Phyla of kingdom animalia

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Phyla of kingdom animalia

  1. 1. CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ANIMAL EUKARYOTE - Organism with membrane -bound nucleus MULTICELLULAR - Organism composed of many cells
  2. 2. CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ANIMAL HETEROTROPH- Organism that can’tmake their own food- Absence of chloroplast- No cell wall
  3. 3. MAJOR GROUPS OF ANIMALSVertebrates - Animals with backbones Invertebrates - Animals w/out backbones
  4. 4. CLASSIFICATION• PORIFERA (PORE-BEARING ANIMALS)• CNIDARIA (STINGING ANIMALS)• PLATYHELMINTHES (FLATWORMS)• NEMATODA (ROUND WORMS)• ANNELIDA (SEGMENTED WORMS)
  5. 5. CLASSIFICATION• MOLLUSKA (SOFT-BODIED ANIMALS)• ECHINODERMATA (SPINY SKIN ANIMALS)• ARTHROPODA (JOINTED LEG ANIMALS)• CHORDATA (with NOTOCHORD)
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. Tube Basket sponge spongeYellow tube Tube Cloudsponge sponge sponges PHYLUM PORIFERA Basket Glass Vase sponges sponge sponge
  8. 8. CHARACTERISTICS OF CNIDARIANS Are hollow-bodied animals Have nematocysts, specialized stinging cells Have tentacles
  9. 9. PHYLUM CNIDARIA Jelly fishPortugueseman of war corals hydra Jelly fish Lizard island coral corals
  10. 10. CHARACTERISTICS OF FLATWORMS Are long ribbon-shaped worms Are free living while others are parasitic Live in freshwater or sea water
  11. 11. PHYLUM PLATYHELMINTHES planaria tapewormflukes
  12. 12. CHARACTERISTICS OF NEMATODES Are long, slender, smooth-bodied worms Have mouth and anus Live in soil and some are parasitic
  13. 13. PHYLUM NEMATODA ascarispinworms hookworm
  14. 14. CHARACTERISTICS OF ANNELIDS Have segmented bodies Most are burrowers in the sand Some are hermaphrodite
  15. 15. PHYLUM ANNELIDA Marine annelid earthwormleech
  16. 16. CHARACTERISTICS OF MOLLUSKS Are soft-bodied animals Have protective shells Have a mantle which secretes the shells
  17. 17. PHYLUM MOLLUSKA squid snails slugs cuttlefishoysters octopus
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. Star fish Sea urchin Sea Sea urchin cucumber PHYLUM ECHINODERMATASea star Sea urchin
  20. 20. CHARACTERISTICS OF ARTHROPODS Have jointed legs Have exoskeleton Have segmented bodies with 2 or 3 regions Most have antennae
  21. 21. PHYLUM ARTHROPODA Millipede- class Diplopoda Crabs-Centipede-class Chilopoda class CrustaceaScorpion- grasshopperclass Arachnida Class Insecta Spider
  22. 22. 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
  23. 23. PHYLUM CHORDATA Class Agnatha Class Chondrichthyes Lamprey sharks ray Class Reptilia Class Osteichthyescrocodile snakes Sea horse milkfish
  24. 24. PHYLUM CHORDATA Class Amphibia Class AvesTomato frog toad parrot Class Mammalia Pregnantdolphin lion woman kangaroo

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