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Unit 4, Lesson 6
A series of distinct growth stages in an animal’s life cycle that are different from one another.
A series of four distinct growth stages in an animal’s life cycle. Egg, larva, pupa, adult
An immature stage in complete metamorphosis where the organism does not resemble the adult
A non-feeding stage in complete metamorphosis in which a hard, case-like cocoon surround the organism
A series of three growth stages that occur gradually Egg, nymph, adult
A stage of metamorphosis where the organism is similar to an adult form but is smaller
The organism gets bigger but keeps the same basic shape and form
Complete metamorphosis has 4 distinct stages, while the incomplete metamorphosis has only 3 distinct stages.
Most tadpoles are herbivores, or plant eaters
Frog eggs are laid in the water. If tadpoles hatched with lungs rather than gills, they would not be able to breathe. Tadpoles are completely aquatic for the first part of their lives
It moves onto land Breathes air Begins meat eating diet
The shell keeps the embryo from drying out. The yolk provides food for the developing embryo.
It is protected by a jellylike layer that surrounds the egg
Butterflies Moths Flies Beetles
Grasshoppers Termites Bedbugs
In incomplete metamorphosis, the nymph stage is the same as the larva stage in a complete metamorphosis, and the pupa stage is skipped.
Grasshoppers have an exoskeleton
Amphibians go through metamorphosis, but other vertebrate do not.
Animals have different eggs depending on their structures and the environments in which they live.
Monotremes are the only mammals that lay eggs.
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