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Any structure, such as a leg or an antenna, that grows out of the body of an animal.
appendage
Shedding the old exoskeleton
molting
In other groups, there is an abdomen and a fused head and thorax
cephalothorax
Branching networks of hollow air passages that carry air throughout the body
tracheal tubes
Air enters and leaves the tracheal tubes through openings on the thorax and abdomen called
spiracles
air-filled chambers that contain leaflike plates
book lungs
Chemical odor signals given off by animals to engage in a variety of behaviors.
pheromones
A visual structure with only one lens that is used for detecting light.
Simple eye
A visual structure with may lenses
compound eye
The mouthparts of most arthropod groups include one pair of jaws called_______. are adapted for holding, chewing, sucking, or biting the various foods eaten by arthropods
Mandibles
Most terrestrial arthropods excrete wstes through____
Malpighian tubules
A form of asexual reproduction in which a new individual develops from an unfertilized egg
parthenogenesis
Most terrestrial arthropods excrete wstes through____
Malpighian tubules
A form of asexual reproduction in which a new individual develops from an unfertilized egg
parthenogenesis