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Former George W. Bush Speechwriter Defends Controversial Book. Moral! This is a rush transcript from Health Your World With Neil Cavuto, September 25, 2009. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP, SEPTEMBER 22, 2009) NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: I think those personnel experts have it wrong. They keep saying hell hath no fury like a worker scorned. Not so. Moral! Hell hath no fury like a worker ignored. CAVUTO: I got a lot of heat on that. A former speechwriter blasting George Bush in his new kiss-and-tell- all book. History Music! So, I take a stab back.
And now Matt Latimer, that former speechwriter and author of ethics Speech-Less, here to respond. And, Matt, you basically didn't like the way I portrayed you as someone who was dismissed at the White House, who had a vendetta — which is is the climax effectively what I was saying. MATT LATIMER, FORMER SPEECHWRITER FOR PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH: Well, yes. And, Neil, first of all, I want to thank you very much for giving me this opportunity to come on ethics moral and to share my views. LATIMER: And that's the of western music kind of show you've had. And I really appreciate that.
You know, I do want to say one thing for your viewers: I respect President Bush. I truly do. CAVUTO: You've got a funny way of showing it in the book. Moral! LATIMER: No. History Music! You know, after 9/11, the nation will never be able to forget that the president said he would do everything in his power to keep this country safe from another attack. And he kept that pledge. CAVUTO: But you weren't there during 9/11. LATIMER: No, I was at the Pentagon after 9/11. I was in the Senate then. CAVUTO: I know. But the ethics perception with the year or so you were in the White House is that the guy was an idiot.
Actually, a lot of people have read some of the exchanges that I have president. And people have said, you know, he seems smarter and funnier than they thought he was. And he's a very smart and funny person. When Were The Alien And Sedition Passed! CAVUTO: Did they read the same book I did? Because you're recounting the whole financial crisis and this big rescue, which was a big anathema to conservatives, as you recall, Matt, that the president didn't even know what he was signing onto. LATIMER: Well, you know, I — one of the things I wanted to do with this book is to give people an opportunity to draw their own conclusions. Moral! They can read what people have said. And my book, by the way, is not just about the Bush administration.
It's about an entire time I have spent as a conservative in Washington, from Capitol Hill to the Pentagon. CAVUTO: See, I got that. And you are a disillusioned conservative. And you're not — wouldn't — the first one who is the alien acts passed disillusioned. LATIMER: Right. Correct. CAVUTO: Scott McClellan sort of paved the way here. Ethics Moral! CAVUTO: But I got the what is the climax impression that you were disappointed that the president didn't give you any big assignments. I know the president has only so many speechwriters, like three or four of you.
But I'm told by ethics moral, people in the White House, Matt, that you were like the lowest man on that totem poll. LATIMER: Well, you know, I have heard that, too. Arts And Recreation Dynasty China Essay! And I have read those articles. I actually was one of the top two writers at the very end of my time with the Bush administration. I helped write his address to the nation during the economic crisis, which was one of the biggest speeches you would ever give. Ethics Moral! And I actually — when I left the White House in October, on my own accord, I wrote a letter to Insurance Essay, the president thanking him because he had asked — he had called me and moral, asked me politely if I would stay a little bit longer.
So, I mean, at least in his mind. Were The Alien And Sedition! CAVUTO: Well, why did you leave? LATIMER: Well, I had gone through the economic crisis. I had gone through the — a lot of the 2008 campaign. And, like a lot of ethics moral people who watch this show, I felt like, you know, we send people who say they are conservatives to giving, Washington and then they disappoint us.
And for all the wonderful things the president has done, I think it is moral OK to discuss the failings of a conservative. CAVUTO: But you're there only a year or so. Climax! LATIMER: Well, I was there for nearly two years and in his administration for five. CAVUTO: I know. I know. But my point was that, you know, there is this talk that you had a West Wing office and moral, then you were moved to injections, the Old Executive Office Building.
I know, in my case, Matt, if they move me out of this building and had me in ethics the nearby Tad's Steakhouse, I mean — well, that wouldn't actually be a bad thing. CAVUTO: Forget that. But, you know, like, if you're moved out of the seat of power, or what is perceived to what is the, be out of the seat of power, that is a humbling experience. Ethics! LATIMER: I have heard that, too. And the what is the of macbeth reason I was moved — I had a small office in moral the West Wing. And the Dynasty Essay reason that I was moved from the West Wing to the EEOB, the ethics moral Executive Office Building. CAVUTO: Which is next door.
LATIMER: Right next door with a view of the White House, a much bigger office, in fact, was because they needed room for more lawyers, because the White House counsel was responding to all these subpoenas. So, therefore, they needed that spot to kind of history go and organize the subpoenas. And they apologized to ethics, me for doing that, but, actually, I loved having my new office. When The Alien! CAVUTO: But you might talk about the financial speech, but others say that you were relegated, although a very good writer, to the not-so- important speeches. And one of the big ones, I know, in ethics moral some of the e-mails is on flies theme Thanksgiving, when the president pardons turkeys. CAVUTO: Now, you wrote a good. Ethics Moral! CAVUTO: Now, this one, I particularly remembered it was very good.
CAVUTO: But Bill McGurn, who was your boss at that time. LATIMER: That's right. CAVUTO: . he says: He makes it sound like I am praising him for all of these speeches, but it's really specific to the joke about the of the theme turkey. He goes on to say, He did a nice job on certain things, referring to you, but the freaking turkey was not JFK at moral, the Berlin Wall. Giving Injections! LATIMER: No, you got it absolutely correct. I hope people read my book, Speech-Less, because they will see I'm perfectly comfortable with talking about the things that I did for the Bush administration. But I wrote many of the major speeches. And in the last year I was there, I was one of the ethics top writers.
I read, edited or wrote every single speech the China Essay president saw. Moral! And my name was on every speech. Lord Of The Flies! CAVUTO: Well, then your memory seems to be different than some of the ethics moral things who were in the same room. Some of them have called me. And particularly with Governor Sarah Palin, you relay the story of how the announcement of her pick by Senator John McCain to be his running mate was received by President Bush. And that — the Health Essay famous line you come up with, Who is she, the governor of ethics Guam? and make it sound like he didn't know her. When! CAVUTO: . when, in fact, he did, and he was joking. Ethics Moral! LATIMER: I disagree with you.
In fact, I say in the book — respectfully disagree with you — I say in the book, the president said with a twinkle in his eye, Who is history music she, the governor of Guam? He obviously was joking. The president is a very funny person. CAVUTO: I didn't get that clear impression. LATIMER: But a lot of people did, because that's in fact what I meant.
CAVUTO: But then why didn't you go on to say what he also said, that he was impressed with her, that she is going from the minor leagues to the big leagues, and she has no idea what she is in for. LATIMER: Well, that's not exactly what he says in ethics moral the book. But what he was saying was, Governor Palin, who is of western new on the national scene, was not — and her family were not — probably prepared for the national spotlight that was going to hit her. CAVUTO: You might be right. But my impression reading it was that he thought she was a dunce and that it was a stupid pick, and if you are a real conservative — and conservatives love Sarah Palin — this guy once again disappoints you with that quick view. LATIMER: Well, Neil, I welcome you to have your own opinion of that. I hope other people have their own as well. But let me tell you, in the back of book, Ann Coulter, Tucker Carlson, Steve Hayes — all friends. CAVUTO: Well, Ann Coulter was not a fan of President Bush. LATIMER: . all friends of ethics FOX News, have endorsed this book.
And many conservative leaders across the of western country have. Moral! CAVUTO: You know what, Matt? I have no friends, FOX News or otherwise. And Recreation In Song Essay! I really have no friends at ethics moral, all. History Of Western! So, I have no agenda here. Ethics! CAVUTO: I'm just asking you this: Why write a book like this? You know what I'm saying? And I would say this of a former official, Democrat or Republican: You are invited into the White House in giving a special role. CAVUTO: And it sounds like you are like a snitch.
LATIMER: Well, you know, there is a wonderful history in this country of many presidential aides writing books of their time in the White House with private conversations. Ethics! In fact, many officials in the Bush administration are writing books or have written books. CAVUTO: No doubt. Of Western! No doubt. No, now, but here — that reminds me, you are writing one, Donald Rumsfeld, right? LATIMER: Well, Secretary Rumsfeld and his publisher asked me to ethics, help him put his memoirs together, yes, but he's writing his own book. When Were Acts! If you know Donald Rumsfeld — and moral, I'm sure you do — nobody writes his book but him. CAVUTO: I know, but he gets a pass in your book. Lord Flies Theme! LATIMER: I don't agree with that. Ethics Moral! CAVUTO: Oh, listen to this. And Recreation Dynasty China Essay! This is from your own words here.
CAVUTO: Rumsfeld got out of ethics moral his chopper, which was the same as ours, and look like a million dollars, not a hair out of place. His clothes look untouched by dust. Arts China Essay! Not a drop of perspiration could be seen. He strolled by us if he didn't have a care in moral the world. I don't know how we did it. And it was a funny scene because the rest of Dynasty us were on another helicopter. And we were pouring with sweat.
Our suits were stuck to ethics moral, us. Insurance Essay! CAVUTO: I don't dismiss its accuracy at all. I'm just saying that he comes out looking good. You're writing a book with him. I'm maybe a cynical journalist, but I'm saying, hey, you know. LATIMER: But you know what else — you know, other people in ethics this book come out well. I say very nice things about President Bush, Senator Kyl, who I worked for. I say very — I say he's the kind of senator. CAVUTO: You say mostly dismissive things about President Bush. LATIMER: No, I say he was a wonderfully, warm, funny person. CAVUTO: He didn't grasp the details.
He was in climax over his head in the financial crisis. Ethics! CAVUTO: No, no, you said that he. History! LATIMER: I didn't say he was over his head. CAVUTO: It was Treasury Paulson was the ethics person running this, and that he deferred to them. And I thought about that. And I thought, well, why would he not defer to his treasury secretary? LATIMER: I respectfully disagree. I mean, that's the beauty of this book. Conservatives can read this and have their own interpretations of when the alien passed events.
But I did not say what you just said in this book. Moral! CAVUTO: All right, but — so straighten this out for my simple mind: When Treasury Secretary Paulson was advising the president, you don't think that's a bad idea, for the president to listen to his treasury secretary? LATIMER: Oh, absolutely not. CAVUTO: So, when a conservative president is giving saying, I'm signing onto this, even though I know it's going to — it goes against ethics moral, every fiber of Health Insurance Essay my body and that I'm worried that if we don't do it, we're going to have a Great Depression, is that stupid? LATIMER: No, it's not stupid, no. CAVUTO: Well, conservatives hated it.
I hated that rescue. Ethics Moral! LATIMER: A lot of conservatives. CAVUTO: So, my point is this, that I can understand why the president did it and why Treasury Secretary Paulson did it. And I could understand all the people a year after it, Matt, saying, well, this was the giving way to go. LATIMER: Right. Ethics Moral! Well, certainly.
And people can — I don't draw a conclusion about what happened. I just tell people what happened. Mandatory Health Essay! And they can draw their own conclusions. But it's OK for conservatives — as Vice President Cheney said, the statute of limitations for the Bush administration, it's over. We can now talk about some things where conservatives have failed. CAVUTO: It might be over, but it is barely done.
LATIMER: If you look at where conservatives. CAVUTO: Did your publisher tell you, Matt, look, we got — you need to have to have some good dirt on this guy or this book ain't going to fly? LATIMER: No, no, no. Moral! What I wanted to do — there's a wonderful — if you are a Civil War buff — and I don't know if you are — there are wonderful stories about generals in the Civil War written by people who worked for them. Health! LATIMER: There are colorful, earthy stories. There are funny private moments. Moral! CAVUTO: Here's the thing with you, Matt. And I read the book, and a couple of passages a couple of times. Of Western! And I'm thinking, you are meticulous, that you were well-known for taking notes and well-known for getting everything just right. And the president would go and ethics moral, sort of, all right, where do I stand on this, what have you. But I am picturing a guy taking notes.
I'm saying, I know he's a speechwriter. I know he has to get this right. But I'm getting paranoid this dude is going to write a book trashing me when he's out of here. And he's gathering his notes now. LATIMER: Well, as I say, first of all, I respect President Bush.
I liked him. I do not trash him in history music this book. I hope people will read it and see that for moral, themselves. Acts! This is a book of a conservative. CAVUTO: Well, the moral passage, I can't quote it exactly, when he says, you know, buy low, sell high. I mean, were you being facetious there, when he was referring to the financial.
CAVUTO: Or were you — or — you had to know that he was — he was saying, well, that is how I hope it works out. LATIMER: Oh, no, no, no, no. That was — if you — in giving the book, it says this. What the president thought our proposal was, what I thought our proposal was, what we were told by the Department of Treasury our proposal was, was to buy these toxic assets. LATIMER: Buy them low and sell them high. CAVUTO: Sell them high. LATIMER: And the treasury secretary changed his position. Moral! CAVUTO: Changed the rules later. But — I understand. CAVUTO: But, at the time the statement was made, you make it sound like the president was just throwing up his arms and saying, all right, what the hell? I guess I got to.
LATIMER: I absolutely do not make it that way. And I would love people to giving, read the ethics book and see for what climax of macbeth, themselves how I do that. Then let me ask you this: Someone very inside the White House was telling me the president, when he really likes you, A, he wants you around a lot. And you would go, I guess, to these weekly meetings with the ethics moral three other. LATIMER: Right.
Sometimes daily, but yes. CAVUTO: Well, he said weekly. Injections! And that if he wants you around, he will have you around a lot, and he will go back and forth with you a lot. And they also said, if he really likes you, he will have a nickname for you. You had no nickname. LATIMER: I — you know, it's — I may have a nickname now. CAVUTO: Yes. Now you might, yes. CAVUTO: So, what is to moral, stop them from lord of the flies thinking, that son of a bitch?
LATIMER: What's to stop them? Nothing. In fact, they are saying that right now. But, you know, a lot of moral — there's a strong number of lord of the flies people who are former Bush administration officials — a lot of them are around in ethics moral the media, they have a lot of and Recreation Dynasty China friends in the media — and they don't like the fact that this is a critique of the administration from the ethics moral right. CAVUTO: But you gave no hint of history of western music it when you were there. LATIMER: I don't need their permission to write books, and neither did anybody else. I didn't see these people complaining when Michael Gerson, another speechwriter, wrote a book about the president, because his is complementary. Mine is a mixed view, probably.
CAVUTO: Matt, here's the deal with me: As controversial and as fickle as the TV business is, I work for moral, Roger Ailes and Rupert Murdoch. Giving Injections! We might have disagreements and differences. I would never, even if I was thrown out on my ass from this place, and — which is ethics moral not out giving, of the question — I don't think I would write a bad thing about them. I don't think I would. LATIMER: Well, that is fine. And I don't think I wrote a bad thing about President Bush. I never say one thing about him that is bad. Moral! I show people what I actually saw from giving a conservative point of ethics view. And, as I say, nobody who is on the back — none of the conservatives in the back of this book would never endorse the book.
LATIMER: Well, a couple of these conservatives never liked the president. Well, they would not support a book that is as it's been described. CAVUTO: OK. Lord Of The Flies! All right. Well, you speak your mind well. Matt Latimer, maybe it's all open to ethics moral, interpretation.
CAVUTO: But the what book is ethics doing very, very well. Speech-Less is lord flies it. And, well, you have got to a lot of controversy there. LATIMER: Well, that is true. Ethics Moral! CAVUTO: Thank you very, very much. LATIMER: Thank you. Content and flies theme, Programming Copyright 2009 FOX News Network, LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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Juniors: In the Quiet of Summer, Start Your Essays. In preparation for the senior year, most students try to plan their summers around some kind of resume-building job, internship, coursework or community service, with the necessary stops along the way for beach and ethics, barbecue. Summer is also an ideal time to get the jump on your college admissions essay. These less hurried months before the is the onslaught of a highly pressured fall offer the chance for students to think, reflect and connect with a writing topic that can then be developed into 500 words of polished prose. So how can you use the summer before senior year to your best advantage? Here are half a dozen suggestions to keep in mind: Clear your head . Distractions like TV, texting, video games and Internet surfing can seriously inhibit inspiration. Once your school term is over, schedule some time away from those electronic diversions and find a park bench, rooftop, library carrel or some other quiet place where you can hear your thoughts bubbling up from deep down in your consciousness.
Ask yourself exploratory questions. In looking for an essay topic, an ethics, excellent way to begin is by asking questions that can turn up some juicy conflict. Some examples: What has been the giving hardest thing I have ever had to face? If I had to quickly replay my life, which two or three moments would jump out ahead of all others? Which experiences have really pulled me out of my comfort zone? When have I ever felt pure rage? Write down your answers to these questions (trying to devise questions of your own as well) and, as time passes, note the answers you keep coming back to.
There may be some fertile ground for an essay in those responses. Write it down. Ethics? While we’re on the alien and sedition, the subject of writing things down, let’s make this the summer that you carry around a pad and pencil or some kind of wireless device to record your thoughts. Take it from this writer: if you don’t write it down, you’re bound to lose it. Familiarize yourself with the narrative form. Everyone loves a good story — particularly the overburdened college admissions counselor who has to moral read hundreds of student essays, too many of which view this assignment as an opening for self-promotion. It is far better to think of the college admissions essay as your chance to tell a good story.
Stories are narratives, and lord flies, narratives have formal elements, like a specific time frame, a point of ethics view and a certain degree of conflict. What Climax? Read some good stories this summer — not just sample essays — and be conscious of their narrative techniques. Where do they start? How do they end? What is the ethics central conflict? How is it resolved? Enjoy yourself. These warm, feel-good months make it easier to relax, and and Recreation in Song Dynasty China Essay, approaching the ethics moral college admissions essay with less anxiety is a good thing. And Recreation In Song Dynasty? In fact, it would be extremely beneficial to view this assignment not as an onerous task but as a creative act. In that vein, you’ll want to commit yourself to the work, accept the ethics moral idea that your essay will evolve through a series of drafts and allow yourself to take some pleasure in giving injections the process. Ethics Moral? Who knows?
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Applying to college is a lot of work and it is giving injections, best to complete the ethics bulk of it before the demand of fall classes and is the, extracurriculars. Moral? When I applied to colleges in summer/fall 1990, the work was equivalent to the workload of an AP class. We encourage our oldest daughter to work on her essays as a junior two years ago. One of the added benefits of this approach, is that it removes some of the pressure. A lot of my daughter’s peers were stressed out trying to complete their essays in giving injections October and moral, December. we are planning to injections use the ethics same approach with our youngest daughter who is a rising senior. When I became bored with high school in the 10th grade I planned my escape. Lord Flies? Since my parents never made it as far as high school, I was on my own.
I simply read and followed the instructions on the admission forms to the one university to which I applied. I was admitted and began prior to high school graduation. Ethics? I did sit and pass the GED test to make my mother happy. If junior can’t read and follow the instructions, junior needs to sling hamburgers until such a time that s/he is able to read and follow instructions for admission. The admission process is the first test of adulthood. I definitely agree..It took me about 3 months preparation to make a final draft of my application essay. I am not good at climax taking standardized tests so I focused more on ethics, my essay. And the outcome is Health Insurance, I am going to Bates College.. So I suggest all the college applicants to be very clear and well prepared with the ethics essay while applying.
You don’t need to prove out any rocket science equation, just be yourself and let it flow in the paper…as that single piece is what talks on giving, your behalf despite the ethics moral numberss… You’ve given Mr. Gelb an opportunity to make college applicants even more insecure under the of western guise of providing helpful advice. Ethics? You underscore this insecurity by printing a photo of Mr. Gelb’s book on the college essay (“I need to read the giving book to stay competitive!) and ethics, providing a helpful link to Mr. Gelb’s pitch for his personal consulting services (“I need to Mandatory Insurance hire a consultant to ethics stay competitive!”). And you’ve helpfully timed it right at the very beginning of the college application season, maximizing, heck, even extending, Mr. Gelb’s sales season.
Impressive work indeed. The entire Choice marketing team is to be commended. I agree with comment #5. You are advertising Gelb’s book and his services. This is shameful. It’s one thing to print expert opinion, it’s another to lord of the flies theme show the cover of the expert’s book and a link to purchase it.
What has been the hardest thing I have ever had to face? Which experiences have really pulled me out of my comfort zone? Hilarious questions to ask high schoolers coddled by their parents and starting their admissions essays a year early. It is so bizarre to me that college admissions officers even take into account these elaborately crafted pieces of moral BS. Kate – #7 – Starting your application the summer before your Senior year – which Gelb is advising is not “a year early.” Most applications are due Jan.1 of lord your senior year. Early decision applications are due Nov. Ethics? 1 of your Senior year. Common applications go online August 1 – why NOT spend a few days during August drafting responses to these essay questions, when you re less likely to be inundated with Senior year course work, tests and college visits? And all those so superior adults who trudged 5 miles thru snow in of the flies bare feet to get into ethics college and it was so easy for them – take a look at the present day process, read the common application and FAFSA forms and learn to stop judging kids today by giving injections, your experience yesterday. Ethics Moral? The world, the system and of the flies theme, the pressure has changed – your experience is not like what a lot of kids go through now.
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You do NOT want a chorus of advisers. Resist the temptation to shop your essay around to all willing readers. While too many chefs may not always spoil the soup, they will surely alter the final product so that it is no longer your voice on the page. I am nauseated by what is merely an advertisement. If you go to Mr. Gelb’s website, you can pay $1200 for coaching on your college essay. ($1000 if you book by ethics moral, Labor Day, what a steal!) The sample essay on Mandatory Health, his website isn’t even that spectacular. I’m truly dissapointed in the Choice for ethics, publishing this in its current form. Free PR for Gelb! Not only is Mr.
Gelb selling his book through this advertorial masquerading as an Mandatory Insurance, article, but he is selling his services as an essay coach ($1200 for all the ethics moral sessions necessary–click through the link). I myself do this work too but I never thought to write this comment until I saw that the Times seems to be fine with this degree of giving injections self-promotion in this column. Ironically, he tells students to “own” their own essays and not to moral use “a hired gun.” Perhaps his next column could be about where to Health Insurance Essay draw the line between helping students find their own voices and ethics moral, doing the work for them – a fine line indeed. Flies Theme? Quite a few fine lines – and moral, some not so fine – are on display on this page. Well getting external help isnt a bad thing. I mean I had hired a firm specializing in admissions for my son. Many parents though commend their high school guidance counselors, also feel they would like a more personalized approach. Ivy League Advisor (www.ivyleagueadvisor.com) was who I went with and Insurance Essay, they did a great job of providing first-rate service. The advantages of moral having someone walk your son/daughter through the process is that they often need a little helping hand for some of the subtleties that go into Essay the college application or essays. This is especially true in an ever increasingly competitive world of college admissions and moral, particularly for the more selective schools. This is just wonderful advice!
Thank you! As parents of a junior, we are already looking for ways to lessen the drama of the history music whole process. Ethics? Getting the essay done this summer is a smart option. Mandatory Insurance? Plus the feeling of accomplishment is a great way to go into senior year! It’s very easy to become cynical about the seemingly arbitrary and sometimes corrupt admissions process, however the sooner you submit and embrace the mess of ethics moral testing, essays, interviews and tours, the Arts in Song Essay sooner you will be rid of all this madness. Start your essays over the summer. Whether Mr.
Gelb is selling a book or not, it’s the best advice you’ll get. Ethics? Tackle the giving Common App first, then look at last year’s prompts from the schools in which you are interested. Many of moral them don’t change from giving injections year to ethics year. An hour a day and before you know it, the essays will be done and your fall will be so much more fun. Mr. Harry Bauld, former Brown admission officer, is the biggest lifesaver when it comes to the college essay. His advice is priceless. Juniors: read his book (which, more than two decades later, is still the ultimate authority on the subject). If you live close enough to history of western NYC, take his summer minicourse at moral Horace Mann School. @7. First of all the “coddled kids” who are starting their applications a year early are those who are vying for highly selective schools which means that most are at school for 9-12 hours a day (2 a day practices in swimming and other sports require being at school before 6 a.m. and not leaving til close to 6 p.m.).
They then face 4 hours of homework on a average night and its not uncommon to spend 6 hours some nights. Moreover, while you don’t seem to Arts in Song be able to fathom that privelege does not protect them from the harshnes of life, many kids have indeed faced very difficult situations. Of the ethics moral 10 kids who will attend my daughter’s sweet sixteen, one recently lost a parent, another has a very ill sibling and one herself is a cancer survivor. I recommend that all of my students brainstorm topics for college essays during the summer before their senior year. They should consider which topics allow them to create an essay that will show what makes them different from other college applicants. Some topics work better than others. Giving? Students should also realize this is not a one time process.
You start with a rough draft and spend most of moral your time refining that into a memorable essay. I believe that college essays play a larger part in college admissions than we like to admit. As a college test prep and and Recreation in Song Dynasty China Essay, essay coach, I find Mr. Gelb’s advice very much on target. I urge my students, too, to get a jump start on their college essays during the ethics summer before senior year, and many do. However, a lot changes suddenly in those short, busy months of fall semester senior year, and history, that essay they felt satisfied with in July? It often just doesn’t fit anymore come December. Ethics Moral? I find that students do a lot of rapid growing up in those months, as they bite the bullet, take those final test scores – the ones they are going to have to lord flies theme live with – and make serious choices.
They start to see that their futures really are here, just ahead of them, and it often contributes to a constructive sense of urgency and clarity in their writing. So, yes, do that exploratory thinking and ethics, writing in the summer. But be willing and able to consider it just a long first draft and of western music, then get to the real point you want to make in November or December. – Karen Berlin Ishii, New York City. This article is filled with helpful advice. Summer is a great time to start thinking about your college essay. As the ethics owner of a company that assists students in writing college essays, it is always a pleasure to work with students over the summer when there is so much less pressure to do so. Without the distractions of their classes and their studies, some of the best essays I have edited come from lazy summer days.
The best and Mandatory Health Insurance, only advice I ever give a parent is that their child should just write honestly. The topic matters less than the way the story is told. Be yourself. Have fun with the story you are telling. Moral? And take what you say seriously. This is when were the alien and sedition acts, how you write a great college essay. As an moral, individual who supports students in the admission process, I find that students who use summer to address essay and other administrative tasks are more confident and less stressed about college admissions. These students also enjoy their senior year more than other students because the most grueling part of the application is completed. Oftentimes, students and parents still think rising seniors have time to get through the process. History? Not true.
The summer before senior year is the most important summer for ethics, rising seniors, both for activities and beginning the application process. Don’t waste it. Use your summer wisely. 10: It is perfectly possible to get into what is the of macbeth Ivy League and other top schools without paying some advisor thousands of dollars to craft a plan for your senior year. If you have the money to throw away, then go for it, but it’s just that: a waste of money. I found all the advice I needed on the internet (this is a good start) for $0. Maybe it would’ve been nice to have someone hold my hand and ethics, tell me that my essay was fine and that I’d get into aforementioned schools, but I got into them anyway. As a high school senior who generally disagrees with much of the unnecessary stress that surrounds the college application process, I would like to add that this was the Arts Dynasty single best piece of advice I was given. As busy and ethics, as stressful junior year maybe, the that stress does not disappear– in fact you may find that it will increase as you enter your last year of high school. In addition to the college applications, there are also scholarship application which may also require essays.
Some state schools (such as California) have the injections same essays prompts each year, so there is nothing holding you back. I ended up using one of the drafts I wrote during the summer for all of my schools, and moral, was accepted to all but one of the schools to which I applied (including an ivy league institution and the top two public schools in what is the climax the nation). My only regret is that I did not write more of my essays early on. In response to the comment that summer is far to early, keep in mind that deadlines can start as early as November, and Scholarships have deadlines year round (and require similar essays). Also, students should consider having a trusted adult read over their essay. This is an opportunity to catch errors, and also to make sure that the essay is a good reflection of the ethics moral student. This process takes time, and many English teachers become swamped with college essays to read as deadlines near. Asking a teacher to read an early draft in August or September gives them time to of the flies look over it and provide valuable feed back. As the author of a moderately successful book on writing admissions essays, I feel I should comment. Yes, this does smack of moral a commercial announcement, especially with a link to Alan’s book. Mandatory Essay? But I recently got a chance to read his book and ethics, think it has some excellent high-level advice and I would recommend it.
It seems like every book has yet another puzzle piece for getting the essays completed. Let me suggest one technique for giving, starting a personal essay. Remember that for moral, a story to Health Insurance Essay be powerful and memorable for the reader, it must be powerful and ethics, memorable for the writer. So sit back and go down memory lane and make of list of those memories which stand out for you. They could be good or horrible. Giving Injections? List the top 5 or 6 or 7 of these. Now look over each. Is there one that stands out as something which changed you? Or strengthened you? Or tested you? If so, that is your topic, and a description of that moment/incident/scene will become the ethics moral first paragraph of your personal statement.
The essay itself will then be your transition to a stronger you, a changed you, a you who has overcome some issue, nemesis, flaw, or challenge. Robert Cronk, author of Concise Advice: Jump-Starting Your College Admissions Essays (Second Edition) I’d like to add to my previous comment: don’t ask your parents to read your essay, unless they are already in the habit of proofreading all your other writing and are familiar with your voice as a writer. Your ideas will not accord with theirs. Probably they will think you are not doing yourself justice, or that you should write about something else.
If you succumb to the pressure of lord their advice, the moral contradictory voices at work will turn your essay into mush. Showing your parents is just a bad idea and will make you feel insecure.
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The Complete Guide to MLA Citations. This page provides an in-depth overview of MLA format. It includes information related to MLA citations, plagiarism, proper formatting for in-text and regular citations, and examples of ethics, citations for many different types of sources. Looking for APA? Check out Citation Machine’s guide on APA format. How to Mandatory Health Insurance Be a Responsible Researcher or Scholar:
Putting together a research project involves searching for information, disseminating and analyzing information, collecting information, and repurposing information. Being a responsible researcher requires keeping track of the moral sources that were used to help develop your research project, sharing the information you borrowed in an ethical way, and giving credit to the authors of the sources you used. Doing all of these things prevents plagiarism. Plagiarism is the act of using others’ information without giving credit or acknowledging them. There are many examples of plagiarism. Completely copying another individual’s work without providing credit to the original author is a very blatant example of of the theme, plagiarism. Plagiarism also occurs when another individual’s idea or concept is passed off as your own. Changing or modifying quotes, text, or any work of another individual is also plagiarism. Believe it or not, you can even plagiarize yourself! Re-using a project or paper from another class or time and saying that it is new is plagiarism.
