Bio 1407 Review Test 4

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Bio 1407 Review Test 4 Part 1 1. List the characteristics of animals. - Multicellular, Heterotrophic, No cell wall, Nervous Tissue, Motile, - Diverse, Mostly diploid sexual reproduction, ECM, cell junctions, hox genes. 2. Type of phylogeny in kingdom animalia - Monophyletic 3. A group of related genes that specify the identity of metazoan organisms during early embryonic development. - Hox Genes 4. True body cavity Coelom 5. What are the four body plans of animals? - Presence or absence of tissues - Types of body symmetry - Presence or absence of coelom - Embryological patterns 6. Another name for the kingdom animalia. Metazoa 7. What are the two subkingdoms of metazoan, and what are their key features? - Parazoa no symmetry or tissues - Eumetazoa symmetry and tissuesin the form of organ systems 8. Define cephalization. - The differentiation of the anterior end of an organism into a definite head. This only occurs in organisms with bilateral symmetry. 9. Discuss the Radiata. - It is a taxonomic group that has radial symmetry, two germ layers (ectoderm and endoderm) and two surfaces (oral and aboral). 10. Term that means the formation of only two germ layers. - Diploblastic 11. Discuss the Bilateria. - A taxonomic group that has three germ layers(ectoderm, mesoderm, and endoderm) and exhibit cephalization. 12. Type of symmetry that divides the body into mirror images.
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