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science notes 170054

science wovab

refers to the arrangement of the individual parts of an object symmetry
animals that do not have a backbone invertebrates
hollow-bodied animals with 2 cell layers that are organized into tissues cnidarians
vase-shaped body of the sea anemone polyp
free-swimming bell-shaped body of a jelly fish that is called medusa
soft-bodied invertebrates mollusks
thin layer of tissue that covers the mullusk's soft body mantle
organs in which carbon dioxide from the animal is exchanged for oxygen in the water gills
a scratchy tonge-like organ radula
do not have blood wessels to contain their blood open circulatory system
which blood is carried through blood vessels instead of surrounding the organs closed circulatory system
animals that have jointed appendages arthropods
structures such as claws, legs, and antennae that grows from the body appendages
rigid body covering exoskeleton
the change in body form metamorphosis
Created by: rckadams