zoology vocabulary quiz 3

NAME _________________________________
________________ adapted for seizing, grasping or wrapping around
________________ a group of organisms so interrelated that each member of the group feeds upon one
below it and in turn is eaten by the organism above it on the energy pyramid
________________ a form of asexual reproduction in which offspring form directly from a piece or bud
of the body of the parent
________________ body cavity surrounded by mesoderm tissue that contains many organs
________________ a group of nerve cells located outside the brain and spinal cord
________________ to renew by a new growth of tissue; in some organisms a form of asexual
________________ a body space between the endoderm and ectoderm
________________ a group of interrelated food chains in a particular community
________________ side view
________________ an organism with a backbone
________________ a section formed by cutting through an object at right angle to an axis
________________ the inner layer of cells (tissues) of an embryo; develops into the intestinal tract and
associated structures
________________ no longer existing
________________ those species threatened with extinction
________________ a period of time from conception (fertilization) to birth
________________ the outer layer of cells (tissues) of an embryo; develops into the epidermis, nervous
tissue, and in vertebrates, the sense organs.
________________ containing both sexes in one organism
________________ a lengthwise cut from anterior to posterior showing ventral and dorsal halves or
right and left sides
________________ a hard external body covering
________________ reproduction involving fertilization with egg and sperm
________________ the middle layer of cells (tissues) between the endoderm and ectoderm from which
develops connective tissue, muscles, and the urogenital and vascular systems
________________ an organism without a backbone