Lecture%20outline,%20Inverts,%2026%20&%2029%20Feb

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Lecture outline, Biology 152, 26 &29 February 2010 Invertebrates Diversity As we march through the diversity of animals, the text covers lots of groups. You will only be responsible for knowing the groups (and their attributes) listed below. Most of the ones that you are NOT responsible for are in Figures 33.3 and 33.37, but not in the main text. For each group, make sure you know its features (e.g., body plan, reproduction, feeding, etc.) as well as its position in the phylogeny. Calcarea and Silicea (Sponges, used to be called Porifera) Cnidaria (including all 4 classes) Lophotrochozoa
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Unformatted text preview: Platyhelminthes (including all 4 classes) Rotifera Lophophorates Mollusca (including all 4 classes) Annelida (including all three classes) Ecdysozoa Nematoda Arthropoda Cheliceriformes Myriapoda Hexapoda ( only responsible for the 4 most diverse orders) Crustacea Echinodermata (including all classes) The large figure in the review at the end of Chapter 33 is a helpful summary of major groups and patterns, but leaves out many smaller groups. Below is the slide from lecture showing the three types of body plans, color-coded to show the germ layers and cavities....
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