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biology animal diversity 2
phylum arthropoda
P. Arth: Merostomata
P. Arth: Arachnida
P. Arth: Insecta
most numerous of the animals. Jointed appendages. bilateral s…
horseshoe crab. living fossil. large shell
spider, scorpions, mites and ticks. carnivores with claws and…
Most insects are herbivores; Head, thorax, abdomen.
phylum arthropoda
most numerous of the animals. Jointed appendages. bilateral s…
P. Arth: Merostomata
horseshoe crab. living fossil. large shell
40 terms
Biology 2: Animal Diversity 2
Cambrian explosion was _____ and occur…
cretaceous period time
the ediacaran fauna existed in the pre…
pre-cambrians may have been _____ but…
A burst of evolutionary origins when most of the major body p…
250-65mya
580mya, preserved even though soft-bodied, earliest known com…
cnidarians
Cambrian explosion was _____ and occur…
A burst of evolutionary origins when most of the major body p…
cretaceous period time
250-65mya
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Biology 2; Intro to Animal Diversity
Key evolutionary transitions in animal…
Tissue
Central Nervous system organisms
Nerve net organisms
1. Tissues... 2. Nervous system, symmetry, cephalization... 3. Body…
- Group of similar cells organized into integrated functional…
1.All organisms other than cnidarians and ctenophores... 2.bilat…
1. Cnidaria and Ctenophora... 2. Radial symmetry
Key evolutionary transitions in animal…
1. Tissues... 2. Nervous system, symmetry, cephalization... 3. Body…
Tissue
- Group of similar cells organized into integrated functional…
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Biology 153 Animal Diversity #2
Ctenophora
Prifera
Placozoa
Cnidaria
Comb jellies. Sister to all animals. ... Hundred... Bioluminescent
Sponges. Sister to all non-ctenophore animals.... 9 Thousand... No…
Single species and move with flagella
Corals and jellyfishes. Sister to bilateria.... 9 Thousand.... Worl…
Ctenophora
Comb jellies. Sister to all animals. ... Hundred... Bioluminescent
Prifera
Sponges. Sister to all non-ctenophore animals.... 9 Thousand... No…
42 terms
Biology 2: Animal diversity 1
classification of organisms
5 main criteria for phylum classificat…
coelomate
deuterstome
Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
symmetry, germ layers, segmentation, blastopore, coelom
has a body cavity
anus forms first, radial cleavage
classification of organisms
Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
5 main criteria for phylum classificat…
symmetry, germ layers, segmentation, blastopore, coelom
32 terms
Animal Diversity~ Biology W2
3 characteristics of animals?
4 ways to classify an animal?
Blastula
Gastrula
Eukaryotic, Multicellular & Heterotrophic
Symmetry, Body Cavity(coelom) & Gut/ Digestive Tract (stome)
an animal embryo at the early stage of development when it is…
an embryo at the stage following the blastula, when it is a h…
3 characteristics of animals?
Eukaryotic, Multicellular & Heterotrophic
4 ways to classify an animal?
Symmetry, Body Cavity(coelom) & Gut/ Digestive Tract (stome)
20 terms
Biology- 23.2 Animal Diversity
More than 95% of all animal species are
What is a vertebrate?
In contrast to a vertebrate, an invert…
How many groups have scientists divide…
invertebrates.
an animal with an internal segmented backbone.
does not have a backbone
more than 30 major groups
More than 95% of all animal species are
invertebrates.
What is a vertebrate?
an animal with an internal segmented backbone.
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
49 terms
Biology Exam 2: Diversity of Animals
Symmetry
Body cavity
Segmentation
Gastrula (protostome vs. deuterostome)
Balanced proportions
filled w/ H2O with organs in the bag
Body is made up of a series of fused rings; external and inte…
Protosome= mouth was first opening of embryonic gut... Deuterost…
Symmetry
Balanced proportions
Body cavity
filled w/ H2O with organs in the bag
87 terms
Animal Biology and Diversity Exam 2
phylum annelida
setae
class oligochaeta
typhlosole
lophotrochozoan protostome... complete digest... trocophore larvae…
hair like spikes that can be used to grip deiment
earthwomr... diffuse respiration... circulatory system, hemoglobin…
invagination of dorsal surface of digest tract, increases SA
phylum annelida
lophotrochozoan protostome... complete digest... trocophore larvae…
setae
hair like spikes that can be used to grip deiment
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Animal Biology Animal Diversity
why is animal diversity important?
what are the characteristics of animals?
clade
Grade
3rd greatest experiment in multicellular life... important to ou…
-if the kingdom animalia is monophyletic (CLADE) then we shou…
complete branch of an evolutionary tree... all members descended…
a level of morphological organization in a group that share a…
why is animal diversity important?
