Lessons for Invertebrates

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  • A Slimy Subject - … Alan Hite, WCVE Topic: Earthworms/Invertebrates and Data Recording. This lesson serves as an introduction to invertebrates within a unit study of … gives the students a chance to identify some characteristics of invertebrates. More specifically, students explore the sensory reactions of earthworms to … to practice the term "invertebrate." Have a student exchange the words "with" and "without" with "vertebrate" and "invertebrate" on the chalkboard. Discuss …
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  • Freshwater Fish Water Quality - … temperature fluctuations appear to cause reduced reproduction of fish and invertebrates. Adults and juveniles are much better able to withstand fluctuations … aquatic organisms, and sublethal amounts can bioaccumulate in fish and invertebrate organisms (Hem, 1989). [USGS] 56 Lesson Plan: Determining the properties … organisms: Chlorpyrifos is very highly toxic to freshwater fish, aquatic invertebrates and estuarine and marine organisms [43]. Cholinesterase inhibition was observed …
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  • What Killed the Seeds? Exploration of the Gulf of Mexico - … -inflammatory substances than any group of terrestrial organisms. Particularly promising invertebrate groups include sponges, tunicates, ascidians, bryozoans, octocorals, and some molluscs … have anticancer properties. The list of drugs derived from marine invertebrates includes: Ecteinascidin – Extracted from tunicates; being tested in humans for … that live in association with deep-sea marine invertebrates; • prepare extracts of benthic invertebrates and associated microorganisms, and test these extracts to …
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  • Medicines from the Deep Sea: Exploration of the Gulf of Mexico - … -inflammatory substances than any group of terrestrial organisms. Particularly promising invertebrate groups include sponges, tunicates, ascidians, bryozoans, octocorals, and some molluscs, annelids, and echinoderms. This list reflects an interesting fact about invertebrates that produce pharmacologically active substances: most species are sessile; they … that live in association with deep-sea marine invertebrates; prepare extracts of benthic invertebrates and associated microorganisms, and test these extracts to …
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  • Animals with Backbones - … the animals in groups of vertebrates (animals with backbones) and invertebrates (animals without backbones). 2.)Inform students that they are going … animals as vertebrates or invertebrates and as endotherms or ectotherms. SC(4) 6. Classify animals as vertebrates or invertebrates and as endotherms … the animals in groups of vertebrates (animals with backbones) and invertebrates (animals without backbones). 2.)Inform students that they are going …
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  • Ocean Creature Classification - … either vertebrates (with backbones) or invertebrates (without backbones). All vertebrates belong to the same phylum, but invertebrates belong to several different phyla … 12-15 marine invertebrates, being sure to include at least 1 from each phylum listed. Focus on the invertebrate phyla of Porifera, Cnidaria, Echinodermata, Mollusca, Annelida, and Arthropoda. See the sample list of invertebrates below. After students …
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  • Wonderful World of Insects - … will use a classification scheme to determine whether or not invertebrates are insects. Children are naturally curious about insects. This curiosity … classified as either invertebrates (animals without backbones) or vertebrates (animals with backbones). Insects are just one type of invertebrate. All insects have … center filled with resource materials about insects. Extensions: Bring several invertebrates to class, or have students bring them from home and …
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  • NS 4: Invertebrates - … divisions of the animal kingdom (vertebrate, invertebrate). 6c 3.Differentiate among the eight phyla of invertebrates. 6c Materials: White board, markers, reading … , what does invertebrate mean?" Ask students to classify their favorite animal as vertebrate or invertebrate. Ask why. What limitations could invertebrates have on … all animals, recognized the difference between vertebrates and invertebrates, and differentiated among the eight invertebrate phyla." Review the phyla. Ask students to …
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  • Something Fishy Going On - … * Classify according to characteristics of vertebrate / invertebrate Video animation *Sequencing months, first , next vertebrate / invertebrate ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS What type of a physical … Predators Prey Survival Instincts * Determine vertebrates (having a spinal column) Invertebrates (not having a spinal column) Recognition and sequencing of the … sequential order. Students will know the facts: vertebrates - with backbone, invertebrates - no backbone Students will give very limited responses to the …
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  • Medicines from the Deep Sea: Exploration of the Gulf of Mexico - … -inflammatory substances than any group of terrestrial organisms. Particularly promising invertebrate groups include sponges, tunicates, ascidians, bryozoans, octocorals, and some molluscs … that live in association with deep-sea marine invertebrates; • prepare extracts of benthic invertebrates and associated microorganisms, and test these extracts to … ; potent pain-killer This list reflects an interesting fact about invertebrates that produce pharmacologically-active substances: most species are sessile; they …
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