Lab Nov. 2

disneykayla's version from 2015-10-29 14:53


Question Answer
No internal skeleton, soft bodied or shelled, or have an exoskeletonInvertebrates
3 Examples of soft-bodied animalsTapeworms, roundworms, heartworms (dogs by mosquitos), and earthworms (most advance)
What is a vector?Parasite from one host to another
2 Examples of shelled animalsMussels and snails
What is the single largest group of invertebrates?Insects (3 pairs of legs and 3 body parts, most have wings
4 examples of insectsButterflies, beetles, grasshoopers, and true bugs
Nerve cord protected in backbone, internal skeleton, may be mobile or non movingVertebrates
3 Examples of fish Gar, Sunfish, and Mosquitofish
2 examples of amphibiansCrawfish frog, central newt (live in moist areas)
3 examples of reptilesBox turtle, horned lizard, copperhead
3 examples of birdsScreech Owl, meadowlark (state bird), and wood duck
4 types of mammalsOpossum, least shrew, wood rat, big brown rat
entirely aquatic, scales on most species, bony, egg laying Fish
Mucus on skin, semi acquatic, shed skins,some toxic glandsAmphibians
scales on skin, dry skin, characteristic forms, some snakes are venomousReptile
Designed for flight, songsBirds
Hair, mammary glands, only one marsupial in the regionMammals
Soft bodied inside a protective shellShelled animals
May have muscle tissue but no hard protectionSoft-bodied animals
What is the sequence of complete metamorphosisEgg, larva, pupa, adult (butterflies and moths)
What is the sequence of incomplete metamorphosisEgg, nymph, adult (grasshoppers)
Frog metamorphosisEggs, larva (tadpole; aquatic), adult
Salamander metamorphosisEgg, larva, adult; could never reach adult stage
All lizards and turtles do what?lay eggs buried in ground and do not stay with the nest
Snakes will do what of 2 thingslay eggs or bear live young
What is the single marsupial in the US?Opposum
The common earthworm are what?Hermaphrodites; cannot self-fertilize, but two can join
An animals behavior correlates with what 3 thingsform, life cycle, or environment
study solitary and colonial behavior of animals to understand why they funcitonEthology
human body maintaining relatively constant balance at optimal conditionsHomeostasis
Regulatory system featuresSensing mechanism must be sensitive to change, mechanism must be present to permit response, method of communication between the two is necessary
What coodrdinate activities in various parts of the bodyNervous system

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