Phylum Echinodermata Phylum Molluska
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 New Area of Focus: Animalia
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• Domains and Kingdoms
Domain Eubacteria Archae-
bacteria
Kingdom Eubacteria Archae-
bacteria
Protista Plantae Fungi Anima...
• Domains and Kingdoms
Domain Eubacteria Archae-
bacteria
Kingdom Eubacteria Archae-
bacteria
Protista Plantae Fungi Anima...
 Characteristics of Animalia.
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 No cell walls.
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 Animals have a period of embryonic
development.
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 Animals have a period of embryonic
development.
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• Fertilization: The joining of the egg and the
sperm.
– The sperm and egg contain genetic information
that will allow thi...
 Animals eat food.
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 Animals eat food.
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 Animals move.
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 Animals move.
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 Animals have nervous and muscle tissue.
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 Animals have diplontic life cycle. Genetic
information can come from a mother and
father. (Many species)
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• Placozoa: The simplest animal known.
– Smallest amount on DNA of any animal.
– Made of only a few thousand cells.
• It o...
• Placozoa: The simplest animal known.
– Smallest amount on DNA of any animal.
– Made of only a few thousand cells.
• It o...
• Animals Available Sheet.
• Animals Available Sheet.
• Asexual reproduction: A mode of
reproduction by which offspring arise from a
single parent.
• Asexual reproduction: A mode of
reproduction by which offspring arise from a
single parent.
– The offspring inherit the ...
• A few ways animals reproduce without two
parents.
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• Budding: Offspring develop as a growth on
the body of the parent.
• Budding: Offspring develop as a growth on
the body of the parent.
Offspring
• Fragmentation: As certain tiny worms grow
to full size, they spontaneously break up
into 8 or 9 pieces.
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• Fragmentation: As certain tiny worms grow
to full size, they spontaneously break up
into 8 or 9 pieces. Each of these fr...
• Fragmentation: As certain tiny worms grow
to full size, they spontaneously break up
into 8 or 9 pieces. Each of these fr...
• Fragmentation: As certain tiny worms grow
to full size, they spontaneously break up
into 8 or 9 pieces. Each of these fr...
• Fragmentation: As certain tiny worms grow
to full size, they spontaneously break up
into 8 or 9 pieces. Each of these fr...
• Parthenogenesis ("virgin birth"), the
females produce eggs, but these develop
into young without ever being fertilized.
...
• Parthenogenesis ("virgin birth"), the
females produce eggs, but these develop
into young without ever being fertilized.
...
• Parthenogenesis ("virgin birth"), the
females produce eggs, but these develop
into young without ever being fertilized.
...
• Parthenogenesis ("virgin birth"), the
females produce eggs, but these develop
into young without ever being fertilized.
...
• Parthenogenesis ("virgin birth"), the
females produce eggs, but these develop
into young without ever being fertilized.
...
• Parthenogenesis ("virgin birth"), the
females produce eggs, but these develop
into young without ever being fertilized.
...
• Parthenogenesis ("virgin birth"), the
females produce eggs, but these develop
into young without ever being fertilized.
...
Many Echinoderms can shed a arm “comet” that can
regrow the disc and further arms.
Learn more about asexual reproduction of plants and animals at…
http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/A/A...
• You should be close to the middle of page
9 in your bundled homework.
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• Video Song Link! What do animals do?
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3yHt7wBdOY
 Animals have three types of symmetry.
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 Bilateral symmetry.
 Same on both sides.
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 Bilateral symmetry.
 Same on both sides.
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 Radial Symmetry.
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 Radial Symmetry.
 Arranged equally in all directions from a
central point.
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 Asymmetrical.
 Having no symmetry.
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Short article about animal symmetry at…
http://www.decodedscience.com/animal-body-plans-
symmetry-in-action/13171
• Quiz 1-10 Name the type of symmetry
• Word bank: Bilateral, radial, asymmetrical.
• ―Let’s do it with symbols‖
– One fin...
Clam Open Clam Shut
Clam Open Clam Shut
Clam Open Clam Shut
Clam Open Clam Shut
• Bonus – Name this movie?
?
• Bonus –TWILIGHT?
• Bonus –TWILIGHT?
• You should be close to the bottom of page
9 in your bundled homework.
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• You should be close to the bottom of page
9 in your bundled homework.
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Name the type of
s...
• You should be close to the bottom of page
9 in your bundled homework.
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Name the type of
s...
• You should be close to the bottom of page
9 in your bundled homework.
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Name the type of
s...
• You should be close to the bottom of page
9 in your bundled homework.
