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Introduction to Animal Biology
domains of life
bacteria/archaea
eukarya
animal cellular characteristics
-bacteria... -archaea... -eukarya
-small... -single cell... -not complex
-intracellular organelles, compartmentalization... -includes Pro…
-eukaryotic (have organelles)... -no cell walls... -cannot photosyn…
domains of life
-bacteria... -archaea... -eukarya
bacteria/archaea
-small... -single cell... -not complex
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Introduction to Animal Biology Exam 1
what is science
how do we do science
science
characteristics of life
body of knowledge... way of understanding nature... method of arriv…
observation ... hypothesis driven science... science is social
is both communal and dynamic
evolve... grows (metabolism) ... information ... reproduction (heredit…
what is science
body of knowledge... way of understanding nature... method of arriv…
how do we do science
observation ... hypothesis driven science... science is social
Biology: Introduction to Animal Diversity
Blastula
Stem cell
Gastrula
Germ layers
Hollow ball of cells that develops when a zygote undergoes a…
Unspecialized cell that can give rise to one or more types of…
Blastula that folds in on itself and results in three germ la…
Layers of cells created in gastrulation
Blastula
Hollow ball of cells that develops when a zygote undergoes a…
Stem cell
Unspecialized cell that can give rise to one or more types of…
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Biology- Introduction to Animal Diversity
Common characteristics of animals:
Heterotrophic
nervous tissue
extracellular matrix
1. multicellularity ... 2. heterotrophs... 3. no cell walls... 4. nerv…
obtain food by eating other organisms or their products
allows animals to respond rapidly to environmental stimuli
proteins such as collagen bind animal cells together to give…
Common characteristics of animals:
1. multicellularity ... 2. heterotrophs... 3. no cell walls... 4. nerv…
Heterotrophic
obtain food by eating other organisms or their products
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Biology Chapter 25: Introduction to Animals
Invertebrates
Chordates
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouches
All animals that lack a backbone, or vertebral column
Exhibits four characteristics during at least one stage of li…
A long supporting rod that runs through the body just below t…
Paired structures in the throat region, which is also called…
Invertebrates
All animals that lack a backbone, or vertebral column
Chordates
Exhibits four characteristics during at least one stage of li…
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Biology: Animals Introduction
Animal characteristics
Sperm
Egg
Zygote
multicellular; chemoheterotrophs; ingest food; no cell walls;…
small, motile, flagellated male reproductive cell
large, non-motile female reproductive cell
what haploid reproductive cells fuse into (sperm and egg)
Animal characteristics
multicellular; chemoheterotrophs; ingest food; no cell walls;…
Sperm
small, motile, flagellated male reproductive cell
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Biology Ch. 25 - Introduction to Animals
Invertebrates
Chordates
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouches
animals that do NOT have a backbone, or vertebral column.
an animal phylum that has a notochord, a dorsal hollow nerve…
long supporting rod that runs through a chordate's body just…
in developing chordates, the paired openings found in the are…
Invertebrates
animals that do NOT have a backbone, or vertebral column.
