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Intro to Zoology. Vocabulary. Define all words in your Vocab Notebook For HW. Zoology Anatomy Cytology Ecology Embryology Genetics Histology Molecular biology Parasitology. Systematics Taxonomy Entomology Herpetology Ichthyology Mammalogy Ornithology Protozoology

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Intro to zoology

Intro to Zoology

Vocabulary


Define all words in your vocab notebook for hw

Define all words in your Vocab Notebook For HW

Zoology

Anatomy

Cytology

Ecology

Embryology

Genetics

Histology

Molecular biology

Parasitology

Systematics

Taxonomy

Entomology

Herpetology

Ichthyology

Mammalogy

Ornithology

Protozoology

Binomial Nomenclature


All living things are

All living things are….

  • …organized into 8 basic levels.

    • Domain

    • Kingdom

    • Phylum

    • Class

    • Order

    • Family

    • Genus

    • Species


There is an easy way to remember the order of the levels of taxonomy

There is an easy way to remember the order of the levels of taxonomy

  • Distinguished=Domain

  • King = Kingdom

  • Philip = Phylum

  • Came = Class

  • Over = Order

  • For = Family

  • Great = Genus

  • Spaghetti = Species


Binomial nomenclature

Binomial Nomenclature?

  • Two names

  • Genus + Species

  • This gives you the scientific name of an organism.

  • Only organisms of the same species can reproduce.

  • Examples

    • Canus Lupus

    • Homo Sapien

    • Equus zebra

    • Equus Caballus


Organisms are grouped into the five kingdoms based on their

Organisms are grouped into the five kingdoms based on their…

  • Type of cells.

  • Number of cells.

  • Type of movement.

  • Food needs.


Two types of cells

Two types of cells

Prokaryotic

Eukaryotic

Complex cells with membrane bound organelles.

Found in kingdom animal, plant, fungus and protista

  • Simple cells that have no membrane bound organelles.

  • Only found in the kingdom Monera


Intro to zoology

Animal

Organ System

Organs

Levels of organization

Tissue

Cell

Organelles

Membranes

Macromolecules

Simple Molecules

Atoms


Tissues

Tissues

  • Histology is the study of tissues.

  • Major tissues:

    • Epithelial

    • Connective Tissue

    • Muscle tissue

    • Nervous Tissue


Outline hw

Outline HW

  • Create an outline of the information on pg 50-54

  • Be sure to include:

    • 4 major tissue types.

    • Subtypes of each major tissue.

    • Describe their appearance, location, and function.

    • Make sure your notes are clear and include enough detail about the topic.

    • Open note test on tissues _____________


Essential content

Essential content

  • Epithelial

  • Connective

  • Muscle

  • Nervous

  • Simple

  • Stratified

  • Squamous

  • Cuboidal

  • Columnar

  • Loose connective tissue

  • Fibrous connective tissue

  • Adipose

  • Cartilage

  • Blood

  • Smooth

  • Skeletal

  • Cardiac

  • Neuron

  • Neuroglia

  • Peripheral glial


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