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Organism Any living thing Example: plant, animal
Nutrient A food that helps living things grow and stay healthy
Food Pyramid A diagram showing the number of servings of foods to eat each day from breads, vegetables, fruit, milk, meat, and fats
Digestive System The system which breaks down food for use by the body Organs include the stomach, large and small intestine, liver
Small Intestine An organ in the digestive system where food moves into tiny blood vessels to be carried to the rest of the body
Large Intestine An organ in the digestive system where water is removed from food that cant be broken down
Skeletal System The system which supports your body, gives it shape, and protects organs. Made of bones
Mammal An animal with hair or fur whose young are fed milk by the mother Example: cat, horse, monkey, skunk
Bird An animal with wings, feathers, and hollow bones. Example: duck, pelican, blue jay, owl
Amphibian An animal that begins life in water and then lives on land as an adult. Example: frogs, toads, salamanders
Reptile An animal that has dry scaly skin and lives mostly in dry areas. Examples: snakes, alligators, crocodiles, and lizards
Fish An animal that lives in water, breathes with gills, and has fins and scales. Example: perch, bass, sharks, sea horses
Insect Animals that have 6 legs, 3 main body parts ( head, abdomen, thorax), and compound eyes. Example: fly, mosquito, and bee
Life Cycle The time between the birth and death of an organism. All the stages of growth an organism goes through in its life.
Root The part of the plant that absorbs water and nutrients from the soil. Also helps to anchor the plant in the ground
Stem The part of a plant that moves food, water, and minerals through tubes to the rest of the plant. Also helps to support the plant
Flower The reproductive part of a plant. Contains seed which make new plants.
Seed A structure that contains a new young plant. When it sprouts it is called a seedling (baby plant)
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Science Vocabulary All About Animals Mammal Animals with backbones. Usually has fur or hair on its body. Young mammals get milk from their mother.
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Classifying the Backboned Animals Vertebrates. Classifying Vertebrates Vertebrates can be classified into two groups using this characteristic: Cold-bloodedWarm-blooded.
about J. Buob ~ 2006 Illinois State Learning Standard Goal #12.
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Classification of vertebrates. Q What are vertebrates? Give examples A: Animals with backbones are called vertebrates. Ex snake, dog, duck, horse and.
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Animals can be classified into six groups Six Classes of Animals MammalsReptiles Amphibians BirdsFish Anthropods.
Vertebrates Animals with backbones All vertebrates have an endoskeleton, an internal support system that makes the animal more flexible and easier to.
Access Prior Knowledge Lesson 2: How do we classify vertebrates? Opening Activity ·Open Science textbook to page 10. ·Open Science folder to review vocabulary.
Types of Animals And their characteristics. Mammals Have hair or fur Have lungs to breathe Babies are born alive Drink milk from their mothers.
What are Vertebrates?What are Vertebrates? Vertebrates are animals that have backbones like Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals.
Classifying Animals. 5 Classifying Groups Animal Classification Birds Reptiles/ Amphibians Insects Mammals Fish.
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