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1 Animal Book Build the animal book: 1 piece of colored paper 4 pieces of copy paper Staples Fold paper in half (hamburger style), staple to make a booklet. On Front Cover - “Animal Book” On Back Cover - Name and Period Inside front cover – tape Animal Readiness and Supporting Standards Inside back cover – tape Animal Phylogenetic Trees

2 Vocabulary – page 1 Animal – p 657 Invertebrate – p 657 Vertebrate – p Essential Functions – p Cell Specialization – p 660 Embryonic Germ Layers (3 types) – p 661 Body Symmetry (2 types) – p 662 Cephalization – p 663, 748 Body Cavities – p 663

3 Phylum – Porifera – page 2 Examples: Sponges Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: internal fertilization(666); larva(666) Include a labeled picture of a sponge (fig 26-8 p665)

4 Phylum - Cnidarian – page 3 Example: Jellyfish, Coral Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: gastrovascular cavity(671); external fertilization(672) Include a labeled sketch of a Cnidarian (fig p.670)

5 Phylum – Platyhelminthes – page 4 Example: Flatworms, Flukes, Tapeworms Compare and Contrast the: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Coelom(683); Hermaphrodite(686) Include a labeled sketch of a flatworm (fig. 27-3, p.685)

6 Phylum – Nematoda– page 5 Example: Roundworms, Hookworms, Trichinosis-causing worms, Ascarid worms Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Pseudocoelom (689), Anus (689) Include a labeled sketch of a roundworm (fig.27-7, p.689)

7 Phylum – Annelida – page 6 Example: Earthworms, Leeches, Bloodworms Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: closed circulatory system (695) Include a labeled sketch of an earthworm (fig27-16, p697)

8 Phylum – Mollusca – page 7 Example: Gastropods (Snails, Slugs); Bivalves (Clams, Mussels, Oysters, Scallops); Cephalopods (Squid, Octopi, Nautiluses) Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: mantle(702); shell(702); siphon(703) Include a labeled picture of a Mollusk (fig p.703)

9 Phylum – Arthropoda – page 8 Example: Crustacea (Crabs, Shrimp, Lobsters, Crayfish, Barnacles); Chelicerates (Spiders, Ticks, Mites, Scorpions, Horseshoe Crabs); Uniramia (Insects, Centipedes, Millipeds) Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Exoskeleton(715); Chitin(715); Appendages(715); Molting(719) Include a labeled sketch of Insects (fig28-15, p727; fig28-16, p728; fig28-18, p729)

10 Phylum – Echinodermata – page 9 Example: Sea Star, Sea Urchins, Sand Dollars, Sea Cucumbers Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Endoskeleton(734); Water Vascular System(735) Include a labeled sketch of a Sea Star (fig28-23, p735)

11 Phylum – Fish – page 10 Example: Perch, Catfish, Trout, Salmon Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Cartilage(773); Swim Bladder(777) Include a labeled sketch of a fish (fig30-11, p774)

12 Phylum – Amphibians – page 11 Example: Frog, Salamander, Toads, Caecilians Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Nictitating Membrane(787) Include a labeled sketch of a frog (fig30-24, p784)

13 Phylum – Reptiles – page 12 Example: Alligator, Lizard, Crocodile, Snake, Turtle Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Ectotherm(800); Amniotic Egg(802) Include a labeled sketch of a turtle (fig 31-4, p801)

14 Phylum – Birds – page 13 Example: Blue Jay, Robin, Cardinal, Eagle, Hawk Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Feathers(806); Endotherm(808) Include a labeled sketch of a bird (fig 31-14, p809)

15 Phylum – Mammals – page 14 Example: Cat, Dog, Bat, Mouse, Rat, Zebra, Whale, Dolphin, Human, Platypus, Kangaroos Describe the following: Environment (temperature, climate) Food Source Maintaining homeostasis – circulation, respiration, excretion Movement Reproduction Evolutionary milestone Define: Mammary Glands(821); Cerebral Cortex(825) Include a labeled sketch of the homologous structures in Fig 32-7, p827


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