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Animals. Invertebrates. What are Animals?. Cannot make their own food Have many cells They have eukaryotic cells Movement Digest their food Are we animals??. http://www.windows.ucar.edu/earth/Life/images/celltypes.gif. Vertebrates Endoskeleton. Invertebrates Exoskeleton No Skeleton.

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animals

Animals

Invertebrates

what are animals
What are Animals?
  • Cannot make their own food
  • Have many cells
  • They have eukaryotic cells
  • Movement
  • Digest their food
  • Are we animals??

http://www.windows.ucar.edu/earth/Life/images/celltypes.gif

animals are
Vertebrates

Endoskeleton

Invertebrates

Exoskeleton

No Skeleton

Animals are…
animals have
Animals have…
  • Symmetry
    • Bilateral
      • Most animals
    • Radial
      • Jellyfish and Starfish
    • Asymmetrical
      • Sponge

http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/habitat/ead/EADimages/Sponges.png

invertebrates
Invertebrates
  • Majority of Animals (95%)
  • No Skeleton
  • Exoskeletons
    • Chitin
      • Molt
  • Eight major Phyla (groups)

academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/.../page/chitin.html

porifera por if er uh
Porifera [por IF er uh]
  • Pore-bearing animals
  • Sponges

http://www.lpdatafiles.com/data/mso2003/SCUBA%20SPONGES.jpg

cnidaria ni der ee uh
Cnidaria [ni DER ee uh]
  • Have special stinging cells
  • Hollow bodies
  • Jellyfish, coral, sea anemones
platyhelminthes plat ee hel min theez
Platyhelminthes [plat ee hel MIN theez]
  • Worms with flattened bodies
  • Planarians, tapeworms, flukes

http://waa.uwalumni.com/onwisconsin/2003_summer/images/tapeworms.jpg

nematoda nee muh toh duh
Nematoda [nee muh TOH duh]
  • Worms with round, tube-like bodies
  • Pinworms, trichina worms, heartworm, hookworm

lovemyspca.com/PetsEnemies.html

annelida an nuh lee duh
Annelida [an nuh LEE duh]
  • Worms with segmented bodies, body divided into rings
  • Earthworms, leeches, sandworms
mollusca mo lusk uh
Mollusca [mo LUSK uh]
  • Soft-body tissue
  • Must have at least one:
    • Ribbon-like tongue with tiny teeth
    • Protective case
    • Layer of mantle
  • Clams, oysters, squid, snails, octopus
arthropoda ahr thruh pahd uh
Arthropoda [AHR thruh pahd uh]
  • Animals with segmented bodies
  • Jointed legs
  • Exoskeleton
  • Insects, spiders, lobsters, crabs, scorpions, ticks
echinodermata ee kine o der mat a
Echinodermata [Ee KINE o der MAT a]
  • Spiny Bodies
  • Leathery-skin
  • Live in the Oceans
  • Starfish, sand dollars, sea urchins
simple vs complex inverts
Porifera

Sponges

Most simple invertebrate

Cnidarians

Platyhelminthes

Simplest worms

Nematodes

Annelids

Mollusks

Arthropod

Echinoderm

Simple vs. Complex Inverts