Lab 5 Animals

Lab 5 Animals - Section C Cnideria/Echinodermata: Radial...

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Section C Cnideria/Echinodermata: Radial Symmetry is homologous because the Cnideria are diploblastic compared to the Echinodermata that are triploblastic and deuterstomes. Their most recent common ancestor lived a very long time ago according to my phylogenetic tree. Bryozoa: Lophophore is analogous because according to my phylogenetic tree, the most comparable living relatives are trochophores. Mollusca: Trochophore larvae is analogous because according to my phylogenetic tree, the most comparable living relatives are lophophores. Annelida: Jointed/paired appendages are homologous because humans have jointed appendages as well, but are in no means related to the phylum annelid but to the phylum chordata. Section D Ball Python- Phylum: Chordata, Subphylum: Vertebrata, Class: Reptilia Gold Dust Day Gecko: Phylum: Chordata, Subphylum: Vertebrata, Class: Reptilia Serpent Star- Phylum: Echinodermata Flame Scallop- Pylum: Mollusca Sea Cucumber- Phylum: Echinodermata Fan worm- Phylum: Annelida
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