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17 terms
Biology Cnidaria
Cnidaria phyla
evolutionary changes = milestone
specialization = milestone
intercellular communication
jellyfish, sea anemones, coral and hydra
symmetry is RADIAL ( 2 equal parts are the same)
tissue organization = digestion in a GUT cavity... cells act tog…
first nerve cells = tentacles move coordination... not randomly
Cnidaria phyla
jellyfish, sea anemones, coral and hydra
evolutionary changes = milestone
symmetry is RADIAL ( 2 equal parts are the same)
32 terms
Honors Biology II - Cnidaria
jellyfish phylum
general characteristics of Cnidaria
symmetry for Porifora
symmetry for humans
cnidaria
soft-bodied, aquatic (mostly marine), radial symmetry, stingi…
asymmetry
bilateral
jellyfish phylum
cnidaria
general characteristics of Cnidaria
soft-bodied, aquatic (mostly marine), radial symmetry, stingi…
15 terms
Biology Exam: Porifera and Cnidaria
Most sponges are ___producing both spe…
Using cytoplasmic streaming and diffus…
Which germ layer produces the muscles,…
This turtle exhibits which type of sym…
Hermaphrodites
Ameobocyte
Mesoderm
bilateral
Most sponges are ___producing both spe…
Hermaphrodites
Using cytoplasmic streaming and diffus…
Ameobocyte
30 terms
Biology: Phylum Cnidaria
What are 3 examples for the Phylum Cni…
What are the 2 possible body structures?
What is the epidermis?
What is the mesoglea?
Jellyfish, coral, and hydra.
polyp (stationary) and medusa (moves)
the outer skin layer, protective layer
Jelly-like substance, holds things together
What are 3 examples for the Phylum Cni…
Jellyfish, coral, and hydra.
What are the 2 possible body structures?
polyp (stationary) and medusa (moves)
28 terms
Animal Biology - Porifera &Cnidaria
Phylum - Porifera
Filter Feeders
Spicules
Ostia
Sponge
water currents carried through their canal system to bring th…
skeleton like structures that stiffen the sponge; made of cal…
tiny pores for incoming water
Phylum - Porifera
Sponge
Filter Feeders
water currents carried through their canal system to bring th…
14 terms
Tropical Biology Phylum Cnidaria
Lettuce Coral
Club-tip finger coral
Dimpled Sheet coral
Corky sea finger
Agaricia agaricites
Porites porites
Agaricia grahamae
Briareum asbestinum
Lettuce Coral
Agaricia agaricites
Club-tip finger coral
Porites porites
85 terms
Biology: Porifera and Cnidaria Test
animal kingdom
dorsal
ventral
anterior
multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs that lack cell walls
waist up (or like the back of a shark)
waist down (or like the under side of a shark)
waist to head (or top portion of an organism)
animal kingdom
multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs that lack cell walls
dorsal
waist up (or like the back of a shark)
14 terms
biology 184 - Phylum Cnidaria
how many species?
belong to oldest eumetazoan clade
habitat
sessile or free-living?
~ 10,000 species
Radiata
mostly marine, some freshwater
both
how many species?
~ 10,000 species
belong to oldest eumetazoan clade
Radiata
45 terms
Biology: Porifera & Cnidaria Review
calcium carbonate
collar cells
gastrozooid
filter feeders
spicules are composed mostly of this compound
possess a single flagellum to create water currents for a spo…
the feeding part of a cnidarian colony
sponges are described as these when referring to their mode o…
calcium carbonate
spicules are composed mostly of this compound
collar cells
possess a single flagellum to create water currents for a spo…
43 terms
Biology: Sponges & Cnidaria
Sponges are _____?
Sponges have what kind of symmetry?
A single, large anterior opening for w…
How many layers of cells do sponges ha…
Sessile
Asymmetrical
Osculum
Two
Sponges are _____?
Sessile
Sponges have what kind of symmetry?
Asymmetrical
20 terms
Biology 102 Phylum Cnidaria
jelly fish, hydra, Portuguese Man-of-W…
radial symmetry
they possess tissues and some organs;…
the stalk-like polyp and the free-swim…
What are five examples of the Phylum Cnidaria?
What type of symmetry does the Phylum Cnidaria exhibit?
What are two unique feature of the Phylum Cnidaria?
