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BIO 1144 Sec 03 Test 1 Study Guide

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Biology II Test 1 Study 1. 2 Embryonic Protosomes and deuterostomes 14.Bacteria -proteobacteria "true bacteria" Development -cyanobacteria "blue greens" Mechanisms -photosynthetic 2. 4 Critical Innovationsof -Notochord 15.Bilateral -distinct head and tail ChordataBody Design -Dorsal Hollow Nerve Cord Symmetry -only one line or cut produces equal -Pharyngeal Slits images -Postanal Tail 16.Bilateral -triploblastic (endoderm, ectoderm, 3. 4 Morph. and -body symmetry Symmetry mesoderm) Development Features -number of tissue layers Animals -presence/absence of a "true" 17. Binomial System -2-worded scientific name body cavity ofNomenclature -first word is a noun, second is an -patterns of embryonic adjective development 18.Body Cavity may not be a great character splitting 4. 5 Kingdom Concept Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, group Animalia 19.Body Cavity -bilateral only animals 5. Acoelomate -"without coelom" -non-existent in phylumporifera -nocavity;not surrounded by Md tissue 20.Body Symmetry -relative proportions the body has -the shape of the animal -flatworms 21.Bryophytes -PhylumHepatophyta (liverworts) 6500 6. Algae -"plant-like" (mostly) -autotrophic - "self-feeding" species -unicellular > multicelluar -PhylumAnthocerophyta (hornworts) 100 species 7. All Monera -difficult todetermine -PhylumBryophyta (mosses) 12,000 evolutionary relationships species 8. Amniotic Egg not laid in water, therefore they're 22.Bryophytes -reproduce spores (noseed) not reproductively tied towater -non vascular 9. Angiosperms -"enclosed seeds" -smallest plants 1 1/2 M -advanced and complex vascular -require external water for reproduction tissues 23.CarolusLinnaeus -1753 -seed:embryo, stored food, -dealt with plants protective coverings -looked at plants and animals and named -better "survival value" thembased on shape, color, size, roots, -flowers - attract pollinators etc. -fruits - enclose/protect seed and 24.ClassAmphibia -"living a double life" assist with seed dispersal -300,000+species -1st terrestrial -doesnt require external H2O for -most split life between aquatic stage and terrestrial stage reproduction -most lay eggs in water 10.Angiosperms -PhylumAnthophyta -tetrapod - 4 limbs (flowering/fruiting plant) 300,000 -frogs, salamanders, toads species -around 4,000 species 11.Archaea -"almost" nucleus -thin, moist skin -similar cytoplasmtoeuks -tiny lungs -specialized membranes 25.ClassAves -birds -can live in areas others can't -over 9,000 species (lava, ice, etc.) -most fly 12.Autonomy breaking off of body parts -evolved fromsmall dinosaurs -fossils 13.Autotrophic "self-feeding" -feathers -lightweight skeleton -air sacs (and lungs) 26. 32. ClassAves -birds have the highest food ClassReptilia -turtles, crocodilians, lizards, snakes, requirement dinosaurs -higher body temperature -over 8,000 species -organ reduction -thicker skin and scales -modified forelimbs - wings -enhanced kidneys -endothermic - high temperature -larger brain -ectothermic -larger limbs and muscles -oviparous -can live completely away fromwater -amniotic egg 27.Class -jawless fishes 33. Cephalospidomorphi -lampreys Conducting xylemand phloem -lack jaws Tissues -lack appendages 34.Corona -mostly fresh water -slime -simple brain -40 species -20,000 species -marine and fresh water -pseudocoelom -some parasitic/some filter feeders -alimentary canal - digestive tube (mouth to -notochord intoadulthood anus) -cartilaginous vertebral column -triploblastic 28.ClassChondrichthyes -"cartilaginous fishes" -protostomes -jaws -reproduction 1 asexual and sexual -paired appendages (parthenogenesis) -notochord intoadulthood 35.Dentary the largest single bone in the lower jaw -cartilaginous vert.column 36.Deuterostomes -happens