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Biology Chapter 32
Cleavage
Blastula
Gastrulation
Gastrula
- The process after a sperm fertilizes an egg, the zygote und…
- An embryo that has over 100 cells after Clevage has taken p…
- A process that takes place when cells migrate to the interi…
- Embryo at this stage has different layers of embryonic tiss…
Cleavage
- The process after a sperm fertilizes an egg, the zygote und…
Blastula
- An embryo that has over 100 cells after Clevage has taken p…
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Keys Biology: Chapter 32
Mammary Gland
Subcutaneous Fat
Rumen
Diaphragm
Specialized organs in mammals that produce milk to nourish th…
fat stored directly under the skin
stomach chamber in cows and related animals in which newly sw…
Large, flat muscle at the bottom of the chest cavity that hel…
Mammary Gland
Specialized organs in mammals that produce milk to nourish th…
Subcutaneous Fat
fat stored directly under the skin
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Biology chapter 32
eukaryotic cells, multicellular, no ce…
heterotrophic
morula
blastula
what are the four essential features/ characteristics of anim…
term for taking in pre- formed organic molecules by ingestion…
solid ball of cells
hollowed out cell
eukaryotic cells, multicellular, no ce…
what are the four essential features/ characteristics of anim…
heterotrophic
term for taking in pre- formed organic molecules by ingestion…
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Biology Chapter 32 Study Guide
Cytoskeleton
Unicellular organism
Multicellular Organisms
Exoskeleton
a structure that helps cells maintain their shape and interna…
An organism made up of one cell.
Organism made up of many cells
skeleton the outside of the body that supports the body
Cytoskeleton
a structure that helps cells maintain their shape and interna…
Unicellular organism
An organism made up of one cell.
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Modern Biology Chapter 32
animal
vertebrate
invertebrate
specialization
Multicellular heterotrophic organism that lacks cell walls.
An animal that has a backbone.
An animal that does not have a backbone.
The evolutionary adaptation of a cell for a particular functi…
animal
Multicellular heterotrophic organism that lacks cell walls.
vertebrate
An animal that has a backbone.
Biology, Chapter 32.1, The Integumentary System
epidermis
keratin
melanin
dermis
the outer superficial layer of skin
a protein contained in the outer layer of skin cells which wa…
a pigment that absorbs light energy, which protects deeper ce…
the second layer of skin, much thicker than the epidermis; co…
epidermis
the outer superficial layer of skin
keratin
a protein contained in the outer layer of skin cells which wa…
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Campbell Biology Chapter 32
Animals are
Animals are (2 words)
Tissues are
Most animals reproduce
Heterotrophs that ingest their food
multicellular eukaryotes
groups of similar cells that act as a functional unit.
sexual
Animals are
Heterotrophs that ingest their food
Animals are (2 words)
multicellular eukaryotes
Biology, Chapter 32.3, The Muscular System
smooth muscle
involuntary muscle
cardiac muscle
skeletal muscle
lines many hollow internal organs such as the stomach, intest…
muscle that cannot be controlled consciously
involuntary muscle present only in the heart
muscles attached to bones by tendons and when tightened, or c…
smooth muscle
lines many hollow internal organs such as the stomach, intest…
involuntary muscle
muscle that cannot be controlled consciously
Biology, Chapter 32.2, The Skeletal System
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
compact bone
osteocyte
includes the skull, the vertebral column, the ribs and the st…
includes the bones of the shoulders, arms, hands, hips, legs…
outer layer of all bones; dense and strong; provides strength…
living bone cells
axial skeleton
includes the skull, the vertebral column, the ribs and the st…
appendicular skeleton
includes the bones of the shoulders, arms, hands, hips, legs…
Campbell Biology Chapter 32
Animals are
Animals are (2 words)
Tissues are
Most animals reproduce
Heterotrophs that ingest their food
multicellular eukaryotes
groups of similar cells that act as a functional unit.
