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Marine Biology Phylums (invertebrates)
Porifera
Cnidarians
Platyhelminthes
Namertea
Collar cells , Sponges... Asymmetric animals=
Nematocysts Jellyfishes sea anemones corals ... A group of organ…
Flatworms Turbellariana Flattened body ... Bilateral Symmetr
Ribbon worms, long proboscis
Porifera
Collar cells , Sponges... Asymmetric animals=
Cnidarians
Nematocysts Jellyfishes sea anemones corals ... A group of organ…
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Marine Biology: Marine Invertebrates
Invertebrates
what percentage of animals are inverte…
General Characteristics of Animals
types of symmetry
animals with no backbone
97%
eukaryotic, multicellular with at least a tissue level organi…
radial (equal parts radiate out from central point), bilatera…
Invertebrates
animals with no backbone
what percentage of animals are inverte…
97%
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Marine Biology Invertebrates
radula
radial symmetry
gastropod
nematocyst
toothed tongue of mollusks
symmetry based on a circle
marine snails with shells made from their mantle
the weapon of choice for hunting cnidarians
radula
toothed tongue of mollusks
radial symmetry
symmetry based on a circle
80 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 1 Marine Invertebrates
Animalia
heterotroph
vertebrate
invertebrate
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
an organism that cannot make its own food.
an animal that has a backbone
an animal that does not have a backbone
Animalia
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food.
37 terms
Marine Biology, Invertebrates Part 1
Porifera
Hexactinallida
Demospongiae
Osculum
Phylum of Invertebrates, Sponges
Class of Porifera, Venus Flower Basket, glass sponge
Class of Porifera, Have a main cavity of Osculum and tiny por…
opening where water flows out in porifera (sponges)
Porifera
Phylum of Invertebrates, Sponges
Hexactinallida
Class of Porifera, Venus Flower Basket, glass sponge
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Marine Biology Phylums (invertebrates)
Porifera
Cnidarians
Platyhelminthes
Nemertea
Collar cells , Sponges... Asymmetric animals=
Nematocysts Jellyfishes sea anemones corals ... A group of organ…
Flatworms Turbellariana Flattened body ... Bilateral Symmetr
Ribbon worms, long proboscis
Porifera
Collar cells , Sponges... Asymmetric animals=
Cnidarians
Nematocysts Jellyfishes sea anemones corals ... A group of organ…
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Wayzata Marine Biology Invertebrates
Porifera/Sponges
Sessile
Ostia
Choanocytes
Phylum that is asymmetrical w/ no true tissues/organs... mostly…
tendency to grow on top of rocks or other surfaces
Water ENTRANCE in a sponge
collar cells that line interior of the body; flagella create…
Porifera/Sponges
Phylum that is asymmetrical w/ no true tissues/organs... mostly…
Sessile
tendency to grow on top of rocks or other surfaces
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Marine Biology Invertebrates
Sponges often have a rigid structure d…
An animal's early, free-living stage i…
Animals that strain tiny food from the…
Water is pumped out of a protozoan by…
Spicules
Larva
filter-feeders
contractile vacuole
Sponges often have a rigid structure d…
Spicules
An animal's early, free-living stage i…
Larva
Marine Biology Invertebrate Biodiversity
Parazoa
Metazoa
Echinoderms: 6 Groups
Water Vascular System
No true tissues, sponges.
True tissues, all other animals.
Asteroidea (Sea Stars)... Echinoidea (Sea Urchins)... Holothuroidea…
It manipulates tube feet that are controlled by muscular pres…
Parazoa
No true tissues, sponges.
Metazoa
True tissues, all other animals.
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Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 2 Marine Invertebrates
Echinodermata
Mollusca
Chaetognatha
Hemichordata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
"bristle toothed," phylum that includes arrow worms
"half corded," phylum that includes acorn worms
Echinodermata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
Mollusca
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
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Marine Biology Marine Invertebrates I
Invertebrates
Vertebrates
Osculum
Amoebocytes
Animals that do not possess a backbone.
Animals that possess a backbone.
A large opening on a sponge through which filtered water is e…
Cells within a sponge that produce its skeletal structure, pr…
Invertebrates
Animals that do not possess a backbone.
Vertebrates
Animals that possess a backbone.
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Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 1 Marine Invertebrates
Animalia
heterotroph
vertebrate
invertebrate
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
an organism that cannot make its own food.
an animal that has a backbone
an animal that does not have a backbone
Animalia
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food.
