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a) This is from the Phylum Cnidaria- a closeup of Nematocycts, which is present in the entire phylum.
b) These are stinging capsules within specialized cells called CNIDOCYTES which are used for snchorage, defense, and capture of prey.
c) Every organism in this phylum possesses organelles called nematocysts
a) Identify the slide?
b) what is the function?
c) where is it located?
a) this is a Hydra from the Class Hydrozoan come from the Phylum Cnidaria.
b) Hydras use nematocysts in their tentacles to stun their prey with venom
c) Hydras live in still and slow moving waters attached to leaves and stems. They have pedal discs composed of gland cells that help them to attach to substrates.
d)
a) Identify the slide?
b) what is its function?
c) where is it located?
d) anything extra?
a) this is a
a) Identify the slide, (d,e)?
b) function?
c) located?
d) Family?
e) phylum?
f) characteristics?
g) anything else to add?
a) This is the ANTHROPODA family
b) Crab, 5 legs; Spider 4 legs; Bee, 3 legs; Centipede, 1 pair/segment
a) Identify the slide?
b) how many legs do they have?
a) This is a Cnidaria Model
b) Tentacle, mouth, gastrovascular cavity, mesoglea, ectoderm, gastrodermis (derived from endoderm)
a) Identify the slide?
b) identify the parts, top left corner (clockwise)?
1) Left side
a) The left side is the Coelom Formatin of SCHIZOCOELOMATES
b) Members are mollusks, annelids, arthropods
c) The coelom forms by splitting of the mesoderm
d) Schizocoelom, blastopore, mesoderm, mouth, gut, anus, coelom, primitive gut

2) Right Side
a) The right side is the Coelom Formation of the ENTEROCOELOMATES
b) Members are echinoderms, chordates
c) The Coelom forms by out-pocketing of primitive gut
d) blastopore, gut anus, coelom, mouth, mesoderm, enteerocoelom, primitive gut
1) Left Side
a) Identify the Left slide?
b) Specify members ?
c) how is it formed?
d) identify parts from top left corner (clockwise)?
2) Right side
**Do exactly the same for the right side.
a) head, thorax, abdomen
b) antena, simple eye, tympanum, forewing, hindwing, ovipositor, spiracles, spiracle, palps, compound eye
c) crop, anorta, ovary, heart, dorsal tracheal trunk, air sac, rectum, anus, vagina, seminal receptacle, intestine, Malpighian tubules, stomach, gastric caeca, ventral nerve cord, salivary gland, mouth, ganglia
a) Identify the three main parts of a cricket?
b) Identify the outer parts from top left corner (clockwise)?
c) Identify the inner parts?
a) Coelom, septum (partition between segments), Typhlosole, Metanephridium, Setae, Nerve Cord, Ventral Vessel, Nephrostome, Intestine, Dorsal vessel, Longitudinal muscle, Circular muscle, epidernmis, Cuticle
b) anus
c) Metanephridium, Intestine, Gizzard, Ventral nerve w/segmental ganglia, Esophagus, Subpharyngeal ganglion, Mouth, Cerebral ganglia, Pharynx, Pumping vessels, Crop, Clitellum
a) Identify the top pix, from about 1:00 to 12:00 positions?
b) Identify the smaller pix?
c) Identify the last Pix fromthe 12:00 position in a clockwise direction?
a) epidermis, gastrovascular cavity, gastrodermis, mesoglea, food vacuole, intestitial cell, nematocyst, contractile fibers
b) mouth, tentacle, bud, gastrovascular cavity, foot, ovary, testis
c) cnidocyte
d) nematocyst before discharge, then a nematocyst after discharge w/a nucleus
a) Identify the left pix from top left in a clockwise position?
b) identify the right pix from the top in a clockwise position?
c) Identify the inscribed pix?
d) Identify the left inscribed pix, left pix, then right?
This is a pix of a nematocyst that has exploded and several cnidocils
Identify the slide?
