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Table of Contents
PART ONE INTRODUCTION TO THE LIVING ANIMAL EXERCISE 1 The Microscope EXERCISE 2 Cell Structure and Division EXERCISE 3 Gametogenesis and Embryology EXERCISE 4 Tissue Structure and Function PART TWO THE DIVERSITY OF ANIMAL LIFE EXERCISE 5 Ecological Relationships of Animals EXERCISE 6 Introduction to Animal Classification EXERCISE 7 Unicellular Eukaryotes EXERCISE 8 The Sponges EXERCISE 9 The Radiate Animals EXERCISE 10 The Flatworms EXERCISE 11 Nematodes and Four SmallProtostome Phyla EXERCISE 12 The Molluscs EXERCISE 13 The Annelids EXERCISE 14 The Chelicerate Arthropods EXERCISE 15 The Crustacean Arthropods EXERCISE 16 The Arthropods EXERCISE 17 The Echinoderms EXERCISE 18 Phylum Chordata: A DeuterostomeGroup EXERCISE 19 The Fishes—Lampreys, Sharks,and Bony Fishes EXERCISE 20 The Amphibians: Frogs EXERCISE 21 The Reptiles EXERCISE 22 The Birds EXERCISE 23 The Mammals: Fetal Pig Appendix A: Instructor’s Resources for Implementing Exercises Appendix B: Sources of Living Material and Prepared Microslides