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Artrhopod bodies are...
encased in a rigid tegument consisting of hard plated connected by a flexible, chitinized membrane
Arthropods have chitinized exoskeletons
that are divisible into a head, thorax, and abdomen or have a fused head and thorax (cephalothorax)
Arthropods Cephalic appendages that are
converted into multi-jointed antennae, compound or simple eyes and chewing or biting mouth parts
Arthropods Legs
3(insects) 4 (arachnids) pairs of legs and wings are either absent of occur as one or two pairs
Arthropods Develop by molting in 3 diff. ways:
1. directly (all stages look like mini mi)
2. incomplete metamorphosis
(egg, nymph, adult)
3. complete metamorphosis (egg, larvae, pupae, adult)
Arthropods Digestive system that consists of a
foregut composed of a pharynx, esophagus, and proventriculus, a stomach, or midgut and a hindgut, intestine, rectum and anus
Arthropods Nervous system consists of an
anterior brain or chain of ventral ganglia from which nerves pass to the tissues and sensory organs
Arthropods respiratory system is comprised
of branching tracheal tubes communicating with the exterior by spiracles
Arthropods Circulatory system
consists of a dorsal pulsating organ and an aorta that circulates hemolymph throughout the body cavity, the hemocoel
Arthropods excretory system is composed of
malpighian tubules that empty into the intestinal canal
Arthropds are dioceious. and are either___,___,___.
oviparous, viviparous, or ovoviviparous.
Arthropods Male reproductive organs consist of
testes, seminal vesicle and accessory glands
Arthropods Female reproductive organs include
ovaries, oviducts, a seminal receptacle, cement glands, and an oviposter
Arthropods live for
short periods of time (seasonal) or can live for several years
Artrhopod bodies are...
encased in a rigid tegument consisting of hard plated connected by a flexible, chitinized membrane
Arthropods have chitinized exoskeletons
that are divisible into a head, thorax, and abdomen or have a fused head and thorax (cephalothorax)
Arthropods Cephalic appendages that are
converted into multi-jointed antennae, compound or simple eyes and chewing or biting mouth parts
Arthropods Legs
3(insects) 4 (arachnids) pairs of legs and wings are either absent of occur as one or two pairs
Arthropods Develop by molting in 3 diff. ways:
1. directly (all stages look like mini mi)
2. incomplete metamorphosis
(egg, nymph, adult)
3. complete metamorphosis (egg, larvae, pupae, adult)
Arthropods Digestive system that consists of a
foregut composed of a pharynx, esophagus, and proventriculus, a stomach, or midgut and a hindgut, intestine, rectum and anus
Arthropods Nervous system consists of an
anterior brain or chain of ventral ganglia from which nerves pass to the tissues and sensory organs
Arthropods respiratory system is comprised
of branching tracheal tubes communicating with the exterior by spiracles
Arthropods Circulatory system
consists of a dorsal pulsating organ and an aorta that circulates hemolymph throughout the body cavity, the hemocoel
Arthropods excretory system is composed of
malpighian tubules that empty into the intestinal canal
Arthropds are dioceious. and are either___,___,___.
oviparous, viviparous, or ovoviviparous.
Arthropods Male reproductive organs consist of
testes, seminal vesicle and accessory glands
Arthropods Female reproductive organs include
ovaries, oviducts, a seminal receptacle, cement glands, and an oviposter
Arthropods live for
short periods of time (seasonal) or can live for several years