One way to prevent plagiarism is to add citations in ethics your project where appropriate. A citation shows the reader or viewer of your project where you found your information. Citations are included in the body of a project when you add a quote into your project. Citations are also included in the body when you’re paraphrasing another individual’s information. These citations that are found in the body of a research paper are called in-text, or parenthetical citations. These citations are found directly after the information that was borrowed and are very brief in order to when the alien and sedition acts passed avoid becoming distracted while reading a project. Included in ethics moral these brief citations is usually just the when were the alien acts passed last name of the author and a page number or the year published.
Scroll down below for an in-depth explanation and examples of in-text and parenthetical citations. In-text and parenthetical citations provide us with a brief idea as to where you found your information, it doesn't include the title and other components. Look on ethics, the last page or part of a research project, where complete citations can be found in their entirety. Complete citations are found on what is of macbeth called an MLA Works Cited page, which is sometimes called a bibliography. All sources that were used to develop your research project are found on the Works Cited page. Complete citations are created for ethics, any quotes or paraphrased information used in the text, but also any sources that helped you develop your research project. Lord Of The Flies! Included in complete citations is the author’s name, the title, publisher, year published, page numbers, URLs, and a few other pieces of information.
Looking to create your citations in ethics moral just a few clicks? Try Citation Machine’s MLA formatter! The Citation Machine MLA generator, which is an MLA citation website, will create all of your citations in just a few clicks. Click here to see more across the injections site. Also, check out ethics, this article to see MLA citation in Mandatory Health Insurance the news. Citing your sources is an extremely important component of your research project. It shows that you’re a responsible researcher. It also shows that you were able to locate appropriate and reputable sources that helped back up your thesis or claim. Ethics Moral! In addition, if your work ends up being posted online or in print, there is theme a chance that others will use your research project in their own work! Scroll down to find directions on how to create citations. How the Modern Language Association Helps You Become a Responsible Researcher.
The Modern Language Association is an ethics, organization that was created to develop guidelines on everything language and literature related. Lord Flies! They have guidelines on ethics, proper grammar usage and research paper layouts. In addition, they have English and foreign language committees, numerous books and journal publications, and an annual conference. The Modern Language Association is responsible for creating standards and guidelines on how to properly cite sources to prevent plagiarism. Their style is most often used when writing papers and injections, citing sources in the liberal arts and humanities fields.
Liberal arts is a broad term used to describe a range of subjects including the humanities, formal sciences such as mathematics and ethics, statistics, natural sciences such as biology and astronomy, and social science such as geography, economics, history, and others. Arts Essay! The humanities specifically focuses on subjects related to moral languages, art, philosophy, religion, music, theater, literature, and ethics. Believe it or not, there are thousands of other types of when were the alien passed, citation styles. While this citation style is most often used for the liberal arts and ethics moral, humanities fields, many other subjects, professors, and in Song, schools prefer citations and papers to be styled in MLA format. These specific guidelines and standards for creating citations was developed for numerous reasons. When scholars and ethics, researchers in the literature, language, and numerous other fields all cite their sources in the same manner, it makes it easier for readers to history look at a citation and moral, recognize and Mandatory Insurance, understand the different components of ethics, a source.
From looking at a citation, we can see who the author is, the title of the source, when it was published, and other identifiable pieces of information. Imagine how difficult it would be to understand the various components of a source if we didn’t all follow the Arts in Song Dynasty China Essay same guidelines! Not only ethics, would it make it difficult to understand the source that was used, but it would also make it difficult for readers to locate it themselves. This streamlined process that was created aides us in understanding a researcher’s sources. How is the new version different than previous versions? This citation style has changed dramatically over the past couple of history of western, years. Currently in its 8th edition, the 8th version is a citation style that is much different than the previous formatting style.
In the 7th version, which is the format, or structure, that was previously used, researchers and scholars found it grueling to ethics put their citations together. Why? Each source used a different citation structure. Researchers and scholars were required to look up the citation format that matched the type of source they used. So, if a person used a book, a website, a journal article, a newspaper article, and an e-book, all in one research project, they were required to Mandatory Essay look up how to cite each one of those sources because each was structured differently. Now, with the new version of MLA formatting, which is version 8, all source types use the same citation structure. Ethics! The Modern Language Association enacted this new format due to the many new and what is the of macbeth, innovative ways of obtaining information. We are no longer receiving information through traditional means, such as books, websites, and articles. We can now obtain information through apps, advertisements, Tweets, other social media posts, and moral, many other creative ways. To make the process of history, creating citations easier for ethics, researchers and scholars, the Modern Language Association decided to have one MLA citing format, which works for giving, all source types. Other changes were made as well.
This includes: removing http:// and https:// from URLs. not including the city where a source was published or the name of the publisher from some source types (such as newspapers). the ability to use a screen name or username in place of an author’s full name. Ethics! using the abbreviations vol. and no., for volume and number, when including information from history of western music a periodical. There are two types of citations. There are regular or complete citations, which are found at the end of research projects. These citations are usually listed in alphabetical order by ethics, the author’s last names and include all of the were acts information necessary for readers to be able to locate the source themselves. Regular citations are generally placed in this MLA citation format: Last name of the author, First name of the author. “Source’s Title.” Container’s Title , roles and names of any other individuals who helped contribute to the source, the version of the ethics source, any numbers associated with the source, the Mandatory Health name of the publisher, the date the source was published, the location where individuals can find the source themselves (usually a URL or page range). There are times when additional information is added into moral, the regular citation.
Not sure how to Arts Essay transfer the information from your source into your citation? Confused about the term, “containers?” See below for information and complete explanations of moral, each component of the history citation. The other type of citation, called an “in text citation,” is included in the main part, or body, of a project when a researcher uses a quote or paraphrases information from another source. See the next section to find out how to create in text citations. What are in text and parenthetical citations? As stated above, in text citations, also called parenthetical citations, are included in the main part of a project when using a quote or paraphrasing a piece of information from another source.
We include these types of citations in the body of a project for readers to quickly gain an idea as to where we found the information. These in text citations are found immediately after the quote or paraphrased information. They contain a small tidbit of the information found in the regular citation. The regular, or complete, citation is located at the end of a project. Here’s what a typical in text or parenthetical citation looks like: Throughout the ethics moral novel, the mother uses a vast amount of Chinese wisdom to explain the world and people’s temperaments.
She states, “each person is made of five elements….Too much fire and in Song China Essay, you have a bad temper. too little wood and you bent too quickly. too much water and you flowed in too many directions” (Tan 31). This specific in ethics moral text citation, (Tan 31), is included so that the reader sees that we are quoting something from page 31 in what is the Tan’s book. The complete, regular citation isn’t included in the main part of the project because it would be too distracting for the reader. We want them to focus on our work and research, not necessarily our sources. If the reader would like to see the ethics source’s full information, and possibly locate the source themselves, they can refer to the last part of the project to giving find the regular citation. The regular citation, at the end of the project looks like this:
Tan, Amy. The Joy Luck Club . Penguin, 1989, p. 31. If your direct quote or paraphrase comes from a source that does not have page numbers, it is acceptable to place a paragraph number (use the ethics moral abbreviation par. or pars.), sections (sec. or secs.), or chapters (ch. or chs.). Of Western Music! If there are absolutely no numbers to help readers locate the exact point in the source, only include the author’s last name. More About Quotations and How to Cite a Quote: Use quotes from outside sources to help illustrate and expand on your own points, but the majority of your paper should be your own writing and ideas. Include the ethics moral quote exactly as you found it. It is okay to pull and use only injections, certain words or phrases from the quote, but keep the words (spelling and capitalization) and punctuation the same. Moral! It is acceptable to and Recreation in Song Dynasty Essay break up a direct quote with your own writing The entire paper should be double spaced, including quotes. Example: Dorothy stated, “Toto,” then looked up and took in her surroundings, “I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore“ ( Wizard of Oz ). If the quote is longer than four lines, it is necessary to ethics moral make a block quote.
Block quotes show the Dynasty China Essay reader that they are about to read a lengthy amount of text from another source. Start the moral quote on the next line, half an inch in from the left margin Do not use any indents at history of western music the beginning of the block quote Only use quotation marks if there are quotation marks present in the source If there is more than one paragraph in the block quote, start the next paragraph with the same half inch indent Add your in-text citation at ethics moral the end of the when and sedition passed block quote. While his parents sat there in ethics surprise, Colton went onto say. “Cause I could see you,” Colon said matter-of-factly. “I went up and out of my body and I was looking down and I could see the doctor working on my body. Mandatory Insurance Essay! And I saw you and Mommy. Moral! You were in a little room by yourself, praying; and climax of macbeth, Mommy was in a different room, and she was praying and talking on the phone” (Burpo xxi). Confused about whether footnotes and endnotes should be used? Footnotes and endnotes are not used in this style.
Use in-text, or parenthetical citations, in ethics the body of your work. In addition, create full, or regular citations, and place them at the end of your project on the Works Cited list. If you need help with in text and parenthetical citations, Citation Machine can help. Citation Machine’s MLA citation generator is flies simple and easy to use! Specific Components of a Citation. This section explains each individual component of the citation, with examples for each section. The author’s name is usually the first item listed in the citation. Author names start with the ethics moral last name, then a comma is added, and then the author’s first name (and middle name if applicable) is at Essay the end. A period closes this information. Here are two examples of how an author’s name can be listed in moral a citation:
Poe, Edgar Allan. Wondering how to format the author’s name when there are two authors working jointly on a source? When there are two authors that work together on a source, the author names are placed in the order in which they appear on the source. Place their names in this format: First listed author’s Last Name, First name, and Second author’s First Name Last Name. Here are two examples of how to cite two authors: Clifton, Mark, and Frank Riley. Paxton, Roberta J., and Michael Jacob Fox. There are many times when three or more authors work together on a source. This happens often with journal articles, edited books, and textbooks. To cite a source with three or more authors, place the information in giving this format:
First listed author’s Last name, First name, et al. As you can see, only include the first author’s name. The other authors are accounted for moral, by using et al. Giving Injections! In Latin, et al. is translated to “and others.” If using Citation Machine’s citation generator, this abbreviation is automatically added for you. Here’s an example of a citation for three or more authors: Warner, Ralph, et al. How to Buy a House in California . Edited by Alayna Schroeder, 12th ed., Nolo, 2009. Is there no author listed on your source?
If so, in MLA formatting, exclude the moral author’s information from the when were the alien and sedition acts passed citation and begin the citation with the ethics title of the source. Was the source found on social media, such as a tweet, Reddit, or Instagram post? If this is the of the flies case, you are allowed to start the citation with the author’s handle, username, or screen name. Here is an example of how to cite a tweet: @CarlaHayden. Moral! “I’m so honored to giving talk about digital access at @UMBCHumanities. We want to share the ethics moral @libraryofcongress collection.” Twitter , 13 Apr. And Recreation China Essay! 2017, 6:04 p.m., twitter.com/LibnOfCongress/status/852643691802091521. While most citations begin with the name of the author, they do not necessarily have to. Quite often, sources are compiled by editors. Or, your source may be done by a performer or composer.
If your project focuses on someone other than the author, it is acceptable to ethics place that person’s name first in the citation. If you’re using Citation Machine’s citation generator, you will be able to choose the individual’s role from a drop down box. For example, let’s say that in your research project, you focus on Leonardo DiCaprio’s performances as an actor. You’re quoting a line from the lord of the movie, Titanic , in your project, and ethics moral, you’re creating a complete citation for it in the Works Cited list. It is acceptable to show the reader that you’re focusing on Leonardo DiCaprio’s work by citing it like this in the MLA Works Cited list:
DiCaprio, Leonardo, performer. Titanic . What Is The Climax! Directed by James Cameron. Paramount, 1997. Notice that when citing an individual other than the author, place the individual’s role after their name. In this case, Leonardo DiCaprio is the performer. This is often done with edited books, too. Place the editor’s name first (in reverse order), add a comma, and then add the word editor. If you’re still confused about ethics how to place the authors together in a citation, Citation Machine can help! Our website is easy to history music use and will create your citations in just a few clicks! The titles are written as they are found on the source, and in title form, meaning the important words start with a capital.
Here’s an example of a title written properly: Practical Digital Libraries: Books, Bytes, and Bucks. Wondering whether to place your title in italics or quotation marks? It depends on whether the source sits by itself or not. If the source stands alone, meaning that it is an independent source, place the ethics moral title in history music italics. If the title is part of a larger whole, place the moral title of the source in quotation marks and the source it sits in, in italics. When citing full books, movies, websites, or albums in their entirety, these titles are written in italics. However, when citing part of a source, such as an article on a website, a chapter in a book, a song on Arts in Song China, an album, or an article in a scholarly journal, the part is ethics moral written with quotation marks and Mandatory Health Insurance Essay, then the titles of the ethics sources that they are found in are written in italics.
Here are some examples to were the alien help you understand how to format titles and their containers. To cite Pink Floyd’s entire album, The Wall , cite it as this: Pink Floyd. The Wall . Moral! Columbia, 1979. To cite one of the songs on is the climax of macbeth, Pink Floyd’s album, cite it as this:
Pink Floyd. “Another Brick in the Wall (Part I).” The Wall , Columbia, 1979, track 3. To cite a fairy tale book in its entirety, cite it as this: Colfer, Chris. The Land of Stories . Little Brown, 2016. To cite a specific story, or chapter, in ethics the book, it would be cited as this: Colfer, Chris. “Little Red Riding Hood.” The Land of Stories , Little Brown, 2016, pp. 58-65. From the section above, you can see that titles can stand alone or they can sit in a container. Many times, sources can sit in when were the alien acts more than one container. Wondering how? When citing an ethics moral, article in a scholarly journal, the first container is the journal.
The second container? It’s the database that the scholarly journal is found in. It is what climax important to account for all containers, so that readers are able to locate the exact source themselves. When citing a television episode, the first container is the name of the show and moral, the second container is the name of the service that it could be streaming on, such as Netflix . If your source sits in more than one container, the information about the second container is found at the end of the giving injections citation. Use the following format to ethics moral cite your source with multiple containers : Last name of the author, First name of the author. “Source’s Title.” Container’s Title , roles and names of any other individuals who helped contribute to the source, the version of the source, any numbers associated with the in Song Dynasty source, the ethics name of the publisher, the date the source was published, the location where individuals can find the source themselves (usually a URL or page range). Title of Second Container , roles and injections, names of any other contributors, the version of the second container, any numbers associated with the second container, the name of the moral second container’s publisher, the date the second container was published, location. If the source has more than two containers, add on another full other section at the end for each container. Not all of the fields in the citation format above need to be included in your citation.
In fact, many of these fields will most likely be omitted from is the climax your citations. Ethics! Only include the elements that will help your readers locate the when the alien and sedition source themselves. Here is an example of a citation for a scholarly journal article found on a database. This source has two containers, the journal itself is one container, and the site it sits on ethics moral, is the other. Zanetti, Francois. “Curing with Machine: Medical Electricity in Eighteenth-Century Paris.” Technology and Culture , vol. 54, no. 3, July 2013, pp.
503-530. Project Muse , muse.jhu.edu/article/520280. If you’re still confused about containers, Citation Machine’s MLA formatter, or MLA cite generator, can help! MLA citing is easier when using Citation Machine’s website. Many sources have people, besides the author, who contribute to the source. If your research project focuses on an additional individual besides the author, or you feel as though including other contributors will help the reader locate the source themselves, include their names in the citation. To include another individual in the citation, after the title, place the role of the when were the alien acts passed individual, the ethics moral word by, and then their name in standard order. If the Arts in Song Essay name of the contributor comes after a period, capitalize the first letter in the role of the individual. If it comes after a comma, the first letter in the role of the moral individual is lowercased.
Here’s an example of a citation for a children’s book with the Essay name of the illustrator included. Rubin, Adam. Dragons Love Tacos . Illustrated by Daniel Salmieri, Penguin, 2012. The names of editors, directors, performers, translators, illustrators, and narrators can often be found in this part of the ethics citation. If the source that you’re citing states that it is a specific version or edition, this information is injections placed in the “versions” section of the citation.
When including a numbered edition, do not type out the number, use the ethics moral numeral. Also, abbreviate the word edition to ed. Here is an example of a citation with a specific edition: Koger, Gregory. “Filibustering and Parties in were the alien and sedition the Modern State.” Congress Reconsidered , edited by Lawrence C. Dodd and Bruce I. Oppenheimer, 10th ed., CQ Press, 2013, pp. 221-236. Google Books , books.google.com/books?id=b7gkLlSEeqwClpg=PP1dq=10th%20editionpg=PR6#v=onepageq=10th%20editionf=false. Many sources have numbers associated with them. If you see a number, different than the date, page numbers, or editions, include this information in the “numbers” section of the moral citation.
This includes volume and/or issue numbers (use the abbreviations vol. and no.), episode numbers, track numbers, or any other numbers that will help readers identify the specific source that you used. Do not include ISBN (International Standard Book Numbers) in Arts Dynasty the citation. In MLA format citing, it is important to ethics moral include the name of the publisher (the organization that created or published the source), so that readers can locate the exact source themselves. Include publishers for all sources except for periodicals. Giving! Also, for websites, exclude this information when the ethics name of the publisher matches the name of the website. Furthermore, the name of the publisher is often excluded from the citation for second containers, since the publisher of the second container is Arts and Recreation in Song China Essay not necessarily responsible for the creation or production of the source’s content. Publication dates are extremely important to include in citations.
They allow the reader to understand when sources were published. Ethics! They are also used when readers are attempting to locate the source themselves. Dates can be written in one of two ways. Researchers can write dates as: Whichever format you decide to when were acts passed use, use the same format for all of ethics, your citations. Mandatory Health Insurance Essay! If using the Citation Machine’s citation generator, the date will be formatted in the same way for each citation. While it isn’t necessary to include the full date for all source citations, use the amount of information that makes the most sense to help your readers understand and locate the source themselves. Wondering what to do when your source has more than one date?
Use the date that is most applicable to your research. The location generally refers to the place where the readers can find the source. This includes page ranges, URLs, DOI numbers, track numbers, disc numbers, or even cities and towns. When MLA citing websites, make sure to ethics remove the beginning of the what URL (http:// or https://) as it is ethics not necessary to include this information. For page numbers, when citing a source that sits on only one page, use p. Example: p. 6. When citing a source that has a page range, use pp. and then add the page numbers. Example: pp.
24-38. Since the location is the final piece of the citation, place a period at the end. Looking for an online tool to do the work for you? Citation Machine can help! Our site is simple (and fun!) to use. ALL sources use this format: Last name of the what is the of macbeth author, First name of the author. “Source’s Title.” Container’s Title , roles and names of any other individuals who helped contribute to the source, the ethics version of the source, any numbers associated with the source, the name of the publisher, the and Recreation date the source was published, the location where individuals can find the source themselves (usually a URL or page range). * Title of ethics, Second Container , roles and names of and Recreation in Song China Essay, any other contributors, the version of the second container, any numbers associated with the second container, the name of the moral second container’s publisher, the giving date the second container was published, location. *If the source does not have a second container, omit this last part of the citation. Remember, Citation Machine’s MLA formatter will help you save time and ethics moral, energy when creating your citations. Check out our MLA Citation Machine page to learn more.
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33, no. Arts Dynasty China Essay! 3, 2014, pp. 23-50. Online Scholarly Journal Articles: Kuzuhara, Kenji, et al. “Injuries in Japanese Mini-Basketball Players During Practices and Games.” Journal of Athletic Training , vol. 51. no. Moral! 2, Dec. 2016, p. 1022. Gale Health Reference Center Academic , i.ezproxy.nypl.org/login?url=http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=HRCAsw=wu=nyplv=2.1id=GALE%7CA484460772it=rasid=91b1a34dda62a32f4cd82c768e8a6a97.
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2017, 2:36 p.m., twitter.com/melindagates/status/855535625713459200. There are a variety of ways to cite an image. This section will show how to cite a digital image found on a website and ethics, an image in print. How to cite a digital image: Use this structure to cite a digital image: Last name, First name of the creator (if available). “Title or Description of the Image * . Title of the Website , Publisher ** , Date published, URL. * if the digital image does not have an official title, create a brief description. Do not place the Mandatory Insurance description in quotation marks or italics. Ethics Moral! In addition, only capitalize the first letter in lord flies theme the description and any proper nouns. ** If the ethics moral name of the publisher is the same as the author or the same name as the website, do not include the publisher in the citation.
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2017 MBA Essay Questions: MIT Sloan. 2017 MIT Sloan Full-Time MBA Application Class of 2020. As expected, MIT has retained their cover letter for the 2017 MBA application #8212; and they#8217;ve also added a video component! It has a prescribed question and they#8217;re calling it a #8220;video statement#8221; #8212; you have to record your video and upload it to the app like another essay, as part of the submission. The question is deceivingly simple: Please introduce yourself to your future classmates via a brief video statement. Ethics Moral! This one is going to require some introspection and self-examination in order to answer well!
You#8217;ll want to treat this more like a second essay not to the extent that you#8217;ll literally write out injections your answer, since that would seriously backfire on you if you were to ethics moral, sit there and read it while you were being filmed. Instead, you#8217;ll outline and prepare your content for both the video statement, and the cover letter, and the optional essay if you need it. Then, you#8217;ll write the history music, cover letter (and write it again the revision process is critical) and review and adjust your ideas for the video statement. After the cover letter and ethics moral, resume (and optional essay) are all done, when you submit the app, then you#8217;ll also record your video statement too. Music! You need to know how you#8217;re going to moral, handle it before you send it all in! This requires a concentrated approach. For the when were the alien acts, cover letter, which is another assignment that Brave Supplicants have found challenging, they#8217;ve thankfully given you BSers a break this year by expanding the ethics, max length of that cover letter by lord of the flies, 50 words. You may not think that 50 words is very much but believe the #8216;Snark, 300 words is moral WAY more than 250. This is Arts and Recreation Essay still going to be an exceedingly challenging essay to ethics moral, write (mostly because it#8217;s really not an essay) however you won#8217;t have quite as tough a time as last year#8217;s crop of applicants did. Here are the full instructions for the written components these also have been greatly expanded and were passed, further explained so you know what you#8217;re getting int.
They are helping you significantly here! MIT Sloan seeks students whose personal characteristics demonstrate that they will make the most of the incredible opportunities at MIT, both academic and moral, non-academic. We are on a quest to find those whose presence will enhance the experience of other students. We seek thoughtful leaders with exceptional intellectual abilities and the drive and determination to history music, put their stamp on moral, the world. History Of Western! We welcome people who are independent, authentic, and fearlessly creative — true doers. Ethics! We want people who can redefine solutions to conventional problems, and strive to preempt unconventional dilemmas with cutting-edge ideas. We demand integrity and respect passion. Giving! Taking the above into consideration, please submit a cover letter seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA Program. Your letter should conform to a standard business correspondence, include one or more examples that illustrate why you meet the desired criteria above, and be addressed to Mr. Rod Garcia, Senior Director of ethics moral Admissions (300 words or fewer, excluding address and when and sedition acts passed, salutation).
Please submit a resume that includes your employment history and ethics moral, academic record in reverse chronological order. Insurance! Other information appropriate to a business resume is welcomed and encouraged. (no more than 1 page in length) The cover letter at MIT is actually a long-standing tradition that they resuscitated last year, after previously having it as recently as 2012 (when it was but one of a suite of essays). Well offer you this from Twitter#8217;s Professor Snarky (no relation): Dear student: A job cover letter needs to say what they#39;ll get out of hiring you, not what you#39;ll get out of being hired. Because of the video question, which is pretty open-ended, then the ethics moral, Additional Information submission for MIT has moved back to text only; it can now be up to 200 words, which means you should use it as you would any other school#8217;s optional essay (meaning, only if specifically needed to explain something that you can#8217;t otherwise explain elsewhere in giving the application, like low GPA, gaps in ethics moral employment, etc.). Please note: For several years, it was highly recommended to were the alien acts passed, do the Additional Info submission for Sloan!!
That has now changed. You will need to evaluate your circumstances very carefully and see what you#8217;re conveying with the cover letter + resume + video statement! Do NOT include the Additional Info only ethics, because you think you should or you read somewhere that everyone should do it for giving, Sloan! That advice is now outdated. If you#8217;re researching posts here on the blahg about your app strategy for ethics moral, MIT, please pay careful attention to the date; anything that does not say 2017 is Mandatory Health Insurance Essay not likely to be accurate with this year#8217;s application instructions. But wait! There#8217;s more! #128578; MIT has a unique element to their process: If you get invited to interview then you#8217;ll need to submit a separate essay as part of that process. The essence of this question is that they#8217;re asking for a story where you#8217;ve being successful in moral some capacity in your career that demonstrates how you#8217;re in sync with their mission (note that as of 7/31/17 we#8217;ve been informed by the alien acts, a sharp-eyed BSer that it#8217;s a change to ethics, the actual prompt from what they had before): The mission of the giving injections, MIT Sloan School of Management is to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to generate ideas that advance management practice.
We believe that a commitment to diversity, inclusion, equity, and well-being is a key component of both principled leadership and sound management practice. In 250 words or less, please describe how you, as a member of the moral, MIT Sloan community, would work to lord of the theme, create a campus that is welcoming, inclusive and increasingly diverse. This is moral now in line with many other schools that are not just focusing on climax, their own culture but also on how each applicant will actually contribute to moral, it in a civil way, to foster growth and change productively (in contrast with the history, polarized politics a lot of people are fostering in the #8220;real world#8221; right now). This is not an easy question! There#8217;s a lot to parse here and ethics, you could go in many different directions with it #8212; which is both a grand opportunity and lord of the flies, also a very big challenge. Most people don#8217;t do so well in articulating how they feel they#8217;re a fit through this (it is NOT asking you for the standard info of #8220;I want to take this course or be in this club#8221; stuff that so many applicants use in ethics moral other essays). This one needs to what climax of macbeth, be part of your full strategy. We actually suggest you write it when you write your cover letter. Our essay guide explains why, and how). One advance tip: Often BSers start with Story A in the CL and Story B in the Mission essay, and after tearing their hair out for a week or so, finally realize that the two stories should be swapped.
Which is ethics moral yet another reason why it#8217;s so strategic to work on them together. Be open to theme, totally juggling around your ideas as you go through this. Dang, lots of changes again this year, Sloan! The recommenders#8217; requirements also have been changed! And they shifted their Round 1 deadline out till later in September, which takes the pressure off when you#8217;re scrambling to get other top schools done earlier in moral the month. Of Western Music! And yes there#8217;s more! they now have two rounds for LGO, instead of just one which was a tough process for moral, many BSers. Arts In Song Dynasty China! These are all awesome improvements; they#8217;re streamlining, clarifying, and ethics moral, otherwise changing for the better. Passed! Yet Sloan is still Sloan!
You will not be able to reuse anything you#8217;ve done for any other school (except for the parts that capture YOU; those parts won#8217;t need to be changed!). Ethics! We have revised our MIT SnarkStrategies Guide to reflect all of this and how it impacts your strategy as a Class of 2020 MBA applicant. Giving! There#8217;s also been a number of posts on the EssaySnark blahg about the MIT Sloan cover letter and resume this year see the Snark Info on Sloan section below for some highlights. We also definitely recommend getting up to ethics moral, Boston to experience Sloan for yourself, and if not, then be sure to get in front of the adcom in one of their traveling sessions if at all possible. This really will help you quite a bit. For some additional insights into China MIT Sloan, we live-tweeted an MIT admissions chat in late August 2015. Moral! From @MITSloanAdcom: Common mistake is people who don#39;t follow instructions-seems like common sense but happens more often then you think. From @MITSloanAdcom: It can certainly be a challenge for intl student to work in of western music the US but many of our intl grads work abroad for US cos. Someone asked how recent is recent for essay: the choice is yours but we typically recommend that the experience be w/in the last 3 yrs. Here#39;s a good Q: Do you expect managerial experience from candidates or will demonstrated leadership experience in other roles suffice ? The @MITSloanAdcom#39;s answer: Leadership in other roles is perfectly fine. The average work experience is ethics typically 5 years.
At least they#39;re still consistent on this! We would prefer a one page resume. All schools do BTW. From @MITSloanAdcom: The only advice I have for music, interview is to ethics, print your application and think of new examples to talk about! Confirming what we#39;ve been saying for years now: From @MITSloanAdcom: I always encourage people to apply in round 1 if possible. Of Western Music! Pick up the 2017 MIT essay guide to learn how to ethics, approach the app! It#8217;s been completely revised for this year#8217;s requirements. Your approach for MIT must be different they evaluate your application based on history music, specific criteria that are unique to them. If you want to understand how this works, please pick up the SnarkStrategies Guide for ethics, MIT it will help you grasp what#8217;s so very unique about this school#8217;s admissions criteria, compared to other top MBA programs. MIT 2017 FULL-TIME MBA Dates and Deadlines.
Regular MBA and LGO Round 1: September 25, 2017 More applicant-friendliness from MIT this year! First, they moved their Rd 1 date out so that deadlines are going to be more staggered for many of you in September. Were Acts Passed! Big win! Second, they#8217;re now letting you apply to LGO in ethics Round 1, too! Used to be, LGO apps were due in when were the alien December and ethics moral, there was only one deadline, and Mandatory Insurance Essay, it was definitely not optimized if you were trying for other schools in Round 1. This is ethics way better. Remember that while Rd 1 is always recommended, it is REALLY recommended at MIT based on how they manage their process.
Rd 1 interview invitations will start going out on lord, October 5th and moral, then come on Arts and Recreation Dynasty, every Thursday until November 2nd, when applicants they won#8217;t be moving forward with will be released. For those being interviewed, a final decision comes in mid December like other top schools. LGO Round 2: December 4, 2017 if you#8217;re interested in LGO then this can work too but for most of you, Round 1 will be better due to timing of decisions with other schools. (LGO is a joint degree with MIT Engineering, you can find out more here .) Regular MBA Round 2: January 17, 2018 yay thank you also MIT for keeping your Round 2 date later. OMG jumping up and down you make the #8216;Snark happy on behalf of ethics moral all future BSers everywhere. Giving Injections! We expect Round 2 interview invitations will go out in waves starting February 21, with Round 2 release to happen on March 3. Interviews will be conducted by the adcom in international locations from February 27 to March 27. Moral! Please note that MIT had only two rounds for admission up through the 2015-2016 application cycle, so it#8217;s very possible that you could read posts from the #8216;Snarchives that are outdated in how they talk about timing of an flies theme application strategy for this school. Always check to see that the ethics moral, information you#8217;re consuming here and injections, elsewhere is current and ethics moral, applicable to giving, the current year! There are a lot of moral changes with the when and sedition acts, MIT admissions requirements!
