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Arthropods

Arthropods

Arthropods and Echinoderms Invertebrates Invertebrates are animals that have no backbone. There are ____ kinds of invertebrates. six You have already learned about four kinds. Worms Sponges Mollusks Cnidarians Now, let's learn two more! 1. Sponges 5. Arthropods 2. Cnidarians

By benjamin
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Ecdysozoans – animals with exoskeletons or tough cuticle, which molts to allow growth

Ecdysozoans – animals with exoskeletons or tough cuticle, which molts to allow growth

Ecdysozoans – animals with exoskeletons or tough cuticle, which molts to allow growth. Nematoda - roundworms. pseudocoelomate not an exoskeleton as such, but a thick cuticle that is shed as the animal grows. Live in waters, soils, and as parasites of both animals and plants.

By bernad
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Characteristics and classes of Arthropods

Characteristics and classes of Arthropods

Characteristics and classes of Arthropods. By Michael Dewar. Class Arachnida. Spiders, scorpions, mites, and ticks belong to this class. Spiders have 2 body regions, 6 pairs of jointed appendages, no mandibles for chewing 1 st pair of appendages are chelicerae, 2 nd pair are pedipalps.

By bernad
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Biology

Biology

Biology. 9.2 – General Rules and Binomial Nomenclature. Warm Up 01.24.07. Who is credited with the modern system of classification? Who created the first reported system of classification?. General Rules #1.

By chelsa
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THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM. ANIMAL CHARACTERISTICS. 1. animals are multicellular 2. cells have a nucleus and a cell membrane 3. animals ingest their food. PORIFERA. “pore bearing” sponges asymmetry. CNIDARIA. “stinging cells” coral, jellyfish, sea anemone, hydra radial symmetry.

By turi
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Drawing Lesson #1

Drawing Lesson #1

Mr. Stick’s. Drawing Lesson #1. Drawing Lesson. Draw a circle about the size of a quarter. Add a little neck. ¾’s shoulder rule. Create the spine, giving you a female symbol. PPP rule. (Perfectly Parallel Pelvis). Two jointed arms (don’t fear lines that cross).

By sheila
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Arthropods

Arthropods

Arthropods. and Echinoderms. Invertebrates. Invertebrates are animals that have no backbone. There are ____ kinds of invertebrates. six. You have already learned about four kinds. Worms. Sponges. Mollusks. Cnidarians. Now, let's learn two more!. 1. Sponges. 5. Arthropods.

By Pat_Xavi
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Flutter By, Butterfly!

Flutter By, Butterfly!

Flutter By, Butterfly!. A Second Grade Unit On Butterflies By: Mrs. Berrien Lakewood Elementary School. Insert pictures of butterflies. What is a butterfly?. A butterfly is an insect. What is an insect?. An insect: Has six jointed legs. Has three body parts. Has a pair of antennae.

By noma
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INVERTEBRATES

INVERTEBRATES

INVERTEBRATES. ANIMALS WITHOUT BACKBONES. WORMS. Soft bodies Body divided into segments Lays eggs Some Regenerate Some are parasites. EARTHWORMS. LEECHES. TAPEWORMS. ROUNDWORMS. SPONGES. Have a large space in the middle of their bodies Have holes on the outside of their bodies

By nuri
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Arthropodes ( Ladybug)

Arthropodes ( Ladybug)

Arthropodes ( Ladybug). Christa Prats. What exactly is an arthropode ?. Arthropods have segmented bodies and tough exoskeletons with jointed appendages

By meriel
(124 views)

Animal Life Cycles

Animal Life Cycles

Animal Life Cycles . Year 2 Science . Lifecycles. A lifecycle is how an animal changes from infancy/egg to adult. Think about the changes that will happen to you (a human) in your life cycle. . Metamorphosis. Metamorphosis means to change

By pepin
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What are…

What are…

What are…. Spiders?. Some think that spider are insects!. Insects have… 6 legs 3 main body parts Head Abdomen Thorax Up to 4 wings 2 antennae Compound eyes Exoskeleton 2 pair of jointed legs. Spiders are…. NOT INSECTS. W h a t a r e t h e y ? ! ? !. Spiders have…

By oya
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Arthropods!

Arthropods!

Arthropods!. Arthropods:. Arthropods constitute over 90% of the animal kingdom. The word Arthropod literally means jointed legs. ***First phylum to have joints*** They are invertebrates (no backbone) They have true appendages. Muscular-Skeletal.

By afya
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Meet the Arthropods

Meet the Arthropods

Meet the Arthropods. Insects, Spiders, and Their Relatives. What’s an arthropod?. An arthropod is an animal that: Is an invertebrate (has no backbone or spinal chord) Has jointed limbs Has a segmented body Has an external skeleton (exoskeleton) made of a substance called “chitin”.

By tessa
(88 views)

Arthropods

Arthropods

Arthropods. By G7 Ivory, Miles. Description of Arthropods. Arthropods means jointed legs. All arthropods have a skeleton on the outside of their body and jointed legs. Arthropods are in the invertebrate group because it does not have an inside skeleton or bones.

By wallis
(186 views)

What do we have in common?

What do we have in common?

What do we have in common?. Arthropods Day 1. What you’ll learn: List features that are used to classify arthropods Explain how the structure of the exoskeleton relates to its function. Arthropods. Largest and most diverse group of animals

By gerard
(230 views)

Classy

Classy

Classy. Invertebrates. Different classes of animals. T. Trimpe 2009 http://sciencespot.net/. Sub-phylum Invertebrates. Invertebrates are animals that do not have backbones. 97 % of the animal kingdom is made up of invertebrates.

By chi
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C entipedes and Millipedes

C entipedes and Millipedes

C entipedes and Millipedes. By: Max, Eric and Alex B. . What do they look like?. Hard exoskeleton many legs (up to 15 pairs) jointed legs. Where do they live?. wet damp places tropical regions rainforests. What do they eat?. insects large centipedes can sometimes eat small snakes!

By reidar
(146 views)

Arthropods

Arthropods

Arthropods. By @ndre’ Morgan. Arachnids. Their body consists of two main parts: a fused head and thorax, and an abdomen .

By talen
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Arthropods

Arthropods

Arthropods. What are Arthropods?. You live with them almost everyday, even in the very cold winter months! They are everywhere and are the largest animal phylum -- about 85% of all known animals in the world are part of this class.  

By ovidio
(160 views)

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