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How-to-do-it Teaching the Major Invertebrate Phyla in One ...

The american biology Teacher Teaching inVerTebraTe Phyla 281 AbstrAct This one-session laboratory exercise teaches all the major invertebrate phyla in

Introduction to Episodes

Each body plan representsa phylum ( pl. phyla) which can be defined as a group of organisms sharing a common ancestry and a unique assemblage of traits.

2 + 6 + 4 = 12 Phyla in the Protist Kingdom

©Maggie's Earth Adventures, LLC 2001 The Protist Kingdom… The Step Between This kingdom is the "stepping stone" between the one-celled bacteria of the first two kingdoms and the next three kingdoms - the fungi, plant, and animal kingdoms. 2 + 6 + 4 = 12 Phyla in the Protist Kingdom The ...

Activity #1 - Using a Dichotomous Key for Invertebrate Phyla

Objective: Students will use a key to determine the phyla of invertebrates. Materials: ·keys ·pictures of invertebrate organisms ·definition of terminology Procedures: 1.

PSEUDOCOELOMATES: PHYLUM NEMATODA, PHYLUM ROTIFERA, AND SEVEN ...

Other pseudocoelomate phyla: PHYLUM NEMATOMORPHA "Horsehair worms": similar to nematodes, but with a larval form more similar to Priapulida. Most are endoparasites of insects as juveniles.

Bio 103 Lecture - Major Phyla of the Ani

1 Evolution of Animal Diversity Bio 103 Lecture Dr. Largen 2 What Am I? Of some 1.5 million species of organisms known to science - over two-thirds are animals Humans have a long history of studying animal diversity-But do we always know what an animal is when we see one? 3 What is an ...

The Three Phyla of Fungi

The Three Phyla of Fungi There are three phyla but actually four groups of fungi: phylum Zygomycota, the zygomycetes; phylum Ascomy-cota, the ascomycetes; phylum Basidiomycota, the basidiomycetes, and the imperfect fungi (figure 36.7 and table 36.1).

Introduction to the Invertebrates

There are 5 particularly important invertebrate phyla (and another 23 or so less important phyla). The major invertebrate groups are classified as: ·Phylum Cnidaria: sea anemones, corals, and jellyfish ·Phylum Annelida: segmented worms ·Phylum Mollusca: clams, snails, and squids ·Phylum Arthropoda: ...

Defining phyla: evolutionary pathways to metazoan body plans

EVOLUTION & DEVELOPMENT 3:6, 432-442 (2001) Defining phyla: evolutionary pathways to metazoan body plans Allen G. Collins^ and James W. Valentine* Museum of Paleontology and Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA 'Author for correspondence (email ...

The Plant Kingdom

• Because of their development from embryos, plants are sometimes referred to as embryophytes. • This textbook defines the kingdom Plan tae as comprising only the embryophytes. (See Figure 29.1. ) There are ten surviving phyla of plants • The surviving members of the kingdom Plantae fall naturally ...