36 terms
Invertebrates ( Marine Biology )
characteristics of kingdom Animalia
Definition of an invertebrate
Detritivores
Parasites
Heterotrophic , Multicellular, Eukaryote
lacking a backbone
feeds on dead and decomposing organic matter
lives of another organism by taking the organisms nutrients
characteristics of kingdom Animalia
Heterotrophic , Multicellular, Eukaryote
Definition of an invertebrate
lacking a backbone
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marine biology "invertebrates"
amoebocytes
bilateral symmetry
carapace
cerata
mobile cells in sponges that pick up and distribute nutrients…
symmetry along a vertical axis, seen in mammals, fish, and re…
a hard surface on an animal for protection.
organ or nudibranch back that functions as a gill and as a de…
amoebocytes
mobile cells in sponges that pick up and distribute nutrients…
bilateral symmetry
symmetry along a vertical axis, seen in mammals, fish, and re…
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Marine Biology Invertebrates
Nerve Ring
Aristotle's Lantern
Tube Feet
Ampullae
central ring that all nerves branch off of
the round hole that acts as a mouth with 5 small teeth
small appendages that use water to help them move
control the tube feet
Nerve Ring
central ring that all nerves branch off of
Aristotle's Lantern
the round hole that acts as a mouth with 5 small teeth
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Marine Invertebrate Biology Comps
Global climate is moderated by what ch…
What are advantages to having a coelom?
Infaunal
What type of relationship exists betwe…
high specific heat
1. internal space for organs... 2. distribution of oxygen and nu…
organisms that live beneath the surface of the sediment
a mutualistic symbiosis
Global climate is moderated by what ch…
high specific heat
What are advantages to having a coelom?
1. internal space for organs... 2. distribution of oxygen and nu…
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Marine Biology: invertebrates
Are animals multivellular or unicellul…
How sets of chromosomes do animals have?
Are animals heterotrophic or autotroph…
What kind of respiration do animals go…
Multicellular
2 they are diploid organisms
Heterotrophic: they eat food
Aerobic respiration (require oxygen)
Are animals multivellular or unicellul…
Multicellular
How sets of chromosomes do animals have?
2 they are diploid organisms
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Marine Biology- Classification of Invertebrates
What are the 8 phylums?
What is an example of porifera?
What did porifera evolve from?
How do porifera feed?
1. Porifera... 2. Cnidarians... 3. Platyhelmenthes... 4. Nematodes... 5.…
Sponges
Dinoflagellates
They filter through pores using dinoflagellates like colar ce…
What are the 8 phylums?
1. Porifera... 2. Cnidarians... 3. Platyhelmenthes... 4. Nematodes... 5.…
What is an example of porifera?
Sponges
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Marine Biology Chapter 7: Invertebrates
animals without a backbone
animals with a backbone
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
invertebrates
vertebrates
equal parts radiate out from a central point
organism can be divided into right and left halves that are m…
animals without a backbone
invertebrates
animals with a backbone
vertebrates
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Marine Biology-Invertebrate Test
1.Porifera
2.Cnidarians (polyp)
2.Cnidarians (medusa)
3.Helminthes (platyhelminthes)
sponge,pores-collar cell, cell, cell, no, spicule, filter, at…
coral,stinging cells,tissues,incomplete,radial,reef,photosynt…
jellyfish,stinging cells,tissues,incomplete,radial,none,suspe…
flat worms, 1st bilateral,organs,incomplete,bilateral,none,pa…
1.Porifera
sponge,pores-collar cell, cell, cell, no, spicule, filter, at…
2.Cnidarians (polyp)
coral,stinging cells,tissues,incomplete,radial,reef,photosynt…
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Stark Marine Biology - Plants and Invertebrates
Padina
Sargassum
Stypopodium
Turbinaria
brown algae
brown algae
brown algae
brown algae
Padina
brown algae
Sargassum
brown algae
61 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 2 Marine Invertebrates
Echinodermata
Mollusca
Chaetognatha
Hemichordata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
"bristle toothed," phylum that includes arrow worms
"half corded," phylum that includes acorn worms
Echinodermata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
Mollusca
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
61 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 2 Marine Invertebrates
Echinodermata
Mollusca
Chaetognatha
Hemichordata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
"bristle toothed," phylum that includes arrow worms
"half corded," phylum that includes acorn worms
Echinodermata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
Mollusca
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
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Marine Invertebrates
How does a cnidocyte function?
How do sponges get their food?
What part of the sponge is responsible…
Define what it means to be "sessile"
It uncoils and discharges in milliseconds then stings predato…
Filter feeding
Amoebocyte
non-moving
How does a cnidocyte function?
It uncoils and discharges in milliseconds then stings predato…
How do sponges get their food?
