Kingdom Phylum




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Kingdom_________________________________ Phylum_______________________________

Genus species______________________________ Common name_________________________

Draw and label a representative organism:




Habitat occupied? Native to NH? If so, where?


Reproduction type: sexual or asexual and explain the process and results.

Adaptations required for habitat?


How do they obtain energy? 3 terms from flow chart


Two interesting factoids about the organism.


Related organisms?



Transportation mode:



Kingdom __________________________________

Phylum ____________________________________

Class ______________________________________

Order______________________________________

Family_____________________________________

Genus _____________________________________

species _____________________________________

Sources:

KINGDOM PORTFOLIO REQUIREMENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS (TOC):

You will need a TOC of all of the organisms that you select to highlight. It is suggested that you begin this with your first organism and continue to update it throughout the project.


THE KINGDOM SUMMARY PAGE:

This is the first page of each section of your project binder. Here you need to state and describe, in paragraph form, the defining traits of each kingdom. What sets them apart from the other kingdoms, what traits evolved within this kingdom, why are these important, what do they mean? These pages should be error free and well written. They must contain properly formatted citations.


THE PHYLUM/CLASS SUMMARY PAGE:

Before your organism pages you will need to have a phylum/class summary page. Here you will state and describe the defining traits of that particular phylum. For each phylum/class (or categorization) that we cover you will need a phylum/class page. These pages should be error free and well written. They must contain properly formatted citations.


ORGANISM PAGES:

Once a phylum is covered in class, you will be asked to complete a specific number of organism pages. Some organisms will be available to you in the classroom, but in most cases you will have to find additional examples from other resources. Be sure that you have read this sheet and completely understand what information is being asked for in each section.


Draw and label a representative organism:

Draw an average example of your selected Genus species. Clearly label any unique, interesting, or adaptive features.

Habitat occupied? Native to NH? If so, where?

Keep in mind some organisms may live in multiple habitats throughout their life cycles. For example, the protist Plasmodium moves from mosquito saliva to the human bloodstream to the human liver and then into the mosquito gut. These are all its habitats. It is not found in NH unless a person brings it here after being in a tropical area.

Adaptations required for habitat?

What specific adaptations allow the organism to survive in their habitat? Contractile vacuole (deal with osmosis), fur color change with season (camouflage), coloration to deal with intense heat, etc.

Reproduction type: sexual/asexual, and explain the process and results

Yes, it’s asexual or sexual, but is it through binary fission, or conjugation, or alteration of generations, etc? Give more information that just asexual/sexual. How many offspring are produced? What are they called?

How do they obtain energy? 3 terms from flow chart. Be careful, some organisms can do both.





Two interesting factoids about the organism

What did you learn about this organism that was really interesting? List some facts that you would be able to wow your friends and family with. Do they cause disease? Are there any misconceptions you can clear up here, like porcupines cannot shoot their quills.

Related organisms?

What are other closely related species or organisms? Give one or two examples.

Transportation mode?

How does the organism get around? Bloodstreams,swim,fly, vector species, currents, flagella, etc.

Classification:

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate information. In some cases you will find conflicting information for an individual organism. Remember how hard your cladogram was to produce? If this is the case, use the information from the source you trust the most and properly document where the information was found.

Sources:


Notice the amount of room given to this topic, it is important. References on this page should be in the same format you would use within a research paper. You will also need a full reference page at the end of your paper. Suggestion: Keep a running reference page as you do your portfolio so that it is easy to compile this reference page when you are done.
ASSESSMENT:

Your binder will be collected and scored with the following rubric:

Name:




√ - - to Zero

√ -



√ +

Kingdom and

Phylum Sheets



-completely lacking necessary concepts

- no development of major concepts

- 5+ mechanical errors/pg

-no discernable thought or organization

-grade of 0 if no citations present


-lacking fundamental concepts

-poor development of major concepts, some undeveloped

-4 mechanical errors/pg

-difficult to read, no flow, improper sentence/paragraph structure

-major citation errors


-states most major characteristics

-most concepts well developed

-2-3 mechanical errors/pg

-slight sentence/paragraph structure error, somewhat choppy when read

-1-2 minor citation errors


-states major characteristics of the phylum or kingdom: what sets them apart from the others, what traits evolved

