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Animal Diversity

BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Symmetry In Biology, Internal Fertilization, Bivalvia

Mollusca Mollis = soft Malacology = study of molluscs Highly diverse and distinctive Triploblastic, eucoelomates o Triploblastic = derived from 3 embryonic cell layers Bilaterally symmetrical (mostly) Definite head Indirec...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Microbial Cyst, Plasmodium, Lobopodia

Protozoa What is it? Unicellular organisms Eukaryotic o Cells contain a membranebound nucleus or nuclei Lacking tissue level of organization Lack cell wall Intracellular specialization o All life functions carried out by o...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trematoda, Cutaneous Larva Migrans, Small Intestine

ParasiticWorms Definitions Parasitism o Interaction in which one organism, the parasite, lives at the expense of another organism, the host o Destructive symbiosis Ectoparasite o Parasite which lives on the outside of the ...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coral Bleaching, Gastrovascular Cavity, Scyphozoa

TheRadiata:CnidariaCtenophora (Coelenterates) The Radiata or Coelenterates Used to be one phylum o Coelenterates Now divided into 2: o Cnidarian o Ctenophora

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Egg Cell, Arthropod, Gastropoda

DevelopmentalPatterns Metazoa differ from protists in that their cells are: o Specialized o Interdependent o Coordinated in function o Develop through layering during embryogeny Embryonic development of sexual multicellula...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chemotaxonomy, Phagocytosis, Digestion

MesozoaPorifera Protozoa Mesozoa Metazoa Protozoa Unicellular animals o Like protists without tissues or organs o Existing singly or in colonies of a few to many individuals Such colonies differ from a metazoan in that the...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dasyuromorphia, Dentition, Terrestrial Animal

OriginandEvolutionofMammals Overview Mammallike reptiles and reptilelike mammals What makes a mammal Monotremes, marsupials, placentals o Key features Australia mammal evolution Skull Anatomy Major groups of reptiles chara...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neoteny, New Zealand, Viviparity

TheHerpetofaunaAmphibians Reptiles Outline Conquest of the land Primitive amphibians Key adaptions of amphibians Why life on land? Modern amphibians Evolution of the amniotic egg Reptile characteristics Mesozoic age of rep...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nucleic Acid Hybridization, Karyotype, Paratype

IdentifyingNamingAnimals Essential tips for discovery description and analysis of species are Identify characteristic features Describe each species, in words and drawings Provide a name, referring to characteristic featur...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Annelid, Rotifer, Polychaete

LocomotionandMovement Why move? Feedingresource acquisition Escape from predation Avoidance of harmful environmental conditions Enhanced dispersal Find a mate (further away to avoid inbreeding) Jellyfish (cnidarian) Jet pr...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Incus, Pit Viper, Semicircular Canals

ControlandSensorySystems Outline Mode of action of sensory receptors Types of sensory receptors o Mechanical o Chemical o Temperature o Pain o Electromagnetic Visual receptors o Simple and compound eyes o Single lens eyes ...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neural Crest, Pharyngeal Groove, Thyroid

HemichordatestoChordates Hemichordates Pharyngeal gill slits (or pores), ciliated Ventral and dorsal nerve chords o Not homologous to notochord Bilateral Deuterostomia Trimeric o Protosome o Mesosome o Metasome Complete gu...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Study Guide - Final Guide: Magnetoreception, Endochondral Ossification, Cephalaspidomorphi

Fishes What is a fish? A gillbreathing ectothermic, aquatic vertebrate that possesses gills, fins and skin that is usually covered with scales o All vertebrates that are not tetrapods (4 limbs with digits) Around 30,000 li...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson
BIOL2712 Final: Island Biogeography and Metapopulations

IslandBiogeographyand Metapopulations Biogeography The study of the distribution of plants and animals around the world The father of biogeography was Alfred Wallace o Realized that different regions of the world had disti...

BIOD Biodiversity and Conservation
BIOL2712
Jeremy Robertson

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