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Name the type of
s...
 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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 New Area of Focus: Learning the Phylums
and Animalia.
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• Goal, you can look at most any animal on
the planet and be able to identify it to the
phylum.
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• Goal, you can look at most any animal on
the planet and be able to identify it to the
phylum.
– Instead of…‖Oh, a worm t...
• Goal, you can look at most any animal on
the planet and be able to identify it to the
phylum.
– Instead of…‖Oh, a worm t...
• Important Note! This activity will be your best
resource for the difficult graded recitation at
the end of this unit.
Co...
• Animals Available Sheet.
Chordata
Record
four large
circles in
journal.
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Chordata
Arthropoda
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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• Animals Available Sheet.
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Echinodermata
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Echinodermata Nematoda
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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• Activity! Visiting stations with different
Phylums of Animalia.
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Note: Teacher may
have y...
• Activity! Visiting stations with different
Phylums of Animalia.
– Label the top of each Petri-dish with the
Phylums name...
• Activity! Visiting stations with different
Phylums of Animalia.
– Label the top of each Petri-dish with the
Phylums name...
• Activity! Visiting stations with different
Phylums of Animalia.
– Label the top of each Petri-dish with the
Phylums name...
• Activity! Visiting stations with different
Phylums of Animalia.
– Label the top of each Petri-dish with the
Phylums name...
• Activity! Visiting stations with different
Phylums of Animalia.
– Label the top of each Petri-dish with the
Phylums name...
• Activity! Visiting stations with different
Phylums of Animalia.
– Label the top of each Petri-dish with the
Phylums name...
• Animals Available Sheet.
Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chiton
Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Coral
Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Coral
Anemone
Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Earthworm
• Common Phylums of the Kingdom
Animalia.
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• Note – Not all of the Phylums of Animalia
are covered. Much of the ―more common‖
life on Earth will fall into one of the...
• Example: Hemichordata (Acorn worms)
– The are not true chordates.
– Learn more Hemichodata at..
– http://www.ucmp.berkel...
• Which one is Hemichordata (Acorn worms
and which is a plate of hot dogs?
• Which one is Hemichordata (Acorn worms
and which is a plate of hot dogs?
• Which one is Hemichordata (Acorn worms
and which is a plate of hot dogs?
• Which one is Hemichordata (Acorn worms
and which is a plate of hot dogs?
Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
Put any new
information
in circles
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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• Animals Available Sheet.
• The Lophotrochozoa comprise one of the
major groups within the animal kingdom.
– Molluscs and worms
– Belongs to a large...
• The Lophotrochozoa comprise one of the
major groups within the animal kingdom.
– Molluscs and worms
– Belongs to a large...
 Phylum Mollusca
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 Phylum Mollusca
 Soft bodies and some have shells.
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• Octopus and Squid are also Mollusks.
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• Sea slugs belong to the Phylum Mollusca.
Learn more about the Phylum Mollusca at…
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/taxa/inverts/mollusca/mollusca.php
• Animals Available Sheet.
• Metazoan animals: They are multicellular,
mitochondrial eukaryotes with differentiated
tissues, including nerves and mus...
• Metazoan animals: They are multicellular,
mitochondrial eukaryotes with differentiated
tissues, including nerves and mus...
• Metazoan animals: They are multicellular,
mitochondrial eukaryotes with differentiated
tissues, including nerves and mus...
• Are we related to this echinoderm?
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• Echinoderms and humans are both in
Deuterostomia which comprise one of the
major groups within the animal kingdom.
Copyr...
• Echinoderms and humans are both in
Deuterostomia which comprise one of the
major groups within the animal kingdom.
– We ...
• Deuterostomia "Your mouth comes second.‖
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• Deuterostomia "Your mouth comes second.‖
– Deuterostomia develop a layer of cells where the
anus forms and then later co...
 Phylum Echinodermata - Spiny skinned
organisms.
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 Phylum Echinodermata - Spiny skinned
organisms.
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 Phylum Echinodermata - Spiny skinned
organisms.
 Radial symmetry
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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• A sea cucumber belongs to the Phylum
Echinodermata.
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• A sea cucumber belongs to the Phylum
Echinodermata.
– How is it different than the sea slug which
belongs to Mollusca?
C...
• Which picture below is in the Phylum
Mollusca, and which is in the Phylum
Echinodermata?
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• Which picture below is in the Phylum
Mollusca, and which is in the Phylum
Echinodermata?
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Phylum Echinodermata
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Phylum Echinodermata
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Phylum Echinodermata Phylum Molluska
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Phylum Echinodermata Phylum Molluska
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Learn more about Echinodermata at…
http://animaldiver...
