Zoology Test Tomorrow 10/20!!!

Zoology test tomorrow over nematodes (roundworms) and arthropods. Make a cover sheet and study!

  1. Unit 5 VocabUnit 4 Vocab Organizerfilled
  2. Phylum Nematoda Notesnematodaroundworms
  3. Nematoda WSNematoda Observation LabNAME
  4. Ascaris Color Code
  5. Arthropod Segment Color Code
  6. Phylum Arthropoda NotesArthropoda1-2m629dq
  7. Crayfish Color Code
  8. ReviewUni4 NemaandArthropodaR eviewFILLED
  9. Grouping ArthropodsGrouping Arthropods
  10. Arthropod Trifold- direction given in class

Zoology-Vocab Quiz Tomorrow! Test Friday!

Today, we continued on into the arthropod phylum.  We began the study of subphylum Mandibulata.  Remember, members of this subphylum have mandibles, 2 pairs of antennae, and compound eyes.  The classes that belong within this subphylum are Class Myriapoda “many appendages”, Class Insecta, and Class Crustacea.  When we finished our notes, we organized all of the Subphyla within Arthropoda in a tri-fold.

Make sure you study your vocabulary, as we have a quiz Tomorrow, and also study your tri-fold, as we have a quiz over Arthropod Classification on Thursday!!! Unit Test is Friday!

Anatomy-Test Wednesday!

Quiz over Nephron tomorrow!!!! Unit test Wednesday!

Unit 3 NOTEBOOK PAGES
p.44- LS- UNIT III HALF-Sheet

p.45-RS- Title page w/ tab, chapters covered, visual

p.46-LS- Written Warm-UP page or pocket

47-RS- Written Warm-UP page or pocket

48- LS- Digestive System LabelIntro activity for digestive drawing

49-RS- Digestive System WSIntro activity for digestive drawing

50- LS- Digestive System Color Code

p.51- RS- Intro to Digestive System- FXNS, types of organsFunctions of system, layers-2i24tq8

p.52- LS- Layers of GI

53-RS- Layers of GI Notes

54-LS- Digestive Organs Chart

55- RS- Digestive Organs Part 1Digestive System Organs

56-LS- Digestive Flow Chart- 1st HalfLS-Assign-DigSys Flow Chart-1nfp5tf

57- Digestive Organs Part 2

58-LS-Digestive Flow Chart 2nd 1/2(see above)

 59-RS-Digestive Organs Part 3

60-LS- Digestive System Review Part 1

RS-61- Digestive Organs Part 4

RS- 63- Macromolecule and Enzyme ChartWS-Enzymes-wMacromolecules-Chartfilled-vidrkz

LS- 64- Urinary System Diagrams

RS- 65- Urinary System OrgansIntro to The Urinary System-283mmsd

LS- 66- Kidney Color Code

RS-67- Kidney Notes (in Intro to Urinary above)

LS-68- Kidney Label

RS- 69- Kidney Checkpoint

LS- 70- Nephron Label and Color

RS- 71- Nephron NotesNephron-2g4tocy 

LS-72- Urine Formation Flow Chart (Directions Slide 18 in PPT below)

RS-73- Urine Formation NotesUrine Formation-28zoqw5

LS-74- Renal Circulation Assignment-Renal Circulation dlsirections2012

 RS-75- Renal Circulation Notes (in Nephron PPT above)

LS-76-Renal Blood Flow and Creating UrineLS-RENAL BLOOD FLOW AND CREATING URINE

Arthropoda- Arachnids!

Today we finished our second subphylum of arthropods- the Chelicerates,  The animals in this subphylum have fangs.  Friday, We took a look at living and preserved horseshoe crabs that belong in Class Merostomata.  Today, we are covering our second group within Subphylum Chelicerata- Class Arachnida. Arachnids are animals such as spiders, scorpions, mites, ticks, chiggers. Arachnids have fangs, 4 pairs of walking legs, and drink their food

  1. Unit 5 VocabUnit 4 Vocab Organizerfilled
  2. Phylum Nematoda Notesnematodaroundworms
  3. Nematoda WSNematoda Observation LabNAME
  4. Ascaris Color Code
  5. Arthropod Segment Color Code
  6. Phylum Arthropoda NotesArthropoda1-2m629dq

Zoology- Roundworms

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Nematodes are roundworms.  They have a pseudocoelomate body cavities, bilateral symmetry, separate sexes, and a complete digestive system.  Roundworms can only whip their bodies as they move.  This is because they only have one type of muscle-longitudinal.  Most roundworms are free-living, Some are parasitic.  Roundworms include Ascaris, pin worms, hook worms, Trichinella, heart worms, etc. Here are our entries:

  1. Unit 5 VocabUnit 4 Vocab Organizerfilled
  2. Nematoda Notesnematodaroundworms
  3. Nematoda WorksheetNematoda Observation LabNAME

Anatomy Notebook

Unit 3 begins with Digestive System!!!

