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12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
backbone
gills
mammal
reflex
Spine
the body part that a fish uses for breathing.... (give the plura…
Animals that have hair and produce milk for their young (huma…
A simple, automatic response to a sensory stimulus, such as t…
backbone
Spine
gills
the body part that a fish uses for breathing.... (give the plura…
17 terms
Animal Structure and Function
vertebrate
invertebrate
exoskeleton
molt
an animal with a backbone
an animal without a backbone
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
to shed an animal's covering
vertebrate
an animal with a backbone
invertebrate
an animal without a backbone
10 terms
Animal Structure and Function (R)
backbone
exoskeleton
behavior
reptile
bones that connect down the middle of your back
the hard outer covering that supports the body of an insect
the way a living thing acts
an animal with dry, scaly skin, such as a lizard
backbone
bones that connect down the middle of your back
exoskeleton
the hard outer covering that supports the body of an insect
12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
backbone
exoskeleton
molt
gills
the main bone, made up of many small bones joined together, t…
a hard covering that supports and protects some animals witho…
to shed an animal's outer covering
organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians
backbone
the main bone, made up of many small bones joined together, t…
exoskeleton
a hard covering that supports and protects some animals witho…
13 terms
Animal Cell structure and function
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Rough endoplasmic reticulum
Lysosome
Cytoplasm
The endoplasmic reticulum that does not contain ribosomes on…
The endoplasmic reticulum that does contain ribosomes on its…
Sacs containing powerful digestive enzymes.
The "gel in the cell" is found inside the cell but outside th…
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
The endoplasmic reticulum that does not contain ribosomes on…
Rough endoplasmic reticulum
The endoplasmic reticulum that does contain ribosomes on its…
8.) Animal Structure and Function
Pathogen(s)
Phagocytic
Macrophage
Neutrophil(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
A phagocytic cell which engulfs bacteria before they can caus…
A phagocytic white blood cell which will attack pathogens. Ca…
Pathogen(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
Phagocytic
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
64 terms
Animal Structure & Function
Animal Tissues
Tissue Organization
Epithelial Tissue Structure
Epithelial Tissue Function
- Multiple layers of tissue which can be held together with a…
Molecules- organelles- cells- tissues- organs- organ systems
- packed cells ... - covers exterior of body... - lines organs and…
- protects against microbes, fluid loss, and injury... - secrete…
Animal Tissues
- Multiple layers of tissue which can be held together with a…
Tissue Organization
Molecules- organelles- cells- tissues- organs- organ systems
31 terms
Animal Structure and Function
anatomy
physiology
tissue
organ
THE SCIENCE OF THE STRUCTURES OF LIVING ORGANISMS
Processes and functions of an organism
A group of similar cells that perform the same function.
A collection of tissues that carry out a specialized function…
anatomy
THE SCIENCE OF THE STRUCTURES OF LIVING ORGANISMS
physiology
Processes and functions of an organism
51 terms
Animal: Structure and Function
Sphygmomanometer
Spirometer
Stethoscope
Artery
A device used to measure blood pressure
A device used to measure air capacity of the lungs
A device used to listen to someone's heart or breathing
- carry blood away from the heart... - carry oxygenated blood... -…
Sphygmomanometer
A device used to measure blood pressure
Spirometer
A device used to measure air capacity of the lungs
(Original) 8.) Animal Structure and Function
Pathogen(s)
Phagocytic
Macrophage
Neutrophil(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
A phagocytic cell which engulfs bacteria before they can caus…
A phagocytic white blood cell which will attack pathogens. Ca…
Pathogen(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
Phagocytic
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
backbone
exoskeleton
molt
gills
the main bone, made up of many small bones joined together, t…
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
to shed an animal's outer covering
organs for breathing which are found in fish and amphibians
backbone
the main bone, made up of many small bones joined together, t…
exoskeleton
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
39 terms
Animal Structure and Function
The four types of tissues
Connective tissue
Epithelial tissue
Muscle tissue
Connective, epithelial, muscle, nervous
-bind and support other tissues in the body ... -connect bone to…
-Lines body and organs... -secretion... -diffusion ... Ex. Cuboidal, c…
-all types of body movement ... -heartbeat ... Ex. Skeletal, smooth…
The four types of tissues
Connective, epithelial, muscle, nervous
Connective tissue
-bind and support other tissues in the body ... -connect bone to…
14 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Backbone
Exoskeleton
Molt
Invertebrate
The main bone, made up of many small bones joined together.
A hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
To shed an animal's outer covering.
Animal without a backbone.
Backbone
The main bone, made up of many small bones joined together.
Exoskeleton
A hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
Animal Structure and Function
hydrostatic skeleton
coelom
nerve net
undulation
a fluid-filled internal cavity surrounded by muscle tissue
fluid-filled cavity
a netlike control system that sends signals to and from all p…
use muscles in a wavelike motion to push body forward
hydrostatic skeleton
a fluid-filled internal cavity surrounded by muscle tissue
coelom
fluid-filled cavity
18 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Cold blooded
What are two ways that animals are cla…
backbone
exoskeleton
When an animal's body temperature changes with their surround…
1. Have a backbone... 2. No backbone
the main bone that runs along the middle of the back in some…
hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals w…
Cold blooded
When an animal's body temperature changes with their surround…
What are two ways that animals are cla…
1. Have a backbone... 2. No backbone
12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
amphibian
reptile
mammal
behavior
one of a large group of animals with backbones that live part…
an animal with a backbone that has a dry, scaly skin
an animal with a backbone that usually has hair on its body a…
the way a living thing acts
amphibian
one of a large group of animals with backbones that live part…
reptile
an animal with a backbone that has a dry, scaly skin
202 terms
8.) Animal Structure and Function
Pathogen(s)
Phagocytic
Macrophage
Neutrophil(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
A phagocytic cell which engulfs bacteria before they can caus…
A phagocytic white blood cell which will attack pathogens. Ca…
Pathogen(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
Phagocytic
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
202 terms
8.) Animal Structure and Function
Pathogen(s)
Phagocytic
Macrophage
Neutrophil(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
A phagocytic cell which engulfs bacteria before they can caus…
A phagocytic white blood cell which will attack pathogens. Ca…
Pathogen(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
Phagocytic
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
19 terms
animal structure and function
physiology
four main types of tissues
most abundant tissue in most animals
simple squamosal
the study of the functions of those structures
nervous, muscle, connective,epithelial
muscle tissues. It is consisting of living cells called muscl…
lining of air sac
physiology
the study of the functions of those structures
four main types of tissues
nervous, muscle, connective,epithelial
39 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissue
Organ
The study of the form of an organism's structure
The study of organism functions
-An integrated group of similar cells that perform a common f…
Made up of two or more types of tissue that together peform a…
Anatomy
The study of the form of an organism's structure
Physiology
The study of organism functions
22 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Epithelium
Connective
Muscle
Nervous
Skin, lining of organs
Bone, blood, cartilage
Skeletal, smooth, cardiac
Neurons
Epithelium
Skin, lining of organs
Connective
Bone, blood, cartilage
12 terms
Animal structure and function
backbone
exoskeleton
molt
gills
the main bone, made up of many small bones joined together, t…
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
to shed an animal's outer covering
organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians
backbone
the main bone, made up of many small bones joined together, t…
exoskeleton
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
backbone
exoskeleton
molt
gills
the main bone, made up of many small bones joined together, t…
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
to shed an animal's outer covering
organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians
backbone
the main bone, made up of many small bones joined together, t…
exoskeleton
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
backbone
exoskeleton
molt
gills
the main bone made up of many small bones joined together, th…
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
to shed an animal's outer covering
organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians
backbone
the main bone made up of many small bones joined together, th…
exoskeleton
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
backbone
exoskeleton
molt
gills
the main bone made up of many small bones joined together, th…
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
to shed an animal's outer covering
organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians
backbone
the main bone made up of many small bones joined together, th…
exoskeleton
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
18 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Crustaceans
Bristles
Antennae
Pincers
A class of mostly aquatic animals with hard, flexible shells,…
The short hairs on crayfish that help them sense things in th…
The feelers on a crayfish.
