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Life Science Chapter 12
chordate
notochord
vertebra
ectotherm
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
the small bones that make up the backbone
an animal whose body does not produce much internal heat
chordate
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
notochord
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
15 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
Herbivore (1)
Carnivore (1)
Omnivore (1)
Vertebrate (1)
Animal that eats only plants or parts of plants; mammals with…
Animal that eats only other animals or the remains of other a…
Animal that eats plants and animals or animal flesh; mammals…
Animal with a backbone.
Herbivore (1)
Animal that eats only plants or parts of plants; mammals with…
Carnivore (1)
Animal that eats only other animals or the remains of other a…
25 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
What do all chordates have?
What does endothermic mean?
What are the vertebrae?
What kind of animal has to bask (warm…
A nerve chord in their back (p.456)
An animal whose body temperature always stays about the same…
The small bones that make up a backbone (p.457)
Reptiles - lizards and snakes (p.459)
What do all chordates have?
A nerve chord in their back (p.456)
What does endothermic mean?
An animal whose body temperature always stays about the same…
Life Science Chapter 12
chordate
notochord
vertebra
ectotherm
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
the small bones that make up the backbone
an animal whose body does not produce much internal heat
chordate
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
notochord
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
10 terms
CPO Middle School Life Science (Chapter 12)
DNA Replication
Base Sequence
Protein Synthesis
Mutation
The process of a DNA molecule making a copy of itself.
The order of base pairs along a gene.
The production of proteins in the cell.
A change in the hereditary material of an organism.
DNA Replication
The process of a DNA molecule making a copy of itself.
Base Sequence
The order of base pairs along a gene.
17 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
node
taproot
fibrous root system
woody stem
A region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached.
A type of root system having one or a few main roots that are…
A type of root system having a cluster of roots that are abou…
A harder, non-flexible type of plant stem.
node
A region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached.
taproot
A type of root system having one or a few main roots that are…
19 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
sporophyte
gametophyte
non-vascular plant
vascular plant
a stage in plant life cycle during which spores are produced
a stage in plant life cycle during which eggs and sperm are p…
a plant that depends on the process of diffusion and osmosis…
a plant that has special tissues called xylem and phloem, whi…
sporophyte
a stage in plant life cycle during which spores are produced
gametophyte
a stage in plant life cycle during which eggs and sperm are p…
67 terms
BJU Life Science Chapter 12: The Invertebrates
invertebrates
filter feeder
radial symmetry
nematocyst
Animals without backbones
organism that takes in water to filter out the food and then…
body plan in which body parts repeat around the center of the…
In cnidarians, a stinging cell that is used to inject a toxin…
invertebrates
Animals without backbones
filter feeder
organism that takes in water to filter out the food and then…
11 terms
Life Science: Chapter 12
Bird
Contour Feathers
Down Feathers
Insulator
endothermic vertebrate that has feathers, a four-chambered he…
large feather that gives shape to a bird's body
feathers specialized to trap air against the skin and keep th…
material that does not conduct heat well and therefore helps…
Bird
endothermic vertebrate that has feathers, a four-chambered he…
Contour Feathers
large feather that gives shape to a bird's body
Life Science Chapter 12
chordate
notochord
vertebra
ectotherm
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
the small bones that make up the backbone
an animal whose body does not produce much internal heat
chordate
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
notochord
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
20 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
cyanobacteria
endosymbiosis
primate
prosimians
Bacteria that can carry out photosynthesis
This theory states that mitochondria and chloroplasts were on…
a mammal with flexible hands and feet, forward looking eyes a…
the oldest, most ancient primate group that includes mostly s…
cyanobacteria
Bacteria that can carry out photosynthesis
endosymbiosis
This theory states that mitochondria and chloroplasts were on…
BJU Life Science chapter 12
Morphology
anatomy
node
top root system
the shape or form of an organism
the bodily structure of an organism
a region where a leaf is or was attached
has one or a few main roots that are thicker and longer than…
Morphology
the shape or form of an organism
