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Biology Topics

  • MAJOR PLANT, FUNGI AND ANIMAL PHYLA (and former plant phyla)
    • Chlorophyta
    • Streptophyta
      • Bryophyta
      • Lycopodiopsida
      • Polypodiidae
      • CYCDOPHYTA
      • Coniferophyta
      • MAGNOLIOPHYTA
    • Ascomycota
    • Basidiomycota
    • Porifera
    • CNIDARIA
    • PLATYHELMINTHES
    • GNATHOSTOMULIDA
    • NEMATODA
    • ENTOPROCTA
    • ANNELIDA
    • Mollusca
    • Arthropoda
    • Echinodermata
    • Chordata
  • “LOWER” ANIMALS
  • MARINE FISHES
  • AMPHIBIANS
  • Oak/Hickory Forest
  • Oak/Pine Forest
  • Loblolly/Shortleaf Forest
  • Longleaf/Slash Forest
  • Oak/Gum/Cypress Forest
  • Reefs
  • Wetlands
  • Subtropical Ecosystem
ORGANISMS:
  • BACTERIA
    • Chlamydiae
    • Gammaproteobacteria – E. coli, Salmonella, Vibrio
    • Deltaproteobacteria – Bdellovibrio
    • Epsilonproteobacteria – Helicobacter pylori
    • Bacilli – Bacillus, Streptococcus
    • Clostridia – Clostridium
  • EUKARYOTA
    • Entamoebidae
    • Acanthamoebidae
    • Apicomplexa – Plasmodium
    • Kinetoplastida – Trypanosoma
    • Eurotiomycetes – Green & Blue Molds, Dermatophytes
    • VIRIDIPLANTAE
      • Streptophyta
        • Tracheophyta
          • Lycopodiopsida
            • Isoetales – Quillworts
          • Euphyllophyta
            • Polypodiopsida
              • Ophioglossidae – Ferns
              • Psilotopsida – Whisk Ferns
              • Equisetidae – Horsetails
            • Spermatophyta
              • Cycadidae – Cycads
              • Magnoliophyta
                • Nymphaeales – Water Lilies
                • Ceratophyllales – Coontail
                • Laurales – Laurels, Avacado, Cinnamon
                • Magnoliales – Magnolias, Nutmeg, Pawpaws
                • Piperales – Radiator Plants, Wild Ginger
                • Canellales – Wild cinnamon
                • Acorales – Sweet Flags
                • Alismatales – Pondweeds, Arums
                • Amaryllidaceae - Amaryllis
                • Asphodelaceae - Aloe
                • Iridaceae - Irises
                • Orchidaceae - Orchids
                • Dioscoreales – Yams
                • Lilliales – Lilies, Trilliums
                • Arecales – Palms
                • Commelinales – Water-Hyacinth, Spiderworts
                • Zingiberales – Bananas, Ginger, Cannas
                • Proteales – Sycamores, Lotuses
                • Ranunculales – Poppies, Buttercups
                • Aizoaceae - Iceplants
                • Amaranthaceae - Pigweeds, Glassworts
                • Caryophyllaceae - Pinks
                • Nyctaginaceae - Four O'Clocks
                • Plumbaginaceae - Leadworts
                • Polygonaceae - Buckwheats
                • Portulacaceae – Purslanes
                • Santalales – Mistletoes, Sandalwoods
                • Saxifragales – Currants, Witch Hazels, Stonecrops
                • Cornales – Dogwoods, Hydrangeas
                • Balsaminaceae - Touch-Me-Nots
                • Ebenaceae - Ebonies
                • Ericaceae - Heaths
                • Polemoniaceae - Phloxes
                • Primulaceae - Primroses
                • Lamiales – Ashes, Olives, Mints, Sages
                • Solanales – Peppers, Morning Glories
                • Apiales – Carrots, Ginsings
                • Aquifoliales – Hollies, Winterberries
                • Dipsacales – Honeysuckles, Teasles
                • Geraniales – Geraniums
                • Celastrales – Ground Holly
                • Fabales – Peas, Licorice, Indigo
                • Casuarinaceae - Australian Pines
                • Fagaceae - Oaks
                • Juglandaceae - Hickories, Walnuts
                • Myricaceae - Wax-Myrtle
                • Rosaceae - Roses, Berries
                • Ulmaceae - Elms, HackberriesUrticaceae - Nettles
