Third, clear eyelid
Poisonous substance secreted by snakes
Males grasps onto female, reproduction
An amphibian whose skull doesn't have openings near temple
Amphibian that develops 2 holes in each side of skull
Reptile fossil, includes the ancestors of mammals
Fibrous protein that forms feathers, hair, hoofs, claws, and horns
Hard upper shell of a turtle
Ventral part of the shell of a turtle
Organsim regulates body tempature exchanging heat with surroudings
Pair of sacs or tubes typicallly in roof of the mouth
Produced by reptiles and birds
Long bone formed from fused vertebrae at base of vertebral column
Detect and target warm blooded prey
Four footed animal, all vertebrae higher than fish
Cuticular plate covering ventral surface in a chordata
Respiration, breathing through the skin
Helps with gas exchange
Type of asexual reproduction
Covered wall that seperates right/left ventricle
Type of snake, "rattles"
Aids in eliminating waste
Storage area for bile
Controls sense of smell
Helps the frog "speak" find a mate
does reptiles have smooth or scale skin
frogs skin are
what does amphibia mean?
whats a similarity between the two?
reptiles and amphibians like __ places
what tells you that your environment is in good shape
what snake has a pit organ
what uses a shell to hide from danger
what animal has the adaptation to shed its tail
frogs are __ first
amphibians are becoming close to ___ ?
whats an animal that is dependent on external sources of body heat?
reptiles and amphibians cant live in __ areas
people try to sale snakes at a what?
whats the type of egg reproduced by reptiles
whats the scientific name for amphibians?
whats the scientific name for reptiles?
what does turtles have that most/all amphibians or reptiles have?
whats the word for spend a hot or dry period in a prolonged state of torpor or dormancy?
frogs have a ________ birth
the biggest reptile is the what
another big reptile close to the crocodile is a what
what reptile have claws
what looks like a lizard but is completely different
what reptile does not have legs
Hunts other organisms in order to feed on them
Hunted by other organisms
Biological interaction between predator & prey
Feeds on animal tissue
Feeds on plant matter
Method used is without opinion or preference
Produced when the method used is the same each time it is repeated
Occurs naturally between coexisting organisms for food, nutrients & mates
Feature important for survival, may make an organism better suited to a habitat
Feeds on dead organic matter (detritus)
A living system e.g. plant, animal, fungus, micro
All the conditions that surround a living organism
An area where a particular organism will live
Animal without a skeletal structure
Living things of the same type
A community and its habitat
All living things have the ability to respond to _____________.
A __________ makes its own food.
____________ and ______________ make up the scientific name.
_______________ level of classification contains the smallest number of organisms.
About 97% of animals are ______________ they do not have a backbone
_________________ animals have a body temp. that is controlled by their environment.
__________________ have a body temp that is controlled internally.
Horns, antlers, and claws are structures for ______________
When an animal looks like another animal or plant.
________________ is a response to an increase in a mammals body temp.
A Canadian goose relocting in the winter is an example of this.
_____________________ is a response in which animals lose skin or fur.
_____________________ is a response that allows water to evaporate from an animals mouth and lungs.
During ______________________ an animals body system use much less energy.
__________________ or physical adaptations are body parts that allow an animal to survive in its environment.
______________________ adaptations are actions that allow an animal to survive in its environment
Used to breathe underwater.
Not able to regulate body heat.
On the skin of a reptile.
An animal eaten by a larger one.
The largest type of common frog.
The smallest type of common frog.
When frogs hibernate.
A large, scaley reptile that is usually at the top of the food chain.
Where you will most likely see amphibians and reptiles.
A baby frog.
What happens when larvae develops legs and lungs.
A small reptile that can hide in its shell.
A small, scaley amphibian.
A long amphibian that can shed its skin.
all organisms in this domain are unicellular and prokaryotic
all organisms in this domain are unicellular and prokaryotic; they have a strong exterior cell wall and a cell membrane
variety of plants, animals, and other organisms
two-word naming system developed by Carolus Linnaeus
organisms with internal skeletons, include fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals
taxonomic category below phylum (animals) or division (plant)
to group ideas, objects, or information based on similarities
broadest categories of organisms; based on cell type
all organisms in this domain have eukaryotic cells possessing membrane-bound organelles
the fifth-highest taxonomic category, below an order
a group of similar organisms
the fourth-highest taxonomic category, below a class
the taxonomic category below a class
smallest, most precise classification category