic egg
Fan-shaped structures that help fishes move. Fins
Bony structures that cover a fishes body Scales
The female lays unfertilized eggs in the water, and the male drops sperm on them. External fertilization
The male deposits sperm inside the female Internal fertilization
Hagfish and lampreys belong to this group of fish Jawless fish
Sharks belong to this group of fish Cartilaginous fishes
Ninety-five percent of all fishes belong to this group Bony fishes
Legless amphibians found in tropical areas of Asia, Africa, and South America Caecilians
Four legged amphibians that live under stones and logs in the woods of North America. Salamanders
90% of all amphibians Fros and toads
A group of animals that spend part of their lives in water and part on land Amphibians
Animals whose thick skin allows them to live away from water and lay eggs with shells Reptiles
4 legged, shelled reptiles that live on land Tortoises
4 legged shelled reptiles that lie in the water Turtles
4 legged meat eating reptiles with eyes on the top of their heads and spend most of their time in the water. Crocodiles and alligators
Meat eating reptiles that kill their prey by squeezing or poison Snakes
Reptiles that eat small insects, worms, or plants. Some can break off their tails when threatened. Lizards
Giant reptiles that live on only a few islands off the coast of New Zealand Tuataras
Created by: lenzt