                • Brassicales – Mustards, Papayas
                • Malvales – Mallows, Rock-Roses
                • Myrtales – White Mangrove, Fireweed
                • Sapindales – Sumacs, Soapberries
    • Opisthokonta
      • FUNGI
      • Choanoflagellida
      • METAZOA
        • Placozoa – Trichoplaxes
        • Rhombozoa – Rhombozoans
        • Orthonectida – Orthonectids
        • Porifera – Sponges
        • Cnidaria
          • Gorgonacea – Sea Fans
          • Corallimorpha – Coral-Like Anemones
          • Scleractinia – Stony Corals
          • Zoanthidea – Zoanthids
          • Cubozoa – Sea Wasps
          • Myxozoa – Myxozoans
        • Platyhelminthes
        • Gnathostomulida – Jaw Worms
        • Nematoda – Roundworms
        • Nematomorpha – Horsehair Worms
        • Acanthocephala – Spiny-Headed Worms
        • Kinorhyncha – Kinorhynchs
        • Gastrotricha – Gastrotrichs
        • Loricifera* – Loriciferans
        • Cycliophora – Symbion pandora
        • Entoprocta – Entoprocts
        • Bryozoa – Bryozoans
        • Brachiopoda – Lampshells
        • Annelida
          • Hirudinida - Leeches
        • Arthropoda
          • Insecta
            • Mecoptera – Scorpionflies, Hangingflies
        • Chordata
          • Chondrichthyes - Cartilaginous Fishes
            • Cephalochordata – Lancelets
            • Orectolobiformes - Carpet Sharks
            • Torpediniformes – Electric Rays
            • Myliobatiformes – Stingrays
          • Actinopterygii - Bony Fishes
            • Elopiformes – Tarpons
            • Clupeiformes – Herrings, etc.
            • Aulopiformes – Greeneyes, etc.
            • Batrachoidiformes – Toadfishes
            • Ophidiiformes – Cusk Eels
            • Perciformes – Perches, Angelfishes, etc.
            • Pleuronectiformes – Flounders, Soles
            • Scorpaeniformes – Scorpionfishes, etc.
            • Tetraodontiformes – Puffers, etc.
            • Elassomatidae – Everglades Pygmy Sunfish
            • Gasterosteiformes – Sand Eels, etc.
            • Mugiliformes – Mullets
            • Atheriniformes – Rainbowfishes, etc.
            • Beloniformes – Flying Fishes, etc.
            • Cyprinodontiformes – Livebearers, etc.
          • Amphibia
            • Cryptobranchoidea - Hellbenders
            • Salmondroidea - Salamanders
            • Sirenoidea - Sirens
            • Microhyloidea - Microhylid Toads
          • Sauropsida
            • Chelonoidea - Sea Turtles
            • Trionychoidea - Soft-Shelled Turtles
            • Testudinoidea - Turtles
            • Amphisbaenia – Worm Lizards
            • Crocodylidae – Alligators
            • Aves - Birds
              • Phoenicopteriformes – Flamingoes
          • Mammalia
            • Didelphidae – Opposum
            • Trichechidae – Manatees
            • Delphinidae – Bottlenose Dolphins
            • Phocoenidae – Porpoises

Human Effects on the Environment and Our Own Health

  • Misuse of Antibiotics


 

 
Trip Menu
  1. Greater Yellowstone
  2. Southeast
    1. Great Smoky Mountains
    2. Georgia Aquarium
    3. Centers for Disease Control
    4. Oconee National Forest
    5. Green Swamp
    6. Okefenokee Swamp
    7. Crystal River NWR
    8. Everglades
    9. Fairchild Tropical Garden
    10. Florida Keys
    • Trip 2 Topics
  3. Northeast
  4. Four Corners
  5. Northwest
  6. Heartland
  7. California
  8. Great Lakes
  9. Southwest
  10. Mid-Atlantic
  11. Alaska
  12. Hawaii
 

Trip 2 Map


Alternate Sites:

  • Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Coweeta LTER site
  • Duke University Primate Center
  • Congaree National Park
  • Florida Aquarium, Tampa, FL
  • SeaWorld
  • Georgia Coastal Ecosystem LTER site
Other Points of Interest


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