Human head and neck Statocyst

Statokoniya The goal of the experimentStatokoniya The goal of the experiment
The goal of the experiment: assessment of nature and dynamics of neoformation and growth of statoconia under influence of weightlessness. Statocyst
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Cnidarians WorksheetCnidarians Worksheet
What are the 4 classes of Cnidarians and special characteristics that separate the classes. Statocyst
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Ctenophora course Name: Zoology B. Sc. 1stCtenophora course Name: Zoology B. Sc. 1st
There are peculiae adhesive cells in the tentacles. Skeleton is absent. All the ctenophores have transparent gelatinous bodies and are commonly called as “comb-jellies”. Statocyst
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Mollusca – Type Study Pila (Apple Snail) – Part b subject: Zoology Course: B. Sc. 1stMollusca – Type Study Pila (Apple Snail) – Part b subject: Zoology Course: B. Sc. 1st
The animal creeps very slowly by its ventral muscular foot, covering about five cm per minute. During the rainy seasons Pila comes out of the ponds and makes long terrestrial tours. Statocyst
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Porifera, Cnidaria, CtenophoraPorifera, Cnidaria, Ctenophora
They are made of “spiky” things, not pleasant to eat and they produce a noxious odor. Statocyst
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Name (9 pts) Match the words to their descriptionsName (9 pts) Match the words to their descriptions
Short answer. Choose 3 questions (27 to 32) and answer them on the paper provided. Indicate which the question number next to your answer. Each answer should be at least 3 or 4 sentences long. If you need more room please ask for more. Statocyst
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Platyhelminthes –Part 1-Freeliving forms. Objectives: To be able to describe: a typical planarian, regeneration, locomotion, and food seeking behavior in a typical flatworm. To be able to compare acoels to typical free-living turbellariansPlatyhelminthes –Part 1-Freeliving forms. Objectives: To be able to describe: a typical planarian, regeneration, locomotion, and food seeking behavior in a typical flatworm. To be able to compare acoels to typical free-living turbellarians
Light-sensitive pigment-cup ocelli occur in various positions on the body. Flatworms are complex animals with elaborate hermaphroditic reproductive systems. Fertilization is internal with copulation. Most are hermaphroditic. Statocyst
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Internal and External FeaturesInternal and External Features
The oval mouth is situated in the centre of the oral pole and the aboral or sensory pole contains the statocyst. The following description is primarily of the Cydippid form. Statocyst
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Starfish (Sea Stars): AsteroideaStarfish (Sea Stars): Asteroidea
Ray-like extensions, called rays or arms (usually five, sometimes many) radiate laterally from the disc, though not always distinct. Statocyst
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Ctenophora [Academic Script] Course Name: Zoology B. SCtenophora [Academic Script] Course Name: Zoology B. S
There are peculiae adhesive cells in the tentacles. Skeleton is absent. All the ctenophores have transparent gelatinous bodies and are commonly called as “comb-jellies”. Statocyst
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Animal Responses – answersAnimal Responses – answers
Statocyst
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M12 L4 and Lab Crayfish Dissection Saturday, February 28, 2009M12 L4 and Lab Crayfish Dissection Saturday, February 28, 2009
We may play the warm up game of covering the names of the tools and seeing if the students remember the names of the tools. Statocyst
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Diversity of Invertebrate Animals Classification Dependent on physical, physiological and behavioral characteristicsDiversity of Invertebrate Animals Classification Dependent on physical, physiological and behavioral characteristics
Single-celled organism must carry on all functions of the animal individually including feeding, reproduction and locomotion. Statocyst
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