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Can you name the Characteristics of Invertebrates?

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Squids belong to this group of mollusks
A worms clitellum is located on the dorsal and ______ side of its body
Second insect body part
Porifera means ______
First insect body part
This is the process of taking in food
The thin walled structure of a worm where most absoprtion happens
Sponges belong to what Phylum?
Sponges are _____ blooded
Third insect body part
How do sea cucumbers obtain food
Tube feet are used for sticking to surfaces, moving, obtaining food and _________
Bees belong to this group of arthropods
Worms are _____ blooded
Mollusks have ________ symmetry
Medusas reproduce _________
Adult echinoderms usually have ________ symmetry
Arachnids have this many body parts
Name one place Nematocysts are found
The name echinoderm means______ skin
The _________ is on the first segment of a worm
This is the part of a mollusk is like a little row of teeth
Cnidaria means _________ nettle
Mollusks are _____ blooded
This system deals with the path food takes
Polyps reproduce sexually or _________
This system deals with moving blood throughout the body
Arthropods have ______ appendages
If you cut a sponge or a starfish in half it will create two more. This is called______
A cnidarians stinging cells are called_______
Water enter the sponge through the ______
What is the hard outer shell called of arthropods?
Worms have ________ symmetry
A cnidarian shape with tentacles facing down is a _______
The stomach of a worm
Slugs belong to this group of mollusks
The group of mollusks filter feeds
Clams belong to this group of mollusks
A worms skin must remain _______
Water exits a sponge through the _________
The _________ is a narrow tube the connects the mouth to the stomach
The group of mollusks moves by shooting water to propel themselves
The coolest teacher in Sigma
Ticks belong to this group of arthropods
How many legs an arachnid has
A worm has this many hearts
A sponge moves water with _______ cells
This group of mollusks has an advanced nervous system
The rings around the worm are called _________
A anemone has this shape
How many antennae insects have
Grasshoppers breath through the ________ on their abdomen
What part of the leg is the 'foot'?
This is the part of a mollusk is used to cover the organs
Scorpions belong to this group of arthropods
Sponges stay in one place, therefore are _______
Food enters and exits through the ______ in a Cnidarian
A cnidarian shape with tentacles facing up is a _______
A coral is in this phylum
The thicker walled organ of a worm that grinds food
Caterpillars belong to this group of arthropods
This is the vacuum like structure the sucks in food in a worm
Cnidarians are _____ blooded
Worms have little bristles called ________
How many antennae crustaceans have
How many pairs of legs per segment a millipede has
Setae are located on the ______ side of a worms body
An exoskeleton is _________ which allows them to live in dry places.
Arthropods have ________ symmetry
This is the process of the nutrients going into the blood stream
Arthropods are _____ blooded
Coral is made from the ________ of polyps
This is the process of breaking food into smaller pieces
Sponges and Bivalves obtain food by ______ _______
The clitellum is used to help a worm _________
Lobsters belong to this group of arthropods
How many legs a crustacean has
Echinoderms have an internal skeleton called a _________
Cnidarians have ________ symmetry
This is the process of unused food leaving the body
The worm's prostomium hangs over the ________
The _________ is on the last segment of a worm
How many antennae arachnids have
The _______ of a sponge give them support
__________ digestion uses enzymes and acids to break down food into small pieces
A jellyfish has this shape
A nematocyst can fire ____ time per cell
Sometimes Cnidarians are used for _________ by smaller animals
Brittle stars move by _________ like a snake, not using tube feet
How many antennae millipedes have
This is the part of a water dwelling mollusks used to remove oxygen from water
How many legs an insect has
The group of mollusks has two shells
Sponges have ________ symmetry
What is it called when an arthropods sheds its exoskeleton?
How many pairs of legs per segment a centipede has
The internal system of fluid in an echinoderm is a
The four functions of Nematocysts are sticking, wrapping, penetrating, and secreting _______
A worm breathes through its ______
__________ digestion grinds up food
Crustaceans have ______ or three body parts
What part an insect leg is the closest to the body?
To classify a mollusk scientists consider presence of a shell, type of shell, nervous system and type of ______
Sea stars use these to pry open clams
If a sponge creates a new sponges by growing a tiny one this is called________
This system deals with the the brain and how you feel things
This is the part of a mollusk that can be used for moving and digging

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