Animal Diversity II

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  1. BASAL ANIMAL GROUPS
    Asymetrical or radially symetrical

    •1or 2 tissue layers

    •Acoelomates

    •Sponges

    •Cnidarians

    •Ctenophores
  2. Asymetrical or radially symetrical•1or 2 tissue layers•Acoelomates•Sponges•Cnidarians•Ctenophores
    Basal Animal groups
  3. Sponges
    •Similar to choanoflagellates

    •Choanoflagellates: protist species

    • •Both use similar flagellated cells
    • to move food

    •Asymmetrical

    •1 tissue layer – epithelium
  4. Choanoflagellates
    •protist species
  5. Protist Species
    Choanoflagellates
  6. CNIDARIANS
    •Jellyfish, hydra, sea anemome

    • •Radial
    • symmetry

    •Diploblastic
  7. •Jellyfish, hydra, sea anemome

    •Radial
    symmetry

    •Diploblastic
    CNIDARIANS
  8. CTENOPHORES
    •Comb jellies

    •Radial symmetry

    •Diploblastic

    •Swim with rows (combs) of cilia
  9. •Comb jellies

    •Radial symmetry

    •Diploblastic

    •Swim with rows (combs) of cilia
    CTENOPHORES
  10. BILATERAL ANIMALS
    •Triploblastic

    •Almost all coelomates

    •2 groups

    –Protostomes

    –Deuterostomes
  11. •Triploblastic

    •Almost all coelomates

    •2 groups

    –Protostomes

    –Deuterostomes
    Bilateral Animals
  12. PROTOSTOMES
    –Lophotrochozoans

    –Ecdysozoans
  13. –Lophotrochozoans

    –Ecdysozoans
    Protostomes
  14. •Most characterized by lophophore feeding structure and trochophore larval form
    LOPHOTROCHOZOANS
  15. LOPHOTROCHOZOANS
    •Most characterized by lophophore feeding structure and trochophore larval form
  16. lophophore
    Suspension feeding
  17. Suspension feeding
    lophophore
  18. trochophore
    larvae swim and feed
  19. 4 Phyla for lophotrochozoans
    –Rotifers

    –Platyhelminths

    –Annelids

    –Molluscs
  20. –Rotifers

    –Platyhelminths

    –Annelids

    –Molluscs
    4 phyla for lophotrochozoans
  21. Rotifers
    • lophotrochozoan phyla
    • They are small aquatic filter feeders
  22. lophotrochozoan phylaThey are small aquatic filter feeders
    Rotifers
  23. Platyhelminths
    lophotrochozoan phyla

    flatworms (this cute little things with the eyes close together)
  24. lophotrochozoan phyla flatworms (this cute little things with the eyes close together)
    Platyhelminths
  25. Annelids
    • lophotrochozoan phyla
    • segmented worms (think leaches)
  26. lophotrochozoan phyla
    segmented worms (think leaches)
    Annelids
  27. MOLLUSCS
    • 3 major classes

    –Bivalves – clam, oyster

    –Gastropods – snail, slug

    –Cephalopods – squid, octopus
  28. Bivalves
    • Class of molluscs
    • –clam, oyster
  29. Class of molluscs
    –clam, oyster
    Bivalves
  30. Gastropod
    • Class of molluscs
    • snail, slug
  31. snail, slug Class of molluscs
    Gastropod
  32. cephalopods
    Class of molluscs Octopus, squid and total favorite
  33. Class of molluscs Octopus, squid
    Cephalopods
  34. ECDYSOZOANS
    • •Characterized by molting – shed exoskeleton or external covering
    • 2 phyla
    • Nematodes
    • Arthropods
  35. •Characterized by molting – shed exoskeleton or external covering
    Ecdysozoan
  36. Nematodes
    • Ecdysozoan
    • Round worm
  37. ARTHROPODS
    • 4 major phyla
    • –Myriapods –
    • millipedes, centipedes

    • –Chelicerates –
    • spiders, scorpions, ticks

    • –Insects –
    • beetles, butterflies, flies, ants

    • –Crustaceans –
    • lobsters, crabs, barnacles
  38. –Myriapods –
    millipedes, centipedes

