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Biology porifera
Sessile
Filter feeders
Epidermis
Epithelial cell
No movement
Obtain their food by straining the water by small bits of foo…
Outer layer cell of the sponge
Epidermis is made out of flat cells called epithelial cells
Sessile
No movement
Filter feeders
Obtain their food by straining the water by small bits of foo…
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Biology: Mollusks, Cnidarians, and Porifera
How the zebra mussel get to the US?
What problems do the zebra mussels cau…
What problems do zebra mussels cause t…
What beneficial use might the zebra mu…
Ballast water dumping by European vessels
They congest sewages pipes and such
They drive them out of their natural habitats
They are trying to configure them to filter-feeding
How the zebra mussel get to the US?
Ballast water dumping by European vessels
What problems do the zebra mussels cau…
They congest sewages pipes and such
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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
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Biology : Porifera (Sponges)
sessile
choanocytes
How do sponges get food?
what does porifera mean?
when sponges attach themselves firmly to a surface and don't…
collar cells; flagellated cells that line the interior of hol…
By beating/spinning their flagella (choanocytes), they draw w…
pore-bearing
sessile
when sponges attach themselves firmly to a surface and don't…
choanocytes
collar cells; flagellated cells that line the interior of hol…
30 terms
biology animals, porifera, cnidarians
all animals have what four features...
what are heterotrophs
What phylum can you separate the cells…
T/F: some animals have cell walls
no cell wall, multicelluar, heterotrophs, Eukaryotes
consume food, can't make own
Sponges / Porifera
False!!!!\
all animals have what four features...
no cell wall, multicelluar, heterotrophs, Eukaryotes
what are heterotrophs
consume food, can't make own
45 terms
Porifera-Echinodermata Biology
Diffusion
Special
Gastropoda- Book Lung Bivalavia & Ceph…
Diffusion
Respiration: Cnidaria
Respiration: Annelida
Respiration: Mollusca
Respiration: Nematoda
Diffusion
Respiration: Cnidaria
Special
Respiration: Annelida
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Biology 7 Practical 2: Porifera
Kingdom: Animalia ... Phylum: Porifera... Cl…
Kingdom: Animalia ... Phylum: Porifera... Cl…
Kingdom: Animalia ... Phylum: Porifera... Cl…
Kingdom: Animalia ... Phylum: Porifera... Cl…
Kingdom: Animalia ... Phylum: Porifera... Cl…
Kingdom: Animalia ... Phylum: Porifera... Cl…
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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…
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)
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SAT Biology - Porifera and Cnidarians
Porifera
sessile
choanocytes
osculum
phylum that includes sponges
term used to describe organisms that live their entire adult…
specialized cells in sponges that use flagella to maintain a…
a hole at the top of the sponge for excess water to leave
Porifera
phylum that includes sponges
sessile
term used to describe organisms that live their entire adult…
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…
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Biology 102 Phylum Porifera
Phylum Porifera
asymmetrical, no true germ layers pres…
choanocyte
amoebocyte
the sponges, 5000 species, mostly marine but freshwater forms…
What are the four unique features of Phylum Porifera?
"Collar cells", function in feeding and reproduction
amoeba-like cells that function in digestion, spicule-formati…
Phylum Porifera
the sponges, 5000 species, mostly marine but freshwater forms…
asymmetrical, no true germ layers pres…
What are the four unique features of Phylum Porifera?
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Biology 11: Porifera
"Pore Bearing"
Tissue Layers
Ectoderm
Endoderm
Phylum Porifera #1 Defining Characteristic
The Phylum Porifera has 2 ______ ______... a) Ectoderm... b) Endoderm
Outer tissue layer
Inner tissue layer
"Pore Bearing"
Phylum Porifera #1 Defining Characteristic
Tissue Layers
The Phylum Porifera has 2 ______ ______... a) Ectoderm... b) Endoderm
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Biology: sponge phylum porifera
What phylum is a sponge in
What genus is a sponge in
What kind of movement do sponges have
What kind of body covering do sponges…
Porifera
Grantia
Sessile; it moves its environment(water)binto ostia and out o…
One cell layer thick
What phylum is a sponge in
Porifera
What genus is a sponge in
Grantia
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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
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Biology: Phylum Porifera
What are some general characteristics…
What is the Osculum?
