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22 terms
Biology animals
Tissues or organs, body symmetry, Ceph…
Vertebrates
Invertebrates
Filter feeders,detritivores, carnivore…
five characteristics all animal share
Have backbones
Do not backbones
Four types of feeding
Tissues or organs, body symmetry, Ceph…
five characteristics all animal share
Vertebrates
Have backbones
20 terms
Biology: Animals
Bale
Band
Cast
Clutch
Turtles
Gorillas
Hawks
Chickens
Bale
Turtles
Band
Gorillas
11 terms
Biology Animals
Sponge
Sea Anemone, brain coral, red jellyfish
Flatworms
Roundworms
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Nematoda
Sponge
Porifera
Sea Anemone, brain coral, red jellyfish
Cnidaria
16 terms
Biology Animals
grizzly bear
dog
cat
lion
ursus arctos horribilis
canis familiaris
felis catus
panthera leo
grizzly bear
ursus arctos horribilis
dog
canis familiaris
15 terms
Biology: Animals
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes - Flatworms
Nematoda - Roundworms
Simplest of animals Example: Sponges... No real symmetry or dige…
Examples: Jellyfish, Sea Anemones, Hydras Most have radial sy…
First organism to show separated digestive system (primitive)…
First organisms to show a primitive digestive system... Contain…
Porifera
Simplest of animals Example: Sponges... No real symmetry or dige…
Cnidaria
Examples: Jellyfish, Sea Anemones, Hydras Most have radial sy…
62 terms
Biology - Animals
Eukaryotic
Multicellular
Cell walls
Heterotrophic
Animals are _ (pro/eukaryotic)
Animals are _ (uni/multicellular)
Animals lack _
Animals are _ (hetero/autotrophic)
Eukaryotic
Animals are _ (pro/eukaryotic)
Multicellular
Animals are _ (uni/multicellular)
41 terms
Biology: Animals
Phylum Porifera body plan
sessile
Spongin
Spicules
No tissue and organs
Don't move
Soft
hard
Phylum Porifera body plan
No tissue and organs
sessile
Don't move
158 terms
Biology Animals
Animals are....
cleavage
gastrulation
larva
multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotes with tissues that de…
the process of a zygote undergoing rapid mitotic division wit…
process the blastula undergoes where cells migrate to the int…
a sexually immature and morphologically distinct from the adu…
Animals are....
multicellular, heterotrophic, eukaryotes with tissues that de…
cleavage
the process of a zygote undergoing rapid mitotic division wit…
37 terms
Biology-Animals
embryo
vertebrates
amniotic eggs
innate behavior
the developing stage of multicellular organisms
an animal that has a backbone
egg composed of shell and membranes that creates a protective…
type of behavior in which the behavior appears in fully funct…
embryo
the developing stage of multicellular organisms
vertebrates
an animal that has a backbone
112 terms
Biology- Animals
Animalia
Multicellular
Heterotrophic
Eukaryotic
What kingdom are animals a part of?
Animals are ________, heterotrophic, eukaryotic organisms who…
Animals are multicellular, ________, eukaryotic organisms who…
Animals are multicellular, heterotrophic, ________ organisms…
Animalia
What kingdom are animals a part of?
Multicellular
Animals are ________, heterotrophic, eukaryotic organisms who…
25 terms
Biology animals
Sponges
Cnidarians
Flatworms
Mollusks
No true tissues, no organs
Have specialized stinging cells
Saclike gut, no coelom
Mantle over body mass
Sponges
No true tissues, no organs
Cnidarians
Have specialized stinging cells
36 terms
Biology animals
gametes
zygote
cleavage
2 cells, 4 cells, 8 cells, 16 cells, a…
egg and sperm cells
fertilized egg
division of zygote through mitosis
increase in number by cell division
gametes
egg and sperm cells
zygote
fertilized egg
112 terms
Biology : Animals
your nervous system __ information and…
information in the environment that ca…
animals' ability to detect stimuli dep…
each type of sensory neuron responds t…
collects, decides
stimulus (def)
definition of sensory neurons
particular
your nervous system __ information and…
collects, decides
information in the environment that ca…
stimulus (def)
64 terms
Biology Animals
Protosome
Deuterostome
Eumetazoa
Bilateria
-First mouth... - Spiral, determinate cleavage... - First opening b…
- Second mouth... - First opening becomes the anus... - Second open…
-Animals with true tissues... - All animals except sponges
- Animals with bilateral symmetry... - Triplobastic development…
Protosome
-First mouth... - Spiral, determinate cleavage... - First opening b…
Deuterostome
- Second mouth... - First opening becomes the anus... - Second open…
18 terms
animals- biology
blastula
gastrula
protosome
blastopore
a hollow ball of cells
the embryo in the stage of development after the blastula, co…
an organism whose embryonic blastopore develops into the mouth
where embryonic forms out the anus
blastula
a hollow ball of cells
gastrula
the embryo in the stage of development after the blastula, co…
30 terms
Biology: Animals
Biodiversity
Bilateral symmetry
Radial symmetry
No symmetry
The huge variety of organisms on this planet
Anything with head or if cut it into half(right between the e…
All parts radiate out from center point and are the same
No patterns can be found that repeat
Biodiversity
The huge variety of organisms on this planet
Bilateral symmetry
Anything with head or if cut it into half(right between the e…
19 terms
Animals Biology
The groups are called
The history of Taxonomy started ____
Carolus Linnaeus
Kingdom
Taxa/taxon
2,000 years ago
Developed a 4 level system of classification and binomial nom…
Consists of groups of Phyla. The largest group in the classif…
The groups are called
Taxa/taxon
The history of Taxonomy started ____
2,000 years ago
Biology: Animals
Animal
Collagen
Homeotic Genes
Homeobox Genes
A kingdom of multicellular heterotrophs.
