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Echinodermata

Riley Galton

Julia Heunis

David Lin

http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/staticfiles/NGS/Shared/StaticFiles/Photography/Images/Content/sea-star-pair-758303-sw.jpg

echinoderm classes

Riley Galton

Echinoderm Classes

Asteroidea – Sea Stars:

  • Multiple arms radiating from central disk
  • Tube feet on bottom

http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/staticfiles/

Ophiuroidea – Brittle Stars:

  • Distinct central disk with snake like arms
  • Tube feet lack suckers

http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/staticfiles/

echinoderm classes1

Riley Galton

Echinoderm Classes

Echinoidea – Sea Urchins and Sand Dollars:

  • No arms, but 5 rows of tube feet
  • Have muscles that can move
  • spines

www.emiliogrossi.com/images/Photographyiles/

Crinoidea – Feather Stars and Sea Lilies

  • Flexible arms used in suspension feeding
  • Haven’t changed in 500 million years

http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/staticfiles/

http://lh6.ggpht.com

http://image44.webshots.com

echinoderm classes2

Riley Galton

Echinoderm Classes

Holothuroidea – Sea Cucumbers

  • Reduced endoskeleton
  • Five rows of tube feet

http://www.sfu.ca/~fankbone/v/xyloplax.jpg

Concentricycloidea – Sea Daisies

  • Only two known species
  • Disk shaped, less than 1cm in diameter

http://blog.case.edu/case-news/2008/03/06/seacucumber.jpg

echinoderm sensory structures

Riley Galton

Echinoderm Sensory Structures
  • Eyespots on the ends of ambulacra are sensitive to light
  • Pedicellariae(jaw like skeletal structures used to keep organisms from settling on skin),tube feet, and spines are sensitive to touch

http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/echinodermata/echinomm.html

echinoderm reproduction

Riley Galton

Echinoderm Reproduction

http://www.biolbull.org/content/vol204/issue3/images/medium/coverfig.gif

Sexual:

  • Eggs and sperm are released into the water where they are fertilized
  • Larvae are planktonic
  • Internal fertilization has been observed in certain species of sea stars, brittle stars, and sea cucumbers

Asexual:

  • Echinoderms can regenerate body parts and organs
  • Asexual reproduction can occur (though not by will) if the echinoderm is torn with enough of the body on each part

http://www.oceaninn.com/guides/echino.htm

http://www.starfish.ch/Fotos/echinoderms

body cavity coelom

Julia Heunis

Body Cavity (Coelom)
  • PRESENT!
  • Coelom = A fluid-filled cavity between body wall and gut; lined by mesoderm
  • Two parts:

Perivisceral coelom – large, fluid-filled cavity where major organs, digestive tube and sex organs, are suspended

Water Vascular System - network of hydraulic canals unique to echinoderms that branches into extensions (tube feet) which function in locomotion, feeding and gas exchange

http://www.colin.edu/science/awashington/syllabi/General%20Zoology%20Terminology.htm

http://biology.kenyon.edu/courses/biol112/Biol112WebPage/Syllabus/Topics/Week%207/Resources/coelom.GIF

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/452108/perivisceral-coelom

http://www.und.nodak.edu/instruct/jvaughan/b151/VOCAB_vertebrates.html

body symmetry

Julia Heunis

Body Symmetry

http://tbn2.google.com/images?q=tbn:KrJSbsj0l4ImqM:http://photos.tobinhosting.com/d/117553-2/sea%2Burchins.jpg

  • evolved from animals with bilateral symmetry
  • adult echinoderms possess radial symmetry
  • All echinoderms exhibit fivefold radial symmetry in portions of their body at some stage of life (5 parts around central axis), even if they have secondary bilateral symmetry
  • For the most part…

