Subject Matter not limited to sponges, cnidarians (Hydrozoans, Jellyfish, Anthozoans anemones,colorful gorgonians, soft corals, hard corals, etc.), Flat worms, Mollusks http://www.seapics.com/info_for_clients/subject_matter.html
Extractions: Sorted by Family Name Many different species from around the world, including large pelagic game fish such as tuna species, marlin and sailfish, swordfish, dolphin fish, and rare deep sea fish - accurate captions, lots of behavior. Here we could posted only the Family Names since the subject has so many species. Marine Plants Invertebrates Including but not limited to: Sponges, Cnidarians (Hydrozoans, Jellyfish, Anthozoans - anemones, colorful gorgonians, soft corals, hard corals, etc.), Flat Worms, Mollusks (Gastropods - snails, nudibranchs, etc., Cephalopods - octopus, squid and nautilus), Segmented Worms (fireworms, tube worms, feather duster worms, etc.), Crustaceans (hermit crabs, true crabs, shrimps, mantis shrimps, lobsters, etc.), Echinoderms( crinoids, sea urchins, sea stars, sea cucumbers, etc.) and Tunicates.
Invertebrates P;age into eight phyla (phyllum is singular) that include sponges, cnidarians (coelenterates),Flatworms, Roundworms, Segmented worms, Mollusks, Echinoderms, and http://webtech.cherokee.k12.ga.us/chapman-is/sinoue/invertebrates_p_age.htm
Extractions: THE INVERTEBRATES WEB QUEST BY MRS. INOUE QCC Standards Fifth Grade- LA Strand: Communication LA5.59, LA5.64; Science Strand: Inquiry S5.2; Strand: Life Science S5.18 Introduction Task Resources Process ... Conclusion INTRODUCTION: How many different kinds of animals do you think there are in the world? If you said over a million you are right! There are about 1.3 million species of animals on Earth today and probably millions more that are unknown. It's not an easy job of keeping track of them either. You've been introduced to the classification system scientist use when you did the Classification Scavenger Hunt located on this site. You learned that animals are classified into two large groups-vertebrates (have backbones) and invertebrates (have no backbone). Invertebrates account for about 95% of all those animals! (Most of you hypothesized that the Vertebrate group had more.) As you can see there has to be a method of maintaining order when it comes to identifying and classifying this many creatures. TASK: Invertebrates are classified into eight phyla (phyllum is singular) that include: Sponges, Cnidarians (coelenterates), Flatworms, Roundworms, Segmented Worms, Mollusks, Echinoderms, and the largest group called the Arthropods. The class will be divided into five groups to use the resources listed here to develop a cluster map that will include the kinds of animals, characteristics, habitats, food, body symmetry and special features, and five interesting facts about the phyllum.
The Diversity Of Life: Chapter 5 the reasons for harvesting sponges, the equipment used for collection, and theislands where sponges are most 53 What are cnidarians? 5-4 What are worms? http://www.conceptsandchallenges.com/modules/students/book_2/b2_c5/b2_c5_s.cfm
Extractions: Log Out Student's Home Online Classroom Database Help Contact Us Select a Book: (Select a Book) The Basis of Life The Diversity of Life Environmental Science The Human Body Earth's Structure and History The Changing Land Water and Air Earth and Space Matter Chemical Changes Force, Motion, and Work Energy Select a Chapter: (Select a Chapter) Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Classifying Animals Visit the Introduction to Animal Classification Web pages to review the seven categories of classification. Examine how animals are classified according to these categories. Then, list the seven categories that are used to classify animals. Finally, classify a human, a red abalone, and a bald eagle, according to the seven categories. You may find the above Web pages more helpful for classifying kingdom and phylum; however, the following Web pages will provide more specific classification information. List each category and write the name of each organism's specific classification.
