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Introduction to Kingdom Animalia up to 9 Phyla by Antoniette B. Geolina

Introduction to Kingdom Animalia up to 9 Phyla by Antoniette B. Geolina

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  • 1. Antoniette B. Geolina Biology Teacher
  • 2. CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ANIMAL EUKARYOTE - Organism with membrane -bound nucleus MULTICELLULAR - Organism composed of many cells
  • 3. CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ANIMAL HETEROTROPH- Organism that can’tmake their own food- Absence of chloroplast- No cell wall
  • 4. MAJOR GROUPS OF ANIMALSVertebrates - Animals with backbones Invertebrates - Animals w/out backbones
  • 5. CLASSIFICATION• PORIFERA (PORE-BEARING ANIMALS)• CNIDARIA (STINGING ANIMALS)• PLATYHELMINTHES (FLATWORMS)• NEMATODA (ROUND WORMS)• ANNELIDA (SEGMENTED WORMS)
  • 6. CLASSIFICATION• MOLLUSKA (SOFT-BODIED ANIMALS)• ECHINODERMATA (SPINY SKIN ANIMALS)• ARTHROPODA (JOINTED LEG ANIMALS)• CHORDATA (with NOTOCHORD)
  • 7. CHARACTERISTICS OF PORIFERS Have pores Have skeleton of silicon or calcium containing spicules Have body cavity Have osculum, large opening at the top of the sponge body
  • 8. Tube Basket sponge spongeYellow tube Tube Cloudsponge sponge sponges PHYLUM PORIFERA Basket Glass Vase sponges sponge sponge
  • 9. CHARACTERISTICS OF CNIDARIANS Are hollow-bodied animals Have nematocysts, specialized stinging cells Have tentacles
  • 10. PHYLUM CNIDARIA Jelly fishPortugueseman of war corals hydra Jelly fish Lizard island coral corals
  • 11. CHARACTERISTICS OF FLATWORMS Are long ribbon-shaped worms Are free living while others are parasitic Live in freshwater or sea water
  • 12. PHYLUM PLATYHELMINTHES planaria tapewormflukes
  • 13. CHARACTERISTICS OF NEMATODES Are long, slender, smooth-bodied worms Have mouth and anus Live in soil and some are parasitic
  • 14. PHYLUM NEMATODA ascarispinworms hookworm
  • 15. CHARACTERISTICS OF ANNELIDS Have segmented bodies Most are burrowers in the sand Some are hermaphrodite
  • 16. PHYLUM ANNELIDA Marine annelid earthwormleech
  • 17. CHARACTERISTICS OF MOLLUSKS Are soft-bodied animals Have protective shells Have a mantle which secretes the shells
  • 18. PHYLUM MOLLUSKA squid snails slugs cuttlefishoysters octopus
  • 19. CHARACTERISTICS OF ECHINODERMS Have hard bodies covered with spines Have no head nor tails and have no left nor right Have mouth and anus at its top and bottom ends
  • 20. Star fish Sea urchin Sea Sea urchin cucumber PHYLUM ECHINODERMATASea star Sea urchin
  • 21. CHARACTERISTICS OF ARTHROPODS Have jointed legs Have exoskeleton Have segmented bodies with 2 or 3 regions Most have antennae
  • 22. PHYLUM ARTHROPODA Millipede- class Diplopoda Crabs-Centipede-class Chilopoda class CrustaceaScorpion- grasshopperclass Arachnida Class Insecta Spider
  • 23. CHARACTERISTICS OF CHORDATES Have a notochord at certain stage of their life cycle Have gill slits and a tail at a stage in their development
  • 24. PHYLUM CHORDATA Class Agnatha Class Chondrichthyes Lamprey sharks ray Class Reptilia Class Osteichthyescrocodile snakes Sea horse milkfish
  • 25. PHYLUM CHORDATA Class Amphibia Class AvesTomato frog toad parrot Class Mammalia Pregnantdolphin lion woman kangaroo
  • 26. THANK YOU FORLISTENING!

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