Classes in Phylum Cnidaria
Scyphozoa, Anthozoa, Hydrozoa
How many layers of tissue do cndarians have?
What do cnidarians use for stinging?
Digestion is __________ in cndiarians
1st phylum to have muscles and nerves?
Coral and Sea Anemone
Which Class has photosynthetic endosymbionts?
Anthozoa, Hydrozoa, Scyphozoa,
Ctenophores have _________ for feeding instead of nematocysts
What is different about ctenophores?
What are the classes of Mollusca?
Mollusca, Annelida, Echinodermata, Vertebrata
clams, scallops, oysters, mollusks
Molluscan animals that lack radula
Molluscan animals that exhibit torsion
Molluscan animals that have 8 overlapping plates and suction to rocks
Mollusca that have cephalization, closed circulatory system?
Closed circulatory system?
Cephalopoda, Annelida, Vertebrata
The flatworms phyla
1st to have bilateral symmetry?
1st to evolve true mesoderm?
Classes of Platyhelimthes?
Tubellaria, Trematoda, Mongenea, Cestoda
Planarians are in this phylum and class
Platyhelminthes , Tubellaria
Have eyespots and flame cells?
The flukes class and phylum
Phylum Platyhelminthes Class Trematoda
Class trematoda, phylum nematomorpha
Class that causes schistosomiasis?
Scolex and protoglottids class?
Ctenophora, Nematoda, Nemertea, Echinodermata
Ascaris and heartworm Phylum?
Horsehair worms phylum
Segmented worms phylum
Have ganglion, circulatory system, nephridia, muscles, true coelom, setae?
Classes of Annelida
Polychaeta, Oligochaeta, Hirudinea, Pogonophora,
Class that has parapodia? What phylum?
Common earthworm class and phylum?
Leech class and phylum
Class that has a posterior sucker?
Ribbon worm phylum?
Simplest phylum with circulatory and vascular system?
Feeds with proboscis?
What phyla has nauplius larvae?
What covers the head and thorax of crstacea?
What are the groups of crustacea?
decapods, isopods, amphipods, copepods, barnacles
What group of crustacean is a lobster?
What group of crustacean is a pillbug?
What group of crustacean is a sand flea?
What group of crustacean are zooplankton?
What phylum is first to evolve flight?
What are the classes of of Hexapoda?
Apterygota, Pterygota, Odontata
What phylum has trachea and spiracles for gas exchange?
Open circulatory system
What phylum has malpighian tubules?
What class are wingless insects (ie. silverfish) in?
What class are winged insects in?
What is the only order of pterygota that cannot fold its wings against its body?
What order are the dragonflies in?
What phylum are spiders, mites, horseshoe crabs, and sea spiders in?
What is the sea spider class?
What is the spider class?
What Phylum has an abdomen and a cephalothorax
What are claws used for grabbing and shredding food called?
Pycogonidia lack specialized __________ and _________ systems.
respiratory and excretory
What class has book lungs for gas exchange?
What phylum are the centipedes and millipedes in?
What phylum has a head and a trunk?
What are the classes of echinodermata?
Echinoidea, Holothuroidea, Asteroidea, Ophiuroidea
What phylum has a water vascular system?
What phylum has calcified internal skeletons formed from mesoderm?
Echinodermata lack ______ systems, have rudimentary _______ systems and poorly developed ________ systems
respiratory, circulatory, nervous
What class has the aristotle's lantern for feeding?
What is the sea urchin and sand dollar class?
What class has calcareous occicles embedded in body wall?
What class is the sea cucumbers?
What class exhibits evisceration?
What is the sea star class?
What class is capable of regeneration with the srap gene?
What class is the brittle stars?
What is the acorn worm phylum?
What phylum has pharyngeal slits for respiratory structure and burrows?
What do all chordates have
Dorsal hollow nerve cord, notochord, post-anal tail
What are the subphyla of chordata?
What groups do the tunicates belong to?
Phylum Chordata Subphylum Urochordata
What phylum includes the most primitive true animal chordates?
Lost nerve cord and notochord in adult form ?
What subphyla are the lancelets?
Persistant notochord in adult chordate subphyla?
What are the classes of the Vertebrata (common names)?
Lampreys, placoderms, sharks, bony fish
Have a vertebral column?
What are the jawless fish?
What are the jawed and heavily armored fish?
Are the placoerms extinct?
Trout, salmon, tuna group
Have a bone internal skeleton
Ancestral form of land animals
Lungfish used ______ as primative lungs
Most basic tetrapod
Have amniote egg, water-tight skin, and kidneys that concentrate urine
Have feathers, light bones
Homeothermy, mammary glands, sweat glands, 4-chambered heart