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enviornmental tech B


adductor A muscle that draws a body part, such as a finger, an arm, or a toe, inward toward the median axis of the body or of an extremity.
antnnae one of the jointed, movable, sensory appendages occurring in pairs on the heads of insects and most other arthropods.
appendages any member of the body diverging from the axial trunk.
asexually having no sex or sexual organs. Independent of sexual processes, especially not involving the union of male and female germ cells.
assimilation the total process of plant nutrition, including photosynthesis and the absorption of raw materials
bivalve any mollusk, as the oyster, clam, scallop, or mussel, of the class Bivalvia, having two shells hinged together, a soft body, and lamellate gills
bloom the flower of a plant.
calcareous calcium carbonate; chalky: calcareous earth.
carnivores an animal that eats flesh.
chlorophyll the green coloring matter of leaves and plants, essential to the production of carbohydrates by photosynthesis, and occurring in a bluish-black form, C 55 H 72 MgN 4 O 5 (chlorophyll a), and a dark-green form, C 55 H 70 MgN 4 O 6 (chlorophyll b).
decapods any crustacean of the order Decapoda, having five pairs of walking legs, including the crabs, lobsters, crayfish, prawns, and shrimps.
diffusion act of diffusing; state of being diffused.
ectothermic a cold-blooded animal
fusiform spindle-shaped; rounded and tapering from the middle toward each end, as some roots.
gametes a mature sexual reproductive cell, as a sperm or egg, that unites with another cell to form a new organism
gastropods any mollusk of the class Gastropoda, comprising the snails, whelks, slugs, etc.
herbivores a herbivorous animal.
homocercal having an equally divided tail, characteristic of adult modern bony fishes.
incubation the act or process of incubating.
inorganic not having the structure or organization characteristic of living bodies.
macrophytes a plant, especially a marine plant, large enough to be visible to the naked eye.
mantle a single or paired outgrowth of the body wall that lines the inner surface of the valves of the shell in mollusks and brachiopods.
molting (of birds, insects, reptiles, etc.) to cast or shed the feathers, skin, or the like, that will be replaced by a new growth.
omnivores someone or something that is omnivorous.
phycocolloids phycocolloids
phytoplantion phytoplantion
ploysccharide ploysaccharide
protandrous protandrous
regeneration regeneration
rotifers rotifers
semipermeable semipermeable
siphon siphon
spores spores
terrestrial terrestrial
zooplankton zooplankton
zygote zygote
Created by: TK421