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32 terms
Animalia Kingdom
exoskeleton
Molluscs
Echinoderm
Sponge
a skeleton on the outside of an organism
soft bodied invertebrate with a thick muscular foot for movem…
sea cucumber; breathe through their tube feet; brittle stars…
simplest invertebrate
exoskeleton
a skeleton on the outside of an organism
Molluscs
soft bodied invertebrate with a thick muscular foot for movem…
23 terms
Kingdom Animalia
phylum porifera
leucosolenia (porifera)
1.) ostium, 2.) radial canal, 3.) apop…
leuconoid sponge
phylum porifera
leucosolenia (porifera)
89 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom Animalia
Evolution of Animals (E.A.)
E.A. 1
E.A. 2
Eukaryotic, multicellular consumers; non-photosynthetic; no c…
5 steps; Early ancestor was probably colonial protist
Aggregate of identical cells
Hollow sphere of unspecialized cells
Kingdom Animalia
Eukaryotic, multicellular consumers; non-photosynthetic; no c…
Evolution of Animals (E.A.)
5 steps; Early ancestor was probably colonial protist
55 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Osculum
Spongocoel
Epidermis
Choanocytes
Water and waste materials are expelled from the sponge throug…
the central cavity of a sponge
an outer layer of cells designed to provide protection
specialized cell in sponges that uses a flagellum to move a s…
Osculum
Water and waste materials are expelled from the sponge throug…
Spongocoel
the central cavity of a sponge
84 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom Animalia
Animals
Radial Symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
...
-All move at some point in their life cycles... -Eukaryotic ... -Mu…
organism can be cut in half many ways and the halves will be…
organism can be cut in half one way to get two equal halves.
Kingdom Animalia
...
Animals
-All move at some point in their life cycles... -Eukaryotic ... -Mu…
22 terms
Kingdom Animalia
What is the simplest of all animals?
Is a paramecium considered an animal?
Bilaterally Symmetrical
Radially Symmetrical
Sponges are the simplest kind of animal
No, paramecium are single celled and therefore part of kingdo…
two distinct halves that mirror each other
can be bisected into multiple planes to yield similar sections
What is the simplest of all animals?
Sponges are the simplest kind of animal
Is a paramecium considered an animal?
No, paramecium are single celled and therefore part of kingdo…
24 terms
Kingdom Animalia
invertebrates
vertebrates
phylum porifera
phylum cnidaria
have exoskeleton or no skeleton
have endoskeleton
sea sponge
jellyfish and coral
invertebrates
have exoskeleton or no skeleton
vertebrates
have endoskeleton
53 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom Animalia
tissues
organs
Phylum Porifera (sponges)
multicellular heterotrophs that lack rigid cell walls
organizations of cells with specific functions
organized tissues with specific functions
characterized by a cellular level of organization
Kingdom Animalia
multicellular heterotrophs that lack rigid cell walls
tissues
organizations of cells with specific functions
22 terms
Kingdom Animalia
What is the simplest of all animals?
Is a paramecium considered an animal?
Bilaterally Symmetrical
Radially Symmetrical
Sponges are the simplest kind of animal
No, paramecium are single celled and therefore part of kingdo…
two distinct halves that mirror each other
can be bisected into multiple planes to yield similar sections
What is the simplest of all animals?
Sponges are the simplest kind of animal
Is a paramecium considered an animal?
No, paramecium are single celled and therefore part of kingdo…
18 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Phylums
Classes of phylum Porifera
Classes of phylum Cnidaria
Classes of phylum Platyhelminthes
Porifera... Cnidaria... Platyhelminthes... Nematoda... Rotifera... Mollusca…
Demospongia... Calcarea
Anthozoa... Hydrozoa... Scyphozoa
Turbellaria... Cestoda... Trematoda
Phylums
Porifera... Cnidaria... Platyhelminthes... Nematoda... Rotifera... Mollusca…
Classes of phylum Porifera
Demospongia... Calcarea
8 terms
kingdom animalia
phylum cnidarian(hydra)
Platyhelminthes planaria
nematoda
mollusca
phylum cnidarian(hydra)
Platyhelminthes planaria
84 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom Animalia
Animals
Radial Symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
...
