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How are amphibians different from al other classes of vertebrates?

Adult amphibians look nothing like baby amphibians

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How are babies of reptiles different from babies of mammals?

reptiles develop in eggs

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what two characteristics do most mammals share?

they are warm blooded and mothers make milk for their young

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An animal without a backbone has a soft body and a hard outer shell.

mollusk

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A lobster is classified as an

erthnopod

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How are fungi different from plants?

Fungi do not make their own food

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Protists and Archaebacteria are

neither plant nor animal

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How is yeast beneficial to bakers?

yeast releases carbon dioxide gas causing the bread dough to rise

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How are plants similar to animals?

Plants and animals are multicellular organisms

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How do scientists classify a vascular plant with no seeds?

Fern

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________ produce using cones and seeds

conifers

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______ means to put things into groups

classify

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There are ___ Kingdoms of living things.

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_______ are animals that have a backbone.

vertebrates

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_______ are animals that do not have a backbone.

invertebrates

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_______ are plants that have tubes for carrying food and water.

vascular

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________ are plants that do not have tubes for carrying nutrients from cell to cell.

nonvascular

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know how to use Dichotomous Key

pg 21

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the most similar members of a genus belong to what level \

Species

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Animals that make milk for their young

Mammals

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What does a vertebrate have that an invertebrate does not have

backbone

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Which characteristic did many dinosaurs share with today's lizards?

both have four legs.