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What are the three stages of incomplete metamorphosis?
egg, nymph, adult
Name the stages of complete metamorphosis.
egg, larva, pupa, adult
Name a language used in the scientific names of plants and animals.
Latin
Name two characteristics of insects.
external skeleton; three body parts-head, thorax, abdomen; 3 pairs of jointed legs; compound eyes; spiracles; tracheae; antennae
What insect part helps them to feel, hear, and taste?
antennae
What is an arthropod?
An invertebrate with an external skeleton, a segmented body, and jointed appendages.
What is the tough, lightweight covering of arthropods called?
external skeleton
Name the openings in an inset's abdomen that allow aair to enter.
spiracles
Name the material an arthropod's external skeleton is made of.
chitin
What are vertebrates?
animals with backbones
Most insects undergo a transformation in appearance called ____________.
metamorphosis
The process of arranging animals or other things into groups according to similarities is _________.
classification
What are the three stages of incomplete metamorphosis?
egg, nymph, adult
Name the stages of complete metamorphosis.
egg, larva, pupa, adult
Name a language used in the scientific names of plants and animals.
Latin
Name two characteristics of insects.
external skeleton; three body parts-head, thorax, abdomen; 3 pairs of jointed legs; compouond eyes; spiracles; tracheae; antennae
What insect part helps them to feel, har, and taste?
antennae
What is an arthropod?
An invertebrate with an external skeleton, a segmented body, and jointed appendages.
What is the tough, lightweight covering of arthropods called?
external skeleton
Name the openings in an inset's abdomen that allow aair to enter.
spiracles
Name the material an arthropod's external skeleton is made of.
chitin
What are vertebrates?
animals with backbones
Most insects undergo a transformation in appearance called ____________.
metamorphosis
The process of arranging animals or other things into groups according to similarities is _________.
classification