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science chapter 11 s

What is asymmetry A animal that can not be divided into mirror images
What is radial symmetry A animals body that can be divided into mirror images through the central axsis
What is Bilateral symmetry Can be divided into to parts that are nearly mirror images
What is a vertebrate A animal with a backbone
What is a invertebrate Animal with no backbone
Name the nine phyla Proifera, Cnidaria,platyhelminthes, nematoda, Mollusca, Annelida, Arthropada,Echindorada, Chordata,
What is the Animal classification organisem Kingdom Amelia
How is the animal classification classified. Phylum, symmetry, DNA, backbone or no backbone (vertebrate or invertebrate)
What phylum has a hard cover covering their body Echonodermida
What phylum has bodies made up of segments covered in thin cuticles Annelida
What phylum uses Nemocitys used to capture food Cnidaia
Flat softend bodies with only a few cells thick Platyhelminthes
Jointed appendeges Arthropods
What phylum has Soft bodies hard shells Mulliska
What is a appendage Stucture such as a arm or a leg that extends from the central part of the body
Which does not belong Cnidairans sponges or jellyfish sponges
What is a exoskeleton Thick hard outer coverings that protect and support the animals bodies
What is a Chordate A animal that has a, a nerve cord, a tail and structures called pharyngeal
What is a notochord A flexible rod shaped structure that supports the body of a devolving chordate
Give some examples of a vertebrate Answers may vary_ us deer bears
Give example of reptile Crocodile, lizard, snake
Give example of a bird Blue jays, cardinals
Give examples of some fish Rays marlins sharks
Give a example of a amphibian Frog
Where is a pharyngeal pouch Between the mouth and the digestive system
What is the gills function Absorb oxygen through water
Gills function To help the fish swim
Describe the lampry fish No jaws nickname the "Jawless" example- boney fish
Why is the boney fish called the boney fish It has bones
Why is the cartalgeinous fish called that It has internal structures made of cartalige
Example of bony fish Marlin and blob fish
Chachterstics of a Sponge+ phylum Asymmetry/ live in water, animal, no organs no tissue porifera
Jellyfish sea anemone characteristics and phylum Radial symmetry, live in water, have no organs or organ systems, single body open surrounded by tentacles. Cnidaira
flatworm characteristics and phylum Bilateral symmetry, digestive systems with one opening have a brain, flat. Platyhelminthes
Roundworm phylum and characteristics Bilateral symetry, simple brains, round, cuticle covering, two opening Platyhelminthes
Crabs characteristics and phylum Billateral symmetry, exoskeltions,several pairs of jointed appendages, live in almost every enviorment. Echinodermata
Earth worm characteristics and phylum Billateral symmetry, simple brain circlelutiry system, segmented a, soft bodies, blood and blood vessels Annelida
Mollusks characteristics Billateral symmetry, contains blood and drain, soft; two openings eys;
Arthropods characteristics Billateral symmetry, exoskeltions,several pairs of jointed appendages, live in almost every enviorment
Star fish characteristics Spiny skin, ratioal symmetry, more related to vertabras then any other phlay, hard plates in skin, live in the ocean, complete digestive system, tube feet .
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