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Life science test Reveiw

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Fish Eggs
Laid in water, soft, no shell, provide food, same as amphibians
Amniotic eggs
Laid on land, has shell, provides food and water and protection, reptile and birds eggs
Fish
scales, fins, gills, lay eggs in water, ectotherm
Amphibians
must stay by water, have tail and legs, have lungs, lay hundreds of eggs, ectotherm
Reptiles
Thick skin and scales, tails and legs, lungs, lay few amniotic eggs on land, ectotherm
Birds
Feathers, wings, lungs, lay amniotic eggs on land, endothermic
mammals
Hair, legs, lungs, live birth, no shell, endothermic
Protista
have a nucleus and complex organelles, divers-variety, cells walls made of cellulose, single-celled,
autotrophs
traps solar energy and convert it to chemical energy through photosynthesis, plant like protist
Heterotrophs
get energy by capturing and ingesting food, animal like protist
Saprotrophs
absorb nutrients from dead matter, fungus like protist
ovary
Swollen base of the pistil and inside are ovules and eggs
stigma
sticky tip on top of style and catches pollen
sepal
outermost rings modify leaves that protect the bud
petal
brightly colored leaf shaped parts of a flower
Pistil
female part of flower found at the center part of a flower includes stigma, style and ovary
stamen
male reproductive part of a flower that includes the anther and filament
anther
upper proportion of the stamen where pollen is produced
filament
thin stem-like part of the stamen that supports the anther
Style
slender middle proportion of the pistil
pollen tube
small tube in the pistil that sperm cells travel through to get inside the ovary
egg
female sex cell used in reproduction
Sperm
male sex cell, used in reproduction, also known as pollen