Zoo Lab Exam 1 Study

  1. Are Euglena & Volvox heterotrophic or autotrophic?
  2. Are Amebas, parameciums, foraminiferans, & radiolarians hetertrophic or autotrophic?
  3. Sycon & Lucosolenia belong to what class? what phylum?
    • Class calcarea
    • Phylum Porifera
  4. Bath & commercial sponges belong to what class? What Phyulm?
    • Class Demospongiae
    • Phylum Porifera
  5. Euplectella (glass sponges) belong to what Class & Phylum?
    • Class Hexactinellida
    • Phylum Porifera
  6. Sponge Anatomy Terms
    External Ostia:
    • Osculum: opening
    • Spicules: tiny hairs
    • External Ostia: space between spicules
    • Spongeocoel: inside canal
    • Prosopyle: pores
    • Choanocytes: cells in radial canal
  7. What produces gametes in sponges?
  8. Radiates
    Class Hydrazoa, Class Scyphozoa, Class Anthozoa all belong to what Phylum?
  9. Radiates consist of what two phylums?
    Cnidarians & Ctenophora
  10. List 4 characteristics of Cnidarians:
    most are fresh water, they are all diploblastic, plymorphic meaning polyps are produced asexually & medusa pelagic are produced sexually
  11. Hydra, Obelia & Gonionemus belong to what class & phylum?
    Class Hyrozoa, Phylum Cnidarians
  12. Aurelia are part of what class & phylum?
    Class Scyphozoa, & Phylum Cnidarians
  13. Metridium & corals are a part of what class and phylum?
    Class Anthozoa, Phylum cnidarians
  14. Acelomates
    Include what phylum & classes?
    • Phylum Platyhelminthes: Class Turbellaria, Class Trematoda, Class Cestoda
    • Phylum Nemerta: Ribbon Worms
  15. Dugesia belong to what phylum & class?
    Class Turbellaria, Phylum Platyhelminthes
  16. fasciola & clonorchis belong to what phylum & class?
    Class trematoda, Phylum Platyhelminthes
  17. Taenia belong to what class & phylum?
    Class Cestoda, phylum Platyhelminthes
  18. 5 types of Connective tissue are:
    Areolar, Adipose, Cartiladge, Bone, & Blood
  19. 3 Types of Muscle tissue:
    Smooth, Skeletal & Cardiac
  20. 2 Types of Epithelial Tissue:
    Simple Epithelium & Stratified Epithelium
  21. What are the 4 types of Simple Epithelial tissue:
    simple squamous, simple cuboidal, simple columnar, pseudostratified columnar
  22. What germ layer does Stratified epithelium derive form and what is the function of each?
    ectoderm. squamous protection, cuboidal secretion
  23. Histology is the ______.
    study of tissue
  24. What is the function of smooth and skeletal muscle?
    to move bones.
  25. What is the function of Areolar & bone tissue?
    structural support
  26. What germ layer is simple: squamous, cuboidal, columnar & pseudostratified columnar derived from?
    • sqamous & cuboidal: Mesoderm
    • Columnar: endoderm
  27. What is the function of simple: squamous, cuboidal, columnar & pseudostratified columnar?
    • squamous: diffusion
    • cuboidal: secretion
    • Columnar: absorbtion
    • Pseudostratified Columnar: protection/secretion
  28. Protists consists of what phylum?
    Amebas, Class Euglenozoa, Class Chlorophyta, Class Ciliophora
  29. 3 examples of Amebas are:
    Amoeba proteus, Globigerina, Radiolarians
  30. 2 examples of Phylum Euglenozoa are:
    Trypanosoma & Euglena Oxyurius
  31. Phylum Chlorophyta includes
  32. Parameciums belong to the phylum:
  33. 2 characteristics of Protists are:
    • reproduce sexually by conjugation & asexually by budding or binary fission.
    • protoplasmic grade.
  34. In Paramecium, ______ are exchenaged during sexual reproduciton.
  35. Amebas move by ______.
  36. Radiolarians move by _______.
  37. The outter covering of an ameoba is the ________.
    plasma membrane
  38. Euglena move by ______.
  39. What is the function of contractile vacuoles in Amebas for?
  40. Kidney tubules are lined with a layer of _______.
    Simple cuboidal epithelium
  41. Osteocytes are found in what type of tissue?
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