• Animals Available Sheet.
Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Coral
Anemone
 Phylum Cnidaria – Stinging cells.
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 Phylum Cnidaria – Stinging cells.
 Silent C (ni dérree ən).
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 Phylum Cnidaria – Stinging cells.
 Silent C (ni dérree ən).
 Radial symmetry.
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 Phylum Cnidaria – Stinging cells.
 Silent C (ni dérree ən).
 Radial symmetry.
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• Phylum Cnidaria:
– Jellyfish is a misnomer.
• Phylum Cnidaria:
– Jellyfish is a misnomer. They are not fish and
do not even have a backbone.
• Phylum Cnidaria:
– Jellyfish is a misnomer. They are not fish and
do not even have a backbone.
– They have roamed the se...
Jellies don’t have a brain, central nervous
system, circulatory system, respiratory
system, excretory system, and they hav...
Bud
• Two layers of cells.
– The outer layer is known as the ectoderm
or epidermis.
– Layer in the middle is jelly.
– Inner la...
• Two layers of cells.
– The outer layer is known as the ectoderm
or epidermis.
– Layer in the middle is jelly.
– Inner la...
• Two layers of cells.
– The outer layer is known as the ectoderm
or epidermis.
– Layer in the middle is jelly.
– Inner la...
• Two layers of cells.
– The outer layer is known as the ectoderm
or epidermis.
– Layer in the middle is jelly.
– Inner la...
• Two layers of cells.
– The outer layer is known as the ectoderm
or epidermis.
– Layer in the middle is jelly. Noncellula...
• Very diverse phylum.
– Anthozoa (true coral, sea anemones, sea
pens) 6000 spp
– Cubozoa (box jellyfish) 20 spp
– Hydrozo...
• Very diverse phylum.
– Anthozoa (true coral, sea anemones, sea
pens) 6000 spp
– Cubozoa (box jellyfish) 20 spp
– Hydrozo...
• Very diverse phylum.
– Anthozoa (true coral, sea anemones, sea
pens) 6000 spp
– Cubozoa (box jellyfish) 20 spp
– Hydrozo...
• Very diverse phylum.
– Anthozoa (true coral, sea anemones, sea
pens) 6000 spp
– Cubozoa (box jellyfish) 20 spp
– Hydrozo...
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
True
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
True
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
True Box
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
True Box
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
True Box
Coral
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
True Box
Coral
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
True Box
Coral
Hydra
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
Hydra
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
Hydra
Bud
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
Hydra
Bud
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
Hydra
Bud
Corals and
Ane...
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
Hydra
Bud
Corals and
Ane...
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
Hydra
Bud
Corals and
Ane...
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
Hydra
Bud
Corals and
Ane...
• Which is a…
– Coral (Anthozoa)
– Box Jelly (Cuboza)
– Hydra (Hydrozoa)
– True Jelly (Scyphozoa)
Hydra
Bud
Corals and
Ane...
What do you
think?
Hoax Alert!
“Be aware of
hoaxes on
the net.”
“Still a large
Cnidarian
however”
“Still a large
Cnidarian
however”
Learn more about the Phylum Cnidaria at…
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/cnidaria/cnidaria....
• Comb Jellies belong to a different Phylum
called Ctenophora.
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• Comb Jellies belong to a different Phylum
called Ctenophora.
– They are shaped differently and have cilia to
propel them...
• Animals Available Sheet.
Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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Coral
Anemone
Ctenophora...
• Urochordata: ―Sea squirts‖ – Has primitive
notochord
• Video Link. Cnidaria and Ctenophora
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HzFiQFF
QYw
• Animals Available Sheet.
Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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 Phylum Porifera – Sponges
 Phylum Porifera – Sponges
 Asymmetrical.
• Video! Sea Sponge filter feeding.
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7E1rq7zHLc
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Learn mor...
Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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• Animals Available Sheet.
 Phylum Rotifera
 Wheeled organisms
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 Phylum Rotifera
 Wheeled organisms
 (Draw in journal somewhere on page).
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 Phylum Rotifera
 Wheeled organisms
 (Draw in journal somewhere on page).
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Learn more ab...
• Rotifers are great for eating human waste /
sludge in waste water treatment plants.
• Video! Rotifer Feeding
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fe7GAn8ZCz0
• Animals Available Sheet.
Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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• There are three types of worms
– Flatworms
– Roundworms
– Segmented worms
• There are three types of worms
– Flatworms?
– Roundworms?
– Segmented worms?
• There are three types of worms
– Flatworms?
– Roundworms?
