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Invertebrates II: Mollusca, Arthropoda, Echinodermata, Chordata (non-vertebrate chordates)

Invertebrates II: Mollusca, Arthropoda, Echinodermata, Chordata (non-vertebrate chordates)

Invertebrates II: Mollusca, Arthropoda, Echinodermata, Chordata (non-vertebrate chordates) ©2004 Amanda Demopoulos I. Phylum Mollusca More species (200,000+) than any other animal phylum except Arthropoda Soft body – often protected by CaCO 3 shell

By paul2
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Classification

Classification

Classification. TAXONOMY. Carolus von Linneaus mid-1700’s. Determined levels of classification Binomial Nomenclature. Levels of Classification:. Kingdom – largest group Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species – smallest group. Classification of the house cat.

By Angelica
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Geometry in Nature

Geometry in Nature

Geometry in Nature. By Rebecca Dow, Sara Howard, Julie Russell, Jessie Buchheim, and Jordann Tomasek. Symmetry. Definition-The preservation of form and configuration across a point, line or a plane. Transformations Types of Symmetry. Symmetry in Nature. Symmetry Can Be Found All Around Us.

By oshin
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Cnidarian Diversity

Cnidarian Diversity

Cnidarian Diversity. Phylum Cnidaria. Class Anthozoa. Class Hydrozoa. Class Scyphozoa. Class Cubozoa. Corals Anemones. Hydra Portuguese Man-Of-War Stinging Limu Fire Coral. True jellyfish. Box jellies Sea wasps. Class Anthozoa. Subclass Hexacorallia. Subclass

By urian
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The Characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria

The Characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria

The Characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria. Characteristics of Phylum Cnidaria. radial symmetry blind sac gut ( = coelenteron or gastrovascular cavity ) diploblastic with mesoglea polyp and medusa body forms nematocysts ( = specialized stinging capsules ) nerve net

By gershom
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Introduction to animals

Introduction to animals

Introduction to animals. Introduction to Animals. Characteristics of Animals. All multicellular Eukaryotes (cells with nucleus & organelles) No cell wall Ingestive heterotrophs (take in food and internally digest it). Lions Feeding (Ingestion). Support Systems.

By tomai
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Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom. 26-1 Introduction to the Animal kingdom. A. Divided into: 1. Vertebrates : have a backbone 2. Invertebrates : have no backbone. II. What is an Animal? A. Animal: A multicellular eukaryotic heterotroph whose cells lack cell walls.

By feoras
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Cnidarian Diversity

Cnidarian Diversity

Cnidarian Diversity. Phylum Cnidaria. Class Anthozoa. Class Hydrozoa. Class Scyphozoa. Class Cubozoa. Corals Anemones. Hydra Portuguese Man-Of-War Stinging Limu Fire Coral. True jellyfish. Box jellies Sea wasps. Class Anthozoa. Subclass Hexacorallia. Subclass

By rosalyn
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Some NW ctenophores

Some NW ctenophores

Some NW ctenophores. http://faculty.washington.edu/cemills/image12.gif. Close-up of a comb row. http://micscape.simplenet.com/mag/artmay98/comb.html. CTENOPHORES: diffuse epidermal nerve net plus a specialized apical sense organ which coordinates ciliary beats.

By ilar
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Classification

Classification

Classification. TAXONOMY. Carolus von Linneaus mid-1700’s. Determined levels of classification Binomial Nomenclature. Levels of Classification:. Kingdom – largest group Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species – smallest group. Classification of the house cat.

By lotus
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Kingdom Animalia

Kingdom Animalia

Multicellular Heterotrophs Lack cell walls Embryology Blastula stage. Kingdom Animalia. Simple, cellular level of organization to complex Invertebrates to vertebrates Most animals (>95%) are inverts Aside from very successful insects, most animals are marine

By andie
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Lecture Exam I

Lecture Exam I

Lecture Exam I. Cambrian radiation / phylogeny = 2 papers Systematics intro Protista: 10 phyla Animalia: Porifera, Cnidaria ~20 questions Short answer, essay, life cycle sketch. Phylum Cnidaria. 3 Classes: Anthozoa Scyphozoa Hydrozoa. Characteristics:. Diploblastic metazoan

By caraf
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Animals Review

Animals Review

Animals Review. For Test: *Animal Diversity Lab *Animal Dissections: - Starfish - Clam Grasshopper (studyguide only – no dissection) Expect to identify anatomy – study pictures and notes!. Starfish Questions. How does a starfish feed? Read figure 24 Kingdom: Animalia

By bardia
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SYMMETRY IN ANIMALS

SYMMETRY IN ANIMALS

SYMMETRY IN ANIMALS. What is symmetry?. Most animals have bodies that show symmetry. This means that the body can be cut into two halves that have a matching shape. This slide has symmetry. It has been cut into two halves that have matching shapes. 1. Asymmetrical. amoeba.

By elden
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PHYLUM PLATYHELMINTHES (PLAT –EE- HELL- MIN – THEEZ) FLATWORMS

PHYLUM PLATYHELMINTHES (PLAT –EE- HELL- MIN – THEEZ) FLATWORMS

PHYLUM PLATYHELMINTHES (PLAT –EE- HELL- MIN – THEEZ) FLATWORMS. PLEASE PREPARE TO TAKE NOTES. A. THE MAJORITY OF FLATWORMS ARE PARASITES. CNIDARIANS: RADIAL SYMMETRY TWO LAYERS LACKING MOST ORGAN SYSTEMS. . FLATWORMS : BILATERAL SYMMETRY THREE LAYERS CENTRALIZED NERVOUS SYSTEM

By casta
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Critters of the Chesapeake Bay

Critters of the Chesapeake Bay

Critters of the Chesapeake Bay. Sea Stars or Starfishes. Sea Stars. Sea stars, or starfishes, or starfish are echinoderms, which means “spiny-skinned”. They are a very strange group of animals!. Sea Stars.

By yahto
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THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM. CHARACTERISTICS. MULTICELLULAR HETEROTROPHIC EUKARYOTIC SEXUAL REPRODUCTION MOTILE 9 PHYLA SYMMETRY : BODY ARRANGEMENT. PORIFERA. SPONGES “PORE-BEARING” NON-MOTILE AQUATIC (mainly seawater) HOLLOW BODIES: called a COELOM ASYMMETRICAL FILTER FEEDERS. CNIDARIA.

By taryn
(101 views)

KINGDOM ANIMALIA

KINGDOM ANIMALIA

KINGDOM ANIMALIA. Fun stuff!!. SEPARABLE CHARACTERISTICS. No cell wall Sexual reproduction is the norm Dominant life cycle stage is diploid Most animals are motile Most have muscle & nervous tissue Multicellular heterotrophs Animals store glucose as glycogen

By duaa
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How are living things classified?

How are living things classified?

How are living things classified?. Part One. What is classification? Phylogeny Binomial Nomenclature Dichotomous Keys. What is classification?. Whenever you place similar items together, you are classifying them. Look at the images on the next page. What do they have in common?

By zazu
(140 views)

Radial Symmetry

Radial Symmetry

Radial Symmetry. Science and Nature. Underwater. Math. Astronomy and Astrology. Pinwheels. Kaleidoscopes . Everyday Life . . . . In Art. Student Artwork.

By kimberly
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