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Biology 102 Exam 3 Study Guide

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Biology 102 Exam 3 Study Guide BY 102

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Covers all information of Kingdom Animalia, Animal Digestion, & Animal Reproduction; includes test review notes
Introductory Biology II
Dr. Cline
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Exam 3 – Kingdom Animalia • Classification: Symmetry (None/Radial/Bilateral) à Body Cavity (None/False/True) à Blastopore (Mouth/Anus) • 3 Embryonic Cell Layers o Ectoderm – cells & tissues on outer body o Mesoderm – tissue that fills in between other 2 layers o Endoderm – center of body • Body Cavities o Acoelomates – no body cavity – Platyhelminthes (flatworms) – solid chunk of tissue, limits their size, takes longer for diffusion, takes longer for waste product to get out § Not very big, no real delivery system for gasses, simple digestive system, do not move fast o Pseudocoelomates – body cavity between mesoderm & endoderm - Mostly parasites § Nematodes (round worms) – very good at reproduction, efficient o Coelomates – body cavity w/in mesoderm - all other animals, humans § More efficient, lose less organisms to developmental defects § Category broken down further by blastopore • Protostomes – blastopore becomes mouth • Deuterostomes – blastopore becomes anus o Body cavities give mechanical advantage § Filled w/ fluid or gas – don’t compress easily § Filling gives muscles something to contract against & makes the contraction more efficient o DNA ultimately controls & regulates everything § Different chromosomes for different jobs, build what goes in body cavity • Digestive System o Protostomes – blastopore becomes mouth o Deuterostomes – blastopore becomes anus – echinoderms, hemichordates, chordates • Bodies o Lophotrochozoa – soft bodies – rotifers, worms, snails o Ecdysozoa – hard bodies (exoskeleton) – crabs, barnacles, spiders, insects • Parazoa (Super Phylum)– lack symmetry o Phylum Porifera – Sponges – marine § Spicules – made up of different molecules in different shapes, can tell type of sponge § Osculum – opening/lips, pump out un-needed material • Eumatazoa – have symmetry – everything but sponges o Radial Symmetry – equal halves on several planes – mostly marine & freshwater animals – THINK PIZZA o Bilateral Symmetry – distinct right & left side, only 1 way to get equal halves – more advanced animals § Specialization of body parts – more efficient § Front end detection, back end locomotion o Phylum Cnidaria – all have radial symmetry & stinging cells , largely marine § 3 classes: Anemones, Jellyfishes, Hydrozoans § Have a complex life cycle • Polyp Stage – Sessile (immobile) stage • Medusa Stage – motile stage (dispersal) • May be colonial or solitary • Colonial – can live alone but chooses to live attached to others – share nutrients § Stinging Cells – Cnidocysts – detects prey, water fills cavity, thread coils around prey, brings food in § Asexual – budding in warm weather § Sexual – produces ovaries & testes on the same individual, do not work at the same time, Cannot fertilize self, cold weather § Class Anthozoa – Green Anemone • Emphasize polyp stage • Stun/sting fish, digest parts of fish, spits rest out for other animals o Finding Nemo o Fish living within tentacles – eat “barf,” pee on anemone, algae soaks up nitrogen & gives extra energy to anemone, & anemone gets protection from fish living inside § Coral Basket – have stinging tentacles • Hard Coral – Elkhorn Coral - Brain Coral • Soft Coral – Sea Whips – not rigid – Sea Fan § Class Scyphozoa – Jellyfish – Sea Nettle, Upside Down Jellyfish § Class Hydrozoa – Green Hydra (solitary, freshwater) • Solitary or colonial, feed on invertebrates floating in water column • Reproduce asexually in Summer & sexually in Winter • Freshwater Jellyfish – colonial, local, not true jellyfish • Portuguese Man of War – colonial, tentacles up to 10m, highly toxic o Have ‘float’ that sits above water, mast catches wind to move them o Paralyzing power o Phylum Ctenophora – no stinging cells § Comb Jellies – filter feeders, cilia to move, radial symmetry, bioluminescence (speak through color) o Phylum Rotifera – Rotifers § Tailson – grab onto substrate & hold on § Mouth surrounded by crown of cilia – creates whirlpool to send food into mouth § Move like inchworms, freshwater, filter feeders, radial symmetry § In habitats w/ lousy food – cilia can act like propeller to move them up the