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Animalia Kingdom

SLS Bio 11- Animalia Kingdom CP

TermDefinition
Asexual Reproduction A type of reproduction by which the offspring of an organism arises from a single organism alone.
Cell The structural function of all organisms and biological unit, there are both multicellular and unicellular.
Cephalization The nervous control, the concentration of sense organs. The front end of the organism which forms the head.
Closed Circulatory System A type of system in the organism which pumps blood from the heart to vessels.
Coelom The main body cavity in an multicellular animals situated inside the body to surround the digestive tract and other organs in the body.
Colonial Many organisms living in together in close association.
Fluid Feeding Fluid feeders are organisms that feed off of other organisms fluids, feeding on blood or nectar.
Endoskeleton The internal skeleton, such as bones of vertebrates.
Exoskeleton The external skeleton that supports the animals internal organs and body from being damaged.
Filter Feeding Filter feeders are animals that suspend that nutriments from water by filtering, by passing the water by a filter.
Free-living Living independently from another organism.
Internal Transport When materials are moved throughout an organism, which helps supply heat and blood supply.
Invertebrates Animalia that does not have a backbone.
Life Functions There are many life functions, they are the essentials to how animals have to live their life.
Medusa A form of Cnidaria in the body which is shaped like an umbrella.
Motility/ Motile The ability to move actively and or on instinct to consume energy in the process.
Multicellular An organism that consist of more then one cell.
Niche The relational positioning of a species or population in an ecosystem.
Open Circulatory System Pumps blood into a hemocoel with the blood coming back the the circulation system in between cells.
Organ A group of tissue joined together in a structural unit for common functions.
Organ system A anatomical structure that serves specific uses or task in a organism.
Parasite/parasitic An organism that lives off another organism for nutriments.
Polyp An organism that has a fixed base, columnar body and tentacles.
Reproduction When two animals or one animal creates an offspring.
Respiration The action of breathing.
Sessile An immobile organism.
Sexual reproduction The production of a new living organism, by using the genetics of two separate organisms.
Symmetry Being made up of exactly similar parts facing each other.
Tissue Any distinct material a animal is made up of.
Vertebral column The backbone or spine of an organism.
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