Taxonomy Lab to Show Organism Relationships
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Date: March 16, 2014
Instructor’s Name: Professor Tyra Hall – Pogar
Assignment: SCIE207 Phase 5 Lab Report
Title: Taxonomy Lab to Show Organism Relationships
Instructions: You will need to fill out the data table and answer a set of questions.
When your lab report is complete, post it in Submitted Assignment files.
Part 1: Using the lab animation, fill in the following data tables to help you answer the questions that follow:
Table 1: Samples 1–5
Phylum/Division | Sample 1: Chrysophyta | Sample 2: Annelida | Sample 3: Arthropoda | Sample 4: Amphibia | Sample 5: Aves | Common Feature | Unicellular, primary producers| Segmented body | External skeleton and segmented body | Can obtain oxygen from …show more content…
| Heterotrophic | Heterotrophic | Autotrophic | Autotrophic | Autotrophic | Circulatory System (Transport)How does the organism get what it needs to cells (open, closed, diffusion only)? | Closed with 4-chambered heart | Closed with 4-chambered heart | Diffusion through cell walls and cell membranes | Xylem and phloem | Xylem and phloem | Respiratory SystemHow does the organism get oxygen and release carbon dioxide? | Diffusion through the lungs | Diffusion through the lungs | Diffusion through cell membranes | Diffusion through stomata | Diffusion through stomata | Reproductive SystemDoes the organism use asexual or sexual reproduction (eggs, seeds, spores, placenta, type of fertilization)? | Sexual: Eggs; internal | Sexual: Placental, in-uterus development (internal) | Sexual: Alternation of generations. Must be in a moist area for the sperm to swim to the egg | Sexual: Alternation of generations. Pollen is the male sex cell | Sexual: Alternation of generations. Pollen is the male sex cell | Excretory SystemHow does the organism get rid of wastes and maintain an ionic balance of fluids? | Kidneys, intestines, anus | Kidneys, intestines, anus | None | None | None | Growth and Development Does the organism go through metamorphosis, develop in an egg or uterus, or grow from