Arthropoda outline

Arthropoda outline - Outline Lab: Arthropoda (1) 1. The...

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Outline Lab: Arthropoda (1) 1. The three subphyla we will discuss are _______________________, Chelicerata, and _______________________. 2. Subphylum Chelicerata includes 3 classes, Merostomata, Pycnogonida, and _______________________. 3. Subphylum Crustacea includes 4 classes, Branchipoda, Copepoda, _______________________, and Malacostraca. 4. Arthropods have an _______________________ level of organization, _______________________ symmetry, are schizocoelous protostomes, and have a true coelom. 5. Like Annelids, Arthropods are metamerous but also have undergone tagmosis so that each metamere or region of metameres performs a specific _______________________; these specialized metameres are called _______________________. 6. Homology refers to similar structures on different organisms that arose from the same _______________________ but may have different functions. 7. Serial homology referes to structures on the same organism that arose from the same origin but ___________ necessarily have the same function. 8.
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course BIOLOGY bsc2011L taught by Professor Dr.tschinkel during the Fall '11 term at FSU.

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