Exploring Biology in the Laboratory Ch 32
Echinoderms and Vertebrate Chordates
Terms in this set (14)
Where are the digestive glands located on a sea star?
On top of the arms
Be able to Identify this structure
Madreporite and Sieve plate
In echinoderms, water enters the water vascular system through the what?
How do Sea cumbers feed?
Trapping small organisms in mucus
The spiny skin for which echinoderms are named refers to their what?
Calcium rich endoskeleton
Water entering a starfish through the madreporite passes first into the what?
What are the only echinoderms that are fully sessile?
How do some sea stars digest bivalve mollusks?
In the mollusk shell
Sea urchins move about by using what?
Echinoderms and chordates are what?
The following groups are tetrapods.
Amphibians, birds and mammals
The notochord is most closely associated with the what?
These Do not have a vertebral column.
To what phylum does a sand dollar organism belong?
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