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THESE ARE SOME OF THE MORE IMPORTANT PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE NOTES ON CH 22, CH 23, CH 24 AND CH 25 Use the web site below for review questions: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_audesirk_bloe_7/1,8753,1139971,.html
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Chapter 22: Animal Diversity I, Invertebrates
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Animal Tissues Ectoderm (top) Endoderm (bottom) Mesoderm (middle) If shown this picture, be able to label each layer
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Radial symmetry central axis plane of symmetry Know this picture corresponds to a RADIAL form of symmetry
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radial symmetry Know this picture corresponds to a RADIAL form of symmetry
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Bilateral symmetry anterior plane of symmetry posterior Know this picture corresponds to a BILATERAL form of symmetry
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d o r s a l n t e i p v bilateral symmetry Know this picture corresponds to a BILATERAL form of symmetry and define DORSAL, VENTRAL, POSTERIOR and ANTERIOR
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COELOMATE “True” coelom (annelids, chordates) These pictures represent a type of body cavity…
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PSEUDOCOELOMATE “False” or pseudocoelom (roundworms) These pictures represent a type of body cavity…
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ACOELOMATE No coelom (cnidarians, flatworms) These pictures represent a type of body cavity…
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Polyp Medusa sessile free-floating Two different forms of cnidarians. Sessile means “attached” or “anchored”
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nuclei trigger trigger filament Cnidocytes This structure is characteristic of the cnidarians, and used for defense and feeding
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pharynx hearts esophagus crop gizzard intestine Be able to label these parts
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heart coelom shell mantle gill foot mouth radula Be able to label these parts
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Heartworms in dog Heartworms are a type of roundworm that can infect dogs
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Roundworm infection in humans
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ampulla tube feet sieve plate canals plates of endoskeleton Echinoderms Be able to label these parts
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Chapter 23: Animal Diversity II, Vertebrates
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eye heart liver tail limb bud (future leg) limb bud (future arm) gill slit Be able to label these parts
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