-complete development of major concepts (expands and explains) why are these important, what do they mean

-excellent mechanics,

0-1 errors/pg

-nice flow, excellent sentence/paragraph format

- correct and complete citations (APA format)



Drawings

-grade of 0 if no drawings present



-drawings do not represent typical organism

-drawings not to scale

-no color


-accurate representations of organisms

-slightly off scale

-color


-accurate representations of organisms

-drawn to scale

-in color


Labels

-grade of 0 if no labels present



-missing major features

-indiscernible labels

-no magnification or approximate size provided


-most major features identified

-labels somewhat unclear

-magnification or approximate size provided


-all major features identified

-clearly & neatly labeled

-magnification or approximate size provided


Information

-major gaps in information provided

-major citation errors

-incomplete and incorrect classification


-missing essential information

-3-4 citation errors

-incorrect classification


-slightly incomplete information

-1-2 minor citation errors

-classification incorrect


-correct, complete information

-cited properly

-classification correct and complete


Index

- no index present

(at completion: grade



of 0 if no index present)

-major omissions

-lacking organization



-questionable organization

-difficult to follow



-up-to-date

-organization easy to follow and use



Reference Page

- no references or so many formatting errors they would be impossible to find

(at completion: grade



of 0 if no references present)

-missing references that were used throughout binder

-major formatting errors



-complete

-minor formatting errors



-complete: contains all references cited throughout binder

-all correctly formatted (APA)


A survey of the major phyla.


Kingdom Eubacteria

  • Cyanobacteria

  • Chemoautotrophic

  • Enterobacteria

  • Pseudomonads

  • Spirochaetes

  • Actinomycetes

  • Rickettias

  • Gliding and Budding Bacteria

Kingdom Archaebacteria

  • Methanogens

  • Thermoacidophilies

  • Halophiles

Kingdom Protista (the protists)

  • Phylum Rhizopoda or Sarcodina -Amoebas(1)

  • Phylum Foraminifera

  • Phylum Oomycota

  • Phylum Ciliophora -Paramecium, Stentor, Didinium, Vorticella, Spirostonium(3)

  • Phylum Zoomastigina -Girardia, Trypanosoma

  • Phylum Sporozoa -Plasmodium

  • Phylum Myxomycota -slime molds

  • Phylum Acrasiomycota

  • Phylum Caryoblastea

  • Phylum Chlorophyta -Volvox, Chlamydomonas(1)

  • Phylum Phaeophyta

  • Phylum Rhodophyta

  • Phylum Bacillariophyta

  • Phylum Dinoflagellata

  • Phylum Euglenophyta –Euglena (1)

Kingdom Animalia (the animals)

  • Phylum Porifera -sponges(1)

  • Phylum Cnidaria

      • Class Hydrozoa -hydroids and hydromedusae(1)

      • Class Scyphozoa -scyphomedusae, true jellyfish(1)

      • Class Anthozoa -corals, sea anemones(1)

  • Phylum Ctenophora

  • Phylum Platyhelminthes -flatworms

      • Class Turbellaria -free-living flatworms(1)

      • Class Cestoda -tapeworms (1)

      • Class Trematoda -digenetic flukes(1)

        • Phylum Rotifera -rotifers

        • Phylum Nematoda -round worms(1)

  • Phylum Mollusca -mollusks

      • Class Polyplacophora -chitons(1)

      • Class Gastropoda -snails, slugs (2)

      • Class Bivalvia -clams, scallops, oysters, mussels (2)

      • Class Cephalopoda -octopuses, squids (1)

