Suppressor Excavate Genus – Euglena Transoms 2. Super group Chromatically a. Creature b. Plasmid c. Paramecium d. Laminar 3. Super group Archiepiscopal a. Red Algae ” Polyphonic” b. Green Algae “Chlamydeous, Hydration, Spirogyra, Volvo” 4. Instant a. Amoeba b. Some other small creatures that have flagella Pro – No membrane, No History, They have a cell wall, unicellular Super groups in Eukaryote domain: Monopolistic – includes all the descendants as well as the common ancestor
Paralytic – Grouping not based on evolution, but some superficial trait. Protests are under this category Photosynthetic atrophy – fixed solar energy Heterodoxy – Digestion to get energy Mix trophy – Both traits 02/05 Domain Eukaryote “Super group Instant” Kingdom Fungi 1 .
Phylum Compactly a. Rhizomes b. Bibulous 2. Somatic “Sac fungi” a. Northerlies b. Coarseness 3. Phylum Basically “Club fungi” a. Mushroom, Shelf Fungi, Puffballs 4. Phylum Terracotta a. Imperfect fungi b. Espadrilles c. Penicillin’s Fungi are heterocyclic, they feed off other things:
Saprophytic = Get energy from dead material. Parasitic = get energy trot living organisms (+,-) Symbiotic = The organisms benefit from each other (+,+) Myocardial: Fungus and Plant roots – Fungus obtain energy from the plants.
Plants need fungus in the soil to absorb nutrients. The fungus helps the roots grow. For the Fungus, The majority of the biomass is underground. Micelle: Collectively all Hyper. Hyper: Single strand of underground biomass of the fungus. Fermentation: Respiration without 02 02/12 “Suppressor Instant” Kingdom Animal 1 .
Phylum Purifier – Sponging 2. Phylum Cnidarians – Radiate animals -Class Hydroxyl- Genus: Hydra, Physical -Class Psychopath -Genus: Auricular -Class Anthony- Genus: Fungi, Georgian, Medium 3. Phylum Plainclothes -Class Attributable – Genus Disguise (Flat Worm) – Class Dramatic- Genus: Collisions (Parasite) -Class Custodies – Tania (Tapeworm) Asymmetry: No real Symmetry Radial: Can cut the specimen into multiple identical halves Bilateral Symmetry: Linear two sided body plan, but by only one longitude plane A.
Phylum Purifier (Sponges): Sponges are members of the Phylum Purifier, they are aquatic animals with amplified structure that lack some characteristics, such as motility, body symmetry, and the presence of a digestive tract, which typify many animal species. Adult sponges are sessile (Attached to substrate and immobile) and many are asymmetrical (have no predetermined body architecture). They have several highly specialized cell types, but these cells are not organized or arranged into tissues, nor do sponges possess any organs.
Speckles may be composed of either calcium carbonate, silica dioxide, or protein sponging. Sponges are primarily filter-feeders; they filter water ND trap bacteria, algae, and small food particles suspended in the water. Digestion is intracellular, and occurs within cells inside small food vacuoles. Sponges reproduce both asexually and sexually B. Phylum Cnidarians (Radiate Animals): Cnidarians are aquatic animals that are encephalitic (Lack a true head), display radial body symmetry, and have specialized cells that are grouped together and organized into tissue layers.
Only nervous tissue is well defined in cnidarians. Radial animals have an oral (mouth) surface and an opposite (non-mouth) aboard surface UT no dorsal or ventral surfaces, no anterior or posterior ends, nor left and right sides. Most radial animals are carnivorous and have tentacles for capturing prey that project around their tentacles and mouth up are termed polyps; pelagic species that float or swim in open water project their tentacles and mouth down are termed medusas.
Cnidarians possess stinging cells, termed syndicates, which enable them to sting and immobile their prey. Each candidate contains a reusable stinging capsule termed a nematocyst. The Astrological cavity, which serves digestive, expiratory and circulatory functions and represents the first phylogeny appearance of an animal digestive tract. This C.V. is a sac-like cavity that has only a single opening, the mouth. The phylum Cnidarians contains approximately 11,000 species, the vast majority of which inhabit marine waters. Class Haywood (Freshwater and marine species with may be solitary or colonial. 2. ) Class sycophancy (marine Jellyfish; medusa is the dominant body form. 3. ) Class Anthony (corals and sea anemones; marine polyps with no medusa; body parts arranged in multiples of six or eight; syndicates are both internal and external). C. Phylum Plainclothes (flatworms) Flatworms represent the first phylogeny appearance of bilateral symmetry among animals.
Bilateral symmetry is a two-sided body architecture that is adaptive for animals that are motile and capitalized (possess a true head) and typically move head first. Bilateral animals have dorsal ( top or back) and ventral (bottom or front) surfaces, right and left sides, and anterior (head) and posterior (tail) ends. Flatworms have highly specialized cells that are layered and arranged into tissues. Tissues are highly organized and form organs. The reproductive system is typically will developed and much of the energy they obtain is channeled into reproduction.
They phylum Plainclothes contains some free-living species, but more than 85% of the 15,000 species of flatworms are parasitic. 1 Class Attributable – free living planarians; some terrestrial, some marine species. 2. ) Class Dermatome – parasitic flukes most have larvae that develop in invertebrates and adults that parasitism vertebrate hosts. 3. ) Class Coasted – Parasitic tapeworms; all lack a digestive tract and feed via absorption of nutrients from the bloodstream or gut of their host.
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