Bio 124L Exam II

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Biology 124L ***SLIDES*** Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Animalia Subkingdom: Parazoa I. Phylum: Porifera 1. Scypha Subkingdom: Eumetazoa II. Phylum: Cnidaria A. Class: Hydrozoa 2. Hydra 3. Obelia 4. Obelia medusa III. Phylum: Platyhelminthes A. Class: Turbellaria 5. Planaria B. Class: Trematoda 6. Clonorchis sinensis 7. Taenia pisiformis IV. Phylum: Rotifera 8. Rotifers V. Phylum: Nematoda 9. Trichinella spiralis VI. Phylum: Mollusca A. Class: Gastropoda 10. Snail radula VII. Phylum: Annelida A. Class: Oligochaeta 11. Earthworm intestinal VIII. Phylum: Arthropoda A. Class: Crustacea 12. Daphnia IX. Phylum: Chordata IX.I: Subphylum: Cephalochordata 13. Amphioxus Animal Tissues 14. Small Intestine 15. Salivary Gland 16. Pancreas 17. Artery & Vein 18. Lung & bronchiole ***MODELS*** ***SPECIMENS***
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Subkingdom: Eumetazoa
Phylum: Rotifera
Common Name: Rotifers

A. Mastax

B. Corona

C. Spur

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Phylum: Platyhelminthes
Class: Cestoda
Genus & Species: Taenia pisiformis

A. scolex

B. suckers

C. hooks

D. proglottids

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Phylum: Platyhelminthes
Class: Trematoda
Genus & Species: Clonorchis sinensis

A. mouth

B. intestine

C. Uterus

D. Testis

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Phylum: Platyhelminthes
Class: Turbellaria
Genus: Planaria

A. eyespots

B. gastrovascular cavity

C. pharynx

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Phylum:Cnidaria
Class: Hydrozoa
Genus: Obelia

A. tentacles

B. medusa buds

C. hydranth

D. gonotheca

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Phylum:Cnidaria
Class: Hydrozoa
Genus: Hydra

A. bud

B. foot

C. tentacles

D. Hystome

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Phylum:Cnidaria
Class: Hydrozoa
Genus & Stage: Obelia medusa

A. tentacles

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Subkingdom: Parazoa

Phylum: Porifera
Genus: Scypha

A. spongocoel

B. choanocytes (collar cells)

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Phylum: Nematoda

Trichinella spiralis

  1. Larva
  2. Muscle
  3. Cyst
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Phylum: Mollusca

Class: Gastropoda

Common Name & Structure: Snail radula

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Phylum:

Class:

Common Name:

Phylum: Annelida

Class: Oligochaeta

Common Name & location: Earthworm intestinal

  1. Dorsal blood vessel
  2. Lumen of intestine
  3. Coelom
  4. Circular muscles
  5. Longitudinal muscles
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Phylum: Arthropoda

Class: Crustacea

Daphnia

A. Heart

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Phylum: Chordata

Subphylum: Cephalochordata

Genus: Amphioxus

  1. Gill slits
  2. Notochord
  3. Nerve chord
  4. Tail
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Small Intestines

Muscle Type: Smooth muscle

    1. Duodenum
    2. Jejunum
    3. Ileum
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Salivary Gland

  1. Parotid
  2. Sublingual
  3. Submandibular
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Pancreas

  1. Acini units (exocrine)
  2. Islets of Langerhans (endocrine)
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Artery & Vein

  1. Artery
  2. Vein
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Lung & bronchiole

a. Alveoli (simple squamous epi.)

b. Bronchiole (with hyline cartilage & PSCCE)

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veins

carry blood toward heart

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arteries

carry blood away from heart

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Pulmonary vein

carries richly oxygenated blood from lungs to heart

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Pulmonary artery

carries poorly oxygenated blood from heart to lungs

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1. Cranial (superior) vena cava

