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What are the four different types of inverdabrates? 1. Sponges 2. Cnidarians 3. Arthropods 4. Mollusks
Radial When a shape can be cut into multiple patterns and have the same pattern each time its split (Example: A Sea-Star)
Bilateral Can only be split once, which means it can be split twice and have the same pattern on the other side (Example: Frog)
A semetrical Cannot be split at all which means it doesn't have a specific pattern (Example: Sponges)
Vertebrates Animals with a backbone (Example: Mammals)
Inverdebrates Animals without a backbone (Example: Spiders)
Tissue A group of similar cells used to preform a certain task to create bones and compose organs
Organ Composed of bone tissue, nervous tissue and blood and helps keep the body alive
Exoskeleton The outer-skeleton of an animal. (Example: Clam)
Created by: Kkarli