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Topics For Test 3 (got 93% on the test)

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Biological Sciences
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BIOL 1002

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Topic list for Test 3Note Underlined topics have been modified or addedChapter 23The groups that make up the protostomesEcdysozoans shed or molt exoskeleton periodically ArthropodsNematodsLophotrochozoans special feeding structure called a lophophore Platyhelmids Annelids MollusksBody cavitiesNo CoelumPsuedocoelum or False Coelum body cavity not completely made of tissue from the mesodermTrue Coelum body cavity completely covered in tissue from the mesodermIdentify the phylum by figure diagrams Annelida Mollusca Arthropoda Nematoda and EchinodermataThis animal belongs to which group pictures Annelida Segmented WormsOlys PolyLeeches Mollusca Gastropodssnails Bavalviasoysters clams scallopsmussels Cephlapodssquidsoctopuses Arthropoda Insects ArachnidsspidersticksCrustaseanscrawfish crabs shrimplobsters Nematoda RoundwormsTrichellaHeartworms and Echinodermata Sea stars Sea urchinsSea cucumbersIdentify phyla by their membersAnnelida Segmented WormsOlys PolysLeeches Mollusca Gastropodssnails Bivalvesoysters clams scallops mussels Cephlapodssquidsoctopuses Arthropoda Insects Arachnidsspiders ticks Crustaceanscrawfish crabs shrimplobsters Nematoda Roudworms and Echinodermata Sea star Sea urchinsSea cucumbersIdentify the phylum by characteristics Annelida segmented closed circulatory system w 5 hearts excretory system with pharynxexcretory flame cells nephridia true coelom Mollusca marine soft bodies w hard shell ganglia open circulatory system w hemocoel body plan w mantlefoot Arthropoda exoskeleton compound eyes respiratory system w gills book lungsa trachea hemocoel segmented w head thoraxabdomen go through metamorphisis Nematoda live in moist or aquatic environments psuedocoelom w hydrostatic skeleton complete digestive system w a mouthanus and Echinodermata no cephalization no segmentation no excretory system no circulatory system primitive nervous system mairne endoskeleton made of CaCO3 spiraldeterminate cleavageProtostomes spiraldeterminate cleavage EctotrophozoansLophotrophozoans and Deuterostomes radialindeterminate cleavage EchnidodermsChapter 24Chordata characteristics
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