What are the Spicules?
What is the Epidermis?
no gastrula stage, no true tissues, stationary
water exits
give support to the sponge
outer layer that protects the sponge
What are some general characteristics…
no gastrula stage, no true tissues, stationary
What is the Osculum?
water exits
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Porifera Biology 104
What animals are in the phylum Porifera?
What is the sponge level of Organizati…
What is the Symmetry of Sponges?
What is the Habitat of sponges?
sponges
...
radial symmetry
all aquatic and mostly marine
What animals are in the phylum Porifera?
sponges
What is the sponge level of Organizati…
...
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Biology Porifera (sponges)
Multicellular
Heterotrophic
Animalia
Organs or tissue
Are sponges multicellular or unifellular?
...
What is their kingdom?
Sponges have no ________
Multicellular
Are sponges multicellular or unifellular?
Heterotrophic
...
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Marine Biology Phylum Porifera
Sponges
Simple diffusion
Sessile
Classification
Animals with many pores, which contain no definite symmetry a…
Substances (food,oxygen,or waste products) move from areas of…
Attached (non-motile)
Sponges are CLASSIFIED by the skeletal system
Sponges
Animals with many pores, which contain no definite symmetry a…
Simple diffusion
Substances (food,oxygen,or waste products) move from areas of…
19 terms
Biology- Phylum Porifera: Sponges
porifera
gastrula tissues sessile
stationary
osculum
sponges are apart of phylum ___
general characteristics of sponges is that they have no ____…
sessile means
where water exists in the sponge
porifera
sponges are apart of phylum ___
gastrula tissues sessile
general characteristics of sponges is that they have no ____…
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…
22 terms
Porifera/Cnidaria- Biology
Sessile
Collar cells
Osculum
Spongin
...
...
...
...
Sessile
...
Collar cells
...
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Biology 205 - P. Porifera
what is special about the cells of spo…
totipotent?
symmetry of sponges?
what type of internal movement system…
they are totipotent
means that cells can move and redifferentiate/specialize. kin…
asymmetrical
an aquiferous system made up of many canals
what is special about the cells of spo…
they are totipotent
totipotent?
means that cells can move and redifferentiate/specialize. kin…
Biology 11 Phylum Porifera
Body plan
Choanocytes (colla cells)
Archaeocytes (amiebocytes)
Pore cells
No organs
-O2 in and out CO2... -food in and wastes out... -sperm in and babi…
-make material for structure and support... -spongin: flexible p…
help create pores (holes for water intake)
Body plan
No organs
Choanocytes (colla cells)
-O2 in and out CO2... -food in and wastes out... -sperm in and babi…
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Biology 11 - Porifera (Sponges)
sponges
hard sponges
soft sponges
choanocytes (collar cells)
phylum porifera - meaning bore bearing
are made of spiny spicules which are calcium carbonate or gla…
have an internal skeleton made up of spongin (it's flexible)
cause water to flow thru the sponge, collect food particles,…
sponges
phylum porifera - meaning bore bearing
hard sponges
are made of spiny spicules which are calcium carbonate or gla…
20 terms
Phylum Porifera - Animal Biology
Porifera
Scientists who fed poriferans with lab…
asymmetrical, four cell types, water c…
pinacocytes, archaeocytes, choanocytes…
Sponges belong to what phylum?
What is Phylum Porifera's importance to Coral Reefs?
Name the characters of Phylum Porifera.
Name the cell types of Poriferans.
Porifera
Sponges belong to what phylum?