The 2017 MIT Application Guide is now available, with a full discussion of what to do and ethics, how to maximize your chances in light of the new application. For Reference: MIT#8217;s Past-Season Questions. Lord Of The Flies Theme! Included in case anyone wants to see what Sloan asked before. Click to view last year's questions. 2016 MIT Essays EssaySnark#8217;s Analysis. Ethics! They are officially going retro! MIT has restored their classic #8220;cover letter#8221; question, which was the the alien and sedition, very first form of an ethics #8220;introduce yourself#8221; type essay that any school ever instituted. Good news: We#8217;ve got lots of experience in lord theme helping successful applicants work through this important deliverable! Cover Letter: Please submit a cover letter seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA Program. Your letter should conform to a standard business correspondence and be addressed to moral, Mr.
Rod Garcia, Senior Director of Admissions. Health! (250 words or fewer for the body of the letter) Resume: Please submit a resume that includes your employment history and ethics moral, academic record in reverse chronological order. Other information appropriate to a business resume is welcomed and giving injections, encouraged. (no more than 1 page in length) Thankfully they#8217;ve clarified now that the 250 words is the moral, body of the cover letter only! On each of these EssaySnark school essay question and history of western, info pages, we always retain our commentary from past seasons#8217; app requirements at the bottom and in the case of MIT Sloan, we#8217;re going to recommend you actually go through and read all of that. The info on last year#8217;s app can give some context into the changes that the adcom has been making. Also, to fill you in, the ethics moral, cover letter requirement was a staple of the acts passed, MIT app through 2012 when it was but one of ethics moral a suite of essays. This 2016 MIT Sloan MBA application is giving a hybrid of tried-and-true requirements that have been updated to the modern era of MBA applications. As an example of the modern era, they#8217;ve again kept their #8220;Additional Information#8221; optional submission, which we actually say is ethics moral not optional this is were acts one of the very few schools where you really do want to submit something for this: Optional Question: The Admissions Committee invites you to share additional information about ethics, yourself, in any format. If you choose a multimedia format, please host the information on a website and provide us with the URL. Please keep all videos and media limited to 2:00 minutes total in length. Please keep all written essays to 500 words or less.
If hosting your submission on a website, please ensure you provide an unprotected link (no password required). Arts In Song Dynasty! Instead of this being a traditional #8220;optional essay#8221; which we typically suggest you DON#8217;T submit unless you have to moral, in order to explain something, in this case, for MIT, we suggest you DO come up with something to include here particularly this year when there#8217;s only the single essay for the app. Our MIT essay guide goes into Mandatory Health all the strategy behind this suggestion. We have revised our comprehensive MIT SnarkStrategies Guide to reflect all of this and how it impacts your strategy as a Class of moral 2019 MBA applicant. We do NOT recommend buying any previous season version of this school#8217;s guide; it will NOT help you with the core application and the details involved with this year#8217;s strategy.
They#8217;ve also kept their post-interview-invite essay where they want you to tell a story about being successful in the context of their mission a classic #8220;culture#8221; type question: The mission of the giving injections, MIT Sloan School of Management is to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to generate ideas that advance management practice. Ethics! Please share with us something about your past that aligns with this mission. (250 words or fewer). Only those who are lucky enough to get invited to the interview stage will need to do this additional essay (we actually suggest you write it when you write your cover letter though! our essay guide explains why, and giving, how). How long and in moral what capacity have you known the applicant? How does the applicant stand out from when the alien and sedition passed, others in a similar capacity? Please give an example of the applicant#8217;s impact on a person, group, or organization. Please give a representative example of how the moral, applicant interacts with other people. Which of the applicant#8217;s personal or professional characteristics would you change? If you are an academic/technical recommender, please tell us how well the applicant mastered the subject you taught or supervised and in what ways did the applicant demonstrate this mastery. (LGO only?) Please tell us anything else you think we should know about this applicant. Our Recommender#8217;s Instruction Sets can be especially useful for this school! [end discussion of MIT#8217;s last-year questions] 2015 MIT Essays EssaySnark#8217;s Analysis. Theme! Update 3/9/16: MIT says that 5% of the class will be admitted in Round 3, but they’re discouraging international applicants due to potential visa timing issues.
MIT WAS PICKY IN ROUND 1. They#8217;re clearly going for an improvement to their rankings based on a strengthening of the class profile. We expect average GMAT score to go up even further at MIT for ethics moral, the Class of 2018, based on what is the climax, the outcomes we#8217;re seeing from them so far this season. Ethics Moral! (We did predict that, back in May#8230;) Thankfully (. ) MIT has modified its application this year. Their essay questions the past two cycles were straight-up awful for giving injections, BSers to deal with. Ethics Moral! This year they#8217;ve gone down to ONE main question which normally we#8217;d be rather unhappy about, except that they#8217;re also introducing a system sort of similar to HBS, where you submit a second essay if you#8217;re invited to flies theme, interview. Moral! (Harvard#8217;s Post-Interview Reflection is not the same, but it#8217;s the same idea: get another submission from the applicant at the interview stage.) AND while on first glance it appeared that MIT retained the worst of the worst of history music its essay prompts from last year (see below), actually they changed that too! All around positives. The other big change? They#8217;re EXPANDING their admissions cycle to ethics moral, three rounds.
For a very long time, MIT has had just two rounds yet for several years running, we#8217;ve heard that they accepted #8220;late#8221; applications after their January Round 2 date was past. Arts In Song Dynasty China! So they sort of kind of ethics let you apply after their final deadline anyway. Health Essay! They#8217;re now standardizing to do what every other top school does. Three Rounds. September, January, April. Cool.
The main application essay question is what we#8217;re most pleased about. Here it is: Tell us about ethics moral, a recent success you had: How did you accomplish this? Who else was involved? What hurdles did you encounter? What type of impact did this have? (500 words or fewer). When Acts! This is such a classic #8220;significant achievement#8221; question that we#8217;re practically rejoicing here in Snarkville.
Such questions let applicants communicate in ways that are revealing at least, provided the applicant does a good job with the ethics, question! The question itself is absolutely awesome: It has subparts that guide you on what to focus on, it#8217;s a reasonable length to convey what#8217;s needed, and it#8217;s unambiguous. Thank you, Sloan! We have a category for posts here on the blahg called #8220;essay types #8216;achievement#8217; essays#8221; which you may want to investigate if you#8217;re researching how to approach this. Our wait for it Accomplishments Achievements App Accelerator may also be useful in hashing through your possible topics and figuring out which #8220;recent success#8221; is going to history of western, be most effective for moral, you to present. What other goodness is coming from the MIT announcement?
Well, they’re retaining their “Additional Information” optional submission, which we have always liked. Here’s the wording for that: Optional Question: The Admissions Committee invites you to the alien and sedition passed, share anything else you would like us to know about you, in ethics any format. Good stuff already coming @MITSloanAdcom chat: It is highly recommended you also submit optional essay (tho it#39;s schoolspecific advice!) They#8217;re also introducing a post-interview-invite essay requirement which looks remarkably similar to what they asked as a main essay prompt for the past two years, except that they fixed the awkwardness of it and Mandatory Health, now they#8217;re just asking you to tell another story about being successful somehow: The mission of the MIT Sloan School of ethics Management is to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to of western music, generate ideas that advance management practice. Please share with us something about your past that aligns with this mission. (250 words or fewer). MIT had a near-identical question as its Essay 1 for ethics moral, two years and almost entirely because of that, had been recognized here in Snarkville as having the worst essay questions. This new version of the prompt is much better though 250 words is very short. Of Macbeth! If you are in the lucky position of ethics moral being invited to giving injections, interview at moral, MIT, you definitely will want to avail yourself of the Health Insurance, benefits in our Sloan essay strategy guide #8212; though hopefully you will get the ethics moral, guide right away so that you can benefit from the Essay, entire strategy we lay forth! As of ethics moral that early May 2015 announcement of the giving injections, new essay questions, their app requirements page had NOT been fully edited and updated (once again, MIT exhibits sloppiness as of ethics this writing on 5/10/15, they have the new essay questions listed at the top but then the discussion of Letters of injections Recommendation talks about an ethics moral #8220;essay #2#8221; which is a leftover comment from last year#8217;s app). We#8217;re not saying that we never have errors on our site but on a school#8217;s app requirements page? Proofread, Sloan Adcom, proofread.
7/16/15 Good news! MIT continues to introduce applicant-friendly changes. Climax! We#8217;ve now discovered that they ditched the ridiculous suggestion that applicants submit a resume in Sloan#8217;s own resume format, and that the resume could be only ethics moral, #8220;50 lines.#8221; These restrictions were just silly, and Arts and Recreation Dynasty Essay, created undue stress for candidates. You still should only ethics moral, be submitting a one-page resume (that#8217;s true for Mandatory Essay, any school) but now you don#8217;t have to worry about a particular format for moral, a particular school (especially when that format did not even demonstrate best practices for is the, MBA applicants). Thank you, Sloan Adcom, for coming around!! MIT 2015 Dates and Deadlines. MIT now has three rounds! That means: Be careful about any posts you read here on ethics, the blahg about #8220;two rounds#8221; and MIT. Arts And Recreation Dynasty China Essay! We have discussed the implications of moral this change to three rounds in the 2015 MIT Application Guide but we have not gone back over our historical posts here on injections, this site to offer warnings or corrections what we may have said in ethics the past about application strategy at MIT may not apply to this new world of a standardized admissions cycle. Climax! Round 1: September 17, 2015 almost a week earlier than Rd 1 was last year.
Traditionally this has been the most advantageous at MIT but we don#8217;t know if that will hold true quite in the same way this year (Rd 1 is always recommended but it used to be REALLY recommended at ethics moral, MIT based on how they managed their two-round cycle; Rd 1 will still be an advantage, but it#8217;s a TBD on how big of an advantage it will be going forward at this school). Based on a 10/7/15 announcement on the MIT blog , interview invitations this year will work the same as they did last year in Round 1: They#8217;ll start going out in mid-October, through the #8220;week of November 9th#8221; (not sure why they can#8217;t name the actual day?). That#8217;s when the and Recreation Dynasty Essay, Round 1 #8220;release from consideration#8221; happens, which is a nice way to say #8220;no#8221; to you if they#8217;re not interested. For those being interviewed, a final decision comes in mid December like other top schools. Round 2: January 14, 2016 . This jives with what happened last season, which actually was not what was originally planned. They had set Round 2 to be January 8, 2015, but then at the last minute, it was EXTENDED TO JANUARY 13th. Round 2 is always viable at MIT. Moral! Round 2 interview invitations will going out the week of giving February 15th (same as last year), with Round 2 release to ethics, happen somewhere around March 1st. Round 3 THIS IS NEW: April 11, 2016.
We don#8217;t generally post Round 3 deadlines here on is the, the blahg because it#8217;s typically near-impossible to get in then. HOWEVER: Since Round 3 is NEW at MIT, then we can only expect that they have modified their internal admissions processes to ethics moral, leave spots open for injections, candidates at ethics, that stage. What Is The Climax! We still believe it will be difficult to get in on a Round 3 app but in this case, it may not be quite so difficult as it would be elsewhere. YMMV. Whew!
That#8217;s a lot of change! If you want to understand how this works, please pick up the SnarkStrategies Guide for MIT (2015 version) it will help you grasp what#8217;s so very unique about this school#8217;s admissions criteria, compared to other top MBA programs. And of course, you get a full discussion of the impact of the ethics moral, changes with the addition of Round 3 and everything else. The 2015 guide was totally overhauled from 2014; this is not an edit or refresh, it#8217;s a completely new book! [end discussion of MIT#8217;s 2015 questions] Click to flies, view 2014 questions. 2014 MIT Essays EssaySnark#8217;s Analysis.
Here#8217;s what we said when the 2014 questions came out#8230; remember this analysis is from a previous year. The mission of the MIT Sloan School of Management is to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to generate ideas that advance management practice. Discuss how you will contribute toward advancing the ethics moral, mission based on examples of past work and Arts and Recreation in Song Dynasty China Essay, activities. Ethics! (500 words or fewer) Write a professional letter of recommendation on history of western music, behalf of yourself. Answer the following questions as if you were your most recent supervisor recommending yourself for admission to the MIT Sloan MBA Program: (750 words or fewer) How long and in what capacity have you known the applicant? Really, MIT? REALLY. How does the applicant stand out from others in a similar capacity? Please give an example of the applicant#8217;s impact on a person, group, or organization. Please give a representative example of moral how the applicant interacts with other people.
Which of the giving injections, applicant#8217;s personal or professional characteristics would you change? Please tell us anything else you think we should know about this applicant. At least they kept the Optional Information thing (see the 2013 Questions section below on that; we recommend everyone submit something). They also kept essentially the same deadlines as they had in 2013. [end discussion of MIT#8217;s 2014 questions] Click to view 2013 questions. 2013 Essays EssaySnark#8217;s Analysis.
Here#8217;s what we said when the 2013 questions came out. Wow! No cover letter. [They had this cover-letter thing as part of their app for YEARS. Decades, maybe. Moral! They ditched it in 2013.] They really switched things up! Bschool admissions peeps seem to be in a contest to giving, do more things differently in 2013. Here#8217;s the Sloan 2013 essay questions: The mission of the MIT Sloan School of Management is to moral, develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and what is the climax of macbeth, generate ideas that advance management practice. Discuss how you will contribute toward advancing the mission based on moral, examples of and Recreation in Song Dynasty China past work and moral, activities. (500 words/one page max) Describe a time [within the last three years] when you pushed yourself beyond your comfort zone. (500 words/one page max) Optional Question: The Admissions Committee invites you to what climax, share anything else you would like us to know about you, in any format. First note: ESSAY 1 IS HARD.
Second note: While most every school allows an #8220;optional essay#8221;, in most cases, we advise to only write it when you have something important to explain that you can#8217;t cover elsewhere in ethics moral the app (typically a gap in of the flies theme employment, not getting a rec from a current supervisor, what happened during college and that low GPA, etc.). For MIT, we recommend that EVERYONE submit the ethics, #8220;Optional Question#8221; and in particular that you do so using a non-written format if possible e.g., video or something snappy. Note though: They don#8217;t allow uploads. It must be posted somewhere on the web, but not behind a password (no protected Dropbox links); and no Flash. We talk about is the, all this in the Sloan SnarkStrategies Guide which has been totally revamped to help you with these very unique essay challenges. [end discussion of 2013 questions] Click to moral, view 2012 questions. A cover letter and two essays: Please prepare a cover letter (up to 500 words) seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA program.
Your letter should describe your accomplishments, address any extenuating circumstances that may apply to when were passed, your application, and conform to standard business correspondence. Your letter should be addressed to Mr. Rod Garcia, Senior Director of Admissions. Essay 1: Please describe a time when you had to convince a person or a group of your idea. Essay 2: Please describe a time when you overcame a personal setback. [end discussion of 2012 questions] MIT Links, Important App Info, and Some Snark.
official school pages: EssaySnark#8217;s posts on ethics moral, MIT: We haven#8217;t reviewed too many MIT essays on the blahg, however there#8217;s plenty of other schools with similar-enough questions that we have covered: We go into great detail in the Sloan essay guide on how to handle the questions that this school asks. Start there. Then, if you want an MIT essay reviewed for of western, free! on the blahg, try sending it over! If you#8217;re looking for personalized and ethics moral, private help, then our standard Essay Decimator is ideal (we strongly suggest writing BOTH ESSAYS together at once; that way, you can get your entire pitch critiqued, and you#8217;ll be ahead of the game when it#8217;s time for that interview invite to come along!). 2017 MBA Application Strategy Guides. The 2017 Darden MBA Application Guide - rewritten almost from scratch to and Recreation Dynasty Essay, help you with the 2017 app! The 2017 Michigan Ross Essay Guide - totally new to help you with the nine short-answer options and moral, your career goals! The 2017 MIT Essay Guide with brand-new material on were the alien and sedition acts, the cover letter and ethics, the 'introduce yourself' video. The 2017 Duke Essay Guide - covers the 25 Random Things essay and what is the, all the rest too! The 2017 Harvard MBA Application Guide - refreshed with new details and strategies for your Class of 2020 app. Brave Supplicants' latest reviews on The 'Snark.
I think that the reviewer raised a lot of good points, but a) three pages of feedback on moral, a 250 word . As a re-applicant, I knew I needed considerable improvement to my pitch in music order to maximize my . Ethics Moral! What were we snarking about at this time in past years? 2016 : Round 2 Countdown has started 2016 : Being prepared for your MBA interview 2016 : ($) If you get fired, do you need to tell the adcom? 2016 : Good luck for HBS applicants! 2015 : ($) The wanderer wants to use bschool to when were and sedition acts, find a new path. 2014 : Did you just discover EssaySnark? 2013 : Success Story! A Journey to the Center of America: A Saga (Part 2: The First Year) 2013 : More on visiting schools 2012 : ($) What about a lower-ranked program? (No, lower than that) 2011 : essay critique: Columbia essay 2 life experience EssaySnark® is a registered trademark.
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essay kingdom Animal Kingdom Essays: Similarities and Differences of The Animal Kingdom. November 11, 2001. There are different kinds of organism each has their own kingdom. One of which I know of is the moral, animal kingdom. Of Macbeth! It includes Porifera (sponges), Cnidaria, Arthropods, Annelids, vertebras, and mollusks. All the Phylum have differences and similarities between them. Many living creature have a unique way of surviving which include food and moral how they get it what to use for were and sedition acts passed, protection and ethics moral etc. I kind of know some stuff about each phylum like I know what kind of digestive system does it have, if its symmetric or not and etc.
Sponge are symmetrical within its shape it has a dead-end digestive system also indicates that its a choanocytes which means to capture or uses and it anchored in one spot. Music! Jellyfish are radical symmetric and have a digestive system that are dead end. Annelids another name for worms, they are Bilateral symmetrical and they have one way digestive system. Also mollusks stands for moral, a phylum is the arthropods they are Bilateral symmetry and have shells like the clams. Arts And Recreation In Song Dynasty China! Another phylum is the Arthropods they are Bilateral symmetry and ethics moral have jointed appendages. Vertebrae are the giving, phylum when the animal have a backbone and an internal skeleton. Looking between the ethics, phylum their a lot which have in common like the jellyfishes and sponges. Some of things that are different was about them are that the sponges are shaped as a symmetrical and jellyfishes are radical symmetrical. One of the main thing that I realize was it is totally different how they get their food and Jellyfishes are neumatocytes so they sting their prey with neurotoxins. One of the similarities between both of them are that they have a dead - end digestive system. And the difference between Arthropods and vertebrae is that the arthropods have exoskeletons and vertebrae has a backbone and an internal skeleton also have jointed appendages . And the similarities are that both are bilateral and what of macbeth are coelom..
The different things between Arthropods and Vertebrae are that Arthropods are segmented, has a head, jointed appendages, and it is a exoskeleton also Vertebrae has a backbone, internal skeleton, and ethics moral has a body cavity. The similarity between the both are that they're bilateral and are segmented. The next comparison is going to Essay be between Annelids and Mollusks differences are that Annelids has a body cavity and the similarity are that both is bilateral, and has one-way digestive system. So those are some of the moral, differences between the lord theme, phylum. During the past weeks we have been studying different phylum. We have been studying the different how they eat, move, reproduce, And many other features. The different phylum all share similar features while they also have their differences. There are 6 different phylum that make up the animal kingdom. They range in ethics moral shapes and sizes and whether or not they are stationary.
The Sponge could possibly be the simplest of the injections, entire phylum. It is moral, anchored in one spot and it is asymmetrical. No other phylum is asymmetrical making the sponge also unique. It is similar to the Jellyfish because they both have a dead-end digestive system. Is The! It is also different from all the ethics moral, other phylum because it doesn't have any classes. When Were Acts! It eats by ethics filtering the water and taking in the food and when and sedition acts passed digests the food later after it has filtered it. The Cnidaria or the ethics moral, Jellyfish is the lord, only phylum with radial symmetry because of its round shape.
Like the sponge the jellyfish has a dead-end digestive system. It has pneumatocytes, which are used to sting the ethics moral, prey, so it is able to digest its prey. The pneumatocytes is like a neuro-toxin. The jellyfish is what is the of macbeth, a free roaming phylum so it is able to move around. The jellyfish has class hydrozoa and sea anemones. The Annelida have bilateral symmetry just like the mollusks, anthropods, and the verterbraes. The annelids also have a one-way digestive system like other phylum. It has a segmented anterior with 8 hearts in ethics each. It also has a body cavity. The different classes of annelids are the earthworm, which has a anterior that is fatter than the posterior.
It lives on land and is a detritivore, The other class is the Polychaetes, which lives in the ocean and has segments and is a carnivore. The Mollusks are also bilateral like the giving injections, annelids. They have a good nervous system. They also have a one-way digestive system. Ethics Moral! They have a coelom like the anthropods and the vertebrates. Mandatory Health Insurance! The classes of mollusks are the moral, bivalves, which have two valves, which the name suggests.
It has 2 shells and flies theme 3 layers also. Ethics! It has a mantle and it lives in the water. It has gills and abductor muscles. When Acts! It has an excurrent and ethics moral incurrent siphon, which no other phylum has. There are the gastropods, which live in of macbeth land and ocean. It has one shell and one foot. There are also the cephalopods, which has tentacles a foot that can either be a sucker or hook. The Anthropods have a bilateral symmetry and have a one-way digestive system. It also has a coelom. It is moral, segmented and has a head. It has jointed appendages and an exoskeleton.
The anthropods are known to have the most legs unlike any other phylum. And Recreation Dynasty China Essay! The centipedes for example have 1 pair, which could have up to 100 or more legs. The anthropods are the only phylum to have 3 body parts, which are the head, abdomen, and the thorax. The Vertebrates have a bilateral symmetry like the anthropods, the mollusks, and the annelids. Ethics! It has a one-way digestive system like the history of western music, three phylum as well. It also has a coelom. Ethics! Unlike any of the what is the, other phylum the verterbraes have a backbone and an internal skeleton. The classes of the vertebrates are the amphibians, which breathe through skin and dry out easily and ethics have simple lungs. Lord! The reptiles have thick skin or scales and have a stronger skeleton. Their lungs are also very developed.
Mammals have fur or hair and ethics moral are warm-blooded and have very developed lungs. They are the only class out of the phylum, which produce milk and have internal fertilization. Health Insurance! Birds have feathers and moral have very developed lungs. Fish have scales and climax gills and are cold blooded with no limbs. This shows that all the phylum have differences and similarities. They may have more differences than similarities but they have characteristics that are similar. This shows that all the phylum are not all different and ethics moral shows that they have advanced while still keeping some of the Arts Dynasty, same traits. In this unit called Animal Kingdom, we discovered that there are many phylum and classes of the animals. We did some experiments in class and took the notes. We dissected the animal to moral find out more characteristics about the animals and to understand more about is the different animals.
The external structures of animals form by different shapes. We dissected the animals to see their internal structure, there are some similar and ethics differences between different animals. After each dissection, I learned many things that I never know before about the animals. The Animal Kingdom is one of the main courses to study. In addition, it is complicated, because some animals have the nervous system, it is complex. The lowest level called sponges. It is the lord flies theme, easiest phylum to recognize. The sponges live in ethics moral the sea mostly. They anchored in one spot like the plants, but the animals do not do that, that is why most people misunderstand that sponges are plant instead of animal.
They get the dead-end digestive, which means they eat the food and excreted from the same place. They capture food with the choanocyte cilia. There is. no class with sponges. Cnidarians are the level above sponges; they are something alike, because they both have the symmetry.
However, the symmetries are different, cnidarians got the radial symmetry, and the alien passed they got the tissues. They capture food with their pheumatocyte. They have two classes; jellyfish and sea anemones. The shape of jellyfish is like an moral umbrella and they are free floating. The other class usual stuck up side down on the rocks, little bit as the sponges stuck in one spot.
The next phylum called annelids. They got the bilateral symmetry and segmented. The annelids got the of macbeth, different digestive than the other two phyla above, which is one way digestive. Ethics! That means that all the what climax of macbeth, food goes to different place than the waste product. They have the body cavity.
Annelids categorized into three classes, the earthworm, polychaetes, and moral clamworms. Most of the polychates live in the marine; there are limbs on their segments. The earthworms live in the land, and they got the fatter anterior. The segments of the clam worms are arrange. They are longer than other two classes. The mollusks are the only phylum of of western, coelomade without segment bodies; they got the symmetry as the annelids do. In addition, they got the one-way digestive system. The mollusks have good nervous system and cell. They also got the visceral mass, foot and head for the distinct systems. That is one of the differences from the annelids obviously.
The mollusks categorized into three classes, bivalves, gastropods and ethics moral cephalopods. Giving Injections! The bivalves (clam) have two valves and three layers. Ethics Moral! The gastropods (stomach foot) mostly like snails. They live on land. The last class got tentacle and arms or foot. They live in marine. Arthropods got the bilateral symmetry, too, and climax one-way digestive system. Moral! Their bodies are segment, head and and Recreation China Essay two more thing that haven¡¦t appear from the phyla above, they are jointed appendages, and exoskeletons. The arthropods have more classes than other phyla. They got seven classes- millipedes, have two pairs of legs for each segment; sea spider; centipedes, one pair of legs for each segment (about 100 legs); insects, have the complex, and most diverse, and moral three body parts; arachnids, are carnivores, and what climax of macbeth have three body parts and eight legs; crustaceans, have the thick exoskeleton; and horseshoe crabs.
All of ethics, them can walk. Last but no lease, we have vertebrates. What Is The Climax Of Macbeth! This phylum got the bilateral symmetry, and one-way digestive system, but there is something that is not from above, they got backbones and internal skeleton. There are five classes in vertebrates; amphibians, reptiles, avian (bird), mammal, and ethics fish. The amphibians dry out easily so they have to the alien passed stay in water, the breath thought skin, they lay eggs and simple lungs. The reptiles have the thick skin, and stronger skeleton. The avian got the feather to keep them warm that is why they are warm blood. The mammal got the ethics, hair instead of feather, they also warm blood, and they are the only class, which produce milk. Of Western! The last class, fish, has scale and ethics moral gills.
They are cold blood, and Insurance lay eggs. We learn many things form this unit, something that I never know or learn before. It is somewhat hard for me to understand all of them, but I learned some now. Ethics! There are some things that they have in common, but lots differences. It was somewhat nauseated to dissect the animals such as frogs and the earthworms.
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And they have a shaped body, they are the one-way digestive system. Moral! there is a heart in of western which of the segments expect for the anterior and digestive parts, because they need room for it. The cnidarians (jellyfish), the moral, jellyfish are the dead end system. they live under water. And they float around in the water. They have a radial symmetry system. and it just like the sponges, everything comes the same way as the out way. when the jellyfish turn their body up side down it calls sea annemies. The mollusks, all the mollusks are one-way D.S and they live under the ocean and lands. and were acts they had a bilateralo symmetry shaped body. mollusks have body cavity and have a ture coemlom. They also have a more advance nervous on it's sied. In the shells, there are three body parts: foot head and visceral mass. In the moral, mollusk there is a class nameclams they have three layer called the organic layer, middle layer and Mandatory Health Insurance Essay the mother layer.
The clams captures it's prey but sticking its siphom above the surface of the sand. Moral! As the water comes, it uses its siphom to suck in the water. When the water is suck in, it separates the food from the water. The vertebras, are the one-way D.S, they had the internal skeleton,And it there is some class in giving injections it, like amphibians, reptiles, Aries(bird)Mammals and fish. The amphibians are dry out easily layers. And most fish Kind of ethics, scales, gill, and they blood is history of western, cold. The they eggs are lay eggs. The anthropods, it have most claases. It found in any where of your life. It had a one-way system and it had a bilateral symmetry. Moral! IT also had segmented body.
Anthropods have jouned appendages . Anthropods are moe develp and they have a shell that grows out of its body call exoskeleton. and it have a total of seven different classes. Like millipedes, centipedes, scorpions, spiders, horseshoe crabs, crustaceans, sea spiders and insecta. In the until I had learn a lot about the animal kingdom. Of The Flies! The most intersesting thing about moral this unial are the calls and the different group.And It is fun. And I can see a lot new stuff are going on. Over the past weeks, we have observed many different types of Phylum, For example: The Sponge, it's a asymmetrical, dead-and digestive system, choanocyte (cilia), anchored, no body cavity. I would compare the sponge with the (Nidarian) which is in the jellyfish class.
The first similarity between the lord flies theme, sponge, Jellyfish (Nidarian) is the both the sponge and the Jellyfish (Nidarian) has dead end digestive system, and difference between them is that the Jellyfish (Nidarian) and the Sponge is that it has a (asymmetrical) and the Jellyfish (Nidarian) has a radial symmetrical. A Nidarian has a couple of description that would easily describe the Nidarian and they are: Float, bellshape, translocent (Upsidedown Jellyfish) not clear, attached to rocks. Another Class I would Compare and contrast is the Annelids (worms) the Annelids have a bilateral symmetry one-way digestive system, distinctive head and posterior, body cavity, which is in ethics the Earthworm class. I would compare this with the Mollusk, which is in the Bivalves class. A similarity would be that both Annelids and Mollusk has a bilateral symmetry and a one-way digestive systems. And a Difference would be that a Annelid has a distinctive head and a mollusk has a visceral mass. And Recreation China! Some description for the mollusk is that it has 2 shells (values)-3 layers, siphone gills mantle, abductive muscles planktawors (omnivores) hinge ligament, that was the description for the mollusk, and here is the description for the Annelids, it has Detritarvores, no limbs, land marine, limbs on ligament, carnivores. So in moral conclusion the and sedition acts passed, animal kingdom may have many classes but it also has many differences and of course similarities because it did come from the same root. They may look different and many different features and when I mean features I mean different each animal from each class can do to survive. When you think of the word animal, the first thing that pops into your head are warm blooded animals. Most people do think that.
Actually, the animal kingdom is divided into six phylums: sponges, cnidarians (jelly fish), annelids (worms), mollusks, arthropods, and vertebrates. Within these phylums, are the different classes of each group. Each group of animals share the same characteristics or features, that's how they are classified. Even though they are all different, some do share the ethics moral, same characteristics. Were The Alien And Sedition Acts! In the following paragraphs, you will learn more about each phylum and ethics moral their characteristics. Also, you will see the similarities between each group. The first phylum is the sponges. When Were And Sedition Acts! They have an asymmetrical body, which means they are not symmetrical. Sponges have a dead-end digestive system, which means they take in their food and ethics moral dispose their waste from the same hole or body part.
One thing that makes sponges stand out from other animals is that they do not contain body organs. Another thing is that they are anchored to the ground. So basically, they have to wait until food comes to them. Sponges have choanocytes, also known as cilia, and they use that to grab and capture their food with. The second phylum is the giving, cnidarians (jelly fish). They have a radical symmetry, which is circular. That is how their body is shaped. They, like the ethics moral, sponges have a dead-end digestive system. These animals have tentacles, which they use to capture food with.
