Chapter 3 Animals

Classification= ordening
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Classification= ordening

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Remember: Classifying organisms

Characteristics that are used to classify:
- Cell nuclei
- Cell walls
- Chloroplasts

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Cell characteristics

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Which kingdom hasn't got a nucleus
A
Bacteria
B
Fungi
C
Plants
D
Animals

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Which kingdom has got chloroplasts
A
Plant
B
Fungi
C
Bacteria
D
Animal

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Which kingdom does not contain a cell wall?
A
Bacteria
B
Plant
C
Animal
D
Fungi

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 The animal kingdom
Two features play key role:
- Symmetry
- Skeleton
7 phyla (they all have their own features) of the animal kingdom:
Sponges, Cnidarians(kwallen), worms, mollucs(mossel, slak), arthropods (spinnen, vliegen), echinoderms(zeester), Vertebates (gewervelden). Video is mainly about the last one.

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Symmetry
Bilateral symmetry

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Symmetry
Radial symmetry

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Symmetry
Asymmetry

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Skeleton
External skeleton


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Skeleton
Internal skeleton

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Skeleton
No skeleton

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We can classify animals into phyla based on:
A
Number of legs
B
Body shape
C
Symmetry
D
Type of skin

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Wat type of skeleton does a fish have?
A
Internal skeleton
B
External skeleton
C
No skeleton

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What type of skeleton does a earthworm(regenworm) have?
A
Internal skeleton
B
External skeleton
C
No skeleton

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What type of skeleton does a starfish (zeester)have?
A
Internal skeleton
B
External skeleton
C
No skeleton

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What type of symmetry does a snail (slak) have?
A
Bilaterally symmetrical
B
Radially symmetrical
C
Asymmetrical

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What type of symmetry does a sand lizard (zandhagedis) have?
A
Bilaterally symmetrical
B
Radially symmetrical
C
Asymmetrical

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Bs 7 Classifying into smaller  groups

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PHYLUM
KINGDOM
Sponges
Molluscs
Worms
Cnidarians
Animals
Echinoderms
Arthropods
Vertebrates

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Bs 8 The arthropod (geleedpotigen) phylum
Classification of arthropods
- Insects (insecten)
- Crustaceans (kreeftachtigen)
- Arachnids (spinachtigen)
- Myriapods (duizendpotigen)

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Arthropods
  • jointed legs
  • bodies divided in segments
  • have exoskeleton
  • many legs

Dutch: ' geleedpotigen' 

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TO WHICH CLASS DOES THIS ANIMAL BELONG?
A
INSECTS
B
ARACHNIDS
C
ARTHROPODS
D
MYRIAPODS

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To which group do the crabs belong.
A
Insects
B
Crustaceans
C
Arachnids
D
Myriapods

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TO WHICH CLASS DOES THIS ANIMAL BELONG?
A
INSECTS
B
ARACHNIDS
C
ARTHROPODS
D
MYRIAPODS

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The vertebrate(gewervelden) phylum
Features: Endoskeleton(backbone,vertebrae)
This phylum is subdivided into classes:
- Fishes
- Amphibians
- Reptiles
-Birds
-Mammals

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Vertebrates
Five classes can be distinguished using the following features:
-Skin
- Body temperature
- Respiratory organs
- Method of reproduction
- Environment

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Vertebrates

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How are birds different form other vertebrates?

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Species
Family
Order
Genus
Phylum
Class
Kingdom

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To which phylum does a lion belong to?
A
cnidarians
B
molluscs
C
arthropods
D
vertebrates

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How are mammals different from other vertebrates?
A
No mucous on their skin.
B
They feed their young with milk.
C
They are warm-blooded.
D
They use lungs to breathe.

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Test Wednesday Februari 3th
Good luck on studying!!!!!!

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