Welcome to Mrs. Singh's First Hour Biomes WIKI! Helpful hints: When searching, type the name of your biome first then the organism for which you are looking. When uploading pictures, name them your biome then subject of the picture. GREAT database: www.catalogueoflife.com GREAT database: zipcodezoo.com

Animal Kingdom Rubric—Test grade (54 points) Group grade (12 points): You must have a banner with ANIMALS and the definition of animals (use the one I gave you in class). Together in the group your examples must represent AT LEAST 5 different invertebrate phyla and 5 different vertebrate classes. Individual grade (42 points): Each person in the group is responsible for 3 invertebrates AND 3 vertebrates for a total of 6 examples per person. Each of your examples must include the following: Definition of Phylum or Class Kingdom/Phylum/Class Order/Family Genus/species Description of where they live Picture Common name (as caption of picture)

Invertebrates--Phyla

Vertebrates--Phylum Chordata (Chordates)

Classes

Acanthocephala (Spiny-Headed Worms)

Actinopterygii (ray-finned fish)

Annelida (Segmented Worms)

Amphibia (frogs, salamanders)

Arthropoda (Arthropods)

Appendicularia (tunicates)

Brachiopoda (Brachiopods)

Ascidiacea (sea squirts)

Bryozoa (Bryozoans)

Aves (birds)

Cephalorhyncha (Spiny Worms)

Cephalaspidomorphi (lampreys)

Chaetognatha (Arrow Worms)

Cephalochordata (lancelets)

Cnidaria (Corals & Jellyfish)

Elasmobranchii (sharks, rays, skates)

Ctenophora (Comb Jellies)

Holocephali (chimarea)

Echinodermata (Echinoderms)

Mammalia (mammals)

Echiura (Spoon Worms)

Myxini (hagfish)

Entoprocta (Goblet Worms)

Reptilia (crocodiles, snakes, turtles)

Gastrotricha (Gastrotrichs)

Sarcopterygii (lungfish)

Gnathostomulida (Sand Worms)

Thaliacea (salps)

Hemichordata (Acorn Worms)

Mesozoa (parasite of marine invertebrates)

Mollusca (Mollusks)

Myxozoa (parasite of invertebrates)

Nemata (Round Worms, Nematodes)

Nematomorpha (Horsehair Worms)

Nemertea (Ribbon Worms)

Onychophora (Velvet Worms or Walking Worms)

Phoronida (marine worm)

Platyhelminthes (Flatworms)

Porifera (Sponges)

Rotifera (Rotifers)

Sipuncula (Peanut Worms)

Tardigrada (Tardigrades)

Plant Kingdom—Test grade (52 points possible) Due December 1 at the beginning of class Group grade (10 points): You must have a banner with PLANTS and the definition of plants. Together in the group your examples must represent AT LEAST 8 of the 17 numbered items. Individual grade (42 points):Each person in the group is responsible for 6 examples. Each of your examples must include the following: Definition of Division Common name Kingdom/Division/Class Picture Order/Family Description of where they live Genus/species 1. Division: Bryophyta (no more than 2 examples) Class: Bryopsida (syn. Musci) mosses Class: Hepaticopsida (syn. Hepaticae, Hepaticophyta, Marchantiophyta) liverworts 2. Division: Anthocerotophyta (syn. Anthrocerophyta) (no more than 2 examples) hornworts 3. Division: Equisetophyta (syn. Sphenophyta) (no more than 2 examples) horsetails 4. Division Lycopodiophyta (syn. Lycophyta) (no more than 2 examples) Class: Isoetopsida quillworts, spikemoss Class: Lycopodiopsida clubmoss 5. Division: Polypodiophyta (syn. Filicinophyta, Pterophyta?) (no more than 2 examples) ferns Class: Ophioglossopsida Class: Polypodiopsida 6. Division: Psilotophyta (syn. Pteridophyta) (no more than 2 examples) wisk ferns Division: Pinophyta (syn. Coniferophyta, Tracheophyta) 7. Class: Cycadopsida (Phylum Cycadophyta) (no more than 2 examples) cycads 8. Class: Ginkgoopsida (Phylum Ginkophyta) (no more than 2 examples) ginkgo 9. Class: Ephedropsida (Phylum Gnetophyta) (no more than 2 examples) 10. Class: Gnetopsida (Phylum Gnetophyta) (no more than 2 examples) 11. Class: Welwitschiopsida (Phylum Gnetophyta) (no more than 2 examples) 12. Class: Pinopsida (no more than 2 examples) conifers Division: Magnoliophyta (syn. Angiospermophyta, Anthophyta, Tracheophyta) 13. Class: Liliopsida (no more than 2 examples) monocots 14. Class: Magnoliopsida (no more than 2 examples) dicots 15. Class: Piperopsida (no more than 2 examples) 16. Class: Ranunculopsida (no more than 2 examples) 17. Class: Rosopsida (no more than 2 examples)

Organisms Page--QUIZ Grade (16 points) Due Date: November 16 (end of class) Group:Subtitle for Fungus Kingdom with a definition (2pts) Each person in the group is responsible for 2 examples of a fungus. Between all of the examples, at least 3 of the following class/phyla must be represented.

