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What is the name of a fertilized egg?
Zygote
Another word for egg.
Ovum
Another word for sperm.
Spermatazoan
Another word for fertilization.
Syngamy
Cube shaped cell (Nucleus in the middle)
Cuboidal
Blastopore turns into the mouth.
Protostomia
Blastopore forms into an anus 1st.
Deuterostomia
Center of the sponge
Spongocoel
Area behind the blastopore
Archenteron
The study of tissues, especially their structure and arrangement.
Histology
A flatten cell
Squamous
Tall column cells (Nucleus @ the bottom)
Columnar
Opening that begins to form in the gastrula stage.
Blastopore.
4 basic tissue types
Epithelium, Connective, Muscle, and Nervous
Name of a cell with 2 or more layers
Stratified
Name of cell with one layer
Simple
Dead cells are on the top
Keratinized
Live cells on the top
Unkeratinzed
Same ancestry but end up differently
Homologous
Different ancestry, end up the same
Convergence
1st animals
Protozoans
Multicellular
Metazoan
Different Kingdom types
Monera, Protista, Fungi, Animalia, Plantae
Big 7 (In Order)
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Big 7 is an example of this (Ex. Type of classification)
Hierarchical Classification
2 word name (Ex. Type of classification)
Binomial Nomenclature
Correct way to give genus name
Underline to show Latin, and Capitalize 1st letter
3 things that allow Protists movement
Flagella, Cilia, and Pseuobpodium
Outer shell of Protist
Test
Phylum: Amoebozoa
______
______
Amoeba, Difflugia
Phylum: "Radiolaria"
______
radiolarians
Phylum: Foraminifera
_______
Foraminiferans
Amoeba is apart of what phylum?
Amoebozoa
Difflugia is apart of what phylum?
Amoebozoa
Radiolarians are apart of what phylum?
"Radiolaria"
Foraminiferans are apart of what phylum?
Foraminifera
Phylum: Euglenozoa
______
______
Euglena, Trypanosoma
Phylum: Parabasala
______
Trichonympha
Phylum: Viridiplantae
______
Volvox
Phylum: Apicomplexa
______
Plasmodium
Phylum: Ciliophora
______
______
______
Paramecium, Stentor, Vorticella
Euglena is apart of what phylum?
Euglenozoa
Trypanosoma is apart of what phylum?
Euglenozoa
Trichonympha is apart of what phylum?
Parabasala
Volvox is apart of what phylum?
Viridiplantae
Plasmodium is apart of what phylum?
Apicomplexa
Paramecium is apart of what phylum?
Ciliophora
Stentor is apart of what phylum?
Ciliophora
Vorticella is apart of what phylum?
Ciliophora
Sponges are apart of what Kingdom?
Animalia
What do sponges NOT have?
No Organs and No Stomach
Opening hole of the sponge
Osculum
Center of Blastula?
Blastocoel
All the digestion happens inside system
Intracellular
Phylum: Porifera
______
______
______
Grantia (Sycon), Glass Sponge, Commercial Sponge
Grantia is apart of what phylum?
Porifera
Glass Sponges are apart of what phylum?
Porifera
Commercial Sponges are apart of what phylum?
Porifera
Opening holes in the sponge wall
Dermal Ostia (Ostium)
Canal opening to the spongocoel in the sponge wall
Radial Canal
Canal that opens to the outside on the sponge wall
Incurrent canal
Fringe of stiff, rod-like poky things (Keeps animals from eating them)
Spicules
Central Cavity of the sponge
Spongocoel
Phylum: Cnidaria
Class: Hydrozoa
_____
_____
_____
_____
Hydra, Obelia, Gonionemus, Physalia
Phylum: Cnidaria
Class: Scyphozoa
_____
Aurelia
Phylum: Cnidaria
Class: Anthozoa
_____
_____
Metridium, Corals
Top surface of a hydra
Aboral Surface
Bottom surface of Hydra
Oral Surface