Cnidaria, Porifera, Playhelminthes, Nematoda, Rotifera, Mollusca Flashcards Preview

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Sponges are in phylum

Porifera

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Jellyfish and hydras are in phylum

Cnidaria

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Flatworms are in phylum

Platyhelminthes

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Roundworms are phyla

Nematoda

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Rotifers are in phyla

Rotifera

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Clams, snails, squid, oysters, scallops are in phyla

Mollusk a

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Earthworms and leeches are in phylum

Annelida

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Three types of mollusca

Bivalves, Gastropoda, Cephalopoda

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Both mollusk a and Annelida have

Bilateral symmetry, coelom, protostome, multicellular, and three germ layers.

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How many hearts of squid

Three

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Thin tissue that encloses visceral mass and may secrete. She'll in mollusks

Mantle

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In mollusks that enclose the internal organs

Visceral mass

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How the clams filter feed with what structure inside shell

Siphon

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Cephalization is another term for blank

Had

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Segmented worms

Annelida

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Earthworms use what hairy structures to help them move

Setae

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Secretes mucus and holds worms together during mating

Clitellum

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Digestive system of earthworm in order

Pharynx, esophagus, crop, gizzard

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What earthworm eats

Detritus

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Little white structures that are part of earthworms excretory system

Nephridia

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In earth worm the seminal blanks are bigger than the seminal blanks

Vesicles bigger than receptacles

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A fold in worms that increase the intestines surface area

Typhlosole

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cells of animals are organized into blank and blank

tissues and tissue layers

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five key transitions noted in animal evolution

tissues, symmetry, body cavity, development, segmentation

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sponges are these and they lack tissues and organs

parazoa

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all other animals are these and they have distinct tissues

eumetazoa

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which has symmetry? parazoa or eumetazoa

eumetazoa

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the plane that bisects an animal with bilateral symmetry into two halves

mid-sagittal plan

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two advantages of symmetry:

cephalization and greater mobility

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how many germ layers produced by eumetazoa

three