What are the two unique stages during the life cycle of the P…
jelly fish, hydra, Portuguese Man-of-W…
What are five examples of the Phylum Cnidaria?
radial symmetry
What type of symmetry does the Phylum Cnidaria exhibit?
68 terms
Biology kingdom Cnidaria
(Type of symmetry) in 1 plane, as long…
(Type of symmetry) only one way to div…
Methods of feeding (5)
(Phylum) includes sponges
Radial
Bilateral
Filter feeding ... Detritus... Carnivores ... Herbivores ... Omnivores
Porifera
(Type of symmetry) in 1 plane, as long…
Radial
(Type of symmetry) only one way to div…
Bilateral
15 terms
Biology 112 - Porifera & Cnidaria
Diploblastic
Triploblastic
Sessile
Ostia
Two germ layers
Three germ layers
Filter feeders
Pores that allow water to enter incurrent canals
Diploblastic
Two germ layers
Triploblastic
Three germ layers
33 terms
Biology 11: Cnidaria
Polymorphism
What are the two types of body structu…
Polyp
Medusa
more than one body form
1.polyp... 2.medusa
-tube with tentacles around mouth... -sessile
-umbrella shape... -tentacles around mouth... -motile free/swimming
Polymorphism
more than one body form
What are the two types of body structu…
1.polyp... 2.medusa
26 terms
Biology 202 Animals: Cnidaria
What is the habitat for cnidaria?
What is the mobility for cnidaria?
What type of symmetry do cnidaria exhi…
What is the body structure for cnidaria?
• Aquatic... • Mostly marine
Sessile or mobile
Radial
Adult body diploblastic
What is the habitat for cnidaria?
• Aquatic... • Mostly marine
What is the mobility for cnidaria?
Sessile or mobile
9 terms
Phylum Cnidaria - Animal Biology
radial symmetry, tissue-level organiza…
mostly marine, some freshwater, some h…
fire coral
medusa prominent, polyp stage is reduc…
Name the characters of Phylum Cnidaria.
Describe Class Hydrozoa within Phylum Cnidaria.
What is the common name of organisms within Class Hydrozoa, O…
Describe Class Scyphozoa within Phylum Cnidaria.
radial symmetry, tissue-level organiza…
Name the characters of Phylum Cnidaria.
mostly marine, some freshwater, some h…
Describe Class Hydrozoa within Phylum Cnidaria.
31 terms
Cnidaria Biology 104
what animals are the phylum Cnidaria?
what type of symmetry do they have?
What is their level of organization?
What is mesoglea and where do you find…
Jellyfish
radial symmetry
diploblastic tissue level
...
what animals are the phylum Cnidaria?
Jellyfish
what type of symmetry do they have?
radial symmetry
28 terms
Biology Sponge & Cnidaria
Sponge Symmetry
Cnidaria Symmetry
Sponge Protostome and Deuterostome
Cnidaria Protostome and Deuterostome
Asymmetrical
Radial
None
None
Sponge Symmetry
Asymmetrical
Cnidaria Symmetry
Radial
22 terms
Porifera/Cnidaria- Biology
Sessile
Collar cells
Osculum
Spongin
...
...
...
...
Sessile
...
Collar cells
...
13 terms
Animal Biology Phylum Cnidaria
P. Cnidaria
General Features
Lifecycle (Alternation of Generations)
Body symmetry
Corals, sea anemone and jellyfish
Lifecycle, body symmetry, levels of organization, gastrovascu…
Larva (planktonic: follows current), polyp (sessile and benth…
Porifera (asymmetrical, rarely radial) Cnidaria (Radial symme…
P. Cnidaria
Corals, sea anemone and jellyfish
General Features
Lifecycle, body symmetry, levels of organization, gastrovascu…
82 terms
Biology Chapter 33- Cnidaria
Where do Cnidarians and Ctenophores li…
Examples of Cnidaians
2 shapes of cnidarian body
What is the medusa specialized for?