A protein unique to animals that add strength and flexibility…
A class of genes that controls early development.
A class of genes that creates segments in an embryo or larva…
Animal
A kingdom of multicellular heterotrophs.
Collagen
A protein unique to animals that add strength and flexibility…
17 terms
**BIOLOGY ANIMALS**
Ivertebrate
Vertebrate
Feedback inhibition
Blastula
Does not have a backbone and makes up 95% of all animals
Has a backbone and makes up the other 5%
The product or result of the process stop sir limits the proc…
Hollow ball of cells
Ivertebrate
Does not have a backbone and makes up 95% of all animals
Vertebrate
Has a backbone and makes up the other 5%
32 terms
biology: animals
anteior
aquatic
bilateral symmetry
Cambrian Explosion
head
fresh and salt water
one line can be drawn through the center into equal halves
gave rise to almost all lineages of animals today
anteior
head
aquatic
fresh and salt water
17 terms
Biology Animal Tissues
Simple squamous epithelium: kidney
simple cuboidal epithelium
simple columnar epithelium: duodenum,…
keratinized stratified squamous epithe…
Simple squamous epithelium: kidney
simple cuboidal epithelium
44 terms
Biology -Animals
epithelium
simple squamous epithelium
location of Simple Squamous
function of simple squamous
closely packed cells on a basement membrane that cover and line
one layer of closely packed, flattened cells on a basement me…
walls of capillaries and air sacs
allows for rapid diffusion
epithelium
closely packed cells on a basement membrane that cover and line
simple squamous epithelium
one layer of closely packed, flattened cells on a basement me…
42 terms
biology- animals
All animals are characterized by the f…
Survival Functions in Kingdom Animalia
Radial Symmetry-
•Bilateral Symmetry-
Eukaryotic... Heterotrophic... Multicellular... Lack cell walls... Reprod…
1. Gaining nutrients through feeding... 2. Gas exchange through…
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.…
All animals are characterized by the f…
Eukaryotic... Heterotrophic... Multicellular... Lack cell walls... Reprod…
Survival Functions in Kingdom Animalia
1. Gaining nutrients through feeding... 2. Gas exchange through…
25 terms
Biology(Animals)
Porifera
Filter Feeder
Cnidarians
Two cnidarian body plans
Invertebrate phylum of sponges, which have a non-bony endo sk…
Animal that obtains organic matter for nutrition by filtering…
Include jellyfish and corals. They are aquatic invertebrates.…
The polyp and the medusa
Porifera
Invertebrate phylum of sponges, which have a non-bony endo sk…
Filter Feeder
Animal that obtains organic matter for nutrition by filtering…
25 terms
Biology plant and animal cell
cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Chromosomes
A thin, flexible barrier around a cell; regulates what enters…
holds everything together abd provides a liquid envirenment
Control center of the cell
It contains the cell's hereditary. That is how it controls th…
cell membrane
A thin, flexible barrier around a cell; regulates what enters…
Cytoplasm
holds everything together abd provides a liquid envirenment
13 terms
Animal Cell Functions - Biology
Golgi
Mitochondria
Centrioles
Cell Membrane
modifies, sorts and packages proteins either for storage or t…
powerhouse; site of cellular respiration
important to cell division
"gatekeeper" and maintains shape and regulates what goes in a…
Golgi
modifies, sorts and packages proteins either for storage or t…
Mitochondria
powerhouse; site of cellular respiration
15 terms
Biology plant and animal cells
organelle
eukaryotic cell
prokaryotic cell
cell membrane
A tiny cell structure in the cytoplasm that carries out a spe…
a cell type that has a cell membrane, cytoplasm and an organi…
a cell type without a nucleus that is found in single-celled…
a thin membrane around the cytoplasm of a cell that controls…
organelle
A tiny cell structure in the cytoplasm that carries out a spe…
eukaryotic cell
a cell type that has a cell membrane, cytoplasm and an organi…