3rd greatest experiment in multicellular life... important to ou…
what are the characteristics of animals?
-if the kingdom animalia is monophyletic (CLADE) then we shou…
32 terms
Biology 2, Test 2 - Animal Diversity
Animals
Zygote
Eight-Cell Stage
Blastula
Multicellular, Heterotrophic, Eukaryotes, with tissues that d…
Fertilized egg
Created by cleavage. Each cell could still perform a complete…
Created by cleavage. Has hallow cavity called a Blastocoel.
Animals
Multicellular, Heterotrophic, Eukaryotes, with tissues that d…
Zygote
Fertilized egg
55 terms
Biology: Animal Diversity
Key Features of Animals
Anatomical features that mark branch p…
tissue
radial symmetry
are multicellular, sexually reproducing organisms that acquir…
earliest animals had no tissues, a feature retained by modern…
its appearance was one of the earliest major innovations in a…
any plane through a central axis divides the object into roug…
Key Features of Animals
are multicellular, sexually reproducing organisms that acquir…
Anatomical features that mark branch p…
earliest animals had no tissues, a feature retained by modern…
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Biology 1001 Midterm #2 Animal Diversity
Blastula
Gastrula
Radial Symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
A hollow ball of cells that marks the end of the cleavage sta…
An embryonic stage in animal development encompassing the for…
Symmetry in which the body is shaped like a pie or barrel. La…
Body symmetry in which a central longitude plane divides the…
Blastula
A hollow ball of cells that marks the end of the cleavage sta…
Gastrula
An embryonic stage in animal development encompassing the for…
48 terms
AP Biology | Animal Diversity
Asymmetrical Body Plan
Radially Symmetrical Body Plan
Bilaterally Symmetrical Body Plan
Cephalization
A body plan in which the animal has no coherent shape
A body plan in which the animal has identical symmetry across…
A body plan in which the animal has symmetry across a center…
The development of a head section
Asymmetrical Body Plan
A body plan in which the animal has no coherent shape
Radially Symmetrical Body Plan
A body plan in which the animal has identical symmetry across…
73 terms
Biology 1108 - Exam 2 - Animal Diversity
how many species are there?
where do animals occur?
classification is based on...
phylogenies
1.5 million species have been described ... -an estimated 5-30 m…
everywhere
evolution... -closely related species should be placed together…
series of two-way splits that give rise to two sister taxa
how many species are there?
1.5 million species have been described ... -an estimated 5-30 m…
where do animals occur?
everywhere
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Biology Animal Diversity Practical
Porifera
Cnidaria
platyhelminthes
nematoda
2 cell layers... no gut/muscles/nervous system... reaggregate
radial symmetry... nerve net... gastrovascular cavity... polyp>medusae
flat worms... protostome... pseudocoelom
round worms... protostome... bilateral symmetry... true coelom
Porifera
2 cell layers... no gut/muscles/nervous system... reaggregate
Cnidaria
radial symmetry... nerve net... gastrovascular cavity... polyp>medusae
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Biology Animal Diversity Practical
Porifera
Cnidaria
platyhelminthes
nematoda
2 cell layers... no gut/muscles/nervous system... reaggregate
radial symmetry... nerve net... gastrovascular cavity... polyp>medusae
flat worms... protostome... pseudocoelom
round worms... protostome... bilateral symmetry... true coelom
Porifera
2 cell layers... no gut/muscles/nervous system... reaggregate
Cnidaria
radial symmetry... nerve net... gastrovascular cavity... polyp>medusae
121 terms
Bio 2 Midterm: Plant Biology & Animal Diversity
algae
brown algae
green algae
initial benefits of dry land
primary producers in aquatic environments; includes brown, re…
type of algae; convergent analogous to plants; not closely re…
