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Ecdysozoans

Protostomes
Shed their outer covering
Includes roundworms and Arthropoda

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Nematoda

-Nonsegmented
-Found in fresh water, soil, and salt water
-free-living to parasitic
- pseudocoelom( false cavity)

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______ occurs inside the body wall

Mesoderm

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Ascaris

Intestinal roundworm

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Filaria

Heart worms and elephantiasis

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Ascaris can infect

Humans, cats, dogs, pigs, and other vetebrate

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-Are protostomes
- are ecdysozoans
-largest and most diverse phylum in the animal kingdom

Arthropoda

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Spiders, scorpions, shrimp, millipedes, and etc

Examples of Arthropoda

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-Have successfully evolved to live in all habitats
-Have all modes of life

Arthropoda

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Five characteristics of Arthropoda:

Exoskeleton
Segmentation
Nervous system
Respiratory system
Metamorphosis

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Simple eyes and compound eyes

Single lens and many visual units

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Three sub phylum of Arthropoda

Crustacea(crayfish,shrimp, and crabs)
Unriamia(centipedes, millipedes
Chelicerata(horseshoe carbs, spiders, ticks, mites)

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Most are marine and freshwater. Few are terrestrial. Named derived from hard crusty exoskeleton

Crustacean

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First antennae

First pair

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Antenna led

Second pairs

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Mandibles

Third pairs

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Fourth pair

First maxillae

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Second maxillae

Fifth pair

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Two branched(throax and abdomen are segmentally arranges.

Biramus appendages

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Crustacean head has

Compound eyes and 5 appendages

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Biramus appendages has

Gill branch and leg branch

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Most familiar and numerous crustaceans

Decopoda

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Head and throax fused into

Cephalothroax

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Covered on the top and sides by unsegmented

Carapace

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Paddle like appendages

Swimmerets

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First pair of swimmerets of swimmerets in males are strong and modified to pass sperm to the female

Claspers

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Complex digestive system
Coelom limited to cavity around reproductive organs
Hematocoel

Decopods

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Last two abdominal segments/make up a fan-shaped tail

Uropods and telson

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Unirama

Insects

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Adapted for life on land
Divided in head throax and abdomen

Superclass insecta

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Sense organs and mouthparts

Head

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Three pairs of legs and one or two pairs of wings

Throax

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Most of the internal oragns

Abdomen

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Insecta have _______ to enable to escape and a _______ thinner than that of most Arthropods

Wings and exoskeleton

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Receiving sound waves

Tympanum

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Dig holes in which to lay eggs

Ovipositor

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Complete digestive system but incomplete respiratory system

Grasshopper

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Collect and excrete nitrogenous wastes

Malpighian tubles

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Millipedes

Thousand leggers(non poison)

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Hundred leggers (poison

Centipedes