anatomy
the bodily structure of an organism
17 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
nonvascular plant
vascular plant
gymnosperm
angiosperm
the three groups of plants that lack specialized conducting t…
a plant that has specialized tissues that conduct materials f…
a woody vascular seed plant whose seeds are not enclosed by a…
a flowering plant that produces seeds within a fruit
nonvascular plant
the three groups of plants that lack specialized conducting t…
vascular plant
a plant that has specialized tissues that conduct materials f…
Life Science Chapter 12
plant organs
node
fibrous roots
opposite leaf arrangement
stems, roots, leaves
region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached
many nearly equal-sized roots
two leaves are attached at a node
plant organs
stems, roots, leaves
node
region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached
31 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
chordate
notochord
vertebra
ectotherm
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
the small bones that make up the backbone
an animal whose body does not produce much internal heat
chordate
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
notochord
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
21 terms
BJU 7 Life Science Chapter 12 Vocabulary
invertebrates
filter feeder
radial symmetry
nematocyst
Animals without backbones
organism that takes in water to filter out the food and then…
body plan in which body parts repeat around the center of the…
In cnidarians, a stinging cell that is used to inject a toxin…
invertebrates
Animals without backbones
filter feeder
organism that takes in water to filter out the food and then…
49 terms
Glencoe Life Science Chapter 12 - Introduction to Animals
vertebrate
invertebrate
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
an animal with a backbone like fish, humans, lizards
an animal that does not have a backbone like worms, sponges,…
an animal that can be divided into two parts that are nearly…
an animal that be divided into two parts that nearly mirror i…
vertebrate
an animal with a backbone like fish, humans, lizards
invertebrate
an animal that does not have a backbone like worms, sponges,…
Life Science Chapter 12 Vocabulary
Herbivore
Carnivore
Omnivore
Vertebrate
A consumer that eats only plants.
A consumer that eats only animals.
An animal that eats both plants and animals
An animal with a backbone
Herbivore
A consumer that eats only plants.
Carnivore
A consumer that eats only animals.
50 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
zoology
consumers
invertebrate
Porifera
the study of animals
organisms that must obtain food rather than make it by photos…
an animal without a backbone
phylum of sponges
zoology
the study of animals
consumers
organisms that must obtain food rather than make it by photos…
13 terms
CPO life science chapter 12 vocabulary
Rock cycle
Geological time scale
Half-life
Geology
The process of rock formation and recycling
A model of history of life on earth
The amount of time it takes for half of the unstable atoms in…
The study of earth's formation and structure
Rock cycle
The process of rock formation and recycling
Geological time scale
A model of history of life on earth
31 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
chordate
notochord
vertebra
ectotherm
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
the small bones that make up the backbone
an animal whose body does not produce much internal heat
chordate
The phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
notochord
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
90 terms
Chapter 12 Life Science
Passive smokers
Carbon monoxide
ETS has a high concentration of
ETS damages lungs, but
people who are in the same environment as active smokers
must abundant chemical in ETS
particulates (tar)
chemicals can also pass into bloodstream
Passive smokers
people who are in the same environment as active smokers
Carbon monoxide
must abundant chemical in ETS
18 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
adapation
herbivore
carnivore
omnivore
any variation that makes an organism better suited to its env…
animals that eat only plants or parts of plants
animals that eat other animals
animals that eat plants and animals or animal flesh
adapation
any variation that makes an organism better suited to its env…
herbivore
animals that eat only plants or parts of plants
23 terms
*Life Science - all of Chapter 12
xylem
phloem
sepal
petal
Nonliving vascular tissue that carries water and dissolved mi…
Living vascular tissue that carries sugar and organic substan…
A modified leaf in angiosperms that helps enclose and protect…
A modified leaf of a flowering plant; petals are the often co…
xylem
Nonliving vascular tissue that carries water and dissolved mi…
phloem
Living vascular tissue that carries sugar and organic substan…
38 terms
Science Shepherd Life Science chapter 12
angiosperms
apical meristems
body
botanists
Plants that produce flowers.
Meristems that are found at the tips of stems and roots are a…
The entire structure of a plant.