Biology (Animals)
SPONGES
What are general Characteristics of an…
What gives a sponge it's rigidity
How does a sponge eat
SPONGES
Multi-cellular, Eukaryotic, Heterotrophs are general characte…
Cristal Spicuals are only found in what type of animal
It filters is food
SPONGES
SPONGES
What are general Characteristics of an…
Multi-cellular, Eukaryotic, Heterotrophs are general characte…
114 terms
AP Biology Animal Biology
taxonomy
homologous structure
analogous structure
interstitial fluid
how organisms are named and classified
shows evidence of relatedness ... ex: whale fin and bat wing
similar but do not indicate relatedness... ex: bird wing & butt…
fluid filling space between cells
taxonomy
how organisms are named and classified
homologous structure
shows evidence of relatedness ... ex: whale fin and bat wing
104 terms
Biology of animals
Heterochrony
Homoplasy
Homeobox
Monophyletic
Evolutionary change in the timing or rate of an organisms dev…
An analogous structure/molecular sequence that has evolved in…
A 180 nucleotide sequence within homeotic genes and some othe…
Valid clade
Heterochrony
Evolutionary change in the timing or rate of an organisms dev…
Homoplasy
An analogous structure/molecular sequence that has evolved in…
61 terms
Biology of Animals
What are the general properties of liv…
Emergence (emergent properties)
Heredity
Variation
-chemical uniqueness... -complexity... -hierarchical organization... -…
Appearance of new characteristics at a given leve
Faithful transmission of traits from parents to offspring
Production of differences among the traits
What are the general properties of liv…
-chemical uniqueness... -complexity... -hierarchical organization... -…
Emergence (emergent properties)
Appearance of new characteristics at a given leve
102 terms
Biology Of Animals
Homologies
Convergent Evolution
Analogies
Phylogeny
Similarities due to shared ancestry
Organisms not closely related independently evolve similar tr…
Similarities due to convergent evolution
The evolutionary history of a group of organisms
Homologies
Similarities due to shared ancestry
Convergent Evolution
Organisms not closely related independently evolve similar tr…
12 terms
Biology Animals
Vertebrates:
Invertebrates:
Vertebrates have:
Invertebrates have:
Mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds
Cnidarians, flatworms, trueworms, molluscs, Arthropods
Back bones
No back bone
Vertebrates:
Mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds
Invertebrates:
Cnidarians, flatworms, trueworms, molluscs, Arthropods
101 terms
Biology - Animals
Over 1 million named species... Many left…
New salamander species ... Found in the US
Eukaryotic... Heterotrophs... Multicellular
Injection (unlike fungal absorption)
Kingdom Animalia
New genus in 2009
Animal Characteristics
Heterotrophs
Over 1 million named species... Many left…
Kingdom Animalia
New salamander species ... Found in the US
New genus in 2009
33 terms
Biology animals
Mollusk
Clams, snails, octopuses, squid, slugs…
Coelom
Structure, space for organs, and prote…
Soft body
Examples of mollusks
Body cavity
What does the coelom provide
Mollusk
Soft body
Clams, snails, octopuses, squid, slugs…
Examples of mollusks
119 terms
Animal Biology Lecture Test 2
blood vessels
arteries
elastic arteries
muscular arteries
the main pathway of blood in the body
conduct blood away from the heart
an artery with collagen and elastin filaments, giving it the…
artery that draw blood from an elastic artery and branch into…
blood vessels
the main pathway of blood in the body
arteries
conduct blood away from the heart
51 terms
Biology animals
what are the characteristics of animals?
epithelial
muscular
connective
eukaryotic, multi cellular, heterotrophic, no cell walls, mot…
body tissue that covers body surfaces (skin, lining of intest…
body tissue that contains proteins that can contract when dir…
body tissue that supports body and connects parts (bones, blo…
what are the characteristics of animals?
