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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…
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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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
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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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Marine Invertebrates - Porifera
Sponges
sessile
ostia
Porifera
aggregate of specialized cells
living permanently attached to the bottom or some surface
numerous tiny pores that allow water to enter and circulate
sponge phylum - means "pore bearers"
Sponges
aggregate of specialized cells
sessile
living permanently attached to the bottom or some surface
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
52 terms
Marine Biology Exam 2 - Porifera and Cnidarians
Porifera
What are some characteristics of spong…
What is the structure of a sponge?
How does water enter through a sponge?
Sponges
Sessile, lack symmetry, lack tissues, filter feeders, drab or…
They are built around a system of water canals
Ostia
Porifera
Sponges
What are some characteristics of spong…
Sessile, lack symmetry, lack tissues, filter feeders, drab or…
26 terms
Marine - Porifera
Worlds major oceans an seas
Name two causes of surface currents
Name two causes of deep currents
How does temp and density relate to th…
See map
Global winds... Continental deflections
Changes in densities... Change in temp
Change in densities brings warm water poleward on the surface…
Worlds major oceans an seas
See map
Name two causes of surface currents
Global winds... Continental deflections
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Marine Biology Exam Review Sheet: Porifera
Name the 3 internal structural types f…
Explain why commercial sponges are mor…
What phyla do all sponges belong in?
If a sponge reproduces asexually, what…
Asconoid(Simple)... Syconoid(Mid-complex)... Leuconoid(Most very co…
The commercial sponges take a lot more time and work to make…
Porifera
Budding
Name the 3 internal structural types f…
Asconoid(Simple)... Syconoid(Mid-complex)... Leuconoid(Most very co…
Explain why commercial sponges are mor…
The commercial sponges take a lot more time and work to make…
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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
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Marine bio-Porifera
Taxonomy
Linnaeus; 18th century
Modern taxonomy:
Linnaeus taxonomy
The process of classifying and organizing organisms according…
Who developed taxonomy? When?
Homologous... Embryology... DNA
Structural similarities (cat=dog)
Taxonomy
The process of classifying and organizing organisms according…
Linnaeus; 18th century
Who developed taxonomy? When?
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Marine Bio Porifera (Sponges)
Porifera
Choanocyte
Osculum
Spicule
Means "pore bearers"
Cell that has a flagellum, functions to pump water into the f…
Large opening at the top of the sponge
Transparent structure that give sponges support like a skelet…
Porifera
Means "pore bearers"
Choanocyte
Cell that has a flagellum, functions to pump water into the f…
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Marine Porifera-BHS- Laliberte 2016-17
Feeding method
Choanocytes
ostia
osculum
filter feeders
Collar cells. generate a current to catch food, line the insi…
tiny pores that take in water
the larger hole through which water exits
Feeding method
filter feeders
Choanocytes
Collar cells. generate a current to catch food, line the insi…
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FIVAY MARINE SCIENCE: Porifera Vocabulary (Murray)
asymmetrical
filter feeder
monoecious
gemmule
having no body plan or axis of symmetry that divides the body…
an aquatic animal that feeds by filtering tiny organisms or f…
having both male & female sexual organs or parts in the same…
a reproductive structure in some sponges that remains dormant…
asymmetrical
having no body plan or axis of symmetry that divides the body…
filter feeder
an aquatic animal that feeds by filtering tiny organisms or f…
9 terms
Bivalves, Mollusks, Gastropods, and Porifera; Marine Biology Weeks 1-2 Quiz
Porifera, suspension feeders, all
Soft squishy body and hard shell
Stomach foot
1, calcium carbonate, marine, nudibran…
The phylum for sponges, most of which are marine. Sponges are…
Mollusks
Gastropods
Gastropoda have ____ shell(s) made with ________________ that…
Porifera, suspension feeders, all
The phylum for sponges, most of which are marine. Sponges are…
Soft squishy body and hard shell
Mollusks
Marine Bio Midterm- Phylum Porifera
Where do sponges live?
What is a sponges skeleton made of
What does pumping do for the sponge?
Do sponges have tissue or organs
Freshwater and salt water environments; any temperature water
Spicules
Pumps water into self I order to get food; pumps out sperm an…
No
Where do sponges live?
