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Zoology
radial symmetry
sessile
bilateral symmetry
morula
body plan in which any number of imaginary planes drawn throu…
Describes an organism that remains attached to a surface for…
Body plan in which only a single, imaginary line can divide t…
A solid ball of cells that makes up an embryo; in humans, thi…
radial symmetry
body plan in which any number of imaginary planes drawn throu…
sessile
Describes an organism that remains attached to a surface for…
48 terms
zoology
porifera
calcarea
hexactinellida
demospongiae
phylum that is at the cell level- basic organism (sponges)
sponges made of calcium carbonate (class)
sponges made of silica (class)
sponges made of spongin (class)
porifera
phylum that is at the cell level- basic organism (sponges)
calcarea
sponges made of calcium carbonate (class)
32 terms
Zoology
Grantia Cross Section
Calcareous Spicules
Grantia
Leucosolenia
Grantia Cross Section
Calcareous Spicules
23 terms
Zoology
Centriole
Chloroplast
Chromosome
Cilia, flagella
Forms basal body cilia and flagella: functions in mitotic spi…
Traps,transforms, and uses light energy to convert carbon dio…
controls heredity and cellular activity
cilia and flagella move small particles past fixed cells and…
Centriole
Forms basal body cilia and flagella: functions in mitotic spi…
Chloroplast
Traps,transforms, and uses light energy to convert carbon dio…
Zoology
Alfred Russell Wallace
Natural Selection
3 Criteria for Natural Selection
Phylogenetic constraints
Forgotten co-founder of the Theory of Evolution by Natural Se…
A process in which organisms with certain inherited character…
1.Variation... 2.Heritable... 3.Competition
A. Imperfections... B. Canalization - can't go back (body plans…
Alfred Russell Wallace
Forgotten co-founder of the Theory of Evolution by Natural Se…
Natural Selection
A process in which organisms with certain inherited character…
85 terms
Zoology
radial symmetry
sessile
bilateral symmetry
morula
body plan in which any number of imaginary planes drawn throu…
Describes an organism that remains attached to a surface for…
Body plan in which only a single, imaginary line can divide t…
A solid ball of cells that makes up an embryo; in humans, thi…
radial symmetry
body plan in which any number of imaginary planes drawn throu…
sessile
Describes an organism that remains attached to a surface for…
13 terms
Zoology
rainforest
mammals
habitat
reptiles
rainforest
mammals
27 terms
Zoology
Phylum Arthropoda-Subphylum Hexapoda-C…
Phylum Arthropoda-Subphylum Hexapoda-C…
Phylum Arthropoda-Subphylum Hexapoda-C…
Phylum Arthropoda-Subphylum Hexapoda-C…
Mosquito
Flea
Head Lise
Fruit Fly
Phylum Arthropoda-Subphylum Hexapoda-C…
Mosquito
Phylum Arthropoda-Subphylum Hexapoda-C…
Flea
Zoology
Sessile
Exoskeleton
Ventral
Caudal
An organism that is permanently attached to the ground.
A system of tough plates protecting an organism.
The underneath side or lower body surface.
The tail region of an organism.
Sessile
An organism that is permanently attached to the ground.
Exoskeleton
A system of tough plates protecting an organism.
26 terms
Zoology
omnivore
carnivore
herbivore
habitat
An animal that eats both plants and animals
An animal that eats only meat.
A consumer that eats only plants.
Place where an organism lives
omnivore
An animal that eats both plants and animals
carnivore
An animal that eats only meat.
