Loren's bio 14

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  1. What are the steps in the classification process? Katy Perry claims.....
    • Kingdom
    • Phylum
    • Class
    • Order
    • Family
    • Genus
    • Species
  2. How are species named? (What two things are used?)
    • Genus (homo)
    • species (sapiens)
  3. What's the human classification?
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    • Animalia
    • Chordata
    • Mammalia
    • Primatae
    • Hominidae
    • Homo
    • Sapiens
  4. Why are viruses placed in a kingdom?
    • not living
    • too dependant on other things for life.
  5. What kingdom are the bacteria in?
    Monera
  6. Name three descriptions about kingdom monera
    • prokaryotes
    • asexual
    • single celled
  7. What kingdom is cyanobacteria in?
    monera
  8. Describe cyanobacteria (aka blue green algae)
    • fresh water
    • cell wall
    • photosynthetic pigments
    • extreme temps
  9. What shapes are bacteria found?
    • cocci (round)
    • bacili (rods)
    • spirilla (spiral)
  10. What kingdom is eukaryotic?
    Protista
  11. Describe the kingdom protista (three things)
    • unicellular (or colonial multicellular)
    • no specialized tissues
    • similar to plants and animals, but can't be classified with either.
  12. What kingdom are Protozoa, and Algae in?
    Protista
  13. What three things are involved in Kingdom Protista?
    • Protozoa
    • Algae
    • Slime molds
  14. Describe protozoa....
    • heterotrophs
    • 1. rhizopods (use pod like arms)
    • 2. ciliophors (use cilia)
  15. Describe Algae
    • photosynthetic
    • ex. phytoplankton
  16. What are slime molds
    • they look like fungi, but it's protists.
    • exist in a mass of nucleic protoplasm.
  17. What kingdom do mushrooms, yeast, and lichen belong to?
    Fungi
  18. Describe Kingdom Fungi
    • eukaryotes,
    • multicelluar
    • hetertrophic (absorb their food from dead stuff (saprophytic) or parasitic (alive))
  19. What are the characteristics of kingdom animalia?
    • 1. differentiate tissues (specialized)
    • 2. Alimentation. (ingest, digest, eliminate)
    • 3. Locomotion (movement)
    • 4. bilateral symetry
    • 5. nervous system
    • 6. Chemical coordinating system (hormones regulate)
  20. Animalia: Porifera
    sponges: not too specialized....two layers of cell, can't move
  21. animalia: Cnidarians (another name for them?) describe
    • Coelenterates
    • hydra, jellyfish, sea anemone, coral
    • ectoderm, endoderm cells (in and out)
  22. Animalia: Platyhelminthes (platypus beak)
    • flatworms
    • 3 layers of cells
    • no circulatory system
    • small nervous system
  23. animalia: Nematoda (like nemo)
    • round worms
    • digestion, anus
    • no circulatory
    • small nervous system
  24. Animalia: Annelida (lids are like this)
    • segmented worms
    • Coelom (body cavity)
    • well defined systems
    • earthworms
  25. Animalia: Mollusca
    • soft bodied in
    • hard bodied out (calcereous)
  26. Animalia: Arthropoda
    • insects: spiracles (breathing)
    • arachnids: book lungs
    • Crustacean: segmented body, gills
  27. Animalia: Echinoderms
    • starfish, sea urchins
    • spiny , radially symettrical
  28. Animalia: Chordates
    • vertebrates, and notochords.
    • gill, slits, tail
    • fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals.
  29. Describe fish
    • 2 chamber heart
    • gills, external reproduction
    • 1. jawless, (eel)
    • 2. cartilaginous (shark)
    • 3. bony (scales etc)
  30. describe Amphibia
    • Baby: tadpole, water, gills, tail, no legs
    • Adult: opposite
    • 3 chamber heart
  31. describe Reptiles
    • 3 chamber heart
    • poikilothermic- cold blooded
    • internal fertilize
  32. describe Birds
    • 4 chamber heart
    • warm blooded (homeothermic)
  33. describe mammals
    • warm blooded, feed babies with milk
    • 1. monetremes (eggs)
    • 2. marsupials (pouch)
    • 3. placentals (baby inside)

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