– Segmented worms?
• There are three types of worms
– Flatworms?
– Roundworms?
– Segmented worms?
• There are three types of worms
– Flatworms?
– Roundworms?
– Segmented worms?
• There are three types of worms
– Flatworms?
– Roundworms?
– Segmented worms?
• There are three types of worms
– Flatworms?
– Roundworms?
– Segmented worms?ented wor
• There are three types of worms
– Flatworms?
– Roundworms?
– Segmented worms?ented wor
• Worms are very old.
• Worms are very old.
– Many fossils are dated back to the Cambrian,
hundreds of millions of years ago.
 Phylum Nematoda
 The Roundworms.
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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• No joke, this is the mouth of a parasitic
nematode that lives in your intestine and is
common to almost all humans.
• Nematodes have a round body cavity.
Learn more about Nematoda at…
http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/Nematod...
 Phylum Platyhelminthes.
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 Phylum Platyhelminthes.
 The Flatworms.
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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• Flatworms (Platyhelminthes) eat and
release waste from the same opening.
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• Flatworms (Platyhelminthes) eat and
release waste from the same opening.
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Echinodermata Nematoda
Annelida
Platyhelminthes
Cnidaria
Rotifera
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 Phylum Annelida
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 Phylum Annelida
 The segmented worms.
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• Video! Annelida (Leech Therapy)
– Caution! If you don’t like leeches, you won’t like
this news clip.
– http://www.youtub...
• Video Link! Leeches NOVA podcast
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKUAroimQrk
Learn more about Annelida at…
http://www.e...
• Animals Available Sheet.
 Phylum Arthropoda
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 Phylum Arthropoda
 Segmented joints,
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 Phylum Arthropoda
 Segmented joints, exoskeleton,
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 Phylum Arthropoda
 Segmented joints, exoskeleton,
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Exoskeleton: An external skeleton tha...
 Phylum Arthropoda
 Segmented joints, exoskeleton, bilateral
symmetry.
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• Statistics vary, but millions and millions of
Arthropod species exist. They outnumber
all other phylums of animals combi...
• Statistics vary, but millions and millions of
Arthropod species exist. They outnumber
all other phylums of animals combi...
• Arthropods are some of the smallest
members of the Kingdom Animalia.
– Such as this member of the family Eriophyid
Copyr...
 The Classes of the Phylum Arthropoda.
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 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
 Class Insecta
 6 legs.
 3 body parts.
 Head, thorax, abdomen.
 Compound eyes.
 2 antennae.
 Only flying arthropod....
• Which specimen below is not in the Class
Insecta?
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• Answer- Tick, It has 8 legs and two body
parts, no antennae, no wings - Arachnida
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• Insects are believed by many scientists to
be the most successful organisms on the
planet.
• Which is a reason why insects are some of the
most successful species on the planet?
A.) They have been around for the l...
• Which is a reason why insects are some of the
most successful species on the planet?
A.) They have been around for the l...
• Which is a reason why insects are some of the
most successful species on the planet?
A.) They have been around for the l...
• Which is a reason why insects are some of the
most successful species on the planet?
A.) They have been around for the l...
• Which is a reason why insects are some of the
most successful species on the planet?
A.) They have been around for the l...
• Which is a reason why insects are some of the
most successful species on the planet?
A.) They have been around for the l...
• Which is a reason why insects are some of the
most successful species on the planet?
A.) They have been around for the l...
• Which is a reason why insects are some of the
most successful species on the planet?
A.) They have been around for the l...
• Largest Insect (Some Debate)
– The Weta Bug (Deinacrida carinata)
 Class Crustacea
 Head and abdomen
 Some have many legs (8+) with many jobs.
 Most are aquatic
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 Class Crustacea
 Head and abdomen
 Some have many legs (8+) with many jobs.
 Most are aquatic
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 Class Crustacea
 Head and abdomen
 Some have many legs (8+) with many jobs.
 Most are aquatic
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 Class Crustacea
 Head and abdomen
 Some have many legs (8+) with many jobs.
 Most are aquatic
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• Coconut crab (Birgus latro) largest
terrestrial arthropod / Crustacean.
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• The Alaskan King Crab (Paralithodes
camtschaticus).
– The largest known aquatic arthropod / crustacean.
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Learn more about Crustacea at…
http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/Crustacea
• The single animal species that makes up
the most biomass is a crustacean called
the copepod.
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• The single animal species that makes up
the most biomass is a crustacean called
the copepod.
– If you weighed all the el...
• .Student needed to stand here
• .Student needed to stand here
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
 Class Arachnida
 8 legs.