2. Caudal (inferior) vena cava

(drain ______ & carry deoxygenated blood to ______)

1. drains cranial (upper) portion of body

2. drains caudal (lower) portion of body

both converge and carry deoxygenated blood to the right atrium

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left & right renal arteries and veins

artery supplies & vein drains:

Kidney

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Splenic arteries and veins

artery supplies & vein drains:

Spleen

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Umbilical arteries and veins

artery supplies & vein drains:

fetus

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left and right external iliac arteries and veins

artery supplies & vein drains:

upper thigh of hindlimb

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cranial mesenteric artery

supplies the intestines (jejunum, ileum, colon)

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celiac artery

supplies stomach & pancreas (and spleen)

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left and right subclavian arteries and veins

artery supplies & vein drains:

left & right forelimbs (arms) & upper portion of body

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left and right axillary arteries and veins

artery supplies & vein drains:

armpit/shoulder region

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coronary arteries

supplies blood to the heart muscle

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left and right

1. external jugular veins

2. internal jugular veins

drains blood from

1. deep parts of face

2. superficial parts of face

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left and right cephalic veins

drains blood from arms

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left and right subscapular veins

drains blood from the armpit/scapula (shoulder blade)

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brachiocephalic trunk

first major branch off the aorta; splits into right subclavian artery (supplies right forelimb/upper portion of body) and the carotid trunk (common carotid arteries carry blood to brain and head)

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left and right common carotids

arteries that supply blood to head and brain

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left and right maxillary vein

drains blood from anterior portion of the face

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left and right linguofacial veins

drains blood from the jaw

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Spleen

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Stomach

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Pancreas

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placenta

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Roses are Red

Grass is Green

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Phylum: chordata

subphylum: craniata

class: mammalia

order: chiroptera

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Deuterostomes:

Blastospore develops into______

_____&______ cleavage

Coelom formed from ________

anus

indeterminate/radial

cavity pouch in mesoderm

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Protostomes:

Blastospore develops into_______

_____&______ cleavage

Coelom formed from ________

mouth

determinate/spiral

split in solid mesoderm

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choanocytes

aka collar cells

allows filter feeding in sponges (porifera); flagella drives water past cell

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amoebocytes

in mesohyl of sponges; distributes nutrients, can get rid of waste, some can provide storage

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Phylum

Common Name

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Comb jellies are in phylum _______ and are the largest animal to use ______ for locomotion

Ctenophora

Cilia

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mesoglea

layer between epidermis and gastrodermis (Phylum Cnidaria)

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Phagocytosis

Digestion in Cnidarians that occurs extracellularly (in gastrovascular cavity)then taken to cells

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cnidocytes

specialized cells in Cnidarians that contain a whip-like sting barb

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nematocysts

part of the cnidocytes in cnidarians that vary based on class; can be whip-like or harpoon-like barbs

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planula

term for cnidarian larva

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zooxanthellae

symbiotic marine algae; relationship with class antozoa cnidarians specifically

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parthenogenesis

trait of rotifers where eggs can develop without being fertilized

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flame cells

cells in in platyhelminthes (flatworms) ; excretion in protonephridia

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general characteristics of Kingdom Animalia

-eukaryotic

-heterotrophic

-carbs stored as glycogen

-no cell wall

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Body Plans:

Sac-

Tube-in-tube-

sac: one opening (fxns as anus and mouth)

Tube-in-tube: two openings

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Eumetazoa

Subkingdom of Animalia; "true" animals

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Parazoa

Subkingdom of Animalia; sponges only-no true tissues

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diploblastic:

triploblastic:

2 germ layers (ectoderm and endoderm); tissue level of organization

3 germ layers (ectoderm, endoderm, mesoderm); organ level of organization

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Possible Bonus: What is this? What do they do? How are they defeated?

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major differences bt ribbon worms and flatworms

ribbon worms have

-one-way digestive system

-simple circulatory system