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Chapter 32 mammals
Gland
Mammary gland
Diaphragm
Placental mammal
In mammals, a cell or group of cell or group that secretes fl…
Modified sweat glands in female mammals, which produces and s…
In mammals, the sheet of muscles located beneath the lungs th…
Mammals that give birth to young that have developed inside t…
Gland
In mammals, a cell or group of cell or group that secretes fl…
Mammary gland
Modified sweat glands in female mammals, which produces and s…
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Chapter 32 | Mammals
Diaphragm
Gland
Mammary gland
Gestation
In mammals, the sheet of muscles located beneath the lungs th…
In mammals, a cell or group of cells that secretes fluids.
Modified sweat glands in female mammals, which produce and se…
Time during which placental mammals develop inside the uterus.
Diaphragm
In mammals, the sheet of muscles located beneath the lungs th…
Gland
In mammals, a cell or group of cells that secretes fluids.
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chapter 32 mammals
mammary gland
subcutaneous fat
rumen
diaphram
gland in mammals that produces milk to nourish the young
layer of fat cells beneath the skin
stomach chamber in cows where newly swallowed plant food is s…
large, flat muscle at the bottom of the chest cavity that con…
mammary gland
gland in mammals that produces milk to nourish the young
subcutaneous fat
layer of fat cells beneath the skin
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Chapter 32 Mammals
Mammary Glands
Subcutaneous Fat
Rumen
Diaphragm
Glands in female mammals that produce milk for nourishing the…
A layer of fat located beneath the skin that also helps mamma…
A special stomach chamber in herbivores in which newly swallo…
A powerful muscle that pulls the bottom of the chest cavity d…
Mammary Glands
Glands in female mammals that produce milk for nourishing the…
Subcutaneous Fat
A layer of fat located beneath the skin that also helps mamma…
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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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Biology Chapter 32 - Mammals
diaphragm
endotherm
gland
gestation
sheet of muscle located beneath the lungs that separates the…
animal that maintains a constant body temperature and is not…
cell or group of cells that secrete fluids
time during which placental mammals develop inside the uterus
diaphragm
sheet of muscle located beneath the lungs that separates the…
endotherm
animal that maintains a constant body temperature and is not…
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Chapter 32 mammals
viviparous developement
mammary gland
First mammals appeared
sweat glands
a feature present in most but not ALL female mammals
organ used by a cow to feed her newborn calf
when dinosaurs became extinct
what some mammals have to release heat from their bodies
viviparous developement
a feature present in most but not ALL female mammals
mammary gland
organ used by a cow to feed her newborn calf
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Chapter 32 mammals
Alveoli
Anthropoid
Binocular vision
Bipedal
Small sacs, site at gas exchange
Humanlike primates
Ability to merge visual images from both eyes, providing dept…
Two foot, locomotion freed both hands to use tools
Alveoli
Small sacs, site at gas exchange
Anthropoid
Humanlike primates
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Chapter 32 - Mammals
Mammary Gland
Subcutaneous Fat
Rumen
Diaphragm
Gland in mammals that produces milk to nourish the young
Layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
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
Gland in mammals that produces milk to nourish the young
Subcutaneous Fat
Layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
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mammals chapter 32
fact
mammals
cerebrum cerellum and medeulla oblongata
babies
mammals decended from ancient reptiles; when dinosaurs were h…
are endotherm and warmth is kept through body fat and fur; ha…
they have all these
care by mother only to a certain age and it varies from mamma…
fact
mammals decended from ancient reptiles; when dinosaurs were h…
mammals
are endotherm and warmth is kept through body fat and fur; ha…
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Chapter 32: Mammals!