 No antennae or wings.
 Two body parts.
 Head and sensory.
 Abdomen.
 Most live on land.
...
• Mites are the most diverse Arachnid.
– Picture of dust mites on dust and carpet.
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• Spiders are the second most diverse class
of Arachnids.
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• Some Arachnida make webs to catch their
prey.
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• Some Arachnida make webs to catch their
prey.
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• Video! Spider Web Construction
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eb6bqIWdQao
• Video! Time lapse of a spider making a
web. (30 seconds)
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qg8xFx7rl
Rg&feature=fvst
• Ticks and Scorpions are also Arachnids.
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Learn more (lots of pictures) at…
http://animal....
 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 Antennae
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 Sub Phylum Myriapoda (In Arthropoda)
 Head and trunk
 Many legs per segment
 No wings
 2 Antennae
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• Centipedes – Class Chilopoda
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• Millipedes – Class Spirobolida
• Millipedes – Class Spirobolida
• Which is in the Class Insecta, and which is
in the Class Arachnida? Why?
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• Which is in the Class Insecta, and which is
in the Class Arachnida? Why?
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Arachnida Insecta
8 legs, 2 body parts 6 legs, 3 body parts
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Arachnida Insecta
8 legs, 2 body parts 6 legs, 3 body parts
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Arachnida Insecta
8 legs, 2 body parts 6 legs, 3 body parts
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• Which is in the class Insecta, and which is
in the class Crustacea? Why?
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• Which is in the class Insecta, and which is
in the class Crustacea? Why?
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Insecta Crustacea
6 legs, wings. 8+ legs, aquatic.
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Insecta Crustacea
6 legs, wings. 8+ legs, aquatic.
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Insecta Crustacea
6 legs, wings. 8+ legs, aquatic.
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• What class of Arthropoda is the specimen
below?
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• Answer! Class Arachnida.
– (Galeodes arabs) aka… Camel Spider
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Camel Spider – Not a true spider, related to
ticks and scorpions in an order called
Solifugae.
No venom,
they just use
their pinchers
and brute,
gory force.
Lizard in the
Order
Squamata
• What Class of Arthropoda is the specimen
below?
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• Answer! Class Arachnida. 8 legs, two
body parts, no antennae, no wings. - Mite
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• What Class of Arthropoda is the specimen
below?
• Answer! Class Crustacea, 8+ specialized
legs, aquatic.
• What Sub-Phylum of arthropods does this
specimen belong to?
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• Answer! Sub-Phylum Myriapoda
– Class Chilopoda
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• Which specimen is in the class Arachnida,
and which is in the class Chilopoda?
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• Which specimen is in the class Arachnida,
and which is in the class Chilopoda?
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• Chilopoda
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• Chilopoda
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• Chilopoda Arachnida
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• What class of Arthropoda would this
specimen belong to?
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• Answer! Class: Arachnida
–Order: Pseudoscorpiones
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• Video! (Optional) Really cool image of a
Pseudoscorpion.
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2S3ATMgy270
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• Activity! Looking at pond water to identify
phylum of animals.
– Make three circles with a Petri-dish.
– Make a wet-moun...
• Activity! Looking at pond water to identify
phylum of animals.
– Make three circles with a Petri-dish.
– Make a wet-moun...
• Animals Available Sheet.
Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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 Chordata
 Having a backbone or notocord.
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 Chordata
 Having a backbone or notocord.
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 Chordata
 Having a backbone or notocord.
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• Picture of Lanclet Subphylum -
Cephalochordata (Branchiostoma
lanceolatum)
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• Myxini: (Hagfish) Hagfish have three
accessory hearts, no cerebrum or cerebellum,
no jaws or stomach.
• Myxini: (Hagfish) Hagfish have three
accessory hearts, no cerebrum or cerebellum,
no jaws or stomach.
• Myxini: (Hagfish) Hagfish have three
accessory hearts, no cerebrum or cerebellum,
no jaws or stomach.
• Sea Squirt: (Urochordata)
• Sea Squirt: (Urochordata)
– In its larvae stage it has all chordate
characteristics: it has a notochord, a dorsal
nerve ...
• Fossil of early backboned organisms dating
560 million years ago.
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 Classes of Vertebrata (The Big 5)
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 -Fish (Basal vertebrates)
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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• Picture of fossil and recreation of an early amphibian.
– Note location of where the fossil was found. Amphibians
don’t ...
• The Coelacanth.
• The Coelacanth.
– Believed to have gone extinct with dinosaurs.
• The Coelacanth.
– Believed to have gone extinct with dinosaurs.
