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CNIDOCYTE
STINGING CELL ( CELL CONTATINING UNDISCHARGED NEMATOCYST
DIOBLASTIC
2 TISSUE LAYERS
INSIDE LAYER GASTRODERMIS
OUTSIDE LAYER EPIDERMIS
CONTRACTILE FIBERS
PRIMITIVE MUSCLES
MESENCHYME
MESOGLEA
MESOPHYL
GELATINOUS MATRIX SURROUNDING CELLS
POLYP TYPE
MEDUSA TYPE (DESCRIBE)
LIKE OBELIA
LIKE JELLYFISH
PHYLUM CNIDARIA
SEA ANEMONES, JELLYFISH,HYDROIDS
DOES HYDRA HAVE NERVE NET?
DOES HYDRA HAVE BUTT?
YES A NERVE NET
NO BUT (INCOMPLETE GUT)
NAMATOCYSTS
HARPOON
DIFFUSION
CHEMICALS MOVE FROM GREATER TO LESSER CONCENTRATIONS
CHARCHTERISICS OF CNIDARIA
REPRODUCTION
ASEXUAL FISSION AND BUDDING
INTRA EXTRA DIJ ALL STUFF DIFFUSION SOME HAVE CHEMO PHOTO MECHANO RECEPTION EQUILIBRUM
PHOTORECEPTION
CLASS SCYPHOZOA
CLASS HYDROZOA
CLASS ANTHOZOA
TRUE JELLYFISH
HYDRA, OBELIA
FLOWER ANIMALS SEA ANEMONE + CORALS
EXPLAIN CNIDARIAN LIFE CYCLE
ZYGOTE TURNS INTO PLANULA LARVA TURNS INTO POLYP TURNS INTO MEDUSA THEY PRODUCE SPERM AND EGG BECOMES ZYGOTE
UNDERLINE RULE APPLYS TO WHAT?
HYDRA OBELIA
(GENUS NAMES )
STATOCYST
CONTAINS STATOLITH
STATOCYST IS A EQUILIBRUM SENSOR
OCELLI
LIKE EYE CAN TELL LIGHT FROM DARK CORAL CAN AND JELLYS
MONECIOUS
DIOECIOUS
MALE AND FEMALE MOST SPONGES
MALE OR FEMALE
PHYLUM PORIFERA
3 CLASSES OF
mOST ARE MARINE
SPONGES
CALCAREA SPONGES (CALCIUM)
HEXACTINELLIDA (GLASS)6 RAYS
DEMOSPONGIAE HORNY SPONGIN FIBERS OR SILICA SPICULES MOST COMMON
ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF PORIFERA?
ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF
CNIDARIA?
IN CERAMICS IN MEDICINE

JEWLERY BONE REPAIR JELLYS AS PETS
OSCULUM
REPRODUCTION OF PORIFERA
OPENING OF SPONGE
A SEXUAL AND SEXUAL
METRIDIUM
FOSSIL
LAMARK
SEA ANEMONE
EVIDENCE OF ACHIENT LIFE
GIRAFFE GUY
MODIFICATION
ONE SPECIES MODIFIED OVER TIME TO BECOME OTHERS
NATURAL SELECTION
ORGANISM WITH BEST ADAPTED VARIATON WILL SRVIVE AND PRODUCE NEXT GENERATION.
SURVIVAL OF A SPECIES DEPENDS ON?
CHANGES IN ENVIROMENT AND VARIATION WHO IS BEST SUITED TO CHANGES.
ORIGIN OF SPECIES 1859
GREATEST UNIFYING FORCE IN BIOLOGY TODAY.
EVOLUTION
5 KINGDOMS
ANIMALA PLANTE FUNGI MONERA AND PROTESTA
MONERA

PROTESTA
BACTERIA

PROTOZOA AND ALGAE SEA WEED
felis catus
How would you write this
Felis Catus
----- ----- Genus Species
ZOOEOGRAPHY
ANIMAL DISTRIBUTION WHAT WERE LIMITING FACTORS?
ANIMALS AND LAND
PHYSICAL BARRIERS, CLIMATE, PREDATORS OR OTHER ANIMALS, AND FOOD AVAILABILITY
eUKARYOTIC
CELLS HAVE A NECULEUS
cLASSIFICATION TABLE
KINGDOM PHYLUM CLASS ORDER FAMILY GENUS SPECIES "A GROUP OF RELATED " " AND A GROUP OF INTERBREEDING ORGANISIMS
ORGANIC EVOLUTION
PHYLOGENY
EVOLUTION
EVOLUTION OF EARTH
TREE OF ANIMAL LIFE
PERPETUAL CHANGE
COMPARTATIVE METHOD
PERPETUAL CHANGE IS A
MULTIPLICATION
COMPARES RELATED SPECIES
FACT
NEW SPECIES
GRADUALISM
SORTING
COMMON DECENT
DIFFERENCES IN SPECIES
OCCOURS BECAUSE SOME TRAITS ARE ADVANTAGEOUS
ALL FORMS OF LIFE HAVE COMMON DECENT
HOMOLOGY


RECAPITULATION
COMMON CHARACHTERISTICS OF ANCESTOR

BIOGENETIC LAW
HETEROCHRONY

ADAPTIVE RADIATION
ANIMALS CAME FROM COMMON ANCESTOR.
DIVERSE SUB SPECIES FROM SAME ANCESTOR.
PUNCUATED EQUILIBRUM
BRIEF SPECIATION FOLLOWED BY LONG STASIS
hETEROZYGOUS
HOMOZYGOUS
aA Both dominant and recessive
aa Recessive
micro and macro
evolution
Micro- genes in a population

macro- evolution on big scale
alleles

polymorphyism
variant forms of single gene

occourance of all different alleles in a pop.
Allelic frequency is?
finds micro evolutionary
divregence between pops.
regualar frequency of a particullar allele.
Hardy Weinberg equilibrum
In free breeding frequency of allele would remian constant except for migration mutation gentic drif and no natural selection.
Genetic drift
Loss of alleles from pop.
erodes genetic variability
not good small population
permian extiction
(catastrophic species selection
50% of shallow invertabrates died 90% of marine invetabrates died
biologist group animals according to
homologus features
(systematics cladistics)
and taxonomy
Homoplasy


outgroup
looks homologus but is not from same ancestor

phylogentically close but not of same ancestor