Science 7 Feb. 24 In Service NO CLASSES. 25A Finish up worms labs. sponges/cnidarians/wormsQuiz. 26E. 27A. First Animal Report DUE. 28E. MARCH 3A Library Research. http://www.zis.ch/learningzone/SciHomeroom/science7animals.html
Sponges, Cnidarians, Flatworms, Roundworms chordates, cnidarians, echinoderms, flatworms, mollusks, roundworms, sponges. complexthan the nerve net of cnidarians. a human disease caused by filaria worms. http://faculty.clintoncc.suny.edu/faculty/Michael.Gregory/files/Bio 102/Bio 102
Extractions: Chapter 30 - Introduction to Animals Sponges, Cnidarians, Flatworms, Roundworms Except for sponges, animal cells are arranged into tissues . Tissues are necessary to produce organs and organ systems Tissues, organs, and organ systems enabled the evolution of large, multicellular bodies. A skeleton supports the tissues of large animals. The cells are held together by protein structures called junctions that extend from one cell to another. An abundance of extracellular proteins also support the cells. During embryonic development , cells become specialized and tissues form. The growth of tissues, organs, and organ systems therefore requires a period of embryonic development. Heterotrophs consume their organic food. Except for sponges, they ingest food and digest it in a central cavity. Heterotrophy often requires motility to capture prey. Animals have motility during at least some part of their life cycle Muscle tissue allows animals to move.
Kimball and cnidarians. The Five Kingdoms; sponges; cnidarians (have stingingcells); worms; Mollusks (soft bodies with inner or outer shells); http://www.warrennet.org/oxford/kimball.html
Extractions: 5th Grade Science Unit One: What is Science Intro to the Scientific Method Commonly used metric terms ... Deep East Exploration Unit Two: Measurement and the Sciences Commonly used metric terms The Metric System ... Table of Elements Game Unit Three: Tools and the Sciences Scanning Electron Microscope Microscopic Images ... Alvin U Unit Four: Sponges, Worms, Mollusks and Cnidarians Sponges ... Art and Essay Contest U Unit Five: Echinoderms and Arthropods Echinoderms Enchanted Learning Echinoderms Arthropods Enchanted Learning Arthropods ... Crossword Puzzle Maker U
Sginvert Chapter 1 Study Guide (sponges, cnidarians, worms and Mollusks). Vocabulary.autotroph organism that can make its own food. heterotroph http://www.warrennet.org/oxford/sg4.html
Extractions: Chapter 1 Study Guide (Sponges, Cnidarians, Worms and Mollusks) Vocabulary autotroph: organism that can make its own food heterotroph: organism that cannot make its own food vertebrate: organism that has a backbone invertebrate: organism that does not have a backbone phylum; next largest group of organisms (after kingdom) sexual reproduction: female and male cells joining asexual reproduction: single organism produces a new organism nematocysts: stinging structure on tentacles regeneration: ability to regrow parasite: grow on or in other organism spicules: thin spiny structures that form skeletons of many sponges setea: help earthworms move coral: polyps that grow together in colonies kingdoms: there are 5 Phylums: next largest group after a kingdom Molluska: cephalopods: clams, octopus, squid, nautilus; soft bodied invertebrates with inner or outer shells Porifera: sponges, simplest invertebrate Nematoda: roundworms Annelida: earthworms (have a segmented body) aerate soil enrich soil with waste have closed circulatory system need moisture to get oxygen and get rid of carbon dioxide (breathe through skin) Cnidaria: hydra, sea anemone, coral (have stinging cells)
Chapter 10 Sponges, Cnidarians, And Worms RETURN TO THE CHAPTER LIST. Pages 308334. Pages 310-314. 1. A structure in the bodythat is composed of different kinds of tissue. prey omnivore organ vertebrate. http://www.baldwin.k12.mi.us/Yates/Mac/sci 6 vocab/Chapter 10 Sponges, Cnidarian
