Kingdom Anamalia

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  1. T/F ALL ANIMALS ARE MULTICELLULAR
    T
  2. WHAT TYPE OF CELLS DO ANIMALS HAVE?
    EUKARYOTIC
  3. WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF ANIMALS?
    VERTEBRATES INVERTEBRATES
  4. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A VERTEBRATE?
    THEY HAVE A BACKBONE
  5. WHAT PERCENT OF LIVING ANIMALS ARE INVERTEBRATES?
    95%
  6. BY WHAT MEANS ARE ANIMALS CONSUMERS?
    INGESTION
  7. WHAT TYPE OF REPRODUCTION DO ALL ANIMALS HAVE?
    SEXUAL
  8. T/F SOME ANIMALS STILL HAVE ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION
    T
  9. T/F ALL ANIMALS HAVE SOME FORM OF MOVENT AT ONE POINT IN THERE LIFE
    T
  10. DO ANIMAL CELLS HAVE CELLS WALLS?
    NO
  11. WHAT IS THE SHAPE OF THE CREATURE CALLED?
    SYMMETRY
  12. WHAT ARE THE 4 TYPES OF SYMMETRY?
    • ASYMMETRY
    • SPHERICAL
    • RADIAL
    • BILATERAL
  13. WHAT IS ASYMMETRY?
    HAVING NO SHAPE
  14. WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF AN ANIMAL WITH ASYMMETRY?
    AMOEBA
  15. WHAT IS SPHERICAL SYMMETRY?
    CIRCULAR SYMMETRY
  16. WHAT ARE 2 EXAMPLES OF ANIMALS WITH SPHERICAL SYMMETRY?
    • VOLVAX
    • COCCUS BACTERIA
  17. WHAT IS RADIAL SYMMETRY?
    HAVING A TUBE OR BELL SHAPED BODY THAT IS CENTERED AROUND A POINT
  18. WHAT IS BILATERAL SYMMETRY?
    THEY HAVE A 2 SIDED SHAPE
  19. WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT HUMAN BILATERAL SYMMETRY?
    WE CAN ONLY BE CUT ONE WAY TO HAVE 2 EQUAL HALVES
  20. WHAT IS THE UPPER SURFACE OF AN ANIMAL CALLED?
    DORSAL
  21. WHAT IS THE UNDERSIDE OF AN ANIMAL CALLED?
    VENTRAL
  22. WHAT IS THE FRONT OF AN ANIMAL CALLED?
    ANTERIOR
  23. WHAT IS THE BACK OF AN ANIMAL CALLED?
    POSTERIOR
  24. WHAT ARE THE 3 COMMON STEPS OF DEVELOPMENT FOR ANY ORGANISM?
    • ZYGOTE
    • BLASTULA
    • GASTRULA
  25. WHAT PROCESS DOES THE ZYGOTE GO THROUGH TO BECOME THE BLASTULA?
    MITOSIS
  26. WHAT IS RAPID MITOSIS CALLED?
    CLEAVAGE
  27. WHAT IS THE BLASTULA?
    A HOLLOW BALL OF CELLS
  28. WHAT IS THE BLASTOPORE?
    A POINT ON THE INSIDE OF THE GASTRULA
  29. IF THE BLASTOPORE BECOMES THE MOUTH, WHAT TYPE OF ANIMAL WILL FORM?
    PROTOSOME
  30. WHAT ARE EXAMPLES OF PROTOSOMES?
    • WORMS
    • ARTHROPODS
    • CLAMS
  31. IF THE BLASTOPORE BECOMES THE ANUS, WHAT TYPE OF ANIMAL WILL FORM?
    DEUTROSOMES
  32. WHAT ARE 2 EXAMPLES OF DEUTROSOMES?
    • VERTEBRATES
    • STAR FISH
  33. WHAT HAPPENS TO THE GERM LAYERS?
    THEY SPECIALIZE INTO ALL THE TISSUES AND ORGANS
