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What phylum do sponges belong to
Porifera
What are the classes in the Cnidaria phylum
Hydrozoa, Scyphozoa, Anthozoa
What animals are in the class hydrozoa?
hydra, obelia, and portuguese man-o-war
What is the animals in the scyphozoa class?
jelly fish
What are the animals in the class Anthozoa?
sea anemone, sea fan, sea whip, sea pen, and coral
what are the classes in the Platyhelminthes phylum?
tubellaria, trematoda, and cestoda
What are the animals in the class tubellaria? what phylum is it in?
plnaria, terrestrial flatworms, and marine flatworms; platyhelminthes
what are the animals in the class Trematoda? What phylum is it in?
Chinese liver fluke, sheep liver fluke, and blood fluke; phylum platyhelminthes
What are the animals in the class Cestoda?
tapeworms, phylum platyhelminthes
Hookworms, ascaris, toxacara, heartworms, trichinella, and pinworms all belong to what phylum?
Nematoda
What phylum do the animal Rotifer belong to?
Rotifera
What are the classes in the Annelida phylum
Polychaeta, oligochaeta, and hirudina
what animal belongs to the Polychaeta class? what is the phylum?
polychaeta worms (example fire worms); phylum Annelida
What animal belongs to the Oligochaeta class? what is the phylum?
Earthworm; Annelida phylum
what animal belong to the Hirudina class? what is the phylum?
Leech; annelida
The classes Polyplacophora, Gastropoda, Bivalvia, and Cephalopoda all belong to what phylum?
Mollusca
What animal belong to the Polyplacophora class?
chiton
the limpet, snail, whelk, slug, and nudibranch all belong to what class and phylum?
Gastropoda; mollusca
what animal belong to the class Bivalvia?
bivalve (oyster)
what animals belong to the Cephalopoda class?
Octopus, squid, cuttlefish, and nautilus
What are the two Phylums that have subphylums?
Chordata and Arthropoda
What are the subphylums in the Phylum Arthropoda?
Trilobita, Chelicerata, Myriapoda, Hexapoda, and Crustacea
what animal belong to the subphylum trilobita?
trilobite
What are the classes in the Subphylum Chelicerata?
Merostomata and Arachnida
the Mersotomata class has what animal?
horseshoe crab
the Arachinda class has what animals?
scorpion, spider, tick, mite, pseudoscorpion, and harvestman
What are the classes in the subphylum myriapoda?
chilopoda (centipede) and dipolopoda (millipede)
What is the animals in the class Insecta and what sub-phylum do they belong too?
flea, louse, praying mantis, dragonfly, may/june beetle, cricket, cicada, cockroach, lacewing, green stink bug, cranefly, sulfur butterfly, bumblebee, and honeybee; Hexapoda
the sea star, serpent/ brittle star, basket star, sea urchin, sand dollar, sea cucumber, and feather star belong to What phylum?
Echinodermata
What are the sub phylums in the phylum Chordata?
Urochordata, cephalochrodata, and vertebrata
What animal belong to the Urochordata subphylum?
Tunicate/ sea squirt
What animal belong to the subphylum Cephalochordata? what is the phylum?
lancelet; chordata
subphylum do the classes myxini, petromyzontida, chondrichthyes, actinopterygii, amphibia, reptilia, aves, and mammalia?
Vertebrata
what animals is in the class myxini?
hagfish
what animals belong to the class petromyzontida?f
lamprey
What animal is in the class is the chondrichthyes?
sharks and rays
what animal is in actinopterygii?
ray-finned bony fish
What class is the animals frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts?
Amphibia
what class do the animals turtles, lizards, snakes, alligators?
class Reptilia
What animal is the class Aves?
birds
what is the animals in the class Mammalia?
mammals
what to recognize with sponges...
*sponge spicules: spicules
*Leucosolenia( the cucumber) -spicules and osculum
*spongin fibers
What to know about Hydrozoa
*recognize Hydra plain
*know Hydra C.S: epidermis, mesoglea, gastrodermis, gastrovascular cavity
*budding
What to know on a Obelia colony?
feeding and reproductive polyps
Recognize Medusa...
know what it looks like...ID it
what to know on a Monecious Hydrozoa?
testies and ovaries
What to know about nematocysts?
nematocysts is the stinging cells on a jelly fish tentacles.
what to identify with planaria?
gastrovascular cavity, pharynx, eyespot, and auricle
What to know on the Clonorchis? ...the chinese liver fluke
oral suckers, pharynx, esophagus, intestine, ventral sucker, uterus, ovaries, seminal receptacle, testes, yolk gland...
what to know about trematode?
suckers
What to know about taenia?...a tapeworm
scolex region, hooks, and suckers(used for attachment only)
What to know about a Mature proglottid?
ovary, yolk gland, testes, and genital pore
what to know about a Cestoda( proglottid)?
how the eggs look( reminder it is on a slide)
what to know about a cestoda (proglottid) scolex?
recognize the head and suckers
What is there to ID about the trichinella?
