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  1. 2/14 • Grab notes off the back table! • Turn in Protist Lab • Happy Friday • Reminder: Test on Monday!!! • Virus, Bacteria, Classification, Protist, Fungi • Tutorials Monday morning 6:45 w/ Ms. Lust

  2. Porifera

  3. Describe: Pore-bearing Example: Sponges

  4. Digestion: Filter feeders Filter feeders strain tiny food particles from water http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=AC57A6DE-9B41-4C33-80FE-5620487737C9&blnFromSearch=1&productcode=US#

  5. Movement of particles from high to low concentration Respiration: Diffusion Circulatory: Diffusion Excretion: Diffusion

  6. Nervous (Response to environment): None Reproduction: AsexualSexual

  7. Skeletal / Muscular:Sessile Live attached to objects—unable to move about

  8. Protection: toxins, odors, sharp spicules Notes: simplest of all animals

  9. 2/17 Test today!!! • Phones on silent, please!!!! • Get your scantron from the back. We’re answering on part 2 of it, write “classification test” on the side • Find your stamps and write your name on them • Dr. Virus • Food poisoning WS • Virus and Bacteria Stations • Protist and Fungi WS

  10. 2/18 • Take out your invertebrate notes (green sheet) • Turn in Extra Credit Assignment into the Box • Yes, I do have your tests graded and will tell you the grade today when I’m ready. • Test correction times: • Today: enrichment and after school • Tomorrow: before and after school • Thursday: enrichment, before and after school Remember: the Six weeks ends Friday!!!

  11. Cnidaria

  12. Description: Stinging Cells Examples: Jellyfish, Sea Anemone, Corals,

  13. Digestion: Digestive Cavity with 1 opening

  14. Movement of particles from high to low concentration Respiration: Diffusion Circulatory: Diffusion Excretion: Diffusion

  15. Nervous System : Nerve Net (tissue) Sea Anemone

  16. Reproduction: Asexual Sexual

  17. Skeletal / Muscular: Muscles Sessile (medusa) (polyp)

  18. Protection : Cnidocytes—stinging cells

  19. Notes: 1st group of animals to have tissues Coral reefs are home to other organisms and they protect shoreline

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