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LX2VocabularyS10 - abdominal cav ity acoelomate adipose...

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BIOL-6A Bruce Heyer abdominal cavity acoelomate adipose tissue ametabolous / hemimetabolous / holometabolous amniotes: classes Reptilia, Aves, & Mammalia amoebocyte ampulla Annelida antennae anus aorta appendicular skeleton: pectoral girdle, pelvic girdle, and limbs archenteron areolar tissue Arthropoda: classes Crustacea, Insecta, Myriapoda, & Arachnida atrium axial skeleton: skull & vertebral column bilateral symmetry bipinnaria blastocoel blastopore blastula blastulation blood bone tissue: compact / spongy bone: process / foramen / joint brachiolaria branched appendages carina / uncinate process / furcula / synsacrum / pygostyle / carpometacarpus cartilage cephalization: brain & spinal cord cercus (plural: cerci) chitin choanocyte Chordata circulatory system: open vs. closed cleavage: radial / spiral; determinate / indeterminate clitellum cnidarian cnidocyte coelom colonial vs. individual polyps compound eyes & ocelli connective tissue cranium: occipital condyle / nuchal crest / sagittal crest / mandibular fossa / foramen magnum crop cuticle. diaphragm dichotomous key differentiation digestion: intracellular vs. extracellular digestive glands dorsal nerve tube dorsal vessel ecdysis & discontinuous growth ecdysozoa Echinodermata: classes include Echinoidea, Asteroidea, Holothuroidea, Ophiuroidea ectoderm egg: gelatinous vs. shelled embryo
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