Filter feeding
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chapter 7 marine biology invertebrates
Annelida
Arthropoda
Asteroidea
Bilateral Symmetry
any segmented worm, including the earthworms, leeches, and va…
invertebrates that have joined appendages and a chitinous, se…
class comprising the starfishes
the arrangement of body part in such way that there are only…
Annelida
any segmented worm, including the earthworms, leeches, and va…
Arthropoda
invertebrates that have joined appendages and a chitinous, se…
70 terms
Marine Biology: Chpt 7 Invertebrates
Sponges Phylum
Sponges level of organization
Porocyte
collar cell
Porifera
Cellular
flat cells that expel water and remove sediment and blockage
flagella that help move water and trap food in sponge
Sponges Phylum
Porifera
Sponges level of organization
Cellular
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Marine Biology Birds, Invertebrates, Plants
Plankton
Protozoan Plankton Feeding
What protozoan plankton has flagella?
What protozoan plankton has cilia?
Animals that move with the water current
They feed using Pseudopodia; temporary retraction of cytoplasm
heterotrophic nanoflagellates
cilliates
Plankton
Animals that move with the water current
Protozoan Plankton Feeding
They feed using Pseudopodia; temporary retraction of cytoplasm
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Marine Biology Exam #1- Invertebrates
Porifera
Ostia
Body plan of sponges
Choanocytes
(sponges)... -all sponges are sessile (attactched), some are enc…
-tiny pores on sponges that allow water to pass through for f…
-asymmetrical with NO tissues or organs.... - formed of colonies…
-type of sponge cells (collar cells)... -line interior canals... -h…
Porifera
(sponges)... -all sponges are sessile (attactched), some are enc…
Ostia
-tiny pores on sponges that allow water to pass through for f…
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Marine Biology Invertebrates Quiz #5
Water enters a sponge through pore cel…
Sponges move the filtered water out of…
Larger sponges may have a network of c…
Sponges have a web-like skeleton of el…
Collar
Osculum
Spicules
Spongin
Water enters a sponge through pore cel…
Collar
Sponges move the filtered water out of…
Osculum
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Marine Biology: Invertebrates and Coral Seas
Define an invertebrate.
Name the simplest invertebrate and tel…
How do sponges contribute to the envir…
Why are sea squirts important?
...
...
...
...
Define an invertebrate.
...
Name the simplest invertebrate and tel…
...
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Marine Invertebrate Biology Lab Practical
Eastern Oyster... Crassostrea virginica... P…
Blue Crab... Callinectes sapidus... Phylum A…
Atlantic Slipper Snail... Crepidula forin…
Crown Conch... Melongena corona... Phylum Mo…
Eastern Oyster... Crassostrea virginica... P…
Blue Crab... Callinectes sapidus... Phylum A…
143 terms
Marine Invertebrates
Phylum Annelida
Errant Polychaetes
Sedentary Polychaetes
"Family" Nereididae
Triploblastic, coelomate, bilateral symmetry... Vermiform
Well developed parapodia... Active through swimming, crawling, a…
Parapodia often greatly reduced... Threadlike tentacles/feathery…
Phylum Annelida (Errantia)... 2 lg. plump palps... 4 pairs of tenta…
Phylum Annelida
Triploblastic, coelomate, bilateral symmetry... Vermiform
Errant Polychaetes
Well developed parapodia... Active through swimming, crawling, a…
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Marine Invertebrates
Octopus Vulgaris ... Family= Octopidae
Sepioteuthis Sepioidea ... Family= Lolig…
Lobatus Gigas... Family= Strombidae
Oreaster reticulatus ... Family= Oreastr…
Octopus Vulgaris ... Family= Octopidae
Sepioteuthis Sepioidea ... Family= Lolig…
89 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 1 Marine Invertebrates
Animalia
heterotroph
vertebrate
invertebrate
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
an organism that cannot make its own food.
an animal that has a backbone
an animal that does not have a backbone
Animalia
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food.
90 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 1 Marine Invertebrates
Animalia
heterotroph
vertebrate
invertebrate
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
an organism that cannot make its own food.
an animal that has a backbone
an animal that does not have a backbone
Animalia
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food.
90 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 1 Marine Invertebrates
Animalia
heterotroph
vertebrate
invertebrate
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
an organism that cannot make its own food.
an animal that has a backbone
an animal that does not have a backbone
Animalia
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food.
71 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 1 Marine Invertebrates
Animalia
heterotroph
vertebrate
invertebrate
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
an organism that cannot make its own food.
an animal that has a backbone
an animal that does not have a backbone
Animalia
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food.
