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Biology 11: Animal Kingdom
characteristics of animals
sessile
tissue
radial symmetry
eat other organisms, move, multicellular
organisms that are fastened into place
a group of cells that preform the same function
cut an organism into equal pieces that all go through the cen…
characteristics of animals
eat other organisms, move, multicellular
sessile
organisms that are fastened into place
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Biology Animal Kingdom Test
Classes within Porifera?
Calcium sponges?
Glass sponges?
Bath sponges?
Calcarea, Hexactinellidae, Demospongiae
Calcarea
Hexactinellidae
Demospongiae
Classes within Porifera?
Calcarea, Hexactinellidae, Demospongiae
Calcium sponges?
Calcarea
Biology- Animal Kingdom
cleavage
blastula
gastrula
mesoderm
zygote splits into 2 cells, now embryo
embryo divides until cells surround fluid-filled space
blastula form 2 layers with 1 opening (blastopore); ecto and…
some animals develop mesoderm from gastrula; muscle tissues
cleavage
zygote splits into 2 cells, now embryo
blastula
embryo divides until cells surround fluid-filled space
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Biology 11: Animal Kingdom
Vertebrates
% of vertebrates
Invertebrates
% of Invertebrates
Have backbone
5%
No backbone
95%
Vertebrates
Have backbone
% of vertebrates
5%
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Biology - Animal Kingdom
Arthropods classes
Arthropods features
Arthropods - Insects
Arthropods - Crustaceans
-Insects ... -Crustaceans... -Arachnids... -Myriapods
-Invertebrates ... -Exoskeleton... -Segmented body... -Jointed limbs
-Jointed limbs (3)... -Wings (1 or 2 pairs)... -Antennas ... -Compound…
-4 pairs of legs... -Exoskeleton... -Compound eyes... -Breath via Gill…
Arthropods classes
-Insects ... -Crustaceans... -Arachnids... -Myriapods
Arthropods features
-Invertebrates ... -Exoskeleton... -Segmented body... -Jointed limbs
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Biology Animal Kingdom Unit
ectoderm
mesoderm
endoderm
assymetry
one of the three primary (embryonic) germ layers formed durin…
middle germ layer; develops into muscles, and much of the cir…
innermost germ layer; develops into the linings of the digest…
body plan that has an irregular shape that usually develops f…
ectoderm
one of the three primary (embryonic) germ layers formed durin…
mesoderm
middle germ layer; develops into muscles, and much of the cir…
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Biology: Animal Kingdom
Kingdom requirements
3 embryonic germ layers
Ectoderm
Endoderm
Eukaryotic, multicellular, and heterotrophic
Endoderm, ectoderm, and mesoderm
(Outer) forms skin, nerves, and sense organs
(Inner) forms the digestive and respiratory organs
Kingdom requirements
Eukaryotic, multicellular, and heterotrophic
3 embryonic germ layers
Endoderm, ectoderm, and mesoderm
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Animal Kingdom Vocabulary
Complete metamorphosis
Exoskeleton
Hydrostatic skeleton
Notochord
Type of insect development in which the larvae look and act n…
External skeleton
Layers of circular and longitudinal muscles, together with th…
Long supporting rod that runs through a chordate's body just…
Complete metamorphosis
Type of insect development in which the larvae look and act n…
Exoskeleton
External skeleton
Biology-The Animal Kingdom
What are the 2 types of skeletons for…
What is the difference between incurre…
What are 3 values or uses of sponges?
What is hermaphroditic?
sponging and spicules
incurrent are small and many.... excurrent are large and only one.
They are used to paint, wash cars, and to clean up spills.
possessing both male and female sex organs
What are the 2 types of skeletons for…
sponging and spicules
What is the difference between incurre…
incurrent are small and many.... excurrent are large and only one.
