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Kingdom Animalia Invertebrates (Simple Animals) Mr. Skirbst Life Science Topic 16
Animals – multicellular heterotrophs whose cells lack cell walls
Kingdom Animalia Animals – multicellular heterotrophs whose cells lack cell walls 2 Major Divisions:
Kingdom Animalia Animals – multicellular heterotrophs whose cells lack cell walls 2 Major Divisions: 1- Invertebrates (no backbone)
Kingdom Animalia Animals – multicellular heterotrophs whose cells lack cell walls 2 Major Divisions: 1- Invertebrates (no backbone) 2- Vertebrates (backbone)
Invertebrates Phylum Porifera - “pore-bearers” (have many holes) - simplest invertebrates
Sponges - Have many pores
Sponges -Have many pores -Show little movement
Sponges -Have many pores -Show little movement -Reproduce sexually & asexually
Sponges -Have many pores -Show little movement -Reproduce sexually & asexually -Cells can “reorganize”
Sponges -Typical Sponge:
From the Greek word:“to sting”
Phylum Cnidaria From the Greek word:“to sting” -Have nematocysts (stinging structure)
Phylum Cnidaria From the Greek word:“to sting” -Have nematocysts (stinging structure) -Have central cavity with one opening called a “mouth”
Phylum Cnidaria From the Greek word:“to sting” -Have nematocysts (stinging structure) -Have central cavity with one opening called a “mouth” -Have specialized tissue
Phylum Cnidaria 2 Body Forms:
Phylum Cnidaria 2 Body Forms: 1.Polyp – vase shaped (ex. hydra, coral, anemone)
Phylum Cnidaria 2 Body Forms: 1.Polyp – vase shaped (ex. hydra, coral, anemone) 2.Medusa – bowl-shaped (ex. jellyfish)
Other Invertebrates Worms Mollusks Arachnids Insects Echinoderms Etc…….
The Invertebrates Chapter 12A Introduction to the Animal Kingdom.
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Phylum Porifera Sponges Phylum Cnidaria Jellyfish, corals.....
Kingdom Animalia Lower Invertebrates. Characteristics: eukaryotic multicellular heterotrophic consumers no cell walls sexual and asexual reproduction.
Animals. Animals are Multicellular Eukaryotes Heterotrophic.
Phylum Cnidaria: Station 2 This phylum include things like Jellyfish, Hydra, and Sea Anemones. They are more complex than sponges. They have a gut, and.
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Animals Chapter 1 Species-a group of organisms that can mate with each other and produce offspring, who in turn can mate and reproduce. (Notes) animals.
InvertebratesGoal: Students will know the 8 invertebrate phyla.
Introduction to the Animal Kingdom. Which of these is an “animal”?
Daily Activity Get out your notebooks and be prepared to take notes on Cnidaria.
Characteristics of Animals Multicellular Heterotrophs Most reproduce sexually; some asexual Move at some point in their lives.
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Animal Kingdom Notes Part I. Basics! Vertebrate – has a backbone –FEEL YOURS! Invertebrate – no backbone (simpler animals)
ANIMAL KINGDOM. ANIMALS ANIMAL CHARACTERISTICS -Eukaryotics -Multicellular -Lacking cell wall -Heterotrophs (ingest and digest) -Mobile or have mobility.
BiologyMay 6, 2013 Objectives: Intro into Animals Notes Assignment: Vocab Terms NEED BOOKS THIS WEEK!! Vocab Quiz Wednesday!!! Grab notes sheet from side.
Unit 8 Invertebrates Ch. 26 Sponges & Cnidarians.
Animals Chapter 2 Sponges, Cnidarians, and Worms Sections 1 and 2.
Invertebrates. Characteristics of Invertebrates Simplest animals Contain the greatest number of different species Most are aquatic (found in water) Do.
Invertebrates: Sponges and Cnidarians. Journal 2 You are an expert taxonomist who has been given an unknown specimen to identify. You suspect that it.
Sponges & Cnidarian. Sponges Invertebrates - animals without back bones. Invertebrates - animals without back bones. Simplest of the multicellular animals.
Chapter 23 Invertebrate Diversity Section 1 –Diverse animals share several key characteristics Section 2 –Sponges are relatively simple animals with porous.
Wake-up 1.Explain the difference between one and two way digestion. 1.What is an example of an animal in the phylum Porifera? THINK about what it sounds.
ANIMAL KINGDOM. Characteristics of all Animals They are made of cells, which form tissues, which form organs which form organ systems. They obtain food.
Monday March 2, 2009 There are 8 Invertebrate Animal Phyla, today we will begin researching the first two, can you name them? Where would you find these.
BSC 2011L. Kingdom Animalia All animals are multicelluar and heterotrophic Some means of locomotion Always diploid.
MRS. LUFF Unit #9 Animal Cards. 1 st Characteristic of Animals Multi-cellular Similar cells work together to perform life functions Differentiation.
9 Phyla of the Animal Kingdom. Common Animal Phyla Characteristics Multicellular (many cells) Multicellular (many cells) Eukaryotic (cells contain nucleus)
Word Bank homeostasishermaphroditeinvertebrates bilateral symmetryvertebratesradial symmetrylarva Animals without a backbone invertebrates.
Phylum Porifera Sponges. Porifera Sponges – Living on Earth for at least 540 million years – Most sponges live in the ocean Arctic to the tropics shallow.
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Kingdom Animalia. What are the characteristics of all of the members of Kingdom Animalia? Eukaryotic Multicellular Are Ingestive heterotrophs – must actively.
Each animal phylum has a unique body plan. Vertebrates have an internal segmented backbone. Invertebrates do not have a backbone. Invertebrates encompass.
Kingdom Animalia Invertebrates no backbone. What is an Animal? Heterotrophic Eukaryotic Multicellular No Cell walls Most move-mobile Most do sexual reproduction.
Phylum Cnidaria Pages CNIDARIANS- “STINGING CELLS” SEA JELLIES SEA ANEMONES CORALS HYDRA.
9 Phyla of the Animal Kingdom. Common Animal Characteristics Multicellular (many cells) Multicellular (many cells) Eukaryotic (cells contain nucleus)
The Animal Kingdom Heterotrophic by ingestion Motile; behaviorally complex No cell walls Structure based on extracellular proteins, especially collagen.
Unit 4. What do we already know? Animals are multicellular, eukaryotic heterotrophs whose cells lack cell walls. Over 95% of all animal species.
IV. The Domain Eukarya E. Fungi F. Animals 1. Overview:
What is an Animal? Eukaryotic (complex cells) Multicellular (made of many cells) Heterotroph (obtain food from outside) swallow and digest inside the body.
Kingdom Animalia. Characteristics Eukaryotic organisms Multicellular No cell walls Heterotrophs (consumers)
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