Unit 8 Invertebrates Review
Phylum for pore-bearers like sponges
Phylum for stinging cells organisms like jellyfish and corals
Phylum for flat worms like planarians and tapeworms
Phylum for round worms like pin, heart, and flaria
Phylum for segmented worms like leeches and earthworms
Phylum for soft bodied organisms like scallops, oysters, clams, octopus, squid and snails.
Phylum of organisms with exoskeleton made of chitin and jointed appendages like spiders, centipedes and insects
Phylum of spiny skin organisms like sea stars, sea urchins and sand dollars
eukaryotic no, cell walls
List four characteristics all animals have in common.
An animal with a body cavity partially lined with mesoderm is termed a _____.
The support structure for animals is called the _____.
Maintaining a stable internal environment is called _____________.
Budding is a type of ___________ reproduction.
During embryonic development, the hollow ball of cells of an embryo is called a ________________.
nervous, epithelial, muscle, connective
What are the four types of animal tissue?
What germ layer in an animal embryo gives rise to muscles, circulatory, reproductive and excretory systems?
Terrestrial invertebrates use mantle cavities, tracheal tubes and ________ as respiratory structures
Name an example of an invertebrate the has a body covering that allows for gas exchange?
Jellyfish have what type of symmetry?
Animals which strain plants and animals from the water are called ______________.
decaying plant and animal remains
Detritis feeders like mollusks feed on ______.
A ___________ circulatory system means the blood travels through vessels
Many insects like butterflies convert ammonia waste to uric acid in their _____________.
Fresh water flat worms like planarians use __________ to remove excess water from body fluids.
Arthropods grow by _______________.
Insects have ______________ eyes which detect colors and images.
Having both sex organs at the same time means the organism is a
_____________ undergo internal fertilization when sperm is taken into the body from the surrounding water.
Organisms with __________reproduction must have a stable environmental conditions
Egg, nymph (small adult-like), adult is an example of __________________.
The worm-like stage in complete metamorphosis is called _____________.
The union of an egg and sperm.
The process of a blastula folding inward creating three germ cell layers.
The outer layer of cells that makes sense organs, nerves and outer skin.
The inner layer of germ cells that make the gastro-intestinal tract and respiratory system.
Animals with no body cavity are called
Animals with a true body cavity are called
has top, bottom, left and right sides...example grasshopper