The big, jointed leg like structures in the front of the cray…
Crustaceans
A class of mostly aquatic animals with hard, flexible shells,…
Bristles
The short hairs on crayfish that help them sense things in th…
12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
backbone
exoskeleton
molt
gills
the main bone made up of many small bones joined together, th…
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
to shed an animal's outer covering
organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians
backbone
the main bone made up of many small bones joined together, th…
exoskeleton
a hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
18 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Cold blooded
What are two ways that animals are cla…
backbone
exoskeleton
When an animal's body temperature changes with their surround…
1. Have a backbone... 2. No backbone
the main bone that runs along the middle of the back in some…
hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals w…
Cold blooded
When an animal's body temperature changes with their surround…
What are two ways that animals are cla…
1. Have a backbone... 2. No backbone
14 terms
structure and function of an animal
protoplasmic
cellular
tissue
organ
all functions of life accomplished in one cell (protozoa)
1 cells of similar appearance, but functionally differentiate…
many cells in distinct groups (cnidaria)
1 tissue grouped into functional classes (platyhelminthes)
protoplasmic
all functions of life accomplished in one cell (protozoa)
cellular
1 cells of similar appearance, but functionally differentiate…
17 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Cold blooded
What are two ways that animals are cla…
backbone
exoskeleton
When an animal's body temperature changes with their surround…
1. Have a backbone... 2. No backbone
the main bone that runs along the middle of the back in some…
hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals w…
Cold blooded
When an animal's body temperature changes with their surround…
What are two ways that animals are cla…
1. Have a backbone... 2. No backbone
50 terms
Chapter 20 Animal Structure and Function
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissues
Organs
study of structures of organisms
study of the function an organism performs
groups of cells working together that all have a common struc…
groups of tissues working together
Anatomy
study of structures of organisms
Physiology
study of the function an organism performs
14 terms
Animal Cell Structure and Function
Nucleus
Ribosomes
golgi body
cell membrane
contains the DNA and controls the processes of the cell
Assist in the development of amino acids; packets of RNA and…
receives proteins and other newly formed materials from the e…
allow materials in and out of the cell; a double layer of lip…
Nucleus
contains the DNA and controls the processes of the cell
Ribosomes
Assist in the development of amino acids; packets of RNA and…
202 terms
8.) Animal Structure and Function
Pathogen(s)
Phagocytic
Macrophage
Neutrophil(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
A phagocytic cell which engulfs bacteria before they can caus…
A phagocytic white blood cell which will attack pathogens. Ca…
Pathogen(s)
Agents that cause disease and infect a wide range of animals.
Phagocytic
A __________ cell is one which performs phagocytosis on an…
158 terms
8.) Animal Structure and Function
Macrophage
Neutrophil(s)
Adaptive (Immunity)
Humoral (Response)
A phagocytic cell which engulfs bacteria before they can caus…
A phagocytic white blood cell which will attack pathogens. Ca…
Immunity which attacks a specific pathogen and is only in ver…
A response of adaptive immunity which defends against infecti…
Macrophage
A phagocytic cell which engulfs bacteria before they can caus…
Neutrophil(s)
A phagocytic white blood cell which will attack pathogens. Ca…
8 terms
Structure and Function in Plants and Animals
Organ
Organ System
Organism
Stomata
A body structure that is composed of different kinds of tissu…
A group of organs that work together in performing vital body…
An individual living thing
Small openings on the underside of a leaf through which oxyge…
Organ
A body structure that is composed of different kinds of tissu…
Organ System
A group of organs that work together in performing vital body…
19 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Epithelial tissue
Connective Tissue
Muscle Tissue
Nervous Tissue
Covers body surfaces, lines hollow organs, body cavities, duc…
Protects and supports the body and its organs, bind organs to…
Responsible for movement and generation of force
Initiates and transmits action potential (nerve impulses) tha…
Epithelial tissue
Covers body surfaces, lines hollow organs, body cavities, duc…
Connective Tissue
Protects and supports the body and its organs, bind organs to…
16 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Body temperatures can be increased by…
All of the following are examples of c…
Most carbon dioxide is transported in…
Gas diffusion in human lungs occurs ac…
B. drinking alcohol, which results in vasodilation
E. gas exchange in human lungs
B. as HCO3-
A. alveoli
Body temperatures can be increased by…
B. drinking alcohol, which results in vasodilation
All of the following are examples of c…
E. gas exchange in human lungs
14 terms
animal cells function and structure
Microvilli
Lysosome
Nuclear Pore
Nucleus
finger like extentions which increase the cells surface area
Contains enzymes that break down foreign material, cell debri…
Hole in the nuclear membrane that allows molecules to pass be…
stores and protects DNA
Microvilli
