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Marine Biology Chapter 6
What is smallest unit of matter?
3 parts of an atom
examples of elements
How many known elements are there?
atom
proton, neutron, electron
hydrogen (H), carbon (C), oxygen (O), calcium (Ca), Nitrogen…
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What is smallest unit of matter?
atom
3 parts of an atom
proton, neutron, electron
Marine Biology Chapter 5 & 6
Archaea
Prokaryotic Metabolism
Diatoms
Dinoflagelates
Halophile, Thermoplastics, Methanogens
Autotrophic, Heterothos, Nitrogen Fixation
Archaea
Halophile, Thermoplastics, Methanogens
Prokaryotic Metabolism
Autotrophic, Heterothos, Nitrogen Fixation
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Marine Biology - 6
viruses
have no metabolism.
is specific for bacteria
10 to 400 nm.
The most abundant microbes in the marine environment are:
Viruses are not considered "living" by some biologists becaus…
A phage:
Virus size is:
viruses
The most abundant microbes in the marine environment are:
have no metabolism.
Viruses are not considered "living" by some biologists becaus…
Marine Biology - Chapter 6
viruses
have no metabolism.
is specific for bacteria
10 to 400 nm.
The most abundant microbes in the marine environment are:
Viruses are not considered "living" by some biologists becaus…
A phage:
Virus size is:
viruses
The most abundant microbes in the marine environment are:
have no metabolism.
Viruses are not considered "living" by some biologists becaus…
Chapter 6 Marine biology
seaweed
macrophytes
macroalgae
thallus
a large, multicellular marine alga
rooted or free-floating multi-cellular plants in an aquatic s…
Photosynthetic protists large enough to be seen with an unaid…
The body of a plant-like organism that is not divided into le…
seaweed
a large, multicellular marine alga
macrophytes
rooted or free-floating multi-cellular plants in an aquatic s…
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Marine Biology Ch 6 Vocab
proton
neutron
electron
element
postiviely charged particle in an atom's nucleus
particle without a charge in an atom's nucleus
negatively charged particle that occupies the space around an…
pure substance composed of only 1 type of atom; ... cannot be br…
proton
postiviely charged particle in an atom's nucleus
neutron
particle without a charge in an atom's nucleus
Marine Biology [ Ch. 6 ]
The two major cell types in a sponge's…
Sponges feed by drawing water into the…
Sponges reproduce
Sponge larvae are more animal-like tha…
B. collar cells and amoebocytes
B. false
A. by breaking off buds - asexually ... B. sexually by producing…
B. they're free- swimming organisms
The two major cell types in a sponge's…
B. collar cells and amoebocytes
Sponges feed by drawing water into the…
B. false
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Apologia Marine Biology Module 6
Anadromous
Catadromous
Chromatophores
Demersal
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Referring to fishes that migrate from fresh water to the ocea…
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean (134)
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Catadromous
Referring to fishes that migrate from fresh water to the ocea…
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Marine Biology Week 6
ostia
spongocoel
collar cells
pinacocytes
In the Phylum Porifera, these are the pores on the side of th…
In the Phylum Porifera - this is the center chamber inside of…
In the Phylum Porifera - these are cells found inside the spo…
In the Phylum Porifera - these are cells that serve as "skin"…
ostia
In the Phylum Porifera, these are the pores on the side of th…
spongocoel
In the Phylum Porifera - this is the center chamber inside of…
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Marine Biology Vocabulary 6
Bilateral Symmetry
Anterior
Posterior
Dorsal
Body organization that can be divided into two parts that are…
Front
Back
Refers to the back of the organ or body
Bilateral Symmetry
Body organization that can be divided into two parts that are…
Anterior
Front
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Apologia Marine Biology Module 6
Anadromous
Catadromous
Chromatophores
Demersal
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Referring to fishes that migrate from fresh water to the ocea…
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean (134)
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Catadromous
Referring to fishes that migrate from fresh water to the ocea…
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Marine Biology Mod. 6
Anadromous
Demersal
Chromatophores
Myomeres
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Fish that live on the bottom of the ocean
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Band of muscle along the sides of fishes used for locomotion
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Demersal
Fish that live on the bottom of the ocean
Marine Biology 1-6
Who is considered the first scientific…
What is Anaximander known for?
who is the father of biology?
What did Aristotle do?
Anaximander
He observed and tried to explain the universe and its origins…
Aristotle
Developed ladder of life, attempted to classify organisms, fi…
Who is considered the first scientific…
Anaximander
What is Anaximander known for?
