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Biology: Animalia
What are the characteristics of Animals?
What group makes up 95% of all animals?
What are Invertebrates?
What are Vertebrates?
Eukaryotic, Heterotrophic, Multicellular, Motile, and no cell…
Invertebrates
Animals without a backbone or spinal column
Animals that have a backbone
What are the characteristics of Animals?
Eukaryotic, Heterotrophic, Multicellular, Motile, and no cell…
What group makes up 95% of all animals?
Invertebrates
9 terms
Biology Animalia
Porifera
Platyhelminthes
Chordata
Cnidaria
sponges
Soft looking structures that lack a backbone.
What we know as animals
Jellyfish, sea anemone (stinging cell)
Porifera
sponges
Platyhelminthes
Soft looking structures that lack a backbone.
26 terms
Biology animalia
Inverterbrates
Verterbrates
Diploid
Protistan
Animals without a backbone; 97% of all animals
Animals with a backbone; 3% of all animals
Typically a diploid adult stage in a life cycle
More that 30 phyla are believed to have evolved from protista…
Inverterbrates
Animals without a backbone; 97% of all animals
Verterbrates
Animals with a backbone; 3% of all animals
37 terms
Biology- Animalia
Kingdom Animalia
Protostomes
Deuterosomes
Sponges/Porifera
monophyletic group; eukaryotic, multicellular, and ingestive…
insects; mouth arises first; have ventral nerve cord, dorsal…
humans; anus forms first; have dorsal nerve cord, ventral hea…
most primitive; loosely organized; no true organs but have co…
Kingdom Animalia
monophyletic group; eukaryotic, multicellular, and ingestive…
Protostomes
insects; mouth arises first; have ventral nerve cord, dorsal…
40 terms
Biology-Animalia
Kingdom animalia
**
Animals are classified by a body plan
Phylum: perifora
Heterotrphic ... Multicellular ... No cell walls-have a protein ext…
All animals have to find food and around 500 million years ag…
Symmetry: has a plane of mirrored structure ... Asymmetry: no sy…
Asymmetric ... 3 cell types ... Filter feeders ... No gut
Kingdom animalia
Heterotrphic ... Multicellular ... No cell walls-have a protein ext…
**
All animals have to find food and around 500 million years ag…
60 terms
biology animalia
internal digestion
collagen
extracellular junctions
tissues
bring organic matter into body and break them down in their i…
bodies of animals binded by extracellular proteins
holding animals cells in place and allowing communication bet…
arrangements of 2 or more types of cells specialized for comm…
internal digestion
bring organic matter into body and break them down in their i…
collagen
bodies of animals binded by extracellular proteins
23 terms
Animalia (Biology)
Key trait that separates sponges from…
Trait that separates cnidarians from s…
Cnidarians body symmetry
Differences between medusa and polyp
sponges have animal cells and they don't do photosynthesis, s…
cnidarians have cells that work together as tissues
radial symmetry
polyp is a stage in a life cycle where the organism is attach…
Key trait that separates sponges from…
sponges have animal cells and they don't do photosynthesis, s…
Trait that separates cnidarians from s…
cnidarians have cells that work together as tissues
49 terms
Biology: Animalia
Invertebrates
Exoskeletons
Endoskeletons
Vertebrates
Animals without backbones
Hard or tough outer coverings that many invertebrates have
Internal skeletons that some invertebrates have
Animals with both and endoskeleton and a backbone
Invertebrates
Animals without backbones
Exoskeletons
Hard or tough outer coverings that many invertebrates have
8 terms
Biology: Animalia
Porifera (sponges)
Cnidaria (jellyfish, sea anemones, hyd…
Platyhelminthes (flatworms)
Nematoda (roundworms)
They have animal cells not plant cells, no photosynthesis, no…
They have cells that work together as tissues. Radial body sy…
First to develop a nervous system, cephalization (having a he…
They are the first psuedocoelomates and the first animal to h…
Porifera (sponges)
They have animal cells not plant cells, no photosynthesis, no…
Cnidaria (jellyfish, sea anemones, hyd…
They have cells that work together as tissues. Radial body sy…
23 terms
Biology Animalia
What key trait separates sponges from…
What trait separates cnidarians form s…
What type of body symmetry do cnidaria…
What is a medusa?
