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are smaller and move slower than vertebrates invertebrates
invertebrates also make up the largest part of the animal kingdom which is about what percent 97 percent
characteristics of animals all digest food; multicellular; contain collagen; get energy from other organisms
do not have backbones and most do not have internal support structures invertebrates
are used to move and to pulll open prey tube feet
do not have exoskeleton but have endoskeletons (T/F) echinoderms
are also known as roundworms nematodes
pharyngeal puches are located between the ________ and _________ (Multiple choice) mouth, digestive system
make up the largest group of of arthropods insects
the major groups of vertebrates are: (multiple choice) fish, amphibians, reptiles birds, and mammals
3 classes of fish bony fish, cartilaginous fish, and jawless
jellyfish- ___________ symmetry (fill in the blank) radial
reptiles breathe through lungs
2 groups of invertebrates belong to the phylum Chordata- tunicates and lancelets
most vertebrates lack a _________ that provide support (fill in the blank) backbone
majority of chordates are ___________ (fill in the blank) vertebrates
sponge- _________ symmetry (fill in the blank) asymmetrical
spinal cord connects the nerves to the brain
digestive systes of vertebrates have ___ openings 2
Trout- example of bony fish
most fish belong to hte class of bony fish
lamprey- __________ fish jawless
fish move through the water using fins
skate- _______________ fish cartilaginous
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