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Cubangbang #129277

Cubangbang's 7th Ch.16 Invertebrates 2 Stack #129277

mollusk animals such as clams, snails, slugs, scallop, conchs, nautilus, squid, oysters, mussels, and octopuses
siphon it is part of an octopuses' jet propulsion where an octopus forces water through a muscular tube to move quickly through water; it is the name for the clam's feeding system as they filter food from the water
water vascular system a series of canals and tubules in echinoderms;used for movement and feeling
metamorphosis a changing of an animal's shape or form as the animal develops into an adult; complete has four stages : egg, larva, pupa, adult; incomplete has 3 stages lacks pupa stage.
echinoderms a spiney skinned invertebrate that lives in the ocean e.g a star fish, sea urchin, or sand dollar
arthropods phylum that has the most animal species; have 3 body parts and have 3 pairs of legs; insects that play a role in our world
molt means to shed scales, feathers, fur and exoskeleton
nymphs the immature stage of an insect with incomplete metamorphosis
Cephaloda Marine animals, most without a shell but have tentacles.
Ink & Siphons the way octopuses escape
Mantle soft thin skin over the clams body, part of the claims body that manufactures the materials for the shell
3 invertebrates we are learning in this chapter mollusks, arthropods, echinoderms
Compound eyes special eyes insects have
Crustacea Inveretbrates with 2 body parts and 3 pairs of legs. Fresh water, marine or terrestrial
An octopus does not die if it loses an arm true
Muscular feet what clams use to move themselves through the sand so they can obtain food by filtering it from the water
Open circulatory system Lacks capillaries, type of system a grasshopper has
excretory tubules removes wastes from an insects blood
exoskeleton an arthropod's muscles are attached to the inside of this
larva caterpillars and grubs are example of this stage
Created by: jcubangbang