Animal classification

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Lecture slides for animal phyla in Mr. Bearman's IB life science class. Retrieved and altered from Sciencespot.

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Animal classification

  1. 1. THE ANIMAL KINGDOMBASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ANIMALS: 1. MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS 2. CAPABILITY OF LOCOMOTION 3. MUST INGEST FOOD NINE ANIMAL PHYLA INVERTEBRATES: (8 PHYLA) ALL LACK INTERNAL SKELETON, SOME HAVE EXOSKELTON OR SHELLVERTEBRATES (CHORDATES): (1 phylum) INTERNAL SKELTON MADE OF BONE/ CARTILAGE
  2. 2. 1. PORIFERA: SIMPLEST ANIMALSNO TISSUE LAYERS EXAMPLES: SPONGES
  3. 3. 2. CNIDARIA HOLLOW BODY HAVE STINGING CELLSTWO BODY FORMSMEDUSA & POLYP EXAMPLES: CORAL, JELLYFISH, SEA
  4. 4. 3. PLATYHELMINTHES:EXAMPLES:PLANARIA, FLUKE, TAPEWORM UNSEGMENTED WORMS FLAT WORMS
  5. 5. 4. NEMATODA UNSEGMENTED WORMS ROUND WORMS EXAMPLES: HOOKWORMS, HEARTWORMS
  6. 6. 5. ANNELIDASEGMENTED WORMS MOST ADVANCED WORMSEXAMPLES: LEECH, EARTHWORMS
  7. 7. 6. ARTHROPODA SEGMENTED ANIMALS EXOSKELETONS MADE OF CHITINCLASS CRUSTACEAN - MARINE ORGANISMS EXAMPLES: SHRIMP, LOBSTER, CRAB, BARNACLE
  8. 8. 7. MOLLUSCA SOME HAVE SHELL UNSEGMENTED, SOFT BODIESEXAMPLES: SNAIL, SCALLOP
  9. 9. 8. ECHINODERMATA HAVE A DERMAL SKELETON WITH SPINES & PLATESONLY LIVE IN MARINEENVIRONMENTEXAMPLES: SEA URCHIN, SEASTAR, BRITTLE STAR
  10. 10. 9. CHORDATA EXAMPLES: FISH, REPTILES, BIRDS, AMPHIBIANS, MAMMALSHAVE INTERNALSKELETON BACKBONE TO PROTECT SPINAL CORD

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