87 terms
Zoology
Phylum Dinoflagellata
Phylum Zoomastigina, trypanosome
Phylum Apicomplexa Genus Plasmodium
Phylum Bacillariophyta... (Diatoms)
Phylum Dinoflagellata
Phylum Zoomastigina, trypanosome
Zoology
ecology
parasitology
paleontology
antrhopology
study of organisms
study of parasites which are organisms that obtain food and s…
the study of prehistoric organisms
study of human kind
ecology
study of organisms
parasitology
study of parasites which are organisms that obtain food and s…
21 terms
zoology
ectoderm
endoderm
mesoderm
cephilization
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…
concentration of sense organs and nerve cells at the anterior…
ectoderm
outermost germ layer; produces sense organs, nerves, and oute…
endoderm
innermost germ layer; develops into the linings of the digest…
596 terms
Zoology
which hormone promotes the secretion o…
the flow of arterial blood downward al…
the blood vessel that provides oxygen…
the evolution of the alimentary system…
angiotension
behavioral thermoregulation
coronary artery
extracellular digestion
which hormone promotes the secretion o…
angiotension
the flow of arterial blood downward al…
behavioral thermoregulation
10 terms
Zoology
arach-
arthro-
brachi-
crusta-
spider
Joint
Arm
shell
arach-
spider
arthro-
Joint
11 terms
Zoology
Eutely
water vascular system
Bipinnaria
Asteroidea
all individuals posses the same number of cells
how do Echinoderms locomote
Echinoderm larva
The echinoderm class that include star-fish
Eutely
all individuals posses the same number of cells
water vascular system
how do Echinoderms locomote
Zoology
Tissue
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Loose connective tissue
any of the distinct types of material of which animals or pla…
tissue is specialized to form the covering or lining of all i…
tissue that connects, supports, binds, or separates other tis…
holds organs in place and attaches epithelial tissues to othe…
Tissue
any of the distinct types of material of which animals or pla…
Epithelial tissue
tissue is specialized to form the covering or lining of all i…
208 terms
Zoology
general characteristics of the Protozo…
number of different Kingdoms of protoz…
symbiosis
Mutualism
• Most are unicelled, others are colonial but all have a prot…
2
• Close and sometimes long term interaction between different…
both individuals derive a benefit. Hermit Crab-Sea Anemone
general characteristics of the Protozo…
• Most are unicelled, others are colonial but all have a prot…
number of different Kingdoms of protoz…
2
Zoology
Mantle
Radula
Gills
Open Circulatory system
the shell of a mollusk
Rasp like structure with teeth
Organ that allows organisms to breathe underwater
Pump blood into hemocoel
Mantle
the shell of a mollusk
Radula
Rasp like structure with teeth
45 terms
Zoology
Oviparous
Oviviparous
Viviparous
Primates
Egg laying
Eggs inside mother
Live birth
Order of mammals including humans
Oviparous
Egg laying
Oviviparous
Eggs inside mother
Zoology
Kingdom Animalia
Choanoflagellates
Phylum Porifera
How do sponges feed?
Monophyletic, Multicellular, Heterotrophic, All have blastula…
Solitary or colonial aquatic eukaryotes, with each cell carry…
Sponges
The beating of many tiny flagella, one per choanocyte, draws…
Kingdom Animalia
Monophyletic, Multicellular, Heterotrophic, All have blastula…
Choanoflagellates
Solitary or colonial aquatic eukaryotes, with each cell carry…
227 terms
zoology
Histology
Epithelium
Connective Tissue
Nervous tissue
is the study of the microscopic anatomy (microanatomy) of cel…
makes up glands, covering and lining tissue. It is the outer…
connect and support other tissues
neurons and neuroglia ((Brain, Spinal Chord) cells are cells…
Histology
is the study of the microscopic anatomy (microanatomy) of cel…
Epithelium
makes up glands, covering and lining tissue. It is the outer…
8 terms
Zoology
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Annelids
Phylum Arthropoda
Class Insecta
Characteristics: Multi cellular, Heterotroph
Characteristics: Bilateral Symmetry, Sense organs
Characteristics: The paired appendages (e.g., legs, antennae)…
Characteristics: Insects have three main body segments: the h…
Kingdom Animalia
Characteristics: Multi cellular, Heterotroph
Phylum Annelids
Characteristics: Bilateral Symmetry, Sense organs
161 terms
Zoology
Biology
Properties of Life
Levels of biological organization
Bacteria
Study of life
Order... Energy Processing... Response to Environment ... Regulation... R…
biosphere... ecosystem... community... population... organism... organ syste…
Prokaryote... Unicellular... No tissues... Yes cell wall... Heterotroph
Biology
Study of life
Properties of Life
Order... Energy Processing... Response to Environment ... Regulation... R…
407 terms
Zoology
Theory
Scientific method
What are the eight criteria of life?
