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Sample Phylum Chart

Sample Phylum Chart - Phylum features for 2011L lab lecture...

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Idea from Nikki Fogarty 2008 Phylum features for 2011L lab lecture 1) Classification : (e.g. Subphylum, Subclass, Order) Not taxomonic but by canal architecture ASCONOID SYCONOID LEUCONOID 2) Organization : (e.g. cell, tissue, organ, etc) 3) Embryonic Dev. : (e.g. triploblastic, deuterostome, etc) 4) Symmetry : (e.g. asymmetrical, radial, etc) 5) Skeleton/Suppor t: (e.g. hydrostatic, exoskeleton, etc.) 6) Movement/Location: (e.g. muscle types, jointed legs, cilia, etc.) 7) Sensory/Nervous : (e.g. ganglia, CNS, VNC, etc.) 8) Digestion/Feeding : (e.g. incomplete, extracellular, cnidocytes, tentacles, etc.) 9) Excretory/Osmoreg .: (e.g. diffusion, nephridia, renette cells, Malpighian tubules, etc.) 10) Circulation: (e.g. (diffusion, open system, closed system, etc.) 11) Respiration : (e.g. diffusion, book lungs, gills, etc.) 12) Reproduction: (e.g. sexual, asexual, monoecious, dioecious, fission, budding, etc.)
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Unformatted text preview: Phylum features for 2011L lab lecture 1) Classification : (e.g. Subphylum, Subclass, Order) 2) Organization : (e.g. cell, tissue, organ, etc) 3) Embryonic Dev. : (e.g. triploblastic, deuterostome, etc) 4) Symmetry : (e.g. asymmetrical, radial, etc) 5) Skeleton/Suppor t: (e.g. hydrostatic, exoskeleton, etc.) 6) Movement/Location: (e.g. muscle types, jointed legs, cilia, etc.) 7) Sensory/Nervous : (e.g. ganglia, CNS, VNC, etc.) 8) Digestion/Feeding : (e.g. incomplete, extracellular, cnidocytes, tentacles, etc.) 9) Excretory/Osmoreg .: (e.g. diffusion, nephridia, renette cells, Malpighian tubules, etc.) 10) Circulation: (e.g. (diffusion, open system, closed system, etc.) 11) Respiration : (e.g. diffusion, book lungs, gills, etc.) 12) Reproduction: (e.g. sexual, asexual, monoecious, dioecious, fission, budding, etc.)...
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