What are the 5 classes of veretrates?
Mammal, bird, fish, amphibians, retile
Give birth to live young, have hair or fur, have mammary glands, are warm-blooded.
lay eggs, have scales and fins, are cold-blooded, and use gills to breath under water.
live on land and in water, are cold-blooded, lay eggs, have moist skin and webbed feet.
have scales, dry skin, usually lay eggs, are cold-blooded
What are the 8 classes of invertebrates?
porifera, cnidaria, platyhelminthes, nematoda, annelida, arthropoda, mollusca, echinodermata
have pores and tissues but no organs, and live in water - example: sea sponge
do not have neads or teails, have soft bodies and poisonous tentacles, live in the water - example: sea anamones and jelly fish
have eyes, gills, a jaw, and circulartory, digestive and nervous system. Are Segmented. example: earthworm
tough outer skeleton (exoskeleton), jointed legs, and a body made up of two or more sections - example: lobster, spiders, insects
Most have a shell, gills, and a jaw. They have internal organs and a circulatory system. Some have well-developed brains. example: snails, octopuses
have a skeleton inside their bodies, spiny skin, and tube-like feet - example: starfish, sea urchins
What is the largest group of invertebrates?
What percentage of animals are invertebrates?
What characteristics do ALL mammals share?
They have mammary glands and hair (even if only a little)
What are the stages of metamorphosis of a frog?
Egg --- Todpole --- Adult frog
What are the taxonomy groups in order?
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
What are the 11 mammal groups?
Egg-laying; Flying; Toothless; Marsupials; Flesh-eating; Insect-eating; Rodents; Ungulates (hoofed); Trunk-nosed; Marine; Primates
lays eggs, has feathers and wings, are warm blooded
Animal with a back bone. There are 5 classes of vertebrates.
Animal with out a back bone. There are 8 classes of invertebrates.
a hard but flexible outer skin that protects an animal's body.
the transformation of an animal from an egg to an adult.
the body temperature of a cold-blooded animal changes in response to the temperature around it.
the body tempature of a warm-blooded animal stays constant dispite changes in the tempature around it.