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September 23 and 25th

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September 23 and 25th Geography 202

Ryan Neubauer
Evolution of the Earth
James Day

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Evolution of the Earth
James Day
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Date Created: 09/28/15
ConUnue A Kingdom Protista 1 Includes all singlecelled eucarya includes that are either autotrophic Phytoplankton or heterotrophic zooplankton 2 Most or all fossil protists known are part of the plankton that live in the upper Photic zone of the global Ocean a Pelagic i Plankton ii Nekton b Benthic 3 Important Phytoplankton photosynthetic Groups with fossil records a Dino agellates i Red tide ii Oldest fossils b Diatoms i Use silica ii Mined for many things iii Diatomaceous earth c Coccolithophores i Calcium Carbonates ii Chalk B Diatoms 1 Diatoms are part of the phytoplankton that secrete a shell of two frustules made of silica that t together like of a pillbox C Coccolithophores 1 Secrete calcareous coccoliths that form skeleton part of phytoplankton Living marine planktic foraminifer protistan Globbigerina Radolarians 1 Related to forminifers but differ by secreting silica skeletons important part of marine zooplankton from the CambrianHolocene 2 Date back to the Cambrian F Plants 1 Nonvascular plants a Green algae b Spore Plants i Mosses and Their relatives H Ferns iii Ancestral vascular plants 2 Vascular plants a Early seed plants i Gymnosperms T39U ii Angiosperms G Ulva 1 A eshy green alga common to the temperate waters of the paci c 2 Member of the division chlorphyta H Psilotum 1 a primitive vascular plant that uses spores for dispersal and reproduction l Flowering plants 1 Palm trees and shrubby species in tropics are vascular owering seed plants angiosperms that use pollin and produce seeds from owers from reproduction Kingdom AnimaliaMetazoa A Organization of cells 1 Single Multicellular a Phylum i PorWera 2 Tissue Grade a Cells organized into tissues 3 Symmetry a Radial b Bilateral c Asymmetry 4 Coelomates a Acoelomate i No organ system Kingdom AnimaliaMetazoa 21bya 1 Porifera a Sponges and relatives 2 Archaeocyathaextinct a Sponge group from Cambrian 3 Cnidaria a Jelly shes anenomes corals 4 Mollusca a Clams snails squids 5 BryozoaEctoprocta a Moss animals 6 Brachiopoda a Lamp shells 7 Lobopoda a Anomalocarids and oncyphorans 8 Arthropoda a Crustaceans scorpions 9 Echinodermata 10 Hermichordermata 11 Hemichordata 12 Chordata C Animals with tissue and Organ D 1 Display Radial and Bilateral symmetry PoriferansSponges 1 Limited number of functional cell types makes up sponge animals Choanoytes are agellate cells that move water and capture food particles 2 Filter sea water pumped through their bodies 3 Attached to sea oor 4 They secrete internal made of mineralized spicules mineralized tissue or sponging 5 PhylumArchaeocyatha a Exclusively Cambrian 6 Phylum Cnidarian a Cnidarians include the jelly sh anenomes corals and sea pens They all have specialized cells b Pelagic i Medusa c Benthic i Polyps d Differ from all other animals by producing stinging cells I


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