Chapt.32 - them to be sessile and move body parts in all...

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Chapter 32 Animal: Introduction Here is a list of terms that jumped out to me that you should know. This is NOT a  complete set of terms to know but a list I have formed from lecture to help you pick out  the BIG words. Some may be a replicate from Dr. Zhao’s lecture.   Heterotroph Aerobic respiration Organic compounds Eukaryote Protostomes Blastopore Deuterostomes Dorsal Ventral Posterior Anterior Cephalization Protista Phototrophic Radial bilateral symmetry What is the most successful group of animals? (the most numerous in species number) Animals with Radial Symmetry have body parts located around a central axis they tend to be cylindrical and are sessile (non moving) for part of their life. Being radial allows
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Unformatted text preview: them to be sessile and move body parts in all directions like a sea anemone. Examples of this are cnidarians , echinodermata Animals that are Asymmetrical have no plane of symmetry. These are things like sponges, or porifera . (the most primitive/ancestral animal) Animals with Bilateral symmetry have one plane of symmetry that produces mirror halves. Examples are humans and fish. ***this link talks about the protostomes and dueterostomes as well. *** What kind of symmetry does each of these have? Starfish Sea daisy -Giraffe- Tapir Sponge Worm Jelly fish...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course BIO 52030 taught by Professor Zhao during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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