-All move at some point in their life cycles... -Eukaryotic ... -Mu…
organism can be cut in half many ways and the halves will be…
organism can be cut in half one way to get two equal halves.
Kingdom Animalia
...
Animals
-All move at some point in their life cycles... -Eukaryotic ... -Mu…
16 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum porifera
Phylum Cnidaria
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Rotifera
Aquatic Sponges, no nervous system, capture and filter food (…
Jellyfish, anemones ... Hematocytes capsules that sting and are…
Parasitic flatworms, tapeworms
Small aqyatic Rotifers; contain cilia
Phylum porifera
Aquatic Sponges, no nervous system, capture and filter food (…
Phylum Cnidaria
Jellyfish, anemones ... Hematocytes capsules that sting and are…
10 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Nematoda
Filter feeder... No tissues... Ex: Sponge
Two body forms: ... 1)Medusa: free-floating jellyfish... 2)Polyp: S…
Acoelomate flatworms ... 1)Free-living flatworms: Planarians... 2)F…
Pseudocoelomate Roundworms... Have complete digestive tract... Help…
Porifera
Filter feeder... No tissues... Ex: Sponge
Cnidaria
Two body forms: ... 1)Medusa: free-floating jellyfish... 2)Polyp: S…
14 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Overall Picture
Porifera
Ctenophora
Cnidaria
Sponge
Comb Jellies
Unique feature: cnidocytes ... Sea anemones, corals, jellyfish,…
Overall Picture
Porifera
Sponge
24 terms
Kingdom Animalia
invertebrates
vertebrates
phylum porifera
phylum cnidaria
have exoskeleton or no skeleton
have endoskeleton
sea sponge
jellyfish and coral
invertebrates
have exoskeleton or no skeleton
vertebrates
have endoskeleton
14 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Placozoa
Phylum Porifera
Phylum Ctenophora
1. Contractile muscles... 2. Signal conducting nerve cells... 3. Se…
~Simplest multicellular animal... ~Found adhering to and crawlin…
~The sponges... ~"Porifera"=pores or holes... ~Water enters through…
~Comb jellies... ~90 species... ~All marine... ~Mostly planktonic ... ~Ra…
Kingdom Animalia
1. Contractile muscles... 2. Signal conducting nerve cells... 3. Se…
Phylum Placozoa
~Simplest multicellular animal... ~Found adhering to and crawlin…
36 terms
kingdom animalia
porifera
cnidaria
cnidaria: anthozoa
cnidaria: medusozoa
no true tissues... sessile suspension feeders... diploblastic... totip…
SDC: cnidocytes=stinging cells used to capture prey... 1) polyp…
no medusa, only polyps; EX: corals, zooxanthellae
medusa stage dominant, poison is painful... exception: portugese…
porifera
no true tissues... sessile suspension feeders... diploblastic... totip…
cnidaria
SDC: cnidocytes=stinging cells used to capture prey... 1) polyp…
52 terms
Kingdom Animalia
unique to animals
neurons
synapse
neuron structure
-collagen: extracellular protein that joins cells ... -neurons:…
transmit signals electrically along their membrane and chemic…
Location at which a neuron can transfer an impulse to another…
unique to animals
-collagen: extracellular protein that joins cells ... -neurons:…
neurons
transmit signals electrically along their membrane and chemic…
67 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Arthropoda
Class Arachnida
Class Echinoidea
Class Asteroidea
tough organic skeleton, sometimes calcified, various jointed…
four pairs of legs and two pairs of anterior appendages that…
body nearly spherical, rigid, and usually bearing long spines…
body star shaped, short spines, oral opening is ventrally loc…
Phylum Arthropoda
tough organic skeleton, sometimes calcified, various jointed…
Class Arachnida
four pairs of legs and two pairs of anterior appendages that…
15 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Class Calcarea (Phylum Porifera)
Class Hexactinellida (Phylum Porifera)
Class Demospongiae (Phylum Porifera)
Phylum Porifera
porous with internal skeleton of spongin or spicules
glass sponges, long delicate
horny true sponge
