Assignment for Week of 11/09 Learn Circulation and Gas exchange yourself from your book. Here are some guidelines for this. Circulation: Read pg 898 710 What do some animals have instead of a circulatory system? Which animals have open circ. systems and w
BIO 311D LECTURE 13 Animal form and function
Basics Tissues Metabolism Thermoregulation Homeostasis
Surface area to volume!
Environmental constraints on animal form
Epithelial Connective Nervous Muscle
Review Chapter 7, Fig. 7.7 and 7.17
BIO 311D LECTURE 11 Animal diversity
Taxonomic heirarchy Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus species
The definition of an animal The
1 2 3 4 5
Development of an animal embryo
Phylogeny of animals
5 main agreed-upon facts of the evolution of ani
BIO 311D LECTURE 1 Life cycles and Meiosis
Sexual vs. Asexual reproduction
Life cycles *3 stages
How are these different?
Somatic cells vs. gametes
How many chromosomes do humans have?
Meiosis at its most basic
Exam Two Review Points: 1. 2. 3. 4. Know what makes a species species concepts and what methods are used to determine what a species is different kinds of reproductive isolationsboth pre and post- zygotic difference between types of evolution (gradualism
1. Line Stevie 2. Tana Hoban photography 3. Bedtime activities A Hunting We Will Go 4. Folk lullaby Hush Little Baby 5. Woodie Howdi Do 6. Acting out Wheels on the Bus 7. Taught by books colors 8. Missing child Sylvester and the Magic Pebble 9. Boating ad
This exam covers the lectures on form and function, hormones, the immune system, circulation, respiration, osmoregulation, and the nervous system of animals. These systems are all connected, so try to think of the entire animal and dont study the systems