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Plants and Animals

Vascular and Nonvascular Pants, Vertebrates and Invertebrates

tube-like tissue to carry nutrients vascular
Mosses and Ferns reproduce by these Spores
grow low to the ground nonvascular
grow in damp areas nonvascular
rose bush vascular
green algae nonvascular
Oak Tree Vascular
Sunflower Vascular
Celery Vascular
Grass Vascular
Liverwort Nonvascular
moss Nonvascular
Ferns Vascular
Dogwood Tree Vascular
Less than 5% of animals are classified as this type Vertebrate
Live in Water; have gills to take in Oxygen from Water Fish
Smooth skin; part of life in water and part on land; three heart chambers Amphibians
Scaly skin; Most live on land, but some in water; 14% of vertebrates are this type; three heart chambers Reptiles
have hair or fur on their bodies for a skin covering; drink milk from their mother's bodies Mammals
feathers and wings; most can fly; reproduce by laying hard-shelled eggs Birds
A little over 95% of animals are this type Invertebrates
corals, sponges, and jellyfish simplest invertebrates
shell that protects their soft bodies Mollusks
Live in salt water; body parts in multiples of 5 Echinoderms
body parts in segments; includes Crustaceans, spiders, and insects Arthropods
hard exterior shell; 5 pairs of jointed limbs Custeaceans
2 body segments; 8 legs Spiders
Antennae, jaws, and three body segments; more of this species on Earth that all other animal species combined Insects
animals with backbones Vertebrates
animals without backbones Invertebrates
vascular and nonvascular Plants
vertebrates and invertebrates animals
do not make food from sunlight; feed on dead or decaying organisms Fungi
one-celled organisms with a nucleus Protists
Bacteria is in this group Monera
multi-cellular organisms that produce their own food Plants
Feed on decayed material Fungi
some kinds live in large colonies that look like a single organism Protists
more of this on Earth than any other living thing Bacteria
Classified by the way they reproduce-seeds or spores Plants
absorb nutrients from other organisms Fungi
Includes Amoebas and Algae Protists
Live on humans and organisms-even inside them Monera
Yeasts are in this category. Fungi
Created by: lkcasteel