LARVAE ~ bilateral

ADULTS ~ radial

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Echinoderm

excretory system

Julia Heunis

Excretory System
  • NO true excretory system!
  • Main opening of a sponge used only to EXPEL WASTE
  • Anus leads directly from stomach/digestive tract
  • Anus = top

mouth = bottom

universe-review.ca

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Olivia Heunis

http://universe-review.ca/I10-82-starfish.jpg

skeletal type echinodermata spiny skinned

Julia Heunis

Skeletal TypeEchinodermata: “Spiny Skinned”
  • DO NOT possess an exoskeleton
  • a thin outermost skin covers a mesodermal endoskeleton made of tiny calcified plates and spines - forms rigid support contained within tissues of the organism
  • Skeleton composed of skeletal plates called ossicles
  • Ossicles = small bones
  • In some species, such as the sea urchin, plates of the skeleton are locked together to form a rigid structure.
  • most sea stars and brittle stars can flex their ‘arms’ = skeleton has gaps, flexible plate junctures

http://ebiomedia.com/prod/BOechinoderms.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sanc0521.jpg

other unique features

Julia Heunis

Other Unique Features
  • Echinoderms can REGENERATE

ex: sea cucumbers can eject a portion of gut in response to predators and regenerate when safe

  • Water vascular system (described earlier) is unique to echinoderms; varies water pressure to control tube feet
  • Crinoids and some brittle stars = passive filter-feeders, absorbing suspended particles from passing water

sea urchins = grazers

sea cucumbers = deposit feeders

starfish = active hunters

http://www.starfish.ch/reef/echinoderms.html

more unique features

Julia Heunis

More Unique Features
  • Autonomy = The spontaneous self amputation of an appendage when the organism is injured or under attack. The autotomized part is usually regenerated.
  • “arms” → multiples of 5; some have more because of regeneration
  • mutable collagenous tissue ~ connect ossicles; can maintain different positions without much effort

http://www.starfish.ch/reef/echinoderms.html

nervous system

David Lin

Nervous System
  • Decentralized
  • central nerve ring surrounds gut, connect radial nerves.
  • Radial nerves run under each arm, coordinate movement, etc.
  • Do not have “brains,” but some have ganglia along radial nerves

http://www.tolweb.org/Echinodermata

digestive system

David Lin

Digestive System
  • Complete digestive system (tubular gut), mouth to anus. (bottom to top)
  • Crinoidia: filter-feed, use cilia
  • Asteroidea: Cardiac (evert), pyloric stomach, digestive glands
  • Urchins: “Aristotle’s lantern” (masticatory apparatus)
  • Holothurians: suspension/deposit feeders, use tentacles.

http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Sea_star_-_Internal_Anatomy/id/2099728

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~biol240/labs/lab_17hydrostaticsk/pages/echinoderm.html

locomotion musculature

David Lin

Locomotion/Musculature
  • Utilize water vascular system and tube feet
  • Water in from madreporite, pumped into ampulla by radial canal
  • Ampulla contracts, water to podia
  • Podia contracts, water to ampulla
    • Podia bend, shorten allows movement (vacuum and suction)

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/resources/biodidac/basicechino.jpg/medium.jpg

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~biol240/labs/lab_17hydrostaticsk/pages/echinoderm.html

gas exchange

David Lin

Gas Exchange
  • Asteroids, crinoids: dermal gills (thin epidermis)
  • Urchins: infolds of body wall (bursae) opening to outside
  • Sand dollars: modified podia on top (petaloids) which are thin-walled and flaplike.
  • Holothurians: highly branched hindgut called "respiratory tree"

http://faculty.vassar.edu/mehaffey/academic/animalstructure/outlines/echinodermata.html

circulatory system

David Lin

Circulatory System
  • Mostly in perivisceral coelom, enhanced by water vascular system and hemal system.
    • Hemal system: series of canals and spaces mostly in coelomic channels. Fluid movement by cilia. Used to distribute nutrients. No respiratory system.

http://faculty.vassar.edu/mehaffey/academic/animalstructure/outlines/echinodermata.htmlhttp://www.dailygalaxy.com/photos/uncategorized/urchins_1.jpg

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Quiz
  • Echinodermata have ________ symmetry as larvae, but display ________ symmetry as adults.
  • What allows Echinoderms to function in locomotion, feeding and gas exchange?
  • Sea stars can grow new arms and sea cucumbers can replace their gut after ejecting them. What feature of echinoderms does this demonstrate?
  • Name the stomachs of a sea star. Functions?
answers
Answers
  • Bilateral, radial
  • Water vascular system
  • Regeneration
  • Cardiac, pyloric; evert and enzymes, further digestion
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