Animal Kingdom - Biology
coelom
coelomate
pseudocoelomate
protostomate
a true body cavity; tube within a tube
having a body cavity fully lined with mesoderm
having a body cavity not completely lined with mesoderm
"first mouth", mouth developed first from blastula in-folding
coelom
a true body cavity; tube within a tube
coelomate
having a body cavity fully lined with mesoderm
Biology: Animal Kingdom
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Nematoda
- no tissues or organs... - specialized cells... - asymmetrical (no…
- tissues (endoderm and ectoderm ONLY )... - no organs... - special…
- tissues (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm)... - specialized cells…
- tissues (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm)... - bilateral symmetry…
Porifera
- no tissues or organs... - specialized cells... - asymmetrical (no…
Cnidaria
- tissues (endoderm and ectoderm ONLY )... - no organs... - special…
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Biology animal kingdom
Annelida
Ascarid Worm
Clitellum
Closed Circulatory System
Segmented Worms
A common roundworm that lives in the intestine of host and wo…
Band of thickened, specialized segments in annelids that secr…
System in which blood is contained within a network of blood…
Annelida
Segmented Worms
Ascarid Worm
A common roundworm that lives in the intestine of host and wo…
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Biology: Kingdom Animal
Phylum Porifera
Phylum Cnidaria
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Nematoda
sponges
jellyfish, anemones, hydras
flatworms
roundworms
Phylum Porifera
sponges
Phylum Cnidaria
jellyfish, anemones, hydras
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Biology- Animal Kingdom
kingdom... phylum... class... order... family ... gen…
animalia
chordata
mammalia
the order of the animal kingdom
animals
vertabrae
mammals
kingdom... phylum... class... order... family ... gen…
the order of the animal kingdom
animalia
animals
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Biology: Animal Kingdom
Vertebrate
Invertebrate
Sessile
Mesoglea
Having a backbone
Lacking a back bone
Not moving
The jelly layer in between tissues of the proifera and cnideria
Vertebrate
Having a backbone
Invertebrate
Lacking a back bone
30 terms
Honors Biology: Animal Kingdom
ectoderm
endoderm
mesoderm
gap junction
skin, hair, nervous system (outermost)
organs, digestive/respiratory system (innermost)
- musculoskeletal system, circulatory system, excretory syste…
ectoderm
skin, hair, nervous system (outermost)
endoderm
organs, digestive/respiratory system (innermost)
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Biology Animal Kingdom Notes
A true body cavity found in many anima…
The subdivision of the body into a ser…
animals that maintain a constant body…
animals that regulate their body tempe…
COELOM
segmentation
endothermic
ectothermic
A true body cavity found in many anima…
COELOM
The subdivision of the body into a ser…
segmentation
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Biology: animal kingdom
-eukaryotic... -multicellular... -lack a cel…
A skull and a backbone
Invertebrates
Vertebrates
All animals are
Two unique features all vertebraes have
Animals that lack a backbone
Animals that have a backbone
-eukaryotic... -multicellular... -lack a cel…
All animals are
A skull and a backbone
Two unique features all vertebraes have
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Animal Kingdom biology
Endoderm
Mesoderm
Ectoderm
Body cavity
Inter most layer digestive and respiratory tract
Middle layer muscle circulatory reproductive and excret system
outermost layer sense organs nerves skin
Areas for internal organs
Endoderm
Inter most layer digestive and respiratory tract
Mesoderm
Middle layer muscle circulatory reproductive and excret system
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AP Biology Animal Kingdom
acoelomates
pseudoceoelomates
coelomates
deuterostomes
no coelom, ex. platyhelminthes
false coelom, cavity between mesoderm and endoderm ex. nematoda
true coelom, cavity completely surrounded by mesoderm... organs…
anus from blastopore... radial cleavage... echinodermatas and all c…
acoelomates
no coelom, ex. platyhelminthes
pseudoceoelomates
false coelom, cavity between mesoderm and endoderm ex. nematoda
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Biology Animal Kingdom Test
what is an animal?
95% of animals are...
