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Sponges Porifera By: Shayna Dicker, Hannah Duminske, John Mark Miller, and Isaac Bianco
Most live in salt water Some live in fresh water rivers, lakes, and streams Where do they live?
Babies swim through the water with flagella Some adults get moved by being washed away by waves Adults never move; they are sessile How do they move?
Has many body openings called pores & one central cavity Number & Names of body openings
Asymmetrical Type of symmetry
Saltwater sponges - red, orange, yellow, or blue Freshwater sponges - dull brown or green Body
Extract food from water, pulled through its pores Diet consists of bacteria, protists, algae, and other materials How and what they eat?
Extract oxygen from the water through pores How they get oxygen
Release sperm into water Sperm floats until they are drawn into another sponge Will also use asexual reproduction (regeneration) Reproduction
Sponges Phylum: Porifera. Why are Sponges in the Animal Kingdom? While sponges can’t move (sessile) most of the time, they are considered heterotrophs.
Sponges - Origin of Sponges Fossil evidence shows that sponges appeared on Earth about 600 million years ago. Many scientists have concluded that sponges.
The Sponges. General Characteristics Porifera means “full of holes” Sponges are the simplest of animals Live in both freshwater and saltwater.
The Wonderful World of Sponges. Sponge Structure ● The bodies of many sponges are only 2 layers thick ● Their bodies are covered in many small pores (holes)
Comparing Invertebrates. Metazoans Also known as Kingdom Animalia –Multi-cellular –Develop from embryos –Divided into two groups based on the presence.
Life Science Chapter 13 Animals Porifera Cnidarians Flatworms Roundworms.
Sponges – Phylum Porifera (Pore-bearing) Section 28.1.
Sponges Chapter 9 Section3. Sponges Live all over the world (oceans, freshwater rivers and lakes)
Phylum Porifera Sponges. PHYLUM PORIFERA Sponges oldest of all animals few specialized cells sessile – can’t move.
What is a sponge? Sponges are asymmetrical aquatic animals that have a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes.
CNIDARIA Domain:Eukaryota Kingdom:Animalia Phylum:Cnidaria.
Aquatic Ecosystems. Freshwater Ecosystems Streams Rivers Ponds and lakes.
Invertebrates An invertebrate is a member of the Animal Kingdom without a backbone.
Invertebrate Notes. Sponges- Porifera “Pore Bearer” Show examples Evolutionary sideline - alone. Simple multicellular animals lacking true tissues.
Vocabulary Porifera = "pore-bearing”; eat, excrete, & reproduce through pores ostia = pores for water to enter osculum = pores for water to exit.
Animal Phyla: Porifera & Cnidaria. Phylum Porifera (Sponges) Porifera means “__________________” Porifera means “__________________” Their bodies are.
Ch. 35 Porifera Invertebrates Animals without a backbone 97% of all species Simplest is sponge.
SPONGES PHYLUM PORIFERA. Major Characteristics of the Phylum Porifera Sponges are: asymmetrical multicellular sessile Heterotrophic eukaryotic No.
The simplest animal Invertebrates No symmetry Live in water all over the world Depend on water for food, oxygen, and reproduction.
Introduction to Invertebrates 5 th Grade. Invertebrates Animals without backbones can have bilateral symmetry, radial symmetry and no symmetry Are part.
By: Luke D'Amato. What Do Sponges Look Like? 1/25”-4’ Asymmetrical and symmetrical Water enters by incurrent leaves by osculum Get’s it color by food.
Sponges Phylum Porifera. Phylum Porifera – Pore Bearers Water flow Choanocyte Spicule Pore cell Pore Epidermal cell Archaeocyte Osculum Central cavity.
There are 900 species in this group - mostly marine. Below are several examples. Yellow sponge Vase sponge Tube sponge.
Sponges (Phylum Porifera) and Cnidarians By: Brie Clark.
Phylum Porifera. Sessile: DO NOT MOVE! Stay in one place (rock or shell) Sponges HAVE NO specialized tissues, organs, or symmetry Live in shallow.
Phylum Porifera The “Pore Bearers” Phylum Porifera : The Sponges A few examples Yellow Tube Sponge Stovepipe Sponges Red Volcano Sponge.
Chapter 12: Introduction to Animals. Aim: What are the characteristics of all animals?
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.
Volvox Colonies and Similarity to the Development Of A Sponge.
Porifera common name: Sponges Domain: Eukarya Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Porifera The organisms in the phylum Porifera can be further divided into four.
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McKenna Duchess & Mary White. Diversity There are 9,000 different species of sponges. They are diverse in shape, size, and color. Some consist of a single.
Sponges and Cnidarians Chapter 12 Section 2 Introduction to Animals Student Composed Notes.
Our habitat is the pond. A pond is a small area of still fresh water. Ponds are like small worlds. It smells very bad. It doesn't take up much space.
Animal Phyla: Porifera & Cnidaria. Phylum Porifera (Sponges) Porifera means “pore-bearing” Porifera means “pore-bearing” Their bodies are perforated with.
Phylum Porifera- Sponges. Among the most ancient animals Mostly marine but some fresh water Porifera- literally means “pore bearer”, which is appropriate.
Sponges and Cnidarians Uncovering the Truth. Sponges They live in aquatic areas and environment. There are over 5,000 species. They obtain food particles.
Bacteria to Plants Chapter 3 Protists to Fungi Section 2 Algal Blooms Key Concepts: 1.What are the causes and effects of saltwater and freshwater algal.
5/7/14 Objective: Invertebrates Do Now: What kingdom are invertebrates in?
Sponges & Cnidarian. Sponges Invertebrates - animals without back bones. Invertebrates - animals without back bones. Simplest of the multicellular animals.
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.
Sponges and Cnidarians Animals unit. Mostly live in oceans, but also in freshwater rivers and lakes Adult sponges are attached to hard surfaces underwater.
Sponges More then just a cartoon with square pants. Emily Wright.
Worms, Cnidarians, and Sponges Review Sheet Answers.
Marine Invertebrates (Sponges and Rotifers). Sponges 1.Sponges are multi-cellular, and come in many sizes, colors, and shapes. 2.Sponges have few specialized.
Protists, Algae, & Fungi. Plantlike Protists Have you ever seen seaweed at the beach ? Most commonly called algae Algae: plant-like protists, are autotrophs.
SPONGES AND CNIDARIANS. Sponges Phylum Porifera “Pore bearing”
By: Joseph Chi and Taha Ali. Number of germ layers It has one central cavity called the spongocoel. However, it has no tissues/germ layers.
Phylum Porifera: The Sponges Do Now:. Sponge Basics Sponges are filter feeders that get their food (mostly unicellular organisms) and oxygen by filtering.
Daily Activity Get out your notebooks and be prepared to take notes on Cnidaria.
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