water column § Parthonegenic in summer – asexual § Eggs start to reproduce before they’re born; fall/winter eggs come out male or female • Bilateral Symmetry Acoelomates o Specialized = efficient; w/o body cavity – solid mass of tissue o Phylum Platyhelminthes –parasites § Aquatic – marine, freshwater, wet environments § Turbellaria planaria – Dugesia • Head, nervous system, eyespots (active at night), “mouth” on belly, tiny brain (capable of learning) • Have flame cells w/ cilia that move back & forth inside cell, & used to collect nitrogenous waste in the body & dump it out at the stomach • Asexual Reproduction – cut planaria in ½, place in wet environment & will grow back § Cestoda – tapeworms – have tiny brain • Head (scolex), neck, proglottids (reproductive structure), can produce ton of eggs in 1 proglottids • Beef Tapeworm – from uncooked beef • Burrow into intestinal wall to feed on blood § Trematodes – flukes – parasites – live in snails, fish, human livers • Bilateral Symmetry Pseudocoelomates o Body cavity between mesoderm & endosperm in developing embryo o Phylum Nematoda – nematodes (round worms) § Many are parasites – burrow in intestinal wall, dump eggs into host’s digestive system, pooped out § Stick eggs to dog’s butt w/ biological glue, dog swallows them – same w/ toddlers § Aquatic/Marine, scavengers, predators • Bilateral Symmetry Coelomates – Protostomes o Phylum Annelida – segmented worms § Duplication of organs § Hermaphrodites – organisms w/ both male & female reproductive organs • 2 worms fertilize each other § Setae – “bristle” – pointy structure on worm for movement – all segments have them § Oligochaetes – earthworms • Free living, pseudo-aquatic, terrestrial • Charles Darwin – fascinated by earthworm – estimated 1 cube of dirt has thousands of earthworms § Polychaetes – marine worms – detritivores • Some live in long tubes of sounds & expand tail i nto fan that exchanges & grabs food § Hirudinea – leeches – hermaphrodites, parasitic, predators • 1600s/1700s – doctors used leeches to get out “bad blood” • Leech spit = anti-coagulate; used in organ transplants to increase acceptance • Medicinal leech o Attach leech to re-attached body part to re-establish blood flow o Head trauma/swollen eyes shot – leeches suck out blood & reduce swelling o Phylum Mollusca – mollusks - 2ndmost diverse group on the planet § Some carry the shell, some have 2 halves to their shell, so me shells are attached, some dump their shell & hide it (slugs), squid & octopi put shell inside body § Freshwater, marine, terrestrial § Class Gastropoda “stomach feet” ; Snails, abalone, slugs, nudibranchs • Snails – radula (mouth), eat biofilm, agricultural pests • Abalone – marine, carry shell, make buttons from shell • Nudibranchs – marine slugs, eat biofilm off coral & rocks, no shell, brightly colored, will eat tentacle of cnidarians b/c they don’t trigger stinging cells, the stinging cells line their stomach /internal & become active again § Class Bivalvia “2 halves” – upper & lower parts of the shell; Mussels, clams, oyster • Largely marine, estuarine (salt & fresh water), freshwater mussels, filter feeders • Scallops – have eyes that detect light & dark, open & cl ose shell to push water through to move • Oyster – wrap sand up in lining that makes pearl, sand is irritant to soft tissues § Class Cephalopoda – octopi, squid, nautilus – squid & octopi = Eintsteins • Octupi – 8 arms, brilliant – inner shell • Squid – 10 arms, legend (attack whaling ships), communicate by color, tear prey – inner shell • Nautilus – 100s of arms, thought to be extinct until recently – outer shell o Phylum Arthropoda – Arthropods “jointed leg” - Largest phylum of animals on the planet § Broken down by number of legs • Spiders, ticks, & scorpions – 8 legs • Centipedes & millipedes – 100s to 1000s of legs • Crustaceans – 10 legs • Insects – 6 legs § Body Parts • Thorax – locomotion – where legs & wings attach • Abdomen – digestion & reproduction § Chelicerata – no antennae, no jaws, parasites (disease vectors) • Chiggers – juvenile dog tick; American Dog Tick • Scorpion – claws to tear prey, venom in tail • Garden spider § Crustacea (decapods) – crayfish, lobster, shrimp • 3 pairs chewing mouthparts • Crayfish – will burrow in soil & make chimney of mud, must have gills in water § Uniramia – centipedes & millipedes • Air vac trachea • Water discharged via Malphigian tubules – thread like fibers at joint b/w stomach & intestines • Centipedes – 1 pair of legs per segment, predator, shre d