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Arthropods part 2 Crustaceans arachnids Centipedes millipedes
Monday November 10, 2014 Agenda-arthropods Besides insects, what are the other groups of arthropods?
crustaceans Examples Body sections Crabs, lobster, crayfish, shrimp 2 or 3; each body section has a pair of legs or other appendage
Crustacean appendages Swimmerets Walking legs Used like flippers for swimming Used to crawl
Crustacean appendages Cheliped Large antenna Used to capture food and to defend itself Used to smell, taste and touch
Crustacean appendages Small antenna Have sense organs for taste, touch, and balance
crustaceans crab ‘
crustaceans lobster ‘
crustaceans crayfish ‘
crustaceans shrimp ‘
color Crab-red Grasshopper- green Fly-pencil Crayfish-brown
Now work on Safety poster Start answering questions (use your book or notes to help you)
Wednesday November 12, 2014 Agenda-worm dissection Everything off desks Choose jobs Write name/job on chart paper JOBS Get supplies Return supplies Trash Clean table
Thursday November 13, 2014 Agenda-arachnids Warm up-What are some thoughts about yesterday’s dissection?
arachnids Body sections? 2 First section is head/midsection Hind (rear) section is abdomen (reproductive organs & part of digestive system)
arachnids Legs? Antennae? 4 pairs (8) none
arachnids spiders Predators Eat insects Hollow fangs Insert venom into prey Venom turns prey’s tissue to mush Fangs are used like a straw to suck in food
arachnids Spider bites Rarely bite people Bites can be painful Brown recluse & black widow bites are dangerous-go to doctor
Black widow spider
Brown recluse spider
Other arachnids mites
Other arachnids ticks
Other arachnids scorpions
arthropod handout #13, 14, 15 Color R-brown
Spider Web Challenge How fast can your team build a realistic spider web using one container of dental floss? Materials (per team) One container of dental floss Scissors Glue Sheet of black paper
Friday November 14, 2014 Agenda- centipedes/milli pedes Were you successful in the spider web challenge? Why or why not?
centipedes Body sections? 2 Head-one pair of antennae Abdomen with many segments
centipedes Legs? One pair of legs on each segment Many have more than 100 segments so they may have more than 200 legs.
millipedes Body sections? 2 Head-one pair of antennae Abdomen with many segments (just like centipedes)
millipedes Legs? 2 pairs of legs on each segment Many have more than 80 segments, so they may have more than 320 legs
Wednesday 3/16/16 Learning Goal: Identify the four major groups of arthropods and the main characteristics of each Warm up: Many arthropods have appendages.
CHAPTER 10 SECTION 2 Arthropods. Characteristics of Arthropods Four major groups Crustaceans Arachnids Centipedes and Millipedes Insects Shared characteristics.
4/27/15 Mr. Faia 6 th Grade Science. 875,000 species (and probably a lot more) Include: Spiders Moths Lobsters Centipedes Scorpions Ants.
Arthropods Chapter 2 Section 2. Arthropods What are some examples of common arthropods? –Insects –Spiders –Crabs –Lobsters –Centipedes –Scorpions.
Ch. 29. Spiders, scorpions, mites, ticks, & horseshoe crabs Have Chelicerae: a pair of appendages used to attack prey Subphyla Chelicerate.
Arthropods Staring the Crayfish Part 1 – Introduction & External Anatomy.
Arthropods Chapter 28. Characteristics of Arthropods ► Exoskeleton which must be shed when the organism is growing…..shedding of the exoskeleton and the.
HORSESHOE CRAB 1. 2 body parts – cephalothorax and abdomen. 2. Long pointed tail.
Arthropods. Main Characteristics Jointed appendages Segmented body Exoskeleton (skeleton on outside) Mandibles – chewing mouthparts Metamorphosis ( egg.
10.2 Arthropods. POINT > Describe characteristics of arthropods POINT > Define exoskeleton and molting POINT > Identify the 4 largest groups of arthropods.
28.2. Arachnids Class Arachnida Spiders (largest group), scorpions, mites, ticks Two body regions Cephalothorax Abdomen Chelicerae: appendages modified.