        • Phylum Rhynchocoela

        • Phylum Annelida -segmented worms

        • Class Polychaeta -clam worms, tube worms, etc. (1)

        • Class Oligocheata -earthworms and relatives(1)

        • Class Hirudinea -leeches (1)

  • Phylum Onychophora

  • Phylum Pogonophora

  • Phylum Arthropoda -arthropods

    • Subphylum Chelicerata -horseshoe crabs, spiders, scorpions, etc

      • Class Arachnida -spiders, scorpions, etc. (2)

      • Class Merostomata -horseshoe crab(1)

      • Class Pycnogonida -sea spiders(1)

    • Subphylum Crustacea -crustaceans

      • Class Malacostraca-isopods, amphipods, shrimps, lobsters, etc. (2)

      • Class Maxillopoda -copepods, barnacles, etc. (1)

    • Subphylum Uniramia -insects, centipedes, milipedes, etc.

      • Class Insecta (6)

      • Class Diplopoda -millipedes(1)

      • Class Chilopoda -centipedes(1)

  • Phylum Echinodermata -sea stars, sea urchins, etc.

      • Class Crinoidea -sea lilies(1)

      • Class Asteroidea -sea stars(1)

      • Class Ophiuroidea -brittle stars(1)

      • Class Echinoidea -sea urchins, sand dollars(1)

      • Class Holothuroidea -sea cucumbers(1)

  • Phylum Chordata -chordates

      • Subphylum Urochordata -sea squirts and tunicates (1)

      • Subphylum Cephalochordata -lancelets(1)

    • Subphylum Vertebrata -vertebrates

      • Class Agnatha -lampreys, hagfishes(1)

      • Class Chondrichthyes -cartilaginous fishes(1)

      • Class Osteichthyes -bony fishes(3)

      • Class Amphibia -frogs, toads, salamanders

          • Order Apoda –caecilians(1)

          • Order Urodela -salamanders and newts(1)

          • Order Anura -frogs and toads(1)

      • C
        Plus two dinosaurs
        lass Reptilia -snakes, lizards, turtles, alligators

          • Order Rhynchocephalia(1)

          • Order Chelonia -turtles and tortoises(1)

          • Order Crocodilia(1)

          • Order Squamata -lizards and snakes(1)

      • Class Aves -birds (Six of choice- NH birds)

          • Order PodicipediformesGrebes

          • Order SphenisciformesPenguins

          • Order Procellariiformes - Tube-nosed Seabirds

          • Order Pelecaniformes - Pelicans and relatives

          • Order AnseriformesWaterfowl

          • Order Phoenicopteriformes – Flamingos

          • Order Ciconiiformes - Herons, Storks, New World Vultures

          • Order Falconiformes - Diurnal Birds of Prey

          • Order Galliformes - Fowlike Birds

          • Order Gruiformes - Cranes, Rails and relatives

          • Order Charadriiformes - Shorebirds, Gulls and relative

          • Order GaviiformesLoons

          • Order Columbiformes - Pigeons and Doves

          • Order Psittaciformes - Parrots (no species list yet)

          • Order ColiiformesMousebirds

          • Order MusophagiformesTuracos

          • Order CuculiformesCuckoos

          • Order StrigiformesOwls

          • Order Caprimulgiformes - Nightjars and relatives

          • Order Apodiformes - Swifts and Hummingbirds

          • Order TrogoniformesTrogons

          • Order Coraciiformes - Rollers, Kingfishers and relatives

          • Order Piciformes - Woodpeckers, Toucans and relatives

          • Order Passeriformes - Perching Birds

      • Class Mammalia -mammals, including humans

          • Order Monotremata – Duckbill platypus, spiny andteaters (1)

          • Order Marsupilia- Kangaroos , koalas(1)

          • Order Insectivora- Moles, shrews(1)

          • Order Chiroptera- Bats(1)

          • Order Edentata- Sloths, armadillos

          • Order Pholidota- Pangolins

          • Order Rodentia- Mice, rats, beavers(1)

