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7th Science 6-7

Test 5 Ch. 6-7

The science of classification is? taxonomy
Plants with vascular systems are called? tracheophytes
Organisms that live in or on other organisms and obtain nutrients from them are called? parasites
The internal organs of a mollusk are contained in the? visceral hump
What term is used to refer to a distinct type of organisms? species
The largest mammal is the ? blue whale
Plants without vascular systems are known as bryophytes
Which plant without a vascular system often forms a lush, green coating on moist surfaces? moss
The bristles found on segmented worms are called setae
The front cutting teeth of a mammal are called incisors
Why do scientists prefer scientific names to common names same organisms may have several common names and different organisms may have the same common name
The man who developed a modern definition of the word species was John Ray
The only animals that have a diaphragm are mammals
Mammals whose young develop in a uterus or womb are called placental mammals
The slow-moving arboreal mammal with large claws is the sloth
The special system by which bats are able to find their insect prey is echolocation
The most important basis for classifying living things? body structure
Who is considered the Father of Taxonomy Carolus Linnaeus
What term refers to animals with backbones vertebrates
What are tiny one-celled reproductive structures produced by certain nonseed plants spores
What plant has leaves called fronds fern
Name one of the three types of nonseed vascular plants fern, horsetail, club moss
The term that refers to animals without backbones is invertebrates
The two groups of seed plants are angiosperms and gymnospersms
The term that refers to a dormant winter slate in which body temperature drops close to the freezing point hibernation
The number of chambers in a mammal's heart is four
The term that refers to an internal skeleton is endoskeleton
The term that refers to animals that eat primarily plants is herbivore
The term used to refer to animals that regulate their body temperature internally is warm-blooded
Biologists who study animals are called zoologists
The only mammals that can actually fly are bats
What are the 7 levels of Linnaeus's classification system? kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
Includes flukes, tapeworms and planarians flatworms
includes starfish and sand dollars echinoderms
marine animals covered with spines echinoderms
includes coral coelenterates
pore-bearers sponges
invertebrates that often have an external shell mollusks
the only multicellular animals without nervous systems sponges
have a muscular foot mollusks
includes earthworms and leeches segmented worms
have tentacles with stinging cells coelenterates
Created by: Harrison83