He observed and tried to explain the universe and its origins…
Marine Biology Chapter 6
Atoms
Electrons
Protons
Neutrons
the building blocks of matter
negatively charged particles found around the nucleus
Positively charged particles in the nucleus with no charge
Particles with no charge found in the nucleus
Atoms
the building blocks of matter
Electrons
negatively charged particles found around the nucleus
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Marine Biology
Sponge
Jellyfish
Fan Coral
Sea Anemone
Porifera
Cnidarian
Sponge
Porifera
Jellyfish
Cnidarian
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Chapter 6 marine biology
Macrophytes
Thallus
Pneumatocysts
Fucoxanthin
a plant, especially an aquatic plant, large enough to be seen…
The complete body of a seaweed
A gas filled bladder in seaweeds
The yellow to golden brown
Macrophytes
a plant, especially an aquatic plant, large enough to be seen…
Thallus
The complete body of a seaweed
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Marine Biology
mutualism
commensalism
parasitism
symbiosis
symbiotic relationship that benefits both organisms ex. yucca…
symbiotic relationship that benefits 1 organism and the other…
symbiotic relationship that benefits 1 organism and the other…
definition: interaction between 2 different organisms living…
mutualism
symbiotic relationship that benefits both organisms ex. yucca…
commensalism
symbiotic relationship that benefits 1 organism and the other…
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Marine Biology Chapter 6
Nutrition
what are the basic nutrients needed by…
Metabolism
Heterotrophic Nutrition
the process by which organisms use food to perform their life…
starches, proteins, fats, minerals, vitamins and water
the process by which animals break down and utilize these nut…
the consumption of food by organisms
Nutrition
the process by which organisms use food to perform their life…
what are the basic nutrients needed by…
starches, proteins, fats, minerals, vitamins and water
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Marine Biology Module 6
Anadromous
Demersal
Chromatophores
Myomeres
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Bands of muscle along the sides of fishes used for locomotion
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Demersal
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
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Marine Biology Chapter 6 Seaweeds and Plants
macroalgae
thallus
blade
stipe
- also known as seaweeds or macrophytes... - important primary p…
- body of a macroalgae... - can be simple or more advanced in it…
leaf-like structures
stem-like structures
macroalgae
- also known as seaweeds or macrophytes... - important primary p…
thallus
- body of a macroalgae... - can be simple or more advanced in it…
Chapter 6 Marine biology
seaweed
macrophytes
macroalgae
thallus
a large, multicellular marine alga
rooted or free-floating multi-cellular plants in an aquatic s…
Photosynthetic protists large enough to be seen with an unaid…
The body of a plant-like organism that is not divided into le…
seaweed
a large, multicellular marine alga
macrophytes
rooted or free-floating multi-cellular plants in an aquatic s…
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Chapter 6 marine biology
What do multicellular algae lack?
General structure includes what
Thallus
Blade
Lack specialized reproductive structures like terrestrial pla…
Thallus ... Blade ... Holdfast ... Stipe... Pneumatocyst
The complete body of alga
The leaf-like, flattened portion of a thallus
What do multicellular algae lack?
Lack specialized reproductive structures like terrestrial pla…
General structure includes what
Thallus ... Blade ... Holdfast ... Stipe... Pneumatocyst
Ch 6 marine biology
Seaweeds
Macro algae
Macrophytes
Thallus
A large multicellular algae (macrophytes)
Large algae, often living attached in dense beds, such as kelp.
a plant, especially an aquatic plant, large enough to be seen…
A complete body of seaweed
Seaweeds
A large multicellular algae (macrophytes)
Macro algae
Large algae, often living attached in dense beds, such as kelp.
Marine Biology Unit 6
Order Cetacea
Mysticetes
Odontocetes
Adaptations for Diving
1. This order includes whales, dolphins and porpoises.... 2. For…
1. Baleen whales are filter feeders. ... 2. They take in huge mo…
1. Toothed whales are named for their simple, peg-like teeth.…
1. Rapid breathing prior to dive -known as apneustic breathin…
Order Cetacea
1. This order includes whales, dolphins and porpoises.... 2. For…
Mysticetes
1. Baleen whales are filter feeders. ... 2. They take in huge mo…
Marine Biology Ch. 6
seaweeds
macrophytes
thallus
pneumatocysts
any plant or plants growing in the ocean.... a marine alga.