Scientists who study plants.
angiosperms
Plants that produce flowers.
apical meristems
Meristems that are found at the tips of stems and roots are a…
28 terms
Chapter 12 - Life Science
bark
blade
cork
epidermis
the outer covering of woody plant parts
the typically flat
tough, thick-walled, waterproof cells forming the outer layer…
a tissue that serves as a protective covering layer in plants…
bark
the outer covering of woody plant parts
blade
the typically flat
Life Science Chapter 12.3
forest
canopy
tree line
forestry
dense collection of trees with a thick top layer of interlace…
thick top layer of interlaced leaves
the northern and southern limit at which trees grow
science of managing and studying forests and related natural…
forest
dense collection of trees with a thick top layer of interlace…
canopy
thick top layer of interlaced leaves
20 terms
Life Science Chapter 12 Vocab
node
taproot
fibrous root system
woody stem
a region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached
a type of root system having one or a few main roots that are…
a type of root system having a cluster of roots that are abou…
a harder, nonflexible type of plant stem
node
a region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached
taproot
a type of root system having one or a few main roots that are…
58 terms
Glencoe Life Science Chapter 12 - Introduction to Animals
vertebrate
invertebrate
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
an animal with a backbone like fish, humans, lizards
an animal that does not have a backbone like worms, sponges,…
an animal that can be divided into two parts that are nearly…
an animal that be divided into two parts that nearly mirror i…
vertebrate
an animal with a backbone like fish, humans, lizards
invertebrate
an animal that does not have a backbone like worms, sponges,…
23 terms
Life Science Chapter 12- Invertebrates
Backbone
Not
zoology
Eukaryotic
An invertebrate is an animal that does not have a ?
Animals do or do not carry on photosynthesis
The study of animals is _________
Are animals prokaryotic or eukaryotic
Backbone
An invertebrate is an animal that does not have a ?
Not
Animals do or do not carry on photosynthesis
58 terms
Glencoe Life Science Chapter 12 - Introduction to Animals
vertebrate
invertebrate
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
an animal with a backbone like fish, humans, lizards
an animal that does not have a backbone like worms, sponges,…
an animal that can be divided into two parts that are nearly…
an animal that be divided into two parts that nearly mirror i…
vertebrate
an animal with a backbone like fish, humans, lizards
invertebrate
an animal that does not have a backbone like worms, sponges,…
Life Science Chapter 12.6
slash
Gifford Pinchot
Theodore Roosevelt
sustainable forestry
branches and other logging debris
appointed head of the new Forest Service
President of U.S. also united three agencies to form U.S. For…
it ensures that each year we grow more timber than we cut
slash
branches and other logging debris
Gifford Pinchot
appointed head of the new Forest Service
Life Science Chapter 12
bird
crop
down feather
gizzard
An endothermic vertebrate that is covered in feathers, breath…
A pouch in many birds and some lower animals that resembles a…
Feathers with smooth barbules but no hooked barbules
Found in digestive tract of birds, earthworms, and grasshoppe…
bird
An endothermic vertebrate that is covered in feathers, breath…
crop
A pouch in many birds and some lower animals that resembles a…
Life Science Chapter 12.4
carbon sink
carbon source
saplings
deforestation
any system or object that absorbs carbon dioxide from the env…
an object that produces carbon dioxide
young trees
removing trees from the forest
carbon sink
any system or object that absorbs carbon dioxide from the env…
carbon source
an object that produces carbon dioxide
life science: chapter 12
Zoology
Invertebrate
Sponge
Porifera
Study of animals
Animals without a backbone
In animal whose existence depends on the many pores in its bo…
Phylum of sponges
Zoology
Study of animals
Invertebrate
Animals without a backbone
39 terms
Bob Jones - Life Science - Chapter 12
Invertebrate
Filter feeder
Radial symmetry
Nematocysts
An animal that lacks a backbone
An organism that filters food out of water.
A body pattern in which several different planes could divide…
A stinging cell used by cnidarians for defense or for capturi…
Invertebrate
An animal that lacks a backbone
Filter feeder
An organism that filters food out of water.