What are the steps of the scientific m…
Hypothesis that explains a wide variety of phenomena and has…
Observation, question, hypothesis, empirical test, conclusions,
Chemical uniqueness: ... Complex & hierarchal organization: repr…
Observation, Question, Hypothesis, Empirical Tests, conclusio…
Theory
Hypothesis that explains a wide variety of phenomena and has…
Scientific method
Observation, question, hypothesis, empirical test, conclusions,
596 terms
Zoology
which hormone promotes the secretion o…
the flow of arterial blood downward al…
the blood vessel that provides oxygen…
the evolution of the alimentary system…
angiotension
behavioral thermoregulation
coronary artery
extracellular digestion
which hormone promotes the secretion o…
angiotension
the flow of arterial blood downward al…
behavioral thermoregulation
zoology
Tripoblastic
Coelom
Trochophore Larva
Bilateral Symmetry
Describing an animal having a body composed of three embryoni…
fluid-filled body cavity that is completely lined by tissue c…
a type of free-swimming planktonic marine larva with several…
a characteristic of animals that are capable of moving freely…
Tripoblastic
Describing an animal having a body composed of three embryoni…
Coelom
fluid-filled body cavity that is completely lined by tissue c…
69 terms
Zoology
Zoology (zoon) (logos)
Scientific Method synonym
Hypothesis
Theory
Biological study of animals. Including Diversity, Evolution,…
hypothetico-deductive Method.... 2 components: Hypothesis / The…
A possible explanation of observations. Must be TESTABLE and…
General principle or explanation of observed facts supported…
Zoology (zoon) (logos)
Biological study of animals. Including Diversity, Evolution,…
Scientific Method synonym
hypothetico-deductive Method.... 2 components: Hypothesis / The…
124 terms
ZOOLOGY
Chapter 1 & Appendix
Atom
Nucleus
Neutron, proton and electron
...
Smallest individual unit of matter
The center of an atom. Contains protons and neutrons.
protons - Charge +1, Mass 1... Neutrons- Charge 0, Mass 1... Electr…
Chapter 1 & Appendix
...
Atom
Smallest individual unit of matter
14 terms
Zoology
Asymmetrical
Symmetrical
Name the 8 levels of biological classi…
Who was Carlos Linnnaeus
Animals that are irregular in shape
Animals that are regular in shape
Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
A famous Botanist who created Binomial Nomenclature
Asymmetrical
Animals that are irregular in shape
Symmetrical
Animals that are regular in shape
48 terms
zoology
porifera
calcarea
hexactinellida
demospongiae
phylum that is at the cell level- basic organism (sponges)
sponges made of calcium carbonate (class)
sponges made of silica (class)
sponges made of spongin (class)
porifera
phylum that is at the cell level- basic organism (sponges)
calcarea
sponges made of calcium carbonate (class)
Zoology
Animals
Viviparous... Examples:... Horse... Tiger... Cow... B…
Oviparous... Examples:... Fish... Snake... Sea tur…
Sounds
______are living things and they have certain characteristic.
Most animals multiply by giving birth to their young. These a…
Animals that are laying eggs are called______.
Animals produces different _____ to talk with one another and…
Animals
______are living things and they have certain characteristic.
Viviparous... Examples:... Horse... Tiger... Cow... B…
Most animals multiply by giving birth to their young. These a…
20 terms
Zoology
omnivore
carnivore
herbivore
habitat
An animal that eats both plants and animals
An animal that eats only meat.
A consumer that eats only plants.
Place where an organism lives
omnivore
An animal that eats both plants and animals
carnivore
An animal that eats only meat.
29 terms
Zoology
Squids belongs to what phylum of Mollu…
Clams belongs to what phylum of Mollus…
The mantle secretes what protective... La…
What are the 3 main body sections... Of a…
Cephalopoda
Bivalvia
Shell
Viceral mass, mantle and foot
Squids belongs to what phylum of Mollu…
Cephalopoda
Clams belongs to what phylum of Mollus…
Bivalvia
11 terms
Zoology
Turbellaria
Trematoda
Clonorchis sinensis
Fasciola hepatica
Class of Free Living Flatworms including Planaria?
Class of Flukes?
Genus and species of Human Liver Fluke?
Genus and species of Sheep liver fluke?
Turbellaria
Class of Free Living Flatworms including Planaria?
Trematoda
Class of Flukes?
