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Kingdom Animalia

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Carolyn Lowe

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Transcript of Kingdom Animalia

Kingdom Animalia
Characteristics
Phylum Porifera
Characteristics
Very simple - no tissues or organs
Aquatic - mostly marine
Many have a structure of spongin or spicules - glass spines
Sponges
Pink Lumpy Sponge
Orange Elephant Ear Sponge
Cloud Sponge
Tube Sponge
Spicule
Phylum Cnidaria
Characteristics
Tissues but no true organs.
Nematocysts - stinging cells.
Tentacles. Radial Symmetry.
Most marine but some freshwater
Two forms:
Polyp Medusa
Jellyfish
Box Jelly -
very dangerous
Anemones
Hydra
Freshwater Hydra with
Mutualistic Algae
Phylum Nematoda
Roundworms
Characteristics
Body cavity but no segments.
Longitudinal muscles
Free living and parasitic
Phylum
Platyhelminthes

Phylum Annelida
Phylum Mollusca
Phylum Arthropoda
Phylum Chordata
Phylum
Echinodermata

Phylum Rotifera
Coral
Multicellular. Movement. No cell walls.
Consumers (heterotrophs)
Eukaryotes (cells have membrane-bound organelles)
Flatworms
No body cavity
One digestive opening
Flat
Free living or parasitic
Bilateral Symmetry
Characteristics
Tapeworms
Flukes
Planaria
Rotifers
Characteristics
Characteristics
Segmented body
Body cavity
Circulatory system
Cephalization (head at one end)
Two digestive openings - mouth and anus
Animal Kingdom Cladogram
Bilateria Cladogram
Insects
Arachnids
Crustaceans
Myriapods
Bivalves
Gastropods
Cephalopods
Characteristics
Chitin exoskeleton
Shed exoskeleton to grow
Jointed legs. Circulatory system.
Bilateral symmetry, cephalization,
6 legs
3 body parts
terrestrial
Characteristics
Characteristics
Characteristics
Characteristics
8 legs
2 body parts
Terrestrial
legs branched into 2 branches
2 or 3 body parts
most are aquatic
Edible
Many legs
Long, segmented bodies
Centipedes
Millipedes
Shrimp
Daphnia,
Copepods, Ostracods
Lobsters
Isopods
(Pill bugs or Roly Polies)
Crayfish
Barnacles
Crabs
Earthworms
Tubeworms
Leeches
Feather Duster Worms
Characteristics
Spinal cord
Cranium
Endoskeleton of cartilage or bone
Characteristics
Radial Symmetry
Tube feet with suction ends
Spiny skin
5 or more legs or sections
Starfish
Sea Cucumbers
Sea Urchins
Free-living
Nematodes
Bilateral Symmetry
Cephalization
Ciliated structure (corona) on head
Body Cavity
Christmas Tree Worms
Characteristics
Soft Body
Head, foot & visceral mass
All covered with a "mantle"
Many have shells
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The Vertebrates
Hookworms
Loa Loa worm
in the eye
Removing a guinea worm from
under the skin.
Brown Recluse (Fiddleback)
Tarantula
Orb Weaver
Scorpions
Jumping Spider Eyes
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