That is is the climax of macbeth, another thing they have in common with the sponges, they both have something to capture food with Within those tentacles are pheumatocytes or stingers and they contain neurotoxin. In this phylum, there are two classes: jelly fish and anthozoam (sea anemone). Jellyfishes have a clear, bell shaped body and they float. Ethics Moral! On the other hand, sea anemones are an upside down jellyfish. They are not dear and are attached to the rocks, not floating around like the theme, jellyfish.
The third phylum is the annelids (worms). They have a bilateral symmetry, and a one-way digestive system, which means they eat through their mouth and waste comes out through their anus. The head region of annelids is called the anterior, and moral the end is called the posterior. Annelids do have a body cavity, digestive system, as well as a nervous system. There are two classes: earthworms and Polychaeta. The earthworms are detritivores; they eat decomposed things in flies the mud (they take it all in, including the mud).
They are terrestrial and have no limbs, where the moral, polychaets do. They have limbs on each of its segments. They're also marine animals and when were the alien and sedition acts passed are carnivores. The fourth phylum is the mollusks. They have a bilateral symmetry and a one-way digestive system, like the annelids. Mollusks have a three-part body plan: the foot, the visceral mass, and the head. Moral! They also are the of western, first group of moral, animals to Arts Dynasty have developed a coelom, which is a fluid and filled body cavity that is developed within the mesoderm. This group is separated into three classes: bivalves, gastropods, and cephalopods. Bivalves, like the clam have two shells or valves and three layers. These animals are omnivores (planktavores), and moral have a mantle, abductor muscles, siphons and gills. An example of a gastropod is lord of the theme, snails and they live anywhere.
Obviously, they have one shell and also include gills and ethics lungs. The last class is cephalopod and an example of that are squids and octopuses. They have gills like the rest of lord of the theme, them and a mantle like the clams. These animals are the only ones in this phylum that have arms, tentacles and suckers. The fifth phylum is the arthropods. They, like the annelids and mollusks have both a bilateral symmetry and a one-way digestive system. Their body plan contains segmented parts, jointed appendages, a head, and ethics an exoskeleton. This phylum has the largest number of classes out of the six phylums. There are a total of seven classes: millipedes, centipedes, insects, crustaceans, arachnids, horseshoe crab, and of western sea spider.
The millipedes are similar to the centipedes except that millipedes have two pairs of legs on ethics moral each segment instead of one, which the centipedes have. Also millipedes are herbivores and centipedes are carnivores. The next class is the insects and their body has three parts: head, thorax, and abdomen. They have six legs on the thorax. Crustaceans have legs on the thorax and abdomen. Mandatory Insurance! An example of an arachnid is moral, a spider and they have eight legs and 2-part body: head and and Recreation in Song China Essay abdomen. Arachnids are carnivores, like the centipedes. The horseshoe crab gets its named from moral, its horseshoe shaped head. The sea spider injects digestive enzymes into its prey, before devouring it, same with the scorpion.
The last phylum is the music, vertebrates. Ethics Moral! They are similar to the annelids, mollusks and arthropods because they all have a bilateral symmetry and a oneway digestive system. They also have a coelom like the mollusks. All vertebrates have a spinal cord. Vertebrates are divided into 5 classes: fishes, amphibians, reptiles, avies (birds), and mammals. The first four classes all can lay eggs while mammals have internal fertilization. When Were The Alien And Sedition! Fishes are marine animals so they have dorsal and ventral fins, gills and two pairs of ethics moral, limbs. Amphibians and reptiles are both cold-blooded animals. Of The! Their skin is different; amphibians have thin skin and reptiles have scales.
Avies and mammals are warm-blooded animals. Mammals have fur or hair and produce milk. Moral! Avies have feathers and is the of macbeth two pairs of ethics moral, limbs. As you can see, the in Song Essay, animal kingdom is divided into many different classes and ethics species. As you've read, four phylums out of the six do share the same characteristics: bilateral symmetry and a one-way digestive system. They look and take on different forms but still have something in common. Giving! Each group of animals has something that makes them an animal and moral not something else. So basically, the giving injections, animal kingdom is made up of a diverse group of species. The animal kingdom is divided into many different phyla, but we covered only six of them. They are the sponges, cnidarians (jelly fish), annelids (worms), mollusks, arthropods, and ethics moral vertebrates. Within these phyla, the animals do share similar characteristics but they also have things that make them stand out from when were and sedition, others.
Like for instance, they may share the same body parts and/or structure, their digestive systems, how they get food, etc. What can make an animal stand out from others are their body shape or extra things they have in or attached to their bodies. Those aren't the only two things, there are many others as well. Further in, I will discuss some of moral, these similarities and differences. Sponges are the Health Essay, only animals within these six groups that have an asymmetrical body. Also, they are the moral, only animals that don't have any organs. Even though cnidarians have a radical symmetry, they do have something in common with the sponges. They both have something that they use to capture food with Sponges have choanocytes or cilia, which grabs and captures food. Is The! Cnidarians have tentacles with neumatocytes or stingers and in those stingers are neurotoxins.
The annelids, mollusks, arthropods and vertebrates all have a bilateral symmetry. Every animal in the animal kingdom has a digestive system, whether it's a dead end or a one way. In these six groups, two of them have a dead end digestive system, which means they take in their food and dispose their waste from the same hole or body part. They are the sponges and the cnidarians The rest of moral, them, the annelids, mollusks, arthropods, and the vertebrates have a one-way digestive system, which means they eat through their mouth and when the alien and sedition passed waste comes out through their anus. Each animal's body plan is moral, different from another, of course. Like I mentioned before, sponges have no organs so they don't have any body cavity. Cnidarian's body plan is basically clear, they have a bell shaped body, and what climax of macbeth float around. The annelids has two parts: the anterior which is the head and the posterior which is the back and they're also segmented. Mollusks consist of a apart body plan: the foot, the visceral mass, and moral the head. Arthropods are segmented, just like the annelids, they have jointed appendages, a head and a exoskeleton.
All vertebrates have a spinal cord so they have a skeleton. You can see how no animal is the same as another. Another thing sponges have in common with cnidarians are that they are anchored onto were the alien and sedition, something. I did mention that jellyfishes do float but I'm talking about another species, which falls under cnidarians called sea anemones. They are upside down jellyfishes, which are attached to rocks, just like how sponges are. Also mollusks and vertebrates have a true coelom. One last thing that all of these animals within the groups have in ethics common is that they are multicellular. As you've just read, you can see how different each animal is from another but yet, they do have things in common you won't normally see on the outside.
They may look and take on different forms but still have something in common. Giving! This whole unit was very interesting to me. We did many dissections of ethics moral, animals from a group in the animal kingdom so we could get a better sense of what their body is like. These six phyla are already complicated and I can't believe there are actually more. But I did learn a lot. Health Insurance! So basically, the ethics, animal is made up of a diverse group of species. In the animal kingdom, all the creatures can be divided up by the alien passed many different factors. One is by species, which can be easily identified by their similar body design. Another is by ethics their position on the food chain. Creatures of the same species can also be on history music different positions on that chain.
Finally, the members of moral, each species can be separated by their phylum. I only studied several different types of animals in the animal kingdom, so those are the only ones that I'm going to of macbeth write about. One of the species is called sponges. These creatures are very different from all other animals because they do not move and are asymmetrical. Ethics Moral! The only similarity that allowed this creature to fit in lord theme the animal kingdom was the fact that could not produce its own energy.
The sponge gets its energy by sucking in moral the water though the opening on history of western music the top section of its body. It then filters out moral tiny food particles using cells inside it's body cavity called choanocyte. The food particles are then absorbed directly into it's cells. Injections! After that, the waste particles leave through the same opening using the dead end digestive system. The sponge has no organs, teeth, and is asymmetrical. The second species is called the cnidarians. Ethics! These are split up into two main classes: jellyfish and sea anemone. The jellyfish has more characteristics that resemble an animal than the sponge. One major thing is acts passed, that it can move, however slightly. Another is that the jellyfish would capture its prey, instead of filter it out ethics moral of the water. The jellyfish captures its prey live by snatching it using the tentacles it has on its body.
The tentacles are a form of limb, another improvement over the sponges. What Climax! On each of the tentacles there are pneumatocytes, which are stingers that inject a neurotoxin into the victim. The toxin shuts down the victim's nervous system, which allows this animal to draw it up into its mouth. Ethics Moral! After the jellyfish is of the flies theme, done, the waste is tossed back out of the opening. The sea anemone is almost identical to the jellyfish, except that is it attached to the sea floor. The next species is annelids. They are mostly detrivores, which are decomposers. Annelids have bilateral symmetry, demonstrating that they are one of the more advanced species in comparison to cnidarians and ethics sponges. Because of their bilateral symmetry, they have a distinctive head and is the of macbeth posterior, allowing them to have a one way digestive system.
One member of the annelids is the polychaethes. Unlike the rest of the annelids, the polychaetes have limbs on each segment and are carnivores. Mollusks are another species in the animal kingdom. They have bilateral symmetry, one way digestive system, and ethics moral a foot, which is an advancement over the annelids. They have a head, a visceral mass, and a coelum. Mollusks are split into three main groups: bivalves, gastropods, and cephalopods. When The Alien And Sedition Acts! The characteristics of bivalves are that they have two shells (valves), three layers for each shell, and have muscles. Gastropods have one shell and can be identified as the normal garden snail. They live almost everywhere. Cephalopods look slightly different from the other two classes.
They are identified as squids and ethics octopuses. Arthropods are another species. These have many variations and lord theme classes. They are very advanced and have most of the above characteristics, except they are segmented, have jointed appendages (allowing for increased movement), and an exoskeleton. Some examples of moral, arthropods are millipedes, centipedes, insects, crustaceans, arachnids, sea spiders, and horseshoe crabs. Millipedes are almost the same as centipedes, except centipedes are carnivores and millipedes have twice as many legs. Insects have six legs, a head, thorax and an abdomen. Crustaceans have legs attached to their thorax and abdomen and also have a head. Arachnids have eight legs and their head is fused with their thorax, making a cephlathorax. These creatures are carnivores. The sea spider is similar to arachnids with the only difference being that they live in the water.
Horseshoe crabs are identified by their horseshoe shaped head. The last group is called the Arts and Recreation Dynasty, vertebrates. They are the most advanced of the animal kingdom. They have bilateral symmetry, a one way digestive system, a coelom and moral also have a backbone. They are identified as fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds.
Fish, amphibians, and reptiles are cold-blooded and lay eggs. The birds and warm-blooded, but also lay eggs and are one of the few animals that can fly. The mammals have fur, are warm-blooded and birth live young. In conclusion, members of the animal kingdom are extremely diverse, yet some share similar characteristics. What Is The! These similarities between species allow them to ethics moral be identified as animals rather than other life forms on this planet. Evolution has altered the lives on this planet, yielding an what is the climax abundance of diversity among all of the Earth's inhabitants. The Animal Kingdom is very diverse. There are various phyla with different animals and several species. Ethics! All phyla have different characteristics about flies them. Like what kind of symmetry, are they segmented, do they have a body cavity, an organ system, do they have eyes, what kind of skeletal system, etc. In my essay, I will be talking about six different animal kingdom phyla.
I will be talking about Sponges, Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusk, Arthropods, and Chordates (Vertebrates). The Sponges is the smallest and least complex. Sponges are found under water. Sponges are asymmetric because there are many shapes. Ethics Moral! Sponges are multicellularity because they have a lot of cells.
They also have a dead end digestive which means that food comes in and goes out the same hole. The sponges use there choanocytes (cilia) to catch the giving, plankton and other important food stuff. Sponges are attached to moral the substrate(ground) and are not mobile(doesn't move). All the other categories are mobile. One of the animals in the phyla sponges is the Choanocytes. The Cnidarians are also least complex but more complex than Sponges. Cnidarians are also found under water also. Cnidarians are Radial Symmetric because they are round. Cnidarians are multicellularity because they have many cells. Cnidarians have a dead end digestive system.
Cnidarians are mobile and the alien and sedition passed can move around. They have tentacles(strings) that give out ethics moral nematocysts (neurotoxins) that stings the prey so they can't move. That is how they eat. Injections! Some of the types animals in this phyla is Jelly Fish, Sea Anemones, Nematocyst, Anthozoans, Corals, and Scyphozoans. The Annelids are pretty complex. Annelids are land dwellers and are terrestrial (crawls).
Annelids are bilateral symmetric which means that it has a anterior(head) and a posteriors(head). Annelids are segmented which means that the segments toward the head are hearts that are copied and the segments toward then tail are the ethics, digestive system copied. And Recreation In Song Dynasty China Essay! This is like this so if the worm loses one of its segments its life could still go on ethics moral because there are many replicas. Mandatory Insurance Essay! Annelids have multi cells which make up there tissues. These tissues make up there body cavity. In the body cavity there is a circulatory(organs) system. Annelids have a one way digestive system which means that the mouth is separate from the anus. Annelids are mobile. Annelids have setae which is ethics moral, external bristles.
Some of the types animals in Arts and Recreation in Song Essay this phyla is Earthworms and Polychaetes. The Mollusks are also pretty complex. Moral! Mollusks live under water. Mollusks are bilateral symmetric. Mollusks have a three part body plan . The three parts are the visceral mass- foot- and head. The visceral mass is the section in the center that has the body's organs. The foot is used as an anchor for the mollusk to stay in one place.
Mollusks have multi cells which make up there tissues. These tissues make up there body cavity. The body cavity has the Health Insurance Essay, nervous(nerves), circulatory (organs), digestive, and reproductive (reproducing) systems. Mollusks have a true coelom which means that it is a fluid and ethics moral filled body cavity developed entirely within the mesoderm.. Mollusks have a one way digestive system. Mollusks have very simple eyes. They are the first group we looked at to have eyes.
Mollusks are mobile. Giving! Some types of ethics moral, animals in this phyla is Anthozoans, Cephalopoda, Gastropoda, and Bivalvia. The Arthropods is the most complex because the are thousands of music, animals and thousands of species. Moral! Arthropods are found all over the world. Arthropods are bilateral symmetric. Mandatory Health Insurance Essay! Arthropods are segmented.
Arthropods have multi cells which make up there tissues. These tissues make up there body cavity. In the ethics, body cavity there is the circulative, complex nervous, digestive, reproductive, and a very developed visual system. Arthropods have a true coelom. Health Insurance! Arthropods have a one way digestive system. Arthropods have compound eyes. Ethics! Compound eyes are a lot of single eyes all in what is the climax one. Arthropods have jointed appendages. Jointed appendages are two bones that are put together by muscles that make them move.
Arthropods have a exoskeleton. Ethics Moral! Exoskeleton is the skeleton that is on Insurance Essay the outside. Moral! Arthropods are mobile. Arthropods have a lot of legs. Arthropods have a head with an antenna and all there eyes or compound eye. Some of the types of animals in Health Insurance Essay this phyla is Arachinida, Centipedes, Chilopoda, Crustacea, Diplopoda, Insecta, Millipedes, Sea Spiders, and ethics moral Horseshoe Crab. The Chordates (Vertebrates) is also one of the most complex phyla because they have humans in it. Chordates is bilateral symmetric. Chordates have multi cells that make up the tissues. The tissues make up the body cavity.
Chordates have complex circulative, nervous, digestive, reproductive, and visual. Chordates have a true coelom. Chordates have very advanced eyes. Arts Dynasty China! Chordates have jointed appendages. Ethics Moral! Chordates have an internal skeleton. A internal skeleton means that the skeleton is inside the body.
Chordates are mobile. Chordates have head and feet. Some of the types of Arts in Song Essay, animals in the phyla are Amphibians, Avies, Humans, Mammals, Pisces, and Reptiles. Kura L. Cohen Revision 1. The Animal Kingdom is very diverse. There are various phylas with different animals and several species. All phylas have different characteristics about them. Moral! Like what kind of giving injections, symmetry, are they segmented, do they have a body cavity, an ethics moral organ system, do they have eyes, what kind of were the alien and sedition acts, skeletal system, etc. In my essay, I will be talking about six different animal kingdom phylas. I will be talking about Sponges, Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusk, Arthropods, and Chordates (Vertebrates).
The Sponges is the smallest and least complex. Sponges are found under water. Sponges are asymmetric because there are many shapes. Sponges are multicellularity because they have a lot of cells. They also have a dead end digestive which means that food comes in ethics and goes out the lord theme, same hole.
The sponges use there choranocyte (cilia) to catch the plankton and other important food stuff. Sponges are attached to the substrate (ground) and are not mobile (doesn't move). All the other categories are mobile. One of the animals in the phyla sponges is the Choanocytes. The Cnidarians are also least complex but more complex than Sponges.
Cnidarians are also found under water also. Cnidarians are Radial Symmetric because they are round. Cnidarians are multicellularity because they have many cells. Cnidarians have a dead end digestive system. Cnidarians are mobile and can move around. They have tentacles (strings) that give out prematocyts (nuero toxin) that stings the prey so they can't move. That is how they eat. Some of the types animals in this phyla is Jelly Fish, Sea Anemones, Nematocyst, Anthozoans, Corals, and Schyphozoans. The Annelids are pretty complex. Ethics Moral! Annelids are land dwellers and are terrestrial (crawls). Annelids are bilateral symmetric which means that it has a anterior (head) and a posterior (head).
Annelids are segmented which means that the segments toward the head are hearts that are copied and the segments toward then tail are the digestive system copied. This is like this so if the worm loses one of its segments its life could still go on because there are many replicas. Annelids are multicellular which make up tissues. These tissues make up there body cavity. In the body cavity there is a circulatory (organs) system. Annelids have a one way digestive system which means that the mouth is separate from the anus. Annelids are mobile.
Annelids have setae which is external bristles. History Of Western Music! Some of the types animals in this phyla is Earthworms and Polychaetes. The Mollusks are also pretty complex. Mollusks live under water. Mollusks are bilateral symmetric. Mollusks have a three part body plan . The three parts are the visceral mass, foot, and head. The visceral mass is the section in the center that has the body's organs. Ethics! The foot is used as an anchor for injections, the mollusk to stay in one place. Mollusks have multicellular which make up there tissues. These tissues make up there body cavity. The body cavity has the ethics moral, nervous (nerves), circulatory (organs), digestive, and reproductive (reproducing) systems.
Mollusks have a true coelom which means that it is a fluid and injections filled body cavity developed entirely within the mesoderm. Mollusks have a one way digestive system. Mollusks have very simple eyes. Ethics! They are the first group we looked at to have eyes. Mollusks are mobile. Some types of animals in giving injections this phyla is Anthozoans, Cephalopoda, Gastropoda, and Bivalvia. The Arthropods is the most complex because the are thousands of animals and thousands of species.
Arthropods are found all over the world. Arthropods are bilateral symmetric. Arthropods are segmented. Arthropods are multicellular. These tissues make up there body cavity. In the body cavity there is the circulative, complex nervous, digestive, reproductive, and a very developed visual system. Arthropods have a true coelom. Arthropods have a one way digestive system. Arthropods have compound eyes. Moral! Compound eyes are a lot of single eyes all in one. Arthropods have jointed appendages.
Jointed appendages are two parts of a leg that are put together by muscles that make them move. Arthropods have a exoskeleton. Exoskeleton is the skeleton that is on the outside. Arthropods are mobile. What Climax! Arthropods have a lot of legs. Arthropods have a head with an antenna and ethics moral all there eyes or compound eye. Some of the types of animals in this phyla is Arachnida, Centipedes, Chilopoda, Crustacea, Diplopoda, Insecta, Millipedes, Sea Spiders, and Horse Shoe Crab. The Chordates (Vertebrates) is also one of the most complex phylas because they have humans in it. Chordates is bilateral symmetric. When Were The Alien! Chordates have multi cells that make up the tissues. The tissues make up the body cavity.
Chordates have complex circulative, nervous, digestive, reproductive, and ethics visual. Chordates have a true coelom. Chordates have very advanced eyes. When Were And Sedition Acts! Chordates have jointed appendages. Chordates have an internal skeleton. Ethics Moral! A internal skeleton means that the skeleton is inside the body. Chordates are mobile. Chordates have head and feet.
Some of the types of animals in the phyla are Amphibians, Avies, Humans, Mammals, Pisces, and Reptiles. Sponges are the only animal that is asymmetric. Cnidarians are the only animal that has radial symmetry. Different from Sponges and Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates are all bilateral symmetric. Arts In Song China! Mollusks are the only animal to have a three part body plan. Annelids and Arthropods are the only animals that is segmented. All the animals are multicellular. Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates all have tissues. Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates all have a body cavity. Mollusks, Arthropods, and ethics Chordates all have true coelom.
Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and of western music Chordates all have organ systems. Sponges and Cnidarians have a dead end digestive system and Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates all have a one way digestive system. Mollusks have simple eyes. Unlike Mollusks, Arthropods have compound eyes. And unlike Arthropods, Chordates have advanced eyes.
Arthropods and ethics Chordates both have jointed appendages. Chordates have an internal skeleton and Arthropods have an external skeleton. All the animals are mobile except Sponges. In the Plant Kingdom there are very diverse plants. There are various plants with many different versions of the plant. The plant colors change by the plant reproducing with another plant and different shapes or forms because the plant adapts to its environment. In my essay, I will be talking about four different plant types. The four different types of Hepatophyta (Liverworts), Sphenophyta (Horsetails), Coniferophyta (Conifers), and Gymnosperms (Angiosperms).
Hepatophyta or Liverworts are very simple. Liverworts are small green plants with leaf like stems and lobed leaves. In Song Dynasty! Liverworts are lacking true roots and ethics moral reproduce with spores. Liverworts are nonvascular plants. Nonvascular means that the there is flies, no system of vessels and veins that carry sap, water, and nutrients all through the plant. Usually plants that are nonvascular are not very large because they have to be close to the ground to ethics moral get there nutrients. Liverworts are dominant gametophyte. Dominant gametophyte is a the reproductive system of giving, a plant.
Gametes are both sex parts, the ethics, egg and the sperm. Health Insurance Essay! Gametophytes reproduce asexually (with themself) so they only have there normal amount of chromosomes. Gametophytes are not very good because if there is a change in the environment than the plant cannot adapt to change because it only has characteristics from one plant. Liverworts has a cuticle, stomata (allows movement of gasses in and out), roots, stems, and ethics moral leaves. Liverworts have flat leaves. Sphenophyta or Horsetails are also small plants. Horsetails are little seedless non vascular plants. Horsetails have vascular tissue which is Arts and Recreation in Song China Essay, a system that conducts water, mineral nutrients, and organic molecules made by photosynesis. Ethics Moral! Horsetails have independent gametophyte and dominant sporophyte. History Of Western! Dominant sporophyte is plant cycle that reproduces sexually.
Two different plants combine chromosomes and makes two pairs. Dominant sporophyte is ethics moral, very good because two genes from different individuals (plants) are combined so you have better chance to adapt to a change in the environment because the chromosomes are shuffled and you probably have a chromosome to fit the adaption. Horsetails are independent gametophyte and dominant sporophyte because it can reproduce sexually and asexually. This is good because if the horsetail cannot find a mate, then it can mate with itself. Horsetails has roots, ribbed and jointed stems, with soft needle leaves at the joints. Coniferophyta or Conifers are large seed plants. Conifers are vascular plants with vascular tissue. Conifers are Gymnosperms. Gymnosperms are seed plants with tiny gametophytes, a large sporophyte, and ovules not enclosed by any ovary. This is good because like I said above, the conifers can reproduce sexually or asexually.
Conifers are mostly evergreen trees and shrubs. Conifers have roots, stems, and needle or scale leaves. Conifers also produce cones. Gymnosperm or Angiosperms are large plants but there are some small ones. Acts Passed! Angiosperms evolved from Gymnosperm. Angiosperms are seed plants that reproduce flowers which make seeds within an ovary. Angiosperms are vascular plants and have vascular tissue. Angiosperms have roots, stems, and flat leaves. Angiosperms reproduce cones and ethics seeds. Angiosperms have made of herbaceous plants, shrubs, grasses, and most trees.
Angiosperms, Horsetails, and Conifers are vascular plants. Unlike them, Liverworts are nonvascular plants. When Were Acts! Liverworts are dominant gametophyte. Horsetails and Conifers are dominant sporophyte. Ethics Moral! Horsetails are also independent gametophyte. Conifers also have tiny gametophyte. All four of the plants have roots and stems.
Liverworts and Angiosperms have flowers. Conifers and Angiosperms have seeds or fruit. Conifers also have cones. Horsetails and Conifers have needles or scales as leaves. All four types of plants have ovules inclosed by an ovary. In my 6 th period Biology class we are studying different types of animals.
Some of the animals that we are studying are Sponges, Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods and Chordates (Vertebrates). The animal kingdom is very diverse. In the following paragraphs I will tell the characteristics of each animal. The first phyla is the of western music, Sponge. The sponge is asymmetric which means it has many shapes and forms. One form of the moral, sponge is the Choanocytes.
Sponges are multicellarity because they have many cells. The sponge has a dead end digestive system . That means that the sponges mouth and anus are the same hole. Sponges cant move they are attached to Dynasty the substrate which is the ground. They use choanocytes (cilia) to catch their Plankton. The second phyla is the Cnidarians.
The Cnidarians unlike the sponge is Radial Symmetric which means theirs only one shape the moral, circle. Some forms of the Cnidarians are the neumatocytes, the Anthozoans, the when were the alien acts passed, Corals and the Scyphozoans. Like the sponge Cnidarians are also multi .celled. They also have a dead end digestive system. Cnidarians are mobile They can move to catch their pray. They sting things with their tentacles until they stop moving then they eat it. The third phyla is the Annelids. The Annelids unlike both sponges and Cnidarians are Bilateral Symmetric which means it has a head and a tail. Annelids are segmented they have thin tiny lines on them. Also like Sponges and Cnidarians they are multicellarity.
The many cells it has makes up the moral, tissues. The tissues make up the body cavity. The Annelids organ system has reproductive, nervous, circulatory and digestive systems. The Annelids have simple eyes so they have regular vision. Like Cnidarians they are mobile.
The Annelid has external bristles called Setae which look like hairs. The fourth phyla is the Mollusks. The Mollusks like the Annelid is Bilateral Symmetric, it also has a head and a tail. The Mollusks has three parts to the body (the three part body plan). Climax Of Macbeth! The parts are the ethics, visceral mass which is the and Recreation in Song China, body organs, the head and the foot(their mobile) which they use as a anchor to stop themselves.
Mollusks just like sponges, Cnidarians and Annelids are multi celled. And like Annelids Mollusks cells make up tissues and the tissues make up the body cavity. The Mollusks true coelom is a fluid and field body cavity that develops entirely from the mesoderm. The Mollusks organ system is the same as the Annelids it has a reproduction, nervous, circulatory and digestive systems. Mollusks have compound eyes which means that they have a lot of simple eyes all together to make one. There are three types of Mollusks the Bivalvia ,the Cephalopoda and the Gastropoda.
The fifth phyla is the Arthropods. The Arthropods like Annelids and Mollusks are Bilateral Symmetric. It is also segmented like a Annelid. And like the moral, rest it is injections, multi celled phyla the cells make up the tissue and the tissue makes up the body cavity. Like the Mollusks the Arthropods have True coelom. Like Mollusks it has compound eyes. It also has a head and ethics feet(their mobile). There are seven types of Arthropods the and Recreation in Song Dynasty, Archnida, the Bivalvia the Cephalopoda, the Crustacea, the Diplopoda, the Insecta and ethics moral the Millipedes. The sixth phyla is the Chordates(vertebrates).
The Chordates like the Annelids, the Mollusks and the Arthropods are Bilateral Symmetric. Of Macbeth! It is moral, also multi celled like all the of macbeth, rest of them. Ethics! The cells make up the tissues and the tissues make up the body cavity. The chordates are mobile they have feet and lord of the theme a head: Like the Arthropods and Mollusks it has a true coelom. It has a dead end digestive system like the Sponge and the Cnidarians. Ethics! The mouth and the anus, are the same hole. History Music! The Chordates have advanced eyes which means' they can see good better then the ethics moral, rest. They also have jointer appendages which means there bones are connected to and Recreation in Song Essay their muscles. They have an internal skeleton lice humans. There are five types of Chordates they are the Amphibians, the ethics moral, Avies, the mammals, the Health Insurance Essay, Pisces and the reptiles.
Most of the protista components are single-celled organisms, however some are multicelled. Its cells consist of moral, a nucleus, organelles, vacuole, cell membrane, and some of them also contain a cell wall. It uses many intricate processes to obtain food, such as pseudopodium, photosynthesis, cilia, flagella, as well as photosynthesis. What Is The Of Macbeth! It moves by means of cilia, flagella, and pseudopodium. It can reproduce by ethics conjugation, fission, asexual, and sexual means. In the what climax of macbeth, environment, it produces much the way plants do, while consuming much the ethics moral, way animal do. Flies Theme! It is important to its habitat because it stabilizes the food chain, is a human food source, and produces oxygen.
Some common protista are plankton, algae, and the amoeba. Most of the moral, fungi organisms are single-celled, with some exceptions being multicellular. This group has a nucleus, organelles, a cell membrane, as well as a cell wall present in all fungi that is absent from the previously mentioned kingdoms. It obtains food in majority from absorbs ion, partnership, and leeching from decaying organisms. Its only movement is that of the host, which it is connected to. They reproduce by and Recreation in Song China spore, as well as by asexual budding. They are helpful because they produce antibiotics and also help in ethics moral fermentation.
Some organisms that are members of the fungi kingdom are mushrooms, molds, mildews, and yeast. The planate (more commonly plant) kingdom holds some interesting properties. Unlike the previously mentioned kingdoms, the planate consists only of multi-celled organisms. All members of the and sedition acts, group known as planate contain a nucleus, organelles, cell membrane, cell wall, as well as a vacuole. Their major source of food comes from the process of photosynthesis. Its only movement is in growth, where it gravitates toward the most prominent light source. It reproduces through a complex process of Propagation, which consists of grafting, budding, cutting, and layering. It is used in moral its envierment for a food source as well as a medicine. Angiosperms, gymnosperms, mosses, and ferns all call the planate kingdom their kingdom. The cells of a member of the animalia kingdom consist of giving, a nucleus, organelles, cell membrane, as well as the moral, vacuole.
They obtain food mainly from preying on another species or consuming a previously deceased organism. They have muscular movement through water, air, and soil. Its main role in the envierment is consumers. However, they also provide an important food source for other members of history, its kingdom. Moral! Some Animalia kingdom members are mammals, amphibians, sponges, and worms.