Arthropod Review 1. Which arthropod(s) have a cephalothorax? 2.
End Show Slide 1 of 42 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Biology.
Arthropods Arthropoda - “ jointed legs. Largest animal phylum; includes insects, spiders shrimp, and centipedes. Jointed appendages include, legs, antennae,
PHYLUM ARTHROPOD BY: ARIANA MEJIA. CHARACTERISTICS Segmented body plan Exoskeleton Has an open circulatory system Nervous system has a dorsal.
Arthropods 5 th Grade. Phylum: Arthropod - “Arthropoda” *4 major groups: 1) Crustaceans 2) Arachnids 3) Centipedes & Millipedes 4) Insects.
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Arthropod #2 REVIEW JEOPARDY S2C06 Jeopardy Review.
ARTHROPODS Insects Shrimp Centipedes Lobsters Millipedes.
Arthropods ©2009 Susan Anderson. Characteristics of Arthropods Invertebrates Lack a backbone Exoskeleton Skeleton on the outside of the body Made of “chitin”
Ch 28- Arthropods and Echinoderms Phylum Arthropoda – Most diverse and successful animals of all time Segmented body, tough exoskelton, jointed appendages.
The awesome power of Arthropod Group members: Kaixun, Ethan, Aaron and Matthew.
Arthropods By nearly any measure, the most successful animals on the planet are the arthropods. They have conquered land, sea and air, and make up over.
Phylum Arthropoda Includes insects, spiders, crayfish,… Most successful animal group.
Phylum Arthropoda Means “jointed foot” - all appendages have hinges Means “jointed foot” - all appendages have hinges Most numerous of all animals Most.
Arthropods. General Characteristics All have jointed legs Evolved from annelids (segmented worms)
Characteristics and Classes of Arthropods By Jerit Owens.
ARTHROPODA Phylum. Major Classes Arachnids: spiders, scorpions, ticks, mites Millipedes Centipedes Insects: beetles, flies, wasps, bees, grasshoppers,
Phylum Arthropoda Crustaceans, Insects, Arachnids.
Phylum: Arthropoda Insects, lobster, shrimp, millipedes, centipedes, spiders, ticks.
Arthropods By: Ethan Jones and Xavier. Arthropods Makes up 3/4's of all animal species -total number of arthropod species is MORE than all other species.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Bellringer Pretend that you can undergo metamorphosis. Write your.
Arthropods. What structures make an Arthropod an Arthropod? Jointed Legs Hard Exoskeleton.
Arthropods. Phylum: Arthropoda Common name = arthropods Ex. Insects, spiders, crabs, shrimp, centipedes, lobsters, ticks Week 6 Monday.
Arthropods A.Arthropod Characteristics B. Crustaceans C. Arachnids D. Centipedes/Millipedes E. Insects HVM.
Arthropod – Jointed Foot. There are 6 types of invertebrates: SpongesCnidariansWormsMollusksArthropodsEchinoderms.
9. Arthropods Largest and most successful phylum in the animal kingdom. 85% of all animals! Largest and most successful phylum in the animal kingdom.
Phylum Arthropoda It doesn’t get any bigger than this!
Phylum Arthropoda. 1.Arthropoda – “jointed legs” A. Segmented bodies, jointed appendages, and a tough exoskeleton made of chitin. 1). 3 layers a) Outer.
Warm Up What are the three groups of mollusks?. Invertebrates - Arthropods “Jointed Legs”
What Domain do Insects Belong to? The Domain – _____________ Why do Insects belong to this domain? They have a ______________ EUKARYA NUCLEUS.
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Chapter 28 Arthropods Section 2 Diversity of Arthropods.
ARTHROPODS HOLT CH. 29 PG ARTHROPOD CHARACTERISTICS Segmented body.
Arthropods Kingdom __________________________ Phylum ___________________________ Classes: ______________________ ______________________ Arthropod means.
28.2 Section Objectives – page 747 Arachnids, Crustaceans, and Horseshoe crabs NOTES.
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