Under Kindgom Animalia,... Above Class Calcarea, Class Hexactine…
Class Calcarea (Phylum Porifera)
porous with internal skeleton of spongin or spicules
Class Hexactinellida (Phylum Porifera)
glass sponges, long delicate
6 terms
Kingdom ANIMALIA
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Annelida
sponges... - no symmetry... - internal spicules... - lack organs... - aqu…
hydras, jellyfish, corals, sea anemones... - radial symmetry... - s…
flatworms, flukes, tapeworms... - soft... - no skeleton... - unsegment…
marine bristleworms, oliochaetes, leeches... - internal cavity w…
Porifera
sponges... - no symmetry... - internal spicules... - lack organs... - aqu…
Cnidaria
hydras, jellyfish, corals, sea anemones... - radial symmetry... - s…
49 terms
Kingdom Animalia
What are the characteristics of animals?
cleavage
determinate cleavage
indeterminate cleavage
motility,multicellularity,heterotrophic
early embryonic cell division
(fruit flies) developmental fate is determined very early
(humans) developmental fate is not predetermined
What are the characteristics of animals?
motility,multicellularity,heterotrophic
cleavage
early embryonic cell division
24 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Porifera
Phylum Cnidaria
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Nematoda
sponges
Hydra, jellyfish, sea anemone, coral
flatworms (Planaria, fluke, tapeworm)
(unsegmented roundworms) Vinegar eels, Ascaris
Phylum Porifera
sponges
Phylum Cnidaria
Hydra, jellyfish, sea anemone, coral
13 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Characteristics of Animals
Development of Animals
Gastrula (2 cell layers)
Mesoderm
Multicellular, heterotrophic, wither vertebrate or invertebra…
single cell> 2 cell > 4 cell > 8 cell > ... Blastula > gastrula…
Ectoderm- outer layer... Endoderm - inner layer
The 3rd layer formed in the developing embryo
Characteristics of Animals
Multicellular, heterotrophic, wither vertebrate or invertebra…
Development of Animals
single cell> 2 cell > 4 cell > 8 cell > ... Blastula > gastrula…
39 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Euspongia
Phagocytes
Leucon type (water canal system)
Ascon Type (water canal system)
Bath sponge.... Has only spongin skeleton (spicules absent)
Cells present in Porifera that collect food from choanocytes…
Ingressing water.... | Dermal Ostia.... In-current canals.... | Pros…
Ingressing water --> Ostia --> Spongocoel --> Osculum
Euspongia
Bath sponge.... Has only spongin skeleton (spicules absent)
Phagocytes
Cells present in Porifera that collect food from choanocytes…
23 terms
kingdom animalia
grantia
hydra
obelia
planaria
phylum Porifera
phylum cnidaria
phylum cnidaria
phylum platyhelmines
grantia
phylum Porifera
hydra
phylum cnidaria
17 terms
KINGDOM ANIMALIA
PHYLUM PORIFERA
PHYLUM CNIDARIA
PHYLUM CTENOPHORA
PHYLUM PLATYHELMINTES
A.K.A.: sponges... Skeleton: invertebrate; spongin or spicules... M…
A.K.A.: hydra, stinging jellyfish, coral, anemones... Skeleton:…
A.K.A.: comb jelly... Skeleton: invertebrate... Method of Fertiliza…
A.K.A.: flatworms... Skeleton: invertebrate... Method of Fertilizat…
PHYLUM PORIFERA
A.K.A.: sponges... Skeleton: invertebrate; spongin or spicules... M…
PHYLUM CNIDARIA
A.K.A.: hydra, stinging jellyfish, coral, anemones... Skeleton:…
12 terms
kingdom animalia
common traits(list them):
body parts:
habitat
nocturnal
vertebrates/invertebrates, Eukaryotic, Multicelluar, heteratr…
body cavity, body symmetry
the natural environment of an organism ,with suitable food, s…
active at night
common traits(list them):
vertebrates/invertebrates, Eukaryotic, Multicelluar, heteratr…
body parts:
body cavity, body symmetry
39 terms
Kingdom Animalia
sponge spicules
spongia
euplectella aspergillum
obelia (medusa)
phylum: Porifera
phylum: Porifera
phylum: Cnidaria
sponge spicules
spongia
phylum: Porifera
23 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Porifera
Class Calcarea
Class Hexactinellida
Class Demospongiae