Chordates
an animal phylum that has a notochord, a dorsal hollow nerve…
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Biology Ch#25 - Introduction to Animals
Animal characteristics
Invertebrate
Chordates
Vertebrate
Animals are multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotic organism…
Animal lacking a backbone/vertebral column
Exhibits: dorsal, hollow nerve cord, tail, pharyngeal pouches
Animal with a backbone
Animal characteristics
Animals are multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotic organism…
Invertebrate
Animal lacking a backbone/vertebral column
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Introduction to Animals- Biology
Phylum Porifera
Phylum Cnidaria
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Nematoda
spongy and soft; bright in color; no nervous, digestive, or c…
ex.) jellyfish, anemone... radial symmetry; most have tentacles;…
flat bodied invertebrates; bilateral symmetry; acoelomates; s…
ex.) roundworms... pseudocoelomate; protostomes; bilateral symme…
Phylum Porifera
spongy and soft; bright in color; no nervous, digestive, or c…
Phylum Cnidaria
ex.) jellyfish, anemone... radial symmetry; most have tentacles;…
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Biology - Introduction to Animals
Heterotrophy
Mobility
Multicellularity
Diploidy
unable to make its own food
able to perform movements
made of cells
two sets of chromosomes
Heterotrophy
unable to make its own food
Mobility
able to perform movements
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introduction to animals- biology
invertebrates
chordate
pharyngeal pouches
vertebrates
include all animals that lack a backbone, or vertebral column
animal that has, for at least one stage of its life, a dorsal…
one of a pair of structures in the throat region of the chord…
chordates with a backbone
invertebrates
include all animals that lack a backbone, or vertebral column
chordate
animal that has, for at least one stage of its life, a dorsal…
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Animal Biology Introduction
What is the difference between primary…
How do the 3 species concepts (Biologi…
- What is the Binomial Nomenclature? W…
What is the order of organization in t…
• A Primary Source is a document or physical object which was…
• Biological - reproductive community of populations that occ…
• Two name system... • Charles Linnaeus... • Genus species
• Domain - Kingdom - Phylum - Class - Order - Family - Genus…
What is the difference between primary…
• A Primary Source is a document or physical object which was…
How do the 3 species concepts (Biologi…
• Biological - reproductive community of populations that occ…
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Biology Chapter 24 Introduction to Animals Set #7
protosome
deuterosome
filter feeder
sessile
Coelomate animal whose mouth develops from the opeining in th…
Coelomate animal whose anus develops from the opening in the…
Organism that filters small particles from water to get its f…
Organism permanently attached to one place.
protosome
Coelomate animal whose mouth develops from the opeining in th…
deuterosome
Coelomate animal whose anus develops from the opening in the…
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Biology - Introduction to Animals (chapter 25)
Invertebrates
Chordates
vertebrates
Heterotrophy (animal characteristic)
Only include animals without a backbone or vertebral column;…
A dorsal, hollow nerve cord;... A notochord - long supporting ro…
Chordates with backbones
Can't make their own food... must eat things
Invertebrates
Only include animals without a backbone or vertebral column;…
Chordates
A dorsal, hollow nerve cord;... A notochord - long supporting ro…
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Introduction to animals quiz-Biology
Eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic
Lack cell wall
Tissues
To weave
What are three characteristics that every animal must have?
What is different about animal cells?
What do animals bodies consist of?
What does the word tissue mean in latin?
Eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic
What are three characteristics that every animal must have?
Lack cell wall
What is different about animal cells?
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Biology Chapter 25: Introduction to Animals
Invertebrates
Chordates
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouches
All animals that lack a backbone, or vertebral column
Exhibits four characteristics during at least one stage of li…
A long supporting rod that runs through the body just below t…
Paired structures in the throat region, which is also called…
Invertebrates
All animals that lack a backbone, or vertebral column
Chordates
Exhibits four characteristics during at least one stage of li…
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Introduction to Animal Biology Exam 2
requirements to make a new cell
how does the cell make sure each cell…
bacterial cell division
key features of bacterial cell division
growth ... duplicate... partition/segregate... divide
step 2 and 3 (duplicate and segregate)
simple process produces two cells from one ... binary fission ... d…
replication and segregation occur together ... chromosome starts…
requirements to make a new cell
growth ... duplicate... partition/segregate... divide
how does the cell make sure each cell…
step 2 and 3 (duplicate and segregate)
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Biology Ch. 25 - Introduction to Animals
Invertebrates
Chordates
Notochord
Pharyngeal pouches
animals that do NOT have a backbone, or vertebral column.
an animal phylum that has a notochord, a dorsal hollow nerve…
long supporting rod that runs through a chordate's body just…
in developing chordates, the paired openings found in the are…
Invertebrates
animals that do NOT have a backbone, or vertebral column.
Chordates
an animal phylum that has a notochord, a dorsal hollow nerve…
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Biology Chapter 24 Introduction to Animals Set #8
nematocyst
gastrovascular cavity
nerve net
polyp
Capsule whose threadlike tube contains poison and barbs and i…
In cnidarians, the space surrounded by an inner cell layer, w…
Nervous system that conducts impulses in cnidarians and echin…
Tube-shaped, sessile body form of cnidarians.
nematocyst
Capsule whose threadlike tube contains poison and barbs and i…
gastrovascular cavity
In cnidarians, the space surrounded by an inner cell layer, w…
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General Biology 1232k Introduction to Animals
Heterotrophic, have internal disgestio…
Metamorphosis
Choanoflagellates
Cambrian Explosion
What are three traits of animals?