most ocean (all aquatic)
stinging jellyfish... freshwater hydra ... flowerlike coral
bell-shaped (medusa)... vase-shaped (polyp)
swimming
Where do Cnidarians and Ctenophores li…
most ocean (all aquatic)
Examples of Cnidaians
stinging jellyfish... freshwater hydra ... flowerlike coral
20 terms
Biology 11 Cnidaria and Porifera
Collar cells
Ocelli
Amebocyte
Spongin
One of the cells forming the wall of a sponges central cavity
A type of simple eye common to invertebrates, consisting of r…
Sponge cell that builds spicules from calcium carbonate or si…
Protein that makes up the skeleton of some sponges
Collar cells
One of the cells forming the wall of a sponges central cavity
Ocelli
A type of simple eye common to invertebrates, consisting of r…
84 terms
Biology: Porifera and Cnidaria Test
animal kingdom
dorsal
ventral
anterior
multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs that lack cell walls
waist up (or like the back of a shark)
waist down (or like the under side of a shark)
waist to head (or top portion of an organism)
animal kingdom
multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs that lack cell walls
dorsal
waist up (or like the back of a shark)
14 terms
Marine Biology: Cnidaria and Ctenophera
Phylum Porifera
Radial Symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
Scyphozoa vs. Ctenophores
Sponges
Can get food from all sides (ex. Cnidaria, Echinodermata)
Can escape and actively pursue prey (ex. Flatworms)
Scyphozoa (true jellies): Uses nematacysts to sting... Ctenophor…
Phylum Porifera
Sponges
Radial Symmetry
Can get food from all sides (ex. Cnidaria, Echinodermata)
108 terms
Biology 205 - P. Cnidaria
what does diploblasty mean?
instead of having a complete gut, what…
what do cnidaria have instead of muscl…
how do we know cnidaria have no muscles?
having two layers - an endoderm and an ectoderm
a GVC
epitheliomuscular cells
they have no mesoderm
what does diploblasty mean?
having two layers - an endoderm and an ectoderm
instead of having a complete gut, what…
a GVC
14 terms
Biology Test #3-Cnidaria
Phylum Cnidaria
Reproductive stages: Polyp and Medusa
Cnidaria structure
Cnidocytes
Habitat: Primarily marine, some hydra and jellyfish are in fr…
Polyp-sessile, non-mobile ex. sea anema... Medusa-Mobile ex. jel…
(Tissue Layers) 2 nerve nets: epidermis-ectoderm... gastrodermi…
Contain nematocytes, Use tentacles to go to gastrodermis, and…
Phylum Cnidaria
Habitat: Primarily marine, some hydra and jellyfish are in fr…
Reproductive stages: Polyp and Medusa
Polyp-sessile, non-mobile ex. sea anema... Medusa-Mobile ex. jel…
18 terms
Biology Midterm (Chapter 7) - Cnidaria
What are four examples of Cnidarians?
What type of symmetry do Cnidarians ha…
How do cnidarians capture food?
Are cnidarians herbivore or carnivore?
1. Hydrozoans... 2. Anemones... 3. Jellyfishes... 4. Corals
Radial
Cnidocytes
CARNIVORE
What are four examples of Cnidarians?
1. Hydrozoans... 2. Anemones... 3. Jellyfishes... 4. Corals
What type of symmetry do Cnidarians ha…
Radial
29 terms
Biology Lab Exam - Protista, Porifera, Cnidaria
What are characteristics of *Kingdom P…
Of the following picture, what is the:…
Answers for card 2:
Of the following picture, what is the:…
1. Most are unicellular eukaryotes ... 2. Move via villa, flage…
1. Phylum Euglenozoa... 2. All members of this phylum possess on…
What are characteristics of *Kingdom P…
1. Most are unicellular eukaryotes ... 2. Move via villa, flage…
Of the following picture, what is the:…
30 terms
Biology 112 - Phyla Porifera & Cnidaria
Animals with a top and bottom but, wit…
2 germ layers
3 germ layers
Skeleton
Radial Symmetry
Diploblastic
Triploblastic
Spicules
Animals with a top and bottom but, wit…
Radial Symmetry
2 germ layers
Diploblastic
37 terms
Biology of Animals (Protozoa through Cnidaria)
What is classification?
What is Taxonomy?
What are cladograms?
What is nomenclature?
The arrangement of organisms into groups based on similarities
the science of classification, identification, nomenclature,…
visual representations of common characteristics linking grou…
used to communicate this relationship and is bionical
What is classification?
