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Animilia

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What are the characteristics of Animals? eukaryotic multicellular heterotrophic no cell wall mobile sexual
How are animals classified? Vertebrate Levels of organization Number of body layers Symmetry/body plans Body cavity Segmentation Movement reproduction
What are the 5 Phyla of Animal kingdom? sponges mollusks chordates echinoderms arthropods
What are the phylums in the invertebrates? sponges mollusks echinoderms arthropods
what are the phylums in the vertebrates? chordates
What are the characteristics of sponges? no tissues no organs asymmetrical body plan
What are the characteristics of mollusks? Octopuses+snails bilateral symmetry 3 layers of cells coelom (fluid filled body cavity providing space for development and suspension of organs and organ systems) 2 body openings soft body and hard shell
What are the characteristics of Echinoderms? marine animals radial symmetry spiny endoskeleton tube feet
What are the characteristics of arthropods? largest animal phylum jointed foot has exoskeleton
What are the characteristics of amphibians? cold blooded breathe with lungs and gills smooth moist skin no scales lay eggs
what are the characteristics of birds? warm blooded lay eggs feathers and wings 2 legs breathe with lungs have bills or beaks
What are the characteristics of fish? cold blooded breathe with gills lay eggs have fins
What are the characteristics of mammals? warm blooded have hair/fur produce milk for offspring give live birth breathe with lungs
what are the characteristics of reptiles cold blooded breathe with lungs lay eggs dry scaly skin
Created by: Jtboner