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Bio 110 Week 11 Notes

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Bio 110 Week 11 Notes BIOL 110 001

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The topic for this week of notes is about Chapter 9 Invertebrate Diversity. P.S. Sorry for the late upload my Wifi has not been working well and I could not upload my notes until today.
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Date Created: 11/03/15
Bio 110 Week 11 Notes Chapter 9 Invertebrate Diversity 0 An animal lacking a backbone such as an arthropod mollusk etc 0 Earth History 0 The Earth was 4 billion years when animals appeared I Questions 0 Why did it take 4 billion years for animals to evolve I The Proterozoic Eon Emergence of multicellular life 0 Earliest animals approximately 600 MYA I What does it take to go from single celled organisms to complex multicellular organisms The Cambrian Explosion 552 499 million years ago I What are the hypothesis explaining the rapid diversification of animal life in the Cambrian O Hypothesis 1 Rise in Oxygen 39 vl r FEI i a is v an Fil animals if 25 l E 39 l E El A a 7 7 H 7 C 7 T 7 gt T C 7 7 H 7 h T A 39 7 7 T T 7 T 7777 A 7 T g 7 7 gt 7 C 7 5quot ya 7 7 1DIII EIIIIIII 33933 39r iIIEI EDD 5433 IiIIIIII EILHII flIJIII O Hypothesis 2 Evolution of Hox genes I Any of a class of genes that determines the basic structure and orientation of an organism O Hypothesis 3 Rise of the predators 0 What were the ancestors of modern animals I Phanerozoic Eon 542 Million years ago to present I Choano agellate O A group of free living unicellular and colonial agellate eukaryotes considered to be the closet living relatives of animals Rapid diversification of animals beginning 550 million years ago 0 Unique animals from the Cambrian 540 MYA Modern animals groups evolve during the Cambrian 0 Representative animals of the first chordates and arthropods from 500 MYA 0 How does this early chordate evolve into modern mammals including humans I Devonian Animals evolved to live on land 0 First land animals were arthropods Centipede like ancestors 1 a 0 What are the defining features of animals I Unique characters of animals 0 Ectoderm nervous tissues skin 0 Mesoderm muscles bones 0 Endoderm lings digestive tract 0 Germ Layers Tissue layers 0 Symmetry 0 Radial symmetry symmetry around a central aXis as in a starfish of a tulip ower 0 Bilateral symmetry the property of being divisible into symmetrical halves on either side of a unique plane 0 Muscles 0 Nervous system 0 Heterotrophs that feed by ingestion 0 What is the modern diversity of animals I Modern invertebrate Diversity 0 About million species of animals I The Classification of Life 0 Domain 0 Kingdom 0 Phylum 0 Phylum Cnidaria Radial Symmetry I Cnidarians primitive animals with radial symmetry 0 Symbiont living inside a symbiont I Either of two organisms that live within one another 0 Class O Anthozoa Corals and anemones I Cnidarians Important for coral reefs and diversity I Threatened by climate change 0 Scyphozoan Jellyfish I They have been on Earth for possibly 700 million years I The longest animal on Earth is the Lions Mane Jelly I Cubozoa BOX Jellies 0 The box jellies or sea wasp are some of the most dangerous animals on the planet 0 Cubozoans have complex eyes Jellyfish populations have dramatically increased in recent decades 0 Cephalopods I Eyes are similar to vertebrates an animal of a large group distinguished by the possession of a backbone or spinal column including mammals birds reptiles amphibians and fishes 4 0 Order 0 Family 0 Genus 0 Species I Mollusks 0 Gastropods Snails O Threatened by climate change 0 Not all snails have shells I Example Elysia chlorotica photosynthetic 0 Bivalves 0 An aquatic mollusk that has a compressed body enclosed within a hinged shell such as oysters clams mussels and scallops To a First Approximation All Animals are Arthropods 0 Defining Characteristics of arthropods 0 Hard Exoskeleton O Jointed Limbs 0 Have compound eyes 0 Why can t arthropods grow to be very large 0 Giant Sea Scorpion about 400 million years old I About 25 meters long from head to tail 0 Japanese Spider Crab a I The Largest extant arthropod quot Subphylum Myriapoda Centipedes and Millipedes 0 Ancient Centipede 0 Arthropleura 8ft long I 300 Million Years Ago 0 Centipede Evolution Subphylum Chelicerata Spiders Scorpions Horseshoe crabs 0 Characteristics 0 Chelicerae I Either of a pair of appendages in front of the mouth in arachnids and some other arthropods usually modified as pincer like claws 0 Head and ThoraX Fused I The middle section of the body of an insect between the head and the abdomen bearing the legs and wings I Horseshoe Crabs 0 450 million years old 0 The eggs are an important food source for migrating shore birds 0 Their own community Arachnida Spiders Scorpions and Allies 0 Order 0 Scorpions I Wind Scorpion O Aranae Spiders i I Spinnerets V J 739 0 Any of a number of different organs through which the silk gossamer or thread of spiders silkworms and certain other insects is produced 0 In the production of man made fibers a cap or plate with a number of small holes through which a fiber forming solution is forced Arthropods Subphylum Crustacea 0 Class O Malacostraca Shrimp and Crabs O Lobster 0 Cirripedia Bamacles Subphylum Hexapoda Insect 0 Order Odonata Dragon ies and Damsel ies O Anisoptera Dragon ies I Tagmatization Abdome I They have a 90 rate of getting their Prey I Their legs are not made for walking but are more made to hunt prey O Zygoptera Damsel ies I A slender insect related to the dragon ies having weak ight and typically resting with the wings folded back along the body 0 Ephemeroptera May ies I Larvae are aquatic 0 Other insects with aquatic larvae and terrestrial adults 0 Stone y I A slender insect with transparent membranous wings the larvae of which live in clean running water 0 Caddis y I A small moth like insect with an aquatic larva that typically builds a protective portable case of sticks stones and other particles I Adult May y 0 Live a day 0 Mate and Dies O Orthoptera Grasshoppers Crickets Mantodea Mantis O Roaches I Very misunderstood O 0 Not all will live after an atomic bomb like we were lead to believe I They do not pass on germs to humans instead it is humans that pass germs to them 0 Hemiptera true bugs I Assassin bug I Cicadas 0 They can live underground for a long time compare to other bugs I Fulgoridea I Leafhoppers I Aphids Lepidoptera Butter ies and Moths Coleoptera Beetles O Diptera ies I Including mosquitoes OO 0 The most dangerous animal on the planet 0 Hymenoptera Parasitoids I Ovipositor Egg laying I Social Organisms Cretaceous 144 65 MYA First owering plants 115 MYA 0 Major milestone in evolution of diversity Echinoderms derms means skin 0 Class O Asteroidea Sea Stars I Primitive Eyes 0 Echinoidea Sand Dollars and Sea Urchins O Holothuroidea Sea Cucumbers O Crinoidea Sea Lilies 39 Modern Crinoid I Crinoid Fossils End of Week 11 notes 0 Important There will be a test next Friday 1 1 13 0 Also Week 12 Notes will hopefully be upload by this Friday or Saturday at the latest Thank you for using Studysoup


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