sexual
Animals are
Heterotrophs that ingest their food
Animals are (2 words)
multicellular eukaryotes
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Nowicki Biology Chapter 32
mineral
vitamin
calorie
digestion
inorganic material, such as calcium, iron, potassium, sodium,…
organic molecule that works with enzymes to regulate cell fun…
measure of energy released from digesting food; one calorie e…
process by which large, complex molecules are broken down int…
mineral
inorganic material, such as calcium, iron, potassium, sodium,…
vitamin
organic molecule that works with enzymes to regulate cell fun…
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Chapter 32.1 Biology
Concept 32.1
Characteristics of Animals
Nutritional Mode
Cell Structure and Specialization
-animals are multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes with tis…
-nutritional mode... -cell structure and specialization ... -reprod…
-plants are autotrophs... -fungi are heterotrophs (absorption)... -…
-proteins external to the cell membrane provide structural su…
Concept 32.1
-animals are multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes with tis…
Characteristics of Animals
-nutritional mode... -cell structure and specialization ... -reprod…
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Biology Chapter 32: Fungi
Hyphae
Mycelium
Gametangia
Karyogamy
The many small underground threads that make a fungus. The ce…
The mass of connected hyphae which make up the fungi. ... They…
Where two hyphae meet. This is called plasmogamy.
The action of two Dikaryotic cell nuclei fusing together whic…
Hyphae
The many small underground threads that make a fungus. The ce…
Mycelium
The mass of connected hyphae which make up the fungi. ... They…
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Biology II, Chapter 32
Most animals are mobile and use traits…
Animals are...
Nutritional mode of animals
Cell structure
...strength, speed, toxins, or camouflage to detect, capture,…
...multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes with tissues that…
Heterotrophs that ingest their food
Cells lack cell walls. Bodies are held together by structural…
Most animals are mobile and use traits…
...strength, speed, toxins, or camouflage to detect, capture,…
Animals are...
...multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes with tissues that…
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Biology in Focus (AP) Chapter 32
anatomy
physiology
tissue
organ
the structure of an organism
the processes and functions of an organism
an integrated group of cells with a common structure, functio…
a specialized center of body function composed of several dif…
anatomy
the structure of an organism
physiology
the processes and functions of an organism
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Chapter 32 biology
triboblastic
protosome
major derived traits of protosomes
based on dna sequencing, protostomes a…
protosomes... deuterosomes
-have far more species... -the embryonic blastopore becomes the…
-an anterior brain that surrounds the entrance to the digesti…
lophotrochozoans... ecdysozoans
triboblastic
protosomes... deuterosomes
protosome
-have far more species... -the embryonic blastopore becomes the…
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Biology - Chapter 32 Vocabulary
epidermis
keratin
melanin
dermis
Outer superficial layer of skin. Epidermis is as thick as a p…
Protein which waterproofs and protects the cells and tissues…
A pigment that absorbs light energy (which protects deeper ce…
Second layer of skin. 15 - 40 times thicker than the epidermis.