Scientists who fed poriferans with lab…
What is Phylum Porifera's importance to Coral Reefs?
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Biology// Cnidarians & Porifera
A ______ is not present in a sponge
Bilateral symmetry is shown in a _____…
The ____ form of a cnidarian is umbrel…
A ___________ is the only body opening…
coelom
human
medusa
mouth
A ______ is not present in a sponge
coelom
Bilateral symmetry is shown in a _____…
human
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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)
24 terms
Biology Midterm (Chapter 6) - Porifera
What is a porifera?
Why are porifera SO important??
What are advantages of multicellularity?
Symbiosis of Porifera
Sponges!
First multicellular body plan:... - sponges are loose aggregatio…
- Increased surface area available or metabolic activities... -…
Many fish and shrimp depend on sponges for habitat and protec…
What is a porifera?
Sponges!
Why are porifera SO important??
First multicellular body plan:... - sponges are loose aggregatio…
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Marine Biology: Phylum Porifera
What is Phylum Porifera named for?
Sponges are__________ which means they…
The type of symmetry sponges have
What is the limiting factor?
The PORES used to filter water
Sessile
Asymmetry
Space
What is Phylum Porifera named for?
The PORES used to filter water
Sponges are__________ which means they…
Sessile
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Biology: Unit 19-Porifera and Cnidarians
Vertebrate
Invertebrate
Sessile
Motile
Animal that has a backbone.
Animal that does not have a backbone.
Describes an organism that remains attached to a surface for…
Describes an organism that can move.
Vertebrate
Animal that has a backbone.
Invertebrate
Animal that does not have a backbone.
49 terms
Biology - Ch 12 Porifera and Cnidarians
Porifera
cnidaria
Invertebrates
ocean floor
sponges belong to this phylum
corals belong to this phylum
animals without backbones (both corals and sponges belong to…
where most sponges live
Porifera
sponges belong to this phylum
cnidaria
corals belong to this phylum
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:…
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Marine Biology Test 2: porifera
characteristics of animals
closest relative to animals
common name for phylum porifera
classes of porifera
1. eukaryotic... 2. no cell wall... 3. heterotrophic... 4. multi-cellu…
choanoflagellates... -unicellular eukaryotes
sponges
1. calcerea... 2. hexactinellida... 3. demospongiae
characteristics of animals
1. eukaryotic... 2. no cell wall... 3. heterotrophic... 4. multi-cellu…
closest relative to animals
choanoflagellates... -unicellular eukaryotes
Biology 11 Chapter 26 Porifera
Phylum Porifera
Porifera has ____ of cell wall layers
cell wall names (Porifera)
outer layer
sponges (pore bearers)
2
outer layer (epidermal cells and pore cells)... inner layer(coll…
jelly-like material
Phylum Porifera
sponges (pore bearers)
Porifera has ____ of cell wall layers
2
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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
15 terms
Animal Biology Chapter 6 Porifera
Benefits of Multicellularity
Importance of the Phylum Choanoflagell…
What features of Proterospongia are ke…
What are some general characteristics…
1. Allows for bigger body size... -movement of materials... -defens…
Likely the ancestral group of Porifera
Had many similarities with sponges:... -chanocytes... -mesohyl... -Ame…
*Primarily marine-about 15,000 species... *Asymmetrical or radia…
Benefits of Multicellularity
1. Allows for bigger body size... -movement of materials... -defens…
Importance of the Phylum Choanoflagell…
Likely the ancestral group of Porifera
6 terms
Biology 111: Phyla Porifera (1)
PHYLA: PORIFERA
Sponge Morphology
Sponge Nutrients
Sexual Reproduction in Sponges
SPONGES!!!... -pore bearing... -9000 species (mostly marine)... -sessi…
Highly variable, variety of habitats
Filter feeding... -absorb water via outer cells, release a strea…
-sperm and eggs placed in choanocytes or amoebocytes-broadcas…
PHYLA: PORIFERA
SPONGES!!!... -pore bearing... -9000 species (mostly marine)... -sessi…
Sponge Morphology
Highly variable, variety of habitats
15 terms
BIOLOGY 21.3: Coelenterates and Porifera
coelenterates
cnidocytes
polyp
medusa
hollow-intestines invertebrates
named after the stinging cells
cylindrical body type which is sessile and has a mouth facing…
free-swimming, umbrella-shaped body type which has its mouth…
coelenterates
hollow-intestines invertebrates
cnidocytes
named after the stinging cells
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
23 terms
Biology 11: Phylum Porifera (sponges)
What does "porifera" mean?
