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5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
5.00 Animal phylum
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  • 1. Animal Phylum
  • 2. Animals What are ANIMALS? 1. Many celled organisms that must get energy by eating other organisms. a. Herbivores – animals that eat only plants a. Carnivores – animals that eat other animals b. Omnivores – animals that eat both plants and animals
  • 3. Animals 2. Classified based on the presence or absence of a backbone. a. Invertebrates – no backbone (95 % of all animals) b. Vertebrates – backbone (only 5% of all animals)
  • 4. Phylum Cnidaria – “Stinging Cells” 1. 2. 3. 4. Invertebrates All have Stinging cells – nematocysts All marine Simple organisms – just tissue, no organs 5. Examples: “Cnidarians” a. Jelly fish b. Coral and Anemones
  • 5. Cnidarians
  • 6. Phylum Annelida – Segmented Worms 1. 2. 3. 4. Invertebrates with segmented body parts Bristles (hairs) on body Land and marine Examples: a. Earthworms b. leeches “Annelids”
  • 7. Annelids
  • 8. Phylum Mollusks – Muscular foot 1. 2. 3. 4. Invertebrates Mantle – shells Land and marine Examples: a. Snails and slugs b. Octopus and squid c. clams “Mollusks”
  • 9. Mollusks
  • 10. Phylum Echinodermata – “Spiny skin” 1. Invertebrates – no backbone 2. All Marine 3. Radial symmetry, 5 appendages and tube feet for suction 4. Examples: “Echinoderms” a. Sea stars, brittle stars b. Sea cucumbers and sea lilies c. sea urchins
  • 11. Echinodermata – “Spiny skin”
  • 12. Echinodermata – “Spiny skin”
  • 13. Phylum Arthropoda – “Jointed Appendages” 1. 2. 3. 4. Invertebrates Exoskeleton of chitin Jointed appendages Land, marine and air a. b. c. d. Most successful of all animals 75% of all organisms on earth Insects – 6 legs Arachnids – 8 legs “Arthropods” 5. Examples: a. Insects and spiders b. Crabs and crustaceans
  • 14. Arthropods
  • 15. King Crab
  • 16. Phylum Chordata – Backboned animals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Vertebrates Endo skeleton – inside of body Land, marine and air Most diverse phylum, many different types Examples: a. b. c. d. Amphibians Fish Reptiles and birds Mammals (humans) “Chordates”
  • 17. Chordates
  • 18. Questions 1. What phylum of organisms is the largest? 2. What phylum has radial symmetry and tube feet? 3. Arthropods have an exoskeleton made up of ? 4. Which phylums are vertebrates and which ones are invertebrates?

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