          • Order Lagomorpha- Rabbits, hares(1)

          • Order Carnivora- Lions, tigers, bears (oh my!) (1)

          • Order Cetacea- Whales, dolphins(1)

          • Order Sirenia- Sea cows, manatees(1)

          • Order Proboscidea- Elephants(1)

          • Order Pinnipedia- Seals, sea loins

          • Order Perissodactyla- Rhinoceroses, zebras(1)

          • Order Artiodactyla- Hippopotamuses, camels, deer, sheep(1)

          • Order Primates- Monkeys, lemurs, gorillas(1)

          • Order Macroscelidea- Elephant shrews

          • Order Scandentia- Tree Shrews

          • Order Hydracoidea- Hyraxes

          • Order Dermophtra- Flying lemurs

          • Order Tubulidentata- Aardvark

Kingdom Fungi

  • Phylum Ascomycota- Bread Mold

  • Phylum Basidiomycota- Toadstools, mushrooms

  • Phylum Deuteromycota- Trichophyton (Athletes Foot)

  • Phylum Zygomycota- Rhizopus

“Fungal Asociations” : Lichens & Mycorrhizae

Kingdom Plantae

  • Phylum Bryophyta- Sphagnum

  • Phylum Hepatophyta- Marchantia

  • Phylum Anthocerophyta- Anthoceros

  • Phylum Psilotophyta- Psilotum

  • Phylum Lycophyta- Selaginella

  • Phylum Sphenophyta- Equisetum

  • Phylum Pterophyla- Salvinia

  • Phylum Cycadophyta- Cycas

  • Phylum Coniferothyta- Taxus

  • Phylum Gnetophyta- Ephedra

  • Phylum Ginkgophyta- Ginkgo biloba

  • Phylum Anthophyta- Aster

      • Class Monocotyledones- Grasses, irises, lilies, palms

      • Class Dicotyledones- Roses, maples, elms







- - to Zero

-



+

Kingdom and

Phylum Sheets

-completely lacking necessary concepts

- no development of major concepts

- 5+ mechanical errors/pg

-no discernable thought organization

-grade of 0 if no citations present


-lacking fundamental concepts

-poor/undeveloped development of major concepts,

-4 mechanical errors/pg

-difficult to read, no flow, improper sentence/paragraph structure

-major citation errors


-states most major characteristics

-most concepts well developed

-2-3 mechanical errors/pg

-slight sentence/paragraph structure error, somewhat choppy when read

-1-2 minor citation errors


-states major characteristics of the phylum or kingdom: what sets them apart from the others, what traits evolved

-complete development of major concepts (expands and explains) why are these important, what do they mean

-excellent mechanics,

0-1 errors/pg

-nice flow, excellent sentence/paragraph format

- correct and complete citations (APA format)



Drawings

-grade of 0 if no drawings present



-drawings do not represent typical organism

-drawings not to scale

-no color


-accurate representations of organisms

-slightly off scale

-color


-accurate representations of organisms

-drawn to scale

-in color


Labels

-grade of 0 if no labels present



-missing major features

-indiscernible labels

-no magnification or approximate size provided


-most major features identified

-labels somewhat unclear

-magnification or approximate size provided


-all major features identified

-clearly & neatly labeled

-magnification or approximate size provided


Information

-major gaps in information provided

-major citation errors

-incomplete and incorrect classification


-missing essential information

-3-4 citation errors

-incorrect classification


-slightly incomplete information

-1-2 minor citation errors

-classification incorrect


-correct, complete information

-cited properly

-classification correct and complete


Table of Contents

- no index present

(at completion: grade



of 0 if no index present)

-major omissions

-lacking organization



-questionable organization

-difficult to follow



-up-to-date

-organization easy to follow and use



Reference Page

- no references or so many formatting errors they would be impossible to find

(at completion: grade of 0 if no references present) -all correctly formatted (APA)

Overall grade:



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