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The body plan (symmetry) of a sponge. Porifera 100
One of the structural supports in a sponge. Porifera 200
Cells that trap food. Porifera 300
Cells that make structural supports. Porifera 400
Phrase that describes the sponge strategy for sexual reproduction Porifera 500
Type of symmetry. Ctenophora and Cnidaria 100
Characteristic that all cnidarians share and are named for. Ctenophora and Cnidaria 200
One of two classes of cnidarians that are considered to be true jellies. Ctenophora and Cnidaria 300
Characteristic unique to ctenophores that helps them move. Ctenophora and Cnidaria 400
Class of cnidarians that exist only as a polyp. Ctenophora and Cnidaria 500
Phylum of worms in which a central nervous system first appeared in the evolutionary history of animals. Worms 100
Free-swimming flatworms known for their beautiful colors. Worms 200
Phylum of worms known for having a long proboscis for catching prey. Worms 300
Phylum of worms that show segmentation of body parts. Worms 400
Group of annelid worms that includes Christmas tree and feather duster worms. Worms 500
Part of a mollusc that makes the shell. Molluscs 100
Class of molluscs with two shells. Molluscs 200
Structure in the mouth with serrated edges. Molluscs 300
Structure used for jet propulsion in cephalopods and for feeding in bivalves. Molluscs 400
Structure used for moving in gastropods and some bivalves. Molluscs 500
Colonial anthozoans. Cnidaria 200
Type of dinoflagellate that lives inside corals. Cnidaria 400
Colonial floating hydra that is often confused with a true jellyfish. Cnidaria 600
Life stage of true jellies which produces egg and sperm. Cnidaria 800
Name of the innermost layer of tissue. Cnidaria 1000
Periwinkles use their radula to do this. Gastropods and Bivalves 200
These types of bivalves are the only ones that can swim. Gastropods and Bivalves 400
One of two local snails that uses the radula for drilling into the shells of other molluscs. Gastropods and Bivalves 600
Type of bivalve that forms reef structures. Gastropods and Bivalves 800
Gastropods without shells. Gastropods and Bivalves 1000
Arms and tentacles are modified versions of this structure. Cephalopods 200
Type of cephalopods with an external shell. Cephalopods 400
Pigment cells used for camouflage. Cephalopods 600
Structure in a squid that is the remnant of a shell. Cephalopods 800
The ability of an octopus to fit through a given space is dependent on the size of this structure. Cephalopods 1000
An organism that has both male and female reproductive organs. Vocabulary 200
Type of reproduction in which an organism ejects mass quantities of eggs and or sperm into the water. Vocabulary 400
The word we use to describe organisms that must consume other organisms in order to obtain energy. Vocabulary 600
All animals are made of this type of cell. Vocabulary 800
This is the term we use to describe an organism that does not move when it is an adult. Vocabulary 1000
Final jeopardy category Cephalopods
The shell remnant in a cuttlefish.
Chapter 29: Mollusks and Annelids What is a mollusk? What is an annelid?
Figure CO 7. Simple, multicellular animals No organs or true tissues Asymmetrical Filter feeders.
Phylum Cnidaria Pages CNIDARIANS- “STINGING CELLS” SEA JELLIES SEA ANEMONES CORALS HYDRA.
Sponges, Cnidarians, and Ctenophores Chapter 33 Table of Contents Section 1 Porifera Section 2 Cnidaria and Ctenophora.
Animals Chapter 2 Sponges, Cnidarians, and Worms Sections 1 and 2.
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Phylum Cnidaria Jellyfish, Corals, and Sea Anemones.
Phylum Cnidaria. Phylum Cnidaria jellyfish, hydras, sea anemones, corals carnivorous radial symmetry have stinging cells called cnidocytes which contain.
Ch. 25 & Sponges & Cnidarians Flatworms & Roundworms Animal Characteristics Vocabulary
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ANIMAL PHYLA. ANIMALS Eukaryotic Multicellular No cell wall No chloroplasts Lysosomes, centrioles Heterotrophic.
Classifying Animals Objective 4.1. Characteristics of Animals 1.Multi-cellular 2.Require oxygen 3.Consume other organisms for food 4.Able to move at some.