second -over 850 species -sharks, snakes, rays -second opening becomes anus, the first is 29. the mouth ClassMammalia -75,000 -commonly called mammals 37.Diphyodont -condition of having twosets of teeth in a life Dentition time -reptilian ancestor (before birds) -most complex;advanced group of -baby teeth, then adult teeth animals 38.Dorsal Hollow -mass of nervous cord -size range:1.5g to100,000kg Nerve Cord -expanded/supported/protected by -endothermic vertebral column and/or notochord -mammary gland -earlier groups of animals had nerve cords -teeth 39.Endoskeleton vertebrates, echinoderms -increase in skull size 40.Eucoelomate -"true coelom" 30.ClassMyxini -hagfishes -advanced metazoa -marine -30 species -earthworm -jawless 41.Eukaryotic Cell Protista, Fungi, Plantae, Animalia -nearly blind 42.Eukaryotic -nucleus -slime Cells -membrane bounded structure -weak skeleton -weakly developed vertebrate 43.Eumetazoa -1 or more tissue layers of organs 44.Eumetazoa -radial symmetry 31.ClassOsteichthyes -"bony fishes" -almost all have a true complete bony -bilateral symmetry skeleton 45.Exoskeleton most vertebrates -over 24,000 species 46.Fungal-like -"fungi-like" -bony skeleton and vertebrate Protista -saprotrophic - "absorb feeding" -some with notochord and cart.vert. -multicellular intoadulthood -most are microscopic -jaws -paired appendages -very successful group in fresh H2O and marine 47. 55. Gymnosperms -PhylumCycadophyta (cycods) 300 species Kingdom -2 Domains:Archaea and Bacteria -PhylumGinkgophyta (ginkgo) 1 species Monera -Prokaryotic Cells -PhylumGnetophyta (gnetophytes) 300 -Lack nucleus species -Lack membrane bound structures -PhylumConiferophyta (cone-bearing -Lack sexual reproduction trees) 500 species -Most abundant! -fossils - 3.5 billion years 48.Gymnosperms -cone-bearing trees -oldest living organism -species:reproductive -biggest organism 56.Kingdom -300,000+ species -tallest organism Plantaea -multicellular and eukaryotic -vascular tissues -xylemand phloem -autotrophic -"naked seeds" -mostly terrestrial -does not require external H2O for -food storage compound is starch reproduction -photosynthetic pigments 49.Heterodont -the condition of having different kinds or -cell wall Dentition types of teeth 57.Kingdom -earliest euks -incisors, canines, premolars, molars Protista -most environments -microscopic 50.Heterotrophic "ingest feeding" -DNA - many separate groups 51.Humans -nofunctional notochord -notochord is replaced with series of bony 58.Metazoans -parazoa -eumetazoa elements -large brain capacity 59.Mitochondrial access togenetic labels -nerve cord DNA -postanal tail:coccyx 60. Notochord phylumchordata -pharyngeal slits - 1 retained as eustachian tubes pair 61.Notochord -skeletal support (dorsal axis) -replaced by jointed backbone (vertebral 52.Invertebrates -fossils at 1.2 billion years column) -"without backbone" -remnants of notochord in discs between -95%of animal species vertebrae 53.Kingdom 1.5-3 million species 62.Order Primates -order that humans are placed in Animalia -single ancestor -grasping digits on all four limbs -35 animal phylum(s) -flat face -more similarity within animal genomes -flat nails than other kingdoms -binocular vision -multicellular, lack cell walls, sexual -complex learning behaviors reproduction -enhanced sense of touch -nervous tissues -enhanced parental investment of -proteins binding cells offspring -cell junctions:anchoring, gap, tight -increase in ratioof brain tobody size 54.Kingdom Fungi -largest organism 63.Oviparous -egg laying (fishes, amphibians, reptiles, -body is in soil or other material birds, mammals) -"conspicuous" portions -condition of egg laying outside the body -"recyclers" 64. -saprotrophic Ovoviviparous -live-bearing condition with retention of -the body > mycelium the eggs, but there's nomaternal -"fruiting bodies" and spores connection -fishes, reptiles -rhizomorphs and cell walls 65. Parazoa -phylumporifera -noorgans or tissues 66.Parthenogenesis egg develops without fertilization of the sperm 67.Pharyngeal Slits -pharynx:back of the mouth cav. -H2O enters mouth and out the slits (gills) 68. 