61 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 7 Part 2 Marine Invertebrates
Echinodermata
Mollusca
Chaetognatha
Hemichordata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
"bristle toothed," phylum that includes arrow worms
"half corded," phylum that includes acorn worms
Echinodermata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
Mollusca
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
99 terms
Marine Invertebrates
Porifera
Body Forms of Porifera
Porifera (body terms)
Cnidaria
1. phylum, sponges... 2. benthic... 3. eat plankton and organic mat…
asconoid, synconoid, leuconoid
1. atrium... 2. osculum... 3. porocytes... 4. choanocytes/collar cells…
1. phylum... 2. jellies, coral, anemone... 3. benthic or pelagic... -…
Porifera
1. phylum, sponges... 2. benthic... 3. eat plankton and organic mat…
Body Forms of Porifera
asconoid, synconoid, leuconoid
90 terms
Marine Biology 222 Chapter 7 Part 1 Marine Invertebrates
Animalia
heterotroph
vertebrate
invertebrate
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
an organism that cannot make its own food.
an animal that has a backbone
an animal that does not have a backbone
Animalia
kingdom including heterotrophic, multicellular organisms, mos…
heterotroph
an organism that cannot make its own food.
61 terms
Marine Biology 222 Chapter 7 Part 2 Marine Invertebrates
Echinodermata
Mollusca
Chaetognatha
Hemichordata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
"bristle toothed," phylum that includes arrow worms
"half corded," phylum that includes acorn worms
Echinodermata
"spiny skinned," phylum that includes sea stars, sea urchins,…
Mollusca
"soft ones," phylum that includes gastropods, bivalves, cepha…
83 terms
Marine Bio: Marine Invertebrates
Porifera
Cnidaria
Ctenophora
Flat Worms
sponges... A- not more advanced than anything *multicellular, fu…
jellyfish... A- have tissues... MC- nomaticist... ex. jellyfish, coral
comb jellies... A- none ... MC- 8 rows of cilia... ex. comb jelly
A- have simple organs/organ systems... MC- dorsoventrally flat... e…
Porifera
sponges... A- not more advanced than anything *multicellular, fu…
Cnidaria
jellyfish... A- have tissues... MC- nomaticist... ex. jellyfish, coral
34 terms
Marine Invertebrates
nonmoving, sessile, no nerves/muscles,…
in spongers water enters through the _…
mobile cell that transports food parti…
part of sponge that provides structure
sponges (Phylum porifera)
porocytes, osculum
amoebocyte
spicules
nonmoving, sessile, no nerves/muscles,…
sponges (Phylum porifera)
in spongers water enters through the _…
porocytes, osculum
43 terms
Marine Invertebrates
Pagarus acadianus
Homerus americanus
Pagarus pollicarus
Cancer borealis
Pagarus acadianus
Homerus americanus
25 terms
Marine Invertebrates
invertebrates percentage
Major Categories of invertebrates
Sponges
porocytes
97%
-sponges... -cnidarians
simplest animals... -lack true tissue or ograns... -sessile (attach…
tube like pore cells, allows water to enter sponge's body (sp…
invertebrates percentage
97%
Major Categories of invertebrates
-sponges... -cnidarians
Marine invertebrates
teated sea cucumber
pale rock-boring urchin
collector sea urchin
rice coral
teated sea cucumber
pale rock-boring urchin
29 terms
Marine Invertebrates
Porifera
Cnidaria
Sessile
Osculum
A phylum encompassing Sponges.
A phylum of animals that are jellyfish, anemones, and coral.
Describes an organism that remains attached to a surface for…
A large opening on a sponge through which filtered water is e…
Porifera
A phylum encompassing Sponges.
Cnidaria
A phylum of animals that are jellyfish, anemones, and coral.
Marine Invertebrates
Neptune Grass
Dead Neptune Grass
Sea Tomato
Snake Lock Anemone
algae. endemic species (native). slow growing bc it is vascul…
important to keep around: habitat for worms, nutrients for pr…
Phylum Cnidaria. Anemone in Polyp stage. lives in an "interti…
Phylum Cnidaria. Anemone. found in impacted areas, common in…
Neptune Grass
algae. endemic species (native). slow growing bc it is vascul…
Dead Neptune Grass
important to keep around: habitat for worms, nutrients for pr…
41 terms
marine invertebrates
Acoelomate
coelomate
pseudocoelomate
Radial symmetry
Acoelomates , lack a fluid filled body cavity completely line…
Coelomates possess a fluid filled body cavity/true coelome, w…
-the fluid filled body cavity only partly lined by mesoderm... -…
No right or left side ... No anterior or posterior
Acoelomate
Acoelomates , lack a fluid filled body cavity completely line…
coelomate
Coelomates possess a fluid filled body cavity/true coelome, w…
34 terms
Marine Invertebrates
Sponges
Sessile
Suspension (Feeders)
Filter (Feeders)
Belong to phylum PORIFERA. Aggregations of specialized cells…
Living permanently attached to the bottom or some other surface
Animals that eat food particles suspended in the water
Feeding on organisms in the water by filtering (it) through
Sponges
Belong to phylum PORIFERA. Aggregations of specialized cells…
Sessile
Living permanently attached to the bottom or some other surface
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