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Flukes and tapeworms belong to phylum:
Platyhelminthes
Sea cucumbers and sea urchins belong to phylum:
Echinodermata
Humans are one of many, Notochord, dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, postanal tail, coelom, mostly vertebrates
phylum chordata
sand dollar, sea star, sea urchin, . spiny skin, radial symmetry, H2O vascular system, coelom
phylum Echinodermata
Spiders and scorpions beeping to phylum:
Arthropoda
leeches and earthworms belong to phylum:
Annelida
Snails and squids belong to phylum:
Mollusca
Corals and jellyfish belong to phylum:
Cnidaria
Sponges belong to phylum:
Porifera
Roundworms, unsegmented, pseudocoelom.
Phylum Nematoda
Planarians, flukes, and tapeworms. flattened body with no coelom, bilateral symmetry. Some are parasitic. ie. blood fluke reproduce in human intestines
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Earthworms, leeches, polychaetes. segmented, bilateral symmetry. Coelom.
phylum Annelida
snails, scallops, squids. Mantle, muscular foot, visceral mass. soft and unsegmented. Bilateral symmetry
phylum Mollusca
pinworms and hookworms belong to phylum:
Nematoda
Trilobites, chelicerates, myriapods, crustaceans, insects. molt cuticle, joined appendages, exoskeleton, segmented. complex organ system. mouth parts- chelicerates=horseshoe crab, tick, spiders, scorpion. Mandibulates=insects. Myriapod=millipede, centipede. Crustacean=shrimp, crab, lobster.
phylum Arthropoda
jellyfish, hydra, coral, sea anemones. radial symmetry, 2 germ layers, stinging cells, asexual and sexual reproduction
phylum Cnidaria
sponges- porous bodies, no tissues
phylum porifera
includes mammals, birds, and non-avian reptiles. amniotic egg broke the tie to water
Amniotes
towards the spine
dorsal
near the belly
ventral
below waist
inferior
above waist
superior
free end of a limb or projection, away from the point of attachment.
distal
hip region
pelvic
chest/shoulder region
pectoral
on/near surface
superficial
axis from head to tail
longitudinal
head or head end
cephalic
tail or tail end
caudal
toward tail end. back.
posterior
towards head end
anterior
away from the center, sides.
lateral
middle, towards the middle
medial
larvae maturing into an adult goes through:
metamorphosis
characteristics of all animals
blastula, heterotrophic
first 3 points of divergence in animals
1. presence/absence of tissues
2. symmetry
3. embryonic development
Nematodes and arthropods both:
molt
snakes, lizards, and birds;:
reptiles that last amniotic eggs on dry land
Chicken development
Chicken development
sponge parts
collar cells of a sponge, choanocytes
osculum of sponge and spongocoel
sponge class demospongiae
three versions of spicules
silica spicules
spicules of spongin
calcium carbonate spicules
microscope, spicules
microscope, spongin
sponge anatomy
sponge reproduction
amphiblastula larvae in sponge
asexual reproduction
Gemmules in sponge, resistant buds
lencosolenia sponge
scypha sponge
Cnidaria
body types in cnidaria
cnidaria have stinging cells
hydra Verdis, cnidaria
nematocysts, cnidaria
class hydrozoa, cnidaria
hydra, cnidaria
hydra
class hydrozoa
hydra reproduction
hydra digestion
sexual reproduction in hydra
physalia, type of hydra
scyphozoa, cnidaria
iracongi, jellyfish, cnidaria
jellyfish
corals, class anthozoa, cnidarians
coral examples
brain coral
polyps in coral
anemone
platyhelminthes info
turbellaria, planaria platyhelminthes
turbellaria, platyhelminthes
platyhelminthes
platyhelminthes infecting humans
cestoda=tapeworm. platyhelminthes
tapeworm anatomy
mollusca
classes of Mollusks
gastropoda, snails and slugs. mollusca
study parts
parts of a gastropod
mollusca
bivalvia, mollusca
bivalves
cephelopoda, mollusca
cephalopods
phylum Annelida
example of an Annelida