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Animal Lab Practical

Animal phylum and Structures

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Name all of the phylum studied: (There are 9 of them) Porifera, Cnidaria, Annelida, Anthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Chordata, Nematoda, Plantyhelminthes
Give an example of items in the porifera phylum: Sponges
Give examples of stuff in the Cnidaria phylum: Hydra, sea anemone, jellyfish, port man of war, corals
Give examples of stuff in Plantyhelminthes phylum: Flatworm, Tapeworm, Liver Fluke
Stuff in Annelida phylum: Earthworm, leech
Stuff in nematoda phlum: Ascaris, Vinegar Eel
Stuff in Anthropoda phlum: Crayfish, millipedes, centipedes, grasshoppers, spiders
Stuff in echinodermata phylum: Sea star, brittle star, sand dollar, sea cucumber, Sea urchin, Crinoid
What's a crinoid? Fossilized sea lily
Stuff in chordata phylum: Human, Bird, fish
How would you recognize a sea lily? Looks like a palm-tree
What's the difference between the medusa and polyp jellyfish forms? Medusa is the actual jellyfish, polyp attaches to substrate, doesn't look like jellyfish
What is a hermaphrodite? Having both sexes
What are the three structures all mollusca possess? 1)Head-foot 2) Visceral mass 3) Mantle
What's the formal name of a lamprey? Agantha
Formal name of a bony fish? Osteichthyes
Formal name of dogfish Chondrichthyes
What has asymetrical symetry? Porifera
What has bilateral symetry? Chordata, Annelida, Anthropoda, Mollusca, Nematoda, Platyhelminthes,
What has radial symetry? Adult echinodermata, Cnidaria
what phylum has two tissue layers? Cnidaria
What phylum has no tissue layers? Porifera
Which phylum is coelom? Annelida-chordata
phylum is acoelomate? Porfifera-platyhelminthes
Pseudocoelomate: Nematoda
Which phyla are protostome? Annelida, Mollusca, Arthropoda
Why phyla are deutrostome? Echinodermata and chordata
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