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18 Cards in this Set

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40) how can a plant cell be distinguished from an animal cell?
plants are autotrophs and animals are heterotrophs
41) both plants and animals are multicellular what does that meen?
they have multiple cells
42) how are plants and animals able to reproduce?
plants reproduce sexually and animals produce sexually and asexually
43) both plants and animals must undergo what reaction to produce energy?
cellular resperation
44) what organism can respond to enviromental stimuli?
plants and animals
45) how do nonvascular plants get water?
they move from 1 cell to another
46) what is true aboput all plants?
eukaryotes, multicellular, cell wall, and they contain chloroplasts
47) after fertilization takes place in a flower what does the ovary turn into?
a fruit
48)plants that have specialized tissues for carrying minerals, water, or food are classidied as what type of plant
vascular plants
49) in a plant where does the transperation occur
in the leaves
51)what is the tissue through which plants transport water?(suger)(food)
52) what is an animal whose body temerature does not change much even when the temperature of the enviroment changes called?
53) any animal with a skull and a backbone is a
54) what is an ectotherm?
cold blooded animals, their body temp changes with the temperature of the enviroment
55) an animal with 2 similar halves that are mirror images os each other would have which type of symmetry?
bilateral symmetry
56) what are 2 forms of asexual reproduction found in some animals?
budding and fragmentation
57) what is the general process called when an insect develops from an egg to an adult
58) which of the following best descirbes a vertabrate animal?
it has a backbone.