eukaryotic, multi cellular, heterotrophic, no cell walls, mot…
epithelial
body tissue that covers body surfaces (skin, lining of intest…
63 terms
Biology animals
ingestion
ingestion
Cell walls
Muscle cells
Animals must obtain food by
Eating food and digesting within the body
Animals lack
animal cells for movement
ingestion
Animals must obtain food by
ingestion
Eating food and digesting within the body
12 terms
Biology animals
6 characteristics of animals
3 types of symmetry
Posterior
Anterior
Vertebrates ... Heterotrophic ... Multicellular ... Digest food in cen…
Asymmetry- no symmetry ... Bilateral- 1 line of symmetry ... Radial…
Backside
Front side
6 characteristics of animals
Vertebrates ... Heterotrophic ... Multicellular ... Digest food in cen…
3 types of symmetry
Asymmetry- no symmetry ... Bilateral- 1 line of symmetry ... Radial…
57 terms
Biology-- animals
Animals
Dorsal
Ventral
Anterior
Eukaryotes,multicellular,heterotrophic,motile
Top
Bottom
Front
Animals
Eukaryotes,multicellular,heterotrophic,motile
Dorsal
Top
35 terms
Biology - Animals
Protostome
Deuterostome
Asymmetry
Radial
Development of an animal in which the gastrula becomes the mo…
Development of an animal in which the gastrula becomes the anus
Symmetry of an irregularly shaped body
Symmetry in which the body can be divided along any plane, th…
Protostome
Development of an animal in which the gastrula becomes the mo…
Deuterostome
Development of an animal in which the gastrula becomes the anus
10 terms
Biology Animals
Cnidarians and Sponges
Mollusca
Arthropoda
Amphibians
mouth/anus, symmetrical, corals/jellies/hydras
soft body usually inside of hard shell; clams, mussels, snail…
segmented exoskeleton, insects, crustaceans(crabs,lobsters),…
water to land animals, fertilization is external; females lay…
Cnidarians and Sponges
mouth/anus, symmetrical, corals/jellies/hydras
Mollusca
soft body usually inside of hard shell; clams, mussels, snail…
26 terms
Animal Classification- Biology
is BACTERIA>>> unicellular or multicel…
are PROTISTS>>> unicellular or multice…
are PLANTS>>> unicellular or multicell…
is FUNGUS>>> unicellular or multicellu…
Unicellular, prokaryotic, auto and heterotrophic, no cell walls
unicellular, eukaryotic, auto and heterotrophic, no cell walls
mulicellular, eukaryotic, autotrohic, cell walls
multicellular, eukaryotic, heterotrophic, cell walls
is BACTERIA>>> unicellular or multicel…
Unicellular, prokaryotic, auto and heterotrophic, no cell walls
are PROTISTS>>> unicellular or multice…
unicellular, eukaryotic, auto and heterotrophic, no cell walls
104 terms
Animal Biology Test 1
According to Charles Darwin, evolution…
The idea that the earth is shaped toda…
The idea that the earth is shaped toda…
The discovery of fossils of horses, gi…
natural selection
uniformitarianism.
James Hutton and Charles Lyell.
the species composition of the earth has changed through geol…
According to Charles Darwin, evolution…
natural selection
The idea that the earth is shaped toda…
uniformitarianism.
89 terms
Biology - Animals
heterotroph
eukaryote
invertebrate
cephalization
must consume other organisms for food
organism whose cells have nuclei
lack a backbone
concentration of sense organs and nerve cells at the anterior…
heterotroph
must consume other organisms for food
eukaryote
organism whose cells have nuclei
Biology Animals
Animals
Reproduction and Development
clevage
Blastula
1)Eukaryotic cells ... 2) Multicellular... 3) Heterotrophic
sprem + egg = zygote ... reproduce sexually
cell division with mitosis (2n)
hollow ball of living cells that are all identical
Animals
1)Eukaryotic cells ... 2) Multicellular... 3) Heterotrophic
Reproduction and Development
sprem + egg = zygote ... reproduce sexually
17 terms
Biology Chapter 29: Animal Behavior
Behavior
Innate behavior
Learning
Habituation
Manner in which an organism reacts to changes in its internal…
Type of behavior in which the behavior appears in fully funct…
Changes in behavior as a result of experience.
Type of learning in which an animal decreases or stops its re…
Behavior
Manner in which an organism reacts to changes in its internal…
Innate behavior
Type of behavior in which the behavior appears in fully funct…
Biology Animals
eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotroph…
to weave
tissue
epithelial, muscular, connective, nerv…
what are four characteristics of animals?
what does tissue mean in Latin?
what is the term for a group of cells performing together?
what are the four types of tissue in animals?
eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotroph…
what are four characteristics of animals?
to weave
what does tissue mean in Latin?
19 terms
Biology (animals)
Waggle dance
Pair bonding
Ecological niche
Over-wintering
Communication behaviour in bees to direct other foragers to a…
Development of a social bond between the male and female of a…
The role of species in its habitat, it's biotic and abiotic r…
Range of processes including hibernation, migration and dorma…
Waggle dance
Communication behaviour in bees to direct other foragers to a…
Pair bonding
Development of a social bond between the male and female of a…
11 terms
Biology animals
Head-Foot
Visceral Mass
Coelom
Setae
Helps the snail move
Internal Organs under the shell
Main body cavity
stiff bristles present on the body
Head-Foot
Helps the snail move
Visceral Mass
Internal Organs under the shell
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