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ECOLOGY
EVOLUTION
TAXONOMY
WORMS
CRAYFISH
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Organisms that
make their own
food (producers)
What is an
autotroph?
Symbiotic
relationship that
is win / lose
What is
parasitism?
Organelle that
autotrophs have
but heterotrophs
do not
What is a
chloroplast?
Light –
temperature –
rain – humidity
– concrete –
water
What are abiotic
factors?
All life on earth exists
within this category or
level of organization
What is the
biosphere?
Scientist that
proposed evolution
by means of natural
selection
Who is Darwin?
Someone who
studies fossils.
What is a
paleontologist?
A species that doesn’t
have the genetic trait
to allow them to
survive in their
environment will end
up this way.
What is extinct?
Comparing the
forelimbs of
different species is
called comparative
_________
What is anatomy?
The most accurate
way to determine
how related two
different species
are.
What is DNA
sequence
comparing?
Scientific names of
organisms are
made up of these
two taxonomic
terms.
What is genus and
species?
Mushrooms –
Molds – Yeasts –
Mildews =
Kingdom?
What is Fungi?
A group of
organisms that
can breed and
produce fertile
offspring
What is species?
Scientific names must
have the genus
capitalized and the
species lower case
AND what else?
What is it must be
underlined OR
italicized
List the taxonomic
terms in order starting
with KINGDOM -
What is Kingdom,
Phylum, Class,
Order, Family,
Genus, species?
Organisms that
have both male and
female structures
What are
hermaphrodites?
Hair-like
projections that
give worms
traction
What are setae?
How earthworms
breathe.
What is through
their skin
This structure is
called
What is a
clitellum?
Earthworms use this to grind
up food (#7).
What is the
gizzard?
Crayfish do not
have a backbone
and therefore are...
What are
invertebrates?
Crayfish use this
for defense
What are
chelipeds?
These are the crayfish’s
_______ _____
d
What are walking
legs?
Female crayfish carry
eggs and babies with
this structure.
What are
swimmerets?
You can tell the difference
between a male and female
crayfish because only males
have this….(#1)
What are claspers?
Make your wager
When female crayfish are carrying
eggs, they are in ____________.
What is in berry?