Ocean101-AlkiFieldTrip - Alki Beach Intertidal Zone...

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Alki Beach Intertidal Zone Logsheet Name_______________________________ Common Name of Organism Phylum (1) Class (1) (or Sub-Phylum) Where Found in Intertidal Zone (Low, Middle, High Tide Zone) Interesting Fact About Organism (2) (1) Consult the the attached taxonomic classification table to determine phylum and class, and attached handout on animals. (2) Consult your field guide, textbook, or the internet to find an interesting fact about the organism.
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Alki Beach Intertidal Zone Logsheet Name_______________________________ Common Name of Organism Phylum (1) Class (1) (or Sub-Phylum) Where Found in Intertidal Zone (Low, Middle, High Tide Zone) Interesting Fact About Organism (2) (1) Consult the the attached taxonomic classification table to determine phylum and class, and attached handout on animals. (2) Consult your field guide, textbook, or the internet to find an interesting fact about the organism.
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Taxonomic Classification of Marine Organisms (Garrison T, Oceanography: An Invitation to Marine Science, 5th edition, Appendix VI, pp. 475-476) Exclusively nonmarine phyla generally have been omitted, along with most extinct phyla and classes. KINGDOM BACTERIA: Single-celled prokaryotes with a single chromosome that reproduce asexually and exhibit high metabolic diversity. KINGDOM ARCHAEA: Superficially similar to bacteria, but with genes capable of producing different kinds of enzymes. Often live in extreme environments. KINGDOM PROTISTA: Eukaryotic single-celled, colonial, and multicellular autotrophs and heterotrophs. PHYLUM CHRYSOPHYTA . Diatoms, coccolithophores, silicoflagellates. PHYLUM PYRROPHYTA . Dinoflagellates, zooxanthellae. PHYLUM CRYPTOPHYTA . Some “microflagellates”; cryptomonads. PHYLUM EUGLENOPHYTA . A few “microflagellates”; mostly freshwater. PHYLUM ZOOMASTIGINA . Nonphotosynthesizing flagellated protozoa. PHYLUM SARCODINA . Amoebas and their relatives. Class Rhizopodea . Foraminiferans. Class Actinopodea . Radiolarians. PHYLUM CILIOPHORA . Ciliated protozoa. PHYLUM CHLOROPHYTA . Multicellular green algae. PHYLUM PHAEOPHYTA . Brown algae, kelps. PHYLUM RHODOPHYTA . Red algae, encrusting and coralline forms. KINGDOM FUNGI: Fungi, mushrooms, molds, lichens; mostly land, freshwater, or hightest supratidal organisms; heterotrophic. KINGDOM PLANTAE: Photosynthetic autotrophs.
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