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Name ___________________________________________ Date _________________ Period _________ K INGDOM A NAMALIA P LANT, A NIMAL AND F UNGAL P HYLA PhylumMeaningCommon.

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1 Name ___________________________________________ Date _________________ Period _________ K INGDOM A NAMALIA P LANT, A NIMAL AND F UNGAL P HYLA PhylumMeaningCommon nameDistinguishing characteristic AcanthocephalaThorny headed wormsThorny-headed worms Reversible spiny proboscis that bears many rows of hooked spines AcoelomorphaWithout gutAcoels No mouth or alimentary canal (alimentary canal = digestive tract in digestive system) AnnelidaLittle ringSegmented wormsMultiple circular segment ArthropodaJointed footArthropods Segmented bodies and jointed limbs, with Chitin exoskeleton BrachiopodaArm footLamp shellsLophophore and pedicle BryozoaMoss animalsMoss animals, sea mats Lophophore, no pedicle, ciliated tentacles, anus outside ring of cilia ChaetognathaLonghair jawArrow wormsChitinous spines either side of head, fins ChordataWith a cordChordates Hollow dorsal nerve cord, notochord, pharyngeal slits, endostyle, post-anal tail CnidariaStinging nettleCoelenteratesNematocysts (stinging cells) CtenophoraComb bearerComb jelliesEight "comb rows" of fused cilia CycliophoraWheel carryingSymbion Circular mouth surrounded by small cilia, sac-like bodies EchinodermataSpiny skinEchinoderms Fivefold radial symmetry in living forms, mesodermal calcified spines EntoproctaInside anusGoblet wormAnus inside ring of cilia GastrotrichaHair stomachMeiofaunaTwo terminal adhesive tubes GnathostomulidaJaw orificeJaw worms HemichordataHalf cordAcorn worms, pterobranchsStomochord in collar, pharyngeal slits KinorhynchaMotion snoutMud dragonsEleven segments, each with a dorsal plate LoriciferaCorset bearerBrush headsUmbrella-like scales at each end MicrognathozoaTiny jaw animals—Accordion-like extensible thorax MolluscaSoftMollusks / molluscsMuscular foot and mantle round shell NematodaThread likeRound wormsRound cross section, keratin cuticle NematomorphaThread formHorsehair worms NemerteaA sea nymphRibbon worms OnychophoraClaw bearerVelvet wormsLegs tipped by chitinous claws OrthonectidaStraight swim Single layer of ciliated cells surrounding a mass of sex cells PhoronidaZeus's mistressHorseshoe wormsU-shaped gut PlacozoaPlate animals PlatyhelminthesFlat worms

2 K INGDOM P LANTA K INGDOM F UNGI DivisionMeaningCommon nameDistinguishing characteristics AnthocerotophytaAnthoceros-like plantsHornworts Horn-shaped sporophytes, no vascular system BryophytaBryum-like plants, moss plantsMosses Persistent unbranched sporophytes, no vascular system Marchantiophyta, Hepatophyta Marchantia-like plants liver plants Liverworts Ephemeral unbranched sporophytes, no vascular system Lycopodiophyta, Lycophyta Lycopodium-like plants "wolf" plants Clubmosses & spikemosses Microphyll leaves, vascular system PteridophytaPteris-like plants, fern plantsFerns & horsetails Prothallus gametophytes, vascular system Pinophyta, Coniferophyta [ Pinus-like plants Cone-bearing plants Conifers Cones containing seeds and wood composed of tracheids CycadophytaCycas-like plants, palm-like plantsCycads Seeds, crown of compound leaves GinkgophytaGinkgo-like plantsGinkgo, Maidenhair Seeds not protected by fruit (single living species) GnetophytaGnetum-like plantsGnetophytes Seeds and woody vascular system with vessels Magnoliophyta, Anthophyta Magnolia-like plants flower plants Flowering plants, angiosperms Flowers and fruit, vascular system with vessels PhylumMeaningCommon nameDistinguishing characteristics ChytridiomycotaLittle pot mushroomChytridsCellulose in cell walls, flagellated gametes DeuteromycotaSecond mushroomImperfect fungi Unclassified fungi; only asexual reproduction observed no other major distinguishments ZygomycotaYolk mushroomZygomycetesBlend gametangia to form a zygosporangium GlomeromycotaBall mushroomNoneForm arbuscular mycorrhizae with plants AscomycotaBag/Wineskin MushroomSac fungi Produce spores in an 'ascus'which is a kind of fruiting bud BasidiomycotaBasidium MushroomClub Fungi Produce spores from a 'basidium' which is a kind of fruiting bud PoriferaPore bearerSpongesPerforated interior wall PriapulidaLittle Priapus RhombozoaLozenge animal— Single anteroposterior axial cell surrounded by ciliated cells RotiferaWheel bearerRotifersAnterior crown of cilia SipunculaSmall tubePeanut wormsMouth surrounded by invertible tentacles TardigradaSlow stepWater bearsFour segmented body and head XenoturbellidaStrange flatworm—Ciliated deuterostome


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