Introduction toKingdom Animalia
Characteristics of AnimalsHeterotrophicMulticellularMovementEukaryotic
Basic EmbryologyDefine:ZygoteEmbryoBlastulaGastrula
Embryonic Germ LayersEctoderm– outside layerMesoderm – middle layerEndoderm – inside layer
LAYER      ORGAN & ORGAN           SYSTEMEctoderm   Nervous system           SkinMesoderm   Muscles           Circulatory ...
Animals With NoEmbryonic StagesSpongesCnidariansCtenophorans
Protostomes – blastoporebecomes mouth   Acoelomates – no body cavity    – Platyhelminthes Draw the acoelomate body plan ...
Deuterostomes – blastoporebecomes anus   All are Eucoelomates – true body    cavity    – Mollusks    – Annelids    – Arth...
SymmetryAssymmetry –Irregular shapes –Do not move –Sponges
SymmetryRadial   Symmetry –Can divide into equal halves  using many planes –Cnidaria (stinging animals) –Echinoderms (sea...
Symmetry Can only divide into left & right  halves Most efficient for movement  – Flatworms  – Roundworms  – Mollusks  –...
Anatomical Positions            DORSALPOSTERIOR               ANTERIOR            VENTRAL
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King animalia

  1. 1. Introduction toKingdom Animalia
  2. 2. Characteristics of AnimalsHeterotrophicMulticellularMovementEukaryotic
  3. 3. Basic EmbryologyDefine:ZygoteEmbryoBlastulaGastrula
  4. 4. Embryonic Germ LayersEctoderm– outside layerMesoderm – middle layerEndoderm – inside layer
  5. 5. LAYER ORGAN & ORGAN SYSTEMEctoderm Nervous system SkinMesoderm Muscles Circulatory System Skeletal System Reproductive SystemEndoderm Lining of gut and respiratory tracts Liver Pancreas
  6. 6. Animals With NoEmbryonic StagesSpongesCnidariansCtenophorans
  7. 7. Protostomes – blastoporebecomes mouth Acoelomates – no body cavity – Platyhelminthes Draw the acoelomate body plan in your notes here. Pseudocoelomates – fake body cavity – Nematodes Draw the pseudocoelomate body plan in your notes here.
  8. 8. Deuterostomes – blastoporebecomes anus All are Eucoelomates – true body cavity – Mollusks – Annelids – Arthropods – Echinoderms – Chordates Draw the eucoelomate body plan in your notes here.
  9. 9. SymmetryAssymmetry –Irregular shapes –Do not move –Sponges
  10. 10. SymmetryRadial Symmetry –Can divide into equal halves using many planes –Cnidaria (stinging animals) –Echinoderms (sea stars)
  11. 11. Symmetry Can only divide into left & right halves Most efficient for movement – Flatworms – Roundworms – Mollusks – Segmented Worms – Chordates
  12. 12. Anatomical Positions DORSALPOSTERIOR ANTERIOR VENTRAL

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