Life Science Chapter 12.1
Tree
Shrub
Crown
Spreading branching
perennial, woody plant that grows to be at least 20 feet tall
perennial woody plant that does not meet either at least 20 f…
top portion of a tree which includes the tree's leaves, twigs…
Several main branches close to the ground
Tree
perennial, woody plant that grows to be at least 20 feet tall
Shrub
perennial woody plant that does not meet either at least 20 f…
BJU Life Science - Chapter 12: The Invertebrates
invertebrates
filter feeder
radial symmetry
nematocyst
Animals without backbones
organism that takes in water to filter out the food and then…
body plan in which body parts repeat around the center of the…
In cnidarians, a stinging cell that is used to inject a toxin…
invertebrates
Animals without backbones
filter feeder
organism that takes in water to filter out the food and then…
29 terms
COCO-LIFE SCIENCE-Chapter 12 Review Science
Which is not used to provide an animal…
The fluid-filled sac in an earthworm i…
the animal pictured below has which ty…
Animals with ___________ do not have b…
a nerve net
coelom
exoskeleton
nerve nets
Which is not used to provide an animal…
a nerve net
The fluid-filled sac in an earthworm i…
coelom
20 terms
BJU Life Science chapter 12 DRB CBCS
anatomy
node
top root system
lateral roots
the bodily structure of an organism
a region where a leaf is or was attached
has one or a few main roots that are thicker and longer than…
small roots that branch from the main root
anatomy
the bodily structure of an organism
node
a region where a leaf is or was attached
43 terms
BJU Life Science chapter 12
Morphology
anatomy
node
top root system
the shape or form of an organism
the bodily structure of an organism
a region where a leaf is or was attached
has one or a few main roots that are thicker and longer than…
Morphology
the shape or form of an organism
anatomy
the bodily structure of an organism
Life Science Chapter 12
zoology
Animals are:
invertebrate
sponges are ____________ feeders
the study of animals
-eukaryotic /multicellular... -have organized tissues... -are consu…
An animal without a backbone
filter
zoology
the study of animals
Animals are:
-eukaryotic /multicellular... -have organized tissues... -are consu…
Life Science Chapter 12 Vocab
Bird
Contour Feather
Down Feather
Crop
Endothermic vertebrate that have feathers, 4 chambered heart,…
Large feathers that give bird shape
Short, fluffy used to trap heat
Internal food storage tank
Bird
Endothermic vertebrate that have feathers, 4 chambered heart,…
Contour Feather
Large feathers that give bird shape
60 terms
BJU Life Science Chapter 12
eukaryotic
multi-cellular
tissue
plastid
has a nucleus
has more than one cell
group of similar cells that do something together and can't l…
the organelle in which photosynthesis occurs
eukaryotic
has a nucleus
multi-cellular
has more than one cell
Life Science Chapter 12
plant organs
node
fibrous roots
opposite leaf arrangement
stems, roots, leaves
region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached
many nearly equal-sized roots
two leaves are attached at a node
plant organs
stems, roots, leaves
node
region on a stem where a leaf is or was attached
37 terms
Life Science Chapter 12
Plastids
Root
Node
Taproot system
one example is a chloroplast
the part of the plant that does not have nodes and supplies n…
a region where a leaf is or was attached
has one or a few main roots that are thicker and stronger wit…
Plastids
one example is a chloroplast
Root
the part of the plant that does not have nodes and supplies n…
37 terms
BJU Life Science, Chapter 12 (?)
What is an invertebrate?
What type of skeleton does a jellyfish…
What are the painful stingers found in…
(T/F) Most animals are vertebrates.
an animal without a backbone
hydrostatic skeleton
nematocysts
False
What is an invertebrate?
an animal without a backbone
What type of skeleton does a jellyfish…
hydrostatic skeleton
20 terms
Life Science chapter 12
Species
Fossil
Adaptation
Evolution
A group of similar organisms that can mate with each other an…
The preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in…
A trait that helps an organism survive and reproduce
The gradual change of species overtime
Species
A group of similar organisms that can mate with each other an…
Fossil
The preserved remains or traces of an organism that lived in…
Chapter 12 Life Science
birds
contour feather
down feathers
crop
endothermic vertebrate that lays eggs has feathers and a four…
a large feather that assist the bird's flight
specialized feathers that trap heat
stores food before entering stomach
birds
endothermic vertebrate that lays eggs has feathers and a four…
contour feather
a large feather that assist the bird's flight
Life Science Chapter 12
Genetic Testing
Phenotype
Homologous Chromosomes
Homozygous
Allows expectant parents to test for possibilities in their u…
An organisms physical traits
Have genes at specific loci, have alleles of a gene at same l…
Two capital letters, has identical alleles for a gene
Genetic Testing
Allows expectant parents to test for possibilities in their u…
Phenotype
An organisms physical traits
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