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For Phylum Nematoda, please refer to your notes. You can also photocopy the *Nematoda* chapter in your Miller and Levine book (Dragonfly edition). Please look for Ms. Aileen dela Cruz (Bio Laboratory Room).

You can also use the following websites to learn more about the different phyla we are discussing. Alternatively, you can use other websites but please if you are unsure of its contents, its safer to use university sites (those with .edu in its URL).
1. UCMP
2. Shape of Life

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Phylum Platyhelminthes

Platyhelminthes

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Phylum Cnidaria

Cnidaria

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Phylum Porifera

Porifera

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EXTENDED: Call for Papers

BIOTA members and interested participants are invited to present a
paper under any of these 4 categories:
• Workshop Paper – a 1-hr. lecture-demonstrati on or hands-on
activity to be presented during the Scientific Sessions. Please
indicate willingness to give a repeat session.
• Seminar Paper – a 30-minute lecture to be presented during
the Scientific Sessions.
• Poster Paper – to be presented at the Poster Exhibit.
• Young Biologists Forum (YBF) Paper – a 15-minute lecture with
10-min. Q&A presented during the Scientific Sessions. The YBF is open
to students in B.S. Biology (or any Life Sciences-related course)
with individual or group research work conducted entirely in the
Philippines.

Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Email abstract on or
before the deadline to the BIOTA Convention 2009 Screening Committee
for approval:

• DR. EDNA A. AMPARADO (Posters) – submit by Feb. 16
Off. Ph.: 920-5471; E-mail: edna_amparado@ yahoo.com

• DR. GLORINA P. OROZCO (Seminar/ Workshop) – Feb.16
CP: 0927-8582222; Email: orozcogp@yahoo. com

• DR. JOHN DONNIE A. RAMOS (YBF) – March 9
Off. Ph.: 4061611 loc. 4056; Email: ramosjda@yahoo. com

Please contact the Committee member concerned for submission details

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Most of the photos and some text of the posted powerpoint presentations were from the following sources (see below) unless indicated otherwise.-NA ESPINAS

 

1. Protist Information Server (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, and by the “Bio-Resource” project “Fundamental research and development for databasing and networking culture collection information” at JST (Japan Science and Technology Corporation). http://protist.i.hosei.ac.jp/Protist_menuE.html
2.UCMP Web Lift (University of California, Berkeley University of Paleontology) http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/index.html
3. Campbell NA, Reece JB, and Simon EJ. 2004. Essential Biology. 2nd ed. Pearson
 Education Inc.  464 pp.
4. Miller KR and Levine J. 2002. Biology. Prentice Hall. 1114 pp.

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Animal Architecture

animal architecture

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