type of algae land plants arose from; contain cellulose cell…
unfiltered sunlight, plentiful CO2, few herbivores or pathogens
algae
primary producers in aquatic environments; includes brown, re…
brown algae
type of algae; convergent analogous to plants; not closely re…
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Biology: Diversity of Animal Life
Animal Symmetry
Spherical Symmetry
Radial Symmetry
Biradial Symmetry
Symmetry refers to balanced proportions, or correspondence in…
Any plane passing through the center divided a body into equi…
Applies to forms that can be divided into similar halves by m…
Some parts are paired rathe than radial, only two planes pass…
Animal Symmetry
Symmetry refers to balanced proportions, or correspondence in…
Spherical Symmetry
Any plane passing through the center divided a body into equi…
Biology 1023 Lab Final // Animal Diversity 2 - Vertebrate Diversity
phylum chordata
notochord... pharyngeal slits... post-anal t…
notochord
the vertebral column, along with the c…
vertebrates make up the subphylum vertebrata that is in which…
four structural characteristics of chordates
provides support (it acts like our backbone) and increases sw…
the endoskeleton is made up of _____
phylum chordata
vertebrates make up the subphylum vertebrata that is in which…
notochord... pharyngeal slits... post-anal t…
four structural characteristics of chordates
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Biology II Animal Diversity
Protostomes
Deusterostomes
Determinant Development
Radial Symmetry
-Develop the mouth first from or near the blastopore... -Spirali…
-Develop the anus first from or near the blastopore
Protosomes... each cell knows exactly what each cell will be dur…
body parts arranged around central axis
Protostomes
-Develop the mouth first from or near the blastopore... -Spirali…
Deusterostomes
-Develop the anus first from or near the blastopore
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Animal Diversity- AP Biology
Sponges (Porifera)
Anthozoans
Cnidarians (Medusozoa)
Molluscs
Sessile animals, suspension feeders, trap particles that pass…
Corals... -Long fossil record... -May have bilateral symmetry... -Only…
Jellyfish... -Radial symmetry... -Invertebrate
Have a soft body that in many species is protected by a hard…
Sponges (Porifera)
Sessile animals, suspension feeders, trap particles that pass…
Anthozoans
Corals... -Long fossil record... -May have bilateral symmetry... -Only…
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Chapter 32 BIology Animal Diversity
A
C
B
C
Chapter 32 An Introduction to Animal Diversity... Multiple-Choic…
Concept 32.1... Skill: Knowledge/Comprehension... 2) Both animals a…
Concept 32.1... Skill: Knowledge/Comprehension... 3) The larvae of…
Concept 32.1... Skill: Application/Analysis... 4) Which of the foll…
A
Chapter 32 An Introduction to Animal Diversity... Multiple-Choic…
C
Concept 32.1... Skill: Knowledge/Comprehension... 2) Both animals a…
Biology Animal Diversity Semester 2 Final
common ancestor of all animal
coelomate
pseudocoelomate
characteristics of Porifera
chordates
body cavity completely lined by tissue derived from mesoderm
body cavity is not completely lined by tissue derived from me…
- sponges... - radial symmetry... - 3 body tissue cell layers... - has…
common ancestor of all animal
chordates
coelomate
body cavity completely lined by tissue derived from mesoderm
25 terms
Animal Biology, diversity and evolution
The spiracles of an insect are used for
The major body cavity is the
An irregular extension of the cytoplas…
ecdysis is
respiration
coelom
flagellum
the molting process of insects
The spiracles of an insect are used for
respiration
The major body cavity is the
coelom
24 terms
Biology Animal diversity II
Triploblastic
Diploblastic
Mesoderm
Endoderm
Having three germ layers
Having two germ layers
forms in the embryos of triploblastic animals.