Zygomycota

Basidiomycota

Ascomycota

Glomeromycota

Chytridiomycota

Definition

Definition

Definition

Definition

Definition

Kingdom/Phylum/Class

Kingdom/Phylum/Class

Kingdom/Phylum/Class

Kingdom/Phylum/Class

Kingdom/Phylum/Class

Order/Family

Order/Family

Order/Family

Order/Family

Order/Family

Genus/species

Genus/species

Genus/species

Genus/species

Genus/species

Common name

Common name

Common name

Common name

Common name

Where they live

Where they live

Where they live

Where they live

Where they live

Picture

Picture

Picture

Picture

Picture

Organisms Page—Protozoa Due Date: November 9 (end of class) Class work grade: 6 pts The group is responsible for:
Subtitle of Protozoa with a definition (2 pts) Each person is responsible for:
Protozoan (4 pts)

Organisms Page—Monerans Due Date November 2 (end of class) The group is responsible for:
(2) Subtitle of Monerans with a definition Each person in the group is responsible for:
(4) Moneran example from your biome

Welcome to Mrs. Singh's First Hour Biomes WIKI!Helpful hints:When searching, type the name of your biome first then the organism for which you are looking.

When uploading pictures, name them your biome then subject of the picture.

GREAT database: www.catalogueoflife.com

GREAT database: zipcodezoo.com

Tundra

Taiga

Temperate Deciduous Forest

Temperate Rain Forest

Grasslands

Desert

Tropical Rain Forest

Lakes

Rivers

Ocean Shore

Coral Reef

Open Ocean

Estuary

Animal Kingdom Rubric—Test grade (54 points)Group grade (12 points):You must have a banner with ANIMALS and the definition of animals (use the one I gave you in class). Together in the group your examples must represent AT LEAST5 different invertebrate phyla and 5 different vertebrate classes.Individual grade (42 points):Each person in the group is responsible for 3 invertebrates AND 3 vertebrates for a total of 6 examples per person. Each of your examples must include the following:Definition of Phylum or Class

Kingdom/Phylum/Class

Order/Family

Genus/species

Description of where they live

Picture

Common name (as caption of picture)

Invertebrates--PhylaVertebrates--Phylum Chordata (Chordates)ClassesPlant Kingdom—Test grade (52 points possible) Due December 1 at the beginning of classGroup grade (10 points):You must have a banner with PLANTS and the definition of plants. Together in the group your examples must represent AT LEAST 8 of the 17 numbered items.Individual grade (42 points):Each person in the group is responsible for 6 examples.Each of your examples must include the following:

Definition of Division Common name

Kingdom/Division/Class Picture

Order/Family Description of where they live

Genus/species

1. Division: Bryophyta(no more than 2 examples)Class: Bryopsida (syn. Musci) mosses

Class: Hepaticopsida (syn. Hepaticae, Hepaticophyta, Marchantiophyta) liverworts

2. Division: Anthocerotophyta(syn. Anthrocerophyta) (no more than 2 examples) hornworts3. Division: Equisetophyta(syn. Sphenophyta) (no more than 2 examples) horsetails4. Division Lycopodiophyta(syn. Lycophyta) (no more than 2 examples)Class: Isoetopsida quillworts, spikemoss

Class: Lycopodiopsida clubmoss

5. Division: Polypodiophyta(syn. Filicinophyta, Pterophyta?) (no more than 2 examples) fernsClass: Ophioglossopsida

Class: Polypodiopsida

6. Division: Psilotophyta(syn. Pteridophyta) (no more than 2 examples) wisk fernsDivision: Pinophyta (syn. Coniferophyta, Tracheophyta)

7. Class: Cycadopsida(Phylum Cycadophyta) (no more than 2 examples) cycads8. Class: Ginkgoopsida(Phylum Ginkophyta) (no more than 2 examples) ginkgo9. Class: Ephedropsida(Phylum Gnetophyta) (no more than 2 examples)10. Class: Gnetopsida(Phylum Gnetophyta) (no more than 2 examples)11. Class: Welwitschiopsida(Phylum Gnetophyta) (no more than 2 examples)12. Class: Pinopsida(no more than 2 examples) conifersDivision: Magnoliophyta (syn. Angiospermophyta, Anthophyta, Tracheophyta)

13. Class: Liliopsida(no more than 2 examples) monocots14. Class: Magnoliopsida(no more than 2 examples) dicots15. Class: Piperopsida(no more than 2 examples)16. Class: Ranunculopsida(no more than 2 examples)17. Class: Rosopsida(no more than 2 examples)Organisms Page--QUIZ Grade (16 points)Due Date: November 16 (end of class)Group:Subtitle for Fungus Kingdom with a definition (2pts)Each personin the group is responsible for2 examplesof a fungus. Between all of the examples,at least 3 of the followingclass/phyla must be represented.ZygomycotaBasidiomycotaAscomycotaGlomeromycotaChytridiomycotaOrganisms Page—ProtozoaDue Date:November 9 (end of class)Class work grade:6 ptsThe groupis responsible for:Subtitle of Protozoa with a definition (2 pts)

Each personis responsible for:Protozoan (4 pts)

- Method of movement
- Scientific name, common name if possible
- Picture
- Description of where they live

Video of ProtozoaOrganisms Page—MoneransDue DateNovember 2 (end of class)The groupis responsible for:(2) Subtitle of Monerans with a definition

Each personin the group is responsible for:(4) Moneran example from your biome