Unit 3 NOTEBOOK PAGES
p.44- LS- UNIT III HALF-Sheet

p.45-RS- Title page w/ tab, chapters covered, visual

p.46-LS- Written Warm-UP page or pocket

47-RS- Written Warm-UP page or pocket

48- LS- Digestive System LabelIntro activity for digestive drawing

49-RS- Digestive System WSIntro activity for digestive drawing

50- LS- Digestive System Color Code

p.51- RS- Intro to Digestive System- FXNS, types of organsFunctions of system, layers-2i24tq8

p.52- LS- Layers of GI

53-RS- Layers of GI Notes

54-LS- Digestive Organs Chart

55- RS- Digestive Organs Part 1Digestive System Organs

56-LS- Digestive Flow Chart- 1st HalfLS-Assign-DigSys Flow Chart-1nfp5tf

57- Digestive Organs Part 2

58-LS-Digestive Flow Chart 2nd 1/2(see above)

 59-RS-Digestive Organs Part 3

60-LS-

RS-61- Digestive Organs Part 4

Zoology- Phylum Mollusca

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Mollusks are animals with soft bodies.  They display bilateral symmetry, are coelomates, have many body systems, and are biodiverse. Examples of Mollusks include clams, oysters, chitons, snails, slugs, nudibranchs, octopus, squid, cuttlefish, and the nautilus.  TEST THURSDAY 10/5!!! Vocab Quiz tomorrow 10/4!

  1. Unit 4 VocabMolluscaAnnelidafilled
  2. Mollusca NotesMollusca
  3. Chiton Color Code
  4.  Clam Color Code
  5. Mollusca Class Review WS
  6. Phylum Annelida Notesannelidappt2
  7. Shape of Life AnnelidsShape of Life Annlelids-2751kxd
  8. Animal Organ System Cloze
  9. Earthworm Color Code
  10. ReviewMollusca and Annelida ReviewNAME
  11. Shape of Life :Mollusks
  12. Review Pics

Anatomy-Components of Blood Quiz Thursday!

Components of Blood Quiz Thursday!  Respiratory/Cardiovascular Test Friday!!

Interactive Notebook-

LS-12- Unit 2 Half Sheet

RS-13- Unit Title Page (with tab, pic, name , period, unit title)

LS-14- Written warm-up page

RS- 15- warm-up pocket

LS-16- Respiratory System Sketch with labels (text p. 832)

RS-17-  Functions of Respiratory organs ( nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchus(pl. bronchii), bronchiole, lungs, alveolar sacs

LS-18-Respiratory Structures and FXNs practiceWS-RESP SYS ORGANS-Follow-up4Notes

RS-19-Respiratory Organs and Functions- Part 1

LS-20-Bronchial Tree Color CodeLS-Bronchial Tree Directions 

RS-21- Respiratory Organs and Functions Part 2 (Lower Resp. Tract) Notes

LS-22-How do You Breathe LS how do you breathe- Inst

RS-23- Mechanisms of Breathing Notes

LS-24- Alveolar Gas ExchangeLSassign-Alveolar Gas Exchange 

RS-25-Alveolar Gas Exchange Notes PP-Alveolar gas exchange Notes

LS-26- Gas Transport

RS-27- Gas Transport Notes 

LS- 28- Respiratory System Review Fill-INRespiratory System PracticeNAME

RS-29-Controls of Breathing NotesPP-Controls of Respiration-Breathing

LS-30-Everest Article Qs

RS-31-Acclimitization Notes

LS-32- Heart Color Code

RS-33- Basic Structure of Heart Notes

LS- 34- Path of Blood AssignmentLS-Blood Flow through the Heart Instructions

RS-35- Path of Blood Flow Chart Notes

LS-36- Path of Blood Fill-IN WS-Path of Blood wksht-Steps Wpics

RS-37- Cardiac Cyclecardiac_cycle_of_the_heart_ppt_3-12z6jsc

LS-38- Functions of Blood CellsFunctions of Erythrocytes individual

RS-39-Components of Blood NotesPP-Components of Blood FullVers

LS-40- Blood Type AssignmentLeft Side-Blood Typing 

RS- 41- Blood Type Notes

LS-42- Blood Type Analysis