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Marine Biology (Marine Worms)
Where do ribbon worms live?
Do ribbon worms like light?
Do ribbon worms have appendages?
What do ribbon worms feed on?
the bottom of the ocean
no
no
they are carnivorous and feed on small worms, mollusks, and c…
Where do ribbon worms live?
the bottom of the ocean
Do ribbon worms like light?
no
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Marine Biology Worms unit
ganglia
Coelom
Parapondia
Setae
nerve cell clusters that act as simple brain in worms
fluid filled space in worms that keeps the digestive tract se…
lateral appendages extending from the body segments of worms
a stiff hair, bristle, or bristle-like process or part on an…
ganglia
nerve cell clusters that act as simple brain in worms
Coelom
fluid filled space in worms that keeps the digestive tract se…
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Marine Biology Worms Notes
how is bilateral symmetry an advantage…
what is bilateral symmetry? what are i…
what are 3 ways marine worms are more…
what is the structure of flatworms?
it allows worms to hunt prey, reproduce easier (find mates),…
-there is only one way to cut the body to get two identical h…
-they have a brain, nervous system, and full gut
-no circulatory system... -flattened back and stomach... -mouth and…
how is bilateral symmetry an advantage…
it allows worms to hunt prey, reproduce easier (find mates),…
what is bilateral symmetry? what are i…
-there is only one way to cut the body to get two identical h…
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Marine Biology Worms Unit
Phylum Turbella
Phylum Trematoda
Phylum Cestoda
Proboscis
Free-living flatworms, very few are parasitic. Most commonly…
Also known as flukes, these flatworms are all parasitic and m…
These flatworms are also known as tapeworms because of their…
A roundworm arranged into four orders in the phylum Nemertina…
Phylum Turbella
Free-living flatworms, very few are parasitic. Most commonly…
Phylum Trematoda
Also known as flukes, these flatworms are all parasitic and m…
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Marine Biology Chapter 8 - Marine Worms
What two features are first seen in the…
Describe asexual and sexual reproducti…
How do the planarian's and the ribbon…
In what part of the marine environment…
Planarians have bilateral symmetry, which is associated with…
Planaria are capable of both asexual and sexual reproduction.…
Planarians have a mouth on their lower, or ventral, surface t…
Very tiny roundworms live in the sand and mud at the bottom o…
What two features are first seen in the…
Planarians have bilateral symmetry, which is associated with…
Describe asexual and sexual reproducti…
Planaria are capable of both asexual and sexual reproduction.…
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Marine Biology worms
Ribbon Worms
Anterior
Posterier
Dorsal surface
Phylum Nemertea, non-parasitic, circulatory system,carnivore,…
front end
back end
the back
Ribbon Worms
Phylum Nemertea, non-parasitic, circulatory system,carnivore,…
Anterior
front end
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Marine Biology- worms
Peacock Worm
Basic Background Info
Physical Features
Other facts
(Sabella pavonia)
• coasts of Western Europe and the... Mediterranean... • It is fou…
• lower end attached to stones and the... upper end protruding f…
• Peacock worms often occur in large number... • Possesses both…
Peacock Worm
(Sabella pavonia)
Basic Background Info
• coasts of Western Europe and the... Mediterranean... • It is fou…
Marine Biology - Worms
What kind of symmetry do worms have?
What is the front view of a worm called?
What is the rear view of a worm called?