Biology I Virtual Classroom Topic 12 Who Am I? A. Invertebrates (sponges, cnidarians, Flatworms, Roundworms,Mollusks, Segmented worms,Echinoderms) Review Quiz Game - sponges and http://www.sciencedogs.com/biology/bioclass.htm
Biology Course, Qwizdom Educational Software Millipedes, Echinoderms, Insects, Invertebrates (Introduction, Circulatory System),Mollusks, Reactions in Lower Animals, sponges and cnidarians, and worms. http://www.qwizdom.com/software/k12/biology.htm
Extractions: Covers topics such as Advances in Biology, Biology Careers and important people, Calculations and Problem solving, Charts and Graphs, Electron Microscope, Graphing, Lab Safety and Techniques, Measurement (metric system), Microscope (introduction, microns, making a wet mount, diameter of field of view, magnification), Scientific Method, Significant Figures, and Tools and Techniques of the Biologist. Covers topics such as Activation Energy, Cell Endocytosis and Exocytosis, Cell Growth and Division, Cell Processes, Cell Structure, Cell Theory, Cells and Energy, Cellular Respiration, Enzymes, Eukaryotes, Genetics - Chromosomes, Osmosis, Photosynthesis, Protein Synthesis (Transcription and Translation), Protoplasm, and Reproduction.
Sciencedeptwebpage 10 Feb. 13, 4, Chapter 10 - sponges, cnidarians, and worms; Begin InvertebrateDissections. Feb. 18 - Feb. 21, 4, Chapter 10 - sponges, cnidarians, and worms. http://www2.shoreschool.org/projects/science/science7/7_syllabus.htm
Extractions: Science Department Upper School: Grade 7: Course Reference Material Lower School Upper School Star Lab Weather Station ... Shore's Homepage 7TH GRADE LIFE SCIENCE 2002-2003 COURSE SYLLABUS Dates, Days, Topic Sept. 4 - Sept. 6, 3, Introduction to course Sept. 9 - Sept. 13, 5, Chapter 1 - Cells: The Building Blocks of Life Sept. 16 - Sept. 20, 5, Chapter 1 - Cells: The Building Blocks of Life Sept. 23 - Sept. 27, 5, Test Chapter 1, Chapter 2 - Cell Process and Energy Sept. 30 - Oct. 4, 5, Chapter 2 - Cell Process and Energy, Starlab: Fall Constellations Oct. 7 - Oct 11, 5, Briarwood Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 4, Briarwood Follow-up, Starlab Projects Oct. 21 - Oct. 25, 5, Chapter 2 - Cell Process and Energy, Test Chapter 2 Oct. 28 - Nov. 1, 5, Chapter 3-4 - Genetics, Start Fruit Fly Traps and Experiments Nov. 4 - Nov 7, 4, Chapter 3-4 - Genetics, Fruit Fly Traps and Experiments Nov. 11 - Nov. 15, 4, Chapter 3-4 - Genetics, Fruit Fly Traps and Experiments
Honors Biology Homework -- Invertebrates Chapter 26 sponges, cnidarians, and Unsegmented worms 1. p. 554560; q. 1-42. sponges p. 560-563; q. 1-3 3. cnidarians p. 564-569; q. 1-5 4 http://www.cipce.rpi.edu/~ausemj/biol/biohmwk/invert_hmwk.html
Extractions: Introduction Chemistry of Life Cells Cell Division ... Plants Chapter 26: Sponges, Cnidarians, and Unsegmented Worms due: Tues/Wed, March 27/28 Chapter 27: Mollusks and Annelids due: Friday, March 30th Chapter 28: Arthropods due: Tuesday/Wednesday, April 3/4 Chapter 29: Echinoderms and Invertebrate Chordates Chapter 30: overview of invertebrates This chapter is a very important summary of invertebrates chap 29 and 30 due together on Friday, April 6th
Chapter 19 Some cnidarians are exclusively one or the other; and some Unlike sponges, they haveboth muscles and nerves the Planarians (Free living flat worms), the flukes http://niko.unl.edu/bs101/notes/lecture19.html
Extractions: Who are the animals? Animal Phyla: A review of the Kingdom Animalia. (to summary) The Sponges-Phylum Porifera: These live in water, mostly in the sea. Some sponges have no symmetry, but those that do are radially symmetrical. They have no nerves or muscles, and their embryonic development is atypical. Flagellated, collared cells called choanocytes create a current of water, the collar filters small particles from the water; the Amoebocyte digest and distribute these particles. The CnidariansJellyfish, Anemones, Corals. Another largely marine group. There are two Cnidarian body plans: the medusa and the polyp. Some cnidarians are exclusively one or the other; and some are have both forms in their life cycle. Both body plans are radially symmetrical. A diagnostic feature of cnidaria is the cnidocyte or "stinging cell."
