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Phylum Chrysophyta

Golden brown


Most common


Diatoms


2 shells made of glass


Fresh and salt water

Phytoplankton

Phylum Euglenophyta

Fresh water only


Move towards sunlight

Phytoplankton

Phylum Pyrrophyta

Red pigments


Cause PSP


Some have bioluminescence

Phytoplankton

Phylum Ciliophora

Use cilia to move

Zooplankton

Phylum Mastigophora

Use flagella

Zooplankton

Phylum Sarcodinia

Move using pseudopods

Zooplankton

Phylum Sporoza

No method of movement


Internal parasites

Kingdom Protista

Eukaryotic cells


Unicellular

Kingdom Monera

Simplest form of life


Prokaryotic cell


Unicellular

Phylum chlorophyta

Green algae


Eel grass

Algae

Kingdom plantae

Plants


Multicellular


Photosynthetic

Phylum rhodophyta

Red algae


Sea noodles

Algae

Phylum phaeophyta

Brown algae


Bull kelp

Algae

Phylum bryophyta

Primitive land plants


No tubes


Wet environment


Moss

Land

Phylum traceophyta

Tubes

Class pteropsioa

Seedless


Spores


Ferns

Phylum tracheophyta

Class gymnospermae

Conifers


Cones


Needles

Phylum tracheophyta

Class Anglospermae

Covered seeds


Use flowers


Produce fruits

Phylum tracheophyta

Kingdom Animalia

Eukaryotic


Multicellular


Heterotrophic by ingestion

Phylum Porifera

Sponges


Simplest of all animals

Kingdom Animalia

Phylum Cnidaria

Radial symmetry


Stinging cells

Kingdom Animalia

Class scyphozoa

Adult fun form is medusa


Alternate between medusa and polyp

Phylum Cnidaria

Class anthozoa

Adult form is polyp


No medusa stage to life cycle

Phylum Cnidaria

Phylum Platyhelminthes

Flat worms


Cephalized


Mesoderm

Kingdom Animalia

Class Turbellaria

Free living


Ex. planaria

Phylum Platyhelminthes

Class Cestoda

Internal parasites


Tape worms

Phylum Platyhelminthes

Phylum Nematode

Round worms


Complete digestive system


Pseudo coelom

Kingdom Animalia

Phylum Annelida

Segmented worms


True coelom

Kingdom Animalia

Class hirudinea

No hair


Leeches


Terrestrial or Aquatic

Phylum Annelida

Class Polychaeta

Many hairs


Most are marine


Ex. Tubeworms

Phylum Annelida

Class Oligochaeta

Few hairs


Earthworms

Phylum Annelida

Phylum Mollusca

Soft body


Snails


Squid

Kingdom Animalia

Class Gastropoda

Stomach foot


Snail, slug, nudibranch


Veliger larve

Phylum Mollusca

Class bivalvia

Two shells


Clams, mussels, oysters, scallops

Phylum Mollusca

Class Cephalopoda

Head foot


Squid


Octopus


Cuttlefish

Phylum Mollusca

Phylum Arthropoda

Jointed legs


Exoskeleton

Kingdom Animalia

Class Chilopoda

Poison foot


Centipede


Hunters


2legs per segment


10 Plus segments


2 antenna

Phylum Arthropoda

Class Diplopoda

Millipedes


Herivores


4 legs per segment


30 plus segments


2 antenna

Phylum Arthropoda

Class Crustacea

Oceans


Crab, shrimp, lobster


Detritovores


5 pairs of legs


2 pars antenna

Phylum Arthropoda

Class Arachnidae

4 pairs of walking legs


2 body parts


Poisonous


Spiders


Scorpions


Mites

Phylum Arthropoda

Class Insecta

3 pair of walking legs


3 body parts


2 pairs of wings


Compound eyes


Bees


Ants


Beetles

Phylum Arthropoda

Phylum Echinidermata

Spiny skin


Examples sea star, sand dollar, sea urchin


Pentaradial symmetry


Not cephalized


Water vascular system


Deuteristomes

Kingdom Animalia

Class Asteriidea

Sea stars


Predatory

Phylum Echinodermata

Class Echinoidea

Sea urchin


Herbivores

Phylum Echinodermata

Class Holothuroidea

Sea cucumbers


Filter feeders or detrivores

Phylum Echinodermata

Phylum Chordata

DTNC


Notocord


Gill slits


Postanal tail


Examples: fish, birds, reptiles, mammals, sea squirt

Kingdom Animalia

Sub Phylum Vertebrata

Notocord has evolved into series of vertebrae separated by cartilage discs


Allows great flexibility

Phylum Chordata

Class Agnatha

Jaw less fish


Examples lampry, hagfish

Sub Phylum Vertebrate

Class Chondricthyes

Cartilage fish


Examples sharks rays


Jaws


Paired fins

Sub Phylum Vertebrata

Class Osteicthyes

Bony fish


Examples tuna, trout


Bony skeleton


Swim bladder

Sub Phylum Vertebrata

Class Ampebiba

Examples frogs, salamanders


Lungs


Legs

Sub Phylum Vertebrata

Class Reptilia

Examples crocodiles, snakes, lizards


Scales


Amniotic eggs

Sub Phylum Vertebrata

Class Aves

Examples birds


Feathers


Beak


Hallow bones

Sub Phylum Vertebrata

Class Mammalia

Examples humans, lions


Hair


Milk producing


Uterus (most)

Sub Phylum Vertebrata