Sponges have animals cells (lack cell was and can perform cel…
Cnidarians have cells that work together as tissues.
Radial symmetry
A free floating cnidarian
What key trait separates sponges from…
Sponges have animals cells (lack cell was and can perform cel…
What trait separates cnidarians form s…
Cnidarians have cells that work together as tissues.
49 terms
Biology: Animalia
Invertebrates
Exoskeletons
Endoskeletons
Vertebrates
Animals without backbones
Hard or tough outer coverings that many invertebrates have
Internal skeletons that some invertebrates have
Animals with both and endoskeleton and a backbone
Invertebrates
Animals without backbones
Exoskeletons
Hard or tough outer coverings that many invertebrates have
37 terms
Biology Unit 2: Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom Animalia
Monophyletic
polyphyletic
paraphyletic
Domain Eukarya... Multi-cellular... Heterotrophic (Consumers, Decom…
taxon is one that includes a group of organisms descended fro…
taxon is composed of unrelated organisms descended from more…
taxon as one that includes the most recent common ancestor, b…
Kingdom Animalia
Domain Eukarya... Multi-cellular... Heterotrophic (Consumers, Decom…
Monophyletic
taxon is one that includes a group of organisms descended fro…
14 terms
Biology Animalia
animalia
dorsal
ventral
anterior
multicelled, eukaryotic heterotroph w/ no cell wall (movement)
back, usually along nerve cord (darker coloring)
underbelly; usually lighter color
front side (head end)
animalia
multicelled, eukaryotic heterotroph w/ no cell wall (movement)
dorsal
back, usually along nerve cord (darker coloring)
20 terms
Biology animalia
Amphibian heart
Reptile heart
Fish heart
Metamorphosis
3 chambered
3 chambered
2 chambered
Complete= 4 stages... Incomplete= 3 stages
Amphibian heart
3 chambered
Reptile heart
3 chambered
48 terms
Biology - Animalia
List the Phylums
Symmetry of Sponge
Movement of Sponge
Sponge form (types of cells)
sponges... cnidaria... flatworms... roundworms... segmented worms ... mollus…
asymmetrical
sessile
2 layers of cells ... do not have tissues or organs ... multicellular
List the Phylums
sponges... cnidaria... flatworms... roundworms... segmented worms ... mollus…
Symmetry of Sponge
asymmetrical
65 terms
Kingdom Animalia Biology
zoology
List of life processes:
movement:
support:
the study of animals
-movement... -support... -protection by body covering ... -circulation…
internal and external
endoskeleton: system of support from the inside ... exoskeleton:…
zoology
the study of animals
List of life processes:
-movement... -support... -protection by body covering ... -circulation…
8 terms
Biology/Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Porifera
Phylum Cnidaria
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Nematoda
sponges
hydra, coral, jellyfish, sea anenomes
tapeworms, flukes, planaria
pinworms, hookworms, nematodes
Phylum Porifera
sponges
Phylum Cnidaria
hydra, coral, jellyfish, sea anenomes
31 terms
Biology Kindom Animalia
What characteristics makes an animal a…
heterotrophy
motility
multicellular
heterotrophy... motility ... multicellular... tissues... diploidy... sexual…
ingestion then digestion... An organism that cannot make its own…
don't like your environment, move to another... Self-movement
higher levels of organization... Made up of more than one cell.
What characteristics makes an animal a…
heterotrophy... motility ... multicellular... tissues... diploidy... sexual…
heterotrophy
ingestion then digestion... An organism that cannot make its own…
32 terms
Biology: Animalia Quiz
Animals are...
What are invertebrates?
What is the ventral nerve cord?
What are protostomes?
heterotrophic, multicellular, ingestive, sexual
They have no backbone and ventral nerve cords.
The ventral nerve cord makes up the nervous system of some ph…
Animalia that develope their digestive system from their mout…
Animals are...
heterotrophic, multicellular, ingestive, sexual
What are invertebrates?
They have no backbone and ventral nerve cords.