What is the under side view of a worm…
bilateral
anterior surface
posterior surface
ventral surface
What kind of symmetry do worms have?
bilateral
What is the front view of a worm called?
anterior surface
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Marine Biology Chapter 8 - Marine Worms
What two features are first seen in the…
Describe asexual and sexual reproducti…
How do the planarian's and the ribbon…
In what part of the marine environment…
Planarians have bilateral symmetry, which is associated with…
Planaria are capable of both asexual and sexual reproduction.…
Planarians have a mouth on their lower, or ventral, surface t…
Very tiny roundworms live in the sand and mud at the bottom o…
What two features are first seen in the…
Planarians have bilateral symmetry, which is associated with…
Describe asexual and sexual reproducti…
Planaria are capable of both asexual and sexual reproduction.…
Marine Biology Worms Quiz
how is bilateral symmetry an advantage…
what are 3 ways marine worms are more…
what is the structure of flatworms?
what are 3 types of flatworms and a ch…
it allows worms to hunt prey, reproduce easier (find mates),…
-they have a brain, nervous system, and full gut
-no circulatory system... -flattened back and stomach... -mouth and…
-Tubellarian: most common and brightly colored ... -Flukes: most…
how is bilateral symmetry an advantage…
it allows worms to hunt prey, reproduce easier (find mates),…
what are 3 ways marine worms are more…
-they have a brain, nervous system, and full gut
Marine Biology-Chapter 8 Marine Worms
Water column
3 Types of Flatworms
Number of species of flatworms
Planarians eat
the vertical zone of water that extends from the top of the o…
Planaria, tapeworm, liver fluke
More than 10,000
Small organisms and organic debris
Water column
the vertical zone of water that extends from the top of the o…
3 Types of Flatworms
Planaria, tapeworm, liver fluke
Marine Biology-Chapter 8 Marine Worms
Water column
3 Types of Flatworms
Number of species of flatworms
Planarians eat
the vertical zone of water that extends from the top of the o…
Planaria, tapeworm, liver fluke
More than 10,000
Small organisms and organic debris
Water column
the vertical zone of water that extends from the top of the o…
3 Types of Flatworms
Planaria, tapeworm, liver fluke
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Biology: (Marine Sponge, Cnidarians, & Worms)
What phylum is the marine sponge in?
Characteristics of the marine sponge
What is the marine sponge skeleton com…
Spicules
Porifera
• Sessile (do not move)... • Filter feed... • Simplest animals (mul…
Spongin (soft) & spicules (hard, glasslike)
For defense
What phylum is the marine sponge in?
Porifera
Characteristics of the marine sponge
• Sessile (do not move)... • Filter feed... • Simplest animals (mul…
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Biology: (Marine Sponge, Cnidarians, & Worms)
What phylum is the marine sponge in?
Characteristics of the marine sponge
What is the marine sponge skeleton com…
Spicules
Porifera
• Sessile (do not move)... • Filter feed... • Simplest animals (mul…
Spongin (soft) & spicules (hard, glasslike)
For defense
What phylum is the marine sponge in?
Porifera
Characteristics of the marine sponge
• Sessile (do not move)... • Filter feed... • Simplest animals (mul…
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Marine Biology Chapter 27 - Marine Worms and Mollusks
What are the defining features of flat…
What are the characteristics of the th…
How do feeding methods of parasitic an…
Describe the life cycle of the blood f…
Flatworms are soft, flattened worms that have tissues and int…
Turbellarians are free-living flatworms; most live in marine…
Flatworms tend to have a digestive cavity with a single openi…
A blood fluke's primary host is a human. Blood flukes infect…
What are the defining features of flat…
Flatworms are soft, flattened worms that have tissues and int…
What are the characteristics of the th…
Turbellarians are free-living flatworms; most live in marine…
Marine Biology Chapter 7 (Marine Worms)
Beard Worms
The arrangement of body parts in such…
Sharp or stiff bristles found on parap…
Back Side
Pogonophorans
Bilateral Symmetry
Setae
Dorsal
Beard Worms
Pogonophorans
The arrangement of body parts in such…
Bilateral Symmetry
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Marine Biology Worms, mollusks and Arhtropods
anterior
posterior
dorsal
ventral
The front of an organism.
The back of an organism.
The top of an organism.
The underside of an organism.
anterior
The front of an organism.
posterior
The back of an organism.