Name the body structures of a sponge.
Ostia
oscula
pore bearer
Ostia... Oscula... Choanocytes... Amoebocytes... Spicules... Spongin
pores in sponges (WATER IN)
large opening at the top of the sponge where water exits
What does "porifera" mean?
pore bearer
Name the body structures of a sponge.
Ostia... Oscula... Choanocytes... Amoebocytes... Spicules... Spongin
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
28 terms
Biology 202 Lab: Porifera Quiz
What is Subkingdom Parazoa?
What are characteristics of Subkingdom…
What is Subkingdom Eumetazoa?
How are subkingdom eumetazoa divided?
Phylum Porifera
• Early diverging organisms... • Lack true tissues... • Most primit…
All other phyla
• Body Symmetry... • Embryological development
What is Subkingdom Parazoa?
Phylum Porifera
What are characteristics of Subkingdom…
• Early diverging organisms... • Lack true tissues... • Most primit…
8 terms
Animal Biology Final Exam Phylum Porifera Classification
Most common sponge are in class?
Demospongiae
Calcareous sponges are in class
Calcarea
Demospongiae
Name the class
Calcarea
Name the class
Most common sponge are in class?
Demospongiae
Demospongiae
Name the class
20 terms
Biology Ch. 12 Porifera and Cniderians
amoebocytes
atoll
cnidocytes
collar cells
cells of a sponge that transports digested food to cells and…
a ring-shaped coral reef
stinging cell on the tentacles of cnidarians
cells that line the body cavity of sponges
amoebocytes
cells of a sponge that transports digested food to cells and…
atoll
a ring-shaped coral reef
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
26 terms
Ecdysozoa, locotrophozoa, cnidarian, porifera Biology lab practical
Hemiptera
Hymenoptera
Orthoptera
Dermaptera
Sub-phylum: Insecta... "True bugs" order
Sub-phylum: Insecta... "bees, wasps, ants" order
Sub-phylum: Insecta... "crickets and grasshoppers" order
Sub-phylum: Insecta... "earwigs" order
Hemiptera
Sub-phylum: Insecta... "True bugs" order
Hymenoptera
Sub-phylum: Insecta... "bees, wasps, ants" order
23 terms
Biology: Module 11- Porifera>Annelida
invertebrates
vertebrates
collar cells
amoebocytes
animals w/out a backbone
animals w/ a backbone
flagellated cells that push water througj a sponge
cells that move using pseudopods and perform different functi…
invertebrates
animals w/out a backbone
vertebrates
animals w/ a backbone
15 terms
Exploring Creation with Marine Biology Module 4 - porifera
invertebrate
vertebrate
porifera
sessile
animals that do not have a backbone
animals with a backbone
sponges
does not move
invertebrate
animals that do not have a backbone
vertebrate
animals with a backbone
10 terms
Porifera Quiz Marine Biology CCA Dr. Ladner
Why are sponges called Porifera ?
What is the name of the flagellated ce…
One way that sponges reproduce asexual…
One of the main functions of the amboc…
Pore bearers
Choanocytes
Budding
Digest the particles
Why are sponges called Porifera ?
Pore bearers
What is the name of the flagellated ce…
Choanocytes
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