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UNIT 2 Sponges
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What type of feeding behavior do sponges exhibit?
The simplest canal systems are found in which group of sponges?
The flagellated collar cells that serve to create water flow and trap food particles are more properly called?
The needle-like structures are made up of Calcium Carbonate or Silicon Dioxide are called?
Sponges whose spicules are composed of Calcium Carbonate are classified in the Class?
Approximately how many species of sponge live in fresh water environments?
what is the hollow cavity in the center of the simplest sponge type known as?
The flat epidermal type cells that cover the surface of a sponge are known as?
The tiny incurrent pores which bring water into the sponge are called?
The radially symmetrical, deep sea glass sponges which have six-rayed siliceous spicules are in the Class?
If they exhibit symmetry, what type do sponges have?
What is the term for the sponges which contain radial canals of collar cells?
Ameboid cells that move about the mesohyl and carry out a variety of functions are called?
Asexual reproduction is carried out by he process of?
95% of all sponges are in which class?
The nonmotile characteristic sponges exhibit in adult forms is known as being what?
The large openings at the top of a sponge is known as the what?
Specific Ameboid cells that secrete spongin are called?
Internal buds formed in freshwater sponges and some marine forms during periods of freezing or drought are called?
Sponges that have siliceous spicules that are not six-rayed are in the Class?
What is the fibrillar protein which, along with spicules, make up the skeleton of sponges?
The largest size is attained by sponges with flagellated chambers of collar cells. What are these sponges called?
Sponge cells are loosely arranged in a gelatinous matrix called?
Sponges that reproduce sexually, and have both male and female sex cells in one individual are said to be?
Small sponges that live in the dark shaded crevices of coral reefs and caves are in the subclass?
The flat cells that cover the surface of a sponge's body are called?
Sponges are considered to be?
Multicellular single organisms
The larger openings that carry out water out of the sponge are called?
The largest sponges have a canal system that contains flagellated chambers of collar cells. This body type is known as?
The simplest type of canal system in sponges is the?
The ameboid cells that are responsible for digestion and cellular transport are called?
Which of the following is the type of sponge that has calcium carbonate spicules?
Syconoid sponges contain their choanocytes within what passageways?
Sponges have either no symmetry or?
The specific protein that is found throughout the animal kingdom, and is the major protein found in sponges is?
Openings into all forms of sponges are called?
The gelatinous matrix that contains loosely arranged sponge cells is the?
The sponge spicules of the Class Hexactinellida are made of?
Specialized collar cells that create water flow and carry out phagocytosis are called?
The tiny needle-like structures that make up the skeletal structure of a sponge are called?
What phylum do Snails belong to?
We can tell that cetaceans are mammals because they:
What are the subphylums of Phylum Chordata
Understand the importance of photosynthetic and heterotrophic bacteria and their role in the Microbial Loop; Explain briefly what the microbial loop is and its importance in recycling material in the ocean.
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