What is the term for dramatic changes in animal development,…
Which group of protists is thought to be ancestral for animals?
From 535 to 525 million years ago, there was a rapid diversif…
Heterotrophic, have internal disgestio…
What are three traits of animals?
Metamorphosis
What is the term for dramatic changes in animal development,…
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Biology : Introduction to animals.
Evolution
Charles Darwin
Natural selection
Adaptation
change over time or the process by which modern organisms hav…
an English naturalist who made numerous observations during h…
the process whereby individuals that are betted suited to the…
any inherited characteristic that increases an organism's cha…
Evolution
change over time or the process by which modern organisms hav…
Charles Darwin
an English naturalist who made numerous observations during h…
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Biology: Introduction to Animals
Asymmetry
Anterior
Asexual reproduction
bilateral symmetry
do not display symmetry
toward the heard
reproduction that does not involve the union of gametes/ a si…
having similar halves on either side of a central plane
Asymmetry
do not display symmetry
Anterior
toward the heard
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Introduction to animals biology
Blastula
Ectoderm endoderm mesoderm
Radial symmetry
Bilateral symmetry
In most animal species,the zygote undergoes cell divisions th…
The blastula eventually develops into 3 distinct layers of ce…
Cnidarians have ____ _____, in which body parts are arranged…
The bodies of other animals have distinct right and left halv…
Blastula
In most animal species,the zygote undergoes cell divisions th…
Ectoderm endoderm mesoderm
The blastula eventually develops into 3 distinct layers of ce…
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Biology- Introduction to Animals
Eukaryotes are cells with what?
Ingestive heterotrophs take in food an…
The Endoskeleton is inside and made of…
Exoskeletons cover the outside of the…
A nucleus and organelles
internally
cartilage and or bone
Arthropods
Eukaryotes are cells with what?
A nucleus and organelles
Ingestive heterotrophs take in food an…
internally
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Biology A Introduction to animals
Animals
Sessile
Motile
Support and Movement
multicellular, eukaryotic, and heterotrophs whose cells lack…
permanently attached to a spot
free to move about
animals have structures that give them shape and allow then t…
Animals
multicellular, eukaryotic, and heterotrophs whose cells lack…
Sessile
permanently attached to a spot
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Biology Chapter 25 Introduction to Animals
Characteristics of All Animals
invertebrates
types of animals
chordates
* they are all heterotrophic-(eat other animals for energy)... *…
include all animals that lack a backbone, or vertebral column…
classified into two broad categories: invertebrates and chord…
all chordates exhibit four characteristics during at least on…
Characteristics of All Animals
* they are all heterotrophic-(eat other animals for energy)... *…
invertebrates
include all animals that lack a backbone, or vertebral column…
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Glencoe Science Biology - Chapter 24 - Introduction to Animals
blastula
ectoderm
endoderm
endoskeleton
fluid-filled ball of cells formed by mitotic cell division of…
outer layer of cells in the gastrula that develops into nervo…
inner layer of cells in the gastrula that develops into diges…
internal skeleton that protects internal organs, provides sup…
blastula
fluid-filled ball of cells formed by mitotic cell division of…
ectoderm
outer layer of cells in the gastrula that develops into nervo…
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Biology - Introduction to Animals
Invertebrates
Exoskeletons
Endoskeleton
Vertebrate
Animals without backbones
Are hard or tough outer coverings
Invertebrates have an internal support structure
An animal has an endoskeleton and a backbone
Invertebrates
Animals without backbones
Exoskeletons
Are hard or tough outer coverings
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biology exam- introduction to animals
all organisms in the animal kingdom are:
animal cells have:
which of the following is true about t…
The phylum that A worm belongs to is:
multicellular eukaryotes
nucleus and membrane - bound organelles
it does not have a notochord
annelida
all organisms in the animal kingdom are:
multicellular eukaryotes
animal cells have:
nucleus and membrane - bound organelles
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Biology Exam: Introduction to Animals
What are the 5 levels of organization…
What does dorsal mean?
What does ventral mean?
What does posterior mean?