finger like extentions which increase the cells surface area
Lysosome
Contains enzymes that break down foreign material, cell debri…
92 terms
Animals Structure and Function
acetylcholine
acetylcholinesterase
ACTH
action potential
A neurotransmitter that enables learning and memory and also…
An enzyme that breaks down the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
Adrenocorticotrophic hormone; stimulates adrenal cortex to sy…
A neural impulse; a brief electrical charge that travels down…
acetylcholine
A neurotransmitter that enables learning and memory and also…
acetylcholinesterase
An enzyme that breaks down the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
15 terms
Animal structure and function
anatomy vs physiology
four main systems
food processing system
small intestine function
study of structure vs study of function
respiratory -- exchange of gas between enviro and blood... diges…
oral cavity -- > pharynx -- > peristalsis --> moved out of st…
nutrient absorption and chemical digestion ... villi and microvi…
anatomy vs physiology
study of structure vs study of function
four main systems
respiratory -- exchange of gas between enviro and blood... diges…
18 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Vertebra
Endotherm
Exoskeleton
Ectotherm
Bones in the backbone surrounding the spinal cord
An animal that makes its own heat from the food it consumes
A hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
An animal that is heated by the temperature of its surroundings
Vertebra
Bones in the backbone surrounding the spinal cord
Endotherm
An animal that makes its own heat from the food it consumes
13 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Backbone
Exoskeleton
Molt
Gills
The main bone made up of many small bones jointed together, t…
A hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
To shed an animal's outer covering
Organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians
Backbone
The main bone made up of many small bones jointed together, t…
Exoskeleton
A hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
57 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Analogous [Homoplastic] Structure
Anatomy
Homologous Structure
Hormone
Structures or traits in different organisms that serve simila…
Structural components of an organism.
Structures or traits that share a common evolution [inherited…
Substance produced in a small amount in one site and transpor…
Analogous [Homoplastic] Structure
Structures or traits in different organisms that serve simila…
Anatomy
Structural components of an organism.
36 terms
Animals structure and function
Radial vs Bilateral symmetry
Protostome vs Deuterostome
Vertebrate vs Invertebrate
3 Germ layers and what they make
Radial - Symmetry around central axis... Bilateral - Symmetry ar…
Both have Bilateral symmetry ... Protostome - mouth forms before…
Vertebrate - back bone or notochord ... Invertebrate - No backbone
Ectoderm - skin, nervous system... Endoderm - inner lining gut,…
Radial vs Bilateral symmetry
Radial - Symmetry around central axis... Bilateral - Symmetry ar…
Protostome vs Deuterostome
Both have Bilateral symmetry ... Protostome - mouth forms before…
12 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Hydrostatic skeleton
Coelom
Nerve net
Undulation
A fluid-filled internal cavity surrounded by muscle tissue
Fluid-filled cavity
A net-like control system that sends signals to and from all…
A wavelike motion (like snakes do)
Hydrostatic skeleton
A fluid-filled internal cavity surrounded by muscle tissue
Coelom
Fluid-filled cavity
106 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Macromolecule
Metabolism
Essential Nutrient
Monosaccharide
a very large molecule made of smaller molecules that are link…
the sum total of all of the chemical reactions that occur in…
a nutrient that can not be made by the body, and therefore it…
a simple sugar with three to seven carbon atoms
Macromolecule
a very large molecule made of smaller molecules that are link…
Metabolism
the sum total of all of the chemical reactions that occur in…
37 terms
Animal Structure and Function
anatomy
physiology
tissue
epithlelial
the study of the structure of an organism
the study of the function of the parts of an organism
groups of cells with a common structure and function
covers the outside of the body and lines organs and cavities…
anatomy
the study of the structure of an organism
physiology
the study of the function of the parts of an organism
24 terms
Animal structure and function
Lymphatic system
L/p system functions
Lymph node
Lymphocytes
Made up of a network of vessels that conduct lymph A clear wa…
1. It collects filters and returned fluid to the blood by the…
A mass of tissue found along the course of a lymph vessel ... Co…
Multiply rapidly when they come in contact with an antigen or…
Lymphatic system
Made up of a network of vessels that conduct lymph A clear wa…
L/p system functions
1. It collects filters and returned fluid to the blood by the…
10 terms
Animal Structure and Function
Backbone
Exoskeleton
Molt
Gills
The main bone made up of many small bones joined together tha…
A hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
To shed an animal's outer covering
Organs for breathing found in fish and amphibians
Backbone
The main bone made up of many small bones joined together tha…
Exoskeleton
A hard outer covering that supports and protects some animals…
44 terms
Animal Structure and Function Terms
Intracellular Digestion
Extracellular Digestion
Mouth
Esophagus
...
...
...
...
Intracellular Digestion
...
Extracellular Digestion
...
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