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The Zebra Equus quagga belongs to class ________ , the clade of mammals.
The rigid but flexible structure that chordates possess is called a ________ , and most chordates also possess vertebrae.
Viruses are made up of nucleic acid genome enclosed in a protein coat called a ________ .
A group of organisms of the same species in one area comprise a(n) ________ .
Terrestrial biomes are defined by ________ and precipitation.
Monk parakeets are ________ species which have been introduced into Chicago from elsewhere, inflicting negative impacts on native ecosystems.
All the descendants of an ancestor make up a ________ group, or clade.
The membrane that provides a watertight fluid-filled environment for the embryo in an amniotic egg is called ________ .
The flu virus is an enveloped virus that wraps a bit of the ________ of the host cell around the capsid.
A population growing under ideal conditions increases at a(n) ________ rate that is the difference between birth and death rates.
A terrestrial biome found in colder areas is tundra, where the soil below 1 meter is permanently frozen into ________ .
An invasive species in the Great Lakes is the Zebra ________ , which invaded the U.S. from Eurasia in the 1980s in the ballast water of cargo ships.
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