bio notes 3-12
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what captures and kills large prey?
what derives nutrition from animal host; usually do not kill host; much time and energy devoted to dispersal
feed on dead organic material (detritus)
examples of detritivores
earthworm, blue crap, amphipd, banana slug, millipede
what does the animal life cycle include?
embryonic development, birth, maturation, reproduction, and death
what has no distinct larval/nymph stage; newborns identical to adults in appearance (just smaller)
what is an organism that has distinct larval or nymph stage; goes through metamorphosis; different stages specialized for different functions
body is completely transformed (egg-larva-pupa-adult)
what do sessile adults typically disperse as
eggs or larvae
what do motile adults disperse as?
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