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Animal Diversity
Birds are able to fly at high speeds d…
Kinetic Skull of Reptiles allows for
What is a Jacobson organ
4 Monophyletic reptilian group are
Highly sensitive sensory organs
Ability for mandible to move separately from the jaw
Olfactory sense organ
Turtles, Archosaurs, squamates and tuataras
Birds are able to fly at high speeds d…
Highly sensitive sensory organs
Kinetic Skull of Reptiles allows for
Ability for mandible to move separately from the jaw
109 terms
Animal Diversity
Animal
General Features of Animals
Eukaryotes
Heterotroph
Metazoa
Eukaryotic... NO Cell Walls... Mobile... Heterotrophs... Multicellular... Di…
Organelles enclosed in membrane
Satisfy needs by eating other organisms
Animal
Metazoa
General Features of Animals
Eukaryotic... NO Cell Walls... Mobile... Heterotrophs... Multicellular... Di…
43 terms
Chapter 32 Animal Diversity
cleavage
blastula
gastrulation
gastrula
A succession of mitotic divisions without cell growth between…
Stage where embryo is a hollow ball of cells
When layers of embryonic tissue that will develop into body p…
Stage where one end of the embryo has folded inward, forming…
cleavage
A succession of mitotic divisions without cell growth between…
blastula
Stage where embryo is a hollow ball of cells
ANIMAL DIVERSITY
fish
amphibians
reptiles
birds
ectothermic, lives in water, fins
ectothermic, water then land
ectothermic, scales, lays eggs
endothermic, feathers, lays eggs
fish
ectothermic, lives in water, fins
amphibians
ectothermic, water then land
304 terms
Animal Diversity
Asconoid sponges
Syconoid sponges
Leuconoid sponges
Archaeocyaths
They are sponges from the lower cambrian. They have been exti…
Asconoid sponges
Syconoid sponges
animal diversity
hibernate
graze
migrate
habitat
to spend part of the winter sleeping.
to eat the growing grass.
to move from one place to another.
the place where an animal or plant naturally lives and grows.
hibernate
to spend part of the winter sleeping.
graze
to eat the growing grass.
150 terms
Animal Diversity
phenotypic plasticity
species
allopatric speciation
allopatric speciation
ability of an organism to produce different phenotypes from t…
group of organisms that can potentially reproduce in nature t…
How does diversification occur?
the formation of two species from an ancestral species when t…
phenotypic plasticity
ability of an organism to produce different phenotypes from t…
species
group of organisms that can potentially reproduce in nature t…
31 terms
Animal Diversity
Echinodermata
Crinoids
Porifera
Anthozoan
Phylum
Subgroup
Phylum
Subgroup
Echinodermata
Phylum
Crinoids
Subgroup
21 terms
Animal Diversity
vertebrates
fish
amphibians
reptiles
Animals with backbones
Live in water, are covered in scales, and have gills to allow…
Live part of their lives in water and part on land
Snakes, turtles, alligators, and lizards are part of this gro…
vertebrates
Animals with backbones
fish
Live in water, are covered in scales, and have gills to allow…
47 terms
Animal Diversity
Character traits
Comparative morphology
Universal tissue layers
diploblasts
multicellular; heterotrophs; move under their own power at so…
Basic architecture of animal body has been conserved through…
All animals have tissues and epithelium (skin); from there th…
animals whose embryos have 2 types of tissues of germ layers:…
Character traits
multicellular; heterotrophs; move under their own power at so…
Comparative morphology
Basic architecture of animal body has been conserved through…
25 terms
ANIMAL DIVERSITY
Tissue Type: Connective... Cell Type: Ela…
Tissue Type: Connective... Cell Type: Hya…
Tissue Type: Connective... Cell Type: Bone
Tissue Type: Connective... Cell Type: Adi…
400x
400x
100x
400x
Tissue Type: Connective... Cell Type: Ela…
400x
Tissue Type: Connective... Cell Type: Hya…
400x
61 terms
animal diversity
molluscs
Mollusca: aplacophora
Mollusca: polyplacophora
Mollusca: monoplacophora
A soft-bodied animal characterized by a muscular foot, mantle…
This class of mollusks doesn't have a shell, lacks a head, fo…
Chitons
"one shell bearing"; ancient deep-sea gastropod looking mollu…
molluscs
A soft-bodied animal characterized by a muscular foot, mantle…
Mollusca: aplacophora
This class of mollusks doesn't have a shell, lacks a head, fo…
33 terms
Animal Diversity
vertebrate
invertebrate
radial
bilateral
an animal with a backbone
an animal with no backbone
type of symmetry seen in starfish
type of symmetry seen in animals with heads
vertebrate
an animal with a backbone
invertebrate
an animal with no backbone
18 terms
animal diversity
all animals
porifera
cnidaria
platyhelminthes
lack cell walls... multicellular... heterotrophic
sponges... lack true tissues
corals, hydras, anemone, jellyfish... diploplastic
flatworms
all animals
lack cell walls... multicellular... heterotrophic
porifera
sponges... lack true tissues
Animal Diversity Chapter 1
asymmetry
bilateral symmetry
invertebrate
radial symmetry
body organization that... cannot be divided into any two... parts t…
body organization that can be divided... into two parts that are…
animal that does not... have a backbone
body organization... that can be divided into two parts... that are…
asymmetry
body organization that... cannot be divided into any two... parts t…
bilateral symmetry
body organization that can be divided... into two parts that are…
18 terms
animal diversity
all animals
porifera
cnidaria
platyhelminthes
lack cell walls... multicellular... heterotrophic
sponges... lack true tissues
corals, hydras, anemone, jellyfish... diploplastic
flatworms
all animals
lack cell walls... multicellular... heterotrophic
porifera
sponges... lack true tissues
42 terms
Animal Diversity
What are the 5 general characteristics…
What species is still considered any a…
How many species of sponges are there?