24 terms
Zoology
Blastula
Ectoderm
Endoderm
Mesoderm
Hollow ball of cells that gives rise to all the tissues & org…
The outer layer of embryonic tissue from which the skin & ner…
Inner layer of embryonic tissue from which the digestive orga…
Middle layer of embryonic tissue in animals from which the sk…
Blastula
Hollow ball of cells that gives rise to all the tissues & org…
Ectoderm
The outer layer of embryonic tissue from which the skin & ner…
8 terms
Zoology
Domain
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Eukarya
Animalia
Chordata
Mammalia
Domain
Eukarya
Kingdom
Animalia
zoology
phylum porifera
Phylum cnidarian
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Nematoda
Sponges (multi cellular)
Jelly fish, hydra, coral (different tissue)
Flat worm, tape worm, fluke (Bilateral symmetry)
Round worms, hook worms (Body cavity)
phylum porifera
Sponges (multi cellular)
Phylum cnidarian
Jelly fish, hydra, coral (different tissue)
Zoology
cephla
chondro
ichthy
meta
head/cephlapoda
cartilage/chondroictheyes
fish/osteichthyes
change/metamorphosis
cephla
head/cephlapoda
chondro
cartilage/chondroictheyes
6 terms
Zoology
zoology
characteristic of life (8)
anabolic
catabolic
animals, life histories, phisiology, morphology, reproduction
-movement... -adaptation... -irritability... -growth... -reproduction... -ho…
reactions that build
reactions that break down
zoology
animals, life histories, phisiology, morphology, reproduction
characteristic of life (8)
-movement... -adaptation... -irritability... -growth... -reproduction... -ho…
Zoology
Notochord
Pharyngeal slits
Tubular nerve chord
Postanal tail
Supportive rod. (Cartilage)
Breathing, filter feeders
Sensory perception, motor responses
Allows greater movement
Notochord
Supportive rod. (Cartilage)
Pharyngeal slits
Breathing, filter feeders
40 terms
zoology
invertebrates
porifera
chidaria
worms
no backbone
invertebrates
invertebrates
invertebrates
invertebrates
no backbone
porifera
invertebrates
Zoology
Phylum Echinodermata
1st class of Echinodermata
Starfish external anatomy
Starfish endoskelton
main characters: calcareous... spiny endoskelton made of... plates…
Sea Stars & Sea Daisies... • main characters: usually pentaradia…
• arms merge with central disc... • oral & aboral surfaces... • gr…
• mesodermal endoskeleon beneath epidermis... calcareous plates…
Phylum Echinodermata
main characters: calcareous... spiny endoskelton made of... plates…
1st class of Echinodermata
Sea Stars & Sea Daisies... • main characters: usually pentaradia…
zoology
endo
gastro
meso
tri
within
stomach
middle
three
endo
within
gastro
stomach
Zoology
Statocyst
Budding
Ocelli
Cnidocil
Sense organ of equilibrium
A form of asexual reproduction
Eye spot
Cell that holds the nematocysts
Statocyst
Sense organ of equilibrium
Budding
A form of asexual reproduction
zoology
Porifera
Cnidaria
Ctenophora
Platyhelminthes
sponges
jellyfish, coral
comb party
flat worms, tapeworms
Porifera
sponges
Cnidaria
jellyfish, coral
Zoology
ZOOLOGY
EUKARYOTES
HETEROTROPHS
MULTICELLULAR
STUDY OF ANIMALS
CONTAIN A MEMBRANE-BOUND NUCLEUS
OBTAINS ORGANIC AND INORGANIC RAW MATERIALS FROM THE ENVIRONM…
MADE UP OF MANY CELLS
ZOOLOGY
STUDY OF ANIMALS
EUKARYOTES
CONTAIN A MEMBRANE-BOUND NUCLEUS
30 terms
Zoology
Amphibian
Lobe fish
Live on land
Amphibians are
Both life
Crossopterygians
Metamorphosis
Ectothermic
Amphibian
Both life
Lobe fish
Crossopterygians
18 terms
Zoology
Ventral View
Dorsal View
Anterior View
Posterior View
Head, arms, tenacles
Fin, Mantle
Mantle comes to a point
See siphon
Ventral View
Head, arms, tenacles
Dorsal View
Fin, Mantle
Zoology
what does cleavage produce in the deve…
direct development
neuron
cephalization
blastula
no intermediate stage exists
a specialized cell transmitting nerve impules
a distinct head with sensory and brain structure in anterior…
what does cleavage produce in the deve…
blastula
direct development
no intermediate stage exists
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