epidermis
Outer superficial layer of skin. Epidermis is as thick as a p…
keratin
Protein which waterproofs and protects the cells and tissues…
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Chapter 32 Biology
anal fin
appendicular skeleton
artery
atrium
medial fin near the anus of a fish
the bones extending from the axial skeleton
a vessel that carries blood away from the heart
the anterior chamber of the heart
anal fin
medial fin near the anus of a fish
appendicular skeleton
the bones extending from the axial skeleton
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Biology Chapter 32
accessory fruit
aggregate fruit
aleurone
androecium
fruit derived from tissues other than the ovary
fruit that develops from multiple carpels in the same flower
single layer of cells just inside the seed cost that secretes…
sum of all the stamens in a flower
accessory fruit
fruit derived from tissues other than the ovary
aggregate fruit
fruit that develops from multiple carpels in the same flower
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Biology chapter 32 :(
about 96% of a plant's dry weight is _…
the sugars a plant makes by photosynth…
______ is a component of all nucleic a…
nitrogen and magnesium are both compon…
organic
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
nitrogen
chlorophyll
about 96% of a plant's dry weight is _…
organic
the sugars a plant makes by photosynth…
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen
RLCA Biology Chapter 32
Mammals
Characteristics found in mammals and s…
3 main groups of mammals
Rumen
characterized by mammary glands and hair
endotherm; 4 chambered heart; breathe air
monotremes; marsupials; placentals
part of digestive system; contains symbiotic bacteria to help…
Mammals
characterized by mammary glands and hair
Characteristics found in mammals and s…
endotherm; 4 chambered heart; breathe air
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Biology Chapter 32
Open System
Closed System
Heart
Veins
interstitial fluid free in body
vessels
four chambers / 2 loops
carry deoxygenated blood towards heart
Open System
interstitial fluid free in body
Closed System
vessels
Biology Chapter 32
Animal kingdom
Multicelluar, heterotrophic eukaryotes
Ingestion heterotrophs... Extracellular d…
Eukaryotic... Develop from 2-3 embryonic…
The ______ _______ extends far beyond humans and other animal…
Animals are ____________, __________ ________ with tissues th…
How do animals get their nutrition?... What type of digestion?
Are animals eukaryotic or prokaryotic?... How do they develop?
Animal kingdom
The ______ _______ extends far beyond humans and other animal…
Multicelluar, heterotrophic eukaryotes
Animals are ____________, __________ ________ with tissues th…
Biology Chapter 32
animal
vertebrates
invertebrates
specialization
multicellular, heterotrophic, organisms that lack cell walls
group of animals that have a backbone
animals that do not have a backbone
the evolutionary adaptation of a cell for a particular function
animal
multicellular, heterotrophic, organisms that lack cell walls
vertebrates
group of animals that have a backbone
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Biology Chapter 32
animal
vertebrate
invertebrate
specialization
the classification kingdom containing complex, multicellular…
an animal that has a backbone; includes mammals, birds, repti…
an animal that does not have a backbone
the evolutionary adaptation of a cell, organ, organism, or po…
animal
the classification kingdom containing complex, multicellular…
vertebrate
an animal that has a backbone; includes mammals, birds, repti…
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Modern Biology Chapter 32
animals
vertebrate
invertebrate
ingestion
Multicellular heterotrophic organisms that lack cell walls.
An animal that has a backbone.
An animal that does not have a backbone.
When an animal takes in organic material or food, usually in…
animals
Multicellular heterotrophic organisms that lack cell walls.
vertebrate
An animal that has a backbone.
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Biology II: Chapter 32
Animals
Autotrophs
Heterotrophs
Diploblastic
Multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotes with tissues that de…
Make their own food (photosynthesis)
must obtain food from a source
Two germ layers... Endoderm and Ectoderm
Animals
Multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotes with tissues that de…
Autotrophs
Make their own food (photosynthesis)
Biology Chapter 32 & 33
Blood contained inside vessels at all…
True body cavity surrounded completely…
Respiratory strucutre used by terrestr…
Organisms that have an internal skelet…
closed circulatory
coelom
lungs
endoskeleton
Blood contained inside vessels at all…
closed circulatory
True body cavity surrounded completely…
coelom
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Biology II-Chapter 32
Animal are multicellular, heterotrophi…
Nutritional Mode
Animal Cell Structure and Specialization
Tissues
-There are exceptions to nearly every criterion for distingui…
Animals are heterotrophs that ingest their food
-Animals are multicellular eukaryotes... -Their cells lack cell…
are groups of cells that have a common structure, function, o…
Animal are multicellular, heterotrophi…
-There are exceptions to nearly every criterion for distingui…
Nutritional Mode
Animals are heterotrophs that ingest their food
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Modern Biology Chapter 32
vertebrates
cleavage
animal characteristics
differentiation leads to...