Introduction To Animal Notes B1 Do not have an backbone. Includes sponges, cnidarians, flatworms, roundworms, annelids(segmented worms), mollusks, arthropods, echinoderms. Vertebrate Groups http://sps.k12.ar.us/massengale/introduction_to_animal_notes_b1.htm
CalendarQ3 224 Monday. Chapter 12 sponges, cnidarians, and worms. News Article Chapter11 Due. Review Chapter 12 sponges, cnidarians, and worms. HW Study for Test. http://cdmhs.nmusd.k12.ca.us/NewFiles/Academics/ScienceFolder/Tulley/LSCalendar3
Extractions: Quarter 3 2-3 Monday News Article Ch 10 Lecture: 11.1 The Characteristics of Seed Plants Lecture: Model Outlining of Chapter HW: Outline Section 11.1 HW: Bring in 5 different types of leaves 2-4/5 Tue/Wed Block Review Outline 11.1 Lab: Leaf Types Lab: Root Observation HW: 11.2 Outline HW: Complete Lab work 2-6 Thursday Lecture: 11.2 Gymnosperms Lab: Conifer Identification Review 11.2 outline HW: 11.3 Outline 2-7 Friday Review 11.3 outline Lecture: 11.3 Angiosperms HW: Outline 11.4 HW: 2 different Flowers 2-10 Monday Review 11.4 outline Lab: Angiosperm Flowers HW: Flashcards 11.3 HW: Outline11.5 HW: Bring in Fruit (2 different types) 2-11/12 Tue/Wed Block Review 11.5 Outline Lab: Angiosperm Fruit and Seeds Lecture: 11.4 Plant Responses and Growth Lecture: 11.5 Feeding The World Hand out study guides 2-13 Thursday Lecture: Review Chapter 11 HW: Study for test and put packet together 2-14 Friday (Valentine's Day) Test Chapter 11 Grade Packets HW: Bring x-rays of any broken bones acquired over the "break!"= HW : Ch 11 News Article 2-17 Monday Ski Break 2-18/19 Tue/Wed Ski Break 2-20 Thursday Ski Break 2-21 Friday Ski Break 2-24 Monday Chapter 12 Sponges, Cnidarians, and Worms
Scope And Sequence: Seventh Grade Science MAY ANIMAL KINGDOM sponges, cnidarians, worms, AND MOLLUSKS Define vertebrateand give some examples. Define invertebrate and give some examples. http://members.tripod.com/~ComputerLab/7thScience.htm
Extractions: Microsoft® Encarta® Concise Encyclopedia Here are some ideas for science experiments Cell Models Mitosis Animation Meiosis Animation Is tongue rolling hereditary? Virus Images A Mushroom Information site Fungi Images Mushroom Heaven Mushroom Identification Sponges Cnidaria Worms Mollusks site for teachers Live Sea Shells from around the world Echinoderms Instruction for dissection Collecting Insects Chapter 9 - What Happened to the Plan?
Chapter 27 BioLinks Chapter 27 sponges, cnidarians, and Unsegmented worms. sponges -The titlepage here, the Introduction to Porifera, is extremly informative. http://biocrs.biomed.brown.edu/Books/Chapters/Ch 27/Ch27-Biolinks.html
Chapter 27 - Index To Chapter 26 Resource Page. To Chapter 28 Resource Page. ResourcePages for Chapter 27 sponges, cnidarians, and Unsegmented worms. http://biocrs.biomed.brown.edu/Books/Chapters/Ch 27/Ch27-Index.html
Chp.28notes.html Chapter 28 Simple Invertebrates sponges, cnidarians Simple worms.This chapter is our introduction to the Animal Kingdom. In order http://www.cgrove417.org/bio/notes/chp.28notes.html
7th Grade Core Curriculum 2nd Six Weeks Science. sponges, cnidarians, worms. mollusks. The five kingdoms; Vertebratesand invertebrates; sponges; cnidarians; worms; Mollusks. http://www.nashville.k12.tn.us/curriculum/Core_Curriculum2nd7.html
Extractions: Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. A B C D Which of the following describes the nitrogen base in this nucleotide? a. a straight chain c. a ring structure b. a branched chain d. a macromolecule A B C D Which of the following statements is true? a. The nitrogen bases that make up the DNA nucleotides of plants are much different from the bases found in animals. b. The more closely related two organisms are, the more alike the order of their DNA nucleotides. c. Changes in genes do not affect any of the traits of an individual. d. A given sequence of bases can result in a number of different amino acids. A B C D What kind of mutation is shown in the art below?
