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Filo Cnidaria

Filo Cnidaria

Filo Cnidaria. EJERCICIO 8 121-138-120(EDITION 14 TH ) 119-133 (EDITION 15 TH). Goals for today. Learn to recognized the Phylum Cnidaria from other animals Learn the main ‘ diagnostic ’ characteristics Learn about some cnidarians biology Learn about the internal anatomy of anemones.

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Filo Cnidaria

Filo Cnidaria

Filo Cnidaria. http :// www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbpB5F9CcLc&feature=related. EJERCICIO 8 121-138-120(EDITION 14 TH ) 119-133 (EDITION 15 TH). Goals for today. Learn to recognized the Phylum Cnidaria from other animals Learn the main ‘ diagnostic ’ characteristics

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Gametes

Gametes

Gametes. Structure and Function. Human Ovum. Human Sperm. How are they adapted?. Ova. Sperm. Smaller cell Sperm has a long tail Has large numbers of mitochondria present Has an acrosome in the head which contains digestive enzymes. Large cell

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Keystone Species and Ecological Release

Keystone Species and Ecological Release

Keystone Species and Ecological Release. Keystone Species. Some species play such pivotal roles in their ecosystems that we call them keystone species. These are species whose presence or absence governs the existence and overall composition of the system. What Are Keystone Species?.

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MEIOSIS makes gametes

MEIOSIS makes gametes

MEIOSIS makes gametes. Meiosis produces gametes. Meiosis was first observed by the Belgian cytologist Pierre-Joseph van Beneden in 1887 60 years before we knew that DNA contained the genetic material Gametes (eggs and sperm) contain half the complement of chromosomes found in other cells

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Production of Gametes

Production of Gametes

Production of Gametes. MEIOSIS. Meiosis Facts. Meiosis. The form of cell division by which gametes , with half the number of chromosomes , are produced Diploid (2n)  haploid (n) Meiosis is sexual reproduction Two divisions ( meiosis I and meiosis II ). Meiosis.

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What are Gametes?

What are Gametes?

What are Gametes?. Check Point. 1. What is a gamete? A sex cell 2. How many chromosomes does it have? 23. I. Human body cells have 46 chromosomes. A. The cells in your body are “specialized”, which means that certain cells are specially formed to do certain jobs.

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Production of Gametes

Production of Gametes

Production of Gametes. MEIOSIS. Meiosis Facts. Meiosis. The form of cell division by which gametes , with half the number of chromosomes , are produced Diploid (2n)  haploid (n) Meiosis is sexual reproduction Two divisions ( meiosis I and meiosis II ). Meiosis.

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Gametes and Fertilization

Gametes and Fertilization

Gametes refer to mature cells produced by the reproductive system when the organism is sexually reproducing, referred to as germ cells. Gametes are divided into male gametes and female gametes. The female gametes of animals and plants are usually called egg cells, and the male gametes are called sperm.

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MEIOSIS  … making gametes….

MEIOSIS … making gametes….

MEIOSIS … making gametes…. Meiosis is…. Making the cells that make babies! (egg and sperm) The process of nuclear division that reduces the number of chromosomes by half Start with somatic cell End with gamete. What type of cells produce egg/sperm?. Ovary and testes cells!.

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Population  –  group of individuals  of the same species

Population – group of individuals of the same species

Population – group of individuals of the same species living in the same area, potentially interacting. Community – group of populations of different species living in the same area, potentially interacting. What are some ecological interactions?.

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