Are there any freshwater sponges?
1. Ingest their food (heterotrophic)... 2. Lack cell walls ... 3. M…
Sponges
7000
Yes, but most are marine
What are the 5 general characteristics…
1. Ingest their food (heterotrophic)... 2. Lack cell walls ... 3. M…
What species is still considered any a…
Sponges
29 terms
Chapter 23 Animal Diversity
derived characters
invertebrates
hox gene
vertebrates
all animals share a unique set of _____________
more than 95% of all animal species are _________________
mutation leads to the development of a body structure in the…
have an internal segmented backbone
derived characters
all animals share a unique set of _____________
invertebrates
more than 95% of all animal species are _________________
57 terms
Biology Animal Diversity Labs
Hydrozoa, Cnidaria
Scyphozoa, Cnidaria
Hydrozoa, Cnidaria
Anthozoa, Cnidaria
Hydra
Aurelia
Obelia
Sea anemone
Hydrozoa, Cnidaria
Hydra
Scyphozoa, Cnidaria
Aurelia
126 terms
Animal Diversity
Asconoid sponges
Syconoid sponges
Leuconoid sponges
Archaeocyaths
They are sponges from the lower cambrian. They have been exti…
Asconoid sponges
Syconoid sponges
17 terms
Animal Diversity
Species
Survival of the fittest
Speciation
Competition
A group of organisms that can interbreed to produce fertile o…
Organisms that have the bes genes survive and pass them on to…
Small genetic changes build up over generations to become muc…
There will always be more individuals produced than there are…
Species
A group of organisms that can interbreed to produce fertile o…
Survival of the fittest
Organisms that have the bes genes survive and pass them on to…
38 terms
Animal Diversity
Invertebrates
Taxonomy
Classification of Taxonomy (lowest to…
Bilateral symmetry
- Animals with no backbone... - Highly diverse and abundant... - 98…
The process of classifying organisms into a logical place in…
- Invertebrates (lower) or vertebrates (higher)... - Possession…
Have two equal halves
Invertebrates
- Animals with no backbone... - Highly diverse and abundant... - 98…
Taxonomy
The process of classifying organisms into a logical place in…
animal diversity
tissue
organ
system
Vertebrate
A group of similar cells that work at the same jobs.
A group of tissues that work together to do a certain job.
A group of organs that work together to carry on life functio…
An animal that does have a backbone
tissue
A group of similar cells that work at the same jobs.
organ
A group of tissues that work together to do a certain job.
Animal Diversity
tissue
organ
system
vertebrate
a group of similar cells that work together at the same job
a group of tissue that work together to do a certain job
a group of organs that work together to carry on life functions
an animal that has a backbone
tissue
a group of similar cells that work together at the same job
organ
a group of tissue that work together to do a certain job
7 terms
Animal Diversity
Phylum Porifera
Porifera cell types
3 Major Sponge Classes
Class Demospongiae
Sponges... Differentiated cells with no true tissues. ... Have a la…
Pinacocytes: thin flat cells that cover exterior and some int…
Class Demospongiae... Class Calcarea... Class Hexatinellida
Have skeletons made of a protein fiber called sponges. Used a…
Phylum Porifera
Sponges... Differentiated cells with no true tissues. ... Have a la…
Porifera cell types
Pinacocytes: thin flat cells that cover exterior and some int…
31 terms
Animal Diversity
Echinodermata
Crinoids
Porifera
Anthozoan
Phylum
Subgroup
Phylum
Subgroup
Echinodermata
Phylum
Crinoids
Subgroup
53 terms
Animal Diversity
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Nematoda
phylum... sponges... incomplete digestive system... two cell layers... ac…
phylum... jellyfish, hydra, sea anemones and corals... radial symme…
phylum... flat worms (tapeworms, liver flukes, and planarians)... b…
phylum... round worms... pseudo coelomate... complete digestive system
Porifera
phylum... sponges... incomplete digestive system... two cell layers... ac…
Cnidaria
phylum... jellyfish, hydra, sea anemones and corals... radial symme…
353 terms
Animal Diversity
Synapomorphy
monoecious
multicellularity
why are sponges animals?
