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INSECT DIGESTION ESSENTIAL INFO (write this on your chart!!). Some insects feed on plants, others feed on animals. Bugs have strawlike mouths that allow them to suck juices from plants and blood from other insects!. INSECT EXCRETION ESSENTIAL INFO (write this on your chart!!).

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Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart
INSECT DIGESTION ESSENTIAL INFO(write this on your chart!!)

  • Some insects feed on plants, others feed on animals


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart

Bugs have strawlike mouths that allow them to suck juices from plants and blood from other insects!


Insect excretion essential info write this on your chart
INSECT EXCRETION ESSENTIAL INFO(write this on your chart!!)

  • Excrete waste through a structure called malipghian tubes


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart

  • Malpighian tubes in insects are similar to kidneys in mammals


Insect respiration and regulation essential info write this on your chart
INSECT RESPIRATION AND REGULATION ESSENTIAL INFO(write this on your chart!!)

  • Endothermic

  • No lungs; exchange gases through tiny holes and tubes


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart

  • Air enters the insect's body through valve-like openings in the exoskeleton.   These openings (called spiracles) are located along the body of most insects -- usually one pair of spiracles per body segment.   Air flow is regulated by small muscles that operate one or two flap-like openings within each spiracle -- contracting to close the spiracle, or relaxing to open it.


Insect reproduction essential info write this on your chart
INSECT REPRODUCTION the exoskeleton.   These openings (called ESSENTIAL INFO(write this on your chart!!)

  • Most hatch from eggs

  • Go through several growth phases because their hard exoskeleton gives them no room to grow


Metamorphosis animals go through many growth phases
Metamorphosis – animals go through many growth phases the exoskeleton.   These openings (called


Insect circulation essential info write this on your chart
INSECT CIRCULATION ESSENTIAL INFO the exoskeleton.   These openings (called (write this on your chart!!)

  • Open circulatory system

  • Large blood vessel functions as the heart


Large blood vessel hearts pump blood straight into body
Large blood vessel hearts pump blood straight into body the exoskeleton.   These openings (called


Insect fun facts
INSECT FUN FACTS the exoskeleton.   These openings (called

  • 74% of the world’s animals are insects

  • Beetles account for one quarter of all known species of plants and animals. There are more kinds of beetles than all plants.

  • Scientists can study life cycles of bugs at crime scenes to tell when a crime occured

  • A cockroach can live for 9 days without its head


Giant hercules beetle check out it s size
Giant Hercules Beetle – check out it’s size! the exoskeleton.   These openings (called


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart

ant the exoskeleton.   These openings (called

Beetles

bee

Cockroaches

mosquito


Insects other important facts write this on your charts
INSECTS – OTHER IMPORTANT FACTS the exoskeleton.   These openings (called (write this on your charts!!)

  • Phylum Arthropoda

  • Invertebrates

  • Have exoskeletons

  • Segmented bodies


Mammals digestion write this on your charts
MAMMALS – DIGESTION the exoskeleton.   These openings (called (write this on your charts!!)

  • Jaws and teeth adapted to eat larger food and prey

  • Advanced digestive systems that break down food


Mammals excretion write this on your charts
MAMMALS – EXCRETION the exoskeleton.   These openings (called (write this on your charts!!)

  • Urogenital systems

  • Kidneys help filter waste


Kidneys help filter waste
Kidneys help filter waste the exoskeleton.   These openings (called


Mammals respiration and regulation write this on your charts
MAMMALS – RESPIRATION AND REGULATION the exoskeleton.   These openings (called (write this on your charts!!)

  • Endothermic

  • Lungs

  • Hormones, nervous system, advanced brains


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart

  • Endothermic animals are able to keep their body temperature fairly constant by using their body to adjust when it’s too cold or too hot. For example, we sweat to cool our bodies down when it’s hot and we shiver to warm our bodies up when its cold.

  • This allows mammals to live in more diverse habitats than ectotherms


Mammals reproduction write this on your charts
MAMMALS – REPRODUCTION fairly constant by using their body to adjust when it’s too cold or too hot. For example, we sweat to cool our bodies down when it’s hot and we shiver to warm our bodies up when its cold.(write this on your charts!!)

  • Produce milk and nurse young

  • 95% have a placenta

  • Few lay eggs or have pouches for babies


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart

A few mammals, like the platypus above, lay eggs to reproduce.

95% of animals reproduce with a placenta – an reproductive organ that connects mother to baby

Some mammals carry young in pouches


Mammals circulation write this on your charts
MAMMALS – CIRCULATION reproduce.(write this on your charts!!)

  • 4 Chambered Heart

  • Closed circulatory system


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart


Mammals other important facts write this on your charts
MAMMALS – OTHER IMPORTANT FACTS reproduce.(write this on your charts!!)

  • Phylum chordata

  • Vertebrates


Mammal fun facts
Mammal Fun Facts reproduce.

  • YOU are a mammal!

  • Elephants have huge feet and can weigh more than five tons. But they have big, soft, spongy feet that spread their weight out so well they barely even leave footprints.

  • Fastest mammal is the cheetah that runs 60-70 miles per hour

  • Slowest mammal is the sloth


Amphibians digestion write this on your charts
AMPHIBIANS – DIGESTION reproduce.(write this on your charts!!)

  • Takes in food through mouth

  • Have stomachs and intestines


Amphibians excretion write this on your charts
AMPHIBIANS – EXCRETION reproduce.(write this on your charts!!)

  • Have excretory systems with kidneys to help filter waste



Amphibians respiration and regulation write this on your charts
AMPHIBIANS – RESPIRATION AND REGULATION reproduce.(write this on your charts!!)

  • Ectotherms

  • Breathe through skin

  • in water – gills

  • on land - lungs


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart

  • Ectotherms reproduce. absorb heat from their surroundings.

  • This is bad because ectotherms can only live in habitats that fall within the survivable temperature range


Amphibians reproduction write this on your charts
AMPHIBIANS – REPRODUCTION reproduce.(write this on your charts!!)

  • Sexual reproduction

  • External fertilization

  • Eggs must be laid in water


Insect digestion essential info write this on your chart


Amphibians circulation write this on your charts
AMPHIBIANS – CIRCULATION protective membranes & (write this on your charts!!)

  • Closed circulatory system

  • 3 chambered hearts


Amphibians other important facts write this on your charts
AMPHIBIANS – OTHER IMPORTANT FACTS protective membranes & (write this on your charts!!)

  • “double life” – water and land

  • Vertebrates

  • Chordata



Amphibian fun facts
Amphibian fun facts protective membranes &

  • Because frogs swallow their food whole, the size of their meal is only limited by the size of their mouth and their stomach.

  • Frogs can remain tadpoles from anywhere between 8 months and 2 years

  • salamanders can re-grow their toes and tails.


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