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Ch 7 Houghton Mifflin 5th grade Science

Amphibians Animal with smooth, moist skin; it has gills when young and then develops lungs when older. Frogs, toads, and salamanders are amphibians
Angiosperm A vascular plant that produces seeds from flowers.
Bacteria small single celled organisms that do not have a nucleus.
Cnidarian invertebrates with radial symmetry, a saclike body, a true mouth, and the ability to digest food.
Dichotomous Key a tool used to identify organisms based on contrasting pairs of characteristics.
Fungi a kingdom of organisms, with a nucleus that get nutruients by decomposing other organisms.
Gymnosperm a vascular plant that produces seeds, but not flowers or fruits.
Invertebrates an animal without a backbone.
Kingdom the highest level of biological classification.
Nonvascular lacking a water transport system.
Protists a single-celled or multicellular organism that may share characteristics with plants, fungi, and animals
Protozoa animal- like protists, including amoebas and parameciums
Symmetry matching form on opposites sides of a dividing line.
Vascular having a tube like water-transport system.
Vertebrate an animal with a backbone.
Archaebacteria meaning "ancient bacteria", a kingdom of single celled living thinkgs that resemble eubacteria but typically live in extreme weather.
Eubacteria meaning "true bacteria", a kingdom of single-celled living things that lack a nucleus and are found in most every environment.
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