a character that defines a group, which no other groups have
sexual reproduction when the male and female sex cells are in…
evolved independently in plants, fungi and metazoa
multicellular, heterotrophs, no cell walls, dimorphic alleles
Synapomorphy
a character that defines a group, which no other groups have
monoecious
sexual reproduction when the male and female sex cells are in…
Animal Diversity
Key Characteristics (Distinguishing Ch…
1) Nutritional Mode
2) Cell Structure + Specialization
2) Cell Structure + Specialization ... --…
1) Nutritional Mode... 2) Cell Structure and specialization... 3) R…
Ingestive heterotrophs --> need other organisms to get organi…
no cell walls... collagen - part of ECM for support of cells... spe…
responsible for moving body
Key Characteristics (Distinguishing Ch…
1) Nutritional Mode... 2) Cell Structure and specialization... 3) R…
1) Nutritional Mode
Ingestive heterotrophs --> need other organisms to get organi…
96 terms
Animal diversity
Unikonts
Bikonts
Paraphyletic
Alveolates
1 flagellum
2 flagellum
Group of organisms descended from a common evolutionary ances…
Cause red tides due to massive dinoflagellate blooms
Unikonts
1 flagellum
Bikonts
2 flagellum
68 terms
animal diversity
scolex
proglottids
eye spots (planarians)
digestive organ (planarians)
suckers and hooks (head) of Taenia tapeworm
body of Taenia tapeworm
eye looking things
body of planarian
scolex
suckers and hooks (head) of Taenia tapeworm
proglottids
body of Taenia tapeworm
Animal Diversity
tissue
organ
system
vertebrate
A group of similar cells
A group of tissues that work together
A group of organ that work together to carry
An animal that has a backbone
tissue
A group of similar cells
organ
A group of tissues that work together
Animal diversity
tissue
organ
system
vertebrate
a group of similar cells that work together at the same time
A group of tissues that work together to do a certain
a group of organs that work together to carry on life functio…
a animal that has a backbone
tissue
a group of similar cells that work together at the same time
organ
A group of tissues that work together to do a certain
animal diversity
tissue
organ
system
vertebrate
A group of cells that work together at the same job
a group of tissues that work together to do a certain job.
a group of organs that work together to carry on life functions
a animal who has a spine
tissue
A group of cells that work together at the same job
organ
a group of tissues that work together to do a certain job.
21 terms
Animal Diversity
Cell Structure and Specialization
characteristics are shared by all ... ani…
Reproduction and Development
Zygote undergoes cleavage
Multicellular, but lack structural support of cell ... walls Pro…
multicellular, heterotrophic ... eukaryotes with tissues that de…
Most animals reproduce sexually and diploid stage ... dominates…
succession of ... mitotic cell divisions without cell growth bet…
Cell Structure and Specialization
Multicellular, but lack structural support of cell ... walls Pro…
characteristics are shared by all ... ani…
multicellular, heterotrophic ... eukaryotes with tissues that de…
33 terms
Animal Diversity
acoelomate
diploblastic
parazoans
protists
A solid-bodied animal lacking a cavity between the gut and ou…
2 tissue layers
organisms without true tissues (sponges)
A eukaryotic organism that cannot be classified as an animal,…
acoelomate
A solid-bodied animal lacking a cavity between the gut and ou…
diploblastic
2 tissue layers
Animal Diversity
Heterotrophs
Autotrophs
Fungi
Animals
Animals are heterotrophs
Plants are autotrophs
Can be heterotrophs, saprobes, parasites, or symbionts... -They…
-Lack cell walls, so they contain abundant structural protein…
Heterotrophs
Animals are heterotrophs
Autotrophs
Plants are autotrophs
80 terms
ANIMAL DIVERSITY
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
`Standard Metabolic Rate (SMR)
Torpor
Hibernation
The minimum metabolic rate of a non-growing endotherm that is…
The metabolic rate of a fasting, nonstressed ectotherm at res…
A physiological state of decreased activity and metabolism, i…
Long term Torpor that is an adaption to winter cold and food…
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
The minimum metabolic rate of a non-growing endotherm that is…
`Standard Metabolic Rate (SMR)
The metabolic rate of a fasting, nonstressed ectotherm at res…
25 terms
Animal Diversity
Diploblastic
Triploblastic
Radial Symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
An organism whose body is made of only two cell layers, the e…
