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7th final exam

Stgs final exam flashcards-- fontenot

What is an Animal? Consumes food, multicellular, moves, heterotroph
What is the difference between an herbivore and carnivore? Herbivore-- eats plants; carnivore-- eats meat
asymmetry organism has no line of symmetry (coral)
radial symmetry organism has many lines of symmetry (annenomie)
Bilateral symmetry organism has one line of symmetry (butterfly)
What is the difference between a vertebrate and an invertebrate? vertebrate-- has a vertebrae; invertebrate-- has no vertebrae
Characteristics of a sponge feed by straining organisms from the water, reproduce both asexually and sexually
Characteristics of a cnidarian Carnivores that use their stinging cells to capture their prey and defend themselves
what are the 2 forms of a cnidarian Polyp and Medusa
what are the three major groups of worms flatworms (ex. tapeworms), roundworms (ex. ), segmented worms (ex. earth worm)
major characteristics of mollusks invertebrates with soft, unsegmented bodies that are often protected by hard outer shells, have a thin layer of tissue called a mantle, have gills, have a radula-- flexible ridge of teeth
3 major groups of mollusks gastropods (ex. snails), bivalves (ex. two shelled mollusks), cephalopods (ex.mollusks with tentacles (ex. Octopus))
Major characteristics of arhtropods An invertebrate that has an external skeleton a segmented body,and jointed attachments called appendages
5 major groups of Arthropods crustaceans (ex. crawfish), arachnids (ex. spiders), centipedes, millipedes, and insects
major characteristics of echinoderms 5-part radial symmetry, endoskeleton, and internal fluid system called a water vascular system
characteristics of a fish etcothermic vertebrate that lives in the water and has fins, obtain oxygen though gills and has scales, has a circulatory system
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