84 terms
Biology Lab Animalia 1
Phylum Porifera
Simple, sessile
No tissues, organs, mouths, or digesti…
Filter-feeders; water current brings f…
The phylum that sponges belong to
Characteristics of Porifera (simple/complex, sessile/mobile)
Porifera do have tissues? Organs? Mouths? Digestive cavities?
How do Porifera get food?
Phylum Porifera
The phylum that sponges belong to
Simple, sessile
Characteristics of Porifera (simple/complex, sessile/mobile)
10 terms
Biology - Animalia Phylums
Nematoda
Porifera
Annelid
Cnidaria
>>Symmetry: bilateral-body... >>Skeleton: hydrostatic ... >>Appenda…
>>Symmetry: none... >>Skeleton: spicules or exoskeletions... >>Appe…
>>Symmetry: bilateral... >>Skeleton: hydrostatic ... >>Appendages:…
>>Symmetry: radial... >>Skeleton: hydroskeleton... >>Appendages: pr…
Nematoda
>>Symmetry: bilateral-body... >>Skeleton: hydrostatic ... >>Appenda…
Porifera
>>Symmetry: none... >>Skeleton: spicules or exoskeletions... >>Appe…
Biology Unit 14 - Kingdom Animalia
aboral
acoelomate
anterior
bilateral symmetry
opposite to or away from the mouth
lacking a coelom space, or body cavity
front or upper side
arrangement of body parts so there are distinct left and righ…
aboral
opposite to or away from the mouth
acoelomate
lacking a coelom space, or body cavity
14 terms
Biology: Animalia study guide
Arthropoda
Annelida
Annelida
Mollusca
Diving beetle
Sand worm
Tape worm
Squid
Arthropoda
Diving beetle
Annelida
Sand worm
21 terms
Biology Lab: kingdom animalia
leucon
ascon
sycon
dry sponge
leucon
ascon
14 terms
Biology Classification Animalia
Porifera, Grantia
Cnidaria, Obelia-polyp
Cnidaria, Obelia-medusa
Cnidaria, Hydra
Phylum? Genus?
Phylum? Genus?
Phylum? Genus?
Phylum? Genus? ... General Structure
Porifera, Grantia
Phylum? Genus?
Cnidaria, Obelia-polyp
Phylum? Genus?
13 terms
Animalia (Biology Honors)
Division into taxa
Porifera
Cnidarians
Mollusks
Body symmetry: Asymmetry, Radial, Bilateral... Skeletal system:…
Pored animals
Cells that sting
Have shells
Division into taxa
Body symmetry: Asymmetry, Radial, Bilateral... Skeletal system:…
Porifera
Pored animals
24 terms
Biology Animalia - 6 phyla
Porifera
Cnidaria
Cnidaria
Cnidaria
Sponges
Jellyfish
Coral
Sea Anemone
Porifera
Sponges
Cnidaria
Jellyfish
168 terms
Kingdom Animalia Biology
Phylum Porifera:
Sponges:
List of Sponge Structures:
incurrent pore:
sponges; pore-bearer
-10,000 species... -most salt water, some fresh... -no brain, no ey…
1. incurrent pore... 2. excurrent pore... 3. epidermis... 4. mesenchym…
where water enters the sponge; lots of them
Phylum Porifera:
sponges; pore-bearer
Sponges:
-10,000 species... -most salt water, some fresh... -no brain, no ey…
20 terms
Biology Survey of Kingdoms (Animalia)
Animalia
Asymmetry
Radial symmetry
Bilateral symmetry
One of the kingdoms or organisms. Main traits: Eukaryotic, mu…
lack of symmetry
Sides exhibit correspondance around a central axis
Symmetry on two sides
Animalia
One of the kingdoms or organisms. Main traits: Eukaryotic, mu…
Asymmetry
lack of symmetry
42 terms
Biology I: Kingdom Animalia Vocabulary
cephalization
gastrulation
endoderm
ectoderm
formation of a head end
formation of tissue
inner layer
outer layer
cephalization
formation of a head end
gastrulation
formation of tissue
46 terms
Kingdom Animalia Biology... (in progress)
zoology
List of life processes:
movement:
support:
the study of animals
-movement... -support... -protection by body covering ... -circulation…
internal and external
endoskeleton: system of support from the inside ... exoskeleton:…
zoology
the study of animals
List of life processes:
-movement... -support... -protection by body covering ... -circulation…
26 terms
Biology Kingdom Animalia Vocabulary
specialization
interdependence
germ layer
coelom
The adaptation of a cell or, group of cells, to carry out a s…
The dependence of one type of specialized cell on other types…
A layer of cells in an embryo that will specialize or "differ…
A cavity / space that forms inside the body of an organism.