– Rediscovered (living) in 1938 off the coast of
South A...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• The lobe-finned fish are thought to be the
start of the terrestrial (land) animals.
– Picture of lung fish moving across...
• One theory suggests that land animals
developed when smaller bodies of water
periodically dried up.
• One theory suggests that land animals
developed when smaller bodies of water
periodically dried up.
– Being able to craw...
• One theory suggests that land animals
developed when smaller bodies of water
periodically dried up.
– Being able to craw...
• Another theory
• Another theory
– Lunged gulping fish could to avoid predation in
the aquatic habitats by climbing into the shallows
and ...
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• Which picture below is a tetrapod?
• What type of snake is this?
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• What type of snake is this?
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• This is not a snake, it’s a skink.
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• This is not a snake, it’s a skink.
– An example of intermediate species between
lizards and snakes.
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• Many Pythons (snakes) have spurs (toenails)
from when they use to have legs.
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• Many Pythons (snakes) have spurs (toenails)
from when they use to have legs.
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• Many Pythons (snakes) have spurs (toenails)
from when they use to have legs.
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• This is a human tailbone. This is an example
of a vestigial structure.
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• This is a human tailbone. This is an example
of a vestigial structure.
– Picture on right is human embryo.
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 Classes of Vertebrata (The Big 5)
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 -Fish (Basal vertebrates)
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 Classes of Vertebrata (The Big 5)
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 -Fish (Basal vertebrates)
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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• Diapsida: Reptiles, Dinosaurs, Birds.
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 Class Reptilia (Diapsida): Have scales.
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 Class Reptilia (Diapsida): Have scales.
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• Order Squamata: Lizards, snakes and
amphisbaenids
– About 7,900 species
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• Video Link! Cobra vs. Mongoose
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdg9gk
mWsEA&feature=relmfu
• Picture of Amphisbaenids…aka ―Worm
Lizards‖
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• Picture of a horned toad (Phrynosoma
hernandesi)
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• Picture of a horned toad (Phrynosoma
hernandesi)
– It can shoot blood out of it’s eye to confuse
predators. Blood contai...
• Picture of the ―Jesus Lizard‖ (Basiliscus
Plumifrons)
– Running on water helps it avoid predators.
– http://www.youtube....
• Order: Sphenodontia - Tuataras from New
Zealand:
– 2 species
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• Archosauria: Birds,
Learn more at…
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/diapsids/archosauria.html
• Archosauria: Birds, dinosaurs,
Learn more at…
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/diapsids/archosauria.html
• Archosauria: Birds, dinosaurs, and crocodiles
Learn more at…
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/diapsids/archosauria.html
• Archosauria: Birds, dinosaurs, and crocodiles
Learn more at…
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/diapsids/archosauria.html
• Order Crocodilla - Crocodiles, gharials,
caimans and alligators:
– 23 species
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• Gharials are like alligators but have a long
thin snout.
– They are found in Northern India.
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• Alligator:
– Picture of The American Alligator (Alligator
mississippiensis)
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• Anapsida -Turtles and tortoises:
– Approximately 300 species
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• Reptiles generally lay eggs such as this
sea turtle (Dermochelys coriacea).
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• Sphenodontidae: The tuatara is the only
species of sphenodontid alive today.
Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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 Class Amphibia: Double Life – Land and
water.
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 Class Amphibia: Double Life – Land and
water.
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• Amphibia have a double life because…
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• Amphibia have a double life because…
– They live in the water and then on land.
• Lose tail and grow legs.
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• Amphibia have a double life because…
– They live in the water and then on land.
• Lose tail and grow legs.
– They breath...
• Amphibians usually lay jelly-like eggs in
water.
– Eggs have a larval stage
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• Order Anura – Frogs and Toads
• Order Anura – Frogs and Toads
– Have four limbs
• Order Anura – Frogs and Toads
– Have four limbs
– Some are vocal.
• Is this a frog or a toad?
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• Answer! All toads are frogs. (Family
Bufonidae)
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• Answer! All toads are frogs. (Family
Bufonidae)
– The class that includes toads have more
stubby legs.
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• Answer! All toads are frogs. (Family
Bufonidae)
– The class that includes toads have more
stubby legs.
– Drier and warty...
• Answer! All toads are frogs. (Family
Bufonidae)
– The class that includes toads have more
stubby legs.
– Drier and warty...
• Answer! All toads are frogs. (Family
Bufonidae)
– The class that includes toads have more
stubby legs.
– Drier and warty...
