VOCAB ONLY Arthropods

VOCAB ONLY Arthropods

VOCAB ONLY Arthropods exoskeleton Skeleton on the outside of the body ____________________ open Circulatory system in which _____________________ Circulatory fluid is NOT contained in vessels Big pincher claw on a crayfish cheliped __________________ Ability to drop off a body part to autotomy escape a predator

_______________________ regeneration Ability to regrow a lost body part ____________________ Smaller feelers that sense touch, antennules taste, and equilibrium ____________________ Part of the exoskeleton in a crayfish carapace that covers the cephalothorax __________________ Type of larva with 3 pairs of appendages and one eye_________________________ nauplius An eye composed of many

____________________ Compound light detectors each with it own lens eye One of 10 bilaterally paired appendages on the abdomen of a crayfish that create water currents, transfer sperm (males) & carry young (females) ____________________ swimmerets A heart shaped movable mouth

part that functions in chewing in a crayfish ________________________ mandible Blood in an animal with open circulation ______________________________ hemolymph Thoracic appendage in arthropods used to touch, maxilliped taste, and manipulate food __________________ Larger segment made by

tagma fusing smaller sections together _____________ Structure through which spinnerets spiders release silk ________________________ Center section of a crayfishs tail __________ telson Side sections of a crayfishs tail____________________ uropods Carbohydrate found in the exoskeleton of arthropods chitin that makes it flexible ____________________ Process of periodically

shedding the exoskeleton to molting allow growth ________________________ Main excretory organ in most insects and some tubules myriapods and arachnids Malpighian _______________ An organ for gas exchange in the abdomen of arachnids with parallel folds that resemble a book ________________________ Book lungs Free swimming larva seen in

Crustaceans with 3 pairs of Nauplius appendages and one eye ___________________ Joining of egg and sperm outside the body ____________________ External fertilization Organ for osmoregulation and excretion of nitrogen Green glands waste in crayfish ____________________ Body system that uses hormones to control Endocrine other body systems ___________________

Maintaining the balance osmoregulation of water and ions in the body ________________ Concentration of nervous and sensory tissue in the cephalization anterior end of an animal__________________ Ability to self-amputate autotomy body parts ________________________ regeneration Ability to regrow lost body parts _______________ Respiratory organ that exchanges gases with water__________________

gills Reproductive organ that makes sperm ____________________ testes General term for gonads reproductive organs ___________________ Nerve center found in the head ______________________________ Cerebral ganglia Small tubules that carry Vas deferens sperm to the exit __________________ Reproductive organ that ovary

makes eggs ____________________ Part of the exoskeleton carapace that covers the cephalothorax________ A pincer-like mouthpart in chelicera some arthropods like arachnids ____________ System of tubes in spiders that ___________________ tracheae carry air directly to the tissues through openings in the exoskeleton Appendages that manipulate food and draw water ___________________ maxilla

currents over the gills in a crayfish Openings in the exoskeleton that let air into the trachea spiracles _____________________ arteries Blood vessels that carry blood ________________________ away from the heart Stomach closest to the mouth ______________________ cardiac Teeth in the stomach of a __________________ Gastric mill

crayfish that help grind food Organism with jointed legs and an exoskeleton Arthropod ________________________ vertebrate Organism with a backbone ____________________ Organism whose blastopore protostome becomes its mouth ____________________ Body cavity formed within the mesoderm that surrounds coelom

the internal organs ______________________ Outside body covering in an animal ________________ integument Joining of an egg & sperm inside the females body ____________________ Internal Kind of development in which offspring hatch as larva and must undergo metamorphosis to become adults fertilization ____________________

Indirect development Term used to describe a female crayfish carrying ____________________ in berry eggs or larvae Holes in the crayfishs heart __________________ that allow the return of blood ostia PRACTICE VOCAB: invertebrate

Organism without a backbone ____________________ Organism whose blastopore deuterostome becomes its anus ____________________ Parts that extend from the appendages surface of the body like arms, legs, __________________ antenna, maxillipeds Large feelers on the head of a antenna crayfish that sense touch and taste __________________ veins Blood vessels that carry blood back ________________________ to the heart

In animals the body plan where the left and right sides are mirror images Bilateral symmetry of each other ____________________ Body section made by fusion of the cephalothorax head and thorax __________________ Organisms with 10 legs decapods __________________ uropods Side sections of a crayfishs tail ____________________

that help in tailflips Term used to describe a female crayfish carrying eggs or larvae In berry ____________________ carapace Section of exoskeleton that __________________ covers the cephalothorax in a crayfish Open circulation Type of circulation in which __________________

hemolymph is NOT contained in blood vessels and flows loose inside the body spaces

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