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  1. 3 types of symmetry?
    asymmetrical, radial, bilateral
  2. 3 skin layer types
    Endoderm mesoderm ectoderm
  3. Coelomate
    has  a coelom.
  4. acoelomate
    Does not have a coelom
  5. pseudocoelomate
    coelom is not completely lined with mesoderm. (fake coelom)
  6. get to know that there polyp
  7. Digestive track develops mouth first
    protostome
  8. Digestive track develops butt first
    deuterostome
  9. external skeleton,
    molting required for growth
    ecdysozoans
  10. ecdysozoans
    External skeleton, molting required for growth
  11. lophotrochozoans
    ciliated larval stage
  12. ciliated larval stage
    lophotrochozoans
  13. The evolution of the major animal phyla involves 4 key divergences.
    • 1 a) asymmetrical & lack of true tissues
    •    b) symmetrical & true tissues

    • 2 a) radial symmetry & diploblastic (2
    • embryonic tissue layers)
    •    b) bilateral symmetry & triploblastic (3
    • embryonic tissue layers)

    • 3 a) protostomes (digestive tract develops mouth first)
    •     b) deuterostomes (digestive tract develops anus first)

    • 4 a) ecdysozoans (external skeleton,
    • molting required for growth)
    •    b) lophotrochozoans (ciliated larval stage)
  14. Porifera
    • They're sponges, sucka!
  15. Sponges!
    Porifera
  16. What fall under LOPHOTROCHOZOAns?
    • Platyhelminthes
    • Annelida
    • molluska
  17. Platyhelminthes
    Annelida
    molluska
    lophotrochozoans
  18. ECDYSOZOA
    • Nematoda
    • Arthropoda
  19. Nematoda
    Arthropoda
    ECDYSOZOA
  20. DEUTEROSTOMES
    • Echinodermata
    • Chordata
  21. Echinodermata
    Chordata
    Deuterostomes
  22. PROTOSTOMES
    • LOPHOTROCHOZOA
    • Platyhelminthes
    • Annelida
    • molluska
    • ECDYSOZOA
    • Nematoda
    • Arthropoda

  23. osculum
    • large opening to spongocoel
    • where water exits in porifera (sponges)
  24. large opening to spongocoelwhere water exits in porifera (sponges)
    Osculum
  25. choanocytes
    Feeding cells in porifera
  26. Feeding cells in porifera
    Choanocytes
  27. Ostium
    incurrent pore in porifera
  28. spongocoel
    not clearly defined on slide, but it seems pretty self explanatory, it's a large open space in porifera think "coelum"
  29. not clearly defined on slide, but it seems pretty self explanatory, it's a large open space in porifera think "coelum
    spongocoel
  30. spicules
    Skeletal elements in porifera.
  31. Skeletal elements in porifera.
    spicules
  32. Key body plan of porifera
    • asymmetrical
    • lack of true tissue
    • spongocoel
  33. Cnidaria
    Jellyfish, Sea Anemones, Hydra, Coral
  34. Jellyfish, Sea Anemones, Hydra, Coral
    Cnidaria
  35. Key Body plan of Cnidaria.
    • Radial
    • diploblastic
    • gastrovascular cavity
  36. cnidocytes
    stinging cells that cnidaria have
  37. stinging cells that cnidaria have
    cnidocytes
  38. 2 distinct body forms of cnidaria
    • Polyp and medusa
    • Polyp has it's anus in the air
    • Medusa looks like a jelly fish and it decently hides it's anus.. that's probably why you like it more. It has class. Fuck that polyp.
  39. Platyhelminthes
    • Planaria (non-parasitic and so fucking cute)
    • Tapeworms and Flukes (parasitic)
  40. Planaria (non-parasitic and so fucking cute)Tapeworms and Flukes (parasitic)
    platyhelminthes
  41. Key body plan of platyhelminthes
    • -bilateral symmetry
    • -triploblastic
    • -gastrovascular cavity
    • -acoelomate
  42. -bilateral symmetry -triploblastic-gastrovascular cavity-acoelomate
    body plan for platyhelminthes
  43. Mollusca classes
    • Gastropoda snails and slugs
    • Cepholapoda Squids and octopi, you is a ho if you don't remember this
    • Bivalvia clams oysters scallops muscles
  44. Gastropoda snails and slugsCepholapoda Squids and octopi, you is a ho if you don't remember thisBivalvia clams oysters scallops muscles
    Mollusca classes
  45. Key Body Plan for molluska
    • - bilateral symmetry
    • - triploblastic
    • - alimentary canal
    • - coelomate
    • - protostome
  46. - bilateral symmetry - triploblastic- alimentary canal- coelomate- protostome
    body plan for molluska
  47. Other features of molluska
    • a soft body with a muscular  “foot”
    • - a “mantle” that produces a protective shell for the soft body
    • - a rasping tongue called a “radula”, absent in bivalves
  48. Annelida
    Earthworms, Leeches, and Polychaetes
  49. Earthworms, Leeches, and Polychaetes
    Annelida
  50. Body plan for annelida
    • - bilateral symmetry
    • - triploblastic
    • - alimentary canal
    • - coelomate
    • - protostome
    • - segmentation
  51. Other features of annelida
    - polychaetes have paired, fleshy appendages on each segment called “parapodia” 

