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HW: Copy Word Walls to break down Gymnosperm no flowers (roots, stems, leaves) Conifers Produce cones Cones can be male/female or both on one tree Angiosperms flowers (roots, stems,leaves) Monocot One cotyledon Dicot 2 cotyledon Word Wall Vascular Seed Plants characteristic # of cotyledon Veins in leaves parallel net Vascular bundles scatteredring Multiples of 3 Multiples of 4 or 5 # of petals Endosperm can be just in the ground food source or becomes f1st leaf if plant a leaf Endosperm is food source and is consumed as it rises up the stem to become the first leaves About cotyledon Placement And usefulness
Lesson Plan U2L5 Introduction to Animals continued and U2L6 Animal Behaviors DOL Review Vocabulary Definitions on the next slide
Individual one organism of one species Population two or more organisms of one species Community more than one species and more than one organism of each species in an area interacting together Ecosystem the biotic (all species) and abiotic (all stimuli) in an area also called a territory on a lower level Biosphere all ecosystems of earth Migration when the biological clock signals an innate response to move to a different environmental condition (geese, Monarch butterfly, salmon, some Aves) Social behavior the learned behaviors and innate behaviors within a species (male penguin bringing a pebble to female to mate, Aves dancing) Learned behavior a behavior that is acquired through trial and error and developed over time. These behaviors may be based on innate abilities, such as being athletic is learned, but being able to play basketball well based on height or baseball based on being left handed is innate, but without utilizing these innate gene related characteristics, the behavior would not develop.
Porifera SPONGES http://www.fossweb.com/delegate/ssi-foss- ucm/Contribution%20Folders/FOSS/multimedia_ms_1E/PopulationsandEcosys tems/organismdatabase/orgpages/1146_0.html SPONGE EATING http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmPTM965-1c SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN SPONGES http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVavqt4Sbyo
Introduction to the Animal Kingdom Porifera Sponges Porifera Means Pore Body Plan Simple tube Symmetry none Cell organization Two distinct cell layers (not tissues) Organs and systems None Feeding Filet feeders collar cells
Using page 303 Life Science, phyla/class charts, and Transparency 21 students will create a poster of the Phylogeny of The Animal Kingdom and record the major Structural change that resulted in the creation of a new phylum. Students use rubric Poster RubricPoster Rubric
Percent of Invertebrates (97%) and Vertebrates (3%)
SGR 51 What is an Animal SG 51 CHECKED ARE 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11 12 BILATERAL 13 RADILA 14 BILATERAL 15 REDIAL 16 BILATERIAL 17 BILATERAL So What is an Animal?
1.AMOEBA – PSEUDOPOD 2.EUGLENA – FLAGELLA 3.PARAMECIUM-CILIA SGR 51 What is an Animal CELL THEORY: STATES ALL CELLS CAME FROM EXISTING CELLS SO ALL ANIMALS ARE EUKARYTIC MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS THAT CAME FROM PROTOZOAN LIKE PROKARYOTIC UNICELLULAR ORGANISMS NAME 3 PROTOZOANS AND WHAT THEY USE TO MOVE GO TO TRANSPARENT NAME 1 ORGANELLE ANIMAL CELLS HAVE THAT PLANT CELLS DO NOT HAVE 1.AMOEBA – PSEUDOPOD 2.EUGLENA – FLAGELLA 3.PARAMECIUM-CILIA
Reinforcement 52 (study guide was omitted) Experiments Using Animals 1.A, B, F 2.C, D, E 3.D 4.A 5.Antibiotics rats, Pesticides dogs, drug addiction cats, malaria canaries, diabetes dogs and rabbits, pigs, organ transplants cows 6.ANSWER CONSTRUCTED BY STUDENTS: Animals can only be tested if they are not harmed unless already injured or sick in a comparable manner to the tested illness and are kept in humane conditions.
Study Guide 53 The Simplest Invertebrates 1.B 2.A 3.B 4.A 5.C 6.C 7.Meduca 8.Egg and sperm 9.Sexual reproduction 10.Larvae C 11.A polyp 12.meduca 13.Asexual reproduction INGESTION OF WATER CAPTURE FOOD PARTICLES FROM WATER MOVE TO CREATE CURRENT TO PULL WATER INTO COLLAR CELLS Fiber skeleton of sponges Harder skeleton like part of sponges gives support and very little protection from predators Inject toxins and paralyze the prey tentacles Crest on top of gas filled medusa that is blue, pink, purple 3 different types of polyps anchor a cluster of tentacles that can be 50 m or 165 feet long Polyps live inside of calcium carbonate of limestone cups where they, reproduce, and die. They leave behind their limestone cup for new polyps to live reproduce and die. This is all cemented. Other organisms would lose their food and shelter
Animals 2C, 2G, 2R, 2W and a way to regulate body temperature reproduce sexually some asexually Cold Blooded Warm Blooded Invertebrates Vertebrates Porifera Cniderian fish Amphibians Reptiles Aves Mammals Platyhelminthes Nematoda Annelids mollusc Arthropods Enchinoderms
KINGDOM ANIMAL PHYLUM PORIFERA MEANS PORES BODY PLAN SIMPLE TUBE SYMMETRY NONE CELL ORGANIZATIONTWO DISTINCT CELL LAYERS ORGANS AND SYSTEMSNONE FEEDINGFILTER FEEDERS SPECIALIZED CELLSCOLLAR CELLS REPRODUCTIONASEXUALLY AND SEXUAL