a plant, especially a marine plant, large enough to be visibl…
a simple vegetative body undifferentiated into true leaves, s…
the cavity of a pneumatophore.
seaweeds
any plant or plants growing in the ocean.... a marine alga.
macrophytes
a plant, especially a marine plant, large enough to be visibl…
Group 6 Marine Biology
Titanic sinking
Panama Canal
The first pearl culture
WW1
Lead to scientists to find a way to use sound to direct objec…
Connects the Atlantic ocean to the Pacific Ocean
Started by the University of Tokyo to make more oyster
Ocean research pro games to find enemy submarines
Titanic sinking
Lead to scientists to find a way to use sound to direct objec…
Panama Canal
Connects the Atlantic ocean to the Pacific Ocean
Marine Biology Gr. 6
why coral reefs are important
how do coral reefs protect coastal areas
reasons coral reefs are in danger
how much of the world's coral reefs wi…
million of tourists visit, help protect coastal areas, import…
they absorb the force of the waves
overfishing, pollution, dredging
58 percent
why coral reefs are important
million of tourists visit, help protect coastal areas, import…
how do coral reefs protect coastal areas
they absorb the force of the waves
Marine Biology Chapter 6
What kingdom are plants included in?
What is true about all seaweeds that i…
What is the best way to differentiate…
How can seaweed be differentiated from…
Plantae
Multicellular, Seaweed are all photosynthetic
Seaweed are mostly multicellular
Seaweeds don't have true stems, leaves and roots
What kingdom are plants included in?
Plantae
What is true about all seaweeds that i…
Multicellular, Seaweed are all photosynthetic
SMS6: Marine Biology
Dermal denticles
Lateral line
Ampullae of Lorenzini
Apex predator
Teeth like skin, takes the place of scales on Sharks, feels l…
Allows fish to sense vibration in the water
Special sensory cells along the nose of the shark to allow it…
Sits at the top of the food chain with little to no predators…
Dermal denticles
Teeth like skin, takes the place of scales on Sharks, feels l…
Lateral line
Allows fish to sense vibration in the water
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Marine Biology Unit 6
Demersal
Chromatophores
Hermaphroditism
oviparous
fish that live on the bottom of the ocean
surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
the animal has the reproductive organs of both sexes
eggs hatch outside the female's body
Demersal
fish that live on the bottom of the ocean
Chromatophores
surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
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marine biology chapter 6
what is the most abundant microbe in t…
What do viruses lack that prevents the…
How large are viruses?
How do viruses replicate?
virus
Cells and the ability to perform reproduction without a host
20-400 nanometers
Injects its genetic material into a host cell and "hijacks" t…
what is the most abundant microbe in t…
virus
What do viruses lack that prevents the…
Cells and the ability to perform reproduction without a host
Chapter 6 Marine Biology Vocabulary
Seaweeds
Macrophyte
Macroalgae
Thallus
Large algae growing in the sea or on rocks below the high-wat…
A plant, especially an aquatic plant, large enough to be seen…
Large algae, often living attached in dense beds, such as kelp.
A plant body that is not differentiated into stem and leaves…
Seaweeds
Large algae growing in the sea or on rocks below the high-wat…
Macrophyte
A plant, especially an aquatic plant, large enough to be seen…
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Marine Biology-Chapter 6 Simple Marine Animals
Nutrition
Nutrients
Metabolism
Enzyme
The process by which organisms use food to perform their life…
Useful chemical compounds contained in food.
The process by which animals break down and utilize these nut…
A protein that regulates the speed of a chemical reaction wit…
Nutrition
The process by which organisms use food to perform their life…
Nutrients
Useful chemical compounds contained in food.