    –Chelicerates –
    spiders, scorpions, ticks

    –Insects –
    beetles, butterflies, flies, ants

    –Crustaceans –
    lobsters, crabs, barnacles
    Arthropod phyla
  39. Myriapods
    • Arthropod phyla
    • millipedes,
    • centipedes
  40. millipedes,
    centipedes
    • Arthropod Phyla
    • Myriapods
  41. Chelicerates
    • spiders,
    • scorpions, ticks
    • Arthropod phyla
  42. spiders,scorpions, ticks
    • Chelicerates
    • Arthropod phyla
  43. beetles,
    butterflies, flies, ants
    • Insects!
    • Arthropod phyla
  44. Insects!
    • Arthropod phyla
    • beetles,butterflies, flies, ants
  45. lobsters,
    crabs, barnacles
    • Arthropod phyla
    • crustacean
  46. crustacean
    • Lobsters, crabs, barnacles
    • Arthropod phyla
  47. Which phylum has the most species
    Arthropods
  48. DEUTEROSTOMES
    •2 major phyla

    –Echinoderms

    –Chordates
  49. •2 major phyla

    –Echinoderms

    –Chordates
    Deuterostomes
  50. ECHINODERMS
    • (deuterostomes) Has radial symmetry and exoskeleton
    • 2 classes
    • Sea stars
    • Sea urchins
  51. (deuterostomes) Has radial symmetry and exoskeleton
    2 classes
    Sea stars
    Sea urchins
    Echinoderms
  52. CHORDATES
    • Have notochord, muscular tail, dorsal nerve cord, and gill slits
    • 1 Sub phyla
    • Vertebrates
  53. Have notochord, muscular tail, dorsal nerve cord, and gill slits1 Sub phylaVertebrates
    Chordates
  54. Vertebrates
    • Have vertebrae ( Bony or cartilaginous spine structure)
    • Have cranium (Case for brain)
    • 5 classes classes

    • –Cartilaginous
    • fish

    • –Ray-finned
    • fish

    • –Lobe-finned
    • fish

    –Amphibians

    –Reptiles

    –Mammals
  55. 5 vertebrate classes
    •Major classes

    • –Cartilaginous
    • fish

    • –Ray-finned
    • fish

    • –Lobe-finned
    • fish

    –Amphibians

    –Reptiles

    –Mammals
  56. –Cartilaginous fish
    –Ray-finned fish
    –Lobe-finned fish
    –Amphibians
    –Reptiles
    –Mammals
    5 vertebrate classes
  57. Cartilaginous fish
    • sharks
    • and rays (cartilage skeleton)
    • vertebrate class
  58. •sharks
    and rays (cartilage skeleton)
    Cartilaginous fish (vertebrate class)
  59. Ray-finned fish
    • (vertebrate)
    • •tuna, trout, goldfish (bone skeleton)
  60. (vertebrate)•tuna, trout, goldfish (bone skeleton)
    Ray-finned fish
  61. Lobe-finned fish
    • vertebrate
    • Have bones in fins

    •coelacanths, lungfish (bone skeleton)
  62. vertebrate
    Have bones in fins•coelacanths, lungfish (bone skeleton)
    Lobe finned fish
  63. AMPHIBIANS
    • (vertebrates)
    • •Live in aquatic and terrestrial habits cause their skin will dry out

    •Limbs that support terrestrial movement

    •Frogs, salamanders
  64. (vertebrates)•Live in aquatic and terrestrial habits cause their skin will dry out•Limbs that support terrestrial movement•Frogs, salamanders
    Amphibians
  65. REPTILES
    •Scaly skin

    •Lay amniotic (multi-membrane) eggs

    •Turtles, lizards and snakes, crocodiles, birds
  66. •Scaly skin•Lay amniotic (multi-membrane) eggs•Turtles, lizards and snakes, crocodiles, birds
    Reptiles
  67. MAMMALS
    •Hair

    •Endothermic – generate internal heat

    •Mammary glands – produce milk for young

    3 groups

    –Monotremes

    –Marsupials

    –Eutherians
  68. •Hair •Endothermic – generate internal heat•Mammary glands – produce milk for young3 groups–Monotremes–Marsupials–Eutherians
    Mammals (vertebrates)
  69. Monotremes
    •Lay eggs

    • •Platypus, echidna
    • (weird that there are only 2), really.
  70. •Lay eggs•Platypus, echidna
    Monotremes
  71. MARSUPIALS
    • •Offspring born relatively underdeveloped and stay attached to mother after born (in pouch)
    • Poorly developed placenta

    •Kangaroo, opossum
  72. •Offspring born relatively underdeveloped and stay attached to mother after born (in pouch)Poorly developed placenta•Kangaroo, opossum
    Marsupial
  73. eutherians
    •Well developed placenta

    •Rats, whales, bears, etc
  74. •Well developed placenta•Rats, whales, bears, etc
    Eutherians

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