Honors Biology Study Guide: Chapter 24 Intro to Animals, Porifera and Cniadria

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Heterotrophic

An animal is

Multicellular and Eukaryotic

An animal is also

True

All animals lack cell walls

Sessile

Can not move

dorsal

Top side

Ventral

Bottom side

Anterior

Front

Posterior

Back

Radial

Type of symmetry that jellyfish have

Porifera

Phylum that sponges belong to

Producers

Cnidarians are

Jellyfish, Sea Anemone , coral

3 Cnidarians

Medusa

Stage of Cnidarian, sort of like jellyfish

Polyp

Stage of Cnidarian, tentacles sticking up (sea anemone)

Radial symmetry

the type of symmetry for Cnidarians

Cnidaria

Phylum for Jellyfish

Porifera

Phylum for Sponge

Cnidaria

Phylum for Coral

Cnidaria

Phylum for Sea anemone

Carnivores

Cnidarians are

Nematocyst

Stinging Cells

Choanocyte

flagellum-makes water move

Osculum

Hale in sponge

Spicules

Skeleton of the sponge

tentacles of cnidarians

where a nematocyst would be found

2 types of polyps in a hydrozoan

feeding and reproductive

Filter feeder

How do sponges feed?

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