Unit 24 Arthropods
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  • 1. BiologyUnit 25 Arthropods
  • 2. KEY CONCEPT Arthropods are the most diverse of all animals.
  • 3. Arthropod features are highly adapted.
    Arthropods are invertebrates that share several features.
    exoskeleton (cuticle) made of chitin
    jointed appendages
    segmented body parts
  • 4. Arthropods are classified into five groups.
    • Trilobites—extinct, bottom feeders
  • Crustaceans—live in oceans, freshwater streams, and on land
  • 5. Chelicerates—specialized daggerlike mouthparts
  • 6. Insects—most live on land, have six legs
  • 7. Myriapods—long bodies and many pairs of legs
  • 8. Arthropod exoskeletons serve a variety of functions.
    Joints are made of stiff and flexible cuticle to allow movement.
    The exoskeleton is made of many layers of chitin.
    hard material that protects the body
    must be shed in order to grow
  • 9.
    • Arthropods have an open circulatory system.
    • 10. Sensory organs such as antennae are made of modified cuticle.
    • 11. Most arthropods have compound eyes.
  • Arthropod diversity evolved over millions of years.
    The oldest fossils are of trilobites that date back 540 million years.
  • 12.
    • The evolutionary relationship between arthropods and other invertebrates remains under question.
    • 13. body segmentation similar to annelids
    • 14. molecular evidence suggests segmentation is analogous development
    • 15. Velvet worms and water bears are considered the closest relatives of arthropods.
  • KEY CONCEPT Crustaceans are a diverse group of ancient arthropods.
  • 16. Crustaceans evolved as marine arthropods.
    • Crustaceans share several common features.
    two distinct body sections, cephalothorax and abdomen
    one pair of appendages per segment
    two pairs of antennae
  • 17. Crustacean appendages can take many forms.
    Crustacean appendages are used for a variety of functions.
    collecting and manipulating food
    attracting females
  • 18.
    • Appendages include claws, antennae, walking legs, swimmerets, and mandibles.
  • There are many different types of crustaceans.
    Crustaceans vary in both anatomy and structure.
    Decapods such as lobsters and crabs have ten legs.
  • 19.
    • Barnacles are sessile filter feeders wrapped in a hard shell.
    • Isopods such as pill bugs have flattened bodies and seven pairs of legs.
    • 20. Tongue worms are parasites found in a host’s lungs or nasal passages.
  • KEY CONCEPT Arachnids include spiders and their relatives.
  • 21. Arachnids are the largest group of chelicerates.
    There are three major groups of chelicerates.
    horseshoe crabs
  • 22. Arachnids are the largest group of chelicerates.
    • There are three major groups of chelicerates.
    • 23. horseshoe crabs
    • 24. sea spiders
    • 25. arachnids
  • fangs
    poison gland
    • Chelicerates share several features.
    • 26. no antennae
    • 27. four pairs of walking legs
    • 28. one pair each of chelicerae and pedipalps
    • 29. Arachnids are a group of chelicerates that live on land.
    • 30. eight legs
    • 31. fanglike pincersthat inject venom
    • 32. silk glands
    • Arachnids have four different adaptations that reduce water loss.
    • 33. waterproof cuticle
    • 34. book lungs
    • 35. Malpighian tubules
    • 36. spiracles
  • Arachnids have evolved into a diverse group.
    All spiders make silk and produce venom.
  • 37. Arachnids have evolved into a diverse group.
    Spiders make up half of the more than 60,000 known arachnid species.
    • Arachnids also include mites, ticks, chiggers, and scorpions.
  • KEY CONCEPT Insects show an amazing range of adaptations.
  • 38. thorax
    Insects are the dominant terrestrial arthropods.
    Insects are in nearly every ecological niche.
    Insects have a body with three parts.
  • 39.
    • Some insects live independently, others live in social colonies.
  • adult
    nymph stage
    Insects undergo metamorphosis.
    In incomplete metamorphosis, insects look like miniature adults when they hatch.
    There are three life stages of incomplete metamorphosis.
  • 40. Larva
    • In complete metamorphosis, the insect changes form entirely.
    • 41. There are three life stages of incomplete metamorphosis.
    • 42. egg
    • 43. larva
    • 44. pupa
    • 45. adult
  • Insects have adapted to life on land.
    The evolution of flight occurred in insects 400 million years ago.
  • 46.
    • An insect’s mouth parts are adaptations related to its specialized diet.
    • 47. sucking mouth parts
    • chewing mouthparts
  • KEY CONCEPT Arthropods and humans interact in many ways.
  • 48. Arthropods and humans share many of the same resources.
    Many arthropods are herbivores that eat plants humans also depend on.
    Arthropods cause millions of dollars of crop damage.
    Insecticides have unwanted side effects.
  • 49.
    • Scientists have developed safer insecticide alternatives.
    • 50. arthropod-specific insecticides
    • 51. integrated pest management (IPM)
    • 52. genetically modified crops
  • Some arthropods can spread human diseases.
    Vectors are organisms that carry disease from one host to another.
  • 53.
    • Disease spread by arthropods have serious effects on human populations.
    • 54. Bubonic plague is caused by a bacterium carried by fleas.
    • 55. Yellow fever is caused by a virus carried by mosquitoes.
    • 56. Malaria is caused by a protozoan parasite carried by mosquitoes. It is the world’s most deadly disease.
    • 57. West Nile virus is caused by a virus carried by mosquitoes.
    • 58. African sleeping sickness carried by tsetse fly