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Collar cell Ostium Osculum Spicule ?
What happens at the osculum?
True or False? Amoebocytes digest food for a sponge.
What does the phylum name “Porifera” mean?
What is B? C B A D
What is the atrium?
True or False? Sponges can reproduce both sexually and asexually.
A choanocyte is also called a …
Collar cell Ostium Osculum Spicule ?
What does a collar cell do for a sponge?
True or False? Sponges obtain their energy through photosynthesis.
How do sponges feed?
What is A? C B A D
How do sponges reproduce?
True or False? Sponges were the first animal.
What do function do spicules have in sponges?
What is C? C B A D
What do sponges eat?
True or False? Sponges have complex tissues and organs.
Which of the following is the class of glass sponges? –A. Hexactinellida –B. Calcarea –C. Demospongiae
How do sponges create water flow through their body?
Collar cell Ostium Osculum Spicule Body Wall ?
What is symmetry? Do sponges have it?
True or False? Fertilization of a sponge egg is internal.
Where does water enter a sponge?
Where does water exit a sponge?
True or False? When organisms reproduce asexually they create genetically identical offspring.
What happens at the ostium?
What is D? C B A D
What does the word “sessile” mean?
True or False? Sponges are hermaphroditic.
What is the empty cavity inside of a sponge called?
Collar cell Ostium Osculum Spicule ?
True or False? There are no species of sponge that can live in fresh water.
How do sponges get rid of waste they produce and the oxygen they need?
Phylum Porifera. Sessile: DO NOT MOVE! Stay in one place (rock or shell) Sponges HAVE NO specialized tissues, organs, or symmetry Live in shallow.
Simple InvertebratesSection 1 Phylum Porifera Pore – bearers : Sponges.
Phylum Porifera A.K.A.Sponges. Sponges are an animal?? Yes, they are!!! Yes, they are!!! Sessile- sponges do not move; anchored to one place (rock or.
Porifera. The phylum Porifera (the sponges) includes about 5000 species almost all of which are marine (there are about 150 freshwater species, members.
The Sponges. General Characteristics Porifera means “full of holes” Sponges are the simplest of animals Live in both freshwater and saltwater.
Phylum Porifera Sponges. Porifera Sponges – Living on Earth for at least 540 million years – Most sponges live in the ocean Arctic to the tropics shallow.
Phylum Porifera Sponges. Porifera Means pore bearing. Most simple of the multi-cellular organisms (Metazoans) Composed of a network of cells; no true.
PORIFERA Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Porifera Porifera = “pore bearer” Pink lumpy sponge Yellow barrel sponge.
Phylum Porifera. Characteristics of Phylum Porifera Cellular level of organization, without true tissues Adults exhibit radial symmetry or are asymmetrical.
Invertebrate Animals Outline Sponges, Phylum Porifera 28 May Invertebrate-1.ppt.
Sponges – Phylum Porifera (Pore-bearing) Section 28.1.
Invertebrate Notes. Sponges- Porifera “Pore Bearer” Show examples Evolutionary sideline - alone. Simple multicellular animals lacking true tissues.
THE NONCOELOMATE ANIMALS. Subkingdoms of Kingdom Animalia Name, characterize and identify the phyla belonging to the two sub kingdoms.
Porifera and Cnidaria Test. Which of the following diagrams shows the correct movement of water?
General characteristics: – Porifera means “Pore Bearer” – Body multi-cellular but has no tissue. – Asymmetric body plan – Can be commercially raised Habitat:
The Animal Kingdom Unifying Animal Concepts: 1. They are classified according to body plan, symmetry, number of germ layers, & level of organization.
Porifera Developed by Adam Sprague & Dave Werner.
PORIFERA Belong to the subkingdom Parazoa Latin for “pore-bearing” Phylum comprised of sponges.
Vocabulary Porifera = "pore-bearing”; eat, excrete, & reproduce through pores ostia = pores for water to enter osculum = pores for water to exit.
Invertebrates: Sponges and Cnidarians. Journal 2 You are an expert taxonomist who has been given an unknown specimen to identify. You suspect that it.