endotherm
mammary glands
diaphragm
incisors
animal that maintains a nearly constant body temperature that…
produces secrete milk, modified sweat glands
sheet of musle located beneath the lungs that seperates the c…
grasp and hold
endotherm
animal that maintains a nearly constant body temperature that…
mammary glands
produces secrete milk, modified sweat glands
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Chapter 32 mammals
insulation
teeth
grinding plants
internal
the primary function of hair is __
the structure of a mammal's __ usually reveals its diet
the teeth of a manatee are specialized for __
mammals reproduce by __ fertilization
insulation
the primary function of hair is __
teeth
the structure of a mammal's __ usually reveals its diet
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Chapter 32 mammals
mammary glands
subcutaneous fat
rumen
diaphragm
Secrete milk
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 glands
Secrete milk
subcutaneous fat
Fat stored directly under the skin
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Chapter 32: Mammals
Mammary Gland
Subcutaneous Fat
Rumen
Diaphragm
A gland in mammals that produces milk to nourish the young
A layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve bod…
The stomach chamber in cows and related animals in which newl…
The large, flat muscle at the bottom of the chest cavity that…
Mammary Gland
A gland in mammals that produces milk to nourish the young
Subcutaneous Fat
A layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve bod…
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Chapter 32 mammals
Alveoli
Anthropoid
Binocular vision
Bipedal
Small sacs, site at gas exchange
Humanlike primates
Ability to merge visual images from both eyes, providing dept…
Two foot, locomotion freed both hands to use tools
Alveoli
Small sacs, site at gas exchange
Anthropoid
Humanlike primates
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Chapter 32 Mammals
Hair, Mammary glands
Endotherm
Reptiles
Body hair, Subcutaneous fat
2 characteristics of mammals
All mammals are ____ and breathe air
The ancestors of mammals diverged from ancient ____ during th…
2 ways mammals conserve body heat are external _____ and ______
Hair, Mammary glands
2 characteristics of mammals
Endotherm
All mammals are ____ and breathe air
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Chapter 32 Mammals
the two notable features of mammals
characteristics of a mammal
the ancestors of mammals diverged from…
2 ways mammals conserve body heat
hair, mammary glands
breathe air, endotherm
reptiles
external body hair, subcutaneous fat
the two notable features of mammals
hair, mammary glands
characteristics of a mammal
breathe air, endotherm
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Chapter 32 Mammals
Which organ is used by cow to feed her…
The first true mammals appeared
What do some mammals have to release h…
The mammalian circulatory system consi…
mammary gland
about the same time dinosaurs became extinct
sweat glands
two seperate loops powered by a 4 chambered heart
Which organ is used by cow to feed her…
mammary gland
The first true mammals appeared
about the same time dinosaurs became extinct
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chapter 32 mammals
how do mammals maintain their heat
Feeding in mammals
carnivors
herbivors
hair , fatty hypodermis, and having a high metabolism that pr…
mammals eat 10x more than reptiles do per equal size
have teeth for tearing and eating meat
eat plants and have dull teeth
how do mammals maintain their heat
hair , fatty hypodermis, and having a high metabolism that pr…
Feeding in mammals
mammals eat 10x more than reptiles do per equal size
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Chapter 32 mammals
mammary glands
The first true mammals appeared?
what do mammals have that will release…
the mammalian circulatory system consi…
an organs used by cow to feed her newborn calf
about the same time dinosaurs became extinct
sweat glands
two separate loops powered by a 4 chamber heart
mammary glands
an organs used by cow to feed her newborn calf
The first true mammals appeared?
about the same time dinosaurs became extinct
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Chapter 32 Mammals
1. Mammals are characterized by each o…
____ 2. The first true mammals appeare…
3. Mammals that have broad, flattened…
____ 4. Which body system includes the…
d
b
d
d
1. Mammals are characterized by each o…
d
____ 2. The first true mammals appeare…
b
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chapter 32 mammals
how do mammals maintain their heat
Feeding in mammals
carnivors
herbivors
hair , fatty hypodermis, and having a high metabolism that pr…
mammals eat 10x more than reptiles do per equal size
have teeth for tearing and eating meat
eat plants and have dull teeth
how do mammals maintain their heat
hair , fatty hypodermis, and having a high metabolism that pr…
Feeding in mammals
mammals eat 10x more than reptiles do per equal size
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Bio Chapter 32: Mammals
diaphragm
gland
mammary gland
gestation
in mammals, the sheet of muscles located beneath the lungs th…
in mammals, a cell or group of cells that secretes fluids
milk-producing glands in mammals; mammals nurse their young u…
time during which placental mammals develop inside the uterus
diaphragm
in mammals, the sheet of muscles located beneath the lungs th…
gland
in mammals, a cell or group of cells that secretes fluids
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Bio Chapter 32: Mammals
diaphragm
gland
mammary gland
gestation
in mammals, the sheet of muscles located beneath the lungs th…
in mammals, a cell or group of cells that secretes fluids
milk-producing glands in mammals; mammals nurse their young u…
time during which placental mammals develop inside the uterus
diaphragm
in mammals, the sheet of muscles located beneath the lungs th…
gland
in mammals, a cell or group of cells that secretes fluids
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chapter 32 biology (mammals)
placenta
placental mammals
marsupial mammals
monotremes
nourishment of the young inside the uterus occurs through thi…
give birth to young that have developed inside the mother's u…
the young have a short period of development within the mothe…
a mammal that reproduces by laying eggs (platypus)
placenta
nourishment of the young inside the uterus occurs through thi…
placental mammals
give birth to young that have developed inside the mother's u…
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bio chapter 32 mammals
List the 3 groups of living mammals
The 3 groups of mammals differ greatly…
mammals that lay eggs?