5% of animals are...
physiology
heterotrophic... eukaryotic... multicellular... lacks cell walls
invertebrates
vertebrates
study of the functions of organs
what is an animal?
heterotrophic... eukaryotic... multicellular... lacks cell walls
95% of animals are...
invertebrates
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Biology animal kingdom unit
Coelomate
Acoelomate
Pseudocoelomate
Bilateral symmetry
Animals that habe a true fluid filled body cavity completely…
Animals that develop from the 3 cell layers but have NO body…
Animals with a fluid filled body cavity that is Partially lin…
Animals that can be divided length wise into equal left& righ…
Coelomate
Animals that habe a true fluid filled body cavity completely…
Acoelomate
Animals that develop from the 3 cell layers but have NO body…
Ch 14 vocabulary list for biology (animal kingdom)
Radial symmetry
Bilateral symmetry
Anterior
Posterior
Radiates out of a center point
Mirror image
Head
Tail
Radial symmetry
Radiates out of a center point
Bilateral symmetry
Mirror image
Biology Animal Kingdom
Herbivores
Carnivores
Omnivores
Detrivores
eat plants
eat animals
eat both plants and animals
eat decaying plants and animals
Herbivores
eat plants
Carnivores
eat animals
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Biology: Animal Kingdom
Sponges
Choanocytes
Archaeocytes
Osculum
Phylum Porifera
Special cells with flagella to move water
Cells that make skeleton of sponge
Water pump
Sponges
Phylum Porifera
Choanocytes
Special cells with flagella to move water
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BIOLOGY- Animal Kingdom
Characteristics of Animals
parazoa
eumetazoa
radial
-eukaryotes... -heterotrophs... -multicellular... -lack cell walls... -us…
tissues not present
cells grouped into tissues
body can be divided into 2 equal halves through more than 1 p…
Characteristics of Animals
-eukaryotes... -heterotrophs... -multicellular... -lack cell walls... -us…
parazoa
tissues not present
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AP Biology Animal Kingdom
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Nematoda
Two cell layered. Sessile, ingest food through specialized ce…
two-cell layered body, digestive cavity surrounded by tentacl…
Flatworms who are motile. First to have 3 cell layers and bil…
Roundworms pseudocoelomate bodies. COMPLETE DIGESTIVE TRACT(m…
Porifera
Two cell layered. Sessile, ingest food through specialized ce…
Cnidaria
two-cell layered body, digestive cavity surrounded by tentacl…
Biology Test- Animal Kingdom
Animals are ___ meaning they have many…
Animals are___ meaning they have an or…
Animals are____ meaning they can not p…
Animals reproduce mainly....
mulitcellular
eukaryotic
heterotrophic
sexually- very few simple animals reproduce asexually
Animals are ___ meaning they have many…
mulitcellular
Animals are___ meaning they have an or…
eukaryotic
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Biology: Animal Kingdom Notes
Animals are _________, _________ organ…
Almost all animals have cells organize…
Animal cells have no cell walls and ge…
One characteristic common to all anima…
Eukaryotic ... Multicellular
Tissues and organs
Cytoskeleton
Heterotrophic (Consumers)
Animals are _________, _________ organ…
Eukaryotic ... Multicellular
Almost all animals have cells organize…
Tissues and organs
Biology 102 The Animal Kingdom
animals
motility; embryonic and developmental…
one million
symmetry
These are multicellular, eukaryotic, diploid, heterotrophic o…
Animals exhibit this at least sometimes during their lives, a…
About how many animals have been identified and classified?
the shape of the animal
animals
These are multicellular, eukaryotic, diploid, heterotrophic o…
motility; embryonic and developmental…
Animals exhibit this at least sometimes during their lives, a…
Biology- Intro to the Animal Kingdom
Eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophs
Cell walls
To weave
Tissue
The 3 characteristics of kingdom animalia are...
What do animal cells lack?
What is tissues mean in Latin?
A group of cells performing the same function are called?
Eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophs
The 3 characteristics of kingdom animalia are...
Cell walls
What do animal cells lack?
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biology: Animal Kingdom
Echinoderms
An echinoderm's radial canals that ext…
The formation of cell layers is called
Some type of body symmetry is found in…
are bilaterally symmetrical as larvae and radially symmetrica…
water vascular system
gastrulation
sponges
Echinoderms
are bilaterally symmetrical as larvae and radially symmetrica…
An echinoderm's radial canals that ext…
water vascular system
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ANIMAL KINGDOM BIOLOGY
five characteristics of animal kingdom
six types of consumers
asexually reproduce how?
sexually reproduce how?
