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Example of Acoelomates
Flatworms
Example of Pseudocoelomates
Roundworms
Example of coelomates
Annelids to humans
morula
solid ball of cells
blastula
hollow sphere of cells
protostomes
first mouth
bilaterians
front/ back/ up/ down/ left/ right
deuterostomes
anus first
porifera
sponges

-parazoa

choanocyte
flagella, collar cell
porocyte
pore on sponges, water in
ctenophora
comb jelly

radial symmetry


sac body plan

cnidaria
jellyfish

radial symmetry


sac body plan

mesoglea
jelly layer in hydra, cnideria
hydra
cnideria
gastrodermis
internal tissue layer in hydra, cnideria
nematocysts
hydra poison spikes
proglottid
segments of body in tapeworm
hydrostatic skeleton
pseudoceal body cavity filled with fluid
nematoda
roundworm, ascaris hooked tail

pseudocoelomates

bivalvia
clams, mussels, scallops, oysters

coelomates

gastropoda
snails, slugs
cephalopoda
squids, octopus, cuttlefish
annelida
segmented worms
neural crest
embryonic cells control development in vertebrates
oligochaeta
earthworm, protostome,

typhlosole in intestine


aortic arches

clitellum
earth worm, secretes mucus
anthropoda feature
chitin exoskeleton
anthropoda types
insecta, arachnida, crustacea
insecta eyes
ommatidia, motion

ocelli, light and dark

insecta ear
tympanum
insect lungs
spiracles
malpighian tubules
nitrogenous waste excreted as solid
entomology
study of insects
insect female egg rod
ovipositor
deuterostomes
echinodermata, chordata
agnathids
jawless fish

lamprey


eels


deutrostomes


chordata

Types of fish
bony fish

cartilaginous


lobe finned fish


deutrostomes


chordata


vertebrae

amphibia
frogs, toads, salamaders

deutrostomes


chordata


vertebrae


3 chambered heart

echinodermata
sea stars, sea urchins, sand dollars

pentaradial symmetry adults


bilateral symmetry larval

Madreporite
sieve plate water enters through stone canal
ring canal
radial water canal to arms
chordata features
vertebral column

pharyngeal pouches


post anal tail

vertebrata
living endoskeleton

vertebral column


cephalization


closed circulatory system


paired appendages


neural crest