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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?