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Cubangbang #128630

Cubangbang 7thA Ch. 17 Vertebrates Stack #128630

Group of animals that have a backbone. Vertebrate
an internal skeleton; usually made of cartilage and bone endoskeletons
the strong supporting structure of vertebrates bone
a flexible supporting tissue that make up part or all of some animals skeletons cartilage
a series of similar bones that support the body and protect the spinal cord vertebral column
the group of bones that cover and protect the brain skull
blood the carries an abundant amount of oxygen oxygenated blood
blood that contains little oxygen deoxygenated blood
respiratory structure in fish and other aquatic organisms; exchanges oxygen and carbon dioxide in the water gills
an organ that exchanges gases between the atmosphere and the blood lungs
the muscle that separates the thorax from the abdomen in mammals and humans; aids breathing diaphram
the part of the nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord central nervous system
an organ that coordinates the bodily functions; made of the nerve tissue brain
the cord of the nerve tissue that conducts messages between the brain and the rest of the body spinal cord
the prat of the nervous system consisting of senesory receotirs, sensory organs, and nerves that connect to the central nervous system peripheral nervous system
an organ that consists of many sensory receptors functioning the eye or the ear sensory organs
a saclike portion of the digestive tract; preforms mechanical and chemical digestion stomach
the digestive organ in which most of the digestion and absorption of food occurs small intestine
the organ that produces bile, helps to regulate substances in the blood, and stores minerals and vitamins liver
an organ that secretes enzymes into the small intestine to help preform digestion; also secretes the hormone insulin into the bloodstream pancreas
the part of the digestive tract that extends from the end of the small intestine to the anus; absorbs water and minerals large intestine
an organ that filters wastes from the blood kidneys
the tube that carries wastes away from the urinary bladder ureter
an organ that temporarily stores the fluide wastes from the kidney; a reservoir for urine urinary bladder
a dormant state involving a slowing of the life processes; permits certain animals to survive winter conditions hibernation
a dormant state involving a slowing of life processes that permits certain animals to survive hot , dry weather estivation
the teeth that form a tiny ridge around the rim of a frog's upper jaw maxillary teeth
the tube that is connected to the stomach esophagus
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