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tissue
connective tissue
ectoderm
embryological germ layer
endoderm
A body tissue that provides support for the body and connects…
outermost germ layer; produces sense organs, nerves, and oute…
has four different germ layers
innermost germ layer, develops into the linings of the digest…
connective tissue
A body tissue that provides support for the body and connects…
ectoderm
outermost germ layer; produces sense organs, nerves, and oute…
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A&P Tissues: Germ Layers
tissues
extracellular matrix
primary tissues
histology
collections of similar cells and the substances surrounding t…
substances surrounding cells
epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous tissue
the microscopic study of tissues
tissues
collections of similar cells and the substances surrounding t…
extracellular matrix
substances surrounding cells
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Nervous System Development
Beginning of 3rd week
Primary Germ Layer
Ectoderm
Mesoderm
Cells develop into disk w/ 3 primary germ layers
Earliest tissues from which all other tissues develop
Outer layer... Primary germ layer
Middle layer... Primary germ layer
Beginning of 3rd week
Cells develop into disk w/ 3 primary germ layers
Primary Germ Layer
Earliest tissues from which all other tissues develop
7 terms
Embryonic germ layers
Three layers of tissue that give rise…
Forms the outer layer of cells
Gives rise to skin and nervous system
Cells that formed the tube-like struct…
•ectoderm... •mesoderm... •endoderm
Ectoderm
Ectoderm
Endoderm
Three layers of tissue that give rise…
•ectoderm... •mesoderm... •endoderm
Forms the outer layer of cells
Ectoderm
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primary germ layer
ectoderm
ectoderm
ectoderm
ectoderm
epidermis of the skin
nervous system
teeth enamel
lining of teeth and mouth
ectoderm
epidermis of the skin
ectoderm
nervous system
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BSC2011 UNIT 1 Terebelski Germ Layer Derivatives
Outer germ layer developed during gast…
Middle germ layer developed during gas…
Inner germ layer developed during gast…
Outerskin
Ectoderm
Mesoderm
Endoderm
Ectoderm
Outer germ layer developed during gast…
Ectoderm
Middle germ layer developed during gas…
Mesoderm
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Bio215 Animal Development and Phylogeny
Animal Kingdom
Fertilization
Zygote
Cleavage
eukaryotic, multicellular, nonphotosynthesizing, and primaril…
where development begins; the union of the haploid male sperm…
the fertilized egg; single cell that is diploid
increases the cell number
Animal Kingdom
eukaryotic, multicellular, nonphotosynthesizing, and primaril…
Fertilization
where development begins; the union of the haploid male sperm…
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nervous system development
begining of 3rd week
primary germ layers
ectoderm
mesoderm
cells develop into disc with 3 primary germs layers
earliest tssiues from which all other tissues develop
outer layer
middle layer
begining of 3rd week
cells develop into disc with 3 primary germs layers
primary germ layers
earliest tssiues from which all other tissues develop
Nervous tissue, Muscle tissue, Embryonic Germ Layers
Nervous tissue
neurons
supporting cells
Muscle tissue
makes up the nervous system and regulates and controls body f…
highly specialized nerve cells that generate and conduct nerv…
nonconducting cells that support, insulate and protect the de…
highly cellular, well-vascularized tissues that are responsib…
Nervous tissue
makes up the nervous system and regulates and controls body f…
neurons
highly specialized nerve cells that generate and conduct nerv…
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Animal Characteristics - Key Terms
Asymmetry
Radial symmetry
Bilateral symmetry
Anterior
Symmetry in which both halves of a composition are not identi…
Symmetry around a central axis. (starfish)
Body plan in which only a single, imaginary line can divide t…
Front of the body
Asymmetry
Symmetry in which both halves of a composition are not identi…
Radial symmetry
Symmetry around a central axis. (starfish)
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Unit 01: An Introduction to Animals Vocabulary Flashcards
Heterotroph
Multicellular
Eukaryotic
Invertebrate
...
...
...
...
Heterotroph
...