the innermost layer of cells or tissue of an embryo in early…
Triploblastic
Having three germ layers
Diploblastic
Having two germ layers
39 terms
Biology 1407 Animal Diversity
How are animal bodies held together
Nervous and muscle tissue
Zygote
Cleavage
Structural proteins such as callogen
unique, defining characteristics of animals
After a sperm fertilizes the egg
Zygote undergoing rapid cell division
How are animal bodies held together
Structural proteins such as callogen
Nervous and muscle tissue
unique, defining characteristics of animals
40 terms
Biology 2 Animal Diversity (phylum and class)
Phylum Mollusca
Phylum Annelida
Phylum Nemotoda
Phylum Arthropoda
-cepalization... -muscular foot... -unsegmented body... -filter feeder…
-bilateral system... -segmented body... -complete digestive sys.... *e…
*round worms... -bilaterally sys.... -unsegmented... -parasitic... -molt…
-parasitic... -cepalization... -3 segmentation: head, thorax, abdom…
Phylum Mollusca
-cepalization... -muscular foot... -unsegmented body... -filter feeder…
Phylum Annelida
-bilateral system... -segmented body... -complete digestive sys.... *e…
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
82 terms
Chapter 32 BIology Animal Diversity
A
C
B
C
Chapter 32 An Introduction to Animal Diversity... Multiple-Choic…
Concept 32.1... Skill: Knowledge/Comprehension... 2) Both animals a…
Concept 32.1... Skill: Knowledge/Comprehension... 3) The larvae of…
Concept 32.1... Skill: Application/Analysis... 4) Which of the foll…
A
Chapter 32 An Introduction to Animal Diversity... Multiple-Choic…
C
Concept 32.1... Skill: Knowledge/Comprehension... 2) Both animals a…
38 terms
Biology Exam 2: Chapter 23 (Animal Diversity)
similar ribosomal RNAs, unique junctio…
collagen, proteoglycans
choanoflagellates
germ layers, body plan, fate of blasto…
4 synapomorphies of all animal cells
2 common extracellular molecules
sister clade of animals
basic traits used to categorize animals into different groups
similar ribosomal RNAs, unique junctio…
4 synapomorphies of all animal cells
collagen, proteoglycans
2 common extracellular molecules
47 terms
Animal Diversity Biology Review
Oldest animal that's over 570 million…
Sponges have cells ______ that are sim…
Animal cells are supported by
Collagen are three stranded protein fo…
Sponges
Choanocytes
Collagen
Bone, skin, ligaments, fingernails, hair
Oldest animal that's over 570 million…
Sponges
Sponges have cells ______ that are sim…
Choanocytes
52 terms
Biology 1023 Lab Final // Animal Diversity 2 - Vertebrate Diversity
phylum chordata
notochord... pharyngeal slits... post-anal t…
notochord
the vertebral column, along with the c…
vertebrates make up the subphylum vertebrata that is in which…
four structural characteristics of chordates
provides support (it acts like our backbone) and increases sw…
the endoskeleton is made up of _____
phylum chordata
vertebrates make up the subphylum vertebrata that is in which…
notochord... pharyngeal slits... post-anal t…
four structural characteristics of chordates
88 terms
Biology Animal Diversity
Phylogeny
What is a phylogenetic tree?
Root
Clade
Evolutionary history of a group of organisms
Graphical summary of history, showing ancestor-descendent rel…
most ancestral branch
group comprised of branches
Phylogeny
Evolutionary history of a group of organisms
What is a phylogenetic tree?
Graphical summary of history, showing ancestor-descendent rel…
22 terms
Biology 106: Animal Diversity.
White sharks
Body symmetry
Phylum Porifera
Choanocytes
jaws-->Evolved from jawless fishes like Lamprey... White shark j…
radial- 4 ways ... bilateral - 2way
Sponges; colony of flagella cells (choanocytes), porocytes on…
...
White sharks
jaws-->Evolved from jawless fishes like Lamprey... White shark j…
Body symmetry
radial- 4 ways ... bilateral - 2way
Biology: Animal diversity
Fertilization
Zygote undergoes ____, leading to form…
Blastula
Cleavage
sperm+egg ---> zygote
cleavage ... blastula
a hollow ball of identical living cells.
a number of cell divisions that begin to divide after fertili…
Fertilization
sperm+egg ---> zygote
Zygote undergoes ____, leading to form…
cleavage ... blastula
Biology: Introduction to Animal Diversity
Blastula
Stem cell
Gastrula
Germ layers
Hollow ball of cells that develops when a zygote undergoes a…
Unspecialized cell that can give rise to one or more types of…
Blastula that folds in on itself and results in three germ la…
Layers of cells created in gastrulation
Blastula
Hollow ball of cells that develops when a zygote undergoes a…
Stem cell
Unspecialized cell that can give rise to one or more types of…
18 terms
Biology Animal Diversity III
Vertebrates
Notochords
Schizocoelous
Enterocoelous
Skull, Vertebral column, Endoskeleton
a cartilaginous skeletal rod supporting the body in all embry…
Schizocoely is a process by which some animal embryos develop…
Coelome is developed as an outpouching of archenterons.
Vertebrates
Skull, Vertebral column, Endoskeleton
Notochords
a cartilaginous skeletal rod supporting the body in all embry…
23 terms
Biology, Exam 2, Animal Diversity, Taxonomy
What do Primitive Groups all have in c…
What are examples of Primitive Groups?
Describe a Porifera.
Describe a Cnidaria.
They all lack a coelom.
1.) Porifera... 2.) Cnidaria
Sponges, Limited Symmetry, Aquatic, Filter Feeders, One type…
Jellyfish, Hydroids, & Corals, Radial Symmetry, Diploblasts w…
What do Primitive Groups all have in c…
They all lack a coelom.