This is a Hydra Tentacle, showing 1 exploded nematocyst and several cnidocils
identify the slide?
a) This is a Hydrozoa, Obelia Life Cycle
b) A Fertilized egg is initialized by the females gonads - ovaries from the Medusa and the males gonads - testis from the medusa, zygote, blastula, planula, scyphistoma (6 pm position), perisarc, coenosarc, blastostyl, Gonangium (Inscribed Gonad w/mouth identified, releases the sperm), top left is a Polypen, tentacle
a) Identify the slide?
b) Identify the parts from egg in a clockwise position?
a) this is a Model of the Life Cycle of Obelia
b) 2 medusa's fetilize an egg, the female meduse releases the egg from her gonad/ovaries and the male fertilizes the egg w/sperm released from his gonad/testis, Zygote, zygote formation, blastula, swimming planula larva, young colony, adult colony w/feeing polyp (hydranth), reproductive Polyp (Gonangium), inside the Reproductive Polyp is the medusa buds, which are released and then form male or female medusa and the life cycle continues
a) Identify the slide?
b) Identify the stages from beginning to end?
a) This is a Nematocyst Before Discharge, cnidoblast, hollow thread, trigger, major barb, nematocyst
b) This is a Nematocyst After Discharge, cnidoblast, major barb, trigger, nematocyst
a) Identify the top Pix, from 12pm clockwise?
b) Identify the bottom position, from 12pm clockwise?
This is the Planarian Anatomy
a) This is the, DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, Branched gastrovascular cavity, fod particles enter, mouth and anus, Pharynx
b) This is the, Nervous system, eyespot, transverse nerves, nerve cords, neural ganglia (brain)
c) This is the, Reproductive system, Testis, transvers nerves, nerve cords, neural ganglia (brain)
c) This is the, Reproductive system, testis, sperm duct continues on, yolk gland, seminal receptacle, penis in genital chanber, genital pore, copulatory sac, oviduct, ovary
d) This is the, Protonephridia (name cells, ducts, and pores), Excretory pore, canals, flame cell
a) Identify the slide, from top pix a, b, c, and d by identifying the system(s), Identify the parts from top left to bottom in a clockwise position?
a) This is a Roundworm's outer anatomy, Pharynx, brain, dorsal nerve cord, cuticle, sperm duct, gut, lateral nerve cord, pseudocoelom, muscl layer, anus, spicules that aid in sperm transfer, cloaca, seminal vesicle, sperm, excretory pore, ventral nerve cord, mouth
b) This is a c.s. of a Roundworm's Internal Anatomy, cuticle, epidermis, muscle, dorsal nerve, gut cavity, excretory canal, muscle, gland cell, ventral nerve, body cavity
a) Identify the left side, from top left in a clockwise position?
b) Identify the right side, from top left in a clockwise position?
This is a Spongel Model, Amebocyte, Osculum (excurrent pore), Choanocyte (collar cell), Ostium (incurrent pore), Porocyte (pore cell), Mesohyal, Spongocoel (atrium; paragaster), Spicule, Pinacocyte (epidermal cell), Ostium (incurrent pore)
Identify the slide, from top left in a clockwise position?
This is a Longitudinal section of a hydra, bottom left is a Tentacle, Hypostome, mouth, nematocyst, endodermal gland cell, Coelenteron (gastrovascular cavity), endoderm, mesoglea, ectoderm, testis, ovary young bud, older bud, pedal disc or basal disc.
Identify the slide and parts from top left in a clockwise position?
a) This is a dischardged penetrant Nematocyst, tubular filament, cnidoblast filament, spine, nematocyst shaft, cnidoblast
b) This is a undischarged volvent nematocyst
c) This is a undischarged penetrant nematocyst, cnidocil, nematocyst shaft, stylet, tubular filament, nucleus of cnidoblast, cnidoblast, "root" of cell
d) Discharged volvent nematocyst, tubular filament, cnidoblast
Identify the slide and all parts of images from left to right.
This is a Hydra Cross section, outer black dots (nematocyst), outer red dots (cnidocils), red/white dots (mesoglea), FINISH SLIDE LATER
Identify the slide?