Multicellular
...
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Early Development
Embryogenesis
Fetal period
Teratology
Fertilization
First 8 weeks of human development
Development from embryogenesis till birth
The study of the embryological origins and causes for birth d…
process by which the sperm and oocyte unite
Embryogenesis
First 8 weeks of human development
Fetal period
Development from embryogenesis till birth
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Tissues
Epithelial Tissue
Muscular Tissue
Nervous Tissue
Connective Tissue
the major covering of the external surface of the body; forms…
tissue that contracts and moves various parts of the body.
tissue made up of neurons (conductive) and supportive cells.
fills internal spaces, provides structural support for other…
Epithelial Tissue
the major covering of the external surface of the body; forms…
Muscular Tissue
tissue that contracts and moves various parts of the body.
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Anatomy tissue terms
germ layers
mesoderm
ectoderm
endoderm
inner layer, outer layer develop early in embryonic life thro…
the middle layer
the outermost layer
the inner layer
germ layers
inner layer, outer layer develop early in embryonic life thro…
mesoderm
the middle layer
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Animal Kingdom
Ectoderm
endoderm
diploblastic
triploblastic
the outer germ layer that develops into skin and nervous tissue
the inner germ layer that develops into the lining of the dig…
having 2 germ layers: ectoderm and endoderm.
has three germ layers: the ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm.
Ectoderm
the outer germ layer that develops into skin and nervous tissue
endoderm
the inner germ layer that develops into the lining of the dig…
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Animal Kingdom
Fertilization
Zygote
Blastula
Blastocoel
the union of the haploid male sperm with the haploid female egg
fertilized egg
hollow ball of cells
central cavity
Fertilization
the union of the haploid male sperm with the haploid female egg
Zygote
fertilized egg
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Lecture 12 Early Brain development
the elaborate architecture of the adul…
gastrulation
3 germ layers
ectoderm
product of cell-to-cell signals, genetic instructions and the…
the process of coordinated cell movements, including the movi…
endoderm... mesoderm... ectoderm
the outside skin... - forms the outer layer
the elaborate architecture of the adul…
product of cell-to-cell signals, genetic instructions and the…
gastrulation
the process of coordinated cell movements, including the movi…
51 terms
Animal development
Gastrulstion
Layer
Receptors
Polyspermy
When the blastula folds on itself, rearranging into a multila…
Fertilization: first the sperm dissolves or penetrate any pro…
Fertilization: molecules on the sperm surface bind to ______…
Fertilization: changes at the surface of the egg prevent ____…
Gastrulstion
When the blastula folds on itself, rearranging into a multila…
Layer
Fertilization: first the sperm dissolves or penetrate any pro…
25 terms
Germ Cell layers (Simple)
Pancreas
Liver
Thyroid
Lung
endoderm
endoderm
endoderm
endoderm
Pancreas
endoderm
Liver
endoderm
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Campbell Biology Chapter 47, Campbell biology chapter 47
Acrosomal reaction
Fast block to polyspermy
cortical reaction
vitalline membrane
The discharge of hydrolytic enzymes from the acrosome, a vesi…
______ ______ _____ is the depolarization of the egg plasma m…
(FIRST STAGE OF FERTILIZATION) ____ _____ is he changing of t…
yolk covering
Acrosomal reaction
The discharge of hydrolytic enzymes from the acrosome, a vesi…
Fast block to polyspermy
______ ______ _____ is the depolarization of the egg plasma m…
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0.3 Embryology
Zygote
Embryonic stage of development
Fetal stage of development
Fertilization
the cell that results from the union of the female oocyte and…
Fertilization—Day 56/ (end of 8th week). By the end of this p…
Day 57—birth (until the fetus is completely outside of the mo…
A complex sequence of events that begins with the male sperm…
Zygote
the cell that results from the union of the female oocyte and…
Embryonic stage of development
Fertilization—Day 56/ (end of 8th week). By the end of this p…
186 terms
SJJ Biology: 2014-2015: Unit 11: Animalia and Invertebrates
Four defining characteristics of the K…
Animals are classified into phylum bas…
Blastula
Blastocele
Eukaryotes... Heterotrophs... Lack cell walls... Multi-cellular
Cell specialization... Body symmetry... Early development... Body cavi…
Hollow sphere of cells surrounding a fluid-filled cavity form…