Invertebrates Describe sexual and asexual reproduction in sponges. Can cnidarians reproduce asexually? Whatstructural modifications do certain parasitic worms possess? http://www.ccsn.nevada.edu/science/Biology/Leary/Invertebrates.html
Extractions: Phylum: Porifera The most primitive animals. Where are sponges found (marine, freshwater, terrestrial)? Adults sessile. What type of symmetry is present in sponges? How many germ layers? Are tissues or organs present; a coelom? What is mesoglea? Do sponges display cellular level of development? Explain. What is responsible for sponge coloration? Distinguish: Skeleton of spicules. Describe the nature of the various types of spicules in sponges. What is spongin? List the 3 types canal systems. Discuss the role of the following cell types: Is food taken into a digestive cavity? Is digestion intracellular or extracellular? How are the following accomplished: Describe sexual and asexual reproduction in sponges. Phylum: Cnidaria Where are cnidarians found (marine, freshwater, terrestrial)? What type of symmetry is present in cnidarians? Is a complete digestive tract present...how many openings to it? How is feeding accomplished? How is prey captured? What is a: How many tissue layers? Are cnidarians at a cellular, tissue, or organ level of development? Is a coelom present? What is mesoglea?
Extended Lecture Outline and that can develop into new sponges in favorable h. All cnidarians have a sexualstage, producing sperm and body parts or even form whole worms from pieces http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/guttman/student/olc2/chap34outline.html
Extractions: Biology Guttman Student Online Learning Center Extended Lecture Outline Chapter 34: Animals I: General Features And The Lower Phyla larva , an immature form very different from the adult. body plans and their embryology ( Concepts 34.1, Figure 34.1 Figure 34.25 Table 34.1 shows a classification of the animal kingdom. Parazoa are animals made of specialized cells, without true tissues. Mesozoa are parasites made of one central cell surrounded by a few other cells ( Figure 34.2 Placozoa are discussed later in relation to the metazoans. Eumetazoa ("true animals") are divided into two infrakingdoms, Radiata and Bilateria, on the basis of their body symmetry and number of tissue layers. diploblastic , with a jellylike material between their two tissue layers. triploblastic (having three tissue layers.). coelom , a cavity between the body wall and the intestine. Concepts 34.2
Invertebrates Living Lagoon sponge, sponges. cnidarians, cnidarians (corals, anemones jellyfish). worms,worms. crab, Arthropods (crustaceans, insects and relatives). clam, Molluscs. http://www.epa.gov/owow/oceans/lagoon/invert.html
AnimalPhylogeny1 However, the locomotion of worms typically involves rather simple propagated wavesof information in this paper is primarily from cnidarians and sponges. http://www.cco.caltech.edu/~brokawc/Bi11/AnimalPhylogeny1.html
Extractions: Muscles can only contract. They do not actively elongate. An external, antagonistic force is needed to stretch them out again. This antagonistic force is usually conducted by a skeleton. The primary function of a skeleton is to provide for muscle antagonism , usually between different muscles that can be independently controlled, but sometimes between muscle and elastic antagonists. Soft-bodied animals must have solved this problem, without a rigid skeleton.