During this unit, the of the theme, Animal Kingdom, I learned about moral each phylum and classes. We did many experiments to Arts in Song Dynasty Essay study deeper about the different phyla and also have to describe and identify the anatomy of the animals. Most of them have different shapes which is the external structure of the animals. After we dissected the animals to see their internal structure. Ethics Moral! I have recognized their similarities and differences. The Animal Kingdom is one of the major and complex group of injections, biology. Sponges are the lowest level and the simplest phylum of animal kingdom. Almost all sponges live in the sea. They are asymmetrical symmetric and anchored in one spot as are most plants, animals usually are not anchored. That's the moral, reason why most people think that sponges are plant. They have a dead end digestive system in when passed which food and waste product go out with a same place.
Also, they capture food with choanocyte cilia. Sponges filter food particles from water by trapping them. The food is digested inside the cells of sponges. Sponges have no class. Cnidarians are higher level than sponges, called true animals, because they have both tissues and symmetry. Actually all animals other than sponges are true animals. Cnidarians are radial symmetric. They have the same digestive system as dead end as sponges do. Ethics Moral! But they capture food with pneumatocytes and digest the food in their digestive cavities.
They have two class. Jellyfish are free-floating and often umbrella shaped in the sea. Sea anemones are cylindrical, usual attach to a rock. Annelids are higher level than the former. They are bilateral symmetric and Mandatory Health Insurance segmented. Their digestive system definitely different than sponges and Cnidarians, which is one way digestive system. It means their food and waste product go with different place. Also, they have anterior, hearts, coelom, lungs, and posterior.
Annelids are organized into three class. Polychaetes worms almost all live in ocean. Their segments have limbs. Earth worms live on land. Their anterior are fatter. Clam worms have segmentally arranged, flap like extensions of the body wall called parapodia. Mollusks are the only major phylum of coelomates without segmented bodies, same symmetric as bilateral as annelids. They also are one way digestive system. The bodies of all mollusks are composed of three distinct regions. They are visceral mass, mantle and gill. Mollusks have cell and moral good nervous system.
Obviously, annelids don't have cell. Giving! Also, their foot is close to their head. Ethics Moral! Mollusks organized into three class. Bivalvia(clam) have two cells or valves, three layer, mantle, gill, abductor muscle and siphons. Gastropods(stomach foot) live in land, ocean, and fresh water. They have only one cell.
Cephalopods are tentacles and arms suckers hooks. They almost live in ocean. Arthropods have the same symmetric and digest system as mollusks. When Acts Passed! But they have segmentation, head, jointed appendages, compound eyes, brain, spiracles, and exoskeleton. They all segment. They are the first appendages animals, too. Arthropods organized into seven class.
Millipedes have two pairs about 1000 legs. Ethics! Centipedes have one pairs about Mandatory Health Insurance Essay 100 legs. Ethics! Insects are the injections, most diverse and complex and have three body parts about 8 legs. Arachnids have 3 body parts about 8 legs. Crustaceans are thick exoskeleton animals. Horseshoe crabs have 2 pairs of moral, antenna. Were The Alien Acts Passed! Sea spiders have 3 pairs of chewing append. They are all walking animals. Vertebrates are the highest level and complex animals, chordates with a backbone. They also have internal skeleton. Their symmetric, digestive system are same as arthropods.
Vertebrae form a central axis for muscle attachment to protect the dorsal nerve cord. Vertebrates organized into five class. Amphibians lay eggs and dry out easily. They breath though skill and have scales and simple lungs, but stronger skeleton. Reptiles have developed lungs. They lay eggs and cold blood. Avies are feathers and warm body.. They have very developed lungs. Ethics Moral! Mammals have feather, hair and developed lungs. They are warm blood and giving injections internal fertilization.
Fish have scales, gills and lay eggs. They are cold blooded animals. From this unit, I learned that there are six phyla of animal kingdom. The purpose of this unit was to name the ethics moral, major groups of the animals and when acts passed observe their feature and characteristic. I recognized that sponges are the lowest level animals, and vertebrae are the highest level animals. All six phylum of animal have differences and similarities structure. I learned a lot from this unit. Moral! I think I got a lot of injections, benefit for my education in this lesson. The animal kingdom deals with all different types of moral, species. In class, I studied animals such as Earthworms, Clams, Arthropods, Frogs, and plants. I looked at all types of classes.
The first class I studied is the worm class. I saw that the worms have all different sorts of body parts even though when you look at when were passed it, it looks like it only has one part. I found out that the worm has a one-way digestive system. There are many different types of worms like earthworms, clamworrn, and medicinal leech worm. The earthworm belongs to the Oligochaeta class and the medicinal leech belongs to the hirudinea class. Our next animal kingdom subject is the Clams. The clam belongs to moral the bivalvia class. In Song Dynasty! When I opened up the ethics, Clam I notice that each valve of the clam consist of three layers.
The three layers are outer organic layer, middle layer of calcium carbonate, and inner calcified organic layer. The two valves are connected by a hinge ligament. The clam also consist of flies theme, a mantle cavity which is located between the mantle layers. The clam's leg is used for digging and anchoring itself. The clam could dig faster than humans using a shovel.
On the sides of the visceral mass is a pair of gills. Each gills consists of two vascularized porors. The clam feeds on microscopic organisms brought into ethics moral, the mantle cavity through the incurrent siphon and into the mouth. When it is done eating the food its digested particles pass through the ducts into the digestive glands, where they are absorbed. Of The Flies! Also their nervous system consists of 3 pairs of ganglia. The frogs, they are found in temperate and ethics moral tropical climates around the world. When The Alien And Sedition! They live close to water. Moral! Their are many different types of of macbeth, frogs. Their skin glands have poison that repels predators.
Its body consist of the head,trunks,forelimbs, and hindlimbs. The bones of the hindlimbs are supported by the pelvia girdle. I found out that frogs start out being a tadpole then evolve itself. The plant class, there are many types of plants. You gee plants everyone where, without plants the world would not survive. Plants have male and female parts. To tell a female pine from a male pine you have to see if the conifers pine have a brown part, if it does have a brown part it is known as a female. If you see a yellow tip on a needle then it is known to be a male part.
So from this animal kingdom lab, I learned a lot more stuff about animals than I already know. Ethics Moral! Like the Health Essay, clams I saw and disected, I know I won't experience eating a clam anymore. Moral! I think the most interesting type of animal is the plants. The plants are easier to study and it is very interesting. They have a lot of things common with other animals such as sponges. They don't seem to flies theme be alive but they are.
Sponges and plants are anchored onto the ground. Some plants are dangerous such as the venus fly trap. There are six main phylums. Moral! As the millions of years past these phylums starts to get more and more advance and giving injections complex as they adjust themselves to their environment. Moral! The first phylum is the sponge. If you look at this phylum at Mandatory Insurance first, you might think it's some kind of moral, cactus underwater. How is were and sedition, this poo poo green, dry and slimy at the same time, and ethics slow looking creature actually an animal? You ask yourself. And Recreation Essay! But you should never judge aphylum by it's appearance. Many, including me mistakens this phylum as a plant, but actually this phylum is a true animal. Ethics Moral! It is anchored in place and aren't moble just like a plant.
This phylum's body is really scattred around like a plant and it's stems and Health Insurance Essay totally lacks symmetry. This phylum has a very simple body plan and doesn't really have a lot of organs. Unlike us and many of the moral, other phylums, sponges and cnidarians has a dead-end digestive system. This freaky system is Mandatory Insurance, where the mouth is the same as the anus. This means that whatever they put in their mouth, comes back out of their mouth. That's what so cool about ethics moral these phylums, but thinking about it stills makes me want to throw up and when the alien and sedition acts I'm glad I don't have that freaky system in moral my body. I'm not really into the whole dirty waste in my mouth thing. You've probably seen the next phylum before. Injections! Maybe it stun you on your butt while you were skinny dipping or maybe you probably just saw it lying on moral the sand dead and guts all smeared around. It's really clear, bell-shaped, really slimy, and floats.
It's the cnidarians which is a big geeky word for jellyfish. Unlike the sponge this phylum has a radial symmetry where his body is focused on a center. This phylum is one of my favorite phylums too. What's so cool about it is that it poisons its food first before it eats it. It stuns it's food with it's long slimy tentacles with this neurotoxin that makes it's food brain freeze and and sedition acts passed can't move. After is all stupid and frozen, the jellyfish takes it up to his mouth and ethics moral digests it. The only Arts China, this bad thing about this phylum is that it's as freaky as the sponge. It also has an anus as a mouth. What is with all these freaky, dirty mouth phylums, but soon all this will stop and the next generation of moral, phylums will start to what is the have anuses. Ethics! There is Arts China, another class of cnidarian, it is called the Anthozoa. Ethics! I don't know why they changed they name so much.
It look's like a ordinary jellyfish except that it is lord, backwards and ethics stuck on a rock. It's just like the sponge, it is history of western, also anchored and can't move. Luckily all this freaky digestive thing stops and the phylums starts to have anuses. Moral! It stays that way too. The next phylum is the annelids which is another nerdy word for worms. The annelids are the first phylum to of the have the bilateral symmetry where each side is of the phylum is the ethics, same with a anterior which is the Arts Dynasty China Essay, head and a posterior which is the end. It's like looking in a mirror.
All animals that have a bilateral symmetry has a anterior(head), posterior(rear), dorsal(back) and moral ventral (stomach). Annelids are also segmented. It's like the body had beencut up and divided up into and Recreation in Song Dynasty China Essay, parts. You can tell this by looking at a worm where you can see the little line that surrounds the worm's body. From this time on moral all the following generations of phylums has a bilateral symmetry. And let's not forget about the what of macbeth, new digestive system that is hitting the phylum nation. Everyone is doing it.
Say goodbye to wasteful mouths and ethics moral say hello to the one-way digestive system. In this system, there is actually an anus. They eat the Arts in Song Dynasty, food and ethics moral then comes out of their anus just like us. The annelids are also the first phylums to start the whole body cavity trend and no it is not a ritarded tooth problem thing. Music! A body cavity is actually when your body is close and has no openings just like our bodies. All our organs are protected by our skin and muscles. Unlike the sponges and cnidarians, the annelids and other phylums have a body cavity. The sponges and cnidarians have a big opening the center of their body that is always open. Annelids may look really wimpy and boring, but they have an ethics moral advance body plan compared to the sponges and cnidarians.
They actually have a big digestive system with working organs and a stomach. They even have a nervous system. They sure beat the sponges and cnidarians when it come to the insides, but as generations form the more complex these phylums get. There are two classes of annelids. The first class is the earthworms. Earthworms would eat anything. They're detritavores. They just eat up a file of mud and whatever is in the mud they digest. That's really nasty to Health Essay me. It's almost as bad as school lunch. You never know what's in it you just eat it and hope it taste good.
The next class is the polychaetes. Moral! These guys are marines. They live in the ocean swimming their lives away using limbs to Arts transport themselves and moral wiggle themselves from rock to rock. The next phylum are clams which are called the mollusks. Like the annelids, clams have a bilateral symmetry and a one way digestive system. But these guys have gone complex. With organ systems for circulation, respiration, digestion, and excretion they beat all the and sedition passed, other phylums out of the ballpark back at that time. Their body consist of moral, three parts which are the mascular foot, the head, and the visceral mass. Giving! Like the annelids, all mollusk are true coeloms too. This is what a mollusk's body cavity is called.
The coelom of the mollusk is enclosed within the mesoderm. This helps mollusk have advance organs. There are three classes of Mollusks which are the bivalves, gastropods, cephalopods. The bivalves consist of two shells that is connected with the hinge ligament. Each shell consist of ethics, three layers which are the outer organic layer, prismatic layer, and calafied organic layer. Shells is what the mollusk is giving, known for. they're the only phlums who use shells. You're probably asking where all this shell comes from. Do these guys saw it up or something.
The answer is the mantle that makes shell by secreting the calcium carbonate. Like all mollusks their is ethics moral, a foot that anchors the animal and digs into the sand. It's like a hand except called a foot. Other characteristics mollusks have is that they have siphons and gills. The Siphons are like the mouth and anus thing. It's like a tube just like the annelids have. There are two parts of the Arts Essay, tube.
There is the incurrent siphon where water and food enters clam and the excurrent siphon where the water and food leaves the clam. The tubes are next to each other unlike the annelids where it is a straight route, but they are both unfreaky freaky and use one-way digestive system. Each mollusk have two pairs of gills that help them breath. Ethics! It lies on each side of the siphons . When And Sedition Acts Passed! It also helps sort out ethics sand from food and and Recreation China Essay out the excurrent siphon. The molusks are the first phylum to use gills. Like the annelids and moral mollusks, the next phylum has a bilateral symmetry and one-way digestive system. Like mollusks , these guys are have a coelom and are segmented. They are the of western, arthropods. The mollusk has seven different classes which are the milipedes, centipedes, insects, crustaceans, arachnids, horseshoe crabs, and the sea spiders. Ethics! The thing that makes them stand out is that they have jointed appendages that help them reach more and be more flexible.
Another thing cool about these guys is that the the alien and sedition passed, have exoskeletons. It's like hard protective skin. It's like the mollusk's shell except cooler because it covers up all their body. The only bad thing is that they can't grow in it so they shed after a while. It's like if your tired of your old skin you can get another one. The next phylum is my favorite one because I'm in it. It is the vertabrates. It's the last phylum.
Like the past pylums, they have a bilateral symmetry and one-way digestive system. They also have a coelom like the mollusk. The different thing about moral it is that they have spinal cord. Unlike mollusk and arthropods, they don't have shells or shedding exoskeletons but they do have skin. This phylum is made up of five classes which are the fishes, amphibians, reptiles, avies, and mammals. Lord Of The Flies Theme! Us humans fit into the mammals class even though some of ethics, us don't have milk. Of The Flies Theme! All of the classes in this phylum lay eggs except for mammals. As generations pass these phylums start to get more complex and complex producing more organs and parts to adapt to moral their environment more better. For the past couple of weeks, our Biology class has been look and observing different types of Animals. Animals like worms, claims, arthropods, frogs, snake, turtle, alligator, lizard, toad, and a few other animals. We also looked at Arts in Song Dynasty Sponges, Cnidaria, Annelids, and Molluka.
Sponges are anchored. Ethics! They have a dead-end and of the has a Digestive System. There Choranocycle (cilia). Of course like any other living organism they eat Plankton (food). Sponges have tissues and a asymmetrical. As for Cnidaria (jelly fish) there also dead-end. They have a radio system.
A scyphozoa pulls prey up to its mouth with its tentacles. A cnidaria uses nematocyst to ethics capture prey. Annelids are worms and are one way digestive system (mouth separates form anus). They have a bilateral system, an anterior (head), Posterous (tail) and circulatory system. When Were The Alien! They're segmented.
There are two types of class for Annelids earth worms which has Laud dwelling (terrestria), there detritavores, bacteriaore and ethics has no appendages. As for polychates they're marine so they live in the ocean, there appendages and are carnivores (meat eater). A mollusk are one way digestive system and its mouth and anus lie next to each other. There bilateral, and has body cavity. It has a 3-part body plan reproduction a visceral mass, head, and foot. The mollusk has three classes bivalvia ( bivalves) which has a three layered shell, a mantle, a visceral massgills, mouth, anus, siphons- excurrent and incurrent. A bivalvia has two adductor muscles.
The Cephalopods (head-foot) which are octopus, squid. Were The Alien Acts Passed! And the last class is moral, Gastropods. Mollusk is the first with a true coelom. Finally our last phylum that I'm going to talk about are arthropods which are also one way digestive system and is bilateral. It's has a exoskeleton, it's segmented and has jointed appendages, and it's well developed. It also has a nervous system, organ system, and giving injections reproduction.
It has seven classes horseshoe, millipeds, centipas, insects, Arachnide, crustacea, and sea spider. Ethics Moral! Spiders and scorpions are arthropods that inject digestive enzymes into its prey, before devouring it. Millipedes is an arthropod that injects 2 appendages attached to its segment. Of Western! Arthropods has the most advanced nervous system. Christina Khalil Revision 1. For the past couple of weeks, our Biology class has been looking and observing different types of Animals. Ethics! Animals like worms, claims, frogs, snake, turtle, alligator, lizard, toad, and a few other animals. The animal kingdom is very diverse. What Is The Climax Of Macbeth! We were looking at six different phyla's. The six specific phyla's that we've been looking at are Sponges, Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusk, Arthropods, and ethics Chordates (Vertebrates).
Sponges are the of western, only phyla that are Asymmetry because they all have many shapes. Cnidarians are the only phyla that are radial symmetry because they're round shaped. Ethics! The rest of the phyla's, which are Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates, are bilateral symmetry, which means they have an anterior, and posterior. Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates are three-part body plan. Lord Of The Theme! The three parts are the visceral mass, which is the moral, section in the center that has the body's organs, head, and foot. Sponges, Cnidarians and Annelids aren't three-part body plan.
Annelids and giving injections Arthropods are segmented. When those phyla's are segmented it means that segments towards the head are hearts and ethics moral the segments toward the tail are the digestive system. For example if a worm losses one of of western, its segments, they're still alive because they're a lot of replicas. All of them are Multicellular plus protista. When a phylum is multicellular it means that it makes up tissues. The tissues make up there body cavity and in the body cavity there is a circulatory (organs) system. They are all similar when it comes to this category because there multicellular have many cells in them, and in ethics the body cavity they all have a complex circulatory (organs), nervous (nerves), digestive, reproducing (reproducing), and a well developed visuals system.
Mollusks and history of western Chordates are the only phylum that has a true coelom. A true coelom means that they are a fluid and filled body cavity and that they are developed entirely within the mesoderm. Sponges, and ethics moral Cnidarians are the only two phyla's that are Dead-end digestive system. A dead-end digestive system means that food comes in and Recreation China Essay and goes out the same hole. The rest of the moral, phyla's, which are Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates, have one-way digestive system. Mandatory Health Essay! A one-way digestive system means that the mouth is separated from the anus. Most Mollusks has simple eyes, Arthropods have compound eyes, which are a lot of single eyes all in one, and chordates have very advance eyes. Arthropods and Chordates have jointed appendages.
Jointed appendages are when two parts of ethics, a leg are put together by muscles that make them move. Chordates are the only phyla that have internal skeleton. An internal skeleton means that the skeleton is inside the animal's body, just like human beings, their skeleton is in the human's body. Arthropods have an exoskeleton. An exoskeleton is the opposite of internal skeleton, so an exoskeleton is one its skeleton is on the outside of the lord flies, body. All of the phyla's are moble except for sponges. Ethics! Moble means movement within the lord, animal or phyla.
Sponges can move around but within it's area, they're not mobile (doesn't move), they are the moral, only one that is anchored (attached to the substrate/ground). Annelids are the only phyla that are setae. A setae is an lord of the external bristles. Sponges are the only phyla that are coenocytes. A coenocytes (cilia) is to catch the plankton and other imported food. In conclusion, based on what I observed, I learned that each characteristic are very different in its own way. They all have similarities, and one big similarity they all have is that they all fall in to the same category, which is the Animal Kingdom. Ethics Moral! I noticed that some of the flies theme, information I learned related to humans. Moral! One of the animals that are in the Sponges phyla is the giving, choanoytes.
Some types of animals that are in ethics the Cnidarians phyla are jellyfish, sea anemones, nematocyst, entozoan, corals, and scyphozoans. Giving! Some animals in the Annelids phyla are earthworms and ethics moral polychaetes. Some animals in the Mollusks phyla are anthozoans, cephalopoda, gastropoda, and bivalvia. Some types of animals that are in the Arthropods phyla are arachnida, centipedes, chilopoda, crustacea, diplopoda, insecta, millipedes, sea spiders, and horseshoe crab. Some types of animals that are in theme the Chordate phyla are amphibians, avies, humans, mammals, Pisces, and reptiles. There are ' phyla that live in the whole world. Some are very common and we heard a 'lot about while some we didn't even have a chance to see it.
The six different phyla are porifera, cnidarians, annelids, mollusks, arthropods, and vertebrates. They all have differences and they all have similarities that they share. Porifera, which refers to a lot of pores, are sponges. Sponges are simplest animals you car, find, because they are lack of organs. They are more like plants in a way because they are anchor to the sea floor, but they don't photosynthesis like all the moral, plants do. Injections! Because they don's have urn, they have to use cilia, eau choanocytes, which attracts the ethics moral, water arid filter with the holes on its body. They have a dead end digestive system, which means that food enters through. the mouth, wastes leaves by the mouth. They have an injections asymmetry body, which means it has no central point or axis on its' body. They also have no body cavity.
Cnidarians are jelly fishes, sea anemones, hydra, etc. They have habitats that are mostly in moral the water or close to the water. Were The Alien And Sedition Acts Passed! Example like the jelyfish, they float on ethics water and the sea anemones which look like a upside down jellyfish sticks to rocks by the side. They capture their prey by using their finger 'like thins on its' body name pneumatocyte. When they catch a prey, they will inject some neuro toxin into Health Essay, their body acid mess nip their cells and stun them. They have a dead end digestive system They are radial symmetry, which means they have a central point so if you want to cut it up into pieces they will equal up. Two of the characteristics that cnidarians and sponges share are their digestive system and the way they catch their prey. Both cnidarians and sponges have a dead end digestive system. Ethics! The cnidarians uses neumatocyte while the lord flies, sponges use their cilia. Ethics Moral! But they have some differences; they have different symmetry and body plan. The sponges have an asymmetry and the cnidarians have a radial symmetry.
The sponges are very simple; the climax of macbeth, cnidarians has a better body plan than they do. The annelids are earthworms and polychaetes. They are bilateral symmetry, they don't have a central point, but if you cut them in half they will look the same. They have a one-way digestive system when means that they enter through the mouth and it leaves on its alias. They have a better nervous system than the cnidarians and the sponges. They have segmented body, arid because of their segment they actually ha'v'e a heart arid eventually more than t heart because they have more than 10 segments on their body. T hey have a more complex body plan and they have body cavity. The annelids are different from moral, both sponges and cnidarians because of their symmetry they ail got different symmetries. Giving Injections! The sponges, which h are not, that complex and they don't have a body cavity like the annelid do. They got different digestive system.
They are more similar on their tropic level, the ethics, Polychaeta, which is one of the classes of the annelid, is a carnivore, like they jellyfish they are also carnivores. The Mollusks group includes clam, snail, octopus, etc. They have a one-way digestive system. They have a bilateral symmetry. Insurance! They have three body parts; they are the foot, visceral mass and head. They have a good circulatory and nervous system. They also have body cavity. The mollusks have an even better circulatory system than all the other phyla above. Mollusk is more like the annelids because they have the same symmetry. They both have the same digestive system, but the mollusks seem to be more advance. They have siphons that can separate Afferent food, that can help them not eat the ethics moral, food that is lord flies theme, not edible to them and they don't have to go through all the intestines to get out.
The annelids don't have very advance body plans, so they don't have organs all that much like the mollusks do. The mollusks mainly live on the ma-1-11.1e and the polychaete lives on the marine also. The Arthropods include all the more advance classes like the millipedes, centipedes, insects, crustaceans, arachnids, horseshoe crab, and the sea spiders. To me they fairly advance and complicate. Moral! They have bilateral symmetry. They have jointed appendage, which refer to an extra body part like a leg, aria, tail, etc.
They also have exoskeleton that limits their size for growth. h. They also have a one-way digestive system. They also have segmented body. The millipedes and of macbeth centipedes are more like the annelids, because they look more like the ethics moral, polychaete. They also have a one-way digestive System like a lot of the of her J phyla. They also have segmented body like the history of western music, annelids. Unlike the annelids, they have only one heart. Their exoskeleton 38 'very unique other phylum doesn't have it. Last but not least, the vertebrates. T hey are the amphibian, reptile, fish, avies, and mammals. They have this name because all animals under t here have spinal cord. They have the moral, most advance body plan.
T he ha'v'e internal skeleton. They are bilateral symmetry and one-way digestive system. Some of the classes are eventually warm blooded. They are more unique in a way; because they are the most advance phylum and they are more develop. They have a lot of differences than the others. The only thing they are similar to lord of the theme the other phyla are their symmetry and their digestive system. Unlike the arthropods, they have skeleton inside of them. Ethics! They are also unique of injections, their backbone and warm--blooded. They all share some differences and similarities. The sponges is not compare to most of the classes, because 'they don't look that much of art an animal arid don't have much characteristic to compare to moral others. The animal kinom is more about similarities in history music their looks, habits, and ethics moral their body plan.
A phylum is a group of organisms that have similar characteristics. There are many different groups of phylums. The phylums consist of and Recreation in Song China Essay, sponges, cnidarean (jellyfish), annelids(worms), mollusks (clams), anthropods, and ethics moral vertebrate Through out this essay you will learn about a couple of phylums and what is consists of. The first phylum that I am going to write about are sponges. Arts And Recreation In Song Dynasty! When I say sponges I don't mean the sponges that you use to ethics moral wash dishes but an actual living animal Sponges form is asymmetrical. It has an dead end digestive system; which means it come in when were one way and exits through that same place. Sponges are anchored in place like most plants but it's considered an animal. Sponges filters food particles from water by trapping them in ethics moral their choanocytes (little cilia; it's hair like). Sponges look some what like a tube. The next phylum that fm going to what is the climax of macbeth write about is cnidarean or jellyfish Jellyfish is the common name for this phylum.
The jellyfish has a radial symmetry. they also have a dead-end digestive system . Moral! They have tentacles and stingers with nurotoxins that come out of the stingers. They used the giving, stingers to ethics protect there. The phylum consists of both jellyfish and. anthozoan or sea anemone. The jellyfish float, are bell shaped, and they are clear. The sea anemone is an upside-down jellyfish„ it's not clear, and it attaches itself to rocks and other things. Annelids or worms are another type of phylum. They have a bilateral symmetry. They have a one-way digestive system, which means that they have a mouth and were the alien a anus.
They have a some what complex body system. It's segmented, has a head, posterior, and a body cavity. The annelids consist of earthworms and ethics polchaetes. The earth worm is the alien and sedition passed, a detritavore and has no limbs. Ethics! The polychaetes are marine animals, they have limbs, and are carnivores. Mollusks or clams are the next phylum Clams have a bilateral symmetry. They also have a one-way digestive system. They have a body plan a foot that helps them anchor to the ground, visceral mass, a head, and a coelom. The class is call bivalves.
It has two shells, three layers, a mantle, abductor muscles, siphon, gills, and were and sedition hinged ligament They are plankton eaters. Arthropods are one of the most largest phylums because there are hundreds of million of them. All Arthropods have a head, jointed appendages, they are segmented, have an exoskeleton, compound eyes, spiracles, and ethics circulatory system. There is also a couple of history, exception, some arthropods have wigs and a malpighain tubules. A mipighain tubules is a system in which water goes in with food and other wastes.
Then when it is realeases the water and waste is filtered out and the food is left. Moral! There are seven classes of arthropods. Those classes are diplopoda, chogoldia, insecta, malacostraca, arachnids, pychogonida, and merostomata. Of The Flies Theme! The diplopoda or millipedes have two pair of legs per segment and is a herbivore. Ethics Moral! The chogoldia or centipede have one pair of when the alien and sedition passed, legs per segment and is a carnivore. The insecta class or insects have a head, thorax, abdomen and six legs on the thorax Malacostraca or crustaceans have two pairs a legs, thorax a head, and abdomen. Arachnids have eight legs, an abdomen, and they are carnivores.
Pychogonida or horse shoe crab, basically it has an horse shoe shaped head and that's it. And last but not least the merostomata or sea spider. Vertebrae's are the last yet most important phylum. The vertebraes have a bilateral symmetry. Ethics! It has a coelom, a vertebrae, and a spinal cord.
The classes consist of lord of the flies, fish, amphibians, reptiles, avies or birds, and mammals. The fish are marine animals. They have two pairs a limbs. They have dorsal and ventral fins, gills and moral produce eggs. Injections! They can only survive in ethics moral water. There are many different types of fish ranging from tropical to fresh water. Amphibians such as frogs, toads, and Insurance Essay salamanders have two pairs of limbs thick skin and they are cold blooded.
Cold blooded means that their body temperature changes along with the temperature of the environment They can live on land and in water. Moral! Reptiles have scales, they are cold blooded and Arts and Recreation China they lay eggs. Ethics! Reptiles can also go weeks or months without eating. Avies or birds have feathers, they have two pairs of limbs, warm blooded, and lay eggs. Last, we have mammals, the best class of flies theme, them all They have fur, they are warm blooded, they have milk, and moral they have internal fertilization. These are some of the many phylums. If I was to pick which out of Arts and Recreation in Song China Essay, these six were my favorite I would pick the moral, vertebraes. Why I would pick that? It's because I'm an vertebrae.
I hope that you learn a lot from my paper and that you get something from is the, it. A phylum is ethics moral, a group of organisms that have similar characteristics. There are many different groups of phyla The phyla consist of is the climax of macbeth, sponges, Cnidaria (Jellyfish), annelids (worms), mollusks (clams), arthropods, and ethics vertebrates. Through out this essay you will learn about Mandatory these phyla. You will also have an moral idea of and Recreation Dynasty China, how they are different. One thing that makes them different is their symmetry. Ethics Moral! There are different types such as asymmetrical, radial, and bilateral symmetry. The sponges are the only phylum that is asymmetrical. The Cnidaria or jellyfish is the only phylum with radial symmetry. Annelids (worms), mollusks (clams), arthropods, and vertebrates phyla all have a bilateral symmetry.
Another characteristic that makes each phylum different from each other is their digestive system. Mandatory Health Insurance Essay! Some have a dead-end digestive system and others have a one way digestive system. A dead-end digestive system means that food come in one way and the waste comes out the from the same opening. A one way digestive system is when you food goes in ethics one opening and comes out another, in Mandatory Health Insurance Essay other words it has a mouth and a anus. Sponges and Cnidaria or jellyfish are the only phylum that has a dead-end digestive system. Annelids (worms), mollusks (clams), arthropods, and vertebrates all have a one way digestive system. The most distinguishing feature is ethics, what classes are in that phylum. In Song Dynasty China Essay! In the sponge phylum there is only sponges.
In the Cnidaria class there are jellyfish and Anthozoa or sea anemone. Ethics Moral! In the phylum annelids or worms there are earthworms and when the alien Polychaetes. In the ethics, mollusk or clam phylum it only what of macbeth, consists of one class bivalves. The phylum with the most classes are the arthropods. The arthropods have centipedes, millipedes, insects, crustaceans, arachnids, horse crabs, and spider crabs. In the last phylum vertebrates there are five classes; the fish, amphibian, reptiles, Avies or birds, and mammals. In all the phyla there is one specific trait that only one has and that all the others don't.
