TRMS Life Science Resources Marine Animals (sponges, cnidarians, worms, mollusks, arthropods, echinoderms and chordates) http://www.trms.ga.net/vlibrary/sc_life.html
First Life Primitive metazoa can be grouped in three basic categories spongelike animals,cnidarians, and worms. The sponges, and cnidarians (corals and sea anemones http://www.geocities.com/eurekaproj/evolution/fstlife.html
Extractions: Stromatolites are layered mounds, columns, and sheets found in the rock. They were originally formed by the growth of layer upon layer of cyanobacteria , a single-celled photosynthesizing microbe growing on a sea floor. Cyanobacteria are prokaryotic cells (the simplest form of modern carbon-based life) which lack a DNA-packaging nucleus. This simple organism would be the only life on Earth for the next 2 billion years. Very rarely, stromatolites are still forming today in places such as Shark Bay, Australia. The salinity of the water is very high in this bay, and basically the only life that can survive is cyanobacteria. Under normal ocean conditions, the cyanobacteria would be eaten by marine creatures such as snails. In this special case however, columns and mounds are forming as can be seen in the picture to the left. The first multi-celled animals (metazoa) evolved over 600 million years ago. Primitive metazoa can be grouped in three basic categories: sponge-like animals, cnidarians, and worms. The sponges, and cnidarians (corals and sea anemones), are the most primitive with about 11 specialized cell types. Worms and higher metazoa have approximately 55 specialized cells.
SchoolNotes.com - Notes Page TEST on Chapter 1 sponges, cnidarians, worms planned for Tuesday, February 25 http://schoolnotes.com/32073/gyacavone.html
Mr & Mrs Smith's Life Science: Home Page Living Things. Week 9 Days 3640 sponges, cnidarians, worms, and Mollusks,Week 10 Days 41-45 sponges, worms, Molusks, cnidarians. Week http://hometown.aol.com/KSmith9526/2001WebSite.htm
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Mr And Mrs Smith's Life Science Days 41-45 Mr Mrs Smiths' Life Science. Week 10 Days 4145 Unit 9 sponges, cnidarians,worms. Last Updated 11/23/2002. Day 41. Topic 9-1 What are sponges? http://members.aol.com/KSmith9526/Week10.htm
Mr And Mrs Smith's Life Science TEC Days 41-45 Mr Mrs Smiths' Life Science TEC Week 10 Days 4145 Chapter 10 Animals WithoutBackbones sponges, cnidarians, Flatworms, Roundworms, and Segmented worms. http://members.aol.com/KSmith9526/TECWeek10.htm
LIFE Marine Animals (sponges, cnidarians, worms . mollusks, arthropods, enchinoderms and chordates) http://www.hartcom.net/eaglegrove/life.htm
Chapter 27 BioLinks Chapter 27 sponges, cnidarians, and Unsegmented worms sponges -The title page here, the "Introduction to Porifera " is extremly informative. http://biocrs.biomed.brown.edu/books/Chapters/Ch%2027/Ch27-Biolinks.html
Resource List Blue Book Parade of Life Animals (Prentice Hall 1993) Chapter 1 sponges, cnidarians,worms, and Mollusks 11 The Five Kingdoms 1-2 Introduction to the http://www.heumann.org/u7/unit_7_resources.html
New Page 1 Plants with Seeds. 10. sponges, cnidarians, worms and Mollusks http://www.rmarquis.addr.com/zescamilla/bio7o.htm
Extractions: 7TH GRADE OBJECTIVES I. COURSE Name: Biology Area: English Grade: Level: Secondary II. GENERAL GOAL The student will obtain a general understanding in the following areas of Biology: study of life; cells, tissues, organs and systems; life processes; genetics; evolution. Understand the different theories related with the origin of life and finally the System of Taxonomy in Biology and the Five Kingdoms of Classification. III. CHAPTERS Exploring Life Science The Nature of Life Cells, Tissues and Organ Systems Classification of Living Things Viruses and Monerans Protists Fungi Plants without Seeds Plants with Seeds Sponges, Cnidarians, Worms and Mollusks Arthropods and Echinoderms Fishes and Amphibians Reptiles and Birds Mammals IV. OBJECTIVES AND SECTIONS PER CHAPTER CHAPTER # 1 EXPLORING LIFE SCIENCE 1.1 Science - Not Just for Scientists.