*know the cyst
-the larvae are encysted in muscle...this causes trichinosis
Enterobius
ID as pinworm(most likely going to be a slid)
What to identify with the rotifer?
the corona( at the top) and the foot(separated with two toes)
what to know on a lumbricus on a earth worm( intestinal region)
dorsal blood vessel, typhlosole, coelom, ventral nerve cord, circular muscles, longitudinal muscles, and intestines
What to know with the disection of a earth worm...
pharynx, aortic hearts(arches) seminal vesicles. seminal receptacles, crop, gizzard, intestine, septa, dorsal blood vessel, ventral nerve cord, and look for nephrida...
radula
has teeth on them.(snail)
what is a bivalve?
clam
what to know with cray fish dissections...
*identify the male from female
*hearts, intestine, stomach, digestive gland, gills, green gland, and ventral nerve cord
what to know in a Amphioxus lancelet...
pharyngeals gill slits, notochord, and dorsl nerve cord
Phylum PORIFERA charactristics...
*Radial and asymmetrical symmetry
*no Coelom
*do NOT have a digestive, circulatory, excretion or respiratory system.
*have spicules and sponging for support
Phylum CNIDARIA characteristics...
*Radial symmetry
*no Coelom
*Incomplete Digesstive system
*has Excretion system
*Mesoglea and CaCO3 for support
Phylum NEMATODA characteristics...
*bilateral symmetry
*pseudocoelom
*closed digestive system
*no circulatory or respiratory systems
*Excretory system present
*cuticles and hydrostatic pressure for support
Phylum ROTIFERA characteristics....
*bilateral symmetry
*Pseudocoelom
*complete digestive system
*No ciculatory system or respiratory system
*excretory system present
*cuticles and hydrostatic pressure for support
phylum ANNELIDA characteristics...
*bilateral symmetry
*true coelom
*complete digestive system
*closed circulatory
*has excretory and respiratory systems present
*connective tissue and hydrostatic pressure for support
phylum Mollusca characteristics...
*bilateral symmetry
*true coelom
*closed digestive system
*excretory and respiratory systems present
*connective tissue and hydrostatic pressure and shell for support
*open or closed digestive system
phylum Arthropoda characteristics...
*bilateral symmetry
*true coelom but greatly reduced
*closed digesteive system
*open circulatory system
*excretory and respiratory system present
*exoskeleton of chitin and hydrostatic pressure for support
phylum ENCHINODERMATA characteristics...
*bilateral symmetry
*true coelom
*incomplete or complete digestive systems
*closed circulatory systems
*no excretory system
*respiratory system present
*endoskeleton of ossicles and hydrostatic pressure for support
phylum CHORDATA characteristics...
*bilateral symmetry
*true coelom
*complete digestive system
*both excretory and respiratory system present
*notochord and endoskeleton for support
scyphozoa phylum...
cnidaria
hydrozoa phylum...
cnidaria
anthozoa
cnidaria
tubellaria
platyhelmenthes
cestoda
platyhelmenthese
trematoda
platyhelmenthes
nematoda
no classes
rotifera
no classes
polychaeta
annelida
oligocheata
annelida
hirudina
annelida
polyplacophora
mollusca
gastropoda
mullusca
bivalvia
mullusca
chephalopoda
mullusca
subphylum trilobita
arthropoda
merostomata
subphylum chelicerata, arthopoda
arachnida
subphylum chelicerata, arthropoda
subphylum chelicerata
arthopoda
subphylum myriapoda
diplopoda and chilopoda, arthopoda
diplopooda and chilopoda
myriapoda, arthropoda
subphylum hexapoda
arthropoda
class insecta
sub phylum hexapoda, arthropoda
subphylum crustacea
arthropoda
echinodermata
no subphylum and no class
urochordata
chordata
cephlocordata
chordata
vertebrata
chordata
class myxini
vertebrata, hagfish chordata
class petromyzontida
vertebrata, lamprey, chordata
class chondrichthyes
vertebrata, sharkes and rays, chordata
class actinpterygii
vertebrata, ray fanned boney fish; chordata
class amphibia
vertebrata, toads frogs salamanders nutes, chordata
class reptilia
vertebrata, alligator lizard turtle snakes
class aves
vertebrata, birds
class mammalia
vertebrata, mammals