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Animal Groups 2011

kingdom, phylum, etc

The porifera group has _____ body openings. 1
The porifera group does not have organs to digest food. True
Where do the porifera live? ocean
The porifera have hollow tubes. true
The porifera are covered with ____________ pores
The ______________- is an example of the porifera sponge
The Cnidaria has ____ number of body openings? 1
the Cnidaria has organs to dygest food False
the Cnidaria group lives in the ________. ocean
What group has tentacles with stinging structres? Cnidaria
what group has a soft body for their special trait Cnidaria
A sea anemone, jellyfish, and coral are ex. of what group Cnidaria
how many body openings does the platyhelminthes have 1
does the platyhelminthes have organs to digest food? yes,very little
streams ponds and in organisms is the habitat of what group platyhelminthes
a special trait, some are parasites, belongs to what group platyhelminthes
the group, platyhelminthes, has a flat body True
the marine flatworm and the planarian is some examples of what group platyhelminthes
how many body openings does the group Nematoda have 2
does the group nematoda have organs to digest food yes
the habitat of soil water and in organisms belongs to what group? nematoda
for the nematoda group is mostly made up of parasites true
the ex of the roundworm and the hookworm belong to what group nematoda
how many body openingsdoes the annelida have 1
does the annelida have organs to digest food yes
what group lives in just soil annelida
the special traits of segmant and stiff hairs belongs to what group annelida
the examples of earthworms and sandworms belongs to what group Annelida
the Echinodermate has how many body openings 2
does the group Echinodermate have organs to dygest food yes
the Echinodermate lives in the ocean true
does the Echinomate have tubelike feet and a inside skelton yes
is the Echinodermate able to regenerate yes
the ex. of sea urchin, sea star, and sand dollar belong ot what group Echinodermate
the molluska has 2 body openings true
the arthropoda has how many body openings 2
does the molluska have organs to digest food yes
does the arthropoda have organs to digest food yes
does the molluska live in water soil and sometimes rock yes
where do the artropoda live everywhere
the ____________ group has a soft body, eyes, organs that pump blood for their special traits Molluska
Small slugs, oysters, clams, muscles, scallops, octopus and squid are examples of this group. molluska
______________ has an exoskeleton arthropoda
_____________ is the largest group of all phyla. there are more than other animal arthropoda
True/False-exoskeleton does not grow with you True
_______________ has apendages that are jointed legs arthropoda
These are examples of arthropoda crabs, beetles, spiders and millipede
This group has 5 pairs of legs crustaceans
This group has ___ pair of antennae 2
How many body sections do crustraceans have 2
True or false? Crustaceans are not found everywhere. False
Crustaceans are: lobster, crab,shrimp, barnacles
Arachnids have ____ pairs of legs 4
Do arachnids have antennae? No
The habitat of arachnids are: land and fresh water
Spiders, scorpians, ticks and mites are examples of what group? arachnids
Insects have how many pairs of legs? 3
How many antennae pairs do insects have? 1
How many body sections do insects have? 3
Where are insects found? everywhere
Insects, butterflies, grasshoppers, bed bugs, bees, wasps, praying mantice are: insects
Crustaceans, arachnids, insects and millipeds and centipeds are members of what group? arthropods
Fish, amphibia, repitilia, aves and mammalia are vertebrates or invertebrates? vertebrates
ARe fish warm or cold blooded? cold
True or false-fish have gills? true
Fish live where? water
These organisms have young that develop from eggs without cells. fish
________ covers the bodies of fish scales
Fish are an examples of what group? fish
Are amphibia warm or cold blooded? cold
How do amphibia breath? first with gills and then lungs
Where do amphibia live? water and land
Which group has young that develop as eggs without shells, begin life in water and then move to land? amphibia
True or false-amphibia do not have scales true
frogs, salamanders,newts, toads are examples of: amphibia
are reptilia cold or warm blooded? cold
reptilia use ____________ to breathe? lungs
reptilia live where? land and water
how to reptilia young develop? eggs have leathery shell. They nest out of water and on land
Members of this group have scales and some shells reptilia
Lizards, alligators, crocidiles,snake are examples of: reptilia
Aves are warm/cold blooded? warm
Aves breath with? lungs
Aves lives where? land and water
How do young aves develop? from eggs with hard shells
Penguins, ducks, hummingbirds and bald eagles are examples from which group? Aves
Mammalia are warm or cold blooded? warm
What do mammalia use to breathe? lungs
True or False-Placentomammals give have live birth true
Marsupiles carry their young in a ___________ pouch
__________ are vertebrates who have young that develop from eggs monotremes
Raccoon, walrus, whales and kangaroos are examples of: mammalia
The 3 classes of fish are: agnatha, chondrichthyes, osteichthys
jawless fish like hag fish and lampreys are examples of: agnatha group
cartilage fish are: sharks, skates, rays
chondrichthyes are: cartilage fish
osteichthys examples are: bony fish like clownfish, rainbow trout and bass
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