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hydrostatic pressure
form of support that jellyfish use, not a skeleton
name some examples of support systems
spicules
shells
hydrostatic pressure
cartilage
exoskeleton
endoskeleton
axial
main trunk of the body
appendicular
arms and legs
names some parts of the skeletal system
bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments
made up of calcium and phosphorus
bones
muscle to bone
tendon
ligament
bone to bone
all things in kingdom animalia have the ability to do what once in their lives?
move
mammals and birds have _____ chamber hearts
4
amphibians and reptiles have ___ chambered hears
3
Fish have __ chambered hearts
2
what if an organism does not have a heart?
it has diffusion
what is a disadvantage of an open circulatory system?
the blood spills out at some point
carry blood away from the heart
arteries
carry blood to the heart
capillary
regulates interstitial fluids
lymphatic system
something different about a bird's respiratory system is that it has ____ _____
air sacs
skeletal muscle is ___________
voluntary
smooth muscles is
involuntary
the most simple of the nervous systems are
the nerve net (jellyfish)
communication between and control of all parts of the body
nervous system
cephalization
having most of your sense organs located in the anterior end of your body
nephridia
simple kidneys
budding
asexual ability to clone yourself
breaks into smaller particles
stomach
digestion begins here
mouth
absorbs water
large intestine