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Ms T'sClassification

Understand terms relating to classification of animals

TermDefinition
vertebrates Animal with a spine, or backbone
invertebrates Animals without a spine, or backbone
classify to sort, or put into groups
warm-blooded animals whose body temperature stays the same
cold-blooded animals whose body temperature changes with their surrounding
mammals warm blooded vertebrate, feeds its young milk
amphibians cold blooded vertebrate with moist skin, who breathes with gills and lungs
reptiles cold blooded vertebrate with dry skin, who breathes with lungs
vascular Plants that have tubes
nonvascular plants that do NOT have tubes
reproduce to make more of the same
spore a tiny cell that can grow into a new plant
xylem tubes that carry nutrients and water from the roots to other parts of the
phloem tubes that carry nutrients from the leaves to the rest of the plants
gymnosperm a plant producing naked seeds (pine)
angiosperm A plant producing protected seeds ( fruit, flowers)
birds warm blooded vertebrates with feathers, and lay eggs
fish coldblooded vertebrates with scales, who breathe with gills
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