  34. WHAT ARE THE 3 GERM LAYERS?
    • ECTODERM
    • MESODERM
    • ENDODERM
  35. WHAT DOES THE ECTODERM SPECALIZE INTO?
    THE SKIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM
  36. WHAT DOES THE MESODERM SPECIALIZE INTO?
    MUSCLE
  37. WHAT DOES THE ENDODERM SPECIALIZE INTO?
    DIGESTIVE SYSTEM LINING
  38. WHAT ARE THE 2 FINAL STEPS OF DEVELOPMENT FOR AN INSECT?
    • LARVA
    • ADULT
  39. WHAT IS A LARVA?
    AN IMMATURE ANIMAL
  40. WHAT ARE THE 3 FINAL STEPS OF DEVELOPMENT FOR A HUMAN?
    • EMBRYO
    • FETUS
    • INFANT
  41. WHAT PHYLUM DO SPONGES BELONG TO?
    PORIFERA
  42. T/F PORIFERA ARE NOT PORE BEARING
    F
  43. WHAT TYPE OF SYMMETRY DO SPONGES HAVE?
    RADIAL
  44. DO SPONGES HAVE TRUE ORGANS?
    NO
  45. WHAT PHYLUM DO THE SIMPLEST ANIMALS BELONG TO?
    PORIFERA
  46. HOW DO SPONGES FORM THEIR SKELETONS?
    THEY SECRETE THEM
  47. WHAT ARE THE 2 TYPES OFF SPONGE SKELETON?
    • SPICULES
    • SPONGIN
  48. WHAT IS A SPICULE SKELETON MADE OF?
    • CALCIUM CARBONATE
    • OR
    • SILICON
  49. WHAT ARE SPONGIN SKELETONS MADE OF?
    PROTEIN FIBERS
  50. WHERE DO MOST SPONGES LIVE?
    WARM WATERS
  51. T/F PORIFERA CAN REPRODUCE ONLY SEXUALLY
    F
  52. HOW DO SPONGES REPRODUCE ASEXUALLY?
    • BUDDING
    • GEMMULES
  53. WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT A SPONGE LARVA?
    THEY ARE CILIATED
  54. T/F SPONG ADULTS ARE SESSIL
    TRUE
  55. WHAT 2 CELL LAYERS MAKE UP A SPONGE?
    • ECTODERM
    • ENDODERM
  56. WHAT IS THE ECTODERM IN A SPONGE?
    EPIDERMIS
  57. WHAT IS THE ENDODERM IN A SPONGE?
    COLLAR CELLS
  58. WHAT IS THE MIDDLE LAYER OF A SPONGE?
    MESENCHYME
  59. WHAT IS THE JOB OF THE MESENCHYME?
    HOLD THE 2 CELL LAYERS TOGETHER
  60. WHAT IS A GEMMULE?
    SPONGE CELLS ENCASED IN A HARD COAT
  61. T/F THE GEMMULE IS NOT DORMANT
    F
  62. WHAT DOES HERMAPHRODITIC MEAN?
    HAVING BOTH MALE AND FEMALE PARTS
  63. T/F SPONGES ARE HERMOPHRODITIC
    T
  64. WHAT DOES THE SPONGE LARVA DO IF IT SURVIVES?
    FINDS A ROCK, ATTACHES ITSELF, AND BEGINS TO GROW
  65. WHAT CAN SPONGES TO WIH SEVERED BODY PARTS?
    REGENERATE THEM
  66. WHAT IS THE PHYLUM OF THE STINGING CELLED ANIMALS?
    COELENTERATA OF CINDARIA
  67. WHAT TYPE OF SYMMETRY DO COELENTERATES HAVE?
    RADIAL SYMMETRY
  68. T/F COELENTERATES HAVE HEADS
    F
  69. WHAT IS THE INNER CELL LAYER OF A COELENTERATE?
    ENDODERM
  70. WHAT IS THE OUTER CELL LAYER OF A COELENTERATE?
    ECTODERM OR EPIDERMIS

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