The arrangement of organisms into groups based on similarities
What is Taxonomy?
the science of classification, identification, nomenclature,…
11 terms
Biology 7 Practical 2: Cnidaria and Ctenophora
Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Cnidaria... Cla…
Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Cnidaria... Cla…
Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Cnidaria... Cla…
Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Cnidaria... Cla…
Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Cnidaria... Cla…
Kingdom: Animalia... Phylum: Cnidaria... Cla…
11 terms
Biology 211 Practical 1 Cnidaria and Porifera Revision
Phylum Cnidaria... Jellyfish and Coral
Phylum Porifera... Sponges
Phylum Porifera... Spicule
Phylum Cnidaria... Nematocyst
Phylum Cnidaria... Jellyfish and Coral
Phylum Porifera... Sponges
22 terms
Marine Biology Cnidaria & Ctenophora #1
Asexual Budding
Polyp
Zooxanthellae
Cubozoa
Most common type of reproduction in Cnidarians
Attached tube-like asexual body form of Cnidarians. Mouth at…
Mutualistic symbiotic algae found in coral, Cassiopeia, the u…
Class of Cnidarians which contain the box jellies(sea wasp)
Asexual Budding
Most common type of reproduction in Cnidarians
Polyp
Attached tube-like asexual body form of Cnidarians. Mouth at…
17 terms
Biology terms 8: Porifera & Cnidaria
Porifera
Cnidaria
invertebrates
phylum porifera
Sponges
jellies, sea anemone, corals
lack a backbone, 95% of known animal species, morphologically…
lack true tissues, sedentary aquatic animals, water enters th…
Porifera
Sponges
Cnidaria
jellies, sea anemone, corals
18 terms
Biology Lab: Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, & Nematoda
Hydra Budding Adult
Hydra Cross Section
Granite Cross Section
Obelia Hydroids
...
Hydra Budding Adult
Hydra Cross Section
22 terms
Animal Biology Final Exam Phylum Cnidaria Classification
Hydra, Obelia and Physalia are in class?
What species are in class Hydrozoa?
Hydra
Obelia
Hydrozoa
Hydra, Obelia and Physalia
Name the species
Name the species
Hydra, Obelia and Physalia are in class?
Hydrozoa
What species are in class Hydrozoa?
Hydra, Obelia and Physalia
11 terms
Biology 211 Practical 1 Cnidaria and Porifera
Phylum Cnidaria
Phylum Porifera
Spicule
Nematocyst
Jellyfish and Coral
Sponges
A structure observed in Porifera
Observed in Cnidaria
Phylum Cnidaria
Jellyfish and Coral
Phylum Porifera
Sponges
15 terms
Animal Biology Test 2 Set 2 Cnidaria
Characteristics
Classes under Cnidaria
Hydrozoa Characteristics
Example from Class hydrozoa
radial symmetry, tissue level organization, gastrovascular ca…
hydrozoa, scyphozoa, anthozoa, staurozoa, cubozoa
mostly marine, some polyps are colonial
Portuguese Man of War
Characteristics
radial symmetry, tissue level organization, gastrovascular ca…
Classes under Cnidaria
hydrozoa, scyphozoa, anthozoa, staurozoa, cubozoa
10 terms
Biology 1802 Chapter 33 Parazoa,Cnidaria&Ctenophora
Parazoa
Spongocoel
Choanocytes
Mesohyl... Amoebocytes
Sponges
Draws water in through pores (Ostia) and out through osculum
Line Spongocoel; Traps and eats small particles and plankton
Between choanocytes and epithelial cells... Amoebocytes- Absorb…
Parazoa
Sponges
Spongocoel
Draws water in through pores (Ostia) and out through osculum
20 terms
Marine Biology Test 2: ctenophore/cnidaria
tissue layers
nematocyte
classes of phylum cnidaria
type of symmetry
1. ectoderm: nerve tissue... 2. endoderm: digestive tract ... *Bot…
stinging cell used for prey capture by shooting out barbed fi…
1. anthozoa... 2. hydrozoa... 3. scyphozoa... 4. cubozoa
radial
tissue layers
1. ectoderm: nerve tissue... 2. endoderm: digestive tract ... *Bot…
nematocyte
stinging cell used for prey capture by shooting out barbed fi…
33 terms
Biology Chapter 13: Phylum Cnidaria Characteristics
What symmetry is cnidarians?
They are diplobastic and tripoblastic?