have vertebral columns protecting spinal chord(backbone)... brai…
rapid mitotic division of zygote
multicellular, eukaryotic cells, heterotrophic
specialization
vertebrates
have vertebral columns protecting spinal chord(backbone)... brai…
cleavage
rapid mitotic division of zygote
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Biology Chapter 32: Introduction to Animals
Vertebrate
Invertebrate
Multicellular, Heterotrophic, lack cel…
Specialization
What is an animal with a backbone
What is an animal without a backbone
Name four characteristics of animals
What is the differentiation of a cell for a particular function
Vertebrate
What is an animal with a backbone
Invertebrate
What is an animal without a backbone
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Glencoe Biology Chapter 32
epidermis
keratin
melanin
dermis
in humans and some other animals, the outer superficial layer…
protein contained in the skin's outer epidermal cells that wa…
pigment in the inner layer of the epidermis that protects aga…
skin layer beneath the epidermis; contains nerve cells, muscl…
epidermis
in humans and some other animals, the outer superficial layer…
keratin
protein contained in the skin's outer epidermal cells that wa…
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Biology Chapter 32 - Mammals
Placenta
Placental mammals
Marsupial mammals
Monotremes
Place where nourishment of the young in the uterus occurs; pa…
Mammals that give birth to young that have developed inside t…
Mammals in which the young spend a short period of developmen…
Placenta
Place where nourishment of the young in the uterus occurs; pa…
Placental mammals
Mammals that give birth to young that have developed inside t…
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Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 32
alveolus (plural: alveoli)
aorta
atrioventricular node (A-V node)
blood
The air sac at the end of the bronchioles where gas exchange…
The main artery, which carries blood directly out of the heart.
A bundle of cells between the atria and the ventricles that c…
A connective tissue made of a mixture of plasma, white blood…
alveolus (plural: alveoli)
The air sac at the end of the bronchioles where gas exchange…
aorta
The main artery, which carries blood directly out of the heart.
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Biology in Focus Chapter 32 - Vree
anatomy
physiology
tissues
organs
Biological form
Biological function
Cells combine in terms of function and type to form this
A structure consisting of several tissues adapted as a group…
anatomy
Biological form
physiology
Biological function
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Biology Chapter 32
Tissues
Cleavage
Blastula
Gastrulation
Groups of similar cells that act as a functional unit
A succession of mitotic cell divisions without cell growth
Multicellular stage, cells in a hollow ball
Layers of embryonic tissues that develop into adult body part…
Tissues
Groups of similar cells that act as a functional unit
Cleavage
A succession of mitotic cell divisions without cell growth
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Biology in Focus Chapter 32
anatomy
physiology
tissues
organs
Biological form
Biological function
Cells combine in terms of function and type to form this
A structure consisting of several tissues adapted as a group…
anatomy
Biological form
physiology
Biological function
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Chapter 32 Biology 1620
How many extant (living) species of an…
General features of animals are... (2…
Listing features shared by all animals…
What are the 3 characteristics of anim…
1.3 million extant (living) species of animals. Estimates off…
1. Animals are multi-cellular... 2. Heterotrophic eukaryotes Wit…
As there are exceptions to nearly every criterion for disting…
1. Nutritional Mode.... 2. Cell structure and specialization.... 3.…
How many extant (living) species of an…
1.3 million extant (living) species of animals. Estimates off…
General features of animals are... (2…
1. Animals are multi-cellular... 2. Heterotrophic eukaryotes Wit…
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Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 32
Alveolus
Aorta
Aortic valve
Atrioventricular node (A-V node)
Air sac at the end of the bronchioles where gas exchange take…
The main artery, which carries blood out of the heart
Valve between the aorta and the left ventricle that prevents…
A bundle of cells between the atria and the ventricles that c…
Alveolus
Air sac at the end of the bronchioles where gas exchange take…
Aorta
The main artery, which carries blood out of the heart
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Biology 1407 Chapter 32