Fluid-filled central cavity of the blastula
Four defining characteristics of the K…
Eukaryotes... Heterotrophs... Lack cell walls... Multi-cellular
Animals are classified into phylum bas…
Cell specialization... Body symmetry... Early development... Body cavi…
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Study Guide A&P 1 -- Chapter 5 Tissues
tissue
histology
epithelial
nervous
Groups of cells that have a similar structure and perform a r…
the study of tissue
tissue with a good ability to regenerate
tissue which cannot regenerate
tissue
Groups of cells that have a similar structure and perform a r…
histology
the study of tissue
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Human Biology Current Issues Ch 9, 13, 21 Human Repro, growth, AIDS
cleavage
blastocyst
gastrulation
endoderm
The series of cell divisions that occur immediately following…
Stage of early embryonic development: product of cleavage; ho…
process whereby the blastula is transformed by massive moveme…
the inner germ layer that develops into the lining of the dig…
cleavage
The series of cell divisions that occur immediately following…
blastocyst
Stage of early embryonic development: product of cleavage; ho…
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Development
Implantation
Gastrulation
ectoderm
endoderm
First stage... morula grows and hollow circle forms in center... bl…
inner cell mass of blastocyst sorts into two layers ... now ther…
skin and nervous system
digestive system
Implantation
First stage... morula grows and hollow circle forms in center... bl…
Gastrulation
inner cell mass of blastocyst sorts into two layers ... now ther…
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animal practical
multicellular
heterotrophic
invertebrates
exoskeleton
specialized cell... -all animals ... (animal characteristics)
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
animals without backbones... (animal characteristics)
hard or touch outer coverings that provide a framework of sup…
multicellular
specialized cell... -all animals ... (animal characteristics)
heterotrophic
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
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Early Brain Development
the elaborate architecture of the adul…
gastrulation
3 germ layers
ectoderm
cell to cell signals, genetic instructions, and their consequ…
the process of coordinated cell movements including the movin…
endoderm... mesoderm... ectoderm
the outer layer, the outside skin
the elaborate architecture of the adul…
cell to cell signals, genetic instructions, and their consequ…
gastrulation
the process of coordinated cell movements including the movin…
14 terms
Study vocab ch. 27
Blastula
Ectoderm
Endoderm
Mesoderm
Zygote undergoes cell division that form a hollow ball of cells
outermost germ layer; produces sense organs, nerves, and oute…
innermost germ layer; develops into the linings of the digest…
middle germ layer; develops into muscles, and much of the cir…
Blastula
Zygote undergoes cell division that form a hollow ball of cells
Ectoderm
outermost germ layer; produces sense organs, nerves, and oute…
25 terms
Evolution
Characteristics of Animals
Ediacarain Period
Cambrain Period
Ordovician Period
Multicellular, eukaryotic, heterotrophic, mobile, tissues dev…
First evidence of animals on earth, still had many plant like…
"Big Bang of Animal Evolution"... Complex ecosystems, first ance…
GODE
Characteristics of Animals
Multicellular, eukaryotic, heterotrophic, mobile, tissues dev…
Ediacarain Period
First evidence of animals on earth, still had many plant like…
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Animal Practical Terms, Concepts, and Examples
multicellular
heterotrophic
invertebrates
exoskeleton
organism that is made of many cells that function together ... (…
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
animals without backbones... (animal characteristics)
hard or tough outer coverings that provide support... (animal ch…
multicellular
organism that is made of many cells that function together ... (…
heterotrophic
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
137 terms
Animal Practical Terms, Concepts, and Examples
multicellular
heterotrophic
invertebrates
exoskeleton
organism that is made of many cells that function together ... (…
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
animals without backbones... (animal characteristics)
hard or tough outer coverings that provide support... (animal ch…
multicellular
organism that is made of many cells that function together ... (…
heterotrophic
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
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Test: 34.4
Deuterostome
Protosome