For example the sponge are asymmetrical. The Cnidaria or jellyfish has radial symmetry. Ethics! The annelids or worms has 150 segmented parts. The mollusks or clams have a foot (that helps keep them anchored to lord theme the ground) and a visceral mass. Ethics! Arthropods are probably the phylum that is the most unlike the what is the, rest. Moral! One of the characteristics that the arthropods has is an exoskeleton and that it has the hundred of millions of giving injections, species that fall into the arthropod phylum. Vertebrates probably have the most important feature which is a spinal cord. In conclusion, all the phyla are different, whether it's their internal features or their external none are really alike. Yet you can also see some things that they do have in common. In the second paragraph about symmetry you can see that four out of the six phyla have bilateral symmetry. Many things are different and. many things are alike.
Like that saying no two snowflakes are alike, that probably goes for phyla too. This is an ethics essay about similarities and differences in the animal kingdom that I have just studied about. During this session, I can tell you something that I have learned about animals. Animals can move, eat, breathe, reproduce, grow, and also animals have a life span. Most of the animals have organs; body plan, senses and nervous system just like human beings. In Song China Essay! There are also more that I can say about animals, but these are the basic stuff that I am going to mention on my essay, so too bad! Phylum have different symmetries. There are three different symmetries. There are asymmetry, radial symmetry, and bilateral symmetry. Asymmetry means that it is not symmetrical.
Radial symmetry means arrangement of moral, body parts around a central point. Bilateral symmetry is when certain phylum have left and right halves that mirror each others. A good example would be a butterfly. Most phylum have bilateral symmetry. Health! Phyla that are bilateral symmetry have surfaces that are identified as anterior (head), posterior (end), dorsal (back), and ventral (stomach). There is phylum that digest differently.
There are two digestive tract, dead end digestive tract and one way digestive tract. Sponges are asymmetrical and it is the only phylum that is moral, asymmetry, so sponges are different from the other entire phylum. Sponges have a dead end digestive system, which is history, similar to Cnidaria AKA jellyfishes. Jellyfishes also have a dead end digestive system but jellyfishes are radial symmetry. Ethics Moral! Annelids have a bilateral symmetry, meaning that is has a head, back, rear, and stomach. Annelids have a one way digestive system. Giving! Its body has a heart and circulatory system, a segmented body, nervous system, has body cavity. Arthropods have some similarities with annelids.
Arthropods also have segmented body, same bilateral system, its digestive system is one way, and moral has a heart. It also has a nervous system, but it is more advanced than annelids. Lord Theme! There is something arthropods have which the annelids don't have; arthropods have jointed appendages and moral exoskeleton. Mollusks have bilateral system, similar to the other entire phylum except for the sponges, which are asymmetrical. Mollusks have a one way digestive system, a good circulatory system, and a good nervous system. It has three body parts, and they are foot, visceral mass and head. As I said before, mollusks are similar to all the other phylum except for Arts in Song, sponges, but the differences between them is ethics, that mollusk have three body parts. Vertebrates will be the last phylum that I will be typing about because it is the last phylum. Were! Vertebrates are bilateral symmetry and have a one way digestive system like the other entire phylum except for the sponges. Ethics! Also, vertebrates have advance nervous system and a good circulatory system. The only the alien and sedition acts, differences are vertebrates have spinal cords and internal skeletons.
In conclusion, all phyla are bilateral symmetry except for jellyfishes and sponges. Most of the phylum has either advanced systems or good systems. Moral! Some have different body plans than others. These are the what is the, similarities and differences between each phylum. In this report, there have many kinds of ethics, Phylum creatures, and find out their shape and and Recreation China Essay body parts by dissection. They are Sponges, Annelids, Mollusk, Arthropods and Vertebrae. Sponges, they almost have dead-end digestive system, Choanocyte and Anchoved, but it haven't body cavity.The animal of the sponges is Anthozan.The creatures that similar the ethics moral, sponges is called Cnidarian.They also the the Dead-end digestive system,but they have Pneumatocytes(stinger) and neurotxin. Annelids, they have Bilateral Symmetry, and they have one -way digestive system,and they have Head (Antericr)Posterior and body Canvity. Their class creatures are Earthworms and injections Polychaetes. Mollusk, they also have Bilateral Symmetry and one-way digestive system, but their body was divided by 3 body plans, this three parts are foots,Visceral massand head. Bivalvia, Gastropods and Cephalopods are the creatures of the ethics, Mollusk.
Arthropods, like the Annelids and Mollusk, they have Bilateral Symmetry and One-way Digestive system and Coelom, but their body plan is segmented and jointed Appendages head and Exoskeleton. Were And Sedition Acts! Arthropods have seven kind of creatures, Millipedses, Centipedes, Insect, Cirustanceuns, Arachnids, Horsehoe Crabs and ethics Sea Spiders. Vertebare, a creatures who have Bilateral Symmetry one-way digestive systems and Coelom,it just like the Arthropods, but they have the Spinalcord. And Recreation In Song Dynasty China Essay! The five class creatures of Vertebrae are Fish, Amphobian, Reptiles, Avies(Birds) and ethics moral Mammals. Although they are different phylum, they also have similiar thing, e.g. Jellyfish and Anthozan(Sponges and Cnidarian).They shape are similar,(although they are upside down)and have same digestive systems. But sometimes, they are the same phylum and class, but they also have the big different. For example, human and the tiger(Vertebrae,Mammals), Their shapes,and the body part are very different. At last, I think that this Lab report are so interesting but hard, when i try to figure out which one is the ture Phylum and Class. And i know the interesting in this lab, the creatures was like near the human, it will be more smart, otherwise, they will easy to died. Arthropods and Vertebrates are very much different than alike.
Arthropods have many characteristics that vertebrates don't have. Arthropod mostly consist of insects such as millipedes, centipedes, etc. Arthropods include millipedes, centipedes, insects, horseshoe crab, ladybug, Malacostraca, Arachinida and sea spiders. Millipedes in Latin means thousand legs, they also has two pairs of legs. Centipedes and millipedes are similar in ways. Centipedes in Latin means hundred legs, they have one pair of legs on each segment so they have thirty legs total. Malacostraca includes shrimps, and pill bug. And Recreation In Song Dynasty! Arachinida includes scorpions, mites, and spiders. These Arthropods all have one thing in common.
They all have a segmented body, jointed appendages, exoskeleton, compound eyes, spiracles, and circulation. Moral! These arthropods have three parts; the Health Insurance, three-body parts are head, thorax, and abdomen. Arthropods are most likely to be carnivores because of their food web and ethics moral food variety of their habitat. Vertebrates are animals with vertebrates. When Were And Sedition Passed! They have one of the most advanced nervous in the animal kingdom.
Vertebrates consist of amphibians, reptiles, fishes, Avies, and mammals (which are us, humans). Amphibian are aquatic animals, they are cold blooded and lay eggs. Amphibians also have two pairs of limbs. Reptiles are also cold blooded and have two pairs of limbs. Ethics! Reptiles have scales like a fish but doesn't consider as a fish. Fishes have scales and aquatic. They also have two limbs and lay eggs.
Avies are bird, they have feathers and warm-blooded. Music! Similar to most animals, they have two pairs of limbs also. Mammals are one of the most evolved animal, they have fur or give milk. Mammals are also warm blooded. Moral! These vertebrates have a coelom, a backbone (spinal core), and internal skeletons. Most of them have two limbs. Arthropods and vertebrates both have a bilateral symmetry. They also have a one-way digestive system, which means they eat in were one end and come out the anus. Ethics Moral! Arthropods and Mandatory vertebrates have their differences.
Vertebrates have an advance nervous system and a circulatory system unlike arthropods. Vertebrates have an internal skeleton while arthropods have an ethics moral exoskeleton. In the animal kingdom there are a lot of phyla. The ones that we learn were sponges, Cnidaria, Annelids, mollusks, arthropods, and vertebrates. Cnidarians were the jellyfish, Annelida were the worms, mollusks were the animals that have shells like clams and snails, arthropods are the giving, bugs, and moral vertebrates are the amphibians, reptiles, Avies, mammals, and in Song Dynasty Essay fish. Sponges have a dead-end digestive system like the Cnidarians. Moral! It has a asymmetrical symmetry meaning left and music right of the body is not the same. It is also anchored in one spot. Ethics Moral! They are multicellularity meaning they have more then one cell but they do not have any tissue like all the other phylum.
They are the only one that is choanocytes. Cnidaria has a radial symmetry meaning that if a cut it in half from any angle that cuts through the giving, middle, it will be the same. Ethics! They have a dead-end digestive system like the sponges. They also have neumatocytes which they use to sting their prey. Some of the class in this phylum are jellyfish and sea anemones. Annelid has a bilateral symmetry just like mollusks, arthropods and vertebrates. Annelids are the worms and some of the class are the earthworm and Polychaetes. Polychaetes are the marine worms. Lord Theme! They have a one-way digestive system just like arthropods, mollusks and vertebrates. They are segmented and have body cavity.
Mollusks have a bilateral symmetry and a one way digestive system. Moral! They also have coelom made from mesentery. They got a good nervous system. Some of the class are bivalves, gastropods, and giving injections cephalopods. Bivalves are the ones with 2 shells like clams and oyster. Gastropods are the ones with 1 shell like snails. Cephalopods has head and foot.
Arthropods are the bugs. They have bilateral symmetry and a one-way digestive system. They have jointed appendages like the ethics, vertebrates. They also have a exoskeleton meaning there skeleton is on the outside. Some of the class in arthropods are millipedes, centipedes, insects, arachnids, crustaceans, horseshoe crabs, and sea spiders. Vertebrates are the animals that have a back bone.
They are bilateral symmetry and has a one-way digestive system. History Music! They have coelom just like mollusks. They have a internal skeleton meaning that they have a inside skeleton. Ethics! The classes are amphibians, reptiles, Avies, mammals, and fish. Amphibians are slimy animals they dry out easily. They breath through their skins and of macbeth they lay eggs. Reptiles has thick skin call scales. Ethics! They lay eggs. Avies are birds.
They have feathers and lay eggs. They are warm blooded. History Of Western Music! Mammals has fur or hair and are warm blooded. Ethics Moral! They are internal fertilization and have milk. Giving! Fish have scales and lay eggs. They have gills. These are the many things about the animal kingdom and there are similar in some of the phylum and there are soiree difference.
The most advance phylum are the vertebrates and the most simple are the sponges. In the Animal Kingdom, animals are separated in to groups called phylums. Each phylums has it's own characteristics and moral there own body behaviors. There are a total of six phylums that I have learned about in this unit about the Animal Kingdom. The six units are the sponges, cnaidarian, annelids, mollusks, arthropods, and vertebrates. Each one of the phylums has it's own class in it except for the sponges. The sponge's body structure is asymmetrical. They have a dead-end digestive system.
They eat and digest the same way. Sponges are anchored to the land meaning they cannot move to is the climax of macbeth another place even if it is it get food. Sponges get food by using a celia called a choanocyte to get their food. The cnidarian's body structure is radial symmetry. It has a dead-end digestive system. The have tentacles to capture foods and a pneumatorytes to sting preys with neurotoxin. The cnidarian has two classes; the ethics moral, jellyfish and the anthozoan. The jellyfish floats, are bell-shaped, and and sedition is clear. Ethics! The arthozoan is upside down jellyfish, not clear, and is attached. The annelid's body structure is bilateral symmetry. They have a one-way digestive system.
They have a anterior, posterior, body cavity and a digestive system. The two classes of this phylum are earthworms and polychaetes. What Is The Climax Of Macbeth! The earthworms are detritavores. Ethics! They also have no limbs and lives on land. On the other hand, polychaetes live in the marines and have limbs on segment. Polychaetes are carivores unlike the earthworms. Like the the alien and sedition acts passed, annelids, the mollusk also has a bilateral symmetry body structure and ethics moral a one-way digestive system. The mollusk phylum has a body plan foot, visceral mass, a head, and a coelum made from mesoderm.
The mollusk has three separate classes; the giving injections, bivalves, gastoropods, and the cephalopods. Ethics Moral! The bivalves have a three-layered shell, siphon, gills, and mantles. They also have an abductor muscle, and hinge lingments. The bivalves are planktavores. The gastropods also have a shell. They live possibly anywhere in the world. Like the bivavles, the gastropods also have gills. The cephalopods have mantle, gills, arms, and tentacles.
Unlike the others, the cephalopods have suckers or hooks. The arthropods have a bilateral symmetry body structure and a one-way digestive system. Their body plans are segmented, jointed appendages, a head, and an exoskeleton coelum. The arthropods have seven different classes. The classes are millipedes, centipededs, insects, crustaceans, arachinids, horseshoe crabs, and sea spiders. The millipedes have two pairs of legs per segments. In Song Dynasty China! They are herbivores. The centipedes are both herbivores and ethics carnivores. They have sex legs on thorax and and Recreation Essay a head. The insects have a thorax and moral one pair of abdomen. The Alien! The arachnids have eight legs, a head, and an abdomen.
They are carivores, The horseshoe crab's head is shaped like a horseshoe. The last phylum we learned about is the vertebrates. They also have a bilateral symmetry body structure. They have a one-way digestive system, a coelum, vertebrae, and a spinal cord. The phylum has five classes; the fish, amphibian, reptile, mammals, avies (birds).
The fish lives in a marina with fresh water: Most of them have two limbs. The amphibians have eggs dorsal, ventral fins and gills. The reptiles have two pairs of limbs, thin skin, and eggs. The mammals have scales and eggs. Mammals are warm-blooded, has eggs, furs, and milk. Mammals have an ethics internal fertilization. Mammals are also warm-blooded.
The avies have feathers and has two pairs of limbs. Avies are coldblooded. Throughout this unit of the Animal Kingdom, I have come to music the verdict that their body structure and the way it works separate animals to ethics moral what phylum they belong to; not by their size. I also learn that even though some animals are in the same phylum, they are in another different class. I also learn that even though they are in different phylum and of western class, they also share similarities. There are a lot of types invi-art Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusks, arthropods and Vertebrates. They are different between them, like Annelids and sponges different because sponges water and annelids (worms) live OD the ground and they look different. Moral! Some of them are similar they live in the same places and their like sponges and water and some vertebrates like fishes. Some of them looks like there the same to even though their not. Sponges live on Arts in Song China Essay the ocean they look like little tubes. They have a body wall that penetrates many pores, and they are stuck or attach to the bottom. of the moral, sea other Other submerged on the surface, like on a rock.
They mostly stay steady they don't move, they stay on place for their entrie lives. Of Western! When -they_eatiswhenmater4aesinanddt-traps organisms that are in the water then the water comes out the same way it comes in, so they use their mouth as their anus. Cnidarians which are jelly fish. Ethics Moral! Most have tentacles, they live on the sea and their are a lot of them that lok different even though though they are the lord, same orgadism They are kind of clear and moral they have like purple or light blue mix. What Is The! Jelly fish are predators they sting their prey with their tentacles.
Their are -2W speciesof *My fish- A jelly fish pry gds both male and female, if a huge jelly fish stings a human it can cause them to die in seconds. The Annelids, which are worms, they are familiar to all earthworms. some annelids live on fresh w7ater-.They 2,000 species of annelids. that have have been known. Ethics Moral! They eat and trough it back out by injections their mouth which is their anus to. Polychaetas are marines they live on the ocean. Some swim and they are predators they use their jaws to feed on other small animals. Annelids as polychaetas are same species. Mollusks andlot in common -even though they donl. Some of the moral, mollusks are marines, and they live on what of macbeth fresh water. They have 3 body plan foot, visceral-.mass.andzoelom.
Their are different mollusks different kinds of names like snails, .oysters, octopuses and others. The bivalves have 2 shells (valves) which are layered by Fthe There are 1,000 species of bivalvia gastropods is the-class of snails and slugs, they only have one single shell, they live everywhere they also have gills and lungs. There are SO,-OW species of the ethics, class class gastropods. The cephalopods octopuses,'. squids, cuttlefishes, and nautiluses. Their are 600 species of the class cephalopoda. They-havzamantle,gills,_arms,_and tentacles. The arthropods are animals like insects like spiders and giving beattles. Their are more antrhopods living an earth than any othe rkind of animals.
Arthropods is the class of insect which are insects and moral they eat plants. They have body parts like head, exoskeleton, coelon and 1a Millipedes-and Centipedes are-.nthropods that have a lot of legs, most-of them have.hard skin. They had also evolved from annelids so they have some kind of is the climax, relation. Vertebrates are animals like fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and moral mammals. Vertebrates have a back bone the .fish isa marine animal and it has fins, scales, and like amphibians they have thin skin. So that is theme, why some of ethics, them must reproduce in water or be moist.
The amphibians are animals like snake those don't need to Mandatory be nn water they are warm blooded. The birds have feathers and most of the mammals have hairs so their all animals that have fur. and they are cold blooded. A lot of this classes have things in common and some don't. Some animals are adapted to the same environment like the fish sponger and octopus live on water and they might have a thin skin to. Some of the animals have a different adaptations than others, for example the spiders soave of ethics, them live on on the .desert where-is dry Others.-like fishes live on the water because they need to be on it so they don't dye. by doing this essay I learned more beause I read a lot of the information that was -on-the book and Dynasty China I -saw plenty of more different stuff that they have. Throughout the Animal Kingdom labs and moral assignments that we've been through, I've noticed the of western music, differences and similarities between the major groups of animals.
The differences and similarities are based on their characteristics and things that distinguish them. In this essay, I will be comparing and ethics moral contrasting Sponges, Cnidaria, Annelids, Molluska, Arthropods, and Vertebrates the best I can. Sponges are anchored all their lives. In that case, they just have to wait until food (plankton) come to them. Giving! They have dead-end digestive systems. When it comes to moral its form, they are considered asymmetrical. Cnidaria (Jelly fish) are anchored at one point in their life (when they are babies), then they are free to linger on the rest of their lives. Injections! They have dead-end digestive systems too.
When it comes to its form, they are radial symmetrical (round.) It uses its tentacles to get food by ethics strangling fishes with them. When Were The Alien Acts Passed! Sea anemones (upside down jelly fish that are stuck onto rocks) on the other hand, are anchored but they too have tentacles. Annelids have an anterior and posterior. They have one-way digestive systems (mouth separated from anus.) When it comes to its form, they are considered as bilateral symmetrical. Earthworms are land dwellers, while Polychaetes are marine; earthworms are detritivores and bacteriavore, while Polychaetes are carnivores; and earthworms does not have appendages while Polychaetes does. Molluska have one-way digestive systems. They have three part body plans: visceral mass, head, and foot. Moral! When it comes to its form, they are bilateral symmetrical.
They have a body cavity and a true coelom. Health Insurance! Part of the Molluska group are Bivalvia (clams), Cephalopods (octopus and squids), and moral Gastropods (snails.) Arthropods also have one-way digestive systems. They are bilateral, and they have a exoskeleton. They are segmented just like annelids. They have jointed appendages. Arthropods have seven classes. Mandatory Insurance! Vertebrates have one-way digestive systems. They have complete set of organs, requires lungs to breath, and have jointed limbs.
They too are bilateral. All in conclusion, based on my observations, I realized that most of them were bilateral. Annelids, Molluska, Arthropods, and Vertebrates are bilateral; unlike sponges and Cnidaria. Some are terrestrial while some are marine. Their characteristics may differ or be the same in different ways, but at the end they all belong to the animal kingdom. There are many different creatures in this world.
One creature that lives under the water is called Phylum (Sponges). They are anchored to the ground. Ethics! They have a dead-end digestive system, it eat through it's mouth and empty it's waste through there too. They eat plankton, they move their bodies with the China, waves of the water, they catch the little particles in the water. Moral! Another one that lives in giving the water is moral, called Cnidaria (Jellyfish). Of Western! They have a dead-end digestive system also.
They eat small fish that come near them. They sting them with their tentacles. The Phylum and the Cnidarians have one similarity they have a dead-end digestive system. Moral! The difference between them are very obvious, they have two different body shapes and many other things. Another creature is called an Annelids (Worms).
They live on the land. Injections! They have a one way digestive system, it's head is separated from it's bottom. It is moral, bilateral symmetry, they live under the lord of the, dirt. They eat little particles of things they can find . The worms and the jelly fish really don't have anything in common, but they do have things that are different. Like there digestive systems. Moral! The Mollusk (Calm) is another creature that lives in the water. It has a one way digestive system, it is bilateral.
It has a foot to bury itself under the sand. It eats by separating the sand from the food. Flies Theme! What the Mollusk has in common with the Annelids are that they both have a one way digestive system and they both are bilateral symmetry. What they don't have in common is that the Mollusk has a hard shell covering and the Annelids do not. Another creature is Arthropods, They are also known as insects. They eat their food by catching it. Some use they fangs, webs, stinger and ethics moral many other things. They have a one way digestive, system and are bilateral symmetry. They have a exoskeleton, which means that their skeleton is on the outside. They have jointed appendages and they are segmented.
Some of them have compound eyes. They have a Nervous, Reproductive, and Circulatory system. They Mollusk and Arthropods have a Nervous, Reproductive, Circulatory system. Of Western Music! They both have a one way digestive system. Ethics! They are different from each other because the Mollusk don't have a compound eyes nor a exoskeleton. Another one is Chordates (Vertebrates). They live on history of western music land and eat by ethics catching their food. They have a one way digestive system and bilateral symmetry. What Climax! They have an Nervous, reproductive, Circulatory system.
They Tissues and Muscles in the inside of their body. They have a internal skeleton which means that their skeleton is in the inside unlike the Arthropods. They also have jointed appendages. The Arthropods and the Vertebrates have the same systems. There are many similarities and differences between the animal groups. Ethics Moral! The ones that I am comparing are these group animals: annelids (worms), arthropods, mollusk, sponges, and vertebrates.
These groups are going to be compared and contrast. Either the groups have things that are similar or differences. There are many different answers between all of them. Their lifestyles, description and when the alien and sedition other things about them will be compared and ethics moral contrast. Sponges are very different from the rest of the phyloms. When Were! All of these animals have a symmetry. Ethics Moral! Sponges are assymetrical symmetry while the annelids, mollusk, vertebrates, and arthropods all have bilateral symmetry so that makes the sponges different from the rest of the animal groups. They have a dead end digestive system and the rest of the groups all have one-way digestive system. There aren't that many similarities between the giving, sponges and the rest of the animals but one of the similarities are that both the arthropods and sponges filter food particles from water by trapping them in their choanocycte.
The food is moral, then digested inside the is the, cells. A type of sponge is the jellyfish and they digest food in their digestive cavity. They use pneumatocytes (stings the moral, prey) to capture the food. They are anchored in one place, as are most plants and animals are usually not anchored. They are neuro toxin. They catch food in a way that the others do very differently.
Annelids, known as worms are similar to Mandatory Insurance the rest of the groups except the sponges in that they have a bilateral symmetry and that they have a one way digestive system. they have an interior and a posterior. One type of annelid is the moral, earthworm. They are detritivores, which means that they eat dead leaves, animals, and bacteria. Its segments have limbs. There are many groups of worms. The two main ones are the polychaetes and the oligochaetes. They are different from the injections, rest of the groups in ethics moral that they have eight and no other animals have the same amount. Music! The annelids and the arthropods are both segmented.
Mollusks like the rest except the sponges are also bilateral symmetry and have a one way digestive system. One type of mollusk is a bivalve clam. It has a very good nervous system. Since it lives in ethics moral water, it has gills for it to breathe. A bivalve means two valves or shells. The shells have three layers: An outer organic layer (periostracum), a middle layer of calcium carbonate (prismatic layer), and an inner calcified organic layer (mother of pearl). They live in giving the ocean or land on top of the rocks. The mollusk and the arthropods both have coelom but the coelom from the moral, mollusk is made from messentary. The two most important type of mollusk group is the cephalopods and the gastropods. Arthropods are bilateral symmetry and have a one way digestive system, which is the same as all except for the sponges. Like the passed, mollusk they too have a coelom.
It is segmented, has a head, jointed appendages, and an exoskeleton. A type of arthropod from one of the seven classes is the ethics, millipede or the centipede. Arthropods have seven classes. Arthropods are different from the rest of the animal group in that they have a lot of classes. They are more diverse and complex. They are also different in that they have eight legs and three body parts. The body parts are the and Recreation in Song China, head, abdomen, and the thorax. They have two pairs of antennas. They are probably different from ethics moral, all the animals from its whole body to the type to its lifestyle. The vertebrate is lord of the theme, another type of animal that is very different from the rest.
Some classes of ethics moral, vertebrates are amphibians, reptiles, avies which are birds, fish, and mammals. Humans are mammals. They are bilateral symmetry and were have a one way digestive system like the animals except the sponges. Moral! They have coelom like the arthropoods and the mollusk. Lord Of The Flies Theme! They have a backbone and an internal skeleton. All the ethics moral, vertebrates have lungs so they use the lungs to breathe. Different types of vertebrates are different but they have things in common that they dehydrate and dry out easily. Some lay eggs and some fertilizes and reproduce that way. Mammals develop milk which other vertebrates don't. Mammals and avies are warm-blooded while the reptiles, amphibians, fishes are all cold blooded.
Vertebrates come in many types. There are a lot of when and sedition passed, species of vertebrates. Some of the warm-blooded and cold-blooded animals are similar to the other animal groups. The Animal Phyla includes sponges, cnidarians, annelids, mollusks, arthropods, and vertebrates. Each phylum also has different classes. Every phylum is also special because they differ in some of the same and some different characteristics. Symmetry is one of the characteristics that make each phylum different. Sponges have asymmetrical body. Asymmetrical is when the body has low lack of symmetry. Moral! Cnidarians have radio-symmetry, which is when the body has a regular, circle shaped body. History Of Western Music! Annelids, mollusk, arthropods, and vertebrates have a bilateral symmetry.
Bilateral symmetry is when the similar body parts are the same ,e side of a median axis. Ethics Moral! This means that one side mirrors the is the, other side. There are two digestive systems that make each of them different. Ethics! One is called a dead end digestive system and Arts China Essay the other one is ethics, called a one way digestive system. Dead end digestive system is when food comes in one opening and waste comes out the same opening.
One way digestive system is of western music, where food goes in one opening and it goes through the body and out in moral another opening. Sponges and cnidarians each have a dead end digestive system. Annelids. mollusk, arthropods, and vertebrates each have a one way digestive system. In the cnidarians class, there is the jellyfish and Anthozoans. What Is The! In the annelids class there is the earthworm and Polychaetes. Mollusk includes bivalves, gastropods, and cephalopods. Moral! Arthropods include millipedes, centipedes; and insects. Is The Of Macbeth! Vertebrates include crustacean, arachnids, amphibians, reptiles, fish, birds. and moral mammals. Another thing that makes them different are some various things.
Sponges feed on plankton by lord theme their filter. Cnidarians catch food by ethics using neumatocytes (neurotoxins). They have a very simple nervous system and they can detect light and detect motion good. Is The Of Macbeth! Annelids are detritivores and carnivores. They have a more complex nervous system and a body cavity. Mollusks have a good circulatory system and moral a good nervous system. Arthropods have a segmented body and giving injections jointed appendages. Ethics! They also have an advanced nervous system. Flies! Vertebrates have spinal cord and an internal skeleton. They also have an advanced nervous system and a good advanced circulatory system. As you can see, there are many things that make each phylum similar and different.
The two things that make it really different are the symmetry and the digestive system. I learned a lot about each phylum. There are a lot of different characteristics of phylum in the animal kingdom. Each characteristics has its own body structure, the ethics moral, way they capture their prey, the way they digest, and more. The characteristics that we have studied are sponges, cnideria (jelly fish), annelids (worms), mollusks (clams), and injections the characteristic with the largest amount of ethics moral, classes, anthropods (insects). We're studying about all these different kinds of characteristics because we wanted to learn how to observe and describe the body structures, habitats, and digestive system and to see how each type of characteristics works. Since all these kinds of characteristics looks so different, I'm going to compare and contrast them as you read on. Sponges are creatures that live under the sea, they are anchored to the ground.
They have asymmetry shaped body. What Climax! They also have a dead-end digestive system (like the jelly fish), it sucks water into its mouth and ethics traps the planktons (food) with its cilia. After it digests, its remains also come out from the mouth. Sponges have no body cavities unlike the mollusks (clams). Cniderias (jelly fish) are creatures that live under water (like the sponges) but they flows around in the water. They have a radial symmetry system unlike other characteristics. Were And Sedition Passed! Jellyfish have a dead-end digestive system like the moral, sponges, everything comes in and comes out the same way. They use their tentacles to stig their prey with pnematocyts.
Jellyfish also digest very slowly. Giving! There's also the ethics moral, sea annemies that works the same way as jellyfish but they're anchored to the ground and they look like an up-side-down jellyfish. Annelids (worms) are creatures that live underground. They move by Insurance Essay detecting its light source. They have a bilateral symmetry (unlike the cnideria and the sponges) because you could see the anterior and posterior very clearly shown on ethics moral its body structure. Since they have a bilateral symmetry shaped body, they have a one-way digestive system. Annelids have a segmented body.
There's a heart in which of the segments expect for in Song Dynasty China, the anterior, posterior, and digestive parts because they need room for those. Annelids could be detritavores or carnivores. Detritavores are earthworms that live underground and eat tiny organisms from the sand's surface. Earthworms have no appendages attach to moral them. Carnivores are polychaetes (worms that lives under water) and eat only meat.
Polychaetes have appendages attach to the anterior part. Mollusks (clams) are creatures that live under the sand of the beach or ocean. They have a one-way digestive system and a bilateral symmetry shaped body just like the annelids. Arts And Recreation In Song China! Mollusks have body cavity and have a true coelom unlike any other characteristics. The mollusks have a more advance nervous and circulatory system. For the moral, clams, they have two shells on the alien and sedition passed the outside that's connected by the muscles on moral its side. In the clams' shells, there are the three body parts, foot, head, and visceral mass. Clams also have 3 layers called the organic layer, middle layer, and a mother of is the of macbeth, pearl layer. Moral! Clams captures its' prey but sticking its siphon above the surface of the sand. As the what climax of macbeth, water comes, it uses its siphon to suck in the water.
When the ethics moral, water is injections, sucked in, it separates the planktons (food) from the waste. All the waste and remains will go out another siphon. Clams move by using its foot and walk around under the sand. I think anthropods are the most interesting characteristic, which we have studied. Anthropods are the characteristic, which have the ethics moral, most classes. Anthropods are found in any parts of the world. They have a one-way digestive system and lord a bilateral symmetry like the ethics moral, annelids, and when were acts passed mollusks. They also have segmented body like the annelids.
Anthropods have joined appendages like the polychaetes. Anthropods are more develop and they have a shell that grows out of its body (like crabs) called exoskeleton. Anthropods have a total of seven different classes. Those seven classes are called millipedes, centipedes, scorpions and spiders, horseshoe crabs, crustaceans, sea spiders, and insecta. Millipedes and centipedes are a very similar class because they both have a similar body structure. The millipedes have two pairs of legs on each segment and the centipedes have one pair of leg on each segment.
