Blume ch 13.2

Question Answer What does annelids mean? "little wings" they have tube shaped bodies that are divided into… segments what do setae do for them? help them move and sense the environment what kind of symmetry do they have? bilateral where can they live? fresh water, salt water, and moist soil waste leaves the worm through the _____ anus open or…

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Force & Distance

Question Answer What is the force that pulls objects toward the earth? Gravity What is the force that resists the movement of objects against each other? Friction What is a change in position? Motion What is any object that makes work easier? Machine What is the weight of the object being moved? Load What is the force that causes and…

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Blume Ch. 13.2

Question Answer What does Annelids mean? Little rings What are setae? Bristle like structures that help the animal move? What type of symmetry do worms have? Bilateral symmetry What is the crop? A sac used for storage What is the gizzard? A muscular structure which grinds the food What circulation do earthworms have? Closed circulatory system What pumps the blood…

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Immune Attack Game 1

Term Definition Immune System bloods defense against infectious organisms White blood cells the major component of immune system, they are independent and able to move/capture things on their own monocytes large white blood cells that migrate into connective tissue to kill invading enemies macrophage type of white blood cell that eats bacteria as a part of immune response to infection…

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Blume 13.3

Question Answer what does the word arthropoda mean "jointed foot" what are the appendages used for (5 reasons) -moving about – capturing prey – feeding – mating – sensing their environment Arthropods have___________ symmetry, ________ bodies, an _______, a _______, a digestive system with _______ openings, and a ______ system bilateral, segmented, exoskeleton, body cavity, 2 openings, nervous system Most…

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Blume Ch.13.2

Question Answer What part of the worm is for storage? crop what circulatory system is a worm? closed Where does waste exit from a worm? anus what is a muscular structure which grinds the soil and the bits of organic mater? gizzard A worm takes in soil from which part of the body? mouth ground up matter passes to the…

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Blume Ch. 13.2 Segmented Worms

Question Answer How do segmented worms move? They use use their bristle-like structures called Setae to hold on to the soil and move Once soil is digested by the earthworm, then it moves to what organ? Crop Behind the crop is a muscular structure called the ______ Gizzard Waste leaves the worm through the _____ Anus T or F- Earthworms…

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Science Experience with Immune Attack

Term Definition monocyte are large white blookd cells. They migrate into the connective tissue where they become macrphages and move to kill invading enemies. macrophage is a type of white blood cell that eats bacteria as part of the immune response to infection. The name means "big eater." They are versatile cells. mast cell is a resident cell of several…

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Blume Ch 13.2

Question Answer What are the 3 characteristics of Annelids? they have little rings, they have tube shaped bodies that are divided into many segments, & they have setae bristle like structures on the outside of each body segment. What are some characteristics of segmented worms? they have bilateral symmetry, a body cavity that holds organs 2 body openings which are…

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Blume ch.13.2

Question Answer What shape are annelids? tube shaped bodies that are divided into many segments What kind of symmetry do Segmented worms have? bilateral What holds the two organs? Body cavity What are the two openings? mouth & anus Where can segmented worms live? freshwater, salt water, & moist soil Where does it take the soil in? it's mouth What…

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