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Marine Biology Worm Test-Connor
How do the digestive systems of the pl…
Describe the adaptations that sand wor…
What are two adaptations that planaria…
Sand worm digestive parts occur in thi…
Planarian-have two way tract... Sand worm-have one way tract
-Sand worms breathe through their skin... -Their skin is so thin…
-Two way digestive tract... -Asexual reproduction... -Eye spots to…
1. Mouth... 2. Pharynx... 3. Esophagus... 4. Crop... 5. Gizzard... 6. Intest…
How do the digestive systems of the pl…
Planarian-have two way tract... Sand worm-have one way tract
Describe the adaptations that sand wor…
-Sand worms breathe through their skin... -Their skin is so thin…
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Marine Worms
Platyhelminthe
Nematoda
Annelida
Setae
Flatworm (tapeworms, flukes)
Round worms
Segmented worms, body separated into little rings
Help annelid stay in place
Platyhelminthe
Flatworm (tapeworms, flukes)
Nematoda
Round worms
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Marine Worms
coelom
Hirudinea
Chaetognatha
platyhelminthe
fluid filled space
leech
arrow worm
phylum of flatworm
coelom
fluid filled space
Hirudinea
leech
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Marine Biology Test 2: Bilaterally symmetrical worms
bilateral symmetry
dorsoventrally flatened
common name for platyhelminthes
mesoderm
only one way to cut the body to get two identical halves... -pos…
flat back & belly
flatworm
middle layer of tissue producing organs, muscles, & reproduct…
bilateral symmetry
only one way to cut the body to get two identical halves... -pos…
dorsoventrally flatened
flat back & belly
Marine worms
Phylum annelida
Phylum Nematoda
Phylum Nemertea
Phylum platyhelminthes
Segmented worms: earthworms, leeches, and marine worms.
Round worms
Ribbon worms
Flatworms
Phylum annelida
Segmented worms: earthworms, leeches, and marine worms.
Phylum Nematoda
Round worms
Marine Worms -- Marine Bio
vermiform
anterior end
posterior end
dorsal side
worm like
head/mouth end
tail/anus
top/back
vermiform
worm like
anterior end
head/mouth end
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Marine Biology (Unit 6: Worms & Mollusk)
Ganglia
Coelom
Parapodia
Setae
nerve cell clusters that act as a simple brain in worms.
fluid filled space in worms that keeps the digestive tract se…
lateral appendages extending from the body segments of worms.
a stiff hair, bristle, or bristle-like process of part of an…
Ganglia
nerve cell clusters that act as a simple brain in worms.
Coelom
fluid filled space in worms that keeps the digestive tract se…
Marine Worms!
Annelida
Echiura
Polychaeta
Oligochaeta
Phylum: Segmented Worms
Class: Spoon Worms
Class
Class: Terrestrial Earthworms
Annelida
Phylum: Segmented Worms
Echiura
Class: Spoon Worms
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Marine Worms
annelids
arrow worms
bilateral symmetry
bloodworm
...
...
...
...
annelids
...
arrow worms
...
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Marine Worms!
Annelida
Echiura
Polychaeta
Oligochaeta
Phylum: Segmented Worms
Class: Spoon Worms
Class
Class: Terrestrial Earthworms
Annelida
Phylum: Segmented Worms
Echiura
Class: Spoon Worms
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Marine Biology: Lecture 8: Sponges and Worms
kingdom animalia
radial symmetry
bilateral symmetry
phylum porifera
mulit-cellular, eukaryotic and lack cell walls, heterotrophs,…
body parts are arranged in a circular pattern around a centra…
body parts are arranged in such a way that only one plane thr…
around 5,000 species (phylum)
kingdom animalia
mulit-cellular, eukaryotic and lack cell walls, heterotrophs,…
radial symmetry
body parts are arranged in a circular pattern around a centra…
Marine Biology Vocab: Worms 12/9/16
Ganglia
Coelom
Parapodia
Setae
nerve cell clusters that act as a simple brain in worms
fluid filled space in worms that keeps the digestive tract se…
lateral appendages extending from the body segments of worms.
