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Animal Kingdom Mollusks and Annelids Unit Bundle - 8 Files

This product includes the Animal Kingdom Mollusks and Annelids Unit Bundle - 8 files.

Each topic contains a PowerPoint presentation, Notes Outline, Homework Assignments, Quizzes, and Unit Exam. In total, there is 1 PowerPoint Presentation Lesson Plan, 1 PP Notebook for Smartboard, 1 Notes Outline, 2 Homework Assignments, 2 Quizzes, and 1 Exam.

This bundled product includes the following topics in the Animal Kingdom Mollusks and Annelids Unit Bundle:

This PowerPoint Lesson Plan contains 44 slides on the following topics of The Animal Kingdom - Mollusks and Annelids: Mollusks, Trochophore, Gastropoda (snails and slugs), Bivalvia (clams, oysters, and scallops), Cephalopoda (octopuses and squids), Characteristics of Mollusks, Body Cavity, coelom, Symmetry, bilateral symmetry, Three-part body plan, visceral mass, mantle, foot, Organ Systems, excretion, circulation, respiration, digestion, reproduction, Shell, exoskeleton, Radula, Mollusk Organ Systems, one-way digestive system, Mollusk Excretion, nephridia, coelomic fluid, Mollusk Circulation, digestive tube, mesoderm, circulatory system, three-chambered heart, open circulatory system, closed circulatory system, Mollusk Respiration, gills, primitive lung, Mollusk Reproduction, Mollusk Classes, Aplacophora, Monoplacophora, Polyplacophora, chitons, Scaphopods, cephalopods, tentacles, Gastropods, Bivalves, filter feeders, valves, adductor muscles, sessile, siphons, Bivalve Pearls, nacre, mother-of-pearl, Annelids, Segmentation, cerebral ganglion, primitive brain, nerve cord, septa, Characteristics of Annelids, Coelom, mesoderm, Organ Systems, specialization, closed circulatory system, nephridia, Bristles, setae, traction, parapodia, Insect Larvae, arthropods, Marine Worms, Polychaeta, tubeworms, Polychaete Worms, Earthworms, Oligochaeta, scavengers, pharynx, one-way gut, crop, gizzard, intestine, anus, castings, Tunneling, Hydrostatic Skeleton, coelom, Leeches, suckers Hirudinea.

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