Invert 1 - prelab, worksheet, review, chart

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A57 – Fall 2009 Invertebrate I Pre‐lab. Due at the start of your lab. (pages 177-192) Name GSI & Sect # Station # The remaining labs will be on various animal phyla. Note unique features of a given phyla as well as ancestral features that are shared amongst several phyla. Focus on the anatomy, physiology and diversity of each of the phyla. The drawings and tables are guidelines to help you in your studies. In addition you should make further drawings. Dissecting equipment will be provided for your use. AT THE END OF EACH LAB IS A REVIEW AND A CHART THAT YOU SHOULD FILL OUT . 1. Define the following terms. Protonephridia: Coelom: Ctenidia: Seta: Monoecius: 2. List five derived molluscan features. 3. Name 3 features an earthworm and a clam share. 4. Which phyla will you examine in this lab?
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A58 – Fall 2009 Invertebrate I Notes
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A59 – Fall 2009 Invertebrate I Worksheet . Due at the end of your lab. Name GSI & Sect # Station # The required drawings and tables are a guideline to help you in your studies. In addition you should make further drawings if you find them helpful. Use the review sheet! Fill in the invertebrate 1 charts. 1) In the left circle below make a drawing of the microscope slide of the Hydra , include labels: mesoglea, epidermis, gastrodermis, tentacles, gastrovascular cavity, basal disc.
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