those that bear live at a very early s…
monotremes, marsupials, placentals
reproduction; devolopment
monotremes
marsupials
List the 3 groups of living mammals
monotremes, marsupials, placentals
The 3 groups of mammals differ greatly…
reproduction; devolopment
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Chapter 32 Mammals
Which organ is used by cow to feed her…
The first true mammals appeared
What do some mammals have that will re…
The mammalian circulatory system consi…
mammary gland
about the same time dinosaurs became extinct
sweat glands
two separate loops powered by a 4-chambered heart
Which organ is used by cow to feed her…
mammary gland
The first true mammals appeared
about the same time dinosaurs became extinct
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Chapter 32 Mammals
what are two notable features of mamma…
which of the following are characteris…
what three characteristics help scient…
the ancestors of mammals diverged from…
-hair... -mammary glands
a- breather air... d- endothermic
-lower jaw that has a large teeth-bearing bone... -complex teeth…
reptiles
what are two notable features of mamma…
-hair... -mammary glands
which of the following are characteris…
a- breather air... d- endothermic
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Biology:- Chapter 32- Mammals
List the two notable features of mamma…
Choose the letter of each characterist…
A characteristics help scientists iden…
Another characteristic that help scien…
a. Hair ... b. Mammary glands
a. breathe air ... d. endotherm
a. Lower jaw consisting of a large, teeth-bearing bone connec…
Teeth.
List the two notable features of mamma…
a. Hair ... b. Mammary glands
Choose the letter of each characterist…
a. breathe air ... d. endotherm
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Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 32 - Mammals
characteristics of mammals
mammary glands
how mammals maintain homeostatis
subcutaneous fat
mammary glands, hair, four-chambered heart, breathes air, end…
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
hair and subcutaneous fat helps conserve body heat, sweating…
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
characteristics of mammals
mammary glands, hair, four-chambered heart, breathes air, end…
mammary glands
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
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Zoology Chapter 32: Mammals
Characteristics of Mammals (4)
When did the first true mammals appear?
What era was known as the "age of mamm…
What hair is made of
Hair; mammary glands; 4 chambered hearts; endothermic
230 MYA (late Triassic period)
Cenozoic
keratin
Characteristics of Mammals (4)
Hair; mammary glands; 4 chambered hearts; endothermic
When did the first true mammals appear?
230 MYA (late Triassic period)
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Focus Center Biology- Chapter 32 Mammals
Red bone marrow
Hinge
Sprains
Skeletal muscle
Produces red and white blood cells and platelets.
The type of joint an elbow is.
What happens when you twist your arm and damage the ligaments…
The type of muscle that is under conscious control.
Red bone marrow
Produces red and white blood cells and platelets.
Hinge
The type of joint an elbow is.
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Chapter 32 mammals
mammary glands
The first true mammals appeared?
what do mammals have that will release…
the mammalian circulatory system consi…
an organs used by cow to feed her newborn calf
about the same time dinosaurs became extinct
sweat glands
two separate loops powered by a 4 chamber heart
mammary glands
an organs used by cow to feed her newborn calf
The first true mammals appeared?
about the same time dinosaurs became extinct
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Biology II Chapter 32 - Mammals
Form and Functions
Body Temperature Control
Feeding
Respiration
Body temperature control, feeding, respiration, circulation,…
High metabolism helps generate body heat.... External body hair…
Eats 10 times as much food as a reptile of the same size to m…
All mammals, even those that live in water, use lungs to brea…
Form and Functions
Body temperature control, feeding, respiration, circulation,…
Body Temperature Control
High metabolism helps generate body heat.... External body hair…
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Bio 2 Chapter 32: Mammals
All mammals have ___ and __________ __…
have ____-chambered hearts
Are mammals ectotherms or endotherms?
List three ways in which animals keep…
hair, mammary glands
four
endotherms
high metabolism, body hair, subcutaneous fat
All mammals have ___ and __________ __…
hair, mammary glands
have ____-chambered hearts
four
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Chapter 32 & 25 (Mammals & Behavior)
placenta
placental mammals
marsupial mammals
monotremes mammals
nourishment of the young inside the uterus providing nutrient…
give birth to young that have developed inside uterus during…
give birth to young after short time inside the uterus and sp…
reproducing by laying eggs
placenta
nourishment of the young inside the uterus providing nutrient…
placental mammals
give birth to young that have developed inside uterus during…
Bio 2 Chapter 32: Mammals
All mammals have ___ and __________ __…
have ____-chambered hearts
Are mammals ectotherms or endotherms?
List three ways in which animals keep…
hair, mammary glands
four
endotherms
high metabolism, body hair, subcutaneous fat
All mammals have ___ and __________ __…
hair, mammary glands
have ____-chambered hearts
four
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Bio 2 Chapter 32: Mammals
All mammals have ___ and __________ __…
have ____-chambered hearts
Are mammals ectotherms or endotherms?