specialization
The adaptation of a cell or, group of cells, to carry out a s…
interdependence
The dependence of one type of specialized cell on other types…
11 terms
Biology 11 (General Animalia)
Classify levels
6 Kingdoms of life
Multicellular
Heterothrophic
kingdom, phylum, class, order, Family, genus, species
- Archeabacteria = Unicellular, prokaryotic... - Eubacteria = Un…
- Many cells... - Cells work together
- Consume other living things.
Classify levels
kingdom, phylum, class, order, Family, genus, species
6 Kingdoms of life
- Archeabacteria = Unicellular, prokaryotic... - Eubacteria = Un…
46 terms
Biology taxonomy (Animalia)
Rotifera
Echinodermata
Crinoidea
Echinoidea
Domain: Eukarya... Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Rotifera
Domain: Eukarya... Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Echinodermata
sea lilies... Domain: Eukarya... Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Echinode…
sea urchins ... Domain: Eukarya... Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Echino…
Rotifera
Domain: Eukarya... Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Rotifera
Echinodermata
Domain: Eukarya... Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Echinodermata
17 terms
Biology: Kingdom Animalia
kingdom animalia
tissues
epithelial
muscular
The most diverse in appearance; Phyla are defined by body pla…
Groups of cells performing similar functions
tissues that cover surfaces
tissues that contract
kingdom animalia
The most diverse in appearance; Phyla are defined by body pla…
tissues
Groups of cells performing similar functions
26 terms
Biology Kingdom Animalia Vocabulary
specialization
interdependence
germ layer
coelom
The adaptation of a cell or, group of cells, to carry out a s…
The dependence of one type of specialized cell on other types…
A layer of cells in an embryo that will specialize or "differ…
A cavity / space that forms inside the body of an organism.
specialization
The adaptation of a cell or, group of cells, to carry out a s…
interdependence
The dependence of one type of specialized cell on other types…
22 terms
Ketchum Biology Kingdom Animalia
Development
Zygote
Morula
Gastrulation
The process of growth or evolution
A diploid cell resulting from 2 haploid cells; a fertilized egg
A solid ball of cells which results from a division of a fert…
The process of an embryo reaching the stage following the bla…
Development
The process of growth or evolution
Zygote
A diploid cell resulting from 2 haploid cells; a fertilized egg
16 terms
Biology 125: Animalia Morphology
surface area problem
Radial symmetry benefits
Bilateral symmetry benefits
Diploplastic tissue structure
o A uniform shape increases volume more than surface area, so…
good for animals that are sessile because they can easily get…
good for motile organisms; many neurons and sense organs conc…
animals whose embryos have two tissue types:... - Ectoderm: oute…
surface area problem
o A uniform shape increases volume more than surface area, so…
Radial symmetry benefits
good for animals that are sessile because they can easily get…
20 terms
Biology 11 - Kingdom Animalia
Invertabrets
Vertabretes
Animal is a...
Heterotrophic and usually obtain food…
Animal without a backbone
Animals with a backbone
Multicellular, eucrayotic, heterotroph who's cells lack a cel…
Ingestion
Invertabrets
Animal without a backbone
Vertabretes
Animals with a backbone
24 terms
Biology Animalia Terms
Invertebrate
Vertebrate
Protostome
Deuterostome
An animal without a backbone
An animal with a backbone
Mouth formed first
Anus formed first
Invertebrate
An animal without a backbone
Vertebrate
An animal with a backbone
12 terms
Biology: Animalia terms
animal characteristic #1
animal characteristic #2
animal characteristic #3
animal characteristic #4
Multicellular eukaryotic (made of many cells)
sexual reproduction
differentiation of cells( different kinds of cell with differ…
movement (animals move at least one stage of their life)
animal characteristic #1
Multicellular eukaryotic (made of many cells)
animal characteristic #2
sexual reproduction
11 terms
Kingdom Animalia - Biology 11
What is an animal?
