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BIOL 2325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Plant Reproductive Morphology, Veliger, Nacre

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Feeding, cephalic sensory, locomotor organs, muscular actions. Head has a mouth, radula, sensory organs, and foot. Creeping movement via waves of muscu
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BIOL 2325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lobopodia, Axoneme, Commensalism

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Mitochondria and plastids are the same size as a prokaryote cell. 10 000 symbiont species: can be mutualistic, commensalistic, and parasitic. Flagellat
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BIOL 2325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Paraphyly, Synapomorphy, Polyphyly

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Binomial nomenclature is genus and species epithet. Classification- groupings of organisms that share a common characteristic. Systematics- groups defi
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BIOL 2325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Nerve Net, Female Sperm, Digestion

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Contain specialized stinging organelle (cnidae and nematocyst) 2 body types- free swimming medusa or sessile polyps. Mesoglea-extracellular matrix that
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BIOL 2325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Triploblasty, Blastomere, Schwann Cell

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Levels of organization in organismal complexity: protoplasmic level- unicellular organisms. All functions of life confined to a single call. Within eac
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BIOL 2325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Demosponge, Leaf, Spongin

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Cells can attach to each other or to an extracellular matrix. Connect to basal lamina(sheet of ecm) via adherens junctions. Tight junctions-cells bind
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BIOL 2325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Nematomorpha, Ventral Nerve Cord, Hydrostatic Skeleton

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Protostomes- proceeds through blastula and gastrula stage. Cuticle-nonliving external layer secreted by the epidermis. 4 quadrants separated by 4 epide
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