Acoelomate
Archenteron
Bilateral Symmetry
Blastopore
no body cavity
is formed during gastrulation, which eventually becomes the g…
divided along vertical plane at midline to create 2 equal hal…
indentation that forms from the archenteron during gastrulation
Acoelomate
no body cavity
Archenteron
is formed during gastrulation, which eventually becomes the g…
Biology Chapter 32
cytoskeleton
unicellular
multicellular
exoskeleton
a structure that fills the cytoplasm of a cell. This both act…
one cell, one cytoskeleton
more than one cell, multiple cytoskeletons
external skeleton of arthropods, or invertebrates; example: b…
cytoskeleton
a structure that fills the cytoplasm of a cell. This both act…
unicellular
one cell, one cytoskeleton
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Biology 2 Chapter 32 Vocabulary
Animals
Vertabrates
Invertebrates
Specialization
multicellular heterotrophic organisms that lack cell walls
Animals that have a backbone
Animals that don't have a backbone
the evolutionary adaptation of a cell for a particular function
Animals
multicellular heterotrophic organisms that lack cell walls
Vertabrates
Animals that have a backbone
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Biology Chapter 32 Vocab
animal
vertebrate
invertebrate
specialization
a multicellular heterotropic organism that lacks cell walls a…
an animal that has a backbone
an animal without a backbone
the evolutionary adaptation of a cell, organism, or populatio…
animal
a multicellular heterotropic organism that lacks cell walls a…
vertebrate
an animal that has a backbone
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Chapter 32 Modern Biology
Invertebrates
Specialization
Heterotrophy
Ingestion
animals without backbones, account for more than 95% of all a…
evolutionary adaptation of a cell for a particular function
must obtain complex organic molecules from other sources.
the taking in of organic materials
Invertebrates
animals without backbones, account for more than 95% of all a…
Specialization
evolutionary adaptation of a cell for a particular function
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Biology Chapter 32 Vocabulary
Minerals
Vitamins
Calorie
Digestion
Inorganic materials the body uses to carry out processes in c…
organic molecules that work with enzymes to regulate cell fun…
equals 1,000 calories
Process by which the large complex molecules that can be used…
Minerals
Inorganic materials the body uses to carry out processes in c…
Vitamins
organic molecules that work with enzymes to regulate cell fun…
Campbell Biology chapter 32
Animals are
Animals are (2 words)
Tissues are
Most animals reproduce
Heterotrophs that ingest their food
multicellular eukaryotes
groups of similar cells that act as a functional unit.
sexualy
Animals are
Heterotrophs that ingest their food
Animals are (2 words)
multicellular eukaryotes
AP Biology Chapter 32
Anatomy
Physiology
Tissues
Organs
Structure
the study of organs and parts of living things, and how they…
At the organ level, two or more of these work together to per…
A structure consisting of several tissues adapted as a group…
Anatomy
Structure
Physiology
the study of organs and parts of living things, and how they…
BIology I Chapter 32
functions of the skeletal system
axial skeleton
appendicular skeleton
structure of human bone
supports body, protects internal organs, assists movements, s…
skull, vertebral column, rib cage; supports the central axis…
bones of the arms, legs, pelvis and shoulders
a solid network of living cells and rote in fibers that are s…
functions of the skeletal system
supports body, protects internal organs, assists movements, s…
axial skeleton
skull, vertebral column, rib cage; supports the central axis…
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Holt Modern Biology Chapter 32
Gill
Germ Layer
Exoskeleton
Dorsal
In aquatic animals, a respiratory structure that consists of…
One of the layers of tissue that develop in the embryos of al…
A hard, external, supporting structure that develops from the…
Lying on or near the back
Gill
In aquatic animals, a respiratory structure that consists of…
Germ Layer
One of the layers of tissue that develop in the embryos of al…
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Biology Chapter 32
Fungi
Saprobes
Parasites
Mutualists
heterotrophic organisms with absorptive nutrition
organisms that live on dead organisms
Organisms that absorb nutrients from a living host
organisms that live with other organisms and both organisms b…
Fungi
heterotrophic organisms with absorptive nutrition
Saprobes
organisms that live on dead organisms
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