sponges... -Class Calcarea... -Class Hexactinellida... -Class Demospon…
calcium carbonate spicules in 3/4 rayed stars... marine... *Grantia
silica spicules in 6 rayed stars... deep marine waters... *Venus fl…
silica spicules... marine & freshwater... *bath sponges
Phylum Porifera
sponges... -Class Calcarea... -Class Hexactinellida... -Class Demospon…
Class Calcarea
calcium carbonate spicules in 3/4 rayed stars... marine... *Grantia
9 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Heterotrophs
Multicellular
Blastula
Intervertebrates
An organism that cannot make its own food
Made up of many cells
A hollow ball of cells formed by cell divisions of a zygote
Animals who don't have a backbone
Heterotrophs
An organism that cannot make its own food
Multicellular
Made up of many cells
15 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Kingdom Animalia
Classification
Invertebrate
Vertebrate
-multicellular eukaryotes... -heterotrophic... -mobile (two excepti…
-based on differences in structure, tissues and organ systems…
-animal without a backbone
-animal with an internal skeleton and a backbone
Kingdom Animalia
-multicellular eukaryotes... -heterotrophic... -mobile (two excepti…
Classification
-based on differences in structure, tissues and organ systems…
23 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Hemoglobin
metamorphosis
capillary
electrical field sensor
protein that gives red blood cells their color
sea squirts, lampreys and amphibians have this in common
thinest vessel for exchange of nutrients and waste
most sensitive means of detecting prey
Hemoglobin
protein that gives red blood cells their color
metamorphosis
sea squirts, lampreys and amphibians have this in common
86 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Sea Star Embryo Development... Egg
Sea Star Embryo Development... Morula
Sea Star Embryo Development... Blastula
Sea Star Embryo Development... Gastrula
Sea Star Embryo Development... Egg
Sea Star Embryo Development... Morula
9 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Phylum Echinodermata
Arthopoda/Insecta
Arthopoda/Crustacea
fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, humans
sea stars, sand dollars, sea cucumbers, urchins
butterflies, bees, beetles
Crabs, crayfish, lobsters
Phylum Chordata
fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, humans
Phylum Echinodermata
sea stars, sand dollars, sea cucumbers, urchins
22 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Heterotrophs
Multicellular
Homeostasis
Diploid
All animals are...
All animals are...
The process by which organisms maintain a stable internal env…
Organisms that have 2 copies of each chromosome
Heterotrophs
All animals are...
Multicellular
All animals are...
31 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Porifera
invertebrates
Cnidaria
nematocysts
Sponge Phylum, "pore-bearer"
Animals that do not have a backbone)
"stinging creatures", Jellyfish, hydras, Sea Anemone
Most common type of Cnidae found within the cnidocytes, harpo…
Porifera
Sponge Phylum, "pore-bearer"
invertebrates
Animals that do not have a backbone)
47 terms
Kingdom Animalia
kingdom animalia
gastrulation
endoderm
mesoderm
no cell walls... multicellular... sexual reproduction... mobile, heter…
germ layer development
inner: digestive, liver, lungs
middle: muscle + organs
kingdom animalia
no cell walls... multicellular... sexual reproduction... mobile, heter…
gastrulation
germ layer development
11 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Subkingdom Parazoa
Phylum Porifera
Subkingdom Eumetazoa
Phylum Cnidaria
- No organs
- Means "pore-bearing"... - Sac body plan... - Asymmetrical body sy…
- Has organs
- Means "stinging cells"... - Sac body plan... - Radial body asymme…
Subkingdom Parazoa
- No organs
Phylum Porifera
- Means "pore-bearing"... - Sac body plan... - Asymmetrical body sy…
93 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Classification of an Earthworm
Porifera has how many layers of tissue?
