Science Animal Reproduction

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1.  What is reproduction?
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2.  What is reproduction?
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3.  Some simple invertebrates reproduce by budding. What is budding?
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4.  Some simple invertebrates reproduce by budding. What is budding?
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5.  Sea stars and other echinoderms can reproduce by regeneration. What is regeneration?
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6.  Sea stars and other echinoderms can reproduce by regeneration. What is regeneration?
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7.  Why do animals reproduce?
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8.  Why do animals reproduce?
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9.  Which kind of animal would a bird produce?
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10.  Which kind of animal would a bird produce?
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11.  How many parents are involved in budding and regeneration?
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12.  How many parents are involved in budding and regeneration?
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13.  Both budding and regeneration produce clones. What is a clone?
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14.  Both budding and regeneration produce clones. What is a clone?
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15.  When traits are passed from parent to offspring, those traits are ______________ .
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16.  When traits are passed from parent to offspring, those traits are ______________ .
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17.  Another kind of reproduction requires cells from two parents. What is the female cell called?
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18.  Another kind of reproduction requires cells from two parents. What is the female cell called?
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19.  The male cell is called the sperm. When an egg and a sperm join, what happens?
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20.  The male cell is called the sperm. When an egg and a sperm join, what happens?
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21.  Which of these animals reproduce by external fertilisation?
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22.  Which of these animals reproduce by external fertilisation?
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23.  What part of the female reproductive system produces the eggs (ova)?
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24.  What part of the female reproductive system produces the eggs (ova)?
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25.  What term do we use to describe a sperm cell fusing with an egg cell?
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26.  What term do we use to describe a sperm cell fusing with an egg cell?
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27.  How are sperm cells adapted for their function?
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28.  How are sperm cells adapted for their function?
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29.  Why are egg cells larger than sperm cells?
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30.  Why are egg cells larger than sperm cells?
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31.  Which organism does not produce an external egg as part of its life cycle?
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32.  Which organism does not produce an external egg as part of its life cycle?
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33.  Why do many organisms produce thousands of offspring?
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34.  Why do many organisms produce thousands of offspring?
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35.  What is the female gamete called?
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36.  What is the female gamete called?
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37.  How is the sperm adapted to perform its function?
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38.  How is the sperm adapted to perform its function?
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39.  Where is the ovum produced?
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40.  Where is the ovum produced?
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41.  What is metamorphosis?
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42.  What is metamorphosis?
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43.  Which animal grows through metamorphosis?
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44.  Which animal grows through metamorphosis?
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45.  True or False? Incomplete metamorphosis is when each body form is separate, but not that different from the one before.
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46.  Which of the following goes through incomplete metamorphosis?
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47.  True or False? Incomplete metamorphosis is when each body form is separate, but not that different from the one before.
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48.  Which of the following goes through incomplete metamorphosis?
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49.  When an insect goes through incomplete metamorphosis, it molts. What is molting?
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50.  When an insect goes through incomplete metamorphosis, it molts. What is molting?
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51.  Butterflies go through complete metamorphosis. What does this mean?
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52.  Butterflies go through complete metamorphosis. What does this mean?
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53.  Name the stages in order of the complete metamorphosis of a butterfly.
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54.  Name the stages in order of the complete metamorphosis of a butterfly.
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55.  What happens in the pupa stage
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56.  Which of the following does NOT go through complete metamorphosis?
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57.  What happens in the pupa stage
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58.  Which of the following does NOT go through complete metamorphosis?
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59.  When a nymph's skin becomes too tight, the nymph _________.
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60.  What animal carries the organism that causes malaria and dengue?
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61.  When a nymph's skin becomes too tight, the nymph _________.
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62.  Which of the following will worsen an insect sting?
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63.  What animal carries the organism that causes malaria and dengue?
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64.  Which of the following will worsen an insect sting?
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65.  Which is the right order?
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66.  It is the cytoplasm of the egg and it's purpose is to protect the egg yolk.
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68.  It is the cytoplasm of the egg and it's purpose is to protect the egg yolk.
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69.  The part of the egg that attaches or suspends the yolk within the larger structure.
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70.  The part of the egg that attaches or suspends the yolk within the larger structure.
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71.  The part of the egg that feeds the embryo.
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72.  The part of the egg that feeds the embryo.
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