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Module 6 marine biology
Demersal
Chromatophores
Hermaphroditism
Oviparous
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
A situation in which an animal has the reproductive organs of…
A type of development in which eggs are hatched outside a fem…
Demersal
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Chromatophores
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Marine Biology module 6
Anadromous
Demersal
Chromatophores
Myomeres
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, n…
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Bands of muscle along the sides of fishes used for locomotion
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, n…
Demersal
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Apologia Marine Biology Module 6
Anadromous
Catadromous
Chromatophores
Demersal
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Referring to fishes that migrate from fresh water to the ocea…
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean (134)
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Catadromous
Referring to fishes that migrate from fresh water to the ocea…
marine biology module 6
Demersal
Chromatophores
Hermaphroditism
Oviparous
fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
a situation in which an animal has the reproductive organs of…
a type of development in which eggs are hatched outside the f…
Demersal
fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Chromatophores
surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
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Chapter 6 Marine Biology
Seaweeds
Macrophytes
Macroalgae
Thallus
A type of marine algae
an aquatic plant that grows in or near water and is either em…
Seaweed refers to several species of macroscopic, multicellul…
a plant body that is not differentiated into stem and leaves…
Seaweeds
A type of marine algae
Macrophytes
an aquatic plant that grows in or near water and is either em…
33 terms
marine biology unit 6
annelid
polychaetes
swarming
nematode
a segmented worm that belongs to the phylum Annelida
a type of annelid worm belonging to the class Polychaeata
a behavior exhibited by some errant polychaete in which the m…
a round, wormlike animal that belongs to the phylum Nematoda
annelid
a segmented worm that belongs to the phylum Annelida
polychaetes
a type of annelid worm belonging to the class Polychaeata
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Unit 6 Vocabulary - Marine Biology
Molluscs
Mantle
Radula
Chitin
A soft-bodied animal characterized by a muscular foot, mantle…
A thin layer of tissue that secrets the shell
a ribbon of small teeth used to feed by rasping food from sur…
a highly resistant carbohydrate also found in other invertebr…
Molluscs
A soft-bodied animal characterized by a muscular foot, mantle…
Mantle
A thin layer of tissue that secrets the shell
Chapter 6 marine biology
Carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins
Hydrolysis
Proteins
Lipids
Organic
Breaking down complex molecules by the chemical addition of w…
Enzymes are
High energy molecules
Carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins
Organic
Hydrolysis
Breaking down complex molecules by the chemical addition of w…
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Marine Biology: Chapter 6
Reproduction
Sex
Dispersal
Migration
Replication of individuals and is necessary for population gr…
Combining genetic materials from different types, known as se…
Spread of organisms, usually progeny, from one location to an…
A directed movement of an organism between specific areas.
Reproduction
Replication of individuals and is necessary for population gr…
Sex
Combining genetic materials from different types, known as se…
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Marine Biology 6
Anadromous
Demersal
Chromatophores
Myomeres
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Bands of muscle along the sides of fishes used for locomotion
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Demersal
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Chapter 6 marine biology
Seaweeds
Green algae
Brown Algae
Macrophytes
large algae growing in the sea or on rocks below the high-wat…
photosynthetic algae that contain chlorophyll and store starc…
algae belonging to a large group that includes many seaweeds,…
a plant, especially an aquatic plant, large enough to be seen…
Seaweeds
large algae growing in the sea or on rocks below the high-wat…
Green algae
photosynthetic algae that contain chlorophyll and store starc…
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Marine Biology ch 6
Thallus
Holdfast
Pneumatocyst
Blade
an individual "plant"
attachment structure (not involved in significant absorption…
floats to elevate blades (maximize exposure to sunlight)
broad photosynthetic surface (leaves, no veins identical sides)
Thallus
an individual "plant"
Holdfast
attachment structure (not involved in significant absorption…
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Marine Biology Chapter 6
Glucose
Enzymes
Lipids
Proteins
...
...
...
...
Glucose
...
Enzymes
...
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Marine Biology Module #6
Anadromous
Demersal
Chromatophores
Myomeres
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Surface pigment that expand and contract to produce various c…
Bands of muscle along the sides of fishes used for locomotion
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Demersal
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
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Marine biology unit 6
Sea Turtles
Sea snakes
Saltwater crocodile
Birds
class Reptilia
class Reptilia
class Reptilia
class Aves
Sea Turtles
class Reptilia
Sea snakes
class Reptilia
Marine Biology Module #6 flashcards
Viviparous
Anadromous
Demersal
Chromatophores
A type of development in which the young obtain their nutrien…
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
Fishes that live on the bottom of the ocean
Surface pigment cells that expand and contract to produce var…
Viviparous
A type of development in which the young obtain their nutrien…
Anadromous
A life cycle in which creatures are hatched in fresh water, m…
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chapter 6 marine biology
saving
interest
passbook savings account
statement savings account
setting aside income for a period of time so that it can be u…
payment people receive when they lend money or allow someone…
account for which a depositor receives a booklet in which dep…
account similar to a passbook savings account except that the…
saving
setting aside income for a period of time so that it can be u…
interest
payment people receive when they lend money or allow someone…
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