List three ways in which animals keep…
hair, mammary glands
four
endotherms
high metabolism, body hair, subcutaneous fat
All mammals have ___ and __________ __…
hair, mammary glands
have ____-chambered hearts
four
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Chapter 32-1 Introduction to the Mammals
What are the characteristics of a mamm…
When did mammals evolve?
How do mammals maintain homeostasis?
What evolved in mammals?
Breathe air, four-chambered heart, endotherms
220 million years ago
Regulate their body heat from within, use of kidneys
Form and function of jaws and teeth became adapted to eat foo…
What are the characteristics of a mamm…
Breathe air, four-chambered heart, endotherms
When did mammals evolve?
220 million years ago
Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 32 - Mammals
characteristics of mammals
mammary glands
how mammals maintain homeostatis
subcutaneous fat
mammary glands, hair, four-chambered heart, breathes air, end…
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
hair and subcutaneous fat helps conserve body heat, sweating…
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
characteristics of mammals
mammary glands, hair, four-chambered heart, breathes air, end…
mammary glands
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
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CH 32 Mammals
mammary gland
subcutaneous fat
rumen
diaphragm
milk-secreting organ of female mammals
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
the first compartment of the stomach of a ruminant
a muscular partition separating the abdominal and thoracic ca…
mammary gland
milk-secreting organ of female mammals
subcutaneous fat
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
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Chapter 32-2 Diversity of Mammals Vocabulary
monotreme
marsupial
placenta
Chiroptera... insectivora... rodentia... probos…
egg-laying mammals
mammals which bears live young that complete their developmen…
organ in ______ mammals through which nutrients, oxygen, carb…
How many kinds there are for placenta?
monotreme
egg-laying mammals
marsupial
mammals which bears live young that complete their developmen…
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Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 32 - Mammals
characteristics of mammals
mammary glands
how mammals maintain homeostatis
subcutaneous fat
mammary glands, hair, four-chambered heart, breathes air, end…
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
hair and subcutaneous fat helps conserve body heat, sweating…
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
characteristics of mammals
mammary glands, hair, four-chambered heart, breathes air, end…
mammary glands
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
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Biology I Chapter 32 Mammals Study Guide
mammary glands
double loop
subcutaneous fat
sweat glands
produce milk
closed circulatory system
layer that helps keep mammals warm
help cool the body
mammary glands
produce milk
double loop
closed circulatory system
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Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 32 - Mammals
characteristics of mammals
mammary glands
how mammals maintain homeostatis
subcutaneous fat
mammary glands, hair, four-chambered heart, breathes air, end…
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
hair and subcutaneous fat helps conserve body heat, sweating…
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
characteristics of mammals
mammary glands, hair, four-chambered heart, breathes air, end…
mammary glands
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
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Prentice Hall Biology Chapter 32 - Mammals
mammary glands
subcutaneous fat
rumen
diaphragm
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
a stomach chamber where newly swallowed plant food is stored…
powerful muscle that helps in breathing, located at the botto…
mammary glands
glands that produce milk to nourish the young
subcutaneous fat
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
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Chapter 32-1 Introduction to the Mammals Vocabulary
mammary gland
subcutaneous fat
rumen
diaphragm
gland in mammals that produces milk to nourish the young
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
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
gland in mammals that produces milk to nourish the young
subcutaneous fat
layer of fat cells beneath the skin that helps conserve body…
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AP BIOLOGY - Chapter 32 (Organ Systems in Mammals)
Digestive system (main components)
Digestive system (main functions)
Circulatory system (main components)
Circulatory system (main functions)
∙ Mouth... ∙ Pharynx... ∙ Esophagus ... ∙ Stomach... ∙ Intestines... ∙ Liver…
Food processing (ingestion, digestion, absorption, elimination)
∙ Heart... ∙ Blood vessels... ∙ Blood
Internal distribution of materials
Digestive system (main components)
∙ Mouth... ∙ Pharynx... ∙ Esophagus ... ∙ Stomach... ∙ Intestines... ∙ Liver…
Digestive system (main functions)
Food processing (ingestion, digestion, absorption, elimination)
Biology Chapter 32 Mammals (vocab and more)
two defining characteristics of mammals
mammary glands produce
mammary glands are for
mammals are believed to have evolved f…
hair, mammory glands
milk
nourishing young
ancient reptiles
two defining characteristics of mammals
hair, mammory glands
mammary glands produce
milk
Biology Chapter 32 Mammals (vocab only)
Mammary Glands
Subcutaneous Fat
Rumen
Diaphragm
Glands in mammals that produce milk in order to nourish the y…
Layer of fat cells beneath the skin
Stomach chamber in cows and related animals in which newly sw…
Large, flat muscle at the bottom of the chest cavity that con…
Mammary Glands
Glands in mammals that produce milk in order to nourish the y…
Subcutaneous Fat
Layer of fat cells beneath the skin
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