What are examples of Primitive Groups?
1.) Porifera... 2.) Cnidaria
23 terms
Biology- Overview of Animal Diversity
Tissues
Cleavage
Blastula
Grastulatioin
groups of similar cells that act as a functional unit. ... ex: m…
a succession of mitotic cell divisions without cell growth be…
multicellular stage where the animals take the form of a holl…
process where the layers of embryonic tissues that will devel…
Tissues
groups of similar cells that act as a functional unit. ... ex: m…
Cleavage
a succession of mitotic cell divisions without cell growth be…
21 terms
Biology 153 Animal Diversity
Ctenophora
Prifera
Placozoa
Cnidaria
Comb Jellies, Radial Symmetry. Hundred
Sponges, radial symmetry. Thousands
Trichoplax Adhaerens, radial symmetry. Single Species
Corals and Jellyfishes, radial symmetry. Thousands
Ctenophora
Comb Jellies, Radial Symmetry. Hundred
Prifera
Sponges, radial symmetry. Thousands
13 terms
Animal Diversity 2 (examples)
Herbivore
Carnivore
Omnivore
Scavenger
feeds mainly on plant or plant parts such as seeds, leaves, f…
feeds mainly on other animals
feeds on plants and animals
feeds on animal remains
Herbivore
feeds mainly on plant or plant parts such as seeds, leaves, f…
Carnivore
feeds mainly on other animals
14 terms
Biology Animal Diversity
Porifera
Cnidaria
Cnidaria
Platyhelminths
Flagellated collar cells
Medusa
Pneumatocysts
hermaphrodite
Porifera
Flagellated collar cells
Cnidaria
Medusa
Biology: Animal Diversity
Characteristics all animals share
Vertebrates
Invertebrates
Asymmetrical symmetry
Multicellular, heterotrophs, collagen for support, diploid, s…
Animals that have an internal segmented backbone
Animals that do not have an internal segmented backbone
A type of animal symmetry in which there is no symmetry at al…
Characteristics all animals share
Multicellular, heterotrophs, collagen for support, diploid, s…
Vertebrates
Animals that have an internal segmented backbone
80 terms
Biology Final- Animal Diversity
Animal Diversity- Symmetry
Cephalization
Animal Diversity- Germ layers
Diploblasts
Radial or Bilateral... Bilateral- clear top, bottom, back, front
Evolution of a head... Sensory apparatus at one end... Posterior fo…
Primary tissue layers early in development... Diploblastic- 2 ty…
Endoderm- Inner layer (guts + organs)... Ectoderm- outer layer (…
Animal Diversity- Symmetry
Radial or Bilateral... Bilateral- clear top, bottom, back, front
Cephalization
Evolution of a head... Sensory apparatus at one end... Posterior fo…
24 terms
Biology- Intro of Animal Diversity
Nutritional Mode
Cell Structures
Reproduction and Development
Blastula
Animals are heterotrophs that ingest food; they use enzymes t…
Animals are multicellular, lack cell walls; held together by…
Most reproduce sexually; fertilization= sperm+egg-zygote; zyg…
Hollow ball of living cells; all cells are identical; differe…
Nutritional Mode
Animals are heterotrophs that ingest food; they use enzymes t…
Cell Structures
Animals are multicellular, lack cell walls; held together by…
10 terms
Animal Diversity 2
Phylum Proifera
filter feeders
choanocytes
mesohyl
sponges(choanoflagelates) most ancient lineage of animals, no…
(Proifera) filter out feed particles suspended in the surroun…
(Proifera)" collar cells" finger like projections that form a…
(proifera) gel-like connective tissue. gas exchange and waste…
Phylum Proifera
sponges(choanoflagelates) most ancient lineage of animals, no…
filter feeders
(Proifera) filter out feed particles suspended in the surroun…
8 terms
Animal Diversity 2
Anthropod
Crayfish anatomy outer
Crayfish Anatomy inner
Crayfish Anatomy Inner top
Bilateral... trip... largest phylum
Anthropod
Bilateral... trip... largest phylum
Crayfish anatomy outer
35 terms
Animal Diversity Lab 2
Phylum Porifera
Benthic
Choanocytes
Spicules
-Sponges (the pore-bearers)... -no true tissue ... -do not have ner…
Live on sea floor
-Feeding cells of Phylum Porifera... -beat and create currents t…
-Made of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) or silicon dioxide (SiO2)…
Phylum Porifera
-Sponges (the pore-bearers)... -no true tissue ... -do not have ner…
Benthic
Live on sea floor
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