In the protosome development, the Blas…
In protosome development, what cleavag…
First opening is anus ... Second opening is mouth
First opening is mouth ... Second opening is anus
Mouth
Spiral cleavage
Deuterostome
First opening is anus ... Second opening is mouth
Protosome
First opening is mouth ... Second opening is anus
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Amphibian development
fertilization
cleavage
gastrulation
organogenesis
a process, beginning with contact between the egg and sperm,…
(embryology) the repeated division of a fertilized ovum
the process in which a gastrula develops from a blastula by t…
process by which cells continue to differentiate to form orga…
fertilization
a process, beginning with contact between the egg and sperm,…
cleavage
(embryology) the repeated division of a fertilized ovum
Animal Kingdom
Synapomorphy
Cephalisation
Segmentation
Animals
shared derived characters or trait
the development of an anterior end where the sensory organs a…
division into a number of parts that are similar; refers to t…
multicelluar, heterotrophic eukaryotes with tissues that deve…
Synapomorphy
shared derived characters or trait
Cephalisation
the development of an anterior end where the sensory organs a…
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Animal Practical Terms, Concepts, and Examples
multicellular
heterotrophic
invertebrates
exoskeleton
organism that is made of many cells that function together ... (…
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
animals without backbones... (animal characteristics)
hard or tough outer coverings that provide support... (animal ch…
multicellular
organism that is made of many cells that function together ... (…
heterotrophic
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
185 terms
Animal Practical Terms, Concepts, and Examples
multicellular
heterotrophic
invertebrates
exoskeleton
organism that is made of many cells that function together ... (…
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
animals without backbones... (animal characteristics)
hard or tough outer coverings that provide support... (animal ch…
multicellular
organism that is made of many cells that function together ... (…
heterotrophic
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
19 terms
Animal Development
Zygote
Embryo
Diploid (2n)
Haploid (n)
Fertilized egg cell; diploid (2n)
The developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertil…
Organism or cell that has 2 sets of chromosomes or twice the…
Organism or cell having only 1 complete set of chromosomes. I…
Zygote
Fertilized egg cell; diploid (2n)
Embryo
The developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertil…
11 terms
BIOL 2401 Vocabulary 4.1 (The Tissue Level of Organization: Types of Tissues and Their Origins)
tissue
Histology
pathologist
epithelial tissue
A group of similar cells and their intercellular substance jo…
Microscopic study of the structure of tissues.
A physician who specializes in laboratory studies of cells an…
The tissue that forms the innermost and outermost surfaces of…
tissue
A group of similar cells and their intercellular substance jo…
Histology
Microscopic study of the structure of tissues.
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AP chapter 4 tissues
differentiation
tissue
histology
histology provides
Cells produced are not all alike; process by which cells deve…
an aggregation of many similar cells that perform a specific…
study of tissues
excellent examples of how structures in the body have cellula…
differentiation
Cells produced are not all alike; process by which cells deve…
tissue
an aggregation of many similar cells that perform a specific…
8 terms
Bio Honors kingdom animalia vocab
body plan
tissue
gastrulation
endoderm
animal's overall structure
group of similar cells that are organized into a functional u…
process of forming layers of cells in developing embryos; sta…
"inner skin"; gives rise to the lining of the gut
body plan
animal's overall structure
tissue
group of similar cells that are organized into a functional u…
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Dr Feller Lecture 29
Fertilization
acrosomal reaction
acrosome
importance of calcium wave
when sperm meets egg and other shit happens like depolarization
triggered when the sperm meets the egg
the tip of the sperm, releases hydrolytic enzymes that digest…
1. control granule release which is key for avoiding polysper…
Fertilization
when sperm meets egg and other shit happens like depolarization
acrosomal reaction
triggered when the sperm meets the egg
118 terms
Anatomy and physiology chapter 5 and 6
histology
Tissue
Tissues of the body
Embryonic tissues
Study of tissues and how they are arranged in the organ.
