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Animalia...

  1. 1. KingdomAnimAli A in the Biggest kingdom living world w/ more than 1 million species named and identified.
  2. 2. TRIVIA• What branch of science deals w/ the study of animals? ?
  3. 3. Features CELL TYPE BODY STRUCTURE MODE OF NUTRITION ? ? ? 2 TYPES OF ANIMALS - w/ out- W/ backbones ANIMALS backbones ? ?
  4. 4. Animal Phyla• Invertebrates- Porifera - Nematoda- Cnidaria - Mollusca- Chenophera - Annelida- Plantyhelminthes - Arthropoda- Nemeria - Echinodermata- Rotifira• Vertebrates- Chordata
  5. 5. Body Organization
  6. 6. SymmetryRadial Symmetry Bilateral Symmetry Asymmetrical- radiate from the - Equal on the left and - No definite shape center right side longitudinally
  7. 7. Body SurfaceDorsal VentralUpper surface Lower sufraceAnterior PosteriorFront end Back end Ectoderm Mesoderm Endoderm - Outer layer - Middle layer - Inner layer
  8. 8. INVERTEBRATES PHYLUMPORIFERA
  9. 9. SPONGES Filter-feeders• SPORES BEARING - OSCULUM = LARGE PORE (EXCRETION) - OSTIA = TINY PORES (INHALENT)• ALWAYS SESSILE• NO ORGAN/ TISSUES• SIMPLEST MULTICELLULAR EUKARYOTIC• REPRODUCE SEXUALLY AND ASEXUALLY
  10. 10. PHYLUMCNIDARIAN
  11. 11. STINGING NETTLE• HOLLOW TUBE LIKE STRUCTURE• HAS NEMATOCYTES (tentacles) - TOXIN CHEMICAL WHEN PENETRATE THE BODY OF A PREY• Mesoglea – single openingEx. Hydra, sea anemone, jellyfish, coral, portuguese man of war
  12. 12. • Reproduce both Sexual - produce egg during cooler month or rainy season Asexual - form bud on their tentacle which develops into hydra later on.• Ability to regenerate lost parts
  13. 13. Polyps: Sea anemones
  14. 14. Turritopsis nutricula• IMMORTAL CNIDARIAN
  15. 15. - FLATWORMS IT DEALS W/THE STUDY OF WORMS ?
  16. 16. • HELMINTHOLOGY
  17. 17. 3 CLASSES• CLASS TURBELLARIA - PLANARIA (FREE LIVING)• CLASS TREMATODA - FLUKES (PARASITES)• CLASS CESTODA - TAPEWORM (PARASITES)
  18. 18. • HOW DO YOU CALL AN ORGANISM WHICH HAS BOTH GONADS (TESTIS AND OVARY) BUT NEED TO GO CROSS FERTILIZATION ? ?

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