Level 1- CELLS... Level 2- TISSUES... Level 3- ORGANS... Level 4- ORGA…
the back
the front
part of the body on the opposite side from the head
What are the 5 levels of organization…
Level 1- CELLS... Level 2- TISSUES... Level 3- ORGANS... Level 4- ORGA…
What does dorsal mean?
the back
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Biology 184 - introduction to animal diversity
Animals are
Animals ingest
Animal cells are not surrounded by
animal tissues are strengthened by an
multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes.
other organisms or organic debris: they surround their... food b…
cell walls
extracellular matrix
Animals are
multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes.
Animals ingest
other organisms or organic debris: they surround their... food b…
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Biology 184 - introduction to animal diversity
Animals are
Animals ingest
Animal cells are not surrounded by
animal tissues are strengthened by an
multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes.
other organisms or organic debris: they surround their... food b…
cell walls
extracellular matrix
Animals are
multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes.
Animals ingest
other organisms or organic debris: they surround their... food b…
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Biology Chapter 25: Introduction to Animals
What are characteristics shared by all…
What are invertebrates?
_____ do not form a clade. because it…
What four characteristics do all chord…
heterotrophs, multicellular, eukaryotic, no cell walls
Animals that lack a backbone
invertebrates
a dorsal hollow nerve cord, notochord, tail that extends beyo…
What are characteristics shared by all…
heterotrophs, multicellular, eukaryotic, no cell walls
What are invertebrates?
Animals that lack a backbone
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Biology II Vocabulary: Introduction To Animals
Animal
Vertebrate
Invertebrate
Specialization
a multicellular, heterotrophic organism that lacks cell walls…
an animal that has a backbone; includes mammals, birds, repti…
an animal that does not have a backbone
the evolutionary adaption of a cell, organ, organism, or popu…
Animal
a multicellular, heterotrophic organism that lacks cell walls…
Vertebrate
an animal that has a backbone; includes mammals, birds, repti…
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Biology Animal Section Introduction 202
Humans evolved: ... A. During the Triassi…
Spermatozoa are haploid because:... A. Th…
Which of the following statements is t…
In general, animals with: ... A. Heterole…
B. During the Quaternary Period
A. They are formed by meiosis
D. Telolecithal eggs are polylecithal
D. Heterolecithal eggs will also have indirect development
Humans evolved: ... A. During the Triassi…
B. During the Quaternary Period
Spermatozoa are haploid because:... A. Th…
A. They are formed by meiosis
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Biology 111 Introduction to Animal Kingdom
Eukaryotes
Tissue
What stage is dominant in sexual repro…
What is the rapid cell division after…
-Lack of cell walls... -Held together by structural proteins suc…
group of cells that have a common structure and function... deve…
Diploid stage
Cleavage
Eukaryotes
-Lack of cell walls... -Held together by structural proteins suc…
Tissue
group of cells that have a common structure and function... deve…
Biology Chapter 32- Introduction to Animals
Animals
vertebrates
invertebrates
specialization
multicellular heterotrophic organisms that lack cell walls
have a backbone
don't have a backbone (95% of all animals species alive today)
the evolutionary adaptation of a cell for a particular functi…
Animals
multicellular heterotrophic organisms that lack cell walls
vertebrates
have a backbone
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Biology Chapter 24: Introduction to Animals
Heterotrophic
Invertebrates
Exoskeleton
Molting
Animals that feed on other things - does not make its own food.
Animals without back bones.
Hard or tough outer coverings that provide a frame-work of su…
Shedding old exoskeleton and making a new one.
Heterotrophic
Animals that feed on other things - does not make its own food.
Invertebrates
Animals without back bones.
