What is the Outer covering of a flamingo?
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pleura but their are different types of pleura but im not sure if there's more than one. _____ Yes, there are more than one type of pleura. Immediately surrounding the lobes of the lungs is visceral pleura. There is also a layer of parietal pleura that surrounds both the lungs and their viscer…al pleura. Between the visceral and parietal pleura is a potential space that contains a thin layer of mucoid liquid, that some refer to as synovial fluid, although it is not true synovial fluid. This fluid allows the two layers of pleura to slide easily against one another when the lungs inflate and deflate during respiration. (MORE)
Yes, like the hard outside covering on a beetle. (Its the outer covering of insects)
You can call with different word . Example , husk , shell or pod .
I disceted a tode and its like this creepy green skin that you peel off. It peels of when you use the scapel and be careful not to rip up the muscle if you want to see the skin up close. It looks like fish food. Bumpy, rough brown skin.
It is usually refered to as an exoskeleton but can also be called a carapace (\most often reserved for crabs and lobsters).
A tadpole's outer covering is called the ectoderm. It is made up ofa substance called keratin. It is a jelly like substance.
The outer covering of an animal cell is called the plasma membrane.This structure regulates the transportation of molecules, such asnutrients, in and out of the cell.
Starfish have exoskeletons that are made of calcium carbonate. Theyare named after their shape, and usually have 5 arms, but can havemore.
The mackerel fish does have scales as an outer covering. Themackerel is a fish that can be eaten without removing the scales,though. The scales are so small, it does not cause a problem foreating.
The core of a dolphinÃ¢??s body is well insulated by a thick layerof blubber. The blubber is actually the modified 3rd layer or"hypodermis" of a dolphinÃ¢??s skin.
Epidermis . The outermost layer of cells covering the leaves and young parts of a plant.
Skin is the human body's outer covering.. The outer covering of a human body is skin. . Skin.. Skin is the human body's outer covering.. Skin.
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It's the sclera. If you are doing the Witherspoons quiz then the answer is cornea
A newt is an amphibious creature that is in the salamander family.The skin of a newt is semi-permeable and glandular. This means thatwater and air are able to pass through the animal's skin, althoughthe skin is not smooth but can be rough.
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Jawless fish do not have scales, so their skin is naked. They also do not have jaws or paired appendages. They do, however, have a cartilaginous skeleton and a dorsal nerve cord that leads to a distinct brain.
Bat is a mammal, so it's outer covering is hair whereas bird's outer covering is feather.
A virus consists of two layers: 1. Outer Layer: Capsule - The outer layer of a virus. 2. Inner Layer: Hereditary - genetic material made of DNA/RNA
Many many many animals do Snakes are an obvious one, because they leave behind their old skin. Humans do too, but not in large pieces, but tiny flakes of dead skin
The outer covering of an Arowana are scales. They have a largeamount of scales and some thin skin on their fins that fit thelength of their long bodies.
The outer covering or skin of a deer is often called a hide. Thehide protects the deer from bugs as well as other elements ofnature.
According to biologists, spiders have exoskeletons for which theyshed (molt) as they grow older. The spiderÃ¢??s outer body consistsof mostly hairs, spines and humps.
It' a fungi called KERATIN. Visually, it is the bumpy stuff on the outer covering of a tadpole.
Outer covering of whale is called skin like other mammals , but it underlined by thick layer of fat called blubber
It's there to protect the seed from dirt, bacteria or bugs from getting into the seed and causing problems or eating it.
outer layer of muscle is the epicardium Outer layer of fibrous tissue is the pericardium
The outer shell on animals is called an exoskeleton. This exoskeleton is there because these animals do not have a spine like humans do, so they must have the shell to protect them from harm.
Emus have an outer covering of wispy feathers. The nature and structure of emu feathers provides insulation for them during the heat of the day. Emus have two feathers extending from a single, narrow quill, allowing for airflow underneath.
The exoskeleton is what the outer covering of a grasshopper is called. Having a skeleton on the outside, not the inside, of the body serves as one of the characteristics which make a grasshopper an insect.
which ? But you never let us choose . So it should be what. If it is what , my answer would be husk , shell or pod.
The skin of a pig is the outer covering. It is similar to the skin of the human and as sensitive.
Vacuoles, organelles that are present in all plant and fungal cells as well as those of other organisms (animal, bacterium, protist), are closed compartments containing molecules enclosed by water. This organelle therefore serves many functions. The primordial utricle and the tonoplast are examples… of cytoplasm that is present around the vacuoles of plants. (MORE)
yes they do. It is called and exoskeleton and it is made out of chitin.
It is either skin, fur or hair as they are mammals and mammals outer covering is skin or fur or hair. Hope it helps! :D
Slimy but then again,it can have a soft&&rubbery covering!If not then,their skin would be kind of hard!
Nerves and blood vessles are essential in maintaining healthy bone structure. Since the bone is actually vibrant living tissue, the outer membrance is vital in the protection of the inter-networking of key vessles, much like the way that the ribcage protects the lungs
Sheep grow wool. When the wool is shorn from a sheep it is called a fleece.
The spiny anteater, correctly known as the echidna, has a thick layer of fur, through which hundreds of sharp quills grow.
Like all birds, the emu's body covering is feathers, although they are fine and wispy.
The outer covering of a seed better known as seed coat (husk) provides protection to the seed interior containing endosperm, embryo and the cotyledons. It develops from the integuments of the ovule. Various types of lignified ornamentation and deposits in the cells of seed coat help the botanists to… identify seeds at species and variety level. (MORE)
Indeed, sheep have a particular type of hair that is known as wool. It is their most famous feature.
Fur covers a panda like skin covers humans pandas have another layer called spinaco that keeps the panda safe and warm
Flys are insects and therefore invertebrates (they have no backbone to hold them together like we do!). As with many other invertebrates, flys are covered by an exoskeleton, like a shell.Cabs and lobsters are also invertebrates, their shells (exoskeletons) are very obvious when you have to crack the…m open to get to their muscles (yummy meat!) inside! Exoskeletons are thought to have evolved as a way of holding an animal 'together' (to stop it flopping into a blob form, especially out of the water!)... Many exoskeletons can be found in the fossil record, giving us a picture of what some of the first animals to venture onto land may have looked like. The exoskeleton has been a very successful, evolutionary strategy! Just look at the numbers on flies still buzzing around today, and they have armor to avoid being swotted too! (MORE)
Don't. They are almost always beneficial. There is a chance that they aren't, in which case a spider will likely move in and do the work for you.
Sharks are covered in skin. Sharks have a covering of dermal denticles that protects their skin from damage and parasites in addition to improving their fluid dynamics.
It is called the exosketon. It is made from a hard protein, chitin,which arthropods often biomineralize for further strength.
The proper name for the outer covering is the exoskeleton. It ismade of a tough protein called chitin, a molecule simlar tocellulose; in some ways like the hard protein keratin in hair,fingernails, hooves, beaks, claws, etc. Since it is inflexible,arthropods can't grow in size and have to adopt a st…rategy ofmoulting the entire exoskeleton in order to grow. (MORE)
The outer covering of an arthropod is called its carapace. It is the arthropod's skeleton, which it wears on the outside, rather than on the inside like we do.
A hard outer covering protects an insect's soft body and gives the insect its shape.