Biology 403 - Spring '96 - Profs. Eernisse & Jones Chaetognatha (Arrow worms) Introduction to Echinodermata Echinodermata LarvalStages Jump to Links for sponges, cnidarians, Bilaterians, Flatworms http://biology.fullerton.edu/courses/biol_403/Web/zoobookmarks.html
Web Links By Group Of Animals - Prof. Eernisse of Burgess Shale Priapulid, Ottoia Introduction to Chaetognatha (Arrow worms) Diagramof Jump to Links for sponges, cnidarians, Bilaterians, Lophotrochozoans http://biology.fullerton.edu/biol461/zoobookmarks.html
Extractions: Jump to Links for Sponges, Cnidarians, Bilaterians, Lophotrochozoans, ... Show More Zoology Links by Topic Find Something Cool? Send a Suggested Link. Porifera (sponges) Porifera Web Page Porifera: Prof. Fankboner's Selected Images or Here Porifera: Image of Sponge Spicules Underwater image of sponge Underwater images of Caribbean sponges or Here Videos of 200m deep hexactinellid sponge reefs off B.C., Canada
Seventh Grade 2nd Six Weeks Science Content outline I. sponges, cnidarians, worms, mollusks. A. The five kingdoms http://www.nashville-schools.davidson.k12.tn.us/core4web2nd/sev2ndsc.html
Extractions: Photo Collection - Fotosammlung Some people have aquariums ... I show you the real thing! Es gibt Leute, die schauen sich die Fische im Aquarium an ... ich zeige Euch wie es im Korallenriff aussieht! This page leads you to about 45 webpages with over 950 underwater photos of marine animals. Most of these animals are specially interesting or I consider them to be rarities. I have also written a text about some of the animals and linked the page to further information. I also included some photos that are not so good quality in this collection, for example to complete a section about a certain family or genus. Overview Underwater photogrphy: Marine Plants Forams Sponges Cnidarians ... Echinoderms - Chordates ( Ascidians ) - Vertebrates ( Fishes Reptiles , Mammals etc.) - Unidentified reef animals Unterwasser Fotografie: Marine Pflanzen Nesseltiere Weichtiere Moostierchen - Chordatiere ( Seescheiden ) - Wirbeltiere ( Fische Reptilien Nicht identifizierte Tiere Click on this symbol to get back to this page about photography.
Extractions: Because of its bright colors, this worm is very popular with divers. Settles in big colonies on hard corals of the species Porites. This species is ultra sensitive to light and pressure changes. When disturbed they are quickly withdrawn into the tube. Welcome Cartilaginous Fishes Bony Fishes Cnidarians ... Reptiles
Paleobiology metazoa) evolved over 600 million years ago and can be grouped into three categoriesspongelike animals, cnidarians, and worms. The sponges, and cnidarians http://www.fossilmuseum.net/Paleobiology/Paleobiology_Topics.htm
Extractions: Archaeocyaths Stromatolites Stromatolites are layered mounds, columns, and sheets found in the rock. They were originally built by the growth of layer upon layer of cyanobacteria, a single-celled photosynthesizing microbe growing on a sea floor. Cyanobacteria are prokaryotic cells (the simplest form of modern carbon-based life) that lack a DNA-containing nucleus. This simple organism was the only life on Earth for some 2 billion years, and dominated life on earth between 1 and 2 billion years ago. Though uncommon, extant stromatolites are found in a few places such as Shark Bay, Australia; the salinity of the water is very high in this bay, such that the only life that can survive is cyanobacteria. The prototypical structures are formed when the bacteria precipitate or trap and bind layers of sediment to make accretionary formations that present in different forms, including domes, cones and complex branching configurations. Structures sizes are highly variable from twig size to Mack truck size. Especially when polished, stromatolite can be most beautiful. Yet, interesting