L14 - Review Part II - Lab Exam 2: Week of Dec. 1st Study...

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Unformatted text preview: Lab Exam 2: Week of Dec. 1st Study Resources: 1) Lectures (webcast) 2) Reviews- 4 hours (linked) 3) Pre-labs and worksheets (answers are posted). 4) Charts, our website (images) 5) BE ON TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 6) Download the exam handout. Overview- cladistics Overview -systems Reproduction & Development Invertebrates I & II (clickers) Office hours M 11-11, T 10:30-11:30, W, Th 2:30-3:30, F 10-11 P. 160 Cestoda Trematoda Turbellaria Hydrazoa Anthozoa Scyphozoa Cubozoa Oligochaetea Polychaetea Hirudinea Polyplacophora Gastropoda Bivalvia Cephalopoda Organization for the lab exam! Lab Exam 2 Format Arachnida C Xiphosura C Crustacea Diplopoda C Chilopoda C Insecta C Trilobitomorpha Myriapoda Chelicerata Arthropoda P Crustacea Hexapoda Revised Mandibulata Need for organ systems! Systems 1) Digestive ingestion, digestion, absorption, elimination a) increase surface area for breakdown = fragmentation 2) Circulatory pumps, vessels, exchange (open; closed) 3) Respiratory combine w/circ?, why pigments? Which? 4) Nervous- cephalization, correlation with locomotion 5) Excretory form of waste (envt.), structure used 6) Reproduction asexual vs sexual, life cycle 7) Development Respiratory Circulatory Excretory Reproductive. Systems Integumentary Nervous Endocrine Skeletal Muscular Immune Ingestion Elimination (wastes) Mating - gamete fusion and development Gametogenesis - spermatogenesis Mitosis 2N, 4C 1N, 2C 1N, 1C S 2N, 4C 1N, 2C 1N, 1C S Gametogenesis - oogenesis -> cleavage -> gastrulation Sea Urchins - eggs, sperm and external fertilization juvenile stage -> metamorphosis -> adult Fertilization - process and blocks to polyspermy - + Holoblastic cleavage Ovum 8 cell stage blastula gastrula Mesentery Mesentery Accessory structures Meroblastic cleavage Shell membrane *** Mouth - from blastopore Mesoderm Mesoderm Blastopore Blastopore Schizocoelous: mass of mesoderm splits to form coelom Enterocoelous: outpocket archenteron forms coelom Mouth - from blastopore vs. G.I. Tract Phylum Cnidaria...
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