Species with three germ layers: the ectoderm, endoderm, and m…
An organism possesses ___ symmetry if it can be cut into two…
Line symmetry; the quality of being divisible into halves tha…
Diploblastic
An organism whose body is made of only two cell layers, the e…
Triploblastic
Species with three germ layers: the ectoderm, endoderm, and m…
Animal Diversity
Bilateral symmetry
Radial symmetry
Vertebrate
Mammal
arrangement of an organism or part of an organism along a cen…
body plan in which body parts radiate from the center of the…
an animal with a skull and backbone (fish, amphibians, reptil…
an animal with fur, mammary glands, and special inner ear bones
Bilateral symmetry
arrangement of an organism or part of an organism along a cen…
Radial symmetry
body plan in which body parts radiate from the center of the…
23 terms
Animal diversity
amphibians
reptiles
mammals
birds
Cold blooded vertebrates who lay eggs in water;... have gills wh…
Cold blooded vertebrates with lungs; scales cover their body,…
Warm blooded vertebrates with lungs. Most have babies that ar…
Warm blooded vertebrates with lungs; have feathers; have a be…
amphibians
Cold blooded vertebrates who lay eggs in water;... have gills wh…
reptiles
Cold blooded vertebrates with lungs; scales cover their body,…
12 terms
Animal Diversity
Animal Embryos
Diploblast
Triploblast
Ectoderm
- Blastula (single layer) ... - Gastrula (gastrulation, single l…
derived from 2 embryonic cell layers (ectoderm and endoderm)…
derived from 3 embryonic cell layers ( ectoderm, endoderm, me…
skin and nervous system
Animal Embryos
- Blastula (single layer) ... - Gastrula (gastrulation, single l…
Diploblast
derived from 2 embryonic cell layers (ectoderm and endoderm)…
13 terms
Animal diversity
Animal derived traits
traits
traits
traits
1.multicellular ingesting heterotrophs- compared to plants an…
2. unique tissues
3. lack cell wall instead cellular matrix- collogen/ proteogl…
4. intercellular junction... a. tight junction- suture junction…
Animal derived traits
1.multicellular ingesting heterotrophs- compared to plants an…
traits
2. unique tissues
Animal Diversity
What Is An Animal?
Embryos show gastrula stage
Explanations for Animal Diversity
Radial Symmetry
-Multicellular (lacks cell walls)... -Heterotrophs (obtain carbo…
Deuterostomes: Blastopore located at anus... Protostome: Blastop…
Developmental Tool Kit... a.) Tissue Layers... b.) Bilateral Symmet…
What Is An Animal?
-Multicellular (lacks cell walls)... -Heterotrophs (obtain carbo…
Embryos show gastrula stage
Deuterostomes: Blastopore located at anus... Protostome: Blastop…
Animal Diversity
phenotypic plasticity
species
allopatric speciation
allopatric speciation
ability of an organism to produce different phenotypes from t…
group of organisms that can potentially reproduce in nature t…
How does diversification occur?
the formation of two species from an ancestral species when t…
phenotypic plasticity
ability of an organism to produce different phenotypes from t…
species
group of organisms that can potentially reproduce in nature t…
Animal Diversity
tissue
organ
system
vertebrate
tissue
organ
Animal Diversity
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
family
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Animal Diversity
tissue
organ
system
vertebrate
A group of similar cells that work together at the same job.
a group of tissues that work together to do a certain job.
A group of organs that work together to carry on life futions .
a animal that has a backbone
tissue
A group of similar cells that work together at the same job.
organ
a group of tissues that work together to do a certain job.
animal diversity
tissue
organ
system
vertebrate
a group of similar cells that work to gather at the same job.
a group of tissue that work together to do the same job.
a group of organs that work together to carry on life functio…
a animal that has a backbone.
tissue
a group of similar cells that work to gather at the same job.
organ
a group of tissue that work together to do the same job.
animal diversity
diversity
species richness
species abundance
animal phyla
species richness and species abundance
a measure of how many different kinds of species are present
a measure of how many individuals of each species we see
animals have been classified into 33-36 different phyla
diversity
species richness and species abundance
species richness
a measure of how many different kinds of species are present
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