Seven essential functions in animals:
Two different kinds of symmetry found…
Phylogeny
- multi-cellular, eukaryotic heterotroph whose cells lack cel…
1) feeding 2) respiration (exchange of gases) 3) internal tra…
1) radial symmetry (like starfish), in simpler animals... 2) bil…
The division of animals based on early development... (protostom…
What is an animal?
- multi-cellular, eukaryotic heterotroph whose cells lack cel…
Seven essential functions in animals:
1) feeding 2) respiration (exchange of gases) 3) internal tra…
29 terms
Animalia Tree Biology 106
Porifera
Cnidaria... (Hydrozoa; Hyra)... (Scyphozoa;…
Platyhelminthes... (Monogenea)... (Trematoda…
Nematoda
(sponges)... - invertebrates... - most primitive (no cellular diffe…
- invertebrates, medusoids (sexual)/polyps (asexual)... - sac wi…
(flatworms)... - invertebrates... - bilateral symmetry... - primitive…
(roundworms)... - invertebrates... - complete digestive tract... - inf…
Porifera
(sponges)... - invertebrates... - most primitive (no cellular diffe…
Cnidaria... (Hydrozoa; Hyra)... (Scyphozoa;…
- invertebrates, medusoids (sexual)/polyps (asexual)... - sac wi…
16 terms
Biology Vocab Animalia
invertebrate
vertebrate
tissue
organ
An animal without a backbone
An animal with a backbone
group of specialized cells
A collection of tissues that carry out a specialized function…
invertebrate
An animal without a backbone
vertebrate
An animal with a backbone
Biology 1100 Kingdom Animalia
What are some characteristics of the K…
What is the common ancestor of the kin…
what is reproduction like in the kingd…
How does the Blastula form
-multicellular... -no cell walls... -heterotrophic nutrition... -nervo…
stationary suspension feeders (similar to chaonoflagellates)
generally asexual, diploid stage is dominant---two sets of ch…
after fertilization the zygote divides (cleavage) to form the…
What are some characteristics of the K…
-multicellular... -no cell walls... -heterotrophic nutrition... -nervo…
What is the common ancestor of the kin…
stationary suspension feeders (similar to chaonoflagellates)
103 terms
Biology Unit 9-Animalia
All animals are
Do not have a _____ therefore they are…
They are _____ cellular with true _____
They are _______ by ingestion
Eukaryotic cells
Cell well, motile
Multi, tissues
Heterotrophic
All animals are
Eukaryotic cells
Do not have a _____ therefore they are…
Cell well, motile
112 terms
General Biology - Overview of Kingdom Animalia
Cephalochordata
urochordata
vertebrata
agnathan
lancets
tunicate
vertebrates
jawless vertebrates
Cephalochordata
lancets
urochordata
tunicate
93 terms
Biology 1002 Kingdom Animalia
Vertebrates
Invertebrates
Animalia
Larvae
Bony Skeletons
No bony skeletons, over a million species
Multicellular ... Heterotrophs (consumers)... Organs of 2 or more t…
Dispensary... Sessile adults have motile larvae... Ex. Caterpillars…
Vertebrates
Bony Skeletons
Invertebrates
No bony skeletons, over a million species
9 terms
(Biology) Phyla of Kingdom Animalia
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Nemotoda
aquatic, sessile, no true tissues
aquatic organisms with stinging cells and radial symmetry
Worms with only a single opening in the digestive track
unsegmented roundworms with mouth and anus
Porifera
aquatic, sessile, no true tissues
Cnidaria
aquatic organisms with stinging cells and radial symmetry
15 terms
Biology Test #3 - Kingdom Animalia
Basics
Organization
Where did animals come from?
Radial Symmetry
All are multicellular and heterotrophs.... Most mobile at some p…
Atom > Molecule > Organelle > Cell > Tissue > Organ
Colonial Flagellate Hypothesis: ... Colony of flagellates form a…
Tend to stay in one place. Reaches out if all directions to g…
Basics
All are multicellular and heterotrophs.... Most mobile at some p…
Organization
Atom > Molecule > Organelle > Cell > Tissue > Organ
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