SchoolNotes.com - Notes Page pp.3541 H/W Hand-Out 4-1 + 4-1 Enrich Chapter Review January 24th and January27th 1. Flamingos 2. Chapter One sponges, cnidarians, and worms (Cayo-Costa http://schoolnotes.com/33909/korlando.html
The Shape Of Life . Explosion Of Life | PBS Paleontologists believe that before this explosion began, the only animalson Earth were sponges, cnidarians and ancestral bilateral worms. http://www.pbs.org/kcet/shapeoflife/episodes/explosion.html
Extractions: In the 4.5 billion year history of Earth, a mere 10 million years seems rather insignificant, the equivalent of two months in the life of a 75 year-old man. Yet, during a 10 to 20 million year stretch of time, beginning about 540 million years ago, life evolved at an explosive rate. Scientists call the period the "Cambrian Explosion." Paleontologists believe that before this explosion began, the only animals on Earth were sponges, cnidarians and ancestral bilateral worms. Yet by the end of the Cambrian explosion, all of the eight major animals body plans in existence today, along with 27 minor ones, had emerged. And no new body plans have developed since. A group of animals called annelid worms developed during the Cambrian Explosion. Today, about 15,000 species of annelids exist including earthworms, marine bristle worms, and leeches. Scientists believe that burrowing worms play a vital role in maintaining life on Earth by recycling plant and animal remains into carbon dioxide gas. This gas helps modify the climate of the biosphere. Before active burrowers appeared, organic remains became buried in sediments and depleted the atmosphere of carbon dioxide. Actively feeding worms however, recycle buried organic material in a timely basis releasing carbon dioxide back into the atmosphere. With sufficient carbon dioxide in the air, land plants can thrive and the oceans remain free of ice across much of the planet.
TWO PAGE-OUTLINE EXAMPLES Ch sponges and cnidarians. Are only two layers thick; Sponge cells do not from Both haveparasitic and freeliving members. Mollusks and Segmented worms. Mollusks. http://schools.monterey.k12.ca.us/~pgmiddle/staff/dacu/2pageoutline.htm
Extractions: TWO PAGE-OUTLINE EXAMPLES Ch.12 Science Pages 338-339 Mrs. Dacuyan's Seventh Grade Class Kenny Neely, What is an animal? Animals many celled find and digest their own food Invertebrates and Vertebrate Invertebrates are animals without backbones Vertebrates are animals with backbones Bilateral, Radial and No Symmetry Animals that have body parts arranged the same way on both sides have bilateral symmetry (like humans) Animals with body parts arranged in a circle around a central point have radial symmetry (like a seastar) Animals with no definite shape are called asymmetrical Sponges, Cnidarians, Flatworms and Roundworms Sponges and Cnidarians Are only two layers thick Sponge cells do not from tissues, organs or organ systems Cnidarian bodies have tissues and have radial symmetry Flatworms and roundworms Both have bilateral symmetry Both have parasitic and free-living members Mollusks and Segmented Worms Mollusks Mollusks with one shell are gastropods Mollusks with two shells are bivalves Cephalopods Have a foot divided into tentacles They have no outside shell They have a closed circulatory system Annelids Have a body cavity that separates the internal organs from the body wall They have setae, bristle-like structures that help annelids move
Untitled Document the main characteristics of sponges Explain how sponges reproduce -Explain Compareand contrast the two body forms of cnidarians worms -Explain how http://www.isc-cic.com.br/program/6science.php