History Of Life multicellular origins. How many times in animals? There are three basictypes of animal.sponges, cnidarians, and worms. These three http://www.as.wvu.edu/biology/bio115/HistofLife2.html
Animal On Line Chapter 1 sponges, cnidarians and worms. 2.1.1 What is an Animal 2.1.2 IntegratingMathematics Symmetry 2.1.3 sponges and cnidarians 2.1.4 worms. http://184.108.40.206/portfolios/projects/NJSCICUR/animalon.htm
Chapter 6 Study Guide Part I sponges are filter feeders that rely on their own cnidarians wait until their prayswim into the region Identify three ways that arrow worms are unique among http://www.northstar.k12.ak.us/schools/beh/departments/science/mcconnell/ ch6sg1
Extractions: Chapter 6 Study Guide Part I 1. Describe the physical characteristics of sponges that give them their unique ability to absorb and hold water. The surface of a sponge is perforated by may tiny pores that allow water and nutrients to flow into the central part of the sponge where the water may be trapped in tiny pores from which the nutrients can then be extracted. 2. Describe the type of feeding behavior sponges engage in and what their typical food supply consists of. Sponges are filter feeders that rely on their own ciliated movement of water through the system of passages in their structure. Food particles are typically planktonic algae which are filtered from the water within the passages of the sponge structure. 3. Describe the two basic forms that Cnidarians can take. What features do these two forms share in common? In what way are these two forms different? Cnidarians can take either a polyp or medusa form. The two forms are both radially symmetrical and have a group of tentacles arranged around a central mouth located on the oral surface. The oral surface on a polyp faces up toward the open water, while the oral surface on a medusa form of cnidarian faces down on the bottom side of the "bell." 4. Describe the tissue composition of Cnidarians.
Extractions: What Animal Am I? Animal Riddles 1. What animals do you need to make a square? 2. What can you do if you are surrounded by lions, tigers, leopards, and bears? (To find the answers continue reading) Introduction In the previous unit, we have been studying different phylum such as mollusk, arthropods, segmented worms, echinoderms, flat worms, sponges, cnidarians, and round worms. Discuss with the person sitting to your left a characteristic of each and an example that would fit into that phyla. I will do the first one for you: mollusk - soft-bodied animal - squid. Today we are going to experience a learning adventure that will introduce you to different characteristics of invertebrates. Your text defines invertebrates as an animal that has a skeletal system inside its body. Lets brainstorm as many animals that fit this definition and list them on the chalkboard.
Final Exam Outline evolution of sponges cnidarians. Section 13.2 Segmented worms characteristicsof segmented worms; general information about earthworms, leeches, marine http://w2.shorecrest.org/MSUS/C-Cruise/htmlpages/final_exam_outline.htm
Silver Team Science: Modern Genetics. B. Animals Animal Behavior. sponges, cnidarians, and worms.Mollusks, Arthropods, and Echinoderms. Vertebrates. C. From Bacteria to Plants http://www.mccsc.edu/~scarver/silver.htm
Extractions: Jackson Creek Middle School Silver Team Science Welcome to Silver Team Science! You know our team is unique because we are a "key element" to the school. We use the letters AGT for class names because Ag is the symbol for Silver on the periodic table, and T represents Team. If you're not quite sure what that means, don't stress. You will learn all about the Periodic Table and its elements before you leave Jackson Creek. Below are a few of the topics we will cover in science class. Some of the topics will be covered a little more in depth than others. Each main topic is a different textbook. 7th Grade: A. Cells and Heredity B. Animals C. From Bacteria to Plants
Multi-celled Animals In general, sponges have opentopped, sack-like bodies which are fixed The cnidariansinclude corals, sea anemones, and jellyfish.Their basic body plan worms. http://geol.queensu.ca/museum/exhibits/oldanim/oldanim.html