Classification Patterns
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Invertebrates
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Vertebrates
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Jellyfish have this type of symmetry

Radial

100

Double

Since a lobster has no backbone, it is considered this

Invertebrate

100

This animal is in the group that means "pore-bearer"

Sponges

100

Invertebrates (except for cephalopods) that rely on hard shells for protection

Mollusks

100

These type of animals raise their young in a pouch

Marsupials

200

This group has spines (including bone)

Vertebrate

200

This is how modern classification is organized based on

Evolution

200

This type of worm has repeating body divisions that contain the same set of organs

Segmented worm

200

Sea urchins and other marine animals with radial symmetry and spiny skin are in this group

Echinoderms

200

Lampreys and hagfish differ from other fish because of this feature

being jawless

300

An animal that can regulate its own body temperature is said to be this

Endothermic (warm-blooded)

300

All animals are considered this, based on how they get their energy

Consumers

300

Butterflies, crabs, scorpions, etc. all belong to this group

Arthropods

300

Jellyfish and coral belong to this group

Cnidarians

300

Sharks and rays are examples of _____ fish

cartiliginous

400

An animal that cannot regulate its own body temperature is said to be this

Exothermic (cold-blooded)

400

This means that an animal has sensory organs and a brain concentrated at one end

Cephalization

400

These are stinging cells used to capture food

Cnidocytes

400

Long, soft-bodied animals with bilateral symmetry

worms

400

Unlike other reptiles, crocodiles have this many chambers for their heart

four chambers

500

An animal with a digestive system having two openings is said to have this

Complete gut

500

Double

Baraminology comes from greek words meaning _____ _____

created kind

500

The chelicera, which the chelicerates get their name from is this body part of the animal

mouthpart

500

Invertebrates without symmetry, cephalization, or guts belong to this group

Sponges

500

Periodic shedding of skin by squamates

molting

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