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Reproduction

Reproduction

Reproduction. Asexual Reproduction. What is reproduction?. Reproduction is the process by which organisms produce more of their own kind. Think about it – Without reproduction, all life on earth would no longer exist. . Reproduction:. Reproduction. The Continuity of Life.

By paul
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Introduction to Kingdom Animalia

Introduction to Kingdom Animalia

Introduction to Kingdom Animalia. Characteristics of Animals. Heterotrophic Multicellular Movement Eukaryotic. Basic Embryology. Define: Zygote Embryo Blastula Gastrula. Embryonic Germ Layers. Ectoderm – outside layer Mesoderm – middle layer Endoderm – inside layer.

By adamdaniel
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Animal Kingdom Review

Animal Kingdom Review

Animal Kingdom Review. Which does not belong?. Three of the answers have something in common, choose the answer that does not belong with the rest. All multicellular Eukaryotic Autotroph No cell wall. Feed Take in oxygen and excrete Carbon Dioxide Reproduce Have a nervous system.

By oswald
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Contents. What Is an Animal? Animal Symmetry Sponges and Cnidarians Worms. - What Is an Animal?. Structure of Animals. The cells of most animals are organized into higher levels of structure, including tissues, organs, and systems. - What Is an Animal?.

By nathaniel
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Skin Breathers

Skin Breathers

Skin Breathers. These animals use their skin as their gas exchange organ. To maintain a moist surface area they secret mucus. If they dry out they will suffocate. What happens when it rains?. Skin Breathers - Earthworms. What happens when it is dry?

By quintana
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Mollusks and Segmented Worms

Mollusks and Segmented Worms

Mollusks and Segmented Worms. Chapter 27 Biology Auburn High School Pgs. 740 – 757 . 27.1: Mollusks. p. 741 – 747 . Characteristics of Mollusks. Phylum Mollusca Meaning – soft Bilateral symmetry, coelomate, 2 body openings, a muscular foot, & mantel Habitat

By bess
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Annelida

Annelida

Annelida. Segmented Worms. N0- not that kind of worm !. Common Examples. Earthworms. Common Examples. Bristle Worms. Common Examples. Feather Duster Worms. Common Examples. Tube Worms. Common Examples. Tube Worms. Common Examples. Leeches. Rag Worm. How would you like to run

By krikor
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Annelids

Annelids

Annelids. Group members, Aurora, Jake, Julia. Phylum: Annelida. This is mainly segmented worms, such as Earthworms or leeches. Symmetry. Annelids are bilateral, which means it looks the same on both sides of the body. Feeding.

By royal
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Invertebrate Diversity

Invertebrate Diversity

Invertebrate Diversity. Chapter 33. The Ancestors. Protists : Choanoflagellates Colonies formed/ turned into super colonies. Porifera – The Sponges. Porifera – The Sponges. Asymmetrical body plan No tissue layer Sexual reproduction - hemaphroditic Sessile filter feeder

By adler
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The Animal Kingdom- 9 Phyla

The Animal Kingdom- 9 Phyla

The Animal Kingdom- 9 Phyla. Terminology . Symmetry- Divisible into similar halves. Terminology. Asymmetrical- No symmetry. Terminology. Bilateral Symmetry- Divisible in only one plane. Terminology. Radial symmetry- Divisible in more than one plane. Terminology. Dorsal-

By ama
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Worms	!

Worms !

Nic Mazza and Chelsie Kelley present to you Mrs.Helmkamp ……. Worms !. Diversity . There are around 20,000 known species of worms today. Three main types of worms: flatworms, roundworms, and segmented worms. They all perform different functions such as, decomposers and earth workers.

By vidar
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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
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worms

worms

worms. By: Jensine Goudy and Sarah Easterday. Flatworms. Phylum name: Platy helminthes 20,000 species Bilateral symmetry Simplest animals to have 3 tissue layers Complex body structure; enables movement Produce eggs Tapeworms absorb nutrients across their body surface.

By huslu
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Major Animal Phyla Francisci LS.4

Major Animal Phyla Francisci LS.4

Major Animal Phyla Francisci LS.4. Mostly found in oceans Full of pores which water runs through Asymmetrical Stationary: Does not move Spicules act as skeleton by giving sponge structure. Sponges. Sponges. Jelly fishes, corals, sea anemones Made up of tissues

By suzuki
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Animals

Animals

Animals. What does it mean to be an animal?. Multicellular Eukaryotic Ingestive Heterotrophs Lacking cell walls Have a mobile stage in their life cycle. Divisions. Vertebrates – with backbone protecting nerve cord Invertebrates (lacking backbones) make up 95% of all animals. Porifera.

By meriel
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Classy

Classy

Classy. Invertebrates. Different classes of animals. T. Trimpe 2009 http://sciencespot.net/. Sub-phylum Invertebrates. Invertebrates are animals that do not have backbones. 97 % of the animal kingdom is made up of invertebrates.

By chi
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Invertebrates

Invertebrates

Invertebrates. By : Trey, Abbi , Sydney . S ponges. Sponges live in the ocean and in streams. Sponges is the simplest kind of invertebrates meaning they have no brain. There special body part is there outer covering. Segmented Worms.

By mahola
(170 views)

Kingdom Animalia

Kingdom Animalia

Kingdom Animalia. Characteristics. Some eat plants, some eat animals, and some eat both. Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores Digest their own food Move from place to place to find food, mates, places to live, and to escape enemies. Multi-cellular Eukaryotic 9 major groups ( Phylums )

By fahim
(139 views)

The Worms

The Worms

The Worms. The Worms. Phylum Platyhelminthes Phylum Nematoda Phylum Annelida. Characteristics of Worms. Soft-bodied, long, legless Bilateral symmetry Cephalization—having an anterior end with nerve tissue. Phylum Platyhelminthes “the flatworms”. Free-living: planarians

By oya
(269 views)

Adaptations in Animals

Adaptations in Animals

Adaptations in Animals. Sponges. Sponges. Transport and excretion: Diffusion Gas exchange: Respiration Nutrition: Filter feeders Reproduction: Sexual sponges. Cnidarians. Cnidarians. Transport and excretion: Diffusion Respiration: Aerobic respiration

By marcin
(185 views)

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