A stiff hair, bristle, or bristlelike process or part on an o…
Ganglia
nerve cell clusters that act as a simple brain in worms
Coelom
fluid filled space in worms that keeps the digestive tract se…
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Marine Worms
4 groups of marine worms
# species of flatworms
Ribbon worm special feature
Flatworms are a __ orgnanism
Flat, ribbon, peanut, nematode
3000
Can extend a tremenedous length
Simple
4 groups of marine worms
Flat, ribbon, peanut, nematode
# species of flatworms
3000
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Marine Worms
Annelid
Bilateral Symmetry
Casting
Cephalization
a segmented worm belonging to the phylum Annelida
body parts are arranged in such a way that only one plane thr…
a pile of organic material and minerals defecated by deposit…
the concentration of sensory organs in the head region of an…
Annelid
a segmented worm belonging to the phylum Annelida
Bilateral Symmetry
body parts are arranged in such a way that only one plane thr…
Marine worms
characteristics
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Nemertea
Phylum Chaetognatha
bilateral symmetry, hydro-skeleton, organ system level... 3 tiss…
Flatworms- dorsonventraly flattened, one way digestive tract
Ribbon worms- complete digestive tract, has a proboscis that…
Arrow worms- very small, found at the top of surface
characteristics
bilateral symmetry, hydro-skeleton, organ system level... 3 tiss…
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Flatworms- dorsonventraly flattened, one way digestive tract
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Marine Bio: Marine Worms
Cephalization
Meiofauna
Chemoreceptors
Stylet
The concentration of sensory organs in the head region of an…
The tiny organisms that are adapted to living in the spaces b…
A sense organ capable of detecting changes in the chemical co…
A hard, sharp point on the end of an organ
Cephalization
The concentration of sensory organs in the head region of an…
Meiofauna
The tiny organisms that are adapted to living in the spaces b…
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Marine Worms
All worms have ______ symmetry
Platyhelminthes are also known as ____…
Most playhelminthes or flatworms are _…
Define triploblastic
bilateral
flat
parasitic
Three tissue layers
All worms have ______ symmetry
bilateral
Platyhelminthes are also known as ____…
flat
Marine Worms
(Platyhelminthes ) Turbellaria
(Platyhelminthes) Trematoda
(Platyhelminthes) Castoda
Nemertea
free living
flukes- "Chinese liver fluke"
tapeworms- "beef & pork"
Carnivores
(Platyhelminthes ) Turbellaria
free living
(Platyhelminthes) Trematoda
flukes- "Chinese liver fluke"
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Marine Worms
Coelom
Parapodia
Rheoreceptor
Statocyst
fluid filled cavity separating the germ layers
lateral structures for locomotion
detects water movement
an organ of balance
Coelom
fluid filled cavity separating the germ layers
Parapodia
lateral structures for locomotion
Marine worms
Bilaterally symmetric
The arrangement of body parts in such…
Front end
Rear end
Most marine worms are...
Bilateral symmetry
Anterior
Posterior
Bilaterally symmetric
Most marine worms are...
The arrangement of body parts in such…
Bilateral symmetry
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Marine Biology Exam Review Sheet: Worms
Which phyla has variety of parasitic w…
Which 2 phyla contains a proboscis?
Which 2 phyla contains a pharynx?
Which phyla has an uncanny ability to…
Nematodes
Annelida and Nemertea
Platyhelminthes and Nematoda
Platyhelminthes
Which phyla has variety of parasitic w…
Nematodes
Which 2 phyla contains a proboscis?