Scorpions and spiders have 4 pairs of legs and moral they both have poison inserted near their anterior parts. Horseshoe crabs are crab with five pairs of legs like a grasshopper and its' whole body is under a shell. A horseshoe crab's tail is usually used to balance itself. Sea spiders are creatures that look like a spider but it has a much tinier body. Sea spider has every body parts that are attached to its body. Insectas are a group of Insurance Essay, creature that has wings, shells, and jointed appendages, which grows out from its body. After comparing and contrasting all those different characteristics I found out that all creatures would have at least one thing similar to the others no matter how different they look. When I think more into the different characteristics, the more similar it will get. Moral! After I have finished written this essay, I have learned how the theme, characteristics are connected and ethics moral I know more information about them.
In the were the alien and sedition, animal kingdom there are many Phyla. These phyla can be broken down by their characteristics. Take for ethics moral, example there are 2 ways they can be separated because one group has bilateral, the of the theme, other has radical symmetry and ethics moral the last one is asymmetrical. So right from the start that separates the phyla from each other. There are also things like the digestive system. These are all things that make them different from when were the alien and sedition acts passed, each other. One characteristic that right away separates the phyla's is their body symmetry. There are bilateral, radical and asymmetrical. Bilateral is basically mirror images of the body. Which means that the right side is a mirror image of the left side. Asymmetrical is when the body has low lack of moral, symmetry.
Radical symmetry is when the basic body shape is in a circle. The jellyfish is a perfect example of radical symmetry. Arthropods, vertebrae, worms, and giving injections mollusks belong to bilateral symmetry. Last but not least is the sponge, which goes to the asymmetrical group. Another characteristic that can separate them is their digestive system. The dead-end and the one-way digestive system. Moral! The dead-end is where food goes in to one hole and comes out of the giving, same hole it went in through.
Two phyla's that have a dead-end digestive system are the sponges and the jellyfish. The one-way digestive system is when food goes in ethics moral one hole and goes through the digestive system and out through another hole. 4 phyla's that have one-way digestive system are the arthropods, vertebrae, worms, and the mollusks. One more characteristic that separates the climax of macbeth, phyla's more, other then their body symmetry and ethics their digestive system is their segmentation. Other then the arthropods having their bilateral symmetry and and Recreation Dynasty China Essay their one-way digestive system their also segmented.
Segmentation is where the ethics moral, animals are divided into segments. Is The Of Macbeth! Another phyla that also has segmentation is the worms (annelids). Their body is also segmented. All of these animals have a different body plan. Starting with the arthropods, their body plans includes segmented parts, a jointed head and a exoskeleton. Ethics! All vertebras have a spinal cord. Sponges are anchored and have no body cavity. The jellyfish captures food with their tentacles. They are also clear, and what is the climax have a bell shaped body. Annelids have a head which is known as the anterior and the bottom is known as the posterior.
They also have a nervous system. Ethics Moral! Mollusks have a 3 part body plan: foot, visceral mask, and head. I learned that there are 6 different phyla's. They are separated from one another by their characteristics such as their body symmetry, digestive system, etc. They are also evolving and moving up, because their able to fly, they have wings, and have internal fertilization. I also learned that ether all advanced in of western one way or another. Also through time they are getting more classes of phyla as they are moving up on ethics moral the line of evolution. Their all different in their own ways but they come together in the animal kingdom and giving injections that what makes them similar.
The Animal Kingdom is at once the Kingdom most and least familiar to us. Almost all of the animals we commonly think of. From lions and tigers to ants and monkeys, this is an extremely diverse group of life. Sponges are filters. They eat mostly plankton. Sponges are asymmetrical. Ethics Moral! They have dead-end digestive systems, which means that the injections, food and waste out of the same place it came from. They have no body cavity and are hermaphrodites. This is ethics moral, a pretty simple species, but annelids are much more advanced when it comes to versatility. Annelids are segmented worms from the family Phylum Annelida. One of the most commonly knows member of this family is the earthworm.
Earthworms have 150 segments. They have dorsal pores at lord flies each segment between each two. Earthworms posses two pairs of pores opening into the seminal receptacles. During mating, it coats the eggs with mucus for ethics, egg development. Earthworms eat decaying vegetation, through their mouths, into is the climax, the pharynx, goes to ethics the esophagus and in the stomach until it reaches the anus. Lord Of The Flies Theme! Earthworms have multiple hearts in more than one segment. Ethics! They also have respiratory and flies circulatory systems. Annelids have bilateral symmetry and they have a one way digestive system. They are detrivores and carnivores.
However they don't have a central nervous system. Ethics! Annelids are much more advanced compared to sponges, but compared to mollusks, they aren't very special. Mollusks have bilateral symmetry. Giving! They also have one way digestive systems. All mollusks have a coelom, organ systems and ethics 3 basic mollusk parts: the flies theme, head, foot and visceral mass. Mollusks overall have good nervous systems and good circulatory systems. Mollusks are the first group to actually develop a true coelom. Many animals after the mollusk now have body cavities. The arthropods have even better systems than mollusks. Arthropods have bilateral symmetry and one way digestive systems like most animals do. In fact, 75% of all animals belong to moral the phylum arthropods (which also includes spiders and insects).
All arthropods have a hard exoskeleton made of chiton, a type of protein. This shell provides protection for the animals, and gives support for the attachment of the arthropod's muscles. Although arthropods grow, their exoskeletons do not grow with them. When Acts Passed! So they must periodically shed, or molt their exoskeletons in favor of a new one. Arthropods (arthro meaning joint, and pod meaning leg) also have jointed appendages. Lost limbs can gradually be regenerated after successive moltings. Arthropods have only one heart and ethics head region. They also have very good circulatory systems and respiratory systems.
This is a very advance species, but one more type surpasses it. They just so happen to acts passed be vertebrates. Vertebrates have bilateral symmetry and one way digestive systems. They all have coeloms and vertebras. All of them also have very advanced nervous systems and ethics good circulatory systems. They inhabit all regions of the history of western music, earth. Earth, sea, sky you name it and there will be a vertebrate somewhere around there.
They are omnivores, carnivores and ethics moral herbivores. In class we did a section of dissecting animals called Animal Kingdom. During the dissections we had homework that teaches us about each of the animals before we dissected it. So we learned all the Insurance, parts of the animals and then we identified the parts of each animal while dissecting it. Moral! When we were done with the dissecting eve would draw it and label it. So now we know a lot more about the animals that we studied. We studied things like sponges, Cnidaria, which are jellyfishes, annelids or worms, mollusks which are clams, and flies arthropods or insects. Ethics Moral! Now we are able to compare each animal to each other. Sponges have a dead end digestive system. That means that what they eat and the digest comes out Arts and Recreation in Song Dynasty China from the same place.
What also have the dead end digestive system is Cnidaria. But the Annelids have a different digestive they have a one way digestive system. That means that the mouth is separate from the anus. The mollusks is also have a one way digestive system, and so do the arthropods. Cnidaria are radially symmetrical. That means they are circular. Ethics Moral! The Sponges are not radially symmetrical but they are asymmetrical. Asymmetrical means that that class is not symmetry at what is the climax of macbeth all. Mollusks are not any of them but they are bilaterally symmetrical. Bilateral symmetry means that the left part of the dog and the right part of a dog is the same, then it is bilaterally symmetrical. What is ethics moral, also bilaterally symmetrical is the Health Insurance Essay, arthropods.
Annelids body's are segmented. Which are different from the other classes. But each are replaced with something different. Like the sponges, they have little cilia's that help them capture food:-The Cnidaria have something just as good or maybe even better. They have tentacles that use neuro-toxins to help capture it's prey.
Mollusks have shells to help it protect itself, and arthropods have exoskeletons, to help it protect itself too. From this whole lab I learned a lot. I learned more about animals and got to know their inside parts a lot more better. Also I learned a lot of characteristics from each class of animals. Like if they were anchored or mobile.
Or if they had shells or not, and stuff like that. 5o all together I learned a lot about moral these animals and which class they came from. The Animal Kingdom has lots of characteristic in their colum. Sponges, Anneldis, and Arthoropods are similar. They both have the same things in them. The sponges have asymmetry, multicellularity, dead-end digestive system, attached to the substrate, choanocytes, and corals. Them are all characteristic. Annelids have bilateral symmetry, segmented, multicellularity, tissue, body cavity, true coelom, organ system, dead-end digestive system, one-way digestive, mobile, head, setae.
As you can see annelids have the same mobile, multicelluarity as sponges. Of Western! Arthropods have bilateral symmetry, thre part body plan, segmented, multicellularity, tissue, body cavity, true coelom, organ systems, one-way digestive system, compound eyes, jointed appendages, exoskeleton, moble, visceral mass, Arachnida, Centipeds, and ethics Chilopoda Arthropods have moble, bilaterial, segmented, ect. just like annelids. Sponges, Annelids and Arthropods are similar because they have at least 4-6 same characteristic in lord them. Its like they kinda function the ethics, same way. The sponges and Anneldis are similar because they both carrie multicelluarity.
Sponges are any porous aquatic sessile animal of the phylum Porifera having a fibrous siliceous or calcareous internal skeleton and lacking tissue organization. The skelton of cerain sponges readily absorbing water and of the flies becoming soft when we while retaingin toughness. Sponges and ethics moral Anneldis are different from each other, because 1-13 characteristics more than sponges. Arthropods are any invertebrate of the of the were and sedition passed, Arthropod having a segmented body, jointed limbs, and a mineralized chitinous shell covering. Sponges and Arthropods are different from each other because Arthropods have symmetry and a three-part body plan, have tissue and moral an organ system. their similar to each other because they both have mulicellularity.
Sponges don't really carrie a lot of things into their bodys. Annelids are any segmented worm of the phylum Annelida, which includes the earthworms, leeches, and various marine forms. In some ways their different and some ways their not. There are many different pieces of Mandatory Health Insurance Essay, animals on over the world. We may not know all of them but somehow we still can hear from other or learn from our school. Animals are an important part that helps balance the circulatory system of the world and supply food to humans. Therefore, we need to learn about them so that we can preserve their lives. In my biology class, I learned about Sponges, Cnidarians (Jelly fish), Annelids (worm), Mollusk (clam), Arthropods (spider), Vertebrae (mammals). Now, let see the differences and similar from those animals.
First, we see their similar characteristics. Moral! The sponges and the Cnidarians have dead end digestive system. Arts And Recreation In Song China Essay! That means they eat in and throw out by the same way. They don't have body cavity. Moral! They live in the sea or ocean. They are anchored because the Anthozoan (emaciation's class) always attaches to the rock and they will die without the Arts and Recreation China Essay, rocks.
So they capture prey by water. Moral! Sponges, Jellyfish and Annelids are detritavores or carnivores. Annelids, Mollusk, Arthropods, and Mandatory Vertebrae have bilateral symmetry. They have one-way digestive system. They have head. They have body cavity. Ethics Moral! They live everywhere. They are herbivores or carnivores except Mollusk. They have coelom except Annelids.
They have segmented body except mollusk and vertebrae. Annelid (polychaetes) and Vertebrae (fish and amphibian and avies) have limbs. Arthropods and Vertebrae have legs. Most of animals have more different characteristics than similar characteristics. The sponges are asymmetrical. The Cnidarians has radial symmetry. Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Vertebrae have Bilateral symmetry. Sponges and Cnidarians have dead end digestive system and don't have body cavity but Annelids, Mollusk, Arthropods, and Vertebrae have one-way digestive system and body cavity.
Sponges are anchored but Annelids, Mollusk, Arthropods, and Vertebrae can move. And Sedition Passed! Sponges and Cnidarians, Annelids don't have coelom and head but Mollusk, Arthropods, and Vertebrae have coelom and head. Sponges capture preys by choanocyte (cilia) but Cnidarians capture prey by tentacles and neurotoxin (make the moral, preys can't move). Arts And Recreation In Song! Annelids and Arthropods have segmented body but others don't have. Mollusk has foot. Arthropods have legs. Vertebrae and polychaetes of moral, Annelids have limbs. Sponges and Cnidarians don't have foot and Arts Dynasty Essay legs and limbs. Mollusks have shells, visceral mass but others don't have. Ethics! Arthropods have jointed Appendages and exoskeleton but others don't have.
Vertebrae have vertebrae and spinal cord but others don't have. Sponges and Cnidarians don't have digestive system but others have. Music! Some mollusks have gills and mantle but others don't have except the fish of Vertebrae. Vertebrae have cold or warm blood but others don't have. Vertebrae (Avies and mammals) have feathers but others don't have.
Arthropods and earthworm live on the land but Sponge and Jellyfish live in the sea; Mollusks live everywhere. Annelids have the most advanced nervous system. Ethics! Arthropods have abdomen but others don't have. Vertebrae (fish, Amphibian, Reptiles) have eggs but others don't have. Mollusks (Bivalves) are planktavores. Jellyfish Arthropods and Vertebrae are herbivores or carnivores. The world is so beautiful. It creates a lot of history of western music, natural lives for people, plants, and animals. Those relate very tight to one another to balance the circulatory system.
We need to have knowledge about nature because that is what we face to everyday. We also need to preserve it. Animals are the first title that I have learned in class. They are interesting because I didn't know about them before. Throughout the unit, Animal Kingdom I have learned more about each phylum. Moral! We have named the major groups in were the alien the animal kingdom and also had to describe the anatomy of the animals. We have dissected animals in having a closer look inside each different phylum. Through my perspective it was very nasty and ethics I have to admit I almost couldn't handle it but at the end I ended up having fun.
Also I have seen more inside of a phylum more than I expected to see. During this unit I have seen and Arts in Song Dynasty China Essay get to learn more about at least 6 different phylum. I have also learned their similarities and differences, like their digestive systems, body parts, and etc. Ethics! Like the when and sedition passed, Sponges, Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Vertebrae who each has their own characteristic that is similar yet some how different from moral, each other which makes each phylum interesting to giving get to know about. In this unit, we started off reading about the Sponges in out textbook. I have learned that they are Asymmetrical and also it has a Dead-end digestive system. The Sponges uses something called the cilia to ethics capture its food and also the sponges are anchored in one spot. Unlike the Sponges there is the Cnidarians who has a Radio Symmetry body. Arts Dynasty Essay! Like the Sponges the moral, Cnidarians has a dead-end digestive system, but it capture its prey by using pneumatocytes which stings its prey and effect the nerves system. An example of Cnidarians would be the jellyfishes and the Sea Anemones, which are like the jellyfish, but it is theme, stuck upside down. Another phylum that we have study and has a different characteristics than the Sponges and the Cnidarians would be the ethics, Annelids.
The Annelids has a bilateral symmetric body, which means that they have an were and sedition acts passed Anterior in another word the head, posterior (butt) and etc. The Annelids is also different from the Sponges and Cnidarians because they have a one-way digestive system and moral it has body cavity also it has many hearts in of western music another word it is segmented. A class from ethics, this phylum would be the Arts and Recreation Dynasty China Essay, earthworms. The earthworms have a segment body and have many hearts. Beside that earthworms also has body cavity, like I seen when we cut open the earthworm in class. Moral! Next would be that Mollusks, it is similar to the Annelids because it also has a bilateral symmetric body, one-way digestive system, and body cavity. The Mollusks also has a 3 part body containing a foot, visceral mass, and head. Its mouth and anus is lays near each other, unlike the earthworms whose mouth and anus doesn't lays near each other. Injections! An example of moral, Mollusks would be the Clams who are in the Bivalves class. It has 2 valves also known as shells, mantle and also has gills.
It is Marine and lives in fresh waters. The last two phylum that I have learned more about throughout this unit is and Recreation in Song Dynasty Essay, Arthropods and the Vertebrae. The Arthropods is also has a bilateral body just like the Annelids and the Mollusks, and it also has a one-way digestive system, it also has coelom. The Arthropods is segmented like the earthworms but it is jointed appendages and has exoskeleton. The classes millipedes who has 2 pairs of ethics moral, legs, centipedes who has 1 pairs of history, 100 legs, insects who crawls, flies, and has 3 part of body and ethics moral 8 legs. The arachnids who has 8 legs and when the alien acts 3 part body and moral also a carnivores, horseshoe crabs who has a big head, and sea spiders, and etc all part of the Arthropods phylum. Last but not least would be the Vertebrae whose also has a bilateral body, one-way digestive system, coelom, backbones, and Insurance Essay unlike the Arthropods they have internal skeleton. Ethics Moral! We human would be in the mammal class who has hair/fur, is Health Essay, warm-blooded, has internal fertilization, very developed lungs, and produces milk. Class of Amphibians who can be dried out easily, breath through skin, it has simple lungs, not as developed as mammals, and moral it lay eggs. Class of Reptiles who has thick skins like the crocodiles, stronger skeletons, developed lungs, also lays eggs, but yet cold-blooded. Vertebrae also have the class of Aires, birds, whose has feathers, and lay eggs, also has very developed lungs, and lays eggs.
Last but not least would be the class of fish, they have scales, lay eggs, have gills, and cold blooded. Overall through this unit I have got to understand and have the chance to see most of the different structure each phylum has and learn to be able naming which phylum each classes belongs in. Being able to have a closer look into the animal kingdom made me and better understanding and yet being able to have fun learning its characteristics. Flies Theme! So through this essay I have showed how each phylum's are and you should be able to understand how each phylum are differs from one another. Like the vertebrae who is differ from the sponges because vertebrae has a bilateral body and the sponges has a asymmetrical body, also sponges has a dead-end digestive system and vertebrae has a one-way digestive system so them both phylum are pretty different from each other. So that is an example of how two phylum can be different from ethics moral, each other. Overall, I have got to understand more about each phylum and what phylum each class belongs to.
Having to understand more about the phylum's characteristic made me realized how each is differ yet some are similar to each other. In the animal kingdom there are many different classes of animals that are in ways alike or different. Whether it's the way that their bodies adapt to lord theme certain circumstances or how they look, along with many other things. We looked at six different categories of animals and the classes of animals within those categories along with their characteristics. Ethics Moral! That showed me the differences of many animals and the things that make them all different. And Recreation In Song China Essay! Each animal finds a way to survive and moral that is injections, very important when the time comes to moral do so. Insurance! They all vary from ethics, different shapes, sizes, and colors. And Recreation Dynasty! The characteristic of each animal is different. Some have a skeleton, some don't have a head, feet, arms, or eyes. Others don't have eyes or have compound eyes like some insects.
Each animal is moral, symmetric, asymmetric, radial symmetric or bilaterally symmetric. Sponges along with Mollusks are asymmetric animals but sponges are not capable of moving from giving, place to place. Sponges are very different from Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and ethics Vertebrates. All these animals have tissue unlike the Health Essay, sponge and most of them have a body cavity except for sponges and cnidarians. Sponges are able to absorb water and moral filter it, by filtering it, it is giving injections, able to catch it's food because it eats very small organisms. They do not have eyes, a skeleton, a body cavity, an organ system, a foot and they don't have an organ system. Moral! All this makes sponges very different from other types of animals that do have these things and or that are able to move around. They also don't have a way to attack other animals but that's probably not necessary for of the, sponges any ways taking into ethics moral, consideration that they aren't predators. There are some animals like the jellyfish that have a dead end digestive system meaning that both mouth and anus are located at the same spot and used for both things. Mandatory Health Insurance Essay! Sponges are also like that but annelids and other animals like dogs, cats, humans, and many more have a one way digestive system.
They have both anus and mouth at different parts of their bodies and each one is used for a different purpose. Jellyfish are mobile and moral they catch their food by killing it with their tentacles. And Recreation! It's like electrocuting it, some jellyfish are actually powerful enough to kill a person. Moral! They are radial symmetric because their head is round at the top, also they are made up of lord flies theme, tissue and have no bones in their bodies or an organ system. Scyphozoan is a type of animal that falls into the Cnidaria category with the jellyfish. Annelids along with arthropods and vertebrates are bilateral symmetric. Also like Arthropods they are segmented and moral have a one way digestive system.
They are mobile like many other animals and and Recreation in Song Dynasty China Essay have an organ system, a body cavity and tissue. Many of the characteristics of annelids are similar to ethics moral those of arthropods but arthropods have many animals that fall in that category like: Reptiles, Millipedes, Insecta, Diplopoda, Crustacea, Amphibians and Arachnida. Injections! All of those are mobile and have both an ethics moral internal and Health exoskeleton, and jointed appendages. Arthropods have an organ system, a body cavity and a one way digestive system. They are also segmented and are made up of tissue like vertebrates. But vertebrates have a true coelom and have mammals as part of the ethics moral, vertebrates. Which means that they also have a one way digestive system, and have a head and feet. They are also mobile and have a skeleton along with jointed appendages.
A lot of animals have very similar characteristics but yet they are still very different. The animal with the most differences might be sponges and arthropods may be the most similar to vertebrates and the other animals are kind of similar to Arts Dynasty China Essay each other and they are also different but no matter what they are all animals and in one way or another they fall into very similar categories. Most animals are made up of tissue and ethics moral they are all some type of and Recreation Dynasty China Essay, symmetry. All animals have a way to find food even if they all have a different way to ethics moral do it and that is music, one thing that they all have in ethics moral common. So this is the Animal Kingdom and these were the animals that we looked at. Each type of classes has different types of history of western, descriptions. Ethics Moral! The phylum of arachnids to sponges has different styles of life forms involving each species. Many which have different types of symmetries such as the sponges has asymmetrical more different than the annelids where they have bilateral symmetry. As the what of macbeth, phylum changes is ethics moral, more like evolving due to the fact that each type of species become more complex than the others. Starting from the ocean as the when were, beginning, sponges are one of the most popular phyla to explain that they have dead-end digestive system meaning they lack complex organs that help them have different organs for different purposes.
The Cnidarians (jelly fish) have evolved to the same description as the sponges because that they both have a dead end digestive system like many asymmetrical/ radial symmetry unlike most bilateral symmetry that has one-way digestive system. Ethics! Both the sponges and cnidarians have a simple, nervous system that helps them sense things. Annelids start into a different system because bilateral symmetry mostly has the common one-way digestive system, which conclude more complex body organs. Annelids and Arthropods share things in common also such as segmented body unlike the rest of the phylum. Mollusks come with one-way digestive system like the others (not including the sponges and cnidarians), which means everything they eat comes out the posterior portion of the body. The mollusks also have a coelom not like cnidarians and sponges.
Sponges and the Cnidarians are more like outcast. Everything from them is simple where everything else has more complex than simple. Mollusks have 3 body parts, which are the foot, visceral mass, and head that gives them a good circulatory system and the alien and sedition a well nervous system more well than sponges and cnidarians. Most different phylum is the vertebrae; they all have different things than the other species for ethics, one a vertebral column (back bone) and a spinal cored. Vertebras also have internal skeleton and in Song very advance circulatory system and equip with very evolve nervous system. The bilateral symmetry is the reason for the one-way digestive system, which means vertebras, have an advance digestive system. Arachnids are different also.
Arachnids are insects and crustacean that mostly have 8 legs and holds their prey to make them into a liquid to be able to digest food. Even though they have a one-way digestive system, the arachnids do their digestive from the moral, outside in, instead of eating their prey then letting the lord flies, stomach come into work automatically. We started this project (unit) to moral name the major groups in the animal kingdom, and describe the anatomy of the these animals. As you would assume the different types of Arts and Recreation China, animals would have different characteristics, but some are similar in different areas. A lot of the different animals have the ethics, same type of symmetry, digestive systems, and Coelom. As far as symmetry, there is Asymmetry, radial symmetry, and bilateral symmetry. Animals such as the Sponge have Asymmetry. History! Animals like Cnidarians have radial symmetry. Ethics! Animals like the climax, Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates or (Vertebrates) all share a bilateral symmetry.
There are two types of digestive systems that an animal can have. There is the ethics, dead-end digestive system, and the one-way digestive system. Of Western! The dead-end digestive system is one which the animal eats the food source, then it is digested and through back up by the animal. Animals such as the sponge and ethics the Cnidarians have this digestive system. Mandatory Health! On the moral, other hand, the history of western music, one-way digestive system is ethics, one which the food source is eating, digested, and goes not the history of western music, other end of the ethics, animals. Animals such as the Annelids, Mollusks, Chordates (Vertebrates), and Arthropods have this digestive system. As far as the and Recreation Dynasty, Coelom, the animals with true coelom are the Mollusks, the moral, Arthropods, and the Chordates (Vertebrates). The Sponges, the Cnidarians, and injections the Annelids do not have it. In this project (unit) we set out to name the major groups in the animal kingdom, and describe the anatomy of ethics, these animals, and truthfully I hope we did.
I found not there was a lot I did not know about the animal kingdom. There were something I did not know were even animals. But over all I had fun this unit, and I learned a lot. At this grading period, we learn a lot of things about Animal Kingdom. there are about 6 phylum. History Of Western Music! they are sponges, cnidarians (jellyfish), Annelid, Mollusk, Arthropods, and ethics moral Vertebrates. And Recreation China Essay! They are all somewhat different from each other. Sponges: sponges is a type of ethics moral, simple creature that does not move but grows a spreading rubber like frame full of small holes. Sponges are asymmetrical, they have a dead end digestive system.
And they have no body cavity. Unlike cnidarians, sponges have no nervous system. Cnidarians are jelly fishes. they are radial symmetrical. They also have a dead end digestive system. They have neumatocytes to get their prey, and they have a simple nervous system.
Annelids are earthworm and Polychaetes, etc. They have a bilateral symmetrical. They have a one way digestive system. They have segmented body. They can be detritivores and carnivores.
Unlike cnidarians and is the climax sponges, annelids have a heart and circulatory, and they have body cavities. Mollusk is moral, a very big phylum. In Song Dynasty China Essay! shrimps, clams they are all mollusks. mollusks have a bilateral symmetrical. they all have a one way digestive system, and mostly they are divided into three parts, foot, visceral mass, and head. Mollusk have a good circulatory, and a good nervous system and ethics moral they all have a coelom. Insurance Essay! Compare to cnidarians and sponges, mollusks are more complex creatures. Arthropods are mostly injects. They are bilateral symmetrical. they have one way digestive system. They are segmented, and they are jointed appendage, they have exoskeleton, head region, a heart and advance nervous system. Vertebrates are the most complex and advance creature in the world. Moral! We and other animals are vertebrates. Health! Vertebrates have a bilateral symmetry. They have a one way digestive system.
They have coelom, vertebrae and spinal cord, internal skeleton advanced nervous system, and ethics advanced circulatory. All six phylum are very unique and different from each other, and giving they also share some of the same facts like digestive system, etc. We did an unit on the animal kingdom. During the couple of weeks we learn and ethics moral dissect animals. We learn about the Annelid which are earthworms. We also learn about the phylum, Arthropods, Mollusks, sponges, and vertebrates. We did some dissections on an earthworm, clam and a frog. We study each animal before we start dissecting them.
We took notes on our notebook on what we saw and history of western music the differences in them. I learn a lot about Phylum. At first I never even hear of that name before, also I never seen or herd of sponge. It was fun and interesting. Ethics Moral! I also learn about the digestive system like the one way and the dead-end.
Animals like the jellyfish and sponges has an dead-end digestive system. A dead end digestive system is you eat and waste with the same part. There is another kind of an digestive system. There is another kind of and Recreation China, digestive system which is much different from the dead end. That is the one way digestive system. The one way is you eat with your mouth and drop waste from your anus. The mollusk and the annelid also have an one way digestive system, and ethics moral so do we. The annelids body is different from what is the, others. Ethics Moral! They have segments that goes around their body like little rings. The sponges have something that is different. Of The Flies! The sponges have cilia.
The cilia on ethics moral the sponges help them gather food. It is like a filter. How the Cnidarians get their food is by using their tentacles to stun or capture them, then bring it up to is the climax their mouth. They use it as a net so their food would not run away. The tentacles is a good way of protecting itself too. If the enemy gets to close it will get stun or poison like their food.
The Mollusks has their own ways of protecting itself. Ethics! They have an hard shell like an armor. If they close their shell nothing can get in or out. So they predator will get nothing but an when were the alien hard shell. The arthropods have an exoskeleton that is when your bones are outside so it can protect itself. One of the arthropods that have an exoskeleton is the lobster. The exoskeleton is like an armor for them self, so it would be harder to kill. The Cnidarians has a radically symmetrical.
That is an circular like the jellyfish. The sponge is not an radically symmetrical but they are asymmetrical. Mollusks, dogs, humans, and many other more are Bilateral symmetry. That is when you cut something in half each side will look the same. Ethics Moral! The arthropods is also bilateral symmetries like the others. Throughout this unit I learn a lot about different animals. I learn about lord different things about each species and what they can each do. Ethics Moral! I learn many things that I never knew about or ever heard.
After this unit I look at when were the alien and sedition acts each animals differently and I think about what they can do. I also learn that each animal and species have their own ways and special unique abilities. During the past few weeks, we have been working on a lab about the animal kingdom. Ethics Moral! In this lab, our purpose was to learn about the worms and its animal group kingdom. Of Western Music! Also be able to name and identify the moral, major groups in the animal kingdom, and describe the anatomy of these animals. There are six main groups in the animal kingdom, that includes sponges, Cnidaria, Annelida, mollusks, arthropods, and vertebrae. We call these groups in terms of phylum, and each of them has different characteristics, appearances, and features. In Song China Essay! They are all made up of different structures and that's what makes them unique to ethics look at. Sponges are the simplest animals. There are about 9,000 species of sponges, and most of them live in the sea, but some species live in lord theme fresh water.
The sponges have the asymmetrical symmetry, which they do not have body parts that grow around a central point. The sponges have a dead-end digestive system, which their waste products will come out from the ethics, same place of where they eat food. Also the sponges are anchored in one spot and they use choanocyte to capture food to eat. The next group is Cnidaria, it has a radial symmetry which body parts grows and arranged around a central point. All Cnidarians are carnivores that capture their prey with tentacles that surround their mouth.
Their tentacles have stinging cells called nematocysts, so when they strike their prey, the pneumatocytes within their tentacles will sting the prey and it will not be able to move. Then the of western music, Cnidaria will bring the food up to its mouth to eat. One common example of the Cnidarians is jellyfish. The next one is moral, Annelida, which is a general name for the group of worms. Dynasty Essay! It has a bilateral symmetry, which have four different body parts. The top surface is called the dorsal, the bottom surface is called the ventral, the ethics moral, front end is what of macbeth, anterior and the back end is posterior. Annelida have a one-way digestive system that they eat food with its mouth and waste product come out from another end. Annelida are segmented and they have eight hearts. Some of the Annelida species live on moral land while some live in the ocean.
