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end of year test...HUGE

conjugation when a cell transfers its genetic material to another cell without cell division, still changing the cells DNA
binary fission a type of asexual production when one parent cell breaks into two daughter cells
endoskeleton an internal supporting skeleton found inside vertebrates
exoskeleton a hard enternal skeleton found on the bodies of invertebrates
arachnids they have a hard exoskeleton and jointed appendages for movement examples: spiders ticks and mites
crustaceans they mostly live in water. the have a hard external shell which protects them. example: crad lobster barnicle
insects invertebrate that has an exoskeleton that covers their whole body. example: butterfly bee ant
arthropods invertebrate the are seperated into three different groups: insects crustaceans arachnids. they have limbs of joints that allow them to move
mollusk they have a protecting hard shell and use their "foot" to move. they are invertebrates. example: snail slug oyster clam squid octopus
heterotrophan animal who cannot make their own food example: Human
autotroph an animal who can make their own food example: Plant
worms invrtebrate whose bodies are divided into segments. example: earthworm round worm flatworm
echinoderm invertebrate that central part contains their organs and mouth for feeding example: sea star sea urchin sand dollar sea cucumber
vertebrate animal with a back bone or spinal colmn
invertebrate an animal without a back bone or spinal colmn
birds vertabrate that can fly. they have large chest muscles hollow bones feathers. they are warm blooded xample: eagle
fish vertebrate that spends their life in water. they are cold blooded and have a swim bladder. three groups bony jawless and cartaligous. Example: Shark
amphibains vertebrates that spend the begining of their llife in water, and then later on land. cold blooded. example: toad frog
ectothermic when animals have a variable body temperature that regulates by their external enviroment
reptiles cold blooded vertebrate that breath with lungs and have scale covered skin. they lay eggs example: turtle snake lizard crocidile
endothermic animals who have a constant warm body temperature thats internally regulated. another name is warm blooded
marsupials mammals who are born young and under developed. they use pouches to raise their young. example: kangeroo
monotremes mammal that lays eggs example: platapus
mammary gland female organs that produce milk for their young
mammal vertebrate that has fur. females have mammary glands while pregnant.
Created by: MandMc