Most bacteria are classified in what kingdom?
The veins of leaves contain?
xylem and phloem
Innate behavior is from?
1/3 or 75% of all animals are classified as?
What groups of animals have stinging cells?
What causes the common cold?
Slime molds are what kind of Protists?
Which organ exchanges nutrients between the baby and mother?
How do flukes attack them to their hosts?
by suckers around their mouths
The baby grows in which organ?
What is another term for the digestive tract?
What do ligaments attach?
What are the fins called that are where the gills are?
Which Protist causes malaria?
What common name do dogs and wolves share?
What does "rex" mean?
What kind of organism invades another organism's body?
What group of fish does a lamprey fish belong in?
Which muscles extend bones?
Bacilli are what shape of bacteria?
The trachea breaks into what?
What kind of circulatory does an octopus have?
a closed circulatory system
What did amphibians ascend from?
What did gill develop from?
What is the function of the petals on a flower?
they attract pollinators
What surrounds the avelloi sacs?
Where does the blood from the right ventricle go?
to the lungs
What do fish breathe with?
Where are blood cells made?
Where does the fertilization occur in?
the fallopian tubes
Where does the fertalized egg implant?
Which phylum is the sponge in?
What do the gameophytes produce?
Where does blood coming from the lungs going to the heart?
What is the body plan of the sponge?
What function is the tounge of a snake?
it smells with it/samples the air
What is the term the means "spiny skinned"?
Where are fossils usually found in?
What do the cell walls of diatoms contain?
cellulose and sillica
What does the word "arthropod" mean?
What are the blood vessels that take blood away from the heart?
What does the fluid part of the blood called?
1/4 of all animals are what species?
The word "pseudopod" means?
What is the purpose of the cuticle of a plant?
it keeps the plant from drying out
What kind of Protists are slime molds?