-eukaryotic... -multicellular... -does not have cell wall... -does not…
-herbivores (plants) ex:cow... -carnivores (eat and kill meat) e…
Budding- offspring form on parent until it grows enough to de…
Male gamete (sperm) and female gamete (egg) combine to produc…
five characteristics of animal kingdom
-eukaryotic... -multicellular... -does not have cell wall... -does not…
six types of consumers
-herbivores (plants) ex:cow... -carnivores (eat and kill meat) e…
Grade 7 Biology Animal Kingdom
Invertebrate
vertebrate
endoskeleton
exoskeleton
animals that DON'T have a back bone ... They are all cold-bloode…
animals that have an internal skeleton, specifically a the bo…
an INTERNAL skeleton made of bone and cartilage that protects…
a hard, EXTERNAL support structure that protects the bodies o…
Invertebrate
animals that DON'T have a back bone ... They are all cold-bloode…
vertebrate
animals that have an internal skeleton, specifically a the bo…
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Biology Animal Kingdom Test
what is the endoskeleton of an Agnatha…
what is the respiratory of an Agnatha?
What is the circulatory of an Agnatha?
what is the reproduction of an Agnatha
Cartilage
Gills
2 chambered heart
External fertilization
what is the endoskeleton of an Agnatha…
Cartilage
what is the respiratory of an Agnatha?
Gills
Biology-Animal Kingdom/Inverts
Most animals are what?
5 Characteristics of members of the An…
What type of symmetry do sponges have?
Examples of animals with radial symmetry
Invertebrates
Multicellular, Heterotrophic, Movement, Lack Cell Walls, Sexu…
Asymmetry
Hydra, coral, jelly fish, anemone
Most animals are what?
Invertebrates
5 Characteristics of members of the An…
Multicellular, Heterotrophic, Movement, Lack Cell Walls, Sexu…
28 terms
Animal Kingdom - Honors Biology
Characteristics (4) of an animal... possi…
Invertebrates are
Vertebrates are
Nine major phyla of animals & examples
-multicellular... -eukaryotic... -heterotrophic... -no cell walls
animals WITHOUT a backbone
animals WITH a backbone
poriferans, cnidarians, flatworms, roundworms, annelids, moll…
Characteristics (4) of an animal... possi…
-multicellular... -eukaryotic... -heterotrophic... -no cell walls
Invertebrates are
animals WITHOUT a backbone
Biology: Intro to the Animal Kingdom
4 characteristics of animals..?
7 functions of animals...?
Porifera
Platyhelminthes
multicellular; heterotrophic; eukaryotic; no cell wall
1. Feeding... 2. Respiration... 3. Circulation... 4. Excretion... 5. Resp…
sponges
flat worms
4 characteristics of animals..?
multicellular; heterotrophic; eukaryotic; no cell wall
7 functions of animals...?
1. Feeding... 2. Respiration... 3. Circulation... 4. Excretion... 5. Resp…
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Biology 26.1 Introduction to the Animal Kingdom Vocabulary
Invertebrate
Vertebrate
Feedback Inhibition
Blastula
Animal that does not have a backbone, or vertebral column.
Animal that has a vertebral column, or backbone.
Process in which the product or result stops or limits the pr…
Hollow ball of cells formed when a zygote undergoes a series…
Invertebrate
Animal that does not have a backbone, or vertebral column.
Vertebrate
Animal that has a vertebral column, or backbone.
