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These notes were just from the first two lectures. Professor Bonner didn't give too many things to write down, because he talked mostly about job opportunities and the syllabus for the first two classes.
These notes cover the scientific method, basics of evolution, homologous and analogous structures, natural selection, and some phylogenetic models
These notes cover lecture material for week 3 and the beginning of week 4.
This study guide covers questions given for each exercise along with diagrams and anything I believe might be useful for the exam!
Cladograms and evolutionary relationships from Protozoans to Scaropterygii
What is a cladogram?
What is Metazoa?
Talks about the morphological traits which separate the phyla
A comprehensive study guide of important terms and concepts. Some information on this study guide will be filled in at a later date, as there is one lecture left before the exam. This will give you 99% of the information you will need to ace the first exam
These notes begin to cover porifera as a phylum.
This includes characteristics and form and function.
These notes cover the polyphyletic group Protozoa as well as introduce the Opithokonts. A brief mention of Porifera at the end of the lecture which will be more in depth on week 6 lectures.
These notes cover any modification to the cladogram.
These notes cover Classification, form and function and additional information of several phyla: Porifera, Cnidaria, Ctenaphora, and the Acoelomates
Form and function of Platyhelminthes. Classification of Platyhelminths: Turbellaria, Trematoda, Monogenea, and Cestoidea. Brief discussion of Rotifera. Introduction to Mollusca and its characteristics.
These notes cover Mollusca and Annelida. Characteristics, form and function, as well as notable characteristics are present for each phyla. Important classes are noted as well.
Covers everything that will be on this second exam
These notes finish Protostomia, phylum Ecdysozoa complete with all classes. Brief introduction to deuterostomia.
Echinodermata and start to Chordates
covers vocabulary, common names, and important characteristics, and some potential essay questions