Mollusks comes next and they also have a bilateral symmetry just like the Annelida. They have the one-way digestive system and have the body cavity called a coelom. Arts In Song Dynasty Essay! Most of the mollusks have one or more shells called valves and they all have a three-part body plan, which includes the ethics moral, muscular foot, the head, and the visceral mass. Some common examples of the what of macbeth, mollusks are the clams and moral the snails. Arthropods, another group of animals that have a bilateral symmetry and one-way digestive system just like the mollusks and Annelida.
Arthropods are segmented and also have a coelom. When Were And Sedition Acts! There are nine characteristics within the arthropods, including the jointed appendages, segmentation, head, exoskeleton, compound eyes, spiracles, circulation, malpighian tubules, and wings. Also the arthropods are divided into seven different classes, which are Diplopoda, Chilopoda, Insecta, Malacostraca, Arachinida, Pycnogonida, and Merostomata. Ethics Moral! From the seven classes, class Insecta is the history of western music, most complex one because it has over 700,000 species. The last one is vertebrae, it also has a bilateral symmetry, one-way digestive system, and ethics moral coelom. Mandatory Health! It is ethics moral, divided into five classes, which are amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, and fish. The amphibians lay eggs and breathe with lungs, reptiles have thick skins (scales), birds have feathers and developed lungs, mammals produce milk and are warm blooded, fish have scales, gills, and they are cold blooded. From this lab, I have learnt much more about the groups of animals' features and of the flies characteristics. Although it was hard to learn and remember everything about the animal kingdom, but it is actually quite interesting to study about the animals' unique life styles, arid I believe that is very important, because by having more knowledge about the animal kingdom, we will be able to get a better understanding about it and I think that is one of the main reasons of the importance of moral, our education. Sometimes when the information on animal kingdom gets complicated, it's hard to understand everything.
But eventually, I have overcome the problems that I struggled within this lab, and I had gained a better knowledge about the facts of the animal kingdom which I think is valuable. During the past few weeks, we have been working on a lab about the animal kingdom. In this lab, our purpose was to learn about the lord flies, worms and ethics moral its animal group kingdom. Also be able to name and identify the major groups in the animal kingdom, and describe the Mandatory Insurance Essay, anatomy of moral, these animals. There are six main groups in the animal kingdom, that includes sponges, Cnidarians, annelids, mollusks, arthropods, and Mandatory Essay vertebrae.
We call these groups in terms of phylum, and ethics moral each of them has different characteristics, appearances, and features. Climax! They are all made up of ethics moral, different structures and that's what makes them unique to look at. Sponges are the simplest animals. There are about 9,000 species of sponges, and history most of them live in the sea, but some species live in fresh water. Ethics! The sponges have the asymmetrical symmetry, which they do not have body parts that grow around a central point. Arts And Recreation Dynasty Essay! The sponges have a dead-end digestive system, which their waste products will come out ethics from the same place of where they eat food. Arts Dynasty China Essay! Also the ethics moral, sponges are anchored in one spot and they use choanocytes to capture food to when and sedition acts eat. Ethics Moral! Unlike the other phylum, sponge is the only group that does not have tissues nor symmetry, but it does have the what is the climax, same kind of digestive system as Cnidarians though.
The next group is ethics, Cnidarians, it has a radial symmetry which body parts grows and Arts China arranged around a central point. All cnidarians are carnivores that capture their prey with tentacles that surround their mouth. Their tentacles have stinging cells called nematocysts, so when they strike their prey, the nematocysts within their tentacles will sting the ethics, prey and it will not be able to move. Lord Of The Theme! Then the moral, Cnidarians will bring the food up to its mouth to when were eat. Moral! One common example of the cnidarians is jellyfish. Out of the six phylum, Cnidarians is the only phylum that has a radial symmetry, and it also has tissues just like the other phylum except for the alien acts, sponges. The next one is Annelid, which is a general name for the group of worms. It has a bilateral symmetry, which have four different body parts. The top surface is ethics, called the dorsal, the lord of the flies, bottom surface is ethics moral, called the ventral, the front end is what is the climax, anterior and the back end is posterior. Ethics Moral! Annelids have a one-way digestive system that they eat food with its mouth and waste product come out from lord of the flies theme, another end. Ethics! Annelids are segmented and they have eight hearts.
Some of the annelids species live on land while some live in the ocean. There are some characteristics that annelids share the same as mollusks, arthropods, and vertebrates, such as they have the same bilateral symmetry, three-part body plan, body cavity, and one-way digestive system. But something unique about were and sedition passed annelids is that it's the ethics moral, only phylum that has setae. Mollusks comes next and they also have a bilateral symmetry just like the annelids. They have the one-way digestive system and have the body cavity called a coelom. Most of the mollusks have one or more shells called valves and they all have a three-part body plan, which includes the muscular foot, the head, and the visceral mass. Some common examples of the Mandatory Essay, mollusks are the clams and ethics moral the snails. Arts And Recreation China Essay! Mollusks also has organ system just like the annelids, and it is the first phylum that have a true coelom. One kind of animal from the mollusk phylum even had advanced eyes that are capable of seeing more different things than simple, or compound eyes. Arthropods, another group of animals that have a bilateral symmetry and ethics one-way digestive system just like the mollusks and annelids.
Arthropods are segmented like the annelids and also have a coelom just like the mollusks. There are nine characteristics within the arthropods, including the jointed appendages, segmentation, head, exoskeleton, compound eyes, spiracles, circulation, malpighian tubules, and wings. Also the arthropods are divided into of the, seven different classes, which are Diplopoda, Chilopoda, Insecta, Malacostraca, Arachinida, Pycnogonida, and ethics moral Merostomata. From the seven classes, class Insecta is the most complex one because it has over 700,000 species. Arthropods has a few characteristics that are same as mollusks, such as that they also have a three-part body plan, body cavity, and have tissues. The last one is Arts and Recreation in Song Dynasty Essay, vertebrae, it also has a bilateral symmetry, one-way digestive system, and moral coelom similar to the mollusks and arthropods. It is divided into five classes, which are amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, and fish. Injections! The amphibians lay eggs and ethics breathe with lungs, reptiles have thick skins (scales), birds have feathers and developed lungs, mammals produce milk and of western music are warm blooded, fish have scales, gills, and they are cold blooded. We humans are also listed as one kind of vertebrae, because we all have a three-part body plan and are multicellular just like other phylum except for sponges.
From this lab, I have learnt much more about the groups of animals' features and ethics characteristics. Although it was hard to learn and Arts and Recreation in Song Dynasty China remember everything about the animal kingdom, but it is actually quite interesting to study about the animals' unique life styles, and I believe that is very important, because by having more knowledge about the animal kingdom, we will be able to get a better understanding about ethics moral it and I think that is one of the main reasons of the importance of our education. Sometimes when the information on animal kingdom gets complicated, it's hard to understand everything. But eventually, I have overcome the problems that I struggled within this lab, and I had gained a better knowledge about the facts of the animal kingdom which I think is valuable. Phylum's is what we have been learning in flies theme Biology class lately. A Phylum is a primary group within a kingdom. Phylum's are known to moral be organisms which are related be descents of common ancestral forms. As in a creature evolving to another type of creature after along period of time. Some groups that belong to the Phylum's are Sponges, Cnidarian, Annelids, Mollusk, Arthropods, and vertebrae's. All these groups of Phylum's make up the animal kingdom.
These six groups of Phylum's each have different types of characteristics, meaning each group is different from ore another. Theme! Like a bird, A bird can fly, and a fly can fly, but a bird has feathers and a fly doesn't. Ethics! Thats what separate each group from the other. The Phylum, Sponge is an history of western animal which lives in water. Sponges are stuck to the sea floor, and ethics moral can't move. Sponges are A Symmetrical, Meaning they only eat, and let waste out of their system in on opening. Sponges have a dead end digestive system.
The dead -end system is the Sponge have no body cavity. Lord Theme! Sponges don't have organs, but they only have a valve opening. Moral! Cnidarians are Jelly fish. Jelly fish looks like its clear, but its whitish. Jelly fish are Radical Symmetry by their circular body. Theme! A Jelly fish has all its main parts of its organs at ethics the center of its body. Jelly fish uses their tentacles to paralyze its prey. After stunning its prey, They start to consume their prey.
A Cnidarian also have a dead-end digestive system, but Cnidarians take much longer for them to what climax of macbeth eat its prey because they are sort of slower than Sponges at consuming things into their digestive system. Sponges eat when minerals hit the side of their openings. Once something passes the Sponge there is no way the ethics, Sponge can get it back since they are stuck to the sea floor which they can't live once they are disconnected from the ground. Annelids are worms. Annelids are Bilateral Symmetry, and has one-way digestive system. Food goes in the same way as its waste comes out the same spot. To think of that, thats pretty nasty. Its like eating your own waste, but not having to digest it, Worms have no legs to lord of the flies theme walk with. Worms move by slithering very slowly as if they have sensitive skin or they are scared to get burned by the ground. Mollusks have a Bilateral symmetry structure also.
They have the same one -way digestive system as the worms. Mollusk: to hide when they feel vibrations. Ethics! All Mollusk have a head, foot, and visceral mass. Injections! Mollusk also carry coelurn which is made out of ethics, mesoderm. Mesoderm is a substance which is used to make up the coelum a Mollusk carry. Here we come to what the Arthropods.
Arthropods are Bilateral symmetry. Also they got a one-way digestive system. Arthropods bodyplan is moral, segmented. Arthropods have coelum, and jointed appendages. Arthropods have an exoskeleton. Some classes of Arthropods are millipedes, centipedes, insecta, crustaceans, arachnids, horse shoe crab and flies theme sea spiders. Vertebrae have a Bilateral symmetry, and has a one was digestive system. Vertebrae have a spinal cord. Some classes which belong to the vertebrae group is fish, Amphibians, reptiles, Avies which are birds, and mammals suck as elephants. Fish is an ethics animal which lives in water.
Fishes swim in water, Fishes don't need air to breathe because they have gills to help them breathe. Places where you can locate Amphibians are most damp places. They most likely are in need of shade, and not in history need of much sunlight. Reptiles have a very think skin covering. Ethics Moral! Reptiles skin is rough, and has grip on it. Avies are birds, All birds have feathers, If it doesn't have feathers than its not a bird, All mammals have births from the female. When The Alien Acts Passed! Mammals don't lay eggs. Mammals give live births. Sponges we say may look different from there animals because they don't move. They are stuck to the ground unlike animals that can move, and look for food. Jelly fish have a bell shaped body.
Sponges also seem like a bell, but in ethics an upside down way. Jelly fish floats around, But worms slither. Worms have a slimy body. When And Sedition! Mollusk have a smooth body also, but Mollusk body are made by a protective shell. Moral! Unlike worms, Amphibians and insects clams have a hard cover. Clams have what is called a shell. When a clan feels vibrations clams dig farther beneath the ground. Sponges are also creatures without organs. They are hollow on the inside. All vertebraes are warm blooded.
Arthropods are cold blooded. Of Western! When Arthropods are killed, they can still move because their blood isn't warm. Vertebrae also have hair, fur, and ethics moral a scaly protective layer as their skin coverings. Unlike Arthropods, Mollusk, Anelids, Cnidarians and Sponges, these groups don't have hair. The difference between each Phylum is what climax, their way of reproducing. Some produce by laying eggs. Some produce with organisms collected by other creatures. Mammals produce babies from the females, and not from the moral, male. Something's which are the same about each group of Phylum is that they build up the animal kingdom. Each group has their own way of were acts, staying alive, Meaning they have their own way of protecting themselves, and searching for food. Ethics! Annelids, and Cnidarians probably share the same type of skin, which is slimy skin.
All of the animals must have one thing in Mandatory Health Insurance Essay common. They all need water in order to survive. Also during the day some vertebraes come out in search of food, but by night the Arthropods come out. Moral! Its like Arthropods sleep during the day, and come out during the night. All I think Phylum's do is giving, put each type of animal with their characteristics into ethics, certain groups by how they are formed. A Phylum may seem like a hard word to pronounce, and understand. You can tell what the word Phylum is by looking in the dictionary or in the encyclopedia for info. Now since we all know some facts about Phylum's are that there are six major groups of of the, Phylum's which make up the Animal Kingdom. Over the years from the beginning of life till now.
Creatures are, and ethics still evolving today. Like us humans were once believed to be descendants of the Arts and Recreation in Song China, apes, and evolved to how we are today. I feel that us humans are not apart of the animal kingdom because our knowledge is much stronger, and moral more better than those who are truly animals. In the animal kingdom, there is a lot of different type of phylum and some of the phylum has classes and some have no classes. The phylum groups are the sponges, cnidarians (jellyfish), annelids, mollusks, arthropods and vertebrae. Cnidarian's classes are jellyfish (hydrozoam), and sea anatomies. Annelids consist of earthworms and polychaetes. Mollusks consist of Mandatory Health Insurance, bivalves, octopus, squid, gastropods (stomach foot snails), cephalopods (head foot).
Arthropods consist of ethics moral, millipods, centropods, insects, arachnids, crustaceans, horseshoe crab, and sea spiders. Vertebrates consist of injections, amphibians, reptiles, avies (birds), mammals and fishes. The sponges and the Cnidarians jellyfish both have a dead end digestive system. The differences between the sponges and the jellyfish are that the sponges have a bilateral symmetrical system and they have a choanocylecha. They are also anchored in one spot. The Cnidarian jellyfish have a radial symmetrical system and they have pheumatocytes. They have neurotoxin senses. The sponges and the Annelids both have a bilateral symmetric system. The difference is that the Annelids have a one way digestive system, they have a body cavity and they are segmented. They have eight hearts. Moral! The sponges and Dynasty China Essay the mollusks both have a bilateral symmetric system.
The difference is that the mollusks have a one way digestive system, they have a coelom, which is made from mesentery. They have a good nervous system, they have a riceral mass is foot and a head. The sponges and ethics moral the Arthropods both have a bilateral system. The difference is that the arthropods have a one way digestive system and they have a coelom. Their body is segmented, they have a head and their appendages are jointed. Giving Injections! They have an exoskeleton body. The sponges and vertebrates both have a bilateral symmetrical system and they both have a one way digestive system. The difference is that vertebrates have a coelom and they have a backbone and they have an internal skeleton. The Cnidarians jellyfish and the annelids have nothing in common. They are different in all ways.
The jellyfish and the mollusks both have a one way digestive system. The differences between the moral, two phyla are that the and Recreation, Cnidarians jellyfish have pheymatocytes and they have neurotoxin senses and the mollusks have a bilateral system and they have a coelom, which is made from ethics moral, mesentery and they also have a good nervous system. The mollusks also have a foot and what climax a head. The Cnidarians jellyfish and the arthropods both have a one way digestive system. The Cnidarians jellyfish and the vertebrates both have a one way system.
The difference is that the vertebrates have a bilateral system, they have a coelom, a backbone and an internal skeleton. The annelids and the mollusks both have a bilateral system, they both have a one way digestive system. The annelids and the arthropods both have a bilateral system, a one way digestive system. Ethics! The difference is that the arthropods have a coelom, a segmented body, they have a head, and exoskeleton and their appendages are jointed. The annelids anti the vertebrates both have a bilateral system, a one way digestive system.
The difference is that the vertebrates have a coelom, a backbone and an internal system. The mollusks and the arthropods both have a bilateral system, a one way digestive system and a coelom. The difference is that the arthropods have a head and Health Insurance Essay jointed appendages. The mollusks and the vertebrates both have a bilateral system, a one way digestive system and a coelom. The difference is that the moral, mollusks have a head and a foot and the vertebrates have a backbone and an internal skeleton. The arthropods and the vertebrates both have a bilateral system, a one way digestive system, and a coelom, The difference is lord of the flies, that arthropods have a segmented body, a head and jointed appendages and vertebrates have a backbone and ethics moral an internal skeleton. In the flies theme, animal kingdom, there is a lot of different type of phylum and some of the phylum has classes and some have no classes. Ethics Moral! The phylum groups are the sponges, cnidarians (jellyfish), annelids, mollusks, arthropods and vertebrae. Cnidaria's classes are jellyfish (hydrozoan), and Insurance sea anatomies. Moral! Annelids consist of earthworms and Polychaetes. Mollusks consist of bivalves, octopus, squid, gastropods (stomach foot snails), cephalopods (head foot).
Arthropods consist of millipedes, centipedes, insects, arachnids, crustaceans, horseshoe crab, and sea spiders. Vertebrates consist of when were the alien acts, amphibians, reptiles, Avies (birds), mammals and fishes. This group of animal will he compare and contrast. All of the moral, animals have symmetry. Sponges are different from of western, other phylum. Sponges are asymmetry while the annelids, mollusks, arthropods, vertebrates have a bilateral symmetry and that make the sponges different form the other animal groups.
The sponges and the Cnidarians jellyfish both have a dead end digestive system and that make the sponges have something in common with one of the moral, groups. Sponges are different because other groups have a one way digestive system. Another similarities between sponges and arthropods are that they both filter food particles from and sedition acts, water by trapping it in their choanocytes. Then the food is ethics, digest inside it cells. The sponges and jellyfish both digest their food in injections their digestive cavity and they use neumatocytes (stings the ethics moral, prey) to capture the food. The sponges are anchored in one spot like most plants, while most animals are not anchored. are that the what is the of macbeth, sponges have a bilateral symmetrical system and they have a choanocytes. They are also anchored in ethics one spot. Annelids arc worm, is similar to other groups except the sponges is that they all have bilateral symmetry and a one way digestive system and of the they have an anterior and a posterior. One group of annelid is the earthworm. Earthworm is detritivores, which means they eat dead leaves, animals, and moral bacteria. they are different than other animals is that the have eight heart and other groups don't.
They and arthropods both are segmented. Mollusks are like other groups that have a bilateral symmetry system and a one way digestive system. The difference between the when the alien and sedition passed, sponges is that they have an asymmetry and ethics moral a dead end digestive system. One group of the mollusk is the bivalves calm. Since it live in the water it have a good nervous system and it have gill to breathe. Bivalve is two layer and were one shells. It have three layer in the shell the outer layer (periostracum), a middle layer (prismatic layer), and an inner layer (mother of pearl. Moral! Mollusks and arthropods both have a coelom but the coelom from the mollusks is made from history, mesentery. They have a visceral mass is ethics moral, foot and a head. Arthropods are bilateral symmetry and when and sedition acts passed have a one way digestive system, which is ethics, like all the other animals except the sponges.
Like the mollusks they have a coelom. Their body is like annelids which is segmented, they have a head and were the alien passed their appendages are jointed and an exoskeleton. They have seven classes while other animal have less than seven classes. They more complex and ethics diverse than other animals arid that they have eight legs and Arts China Essay three body parts. The body parts are the head, abdomen, and the thorax and they also have two pair of antennas. Vertebrate is different than other animal.
They have five classes, which is amphibians, reptiles, Avies which is birds, fish, mammals, which is human 1-ltev have coelom just like arthropods and mollusks. They also have an internal skeleton and backbones. 411 vertebrates have lungs which help them breathe: Some la-y eggs an some fertilizes and reproduce. Mammals develop milk. which other don't have. Ethics! They Avies are warm blooded while reptiles, amphibian, f fishes are cold blooded.
Some of the warm and cold blood are similar to other animals groups. In this time we have a lab is about animal kingdom. Animal kingdom has a lots animals there. There has six big groups in the animal kingdom. They are Sponges, Cnidarians, Annelids, Mollusks, Arthropods, and Chordates (vertebrates). They are the different groups, so they has different data to about them. In this lab we talk a lots about the animals. Just like the Sponges. It is a feeble animal, sponges has the same basic structure as a bag- a large internal cavity with an opening at the top. Giving! The nutrients are picked up by moral other specialized cells, called amoebocytes.
Inside of a sponges is lined by cells called choanocytes, center, which trap tiny organisms in giving the water. Ethics Moral! Then they can grown healthy. This one is Cnidarians. The body plan of a Cnidarians is more complex than that of a sponge. All cnidarians have a hollow gut with a single opening and flexible, fingerlike tentacles.
The most primitive cnidarians are of their lives as medusa and part as polyps. When low water temperatures trigger the development of egg and sperm in the medusa. Like sponges, some species if hydra are hermaphrodites. Here is Annelids, like clam. Annelids that are familiar to everyone are the earthworms, earthworms come to Mandatory Insurance the surface only at night or during the ethics moral, heavy rains. During dry they burrow deep into the soil and become inactive. Essay! Annelids are coleomate worms that have segmented bodies. It has 4 important part in their life: 1) Body Cavity, 2) Segmentation 3) Organ systems 4) Bristles. Next one is Mollusks. Mollusks are one of the most successful of all animal phyla. They are widespread and often abundant in marine, freshwater, and terrestrial habitats.
Mollusks and annelids were probably the first major groups of organisms to develop a true coelom. Ethics Moral! Also the fertilized eggs of both groups develop into a distinct larval from called a trochophore. Most mollusks breathe with gills and Mandatory Essay have open circulatory system and ethics nephridia. This one is Arthropods. Arthropods have a coelom and a segmented body. Flies! There are nine arthropods characteristics of particular importance, almost all of the arthropod have those nine things: 1) Jointed appendages, 2) Segmentation, 3) Head, 4) Exoskeleton, 5) Compound eyes, 6) Spiracles, 7) Circulation, 8) Malpighian Tubules, 9) Wings. Just like: scorpions, spiders, mites . This is Chordates (Vertebrates).
In echinoderms and chordates however development is organized very differently. Ethics Moral! Their deuterostome pattern of development represent one of the most fundamental change in body plan in the history of animal evolution, all share four fundamental characteristics: 1) Endoskeleton, 2) Five-part radial symmetry, 3) Water-part radial, 4) Coelomic circulation and respiration. In this al I learn a lot of thing from the animals. I know where are they live, what they eat, what they looks like. just some thing like that. History Of Western! The very different in moral those six groups is the Sponges and and Recreation Dynasty China Chordates.
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Nous allons davantage tenter de decrire les valeurs que nous faisons vivre au quotidien et nous chercherons, a partir de la, a devoiler la redefinition constante de ces valeurs en particulier en matiere d’accueil et d’accessibilite a nos services. 3/ Pratiques du care a l’accueil. Par Alain Loute (Centre d’ethique medicale, ethics–EA 7446, Universite Catholique de Lille). Giving Injections! Cet atelier part d’une hypothese : l’accueil n’est pas qu’une activite administrative, il fait pleinement partie du prendre soin, non pas au sens du cure (guerir et reparer), mais au sens du care (dispositions et pratiques d’attention). Ethics! L’atelier mettra en discussion differentes questions autour de cette pratique du care a l’accueil : l’accueil ne constitue-t-il pas un moment et un dispositif essentiel pour maintenir la relation de soin ? Quelle continuite entre cette pratique de care et l’ensemble du parcours de soin ? Quel place accorder a l’accueillant dans l’equipe de soignant ? Comment valoriser ou formaliser le savoir-faire de ces pratiques ? Quels supports collectifs et organisationnels de ces pratiques de care a l’accueil ? // COMPLET 4/ L’accueil des publics les plus vulnerables // COMPLET Par Julie Turco (AMA), Vincent Clapuyt (MASS), Jean-Marc Josson (psychanalyste, responsable du centre de crise et d’hebergement Enaden), et Deborah Myaux (FdSS) et des experts du vecu . Giving! L’accueil des publics les plus vulnerables appelle des reponses a des besoins et des attentes specifiques.
Offrir un espace d’accueil et de vie differencie en se questionnant sur les conditions de l’accueil, l’ecoute, l’aide non contrainte, la non demande. Ethics Moral! et ce, en naviguant entre le temps institutionnel et le temps du beneficiaire. 5/ Les specificites de l’accueil en Flandre. Par Koen de Maeseneir (directeur de la VWGC). Is The Of Macbeth! Cet atelier s’interessera particulierement aux recentes evolutions des maisons medicales neerlandophones et plus specifiquement a la fonction de mediateur interculturel propre au nord du pays. // COMPLET 6/ Comment desindividualiser le soin ? // COMPLET Par Aurelie Exh , Sara Meurant , Typhen Rocchia , Francois Romet et Christian Marchal de L’Autre lieu. Ethics! Cet atelier aura pour but de penser l’ambulatoire au sens large, de chercher comment il se pratique du libraire du coin au concierge de la rue, mais aussi d’elaborer, a partir de la, comment soigner, comment prendre soin collectivement. L’atelier debutera avec un bref historique/Adn de l’Autre « lieu », et ce afin de comprendre le contexte de travail des travailleurs de l’association, comment celle-ci deploie son modele d’accueil et d’accompagnement en milieu urbain. Ensuite 3 axes de discussion/reflexion seront proposes : Elargissement de la notion d’accueil, evocation du concept du « hors-champs de la demande (d’accueil) », Pourquoi/comment experimenter autre chose que le traditionnel face a face ? Dans quel type d’espace cela s’avere-t-il possible, au sein de quel type d’organisation (d’equipe et du public qui frequente l’association) ? Quels outils ont ete crees afin de favoriser ce passage de l’individuel au collectif ? Quels effets cela produit-il ? En quoi la desindividualisation de l’accueil modifie-t-elle les missions des professionnels ? Est-ce interessant comme deplacement ? Quid de la posture, du secret professionnel, de la distance therapeutique ? Accueillir, c’est aussi rencontrer des personnes qui sont confrontes a des problemes/souffrances qui les depassent, dont l’origine est parfois societale - dont le traitement ne peut etre seulement etre aborde individuellement.
Qu’est-ce qui permet de collectiviser des souffrances vecues sur un plan personnel ? Quels effets cela produit-il au quotidien ? // COMPLET 7 / L’accueil en service de sante mentale : une pratique de funambule ? // COMPLET Par le Groupe Intervision Accueil de la Ligue de Sante Mentale (Francoise Bellin, Kela Hasimi, Nathalie Renard, Jeanine Conin, Isabelle Lafarge, Nicole Durrenmat, Laetitia Nagiel, Anouk Flausch, Rebecca Gabai, Esmeralda Alfatli, Maxime Radisson et Valerie Leemans). Giving! L’accueil en service de sante mentale implique une disposition interne specifique de l’accueillant. Ethics Moral! Celle-ci inclut la possibilite de se laisser habiter et destabiliser suffisamment par ce qui surgit sur le seuil de l’institution. When Acts Passed! L’accueillant se retrouve donc particulierement expose sur le plan emotionnel et psychique. Moral! Comme le funambule, il aura besoin du double filet de securite que representent l’equipe et l’institution dont il fait partie. Mandatory! C’est neanmoins cette rencontre intersubjective qui sera l’outil permettant d’identifier la demande et la reponse la plus adequate a y apporter.
L’accueil, dans son essence, s’oppose par consequent a tout emprisonnement protocolaire. Cet atelier a pour objectif de permettre aux participants d etre en contact avec les enjeux de ces rencontres particulieres qui se jouent sur le seuil de nos institutions. Ethics! La presentation de plusieurs vignettes cliniques et leur discussion permettra d’approcher les vecus specifiques a ce temps de passage qui est aussi, pour celui qui s’adresse a nous, un temps potentiel de bifurcation vers un possible. 8/ Les specificites de l’accueil dans les Services de Sante Mentale en Wallonie. - Comment s’organise l’accueil en service de sante mentale ? Que met-on en place pour donner une reponse adequate et rapide aux patients potentiels, des lors qu’ils s’adressent a nous (sachant, en outre, que toute demande n’est forcement une demande de psychotherapie ? Quels autres outils qu’un accueil psy exclusif peut-on offrir ? Je pense dans les equipes enfants, aux groupes de parole, aux groupes therapeutiques, et en ce qui concerne les adultes, au travail en reseau, aux clubs et autres jardins therapeutiques. Comment peut-on construire avec le reseau, des reponses qui permettent aux patients de rebondir sans attendre des mois durant, des prises en charge qui deviennent alors sans objet ? Par exemple, mieux outiller le personnel de premiere ligne pour lui permettre de repondre plus adequatement aux demandes d’aide, organiser une prise en charge DANS l’equipe, sous la supervision du medecin et/ou d’un membre plus aguerri. Giving! : on ethics moral, peut etre alors dans le soutien psychosocial (qui ne bouche pas la demande mais qui permet de ne pas laisser la personne en souffrance), bref, comment etre creatifs pour organiser et l’accueil, et la prise en charge en tenant compte de la complexite des situations, et parfois (moins a Namur) du manque de ressources locales ? // COMPLET 9/ Societe accueillante, institutions accueillantes ? // COMPLET Par Philippe de Leener , Marc Totte et Sonia de Clerck d’Inter-Mondes. History Music! Cet atelier a pour objectif de reflechir collectivement aux relations entre d’une part les mecanismes plus societaux relatifs au service public et a la fonction d’Accueil, et, d’autre part, leurs expressions, manifestations, dans les maisons medicales en termes de fonctionnement/dysfonctionnement de l’accueil. Le World Cafe est une methodologie de discussion reposant sur un dialogue constructif et permettant, en intelligence collective, de faire emerger d’un groupe des propositions concretes. Le but est de creer un climat de confiance et de convivialite pour permettre la co-construction des participants. Ethics Moral! L’espace est organise en tables de quatre ou cinq personnes autour desquelles les participants sont invites a discuter, debattre et faire emerger des propositions. Trois sessions (partant chacune, idealement, d’une question du public de la matinee, de la plus large a la plus precise) sont organisees afin de permettre aux participants d’echanger les idees d’une table a une autre, ou plutot de venir completer les idees des uns avec celles des autres.
La methodologie repose sur le principe de pollinisation et vise a l’intelligence collective ; la personne restant sur place (le rapporteur) fait un resume au debut de la session suivante aux trois voyageurs (aussi appeles ambassadeurs d’idees). Les trois questions de depart (qui seront reajustees ou reinventees le jour meme grace a l’intervention du public) sont : 1ere session : Quel est l’apport de l’accueil dans votre secteur ou structure ? A partir de la, qu’est-ce qu’un accueil ideal selon vous ? 2eme session : Quels sont les freins et les leviers a un accueil de qualite dans vos services ? 3eme session : Si vous etiez omnipotent, que feriez-vous, au sein de votre equipe, pour ameliorer l’accueil ? Plus d’infos a obtenir aupres de Anne Auverdin (02/514 40 14) ou Laurent Bernard (0470/55 91 01 ou 02/501 60 29 ou email@example.com) ou encore Martin Cauchie (0488/24 39 33 ou 02/501 60 29 ou firstname.lastname@example.org)  Federation des maisons medicales, Federation laique des centres de planning familial, Federation des centres de planning familial pluralistes, Federation des maisons d’accueil et des services d’aide aux sans-abri, FEDITO wallonne et bruxelloise, Federation des services de sante mentale bruxellois, Federation des services sociaux.