A group of similar cells that work together to perform a spec…
Epithelial... Connective ... Nervous ... Muscle... They differ in types…
includes primary germ layers, endo derm, mesoderm and ectoder…
histology
Study of tissues and how they are arranged in the organ.
Tissue
A group of similar cells that work together to perform a spec…
25 terms
Vocab: Survey of Animal Kingdom
Ectoderm
mesoderm
endoderm
deuterostomes
the outer germ layer that develops into skin and nervous tissue
the middle germ layer that develops into muscle and bone and…
the inner germ layer that develops into the lining of the dig…
One of two distinct evolutionary lines of coelomates, consist…
Ectoderm
the outer germ layer that develops into skin and nervous tissue
mesoderm
the middle germ layer that develops into muscle and bone and…
39 terms
fertilization and development
fertilization
zygote
embryonic development
basic processes of embryonic development
process in sexual reproduction in which male and female repro…
fertilized egg (diploid)
complex series of events that give rise to an adult organism
cell division (mitosis), differentiation, morphogenesis
fertilization
process in sexual reproduction in which male and female repro…
zygote
fertilized egg (diploid)
125 terms
animal practical
multicellular
heterotrophic
invertebrates
exoskeleton
specialized cell... -all animals ... (animal characteristics)
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
animals without backbones... (animal characteristics)
hard or touch outer coverings that provide a framework of sup…
multicellular
specialized cell... -all animals ... (animal characteristics)
heterotrophic
must feed on other organisms to obtain nutrients... (animal char…
26 terms
HUMAN EMBRYOLOGY CHAPTER 2: GERM LAYERS
Blastocyst, bilaminar embryo, trilamin…
implantation
inner cell mass
trophoblast
Three items that make up the embryo
blastocyst embeds in uterine lining during this stage
inner ball of cells
outer layer of cells
Blastocyst, bilaminar embryo, trilamin…
Three items that make up the embryo
implantation
blastocyst embeds in uterine lining during this stage
25 terms
Development of the Nervous System
Trilaminar Germ Disk Formation
Ectoderm
Mesoderm
Endoderm
-rapid division... -develops into 3 basic germ cells that will p…
becomes skin and nerve tissue
Middle germ layer... -origin of connective tissues, myoblasts, b…
innermost layer... -origin of epithelium of the pharynx, respira…
Trilaminar Germ Disk Formation
-rapid division... -develops into 3 basic germ cells that will p…
Ectoderm
becomes skin and nerve tissue
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Dynamic of Life: Chapter 25 Animal Development
blastula
deuterostome
ectoderm
endoderm
hollow ball of cells surrounding a fluid-filled space;formed…
One of two types of coelomates (the other is the protostomes)…
The outermost of the three germ layers in the gastrula of ani…
the inner germ layer of the gastrula that develops into the l…
blastula
hollow ball of cells surrounding a fluid-filled space;formed…
deuterostome
One of two types of coelomates (the other is the protostomes)…
12 terms
Chapter 2: Invertebrate Classification and relationships
Metazoans
acellular
unicellular
bilaterally symmetrical
are the oldest fossils of multicellular animals
without cells
singled celled
possess right and left sides that are approximate mirror imag…
Metazoans
are the oldest fossils of multicellular animals
acellular
without cells
10 terms
B. (Ch.6) Principal Tissues & ECM
Tissue
Matrix
Four Major Types of Tissue
Embryonic Development of Tissues
Group of similar cells that perform a common function
Nonliving intercellular material
Epithelial Tissue... Connective Tissue... Muscle Tissue... Nervous Tis…
Primary Germ Layers:... - Endoderm... - Mesoderm... - Ectoderm
Tissue
Group of similar cells that perform a common function
Matrix
Nonliving intercellular material
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