prey, have venom • Millipedes – 2 pairs of legs per segment, herbivores § Insects – more kinds of insects than anything else; butterflies, beetles, grasshoppers • Terrestrial, aquatic, arboreal (trees), fossorial (underground), marine, arctic, desert, etc • Body Parts o Head- sensing & control o Thorax – attach wing & legs o Abdomen – digestion & reproduction o Compound Eyes – Facets (omatidia, pointed at diff angles & don’t see adjacently), see ultraviolent (beyond violet) • Complex Life Cycles: egg -> larvae -> pupae -> Adult (has wings) • Bilateral Symmetry Coelomates – Deuterostomes o Phylum Echinodermata “Spiny Skins” – marine; Sea Stars, Brittle Stars, & Sea Cucumbers § Strange – some go back to radial symmetry § Closely related to humans – blastopore becomes anus, bilateral symmetry § Brittle Stars (Ophiuroidea) – quick, arms break off easily § Sea Cucumbers (Holothuroidea) – look like cucumber, throw guts out when detect predators § Sea Stars (Asteroidea) – eat clams, predators, can regenerate from 1 leg § Body of Seas Star & Brit tle Star • Radial Canal – has branches, push water through the canal, branches/bulbs attach to tube feet, help organism move • Central Disk – where organism opens up to water, where mouth opens, opening for gonads § Sea Lilies/Feather Stars (Crinoidea) – burrow tube into sea bottom & stick “feathers” out § Sea Urchins, Sand Dollar, Sea Biscuit = Echinoidea – have central core w/ jaws • Urchins – grazers (like sheep), eat sea grass, produces toxins that cause paralysis o Phylum Chordata § All Chordate at some point in their life cycle have: • Notochord – rod that runs from front of body to back of body, stiffening structure to help move through the water • Dorsal, hollow nerve chord – in the chest • Pharyngeal gill slits – in the neck –Humans have in the first 2 weeks • Segmented post-anal tail – segmented past anus on the organism • Tissue that becomes thyroid gland § Hemichordates – marine, filter feeders, burrow into wooden structures in ocean; ex) Acorn Worms § Cephalochordates – filter feeders, burrow into sand/sediment; ex) Tunicates • Become mature while still have juvenile characteristics § Urochordates – thin & small, marine & estuarine, filter feeders; ex) Lancelets, Amphioxus (genus) § Vertebrates – fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals • Of the 5 characteristics: replace notochord w/ vertebrae, still have remnants of post -anal tail (tail bone), still have thyroid gland • Super Class Pisces – fishes o Class Agnatha – Jawless Fishes § Parasite - Latch onto other fish, burrow teeth into side, use horny tongue to make hole to drink fluids o Class Chondrichthyes – Cartilaginous Fishes § Spotted Eagle Ray, Manta Ray, Sharks o Class Osteichthyes – Bony Fishes § Bass, Holiday Darter, Queen Angel Fish, Bo Fin Fish • Super Class Tetrapoda “4 feet” o Class Amphibia – Amphibians § No claws on feet, no scales, no shells around eggs, no lungs § Have poison glands in skin, breathe through skin (skin must be wet) o Class Amniota – Amniotes § Have specialized membranes around embryo – amniotic egg w/ 4 membranes § Reptilia - Reptiles & Birds – feathers & scales from same tissue, same pelvis • Non-Avian Reptiles – turtles, lizards & snakes, crocs, alligators o Turtles – oldest, primitive o Crocs & alligators – most related to dinosaurs & birds • Aves – birds or bird like reptiles o Hawks, owls, penguins, ostriches, mocking bird § Mammalia - Mammals • Have fur/hair, produce milk • Monotremes – egg layer; ex) Platypus • Marsupials – Koala Bear , Opossum, Kangaroo o Have live birth – no where near fully developed – leave mother’s womb & crawl to pouch through mother’s hair & attach to nipple in pouch • Placental Mammals- baby develops in mother’s womb o Elephants, Vampire Bats, Manatee Animal Digestion o Macronutrients – required in large quantities § C. HOPKINS CaFé. Mighty Good – Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorius, Potassium, Iodine, Nitrogen, Sulfur, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium o Digestion – process of breaking down complex food into small parts & absorbing the nutrients o Digestive System – series of organs designed to carry out digestion, all digestion is extracellular (outside cell) § Digestive process is mechanical – breaks down so we can absorb nutrients into tissues (chemical) § Types of Digestive Systems: • Incomplete – 1 opening, central cavity (different names for different organisms) o Cavities: Spongocoel (sponges), Gastrovascular cavity (snida rians) • Complete – 2 openings, # & size of organs vary o Usually includes: Mouth, esophagus, stomach, intestines, anus § Parasites – simple/ small digestive system o Mouth § Teeth – mechanically prepare food • Incisors – tear flesh from prey • Canines – stab food • Pre molars – slice food • Molars – grind food • Dental Formula - # of each type of tooth on upper & lower jaw § Saliva – water & amylase (breaks down carbohydrates/sugars) • Enzymatic portion helps digest simple sugars § Tongue – manipulates food, chemical taste, gate keeper/warns of something bad § 2 Parts: • Oral Cavity – strictly digestion – hard & soft palate • Pharynx – back of mouth shared digestive & respiratory o Esophagus – connects mouth to stomach, muscular tube § Peristalsis - waves of contractions move food along § Cardiac sphinctor – muscle outside the stomach to the heart – controls movement of food E à S & Sà E o Stomach – mechanical grinding § Chemical Degradation – HCl (Hydrochloric Acid), Pepsinoge n (enzyme, breaks down proteins) • HCl dumped from cells of stomach i nto body cavity, cause shape change in food by changing Ph • Mucus lines stomach & HCl cannot break down mucus o Stress & bacterial infections break down lining & cause ulcers • Certain foods produce higher levels of HCl & causes HCl to move to esophagus Heart Burn • Molecules from food open up & pepsinogen goes in & breaks them down • Acid helps break down proteins § Pyloric Sphinctor – controls movement between stomach & small intestines o Small Intestines – digestion & absorption, Chyme (mix of food & partially digested food, highly acidic) § 3 Parts: • Duodenum – digestion & little absorption • Jejunum – little digestion, lot absorption • Ileum – all absorption o Liver – detoxification, convert food to store, convert food to mobilize, urea synthesis, iron metabolism & b ile § Food stored as glycogen (short term, energy, sent to muscles that need glucose) & fat (long term, can be converted to glycogen) § Urea synthesis – body produces ammonia (bad) that gets in blood. Blood goes through liver – converts ammonia to urea. Blood goes to kidney & is sent out through urine § Iron Metabolism – liver breaks down RBC, gets rid of trash & keeps good stuff (iron), iron is released from liver to make new RBC § Bile – stores in gall bladder o Gall Bladder – stores bile § Bile is high Ph = Alkalin e – neutralizes chime § Bile is emulsyfier = breaks down fat into smaller particles, makes it easier to digest § Bile dumped into duodenum & stomach dumps chime (highly acidic) = neutralized o Pancreas – between stomach & small intestines § 2 portions: • Portion 1 – all in duodenum o Pancreatic lipase – breaks down fats o Pancreatic amylase – breaks down carbs o Trypsin – breaks down proteins o Chymotrypsin – breaks down proteins • Portion 2 – Endocrine Portion – Islets of Langerhans o Alpha Cells – make glucogon that converts glycogen to glucose § Dumps glucogon into blood, goes through liver & converts it to glucose to give body energy o Beta Cells – make insulin that helps transport, glucose across cell membrane o Large Intestine – ascending colon, transverse colon, descending colon § Absorb water & vitamin K (from gut bacteria) § Rectum – store feces § Valves of Huston & Anal Sphinctor – tight circular muscles that close off & regulate the movement of waste § E. Coli – wants waste product & break s cellulose down to produce vitamin K o Appendix/Cecum – at juncture between small intestine & large intestine § Small in us, large in other organisms § Stores bacteria that can break down cellulose § A blind pouch off the digestive tract, filled with bacteria § Vestigial organ in humans – not used much § Partially digested food into cecum. Filled with bacteria that can break down cellulose § Caecal pellets re-ingested (coprophagy) • Pass through system a 2dtime to get better digestion of cellulose • Come out of Cecum & enter large intestine, go out rectum, out the anus as partially digested food nd • Some organisms eat pellets & pass through cecum a 2 time & comes out completely different o Eat their own pellets o Modifications § Herbivore • Teeth modified for mechanical grindin g • Intestines longer to keep food longer & have more opportunity to break down food • Gall Bladders small - do not eat a lot of fat • Foregut Fermentors – modify the front end of the digestive tract (aka the stomach) o Ruminant Stomach – 4 chambers: rumen, reticulum, omassum, abomasum § Each chamber has unique set of bacteria & pH (acids) • Combo of acids & enzymes breaks