Cnidaria has how many layers of tissue?
Platylheminthes has how many layers of…
Domain - Eukarya... Kingdom - Animalia... Phylum - Annelida... Class -…
Zero
Two/Three
Two/Three
Classification of an Earthworm
Domain - Eukarya... Kingdom - Animalia... Phylum - Annelida... Class -…
Porifera has how many layers of tissue?
Zero
22 terms
Kingdom animalia
Invertebrate
Vertebrate
4 characteristics of animals
Phylogeny
No backbone
Backbone
1. Multicellular... 2. Eukaryotic... 3. Herterotrophic... 4. Have no c…
The division of animals based on early development
Invertebrate
No backbone
Vertebrate
Backbone
10 terms
Kingdom Animalia
What is an animal?
Levels of organization
Radial symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
heterotroph, multicellular, eukaryotic, no cell walls, motile…
cells, tissue, organ, organ system, organisms
equal sides in all directions. Usually found in simple organi…
equal in one direction; "mirror image"
What is an animal?
heterotroph, multicellular, eukaryotic, no cell walls, motile…
Levels of organization
cells, tissue, organ, organ system, organisms
23 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Planaria
Hydra
Hydra cross section
Obelia hydroids
Planaria
Hydra
8 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Animal Kingdom
heterotrophs
locomotion
invertebrates
largest kingdom on the planet with the most diversity
all animals must eat food
ability to move, almost all animals have the ability to move
animal with no backbone
Animal Kingdom
largest kingdom on the planet with the most diversity
heterotrophs
all animals must eat food
31 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Bilateral Body Symmetry
Radial Body Symmetry
Asymmetry / No body Symmetry
Kingdom Animalia
There is only one way to divide the object to get mirror imag…
There are many ways to divide the object in order to get mirr…
There is no way to divide the object in order to get mirror i…
Characteristics:... - Eukaryotic... - Multi-cellular... - Heterotrophic
Bilateral Body Symmetry
There is only one way to divide the object to get mirror imag…
Radial Body Symmetry
There are many ways to divide the object in order to get mirr…
50 terms
Kingdom Animalia
eukaryotes, multicellular, heterotrophic
cell walls
yes
nerve tissue and muscle tissue
All members of Kingdom Animalia are... (3 things)
Animals lack... (pertaining to cells)
Do most animals move?
Motion is cause by the relationship between what 2 things
eukaryotes, multicellular, heterotrophic
All members of Kingdom Animalia are... (3 things)
cell walls
Animals lack... (pertaining to cells)
28 terms
Kingdom Animalia
animal belong to the domain
type of cell wall?
metamerism
metamerism occur primarily in
eukarya
animals lack cell walls
segmentation, serial repetition of similar body parts
annelids arthropods and chordates
animal belong to the domain
eukarya
type of cell wall?
animals lack cell walls
9 terms
Kingdom Animalia
Cnidaria
Porifera
Platyhelminthes
Annelida
All are radially symmetric; have cnidocytes
No true tissue layers
Three tissue layers, no body cavity
Segmented worms; closed circulatory system
Cnidaria
All are radially symmetric; have cnidocytes
Porifera
No true tissue layers
88 terms
Kingdom Animalia
what is an example in phylum porifera
what are the three body types of sponges
grantia
spongocel
sponges
ascon, leucon, sycon
what is an example in phylum porifera
sponges
what are the three body types of sponges
ascon, leucon, sycon
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