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Practice reading cladograms

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Julie Paoli

on 6 March 2014

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Transcript of Practice reading cladograms

Ancestral Prokaryotes
Membrane Bound Nucleus
Algae
Plants
Chloroplasts
Embryo Protection
Heterotrophism
http://www.yourdictionary.com/heterotroph#science
Chitinous cells
Fungi
Ingests Nutrition
Choanoflagellates
Multicellularity
Proifera
Spongin
Symmetry, Tissues
Cnidarians
Radial symmetry,
Sac gut,
Cnidocyte stinging cells,
2 tissue layers

Bilateral symmetry,
3 tissue layers,
Cephalization
Protostome
Trochophore
Flatworms
Gastropods
Cephalopods
Bivalves
Annelids
Roundworms
Insects
Crustaceans
Arachnids
Deuterostome,
Tube gut
Echinoderms
Notochord,
Dorsal Nerve Chord
Invertebrate chordates
Vertebrae/spine,
2- (or more) chambered heart
Jawless fish
Jaws
Cartilaginous fish
Bony skeleton
Bony fish

Lungs
3-chambered heart
Amphibians
Mammals
Amniotic, hard-shelled Eggs
Therapsid skull
Mammary Glands,
Endotherm,
4-chambered heart,
Hair
Lizards
Snakes
Crocodilians
Birds
Dinosaurs
Turtles
Sac gut,
acoelomate
Ecdysozoa,
Tube gut

Torsion
Endotherm,
Feathers
Pseudocoelomate
4-chambered heart
Segmentation
Segmentation,
Cephalization,
Coelom
Foot, Mantle, Visceral mass
Coelom,
Tube gut
Loosely attached jaw,
No legs
Six legs
Anapsid skull
Diapsid skull
Bivalve shell,
No head
Well-developed sense organs
Calcium carbonate
and chitin exoskeleton,
5 appendage pairs
on head
Eight legs,
Chelicerae
Four clawed feet
Live in water,
long powerful jaws
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