Annelida and Nemertea
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Marine Worms
platyhelminthes
nematoda
nemertea
annelida
flatworms
round worms
ribbon worms
segmented worms
platyhelminthes
flatworms
nematoda
round worms
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Marine Bio. Marine Worms Vocab
Segmented worms/Annelids
Bilateral Symmetry
Bloodworms
Flatworms
-Phylum Annelida... -Sand-worm/Clam worm... -Bloodworm... -Three major…
-Exhibited by planarians (flatworms)... -Body plan in which the…
-A segmented worm... -Belongs to phylum annelida... -Lives in marin…
-Phylim platyhelminthes... -Includes planarians, tapeworms and…
Segmented worms/Annelids
-Phylum Annelida... -Sand-worm/Clam worm... -Bloodworm... -Three major…
Bilateral Symmetry
-Exhibited by planarians (flatworms)... -Body plan in which the…
marine/worms
another name for Platyhelminthes
2 general characteristics of flat worms
3 classes of flat worms
do parasites have cilia ? why / why no…
flat worms
1. flat... 2. hermaphroditic
1. turbellaria (planarians)... 2. tremetoda (parasitic flukes)... 3…
No, because cilia would create drag. Body fluids move them
another name for Platyhelminthes
flat worms
2 general characteristics of flat worms
1. flat... 2. hermaphroditic
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Marine Worms
platyhelminthes
nematoda
nemertea
annelida
flatworms
round worms
ribbon worms
segmented worms
platyhelminthes
flatworms
nematoda
round worms
Marine - Worms
Annelida
Complexity?
What are worm compartments?
Locomotion?
"little rings"
more structurally complex
Segments with a gut that runs through all
hydrostatic skeleton and flexible segments to aid this
Annelida
"little rings"
Complexity?
more structurally complex
marine worms
phatyhelminthes
nematoda
nermatoda
annelida
flatworms
roundworms
ribbonworms
segmented worms
phatyhelminthes
flatworms
nematoda
roundworms
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Marine Worms
What is the scientific name for a Chri…
Which phyla has an incomplete or absen…
Who can cut their prey in half?
Worms are...
Spirobranchus Giganteus
Flatworms
bobbit worm
mostly benthic
What is the scientific name for a Chri…
Spirobranchus Giganteus
Which phyla has an incomplete or absen…
Flatworms
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Marine Biology Honors- Chapter 8: Sponges, Cnidarians, Comb Jellies, and Marine Worms
Anthozoans
Cnida
Cnidarian
Cnidocil
Animals in the class anthozoa
The stinging organelle in the cnidocyte
Animals belonging to the phylum Cnidaria
A thread-like trigger in the cnidocyte
Anthozoans
Animals in the class anthozoa
Cnida
The stinging organelle in the cnidocyte
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Marine Worms
The flat worm is in what phylum
The flat worm is how many meters
How many species of flat worms are there
Planarian
platyheminthes
20
10,000
two way, asexual and sexual and platyheminthes
The flat worm is in what phylum
platyheminthes
The flat worm is how many meters
20
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Marine bio- worms&mollusks
Bilateral symmetry
Anterior
Posterior
Mesoderm
The arrangement of body parts in such a way that there is onl…
Front end
Rear end
Middle layer of tissue that gives rise to muscles, the reprod…
Bilateral symmetry
The arrangement of body parts in such a way that there is onl…
Anterior
Front end
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Marine Invertebrates - Marine Worms
Phylum Platyhelminthes (FLATWORMS)
Phylum Nemertea (RIBBON WORMS)
Phylum Nematode (ROUND WORM)
Phylum Sipunculan (PEANUT WORM)
fluke, tapeworms, turbellarians. 20,000 spp. dorsoventrally f…
900 spp. free living, mostly marine. dorsoventrally flattened…
1 MILLION spp. Extremely abundant in interstitial spaces of m…
320 spp. burrow in sediment or in disregarded shells or into…
Phylum Platyhelminthes (FLATWORMS)
fluke, tapeworms, turbellarians. 20,000 spp. dorsoventrally f…
Phylum Nemertea (RIBBON WORMS)
900 spp. free living, mostly marine. dorsoventrally flattened…
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marine worms practical
platyhelminthes
trematoda
cestoda
nematoda
flatworms
flukeworms
tapeworms
roundworms
platyhelminthes
flatworms
trematoda
flukeworms
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