212AnnelidaLOsW10

212AnnelidaLOsW10 - Anus (S,D) Clitellum (S,D) Segment...

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BIOL 212 Annelida Wennstrom Goals Read the introductory material in the chapter on Annelida in your lab atlas. Supplement with readings from your text as needed. Identify the three major classes in phylum Annelida Recognize all organs and other structures listed below from dissected specimens (D), preserved specimens (P), or microscope slides (S). Know the broad category of habitat each organism lives in (i.e. saltwater, freshwater, terrestrial). Know the general feeding habits of each organism (i.e. parasitic, filter feeder, carnivore) Class Oligochaeta Lumbricus (genus of earthworm) Mouth (S,D)
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Unformatted text preview: Anus (S,D) Clitellum (S,D) Segment (S,D) Seta(e) (S,D) Septum (pl septa) (D) Epidermis (S,D) Circular muscles (S) Longitudinal muscles (S) Hearts (S,D) Dorsal blood vessel (S,D) Ventral blood vessel (S,D) Nerve cord (S,D) Coelom (S,D) Nephridia (S,D) Crop (S,D) Gizzard (S,D) Intestine (S,D) Typhlosole (S) Ovary (S) Testis (S) Seminal vesicle (S,D) Seminal receptacles (S,D) Class Polychaeta Mouth (P) Anus (P) Segment (P) Parapodium (pl parapodia) (P, S) Seta(e) (P, S) Class Hirudinea Mouth (P) Anus (P) Oral sucker (P) Caudal sucker (P) Key : D=dissection, P=preserved specimen, S= microscope slide...
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