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Biology Chapter 32 An introduction to animal diversity
ingestion
collagen
cleavage
blastula
攝食
膠原蛋白
卵裂
囊胚
ingestion
攝食
collagen
膠原蛋白
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Biology 111 - Introduction to Animal Kingdom
Characteristics of Life
Characteristics of Animals
Characteristics of EUKARYOTES
Tissues
Order & Organization, Regulation/Homeostasis, Growth and Deve…
Multicellular, Heterotrophic - ingest (nutritional mode)
Lack cell walls, are held together by structural proteins suc…
Groups of cells that have a common structure, function, or bo…
Characteristics of Life
Order & Organization, Regulation/Homeostasis, Growth and Deve…
Characteristics of Animals
Multicellular, Heterotrophic - ingest (nutritional mode)
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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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Biology Chapter 27 "Introduction to Animals"
Blastula
Ectoderm
Endoderm
Mesoderm
Cell division that forms a hollow ball of cells
Outermost of the three germ layers of the embryo that develop…
Innermost germ layer in an animal embryo. Develops into the e…
In an embryo, the middle layer of cells that gives rise to mu…
Blastula
Cell division that forms a hollow ball of cells
Ectoderm
Outermost of the three germ layers of the embryo that develop…
Introduction to Animals/Invertebrates Biology Unit
collagen
homeotic genes (Hox genes)
homeobox
sessile filter feeders
a three-stranded protein that forms a strong, flexible extrac…
a class of genes that controls early development in animals
a 180 nucleotide sequence that define the head-to-tail patter…
a type of food ingestion for animals; attached to one place,…
collagen
a three-stranded protein that forms a strong, flexible extrac…
homeotic genes (Hox genes)
a class of genes that controls early development in animals
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Introduction to Animals/Invertebrates Biology Unit
collagen
homeotic genes (Hox genes)
homeobox
sessile filter feeders
a three-stranded protein that forms a strong, flexible extrac…
a class of genes that controls early development in animals
a 180 nucleotide sequence that define the head-to-tail patter…
a type of food ingestion for animals; attached to one place,…
collagen
a three-stranded protein that forms a strong, flexible extrac…
homeotic genes (Hox genes)
a class of genes that controls early development in animals
Biology Chapter 32: An Introduction to Animal Diversity
About how many animals have been disco…
What is the morphology of animals?
What are the 10 common characteristics…
What is the purpose of extracellular m…
1.3 million species
The physical structure of them
Multicellularity, heterotrophs, no cell walls, nervous tissue…
Forms strong fibers outside of the cell for support. Is prese…
About how many animals have been disco…
1.3 million species
What is the morphology of animals?
The physical structure of them
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Biology Introduction to the Animal Kingdom Notes
Heterotrophic
Eukaryotic
4 characteristics of animals
herbivore
have to eat other organisms to feed themselves
"true nucleus", membrane bound organelles
heterotrophic, eukaryotic, multicellular, lack cell walls
eats plants
Heterotrophic
have to eat other organisms to feed themselves
Eukaryotic
"true nucleus", membrane bound organelles
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biology: 27.1 introduction to animals
What are the eight features that all a…
When zygote (fertilized egg cell) divi…
Cells within the blastula develop into…
Cells with the blastula develop into w…
1.blastula formation,... 2. cells organized into tissues, ... 3.dip…
blastula ball
3
ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm
What are the eight features that all a…
1.blastula formation,... 2. cells organized into tissues, ... 3.dip…
When zygote (fertilized egg cell) divi…
blastula ball
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GCHS Biology Introduction to Animals Chapter 28
blastula
ectoderm
endoderm
mesoderm
hollow ball of cells that gives rise to all the tissues and o…
in animals, the outer layer of embryonic tissue from which th…
inner layer of embryonic tissue from which the digestive orga…
middle layer of embryonic tissue in animals from which th ske…
blastula
hollow ball of cells that gives rise to all the tissues and o…
ectoderm
in animals, the outer layer of embryonic tissue from which th…
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Glencoe Science Biology - Chapter 24 - Introduction to Animals
blastula
endoskeleton
exoskeleton
invertebrate
fluid-filled ball of cells formed by mitotic cell division of…
internal skeleton that protects internal organs, provides sup…
hard or tough outer covering of many invertebrates that provi…
animal without a backbone; between 95 and 99 percent of anima…
blastula
fluid-filled ball of cells formed by mitotic cell division of…
endoskeleton
internal skeleton that protects internal organs, provides sup…
19 terms
Biology: Chapter 25: Introduction to Animals
Animal characteristics
Invertebrate
Chordates
Vertebrate
Animals are multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotic organism…
Animal lacking a backbone/vertebral column
Exhibits: dorsal, hollow nerve cord, tail, pharyngeal pouches
Animal with a backbone
Animal characteristics
Animals are multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotic organism…
Invertebrate
Animal lacking a backbone/vertebral column
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