Name: Kilya Simmons
Instructor’s Name: Robert Carter
Assignment: SCIE207 Phase 5 Lab Report
Title: Taxonomy Lab to Show Organism Relationships
Instructions: You will need to fill out the data table and answer a set of questions.
When your lab report is complete, submit this document to your instructor in your assignment box.
Part 1: Using the lab animation, fill in the following data tables to help you answer the questions that follow:
Table 1: Samples 1–5
Phylum/Class Sample 1: Chrysophyta Sample 2: Annelida Sample 3: Arthropoda Sample 4: Amphibia Sample 5: Aves
Common Feature Unicellular, primary producers Segmented ...view middle of the document...
Sexual: Alternation of generations. Must be in a moist area for the sperm to swim to the egg. Sexual: Alternation of generations. Pollen is the male sex cell. Sexual: Alternation of generations. Pollen is the male sex cell
Excretory System How does the organism get rid of waste and maintain an ionic balance of fluids? Kidneys, intestines, anus Kidneys, intestines, anus None None None
Growth and Development
Does the organism go through metamorphosis, develop in an egg or uterus, or grow from seeds? Develop in egg
Develop in uterus Spores, not seeds Naked seeds in cones Seeds protected in pods, shells, fruit, and so forth |
How does the organism control body processes (hormones, nervous system)? Nervous and endocrine systems. Big brain; well-developed nervous system and endocrine system. None Hormones in apical bud, root, and stem. Hormones in apical bud, root, stem, and leave.
Sample Organism Phytoplankton Earthworm Fruit fly Frog Bird
Table 2: Samples 6–10
Phylum/Class Sample 6: Reptilia Sample 7: Mammalia Sample 8: Bryophyta Sample 9:
Pinophyta Sample 10: Anthrophyta
Common Feature Covered with scales Nurture their young with milk Nonvascular plants Have needles and seed but no flowers Have flowers
How does the organism break down and absorb food? Heterotrophic Heterotrophic Autotrophic Autotrophic Autotrophic
Circulatory System (Transport)
How does the organism get what it needs to the cells (open, closed, diffusion only)? Closed with 4-chambered heart Closed with 4-chambered heart Diffusion through cell walls and cell membranes Xylem and phloem Xylem and phloem
How does the organism get oxygen and release carbon dioxide? Diffusion through the lungs Diffusion through the lungs Diffusion through cell membranes Diffusion through stomata Diffusion through stomata
Does the organism use asexual or sexual reproduction (eggs, seeds, spores, placenta, and type of fertilization)? Sexual: Eggs; internal Sexual: Placental, in-uterus development (internal Sexual: Alternation of generations. Must be in a moist area...