The Animal Kingdom Heterotrophic by ingestion Motile; behaviorally complex No cell walls Structure based on extracellular proteins, especially collagen.
Mollusks. Mollusks Include the following Snails, slugs, oysters, clams, scallops, octopi, and squid Second larges phylum in animal kingdom More.
This is. Jeopardy Life Science What is an Animal? Animal Symmetry SpongesCnidariansWorms Capture the Chapter r Jeopardy.
Characteristics of Principle Animal Phyla. Porifera The phylum Porifera includes the sponges Sponges are the simplest of all animals Sponges lack true.
Sponges (Phylum Porifera) and Cnidarians By: Brie Clark.
Life Science Jeopardy Animals Arthro- pods Verte- brates Name That Phylum Wild- Card
Phylum Cnidaria. Do Now Observe the sea anemone and jelly fish. Write down characteristics you see or any you already know of.
Have tentacles with nematocysts near mouth. Nematocysts are stinging cells Cnidaria is Greek for “stinging cell” Examples: jellyfish, sea anemone,
Each animal phylum has a unique body plan. Vertebrates have an internal segmented backbone. Invertebrates do not have a backbone. Invertebrates encompass.
Objective 4.1 Book 200 point Project Grade 7 th grade science Denton Middle School Ms. Hutchens.
The Invertebrates Chapter 12A Introduction to the Animal Kingdom.
How many lines of symmetry?. Fertilized egg Zygote is one diploid cell made by the fusion of the sperm and egg. In humans this is internal fertilization.
What do you think when you hear the word Animal? A dog or cat maybe But what about an animal like this one?
MR. FAIA 4/24/15 6 TH GRADE SCIENCE Mollusks. What are Mollusks? Mollusks are: Invertebrates Have soft bodies Unsegmented bodies Often have shells.
Invertebrates: Sponges and Cnidarians. Sponges: Phylum Porifera means- pore bearer Simplest of all animals Assymetrical animals that live in shallow waters.
ANIMAL KINGDOM. INVERTEBRATE ANIMALS Occupy all terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems 34 phyla We will be studying: 1.Sponges and Cnidarians 2.Worms 3.Molluscs.
Kingdom Animalia INVERTEBRATES: NO BACK BONE Sponges Cnidarians Flatworms Roundworms Mollusks.
Animal Notes III-Mollusks and Review I. Mollusks (Phylum Mollusca) Soft-bodied animals Most are covered by a hard shell (others not) Have a head, foot,
MOLLUSKS: Section 27 – 1 Section 27 – 1 Slugs, snails, and animal that once lived in shells in the ocean or on the beach. Slugs, snails, and animal that.
Chapter 11: INVERTEBRATES Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved.
Invertebrates 1. Invertebrates have no ______________ 2. They make up ______% of the animal kingdom. 3. There are ______ groups 3. They are _________cellular.
The Invertebrates Animals are multicelled heterotrophs that move about for at least part of their life cycle Animals develop in a series of stages –Ectoderm,
Phylum Cnidaria stinging-celled animals Jellyfishes, corals, anemones Radial symmetry Two tissue layers with inner mesoglea Primitive nerve net but no.
Animals AP Review. List and describe the 3 groups of mollusks. Bivalves: hinged shells, clams, scallops Cephalopods: have tentacles, squid, octopus Gastropods:
Phylum: Mollusca Mollusks are soft-bodied animals that usually have an internal or external shell.
Cnidarians Jellies, Anemones, Corals
Sponges Chapter 9 Section3. Sponges Live all over the world (oceans, freshwater rivers and lakes)
Wake-up 1.Explain the difference between one and two way digestion. 1.What is an example of an animal in the phylum Porifera? THINK about what it sounds.
BIOLOGY 112 SPONGES AND CNIDARIANS. SPONGES Phylum Porifera Multicellular and heterotrophic No cell wall and few specialized cells Live their entire life.
Phylum Porifera: Sponges have specialized cells but no tissues; no symmetry –Sponges are the most primitive animals on Earth 570 million year old fossils.
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Invertebrates Chapter 28. Sponges (Phylum Porifera) Body is made of pores that water enters through. Has a large opening where water leaves. Sponges.
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