“My name is
“My name is
Toad, but I
think it comes
from
toadstools
which are
Fungus and
not
amphibians”
• Order Caudata: Salamanders
– Bearing a tail.
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• Picture of Giant Salamander (Andrias
davidianus)
– Lives in mountain rivers of China.
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• Order Apoda: Caecilians
– Without legs
– Subterranean diggers
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Rudimentary Eyes
• Video Caecilians.
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMvL4zOL
SeM
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
• Which organisms below are members of
the class Amphibia?
They don’t
exist and
have never
existed.
• The Komodo Dragon doesn’t breathe fire
and fly.
– Another cheesy common name.
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• The Komodo Dragon doesn’t breathe fire
and fly.
– Another cheesy common name.
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• Any guesses to what the common names
are for the Class Aves and Actinopterygii
in the Phylum Chordata.
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Aves Actinopterygi
(Lobed fish)
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Aves Actinopterygi
(Lobed fish)
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Aves Actinopterygi
(Lobed fish)
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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 Class Aves: Feathers, bills, wishbone
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• Aves also have
– Lightweight bones.
– N teeth.
– Produce large eggs.
– Many can navigate well.
– Song production.
Copyri...
• Aves also have
– Lightweight bones.
– No teeth.
– Produce large eggs.
– Many can navigate well.
– Song production.
Copyr...
• Aves also have
– Lightweight bones.
– No teeth.
– Produce large eggs.
– Many can navigate well.
– Song production.
Copyr...
• Aves also have
– Lightweight bones.
– No teeth.
– Produce large eggs.
– Many can navigate well.
– Song production.
Copyr...
• Aves also have
– Lightweight bones.
– No teeth.
– Produce large eggs.
– Many can navigate well.
– Song production.
Copyr...
• Aves also have
– Lightweight bones.
– No teeth.
– Produce large eggs.
– Many can navigate well.
– Song production.
Copyr...
• Aves (birds) evolved from reptiles…
• Birds can be very small and fly.
• Birds can be very large and non flying.
• Superorder Palaeognathae
– ―Old jaws" More primitive and reptilian palate
than that in other birds.
• Superorder Palaeognathae
– ―Old jaws" More primitive and reptilian palate
than that in other birds.
• Struthioniformes:
• Superorder Palaeognathae
– ―Old jaws" More primitive and reptilian palate
than that in other birds.
• Struthioniformes: ...
• Superorder Palaeognathae
– ―Old jaws" More primitive and reptilian palate
than that in other birds.
• Struthioniformes: ...
• Superorder Palaeognathae
– ―Old jaws" More primitive and reptilian palate
than that in other birds.
• Struthioniformes: ...
• Superorder Palaeognathae
– ―Old jaws" More primitive and reptilian palate
than that in other birds.
• Struthioniformes: ...
• Tinamiformes: tinamous
• Superorder Neognathae:
– Ten thousand species.
– Many sizes and shapes (bills and feet)
• Orders
• Anseriformes—waterfow...
• Activity! Bird Structure Function and
Survival by investigating beak type and
foot type.
– Each table group gets a token...
• Which bird will be best at surviving by breaking
tough seeds?
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by breaking
tough seeds?
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by catching
fish from the air?
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by catching
fish from the air?
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by tearing
through flesh and killing small animals?
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by tearing
through flesh and killing small animals?
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by tearing
through flesh and killing small animals?
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• Which birds will be best at surviving by swiveling
its beak through the water to collect food?
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• Which birds will be best at surviving by swiveling
its beak through the water to collect food?
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by breaking
through plant matter to find insects?
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by breaking
through plant matter to find insects?
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• Which bird can survive in a number of different
habitats including coastal waters, agricultural
land, and probing deep i...
• Which bird can survive in a number of different
habitats including coastal waters, agricultural
land, and probing deep i...
• Which bird will be best at surviving by obtaining
insects, seeds, and plants from the bottom of
ponds.
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• Which bird will be best at surviving by obtaining
insects, seeds, and plants from the bottom of
ponds.
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• Which bird will be best at stabbing through
the water to catch fish and other animals.
• Which bird will be best at stabbing through
the water to catch fish and other animals.
• Which bird will be best at tearing through
the body of small birds?
• Which bird will be best at tearing through
the body of small birds?
• Which four birds will be best at eating small
insects, seeds, and plant matter with a multi-
functional beak?
Copyright ...
• Which four birds will be best at eating small
insects, seeds, and plant matter with a multi-
functional beak?
Copyright ...
• Which four birds will be best at eating small
insects, seeds, and plant matter with a multi-
functional beak?
Copyright ...
• Which four birds will be best at eating small
insects, seeds, and plant matter with a multi-
functional beak?
