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  • Coelenteraten Mouth is at the same time ... the anus
  • Coeleneterate blood system - they don't have one. Substance distribution runs through the gastravascular space
  • What is the function of the mesogloea?
  • What are Ctenophora? What do they have instead of weapons ... glue cells
  • How many cotyledons do the coelenterates have and ... They have two cotyledons diploblasts
  • What is the name of the ectodermis and the entodermis in coelenterates? ... Entodermis: Gastrodermis Ectodermis: Epidermis
  • What do amoebas belong to, what are they and what do they have ... Protozoa Rhizopoda (root pods) Have pseudopodia for feeding and locomotion
  • Special feature amoebas have the ability to develop pseudopodia
  • Special feature of ciliatas have trychocysts for defense against enemies
  • What are trichocysts and who has them? - Protein sticks filled with secretion in ciliates (Ciliata), especially in paramecium - can be expelled for defense or to catch prey - once expelled ...
  • What is gamontogamy? A special form of sexual reproduction in protozoa in which it is not the sex cells that fuse, but the sex cell-forming cells
  • Which coelomats do the platelets belong to?
  • Cephalization in platelet head is morphologically separated from the body; You have a paired cerebral ganglion in the body, usually 2 longitudinal nerve cords with ventral commissures
  • Nutrition Plathelminths and intestines - mostly carnivorous, have only pharynx
  • Example Pseudocoelomata Rotatoria, Nematoda
  • Which classes belong to the platelet worms? Cestoda (tapeworms) Monogenea (hooked suction worms) Trematoda (suction worms) Turbellaria (strudel worms)
  • What does streptoneuria mean and where in the animal kingdom is ... Torsion of the NS in certain molluscs
  • What is Typhlosis? What is the task of this ... in annelids (earthworms) folding (dorsal) in the midgut, surface enlargement of the intestinal wall
  • Annelids structure head (protostomium or acron) trunk (similar segments) rear end (pygidium)
  • Mammalia characteristic features -have hair -have mammary glands -mimic muscles -secondary temporomandibular joint -diaphragm as an important respiratory muscle -developed neopallium - teeth with different groups of teeth
  • What did the mammary glands develop from?
  • complete classification mammaliaReich: Annimalia sub-kingdom: Metazoa subdivision: Bilateria trunk group: Deuterostomia trunk: Chordata sub-trunk: Vertebrata superclass: Gnathostomata with the subclasses: Protheria, Metatheria and ...
  • To whom do the marsupials belong? To the metatheria (Marsupialia)
  • How is the skull in Mammalia with the spine ... through 2 condyles
  • What are the names of the five regions of the spine in ... Neck bone Sternum Lumbar bone Sacrum and tail region They are connected by the intervertebral discs
  • How and by what is the body cavity in Mammalia ... Completely separated into 2 areas by the diaphragm
  • Diaphragm
  • Breathing steps in Mammalia nasal cavity / pharynx -> larynx-> trachea, bifurcation into 2 main bronchi, which further branch within the lungs and form the air-conducting bronchial space -> alveoli
  • What do the geckos belong to? Reptilia and Squamata
  • Is the slow worm a snake? No, the creeps have only reduced their legs greatly or completely in the course of their development
  • Why do amphibians need water? Otherwise they will dry out -> high evaporation rate
  • What are the names of the three orders of the Amphibia? Frogs (Anura) Caesars (Urodela) Caesars (Gymnophiona, Apoda)
  • Gills / lungs in amphibians: During larval development: gill leaflets for breathing Adult: lungs
  • Amphibian skin? Thin and rich in glands, often with poisonous secretions
  • What is a urostyle and in whom does it occur? Bone rod from fused vertebrae, occurs in anura (frogs)
  • Name five adaptations of parasite stapling and stapling organs - regression of the digestive system - regression of some sensory organs - main focus on the reproductive system - large numbers of eggs
  • Name the five larval stages and order ... Miracidium -> Sporocyste ---> Redie ---> Cercarie ---> Metacercarie
  • Name the technical term many animals, certain ... autonomy
  • Name the ability of the tardigrade, unfavorable ... annabiosis
  • Name the technical term for the complete transformation ... metamorphosis
  • What are the technical terms back and abdominal shield ... dorsal: back Tegum lateral: pleurum ventral: belly sternum
  • What are the 3 segments of the chest in the Insecta ... Pro-, Meso- and Metathorax
  • Name the technical term for the hatching larva ... hemitabolism
  • Name the technical term for the dramatic transformation ... holometabolism
  • What is the original function of Wolff's ... Conchenfish: ureter, frog: ureter and vas deferens, bird and mammal: vas deferens
  • Name five characteristics in the bird's body structure, ... - hollow bones - horn feathers - horned beak without teeth - fused vertebrae - sternum as the attachment surface of the wings

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