Bio 20 Final Review

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Bio 20 Final Review

Phylum| Example| Characteristics |
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Porifera| Glass Sponge| No true tissue, use collar cellsNo movement as adult| Cnidaria | Jellyfish| Polyp or Medusa Nerve net|
Platyhelminthes| Fluke| Nerve cells that act as a brainLive in bodies| Nematoda | Hookworm| Taper at both endsFalse coelom, parasitic | Annelida| Earthworm or Leech| SegmentationHydro skeleton| Mollusca| Octopus or Clam| Mantle, Gills, True coelomMuscular foot, Adductor | Arthropoda | Lobster, Spider or Ants| Jointed appendagesMolting , Metamorphosis | Echnodermata| Sea star or sand dollar | Spiny skinRegenerate lost/damaged parts| Chordata| Whale or Human| Notochord/backboneTail, Dorsal nerve chord| Animal Phylum

Class| Example| Characteristics|
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Agnatha| Lamprey| No JawsParasitic|
Chondrichthyes| Hammerhead shark | No swim bladderPelvic fins and gill slits| Osteichthyes| Perch | Jaws and skeleton made of boneFusiform shape| Amphibia | Frog| MetamorphosisBreathe through skin and lungs| Reptilia| Rattle snake| Scaly skinCold Blooded|

Aves| Humming Bird | Constant body temperatureFeathers/Wings| Mammalia| Whales| Mammary GlandsDiaphragm|
Chordate Classes

Kingdom| Example| Characteristic|
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Monera| Bacterium| ProkaryotesBinary Fission|
Protista| Amoeba| No true tissuesMostly Unicellular| Fungi| Mushrooms| Found in dark, moist and warm locations| Plantae| Rose or Lily| Photosynthesis Sessile|
Animalia | Humans or Whales| Mobile heterotrophSymmetry, gut, body cavity |


Single Seed Leaf Double Seed Leaf
Monocot vs Dicot

Prokaryote vs Eukaryote
Pro: Lacks a true nucleus, membrane and cell organelles. Simple structure Euk: Nucleus, membrane and cell organelles. Plant and animal cells.

Plant vs...
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