Invertebrate Zoology Lab Manual

Invertebrate Zoology Lab Manual

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For laboratory courses in Invertebrate Zoology.Featuring a learner-centered approach that has students investigating how the animals actually work, this comprehensive invertebrate zoology lab manual (not a text/lab manual hybrid) provides a solid conceptual framework for advanced work in behavior, ecology, physiology, and related subjects. Using the popular phylum-by-phylum approach, it features 25 exercises for studying the structure and function of invertebrates, requiring students to make observations, conduct investigations, and ask and answer more

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  • Paperback | 356 pages
  • 218.44 x 281.94 x 20.32mm | 816.46g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 6th edition
  • 0130429376
  • 9780130429377
  • 1,668,083

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Invertebrate Zoology is an enormously diverse field, providing a rich array of astonishing organisms worthy of study. INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY: A Laboratory Manual, Sixth Edition, is designed to excite your interest in this amazing and wonderful world, but not to satiate that interest. The manual is your invitation to participate in a learner-centered laboratory, an environment that allows you to make first-hand discoveries about invertebrates. The manual is your guide through your studies, asking you to see the organisms in new ways. The manual does not tell you all that there is to see and know, nor does it give you the quick answer. To paraphrase George Perkins Marsh, in this manual it is our aim to stimulate thought and observation, but not satisfy curiosity, and it is no part of our purpose to save the student from the labor of thought. The cover photograph of the jellyfish shown, is symbolic of this pedagogy; while the jellyfish is transparent, the invertebrate must be studied to glean it's more

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Taxonomic Considerations and Evolution of the Invertebrates. Exercise 1. The Protozoans. A. Flagellated Protozoans. B. Opalinid Protozoans. C. Ameboid Protozoans. D. Spore-forming Protozoans. E. Ciliate Protozoans. Worksheet 1 (Protozoa). Phylogenetic Synopsis: THE METAZOA.Exercise 2. Phylum Porifera.Worksheet 2 (Porifera).Phylogenetic Synopsis: RADIATA.Exercise 3. Cnidaria.A. Class Hydrozoa. B. Class Scyphozoa. D. Class Anthozoa. D. Fossil Cnidarians.Exercise 4. Phylum Ctenophora.Worksheet 3 (Cnidaria & Ctenophora).Phylogenetic Synopsis: ACOELOMATE BILATERIA.Exercise 5. Phylum Platyhelminthes.A. Class Turbellaria. B. Class Trematooda. C. Class Monogenea. D. Class Cestoda.Exercise 6. Phylum Nemertea (Rhynchocoela).Worksheet 4 (Platyhelminthes & Nemertea).Phylogenetic Synopsis: "PSEUDOCOELOMATE" PHYLA.Exercise 7. Phylum Gastrotricha.Exercise 8. Phylum Rotifera.Exercise 9. Phylum Acanthocephala.Worksheet 5 (Gastrotricha, Rotifera, Acanthocephala).Phylogenetic Synopsis: PHYLUM MOLLUSCA.Exercise 10. Phylum Mollusca.A. Class Polyplacophora. B. Class Gastropoda. C. Class Bivalvia. D. Class Cephalopoda. Worksheet 6 (Mollusca).Phylogenetic Synopsis: PHYLUM ANNELIDA.Exercise 11. Phylum Annelida.A. Class Polychaeta. B. Class Oligochaeta. C. Class Hirudinea. Worksheet 7 (Annelida).Phylogenetic Synopsis: ARTHROPODOUS PHYLA.Exercise 12. Phylum Nematoda.Exercise 13. Phylum Nematomorpha.Worksheet 8 (Nematoda & Nematomorpha).Exercise 14. Phylum Onychophora.Exercise 15. Phylum Tardigrada.Worksheet 9 (Onychophora & Tardigrada).Exercise 16. Phylum Arthropoda.A. Subphylum Trilobita. B. Subphylum Chelicerata. C. Subphylum Crustacea. D. Subphylum Uniramia. Class Insecta (Hexapoda). Myriapodous Arthropods. Worksheet 10 (Arthropoda).Phylogenetic Synopsis: OTHER PROTOSTOME PHYLA.Exercise 17. Phylum Sipuncula (Sipunculida).Phylogenetic Synopsis: THE LOPHOPHORATES.Exercise 18. Phylum Phoronida.Exercise 19. Phylum Bryozoa (Ectoprocta).Exercise 20. Phylum Kamptozoa (Entoprocta).Exercise 21. Phylum Brachiopoda.Worksheet 11 (Lophophorates).Phylogenetic Synopsis: DEUTEROSTOME PHYLA.Exercise 22. Phylum Echinodermata.A. Class Asteroidea. B. Class Ophiuroidea. C. Class Echinoidea. D. Class Holothuroidea. E. Class Crinoidea. Worksheet 12 (Echinodermata).Exercise 23. Phylum Chaetognatha.Exercise 24. Phylum Hemichordata.Worksheet 13 (Chaetognatha & Hemichordata).Phylogenetic Synopsis: PHYLUM CHORDATA.Exercise 25. Phylum Chordata.A. Subphylum Urochordata (Tunicata). B. Subphylum Cephalochordata.Worksheet 14 (Chordata).General more

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