    •   
    • - eathworms and polychaetes have
    • bristles called “chaetes”
  52. Arthropoda subphylum
    • Chelicerata
    • myriopoda
    • crustacea
    • hexapoda
  53. spiders,
    scorpions, mites, ticks, horseshoe crabs
    chelicerata
  54. Chelicerata
    • spiders,
    • scorpions, mites, ticks, horseshoe crabs
  55. Myriopoda
    • millipedes and centipedes
    • - 1pair of antenna
    • - head and elongated trunk
    • - one pair of legs per trunk segment (centipede) or two pairs of legs per trunk segment (millepede)
  56. millipedes and centipedes- 1pair of antenna- head and elongated trunk- one pair of legs per trunk segment (centipede) or two pairs of legs per trunk segment (millepede)
    Myriopada
  57. Crustacea
    • crabs,crayfish, shrimp, pillbugs,
    • barnacles
    • 2 pairs of antennae
    • Biramus (2-lobed) appendages
    • Carapace (common covering over head and thorax)
    • - compound eyes usually on stalks
  58. crabs,crayfish, shrimp, pillbugs,barnacles2 pairs of antennaeBiramus (2-lobed) appendagesCarapace (common covering over head and thorax)- compound eyes usually on stalks
    Crustacea
  59. Hexapoda
    • - 1 pair of antenna, 4 pairs of feeding
    • appendages
    • - 3 pairs of legs, 2 pairs of wings (or wings absent)
    • - 3 main body divisions (head, thorax, abdomen)
  60. Anthropoda key body plan
    • - bilateral symmetry
    • - triploblastic
    • - alimentary canal
    • - coelomate
    • - protostome
    • - segmentation
    • - ecdysis(have a hard outer cuticle that must be shed periodically to  allow for growth)
    • an exoskeleton containing chitin 
    • - jointed appendages
  61. Nematoda
    • Worms shaped like hooks
    • -bilateral symmetry
    • - triploblastic
    • - alimentary canal
    • - pseudocoelomate
    • - protostome
    • - ecdysis (hard outer cuticle that must be shed periodically for the animal to grow)
  62. Echinodermata
    Starfish, Sea Urchins, Sand Dollars, Sea Cucumbers
  63. Echinodermatata body plan
    • - radial symmetry (pentaradiate)
    • - triploblastic
    • - alimentary canal
    • - coelomate
    • - deuterostome
    • Tube feets!
  64. Male fruit flies
    Have dark short abdomens

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