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Arthropods: Animals with No Spine But Jointed Feet

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    Common Characteristics of the Arthropods Help

    Introduction to Arthropods Arthropods, like other invertebrates, contain no jointed backbones. But they are set distinctly apart, however, by their “jointed” (arthro-) “feet” (pod)!

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Major Types of Arthropods Help

    Introduction to Major Types of Arthropods There are several major types or categories of arthropods. The first question a person might ask, however, is: “The arthropods are all invertebrates. So, why weren’t they included within ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Metamorphosis: A Caterpillar Becomes A Butterfly Help

    Introduction to Metamorphosis: A Caterpillar Becomes A Butterfly Help No doubt you have seen a humble caterpillar crawling slowly across a leaf. But hidden from your gaze, at the end of summer the caterpillar begins to undergo a dramatic ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Insects: Inducers of Biological Order and Disorder In the Environment Help

    Introduction to Insects Since there are more species of insects than all other types of animals combined, a convincing argument can be made that insects (not human beings) are the real “monarchs” (rulers) of this planet! Because of ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Arthropod Practice Test

    If necessary, review: Common Characteristics of Arthropods Help

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