77. Phloem conduct food Phylum -flatworms, flukes, tapeworms Platyhelminthes -many parasites 69.Phylum Annelida -segmented/ringed worms -15,000 species -20,000 species -triploblastic -segmentation -protostomes:simple organs, enhanced -eucoelomate -protostomes nerve net, 1 opening and gastrovascular activity, reproduction - asexual and -enhanced dig.system sexual (hermaph.) -enhanced nervous system -complete digestive system 78.Phylum Porifera -sponges -reproduction - asexual and sexual -lack tissues hermaphroditism -multicellular -different cell types with different 70.Phylum - insects, spiders, crustaceans Arthropoda -1.75-2 million species functions ->8,000 species (mostly marine) -segmented appendages -"pore" - filter H2O/food -exoskeleton -harden cuticle -reproduction - hermaphroditism -some sexual/some asexual -ecdysis -protostomes 79.Phylum Rotifera -swimin circles -enhanced brain and nervous system -corona -complex digestive system 80.Pinna flap of cartilage and loose connective -eucoelomate tissue tofunnel sound waves intothe 71. Phylum Chordata -deuterostomes outer ear -endoskeleton 81.Prokaryotic Cell Monera -few invertebrates, some vertebrates 82.Prokaryotic Cells -lack nucleus 72.Phylum Cnidaria -jellyfishes, corals, sea anemones -lack membrane bounded structures -9,000 species 83.Protosomes -happens first 73.Phylum -comb jellies -first opening becomes the mouth called Ctenophora -100 species the blastopore (the mouth) 74.Phylum -sea stars, sea urchins 84.Protostome split into2 (lines) flares (molecular) Echinodermata -deuterostomes 85. -7,500 species Protozoans -"animal-like" -heterotrophic -"ingest feeding" -nobrain, simple nervous system -reproduction - sexual -unicellular > multicellular -autonomy 86.Pseudocoelomate -"false coelom" -endoskeleton -body cavity is present, but not completely lined with 75.Phylum Mollusca -snails, slugs, oysters, squids, octopus -protostomes mesoderm/mesodermderived tissue -106,000 species -roundworm -eucoelomate 87.Pteriodophytes -extensive fossil records -3 "part" body -small 10 M 76.Phylum -roundworm -reproduce by spores Nematode -20,000 species vascular tissues (conducting) -"true" roots, stems, leaves -pseudocoelomate -cuticle - ecdysis (shedding) -require external water for reproduction -reproduction - mostly sexual 88.Pteriodophytes -PhylumLycopodiophyta (lycophytes) -complete digestive tract 1000 species -protostomes -PhylumPteriodophyta (ferns and allies) 12,000 species 89.Radial Symmetry simpler eumetazoa 90. Radial Symmetry -diploblastic (2 embryonic germ/tissue Animals layers:endodermand ectoderm) 91. Reproductive Modes oviparous, ovoviviparous, viviparous 92. Rhizomorphs Water transporting filaments 93. Ribosomal RNA breakdown of DNA sequence 94. Saprotrophic "absorb feeding" 95. Subphylum Cephalochordata -lancelets -25 species -marine -burrow intothe off shore -invertebrates -filter feeders 96. Subphylum Urochordata -tunicates -3,000 species -marine -invertebrates -filter feeders 97. Subphylum Vertebrata -"backboned" -vertebral column -endoskeleton -cranium -neural crest 98. Taxon Hierachy -KingdomAnimalia -PhylumChordata -Class Mammalia -Order Carnivora -Family Canidae -Genus Canis 99. Taxonomy The study of classifying and grouping organisms 100. Thecodont Dentition -condition where long rooted teeth are embedded in sockets of jaw bone -crocodiles 101. Tissue Layers -germlayers -aggregation of functionally similar cells intoa larger unit 102. Viviparous _"live-bearing" with retention eggs and a maternal connection (placenta) -reptiles, mammals 103. Xylem conduct H2O and minerals


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