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Jointed-legged invertebratesArthropods Jointed-legged invertebrates
Arthropod CharacteristicsChitinous exoskeleton Paired-jointed appendages Growth with ecdysis (molting) Open circulatory system Complete digestive tract
Exoskeleton Major reason for success! Provides Support ProtectionPrevention of dehydration Sites for muscle attachment
Metamorphosis Change body form from immature (larval) stages to adult forms Reduces competition between stages for Food Living space
Taxonomy of Arthropods4 subphyla Trilobitomorpha (all extinct) Chelicerata Crustacea Uniramia
Chelicerata Horseshoe crabs Spiders Mites Ticks Scorpions
Crustacea Shrimp, lobsters, crayfish Fairy shrimp, brine shrimpWater fleas Barnacles
Uniramia Class Diplopoda (millipedes) Class Chilopoda (centipedes)Class Hexapoda (insects)
Nervous System Johnston’s organs (hearing - on antennae)Tympanic organs (hearing – on legs or body) Compound eyes (facets – ommatidia – fused) Simple eyes (ocelli)
Economic Impact of ArthropodsName one effect each major group has on mankind (good or bad). For insects, list 4 good things that they do and 4 bad things that they are responsible for.
PHYLUM: ARTHROPODA arthro – Greek for JOINTED poda – Greek for FOOT JOINTED FEET!!!
Phylum Arthropoda Crustaceans, Insects, Arachnids.
Phylum Arthropoda Name Means: “Jointed-Foot” Trilobita Examples: trilobites, now extinct Crustacea Examples: shrimp, crabs, lobsters, barnacles…
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.
Chapter 26: Phylum Arthropoda
Arthropods Jointed-legged invertebrates. There are more species in the Phylum Arthropoda than in all the other animal phylums combined. (There are over.
Arthropods. Body Plans 3 main characteristics exoskeleton Chitin Can be hard or leathery Can be hard or leathery Used like armor Molting for growing.
Chapter 31 Arthropods.
9. Arthropods Largest and most successful phylum in the animal kingdom. 85% of all animals! Exoskeleton made of Chitin (light/hard polysaccharide). Jointed.
What Domain do Insects Belong to?
Arthropods Section 1: Features of Arthropods
Phylum Arthropoda. Arthropods Make up about 80% of the known animal species Insects are by far the most common species of arthropods Arthropod means.
Arthropods 5 th Grade. Phylum: Arthropod - “Arthropoda” *4 major groups: 1) Crustaceans 2) Arachnids 3) Centipedes & Millipedes 4) Insects.
Phylum Arthropoda Spiders, crabs, millipedes, insects, scorpions and lobsters.
Phylum Arthropoda Jointed appendages Exoskeleton Bilateral symmetry Open Circulatory System Well developed nervous system with a Brain Well developed muscles.
ARTHROPODS Ch. 24. General Characteristics Segmented bodies Jointed appendages Hard external skeleton (exoskeleton made of chitin)
-The exoskeleton is made up of chitin and
Ch. 15 Notes The Arthropods: Part 2. Phylum Arthropoda Review 5 Subphyla: 1.Trilobitomorpha – extinct – trilobites – Marine – Cambrian-Carboniferous time.
SUBPHYLA: TRILOBITA, CRUSTACEA, CHELICERATA, AND UNIRAMIA
PHYLUM ARTHROPODA Arthropoda Characteristics:
ARTHROPODS HOLT CH. 29 PG
Characteristics and Classes of Arthropods
The Arthropods Keith Power. * Arthropods are by far the most successful of all animals * Well over 1,000,000 species * Some say over 30 million species.
Arthropod phylogeny & Insect Evolution. Objectives: Identify characteristics of the Arthropoda Discuss Arthropod Phylogeny Characteristics of major taxa.
There are four main kinds of arthropods.
You live with them almost everyday, even in the very cold winter months! They are everywhere and are the largest animal phylum -- about 85% of all known.
Arthropods. Arthropods are the most diverse and numerous animals on earth More than 1 million different species have been identified They thrive in almost.
Bi 212, Lecture 5 Phylum Arthropoda. Phylum Arthropoda: “jointed foot”
1.What does annelid mean? 2.What are characteristics of annelids? 3.Give examples 4.What are mollusks? 5.What is the only asymmetrical phylum? 6.Which.
Zoology – Arthropod Unit
Phylum Arthropoda. 1.Arthropoda – “jointed legs” A. Segmented bodies, jointed appendages, and a tough exoskeleton made of chitin. 1). 3 layers a) Outer.
Phylum Arthropoda Mrs. Howard’s Life Science. Arthropoda - Characteristics Arthropods are a diverse group characterized by: n An Exoskeleton n Jointed.
Arthropod – Jointed Foot. There are 6 types of invertebrates: SpongesCnidariansWormsMollusksArthropodsEchinoderms.
Arthropoda Arthropods have a segmented body, a tough exoskeleton, and jointed appendages. Exoskeleton is make up of chitin- a protein and a carbohydrate.
What is an arthropod? In the Phylum Arthropoda there are crabs, spiders, and insects. They have segmented bodies, tough exoskeletons, and jointed.
Arthropods and Their Relatives
Ch. 14 Notes. The Giant Prickly Stick Insect (Extatosoma tiaratum) is found in Australia. They are herbivores who cannot bite or sting in defense, but.
10.2 Arthropods. POINT > Describe characteristics of arthropods POINT > Define exoskeleton and molting POINT > Identify the 4 largest groups of arthropods.
Phylum: Arthropoda Insects, lobster, shrimp, millipedes, centipedes, spiders, ticks.
L o Phylum: Arthropoda Phylum: Arthropoda. l o Arthropoda Origin of the word Arthropoda: Jointed Foot Common Examples: Insects, Spiders, Crabs Symmetry:
Kingdom – Animalia Phylum Arthropoda – “jointed foot” Sub phyla: Crustacea – crabs, crawfish, shrimp ARTHROPODS.
Chapter 28: Arthropods and Echinoderms. What is an Arthropod? Segmented body Segmented body Tough exoskeleton of chitin Tough exoskeleton of chitin Jointed.
ABBOTTSCOLLEGE Page From the Greek ἄ ρθρον (árthron - "joint“) & ποδός (podós - "leg“) Includes insects, arachnids, and crustaceans Most abundant.
Arthropod Review 1. Which arthropod(s) have a cephalothorax? 2.
Arthropods Chapter 13 Section 3.
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