31 terms
Biology 112- Animal Kingdom
Cellular characteristics of animals
# of species of animals known
Radial symmetry
Bilateral symmetry
Eukaryotic cells; no cell wall; consumers; motile
1.7 million
Characteristic of simple animals; there are multiple ways to…
Characteristic of more advanced animals; only one way to slic…
Cellular characteristics of animals
Eukaryotic cells; no cell wall; consumers; motile
# of species of animals known
1.7 million
General Biology- Animal Kingdom
Animal Characteristics
Sponges
Cnidaria
Flatworms
Heterotrophic- can't photosynthesis ... Multicellular ... No cell w…
Multicellular, no true tissues or germ layer, no symmetry
True tissues, radial symmetry, two germ layers ... Example: Jell…
bilateral symmetry, three germ layers, no body cavity
Animal Characteristics
Heterotrophic- can't photosynthesis ... Multicellular ... No cell w…
Sponges
Multicellular, no true tissues or germ layer, no symmetry
BIOLOGY ANIMAL KINGDOM
Archaebacteria
Bacteria
Protists
Fungi
Single-celled, have no cell nucleus.... EXAMPLE: Bacteria that c…
Single-celled, have no cell nucleus... EXAMPLE: These are ALL ot…
Many are single celled, have cell walls. They are different f…
Cannot move, have no chlorophyll, have cell walls. They do ha…
Archaebacteria
Single-celled, have no cell nucleus.... EXAMPLE: Bacteria that c…
Bacteria
Single-celled, have no cell nucleus... EXAMPLE: These are ALL ot…
30 terms
Biology - Animal Kingdom Study
Heterotropic
Sessile
Zygote
Cleavage
Obtain food from outside sources.
Animals that do not move.
A single, fertilized egg cell.
A process where zygotes begin to divide.
Heterotropic
Obtain food from outside sources.
Sessile
Animals that do not move.
Biology - Animal Kingdom
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
Nematoda
aka sponges; means animal that contains holes; are sessile fe…
contains cnidocyte or venomous cells that helps collect and t…
aka flat worms; lacks a coelom and other body cavities; can b…
aka the roundworms; very long and narrow; body symmetry: bila…
Porifera
aka sponges; means animal that contains holes; are sessile fe…
Cnidaria
contains cnidocyte or venomous cells that helps collect and t…
Biology Animal Kingdom
EX: Phylum Porifera
EX: Phylum Cnidaria
EX: Phylum Platyhelmithes
EX: Phylum Nematoda
Sponges
Jellyfish, Sea anemones, Hydra and Coral
Planaria, tapeworms, and many parasites
Ascaris parasite roundwarm that lives in the intestines of pi…
EX: Phylum Porifera
Sponges
EX: Phylum Cnidaria
Jellyfish, Sea anemones, Hydra and Coral
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Biology - Animal Kingdom Notes
Zoology = _____.
What does it mean when an animal is mo…
What does it mean when an animal is se…
Animals with an exoskeleton (invertebr…
the study of the animal kingdom
it can move to different places
it is fixed in one place; Examples = sea anemone and coral
insects and mollusks (smaller animals)
Zoology = _____.
the study of the animal kingdom
What does it mean when an animal is mo…
it can move to different places
biology- animal kingdom vocab
blastula
gastrula
bilateral
radial
an embryonic stage that marks the end of clevage during anima…
the embryonic stage resulting from gastrulation in animal dev…
orgnaism can be divided equally by a single cut passing longi…
organism like pieces of pie around an imaginary central axis.…
blastula
an embryonic stage that marks the end of clevage during anima…
gastrula
the embryonic stage resulting from gastrulation in animal dev…
Biology Kingdom Animalia Animal examples
phylum porifera
phylum cnidaria
phylum Echinodermata
phylum hemichordata
sea sponge
corals, jellyfish
sea star
Acorn worms
phylum porifera
sea sponge
phylum cnidaria
corals, jellyfish
Biology Animal Kingdom Phylums
1.) Porifera
2.) Cnidaria
3.) Platyhelmenthes
4.) Nematoda
pore bearer ex. sponges ... 2 Cell Layers ... no tissues, organs, o…
ex. corals, jellyfish, anemones, and hydra... 2 Cell Layers ... no…
ex. flatworms, flukes, and tapeworms ... (least complex worm)... 3…
ex. pinworms, hookworms, ascaris, trichinella
1.) Porifera
pore bearer ex. sponges ... 2 Cell Layers ... no tissues, organs, o…
2.) Cnidaria
ex. corals, jellyfish, anemones, and hydra... 2 Cell Layers ... no…
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Biology 102 Animal Kingdom
Symmetry
Radial Symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
Anterior
The shape of the animal
Cylindrical in shape
May be divided into a left and right side
Front
Symmetry
The shape of the animal
Radial Symmetry
Cylindrical in shape
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