Copyright ...
• Which four birds will be best at eating small
insects, seeds, and plant matter with a multi-
functional beak?
Copyright ...
• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
in an aquatic environment?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
in an aquatic environment?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
by walking through the mud?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
by walking through the mud?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
by perching on branches?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
by perching on branches?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
by clinging to the side of trees?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
by clinging to the side of trees?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
by grasping and killing prey?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to survive
by grasping and killing prey?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to hop
around, cling, and eat French Fries?
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• Which foot type is best adapted to hop
around, cling, and eat French Fries?
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• What animal has these feet?
• What animal has these feet?
• What animal has these feet?
• What animal has these feet?
• Remember, Birds came from dinosaurs
• Remember, Birds came from dinosaurs
This is grouse foot jewelry -Foot
with lots of fine feathers to keep
the bird warm on the snow.
The Jacana can walk on top of Lilly
Pads because its toes are so long.
The Jacana can walk on top of Lilly
Pads because its toes are so long.
• Activity! Bird Structure Functions.
– Who still has their token left?
• Tropical birds show many variations in colors.
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“Hey!”
“Stop
looking at
my butt.”
• Video Link: Birds of Paradise.
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SB8UodV_DJ
g
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Chordata
Arthropoda
Mollusca
Porifera
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• Fish
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• Fish can be very large like this whale
shark.
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• Fish can be very small like the
Paedocypris progenetica.
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• Fish can be very small like the
Paedocypris progenetica.
– It is the world's smallest vertebrate or
backboned animal.
C...
• Fish can be very small like the
Paedocypris progenetica.
– It is the world's smallest vertebrate or
backboned animal.
C...
• Fish…
– -
– -
– -
– -
– -
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• Have backbones.
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• Have cold-bloodedness
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• Have fins.
• Flying Fish (Cypselurus melanurus in the
Atlantic)
• Have scales
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• Gills to breath dissolved oxygen in water.
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• Superclasses for Fish
• Superclasses for Fish
– Agnatha the jawless vertebrates.
• Superclasses for Fish
– Agnatha the jawless vertebrates.
– Gnathostomata (with jaws).
• Within these superclasses there ...
Superclass Agnatha
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomorphi - lampreys
Superclass Gnathostomata with jaws
– Cla...
 Class Mynixi
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• Class Myxini - Hagfish
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 Class Cephalaspidomorphi - Lampreys
 Jawless
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Superclass Gnathostomata with jaws
– Class Chondrichthyes (cartilagineous
fish - sharks and rays)
– Class Osteichthyes (bo...
 Class Chondrichthyes
 Cartilage instead of bone.
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• Class Chondrichthyes: (Sharks, Rays, and
Skates)
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• Class Chondrichthyes: (Sharks, Rays, and
Skates)
– Skeleton made of cartilage.
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• Class Chondrichthyes: (Sharks, Rays, and
Skates)
– Skeleton made of cartilage.
– Body covered with triangular scales.
Co...
• Picture of shark scales under the
microscope.
– Notice the triangular shape.
• Fish are bony, others have cartilage.
• Which is a bony fish, and which is a cartilage
fish?
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• Fish are bony, others have cartilage.
• Which is a bony fish, and which is a cartilage
fish?
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• Answer! Sharks have cartilage for bones.
Cartilage is heavy and sharks sink unless they
constantly swim.
• Answer! Sharks have cartilage for bones.
Cartilage is heavy and sharks sink unless the
constantly swim. 95% of fish have...
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomorphi - lampreys
Superclass Gnathostomata with ...
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomorphi - lampreys
Superclass Gnathostomata with ...
 Class Osteichthyes (bony fish), which
has two subclasses:
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomorphi - lampreys
Superclass Gnathostomata with ...
 Sub Class Actinopterygii
 Ray-finned with spikes and spines.
 Makes up half of all vertebrae species
 Sub Class Actinopterygii
 Ray-finned with spikes and spines.
 Makes up half of all vertebrae species
 Sub Class Actinopterygii
 Ray-finned with spikes and spines.
 Makes up half of all vertebrae species.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomorphi - lampreys
Superclass Gnathostomata with ...
 Sub Class Sarcopterygii
 Lobed-finned
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• Coelacanths and lungfish.
– Ancestral form of all tetrapod limbs.
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
Name the Class of fish based on the picture.
Superclass Agnatha (jawless)
– Class Myxini - hagfish
– Class Cephalaspidomor...
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Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
Kingdom Animalia Biology Lesson PowerPoint, Taxonomy, Animal Phylums
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