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zoology 1604

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zoology 1604 Zool 1604 Animal Biology

Terran Johnson
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Phylum Ctenophora, Cnidaria, Porifera
Animal Biology
Dr. Elisa Cabrera Guzman
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Terran Johnson on Thursday February 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Zool 1604 Animal Biology at Oklahoma State University taught by Dr. Elisa Cabrera Guzman in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see Animal Biology in Animal Science and Zoology at Oklahoma State University.

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Date Created: 02/11/16
Phylum Porifera(pore+to bear)  ● Neither trip nor diplo  ● Virtually in all aquatic habitats and create  habitats for other organisms.  ● Diversity hotspots  ● Absorb and filter water  ● Multicellular­ allows for greater body size.  ● Its body is perforated by many pores for filtering.  ● Radial or Asymmetric  ● Adults­ sessile(attached to some surface)  ● Skeleton that is composed of spicules  *Sponge Classes!  *SPICULE TYPES  *SPONGE CELL TYPES(choanocytes, porocytes,  pinacocytes, archeocytes)  ● Feeding­ intracellular digestion  ● Eats bacteria, plankton and detritus  ● Phago and pino cytosis  ● Kingdom Protista, Phylum Choanoflagellata     ● Body Plans­ Asconoid, Leuconoid, sychonoid  ● Ascon: Porocytes, Class Calcarea, inside lined  with choanocytes, less complex, radial  symmetry  ● Syconoid:  More efficient at filter feeding, folding  of layers to increase SA, belongs to Class  Calcarea, radial symmetry  ● Leuconoid:  flagellated chambers, no  spongocoel, very complex, occurs in all classes,  more choanoderm exposed to surface for filter  feeding, asymmetrical.  ● No respiratory or excretory system;  diffusion,  contractile vacuoles.  No nervous system.  Monoecious(produce eggs and sperm), can also  have asexual reproduction(buds and  gemmules). Some sponges are carnivorous     Friday, February 12, 2016  1:55 PM  Phylum Cnidaria  ● Cnidaria have blind/ incomplete gut  ● Cnidaria (carrying net­ Diplo, radial or biradial, have cnidocytes  that harbor stinging apparatus, have gastrovascular cavity, nerve net  and dimorphic.  ● Incomplete­ food comes in the same way waste goes out  ●   Dimorphic­ polyp or medusa, asexual and sessile polyps, sexual  and motile medusa (dioecious)  ● Feeding­ carnivorious,​ use tentacles to capture prey, initial  extracellular digestion but finishes intracellular.  ● Respiration and Excretion­  Diffusion  ● Osmoregulation­ marine are isotonic, freshwater expel excess water  via cells.  *Cell Types and Arrangements  ● Statocysta­ used for navigating in euqilibriam, Ocelli­ light sensative  ● Alternate generation­ asexual ­­­>  sexual     Class Hydrozoa  ●  ​lternate generations, polyp and medusa,     Class Scyphozoa  ● True jellyfish, medusa stage  ● Aurelia     Class Cubozoa  ● Sea wasps and box jellyfish  ● Biradial  ● Tentacles hang from corners  ● 6 image forming eyes     Class Anthozoa  ● Sea anemones and corals  ● Only polyp stage  ● Free­living  ● Symbiotic relationships      Phylum Ctenophora     ● Ctenophora have complete even though they are diplo  ● Biradial  ● Diplo possibly triplo  ● Gastrovascular cavity  ● Nerve net  ●  Complete gut (anal pores)  ● Colloblasts on tentacles with sticky substances used for catching prey  ● Also have statocysts  ● Comb rows that are covered in cilia   


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