down cellulose • Hindgut Fermentors – modify the posterior of the digestive tract (aka Caecum/Cecum/appendix) o Ex) Rabbit o Pass material through stomach & intestines to where small & large meet (cecum), dump food into cecum to let bacteria break it down, dump waste into intestines, animals turn around & eat it & send it through again o Caecal pellets re-ingested (coprophagy) § Pass through system a 2dtime to get better digestion of cellulose § Come out of Cecum & enter large intestine, go out rectum, out the anus as partially digested food § Some organisms eat pellets & pass through cecum a 2dtime & comes out completely different • Eat their own pellets § Carnivore • Modify molars to be like scissors to cut meat into smaller pieces • Shorter Intestines • Gall Bladders larger – meat is fatty Animal Reproduction • Asexual Reproduction o No combination of genes o Vegetative (Fragmentation) – generate new organisms from pieces of organism o Budding – grow new organism off parent organism o Pathogenesis – all female population only producing more females § Some in constant, some seasonal (sexually in fall/winter, asexually in warmer weather) • Sexual Reproduction o Recombination of genes – male & female – potential to be better, to create new genes, to fight disease o Species may be: § Monecious – individual w/ both male & female sex organs = hermaphrodites § Diecious – individuals is either male or female – humans o Males need to place spe rm inside of female § Cephalopods – fire harpoon like spear through females body wall • No external parts, impales females ovary, no openings in body wall § Salamanders – spermatophores • Males attract female, walk off, waves tail in air to discharge sperm & femal e lowers hips to pick up § Intromittant organs – physical structure that places sperm in females body • Claspers – sharks – 2 tiny anal fins & 2 longer fins • Gynopodium – some fishes – extension of males anal fin • Hemipenes – lizards & snakes – sharp “fingers” • Penis – mammals, turtles o Modes of Development § Oviparous – lay egg outside body – lizards, snakes, birds § Ovoviviparous – retain egg inside female’s body, no additional female nourishment • Mom doesn’t assist in development • Could hold egg a few days or almost the whole development time § Viviparous – physical connection between mother & offspring • Mom’s tissue + baby’s tissue = placenta • Exchange of materials across placenta – fetus (ammonia & CO2) & mother (nutrients & oxy) o Amniotic Egg – 4 extra-embryonic cell layers around embryo § Yolk sac – for nutrition, stored energy from mom § Allantois – for waste, where metabolic waste is dumped (especially ammonia) § Amnion – surrounds developing embryo, filled w/ fluid/water, acts as shock absorber § Chorion – regulates water & gasses – dumps CO 2 grabs oxy o Male Reproductive System § Reproductive Organ = testes /testis • Produce sperm via meiosis, produce testosterone (keeps testes functional) § Reproductive Structure = penis § Sperm • Head – stores DNA & chromosomes • Acrosome – top of head, contains enzymes that help open membrane surrounding female’s eggs • Body – cellular, full of mitochondria, break down sugars to produce ATP, ATP moves tail • Tail – for locomotion § Scrotum – sac-like structure, holds testes outside body, regulates temp • Max sperm production is at lower temp than body temp • Cold – pull testes to body; hot – relax to keep from overheating § Corpora Cavoranosa – erectile tissue, blood flows in & out through capillaries • Fills with blood = produces erection § Glans – high innervated, excitory organ, head of penis § Epididymis – where sperm goes to mature § During ejaculation sperm leaves via vas deferens (ductus deferens) § Sperm passes through Seminal Vesicle – adds fructose, energy source, where mitochondria gets energy § Sperm passes through Prostate Gland – secretes alkaline fluid, buffers pH of vagina (highly acidic) § Sperm passes through Bulbourethral Gland – secretes thick viscous fluid (protects sperm) § Semen = combined sperm, fluids, & sugars • Enters urethra, flows through penis, exits trough glans § Cancers of Male Reproductive System • Prostate Cancer - #2 cause of death in men. #1 cancer of repro structures • Testicular Cancer – 5000 new cases yearly, 50% death rate • Both painless early on • Mestasize – move to other places – lymph nodes, abdomen, chest, etc § Hormonal Control • Testosterone – generated by testes, steroid hormone o Promotes development of 1 & 2 nddegree sex characters • FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) & LH (Lutenizing Hormone) o Anterior pituitary glands, promote sperm developments o Maintain repro tissue pre & post fertilization o Female Reproductive System § Reproductive Organ = ovary/ovaries • Produce eggs via meiosis; # of eggs produced by female is fixed at birth § Reproductive Structure = vagina § Fimbrae – tiny ‘fingers’ § Infundibulum – opening § Oviducts (Fallopian tubes) – lined w/ cilia – where pregnancy occurs § Uterus – womb – where embryo develops • 2 Parts: o Myometrium – muscular tube, used during birthing o Endometrium – innermost – lines uterus, supports implantation of embryo § Contributes to placenta, egg attaches to endometrium § Cervix – constriction at the end of vagina – between vagina & uterus • Monitored closely at birth – dilates to 10 cm § Vagina – receives penis during intercourse, muscular tube, cont racts to push out baby during birth § Labia Majora & Labia Minora – 2 pair skin folds, entrance to vagina • Reduce problems w/ system, protection § Clitoris – female excitory structure, homologous to glans of penis (made of same tissue) § Hormones: LH, FSH, Progesterone, Estradiol (Estrogen) • FSH & LH – helps gametes mature • Progesterone & Estradiol – cause endometrium to thicken & prepare body for embryo § Menstrual Cycle • Follicular Phase – menstruation slough off endometrium, re -build endometrium • Spike FSH & LH, spike body temp • Ovulation – release mature egg – day 14 • Luteal Phase – release egg & follicle collapses – corpus luteum o Corpus Luteum produces estradiol & progesterone o Target endometrium, promote endometrium development & vascular tissue o If fertilization doesn’t occur § Corpus Luteum lasts approx. 12 days, breaks down § w/o corpus luteum, no estradiol & progesterone, endometrium starts to break down, enter follicular phase o When fertilization occurs § Intercourse = coitus § Orgasm – continued stimulation of glans, clitoris, vagina § Male ejaculation – muscle contractions along epididymis, vas deferens, add sperm, seminal fluids • Ejaculated fluid = sperm + sugars + viscous fluid + alkaline fluid; 150 -350 million sperm § Process: • Sperm enters vagina – sperm (alkaline), vagina (highly acidic) = neutralized • Sperm swim upstream – follow flow of mucous secreted by cervix, some get lose & die • Sperm swim past uterus & up oviducts – some swim up wrong oviduct & die • Cilia in oviducts beat in unison to move egg – create current & some sperm die § Average sperm lasts 36 -72 hours inside female § Not all sperm are equal: • Sperm w/ X chromosome = better at low pH • Sperm w/ Y chromosome = better at high pH § Development/Gestation • Humans – 38 weeks; Elephants – 2 years o Divided into 3 trimesters: 1= 1-3 months, 2nd= 4-6 months, 3 = 7-9 months • Weeks 3-8 = embryonic period – major organ formation • Weeks 9-38 = fetal period – enlargement st • Day 1-2 = 1 cleavage (cell division) w/in 24 hours • Day 4 = ball stage – 16-32 cells in a ball • Day 5 = Blastula stage (hollow ball) – embryonic tissues start to differentiate, start to develop digestive system • Day 6-7 = implantation of endometrium, 4 extra -embryonic membranes start to form, placenta develops • w/in 2 weeks = corpus luteum coming to end of normal function o Embryo secretes HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) – stimulates corpus luteum to continue functioning, target hormone for pregnancy tests o HCG failure = endometrium breaks down, embryo lost (miscarriage) o HCG success = corpus luteum continues hormone production until placenta can take over around week 12 • Day 15 = gastrulation – cell migration & differentiation, reorganize cells, move tissue around o Development of endoderm, mesoderm, & ectoderm • Days 18-23 = organs start to form • Days 24-25 = pharyngeal arches appear – blocks of tissue in neck area o Contributes to face, neck, nasal cavities, larynx, pharynx • Placenta – part mom & part embryo o Supplies Oxygen & nutrients; removes CO &2wastes o At full term the Placenta cover ¼ of uterus • At 4 week – embryo 500x starting size limbs, fingers, & toes are formed • By 8 week – umbilical cord forms, circulatory system forms, head huge -Recognizable as human fetus nd • 2 Trimester o Fetus moves facial muscles, sucking moti ons, moves arms & legs (mom feels) o Lanugo covers body – fine hair, helps regulate body temp • 5 months = hear heart beat w/ stethoscope – hear & see on sonogram • 6 months = eyelids/eyelashes form • 7 months = eyelids open § Survival • 22 weeks (7+ months) = nearly 0 chance • 22-28 weeks = low survival • After 28 weeks = steady increase in probability • 36 weeks = 95% § Problems • Trisomy 21/Down Syndrome – extra #21 chromosome o Symptoms: § Head smaller & abnormally shaped § Decreased muscle tone at birth § Flattened nose § Small ears § Separated sutures in cranium § Upward slanting eyes § Wide, short hands w/ short fingers o Associated Medical Conditions: § Mental Retardation § Heart Disease (including Heart Murmurs) § Eye Problems (i.e. Cataracts) § Gastrointestinal blockages § Hearing problems § Hip dislocation § Sleep apnea § Underactive thyroid (hormones) • Nutrition – poor nutrition, lots of problems including neural tube & brain development problems o Neural tube – spinal & brain development • Infections – 50& chance organ malformations (especially heart & hearing) o Especially German measles (rubella) • Medications – Thalidomide (deformed feet & hands), Streptomycin (ear problems) • Alcohol – Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) o Reduced brain size, mental impairment, small head, facial deformities, slow growth, poor coordination, heart defects o 1 in 750 births affected, no ‘safe’ drinking level • Cocaine – severe nervous system deformities • Tobacco – smaller birth weight, heart abnormalities, mental effects (lower reading scores) o From both primary & secondary smoke Review: • Ultimately control comes from DNA – controls & regulates everything, where information is stored • Division of labor – different chromosomes for different jobs during development o All the control/instructions comes from a single chunk of DNA o Build the stuff that goes in body cavities • Body cavities – mechanical advantage – filled w/ fluid (don’t compress easily) or gas (don’t compress much) o Filling gives muscles something to contract again & makes the muscle contraction more efficient o Acoelomates – not very big, no real delivery system for gasses, simple digestive system, don’t move fast o Pseudocoelomates – mostly parasites § Nematodes – very good at reproduction, efficient o Coelomates – more efficient, lose less organisms to developmental defects § Broken down by blastopores • Protostomes – blastopore becomes mouth o Mollusks – some carry their shell, some have 2 halves to their shell, some shells are attached, some dump the shell & hide it (slugs), Squid & Octopi put shell inside body § Freshwater, marine, terrestrial § Intelligent – Einsteins = squid & octopi o Arthropods “jointed leg” § Legs more flexible - adds to efficiency, use the back & front for different things • Have the opportunity to do so much more , lots of problem solving options § Most diverse phylum – ton of insects • Deuterostomes – blastopore becomes anus o Echinoderms § Strange – gone back to radial symmetry § Sea Stars, Brittle Stars, Sea Biscuits, Sand Dollars, Feather Stars § Largely marine organisms, few freshwater § Closely related to humans in that that are deuterostomes w/ bilateral symmetry o Chordates § Hemichordates, Cephalochordates, Urochordates, Vertebrates § All have the 5 characteristics at some point in life cycle § Cephalochordates – become sexually mature while they still have ju venile characteristics § Vertebrates • Of 5 characteristics: Replace notochord w/ vertebrae; Still have remnants of post-anal tail = tail bone; Still have thyroid gland • Digestion – breaking food into smaller components mechanically or chemically & absorbing the rest o What organs are involved in breaking down o Herbivores – modify front end (foregut fermenters) § Change up stomach – different acid or bacteria in each stomach chamber § Ruminant Stomach – 4 chambers: rumen, reticulum, omassum, abomasum o Hindgut fermenters § Appendix/cecum nd § Dump food out, eat it again to pass it through digestive systetime2 • Reproduction o # Sperm in ejaculation o Alkaline in sperm neutralizes acid in vagina o Pregnancy occurs in oviducts o Implantation o Corpus luteum o Role of embryo in development o Estrogen & progesterone o Information in Menstrual Cycle graph is useful - not labeled, used to find info on test? o Myometrium – muscle component, birthing o Endometrium – big deal, implant embryo, developing tissue to make placenta *If he throws organisms out, know they are similar in some way (1 -2 Odd Man Out) *Won’t do extreme taxonomic questions *Old Tests – same questions, maybe changed fill in to multiple choice – high points; viruses, prokaryote & eukaryotes *Short Answer – new material only, very few


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