Lab Practical PT2

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    • Physalia
    • Man o' War
    • Aurilia
    • moonjelly

  1. 1 -4
    • Planaria
    • 1. eyespots
    • 2. Auricle
    • 3. Gastrovascular cavity
    • 4. Pharynx
  2. Fascicola
  3. Fertlilized egg
  4. 4 - cell stage
  5. 8 - cell stage
  6. 16 - cell stage
    • Blastula
    • - Blastula

  7. What is this and what is being pointed at
    • Early Gastrula
    • - Blastocoel
    • - Yolk Plug

  8. What is this and what is being pointed at?
    • Gastrula
    • -Archenteron
    • -Endoderm
    • -Blstocoel
    • -Yolk Plug
    • -Ectoderm

  9. What is this and what is being pointed at?
    • Early Neural Plate
    • -Neural Plate
    • - Notochord develops here
    • -Archenteron

  10. What is this and what is being pointed at?
    • Neural tube stage
    • -Nueral tube
    • Late Neural tube stage
    • -Neural tube
    • -Notochord
    • -Gut
  11. Who created the system in which animals are classified what is it called?
    Carl Linneaus / Linnean System
  12. The names of each category are preferred by rules of nomenclature to be unique and are regulated by the _____________________________
    International Code of Zoological Nomenclature
  13. Why is latin used ?
    Its a 'dead' language and the meaning doesnt change
  14. Groups of actually or potentially interbreeding natural populations which are reproductively isolated from other such groups
    Species
  15. Higher class is called _______-
    Super-
  16. Lower class is called ______-
    Sub
  17. Lowest sub category is called _______ -
    Infra-
  18. The first rounds of mitosis is called __________
    cleavage
  19. Cleavage leads to a hollow ball of cells called a ________
    Blastula
  20. The space within the blastula is called the ______
    Blastocoel
  21. __________ follows the blastula stage
    Gastrulation
  22. This process is characterized by cell movement resulting in the formation of a __________
    Gastrula
  23. Lowest maginifaction - the highest
    4, 10, or 40x
  24. The smallest , complete unit of life is a ?
    Cell
  25. Two types of cells
    Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic
  26. Meiosis takes place into the ? cells
    Germs
  27. Mitosis takes place in the ? cells
    somatic
  28. The primary purpose of meiosis is to produce ?
    Gametes
  29. Three types of cells found in sponge and their function
    • pinacoyates - protects
    • mesenchyme - digestion and secetion
    • choanocytes - traps food particles
  30. Three body types of sponges from the least to the most complex
    • Ascon
    • Sycon
    • Leucon
  31. What is in the Phylum Porifera
    Sponges
  32. What is in the Phylum Cnidaria
    Jellyfish, corals, sea anemones
  33. Cnidarian Charateristics
    • Tissues
    • Radial symmetry
    • Cnidocytes
  34. What are cnidocytes?
    Stinging cells on tentacles
  35. Two types of body forms for Cnidarians and the animals they apply too
    • Polyp - hydras, sea anemones, and coral
    • Medusa - jellyfish
  36. Hyrda occurs in ? form but produces ? and ?
    poylp / sexually/ asexually
  37. Physalia also known as ? is a ? colony with both ? (____) and ? (_____) stages found on different parts
    Man o' war / pelagic / medusa (sexually) / polyp (asexual)
  38. Obelia, hydra, and Physalia all memebers of Class ?
    Hydrozoa
  39. Moon jelly fish (Aurelia) and the Cabbage head jellyfish are members of the class ?
    Anthozoa
  40. What is platyhelminthes?
    flatworms
  41. What are the characteristics of Flatworms
    • triploblastic animals
    • bilateral symmetry
    • tissue
    • organ developement
    • flat wormlike body
    • no body cavity
    • some free living / parasitic
  42. What are some parastic flatworms
    Flukes and tapeworms
  43. What are some free-living flatworms
    Planaria
  44. Planaria are members of ? and most are ? they exhibat ?
    Turbellaria/ freeliving/ cephalization
  45. Sense organs are concentrated at one end of the body
    Cephalization
  46. Fascicola is a member Class? which only contains ? parasites
    Tremaroda / internal
  47. The adult fluke lives in human but 2 intermediate host ? and ? are required to complete the life cycle
    Verabrate / inverabrate
  48. The Dipylidium is also known as ?
    Dog tapeworm
  49. Tapeworms are members of Class ? and are all ? parasites
    Cestoda / Internal
  50. Enterobious
  51. Necator

  52. Sex & 5
    • Male Ascaris
    • Testis

  53. Sex & 4
    • Female Ascaris
    • Uterus

  54. 1 & 8
    • Rotifer
    • 1. Corona
    • 8. Toe
  55. Snail Radula

  56. Foot/mantle/Gills/adductor muscles
    Bivalue

  57. 11
    • Nereis
    • 11. Parapodia
  58. Phylum Nematoda include
    Roundworms
  59. Nematodes are ?
    Psueaocoelomates
  60. What is in the Phylum Rotifera
    Rotifers
  61. What is in the phylum Mollucsa and what are the 4 classes studied
    • Mollucs - Snails , clams, squid
    • C. Polyplacophora / Gastropoda / Bivalvia / Cephalopoda
  62. Class Polyplacophora include
    Chitons
  63. Class Gastropoda include
    Snails
  64. What is the function of radula?
    Teeth / digestion
  65. Class Bivalvia include
    Clams and osyster
  66. Bivalvias do not have a _________!
    Radula
  67. Class Cephalopoda include
    Octopus and squids
  68. What is the most advanced class in the phylum mollusca?
    Cephalopoda
  69. What is in the Phylum Annelida?
    Segmented worms (earthworms / leeches)
  70. Segments that are equal in size are called?
    Metameres
  71. Class Polychaeta include
    Marine worms - Nereis
  72. Subclass oligochaeta include
    Earthworms
  73. Subclass Hirudinea include
    Leeches

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