Sponges Phylum Porifera. SPONGES ARE STRANGE Only meet MINIMUM requirement for Kingdom Animalia –Multicellular, eukaryotic cells, heterotrophic, moves.
Ch. 35 Porifera Invertebrates Animals without a backbone 97% of all species Simplest is sponge.
Invertebrates: Sponges and Cnidarians. Sponges: Phylum Porifera means- pore bearer Simplest of all animals Assymetrical animals that live in shallow waters.
The simplest animal Invertebrates No symmetry Live in water all over the world Depend on water for food, oxygen, and reproduction.
Sponges. Classification: Domain Eukarya Kingdom Animalia Phylum Porifiera – due to its pores * More than 7,000 named species *The rest of a sponge’s classification.
Sponges Phylum Porifera. Phylum Porifera – Pore Bearers Water flow Choanocyte Spicule Pore cell Pore Epidermal cell Archaeocyte Osculum Central cavity.
Phylum: Porifera Sponges Sponges. Characteristics 1.Simplest animals 2.Multicellular 3.No organs, tissues, or body systems 4.Asymmetry (some radial symmetry)
Marine Invertebrates Chapter 7. The Classification of Organisms Domain BacteriaDomain ArchaeaDomain Eukarya Kingdom Protista Kingdom Animalia Kingdom.
Invertebrates: Sponges. Invertebrates: Sponges phylum porifera Sponges are best described as aggregations of specialized cells Do not form true tissues.
Comparative Biodiversity SPONGES. 1) Classification2) Type of Symmetry 3) Tissue layers4) Body cavity5) Type of gut6) Skeleton7) Characteristics.
1. Come in, and QUIETLY have a seat. 2. Study Unit 1 Vocab- Quiz will be given in 5 minutes! 3. Once you Finish Quiz- bring folder and paper to front.
Phylum Porifera - Sponges Mostly marine, but include some freshwater inhabitants; usually found attached to the substratum in shallow or deep water. They.
Phylum Porifera Sponges. PHYLUM PORIFERA Sponges oldest of all animals few specialized cells sessile – can’t move.
By Albert Chen and Anne Ning a.k.a. “Pore bearers,” or sponges Campbell, Neil A., and.
Zoology Standard 1: Invertebrates. Warm-up List 5 characteristics of members of the Kingdom Animalia. List 5 characteristics of members of the Kingdom.
Animals Chapter 1 Species-a group of organisms that can mate with each other and produce offspring, who in turn can mate and reproduce. (Notes) animals.
Phylum Porifera Sponges. Phylum Porifera (“pore bearer”)- sponges Characteristics: Sponges are sessile (don’t move) Sponges grow in many sizes, shapes.
Sponges Phylum: Porifera. Why are Sponges in the Animal Kingdom? While sponges can’t move (sessile) most of the time, they are considered heterotrophs.
Chapter 9 Multicellular and Tissue Levels of Organization Phylum Porifera – The Sponges Zoology.
KINGDOM? Purple Tube Sponge ANIMALIA. PHYLUM? PORIFERA “Porifera” means? “Pore- bearer”
Porifera By Gianna & Anna. Porifera ▪ “Porifera”- a phylum of invertebrate animals comprising the sponges ▪ Live in all regions – Marine water ▪ Amebocyte-
End Show Slide 1 of 35 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Biology.
Introduction to Invertebrates 5 th Grade. Invertebrates Animals without backbones can have bilateral symmetry, radial symmetry and no symmetry Are part.
The Facts … Body symmetry- Asymmetrical Reproduction- Asexually and Sexually Movement- stationary Food- snags food from water which passes through them.
Kingdom Animalia. Review! ► Kingdom ► Phylum ► Class ► Order ► Family ► Genus ► Species.
End Show Slide 1 of 35 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall 26-2 Sponges.
Invertebrate Animals Sponges. I -PHYLUM PORIFERA – SPONGES “Pore-bearing animals” Variety of sponges at coral reef.
Animal Classification General characteristics: heterotrophs mobile – animals can perform rapid, complex movements multicellular cells that make up animals’
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