They are organized at a tissue level a…
What are the the stinging structures k…
radial
cnidarians
metazoa
cndiae
What symmetry is cnidarians?
radial
They are diplobastic and tripoblastic?
cnidarians
32 terms
Biology 202 Lab Practical {2}: Cnidaria
What type of symmetry do cnidaria exhi…
What are advantages to radial symmetry?
What type of tissue organization do cn…
Do cnidaria have a body cavity?
Radial
• Greater surface area... • Movement in any direction... • Aids in…
Diploblastic
No
What type of symmetry do cnidaria exhi…
Radial
What are advantages to radial symmetry?
• Greater surface area... • Movement in any direction... • Aids in…
43 terms
Biology 11: Phylum Porifera, Cnidaria, & Worms
sessile
collar cells
osculum
hermaphroditic
organism remains attached to surface for entire life, does no…
specialized cells with flagellum, create current to bring wat…
large opening in sponge, filtered water expelled
organism has both male and female reproductive organs
sessile
organism remains attached to surface for entire life, does no…
collar cells
specialized cells with flagellum, create current to bring wat…
18 terms
Valor: Marine Biology Exam: Aves and Cnidaria
Aves Traits
Penguin traits
Procellariifores
Procellariifores traits
Warm blooded, feathers, hard shelled eggs, hollow bones
Long bodies, large heads, short feathers
Petrels and Albatross
Hooked upper bill, enhanced smell, wingspan 12 feet
Aves Traits
Warm blooded, feathers, hard shelled eggs, hollow bones
Penguin traits
Long bodies, large heads, short feathers
16 terms
Exploring Creation with Marine Biology Module 4 - Cnidaria
Cnidaria
spherical symmetry
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
jellyfish, coral, sea anemones
any cut through the organism's center results in identical ha…
longitudinal cut through the central axis results in identica…
only one cut through the center results in identical halves
Cnidaria
jellyfish, coral, sea anemones
spherical symmetry
any cut through the organism's center results in identical ha…
29 terms
Biology Exercise 26 and 27a: Sponges, Cnidaria, and Rotifers
Sponge: Phylum
Sponge: Class
What is a sponge's large central cavit…
What is the opening of the spongocoel…
Porifera
Parazoa
spongocoel
osculum
Sponge: Phylum
Porifera
Sponge: Class
Parazoa
80 terms
Marine Biology: Phylums Cnidaria, Porifera, and Seaweeds
Plankton
Primary Producer
Zooplankton... Phytoplankton
autotroph
Organisms that are not strong enough to swim; drifters
Organisms that perform photosynthesis
Animal drifters... Plant drifters
Organsms that can create their own food
Plankton
Organisms that are not strong enough to swim; drifters
Primary Producer
Organisms that perform photosynthesis
25 terms
Biology 11 Porifera, Cnidaria & Unsegmented Worms Test
Characteristics of animals
Invertebrates
Vertebrates
Cephalization... *Trend in animal evolut…
Heterotrophs... Multicellular... Cells are eukaryotic meaning that…
Animals that have no backbone, or vertebral column. They in…
Animals that have a backbone. They include fishes, amphibia…
Usually found in animals with bilateral symmetry. It is *the…
Characteristics of animals
Heterotrophs... Multicellular... Cells are eukaryotic meaning that…
Invertebrates
Animals that have no backbone, or vertebral column. They in…
31 terms
Biology 1407-- Lab Kingdom Animalia: Phylum Cnidaria
What characteristic is unique to the p…
Hypostome of Hydra
Foot of Hydra
Ectoderm
Multicellular; exhibit radial symmetry
At the upper end of the body, centered in the circle of tenta…
The base of the body and does not resemble a foot in the ordi…
Outer layer
What characteristic is unique to the p…
Multicellular; exhibit radial symmetry
Hypostome of Hydra
At the upper end of the body, centered in the circle of tenta…
59 terms
Marine Invertebrate Biology Exam 1: Cnidaria and Ctenophora
Cnidae
Cnidocil
discharge of Cnidocytes
Fossil Record of Cnidaria
aka cnidocytes... stinging cells... secreted in cells called cnidob…
the trigger of the cnidoctye
tactile and chemical stimulation of the cnidocil.... increase in…
some, NOT ALL, have calcified skeletons which leave an excell…
Cnidae
aka cnidocytes... stinging cells... secreted in cells called cnidob…
Cnidocil
the trigger of the cnidoctye
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