Freshwater and salt water environments; any temperature water
What is a sponges skeleton made of
Spicules
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Marine Invertibrates- Phylum Porifera
Sponge Stings
Characteristics
skeleton
Meat eating sponge
Tedania Ignis
No definate symmetry... multicellular... no organs... composed of pore…
spicules... -calcium... -silicon... -spongin (type of protein)
harp song
Sponge Stings
Tedania Ignis
Characteristics
No definate symmetry... multicellular... no organs... composed of pore…
24 terms
Marine Invertebrates - Porifera
Sponges
sessile
ostia
Porifera
aggregate of specialized cells
living permanently attached to the bottom or some surface
numerous tiny pores that allow water to enter and circulate
sponge phylum - means "pore bearers"
Sponges
aggregate of specialized cells
sessile
living permanently attached to the bottom or some surface
28 terms
Marine Phylum Porifera Review
ostia
osculum
choanocyte
collar cell
openings through which water enters a sponge
water exits a sponge; may be single
collar cells; line the spongocell sponge; trap and transfer f…
a flagellated cell; may of which line sponge cavities
ostia
openings through which water enters a sponge
osculum
water exits a sponge; may be single
11 terms
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…
40 terms
Marine bio-Porifera
Early biologists thought sponges were
What kingdom do sponges belong to
What phylum do sponges belong to
What type of symmetry do they have
Plants
Animalia
Porifera
Asymmetrical
Early biologists thought sponges were
Plants
What kingdom do sponges belong to
Animalia
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Marine science phylum porifera
porifera
collar cells
epithelium
amoebocytes
por: porous ... fera: bearing
"choanocyte" line the inner cavity of the sponge. have a stic…
the thin/flat tissue that closes up pores
cells with pseudopods, located in the mesohyl. used in proces…
porifera
por: porous ... fera: bearing
collar cells
"choanocyte" line the inner cavity of the sponge. have a stic…
13 terms
Marine Inverts: Porifera
Sponges
Osculum
Ostia
Porocyte
sessile; multicellular; flexible; asymmetric; organized aroun…
opening at the top of the sponge; where water exits
opening of porocyte; where water enters
pore cell on the sponge
Sponges
sessile; multicellular; flexible; asymmetric; organized aroun…
Osculum
opening at the top of the sponge; where water exits
39 terms
Porifera, Cnidarians, & Marine Worms
What are multicellular organisms?
What phylum do sponges belong to?
What marine zone are sponges most like…
What kind of symmetry do sponges have?
Eukaryotes, more than one cell, levels of organization, speci…
phylum Porifera
Benthic zone
asymmetry- no true shape
What are multicellular organisms?
Eukaryotes, more than one cell, levels of organization, speci…
What phylum do sponges belong to?
phylum Porifera
23 terms
Marine Biology
Sponge
Jellyfish
Fan Coral
Sea Anemone
Porifera
Cnidarian
Sponge
Porifera
Jellyfish
Cnidarian
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Marine Biology
mutualism
commensalism
parasitism
symbiosis
symbiotic relationship that benefits both organisms ex. yucca…
symbiotic relationship that benefits 1 organism and the other…
symbiotic relationship that benefits 1 organism and the other…
definition: interaction between 2 different organisms living…
mutualism
symbiotic relationship that benefits both organisms ex. yucca…
commensalism
symbiotic relationship that benefits 1 organism and the other…
20 terms
marine science: Porifera/Cnidaria
Porifera
both
Porifera
Cnidaria
have spicules
are multicellular
have regenerative ability
have stinging cells
Porifera
have spicules
both
are multicellular
Marine science midterm 2015- PORIFERA
What phylum are sponges classified in?
How many species of sponges are there?…
What is Ostia?
Sponges rely a flow of water for...
Porifera.
5000, marine.
The small pores that perforate the sponge wall.
Feeding, gas exchange, excretion, and often reproduction.
What phylum are sponges classified in?
Porifera.
How many species of sponges are there?…
5000, marine.
26 terms
Marine Phylum Porifera Word Roots
a
amebo
blast
cyte
without
blob-like shape
tissue layer
cell
a
without
amebo
blob-like shape
47 terms
Marine Bio: Phyla Porifera, Cnidaria, and Ctenophora
Four Characteristics of Animals
95% Animals are Invertebrates
5% Animals are Vertebrates
Zygote
1) Multicellular... 2) Heterotrophic... 3) No cell walls... 4) Motile…
NO BACKBONE... Bodies of many covered with exoskeleton. ... ex. jel…
BACKBONE... Bodies have endoskeleton and backbone. ... ex. fish, am…
a fertilized egg cell.
Four Characteristics of Animals
1) Multicellular... 2) Heterotrophic... 3) No cell walls... 4) Motile…
95% Animals are Invertebrates
NO BACKBONE... Bodies of many covered with exoskeleton. ... ex. jel…
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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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Marine Science - Organism Research & Porifera
What are the characteristics of porife…
What are the Porifera characteristics?
What are the 3 classes of sponges?
What are the characteristics of ascono…
-Lack true tissues... -No nervous system... -Sac body plan... -Asymmet…
-Body wall has 2 layers... -Pore-bearing... -Reproduces sexually an…
Ascon, sycon, and leucon.
-Simplest canal system... -Tube shaped
What are the characteristics of porife…
-Lack true tissues... -No nervous system... -Sac body plan... -Asymmet…
What are the Porifera characteristics?
-Body wall has 2 layers... -Pore-bearing... -Reproduces sexually an…
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Marine Cndaria, Porifera, Arthorpoda Test
Maxillae
Chelipeds
Copulatory Pleopods
Medusa
(Arthropoda) for feeding
(Arthropoda) A claw For defense and to capture prey
(Arthropods) Special appendages containing planktonic larva u…
(Cnidaria) Free swimming, jellyfish
Maxillae
(Arthropoda) for feeding
Chelipeds
(Arthropoda) A claw For defense and to capture prey
24 terms
Marine biology
Coriolis force
Thermocline
Three properties of seawater
Halocline
The force that, owing to the rotation (spin) of the earth, de…
In water, a distinctive temperature transition zone that sepa…
1. temperature... 2. Salinity... 3. Density
sharp salinity change with depth... before the 1000 m
Coriolis force
The force that, owing to the rotation (spin) of the earth, de…
Thermocline
In water, a distinctive temperature transition zone that sepa…
Marine Biology
Pacific Ocean Basin
Atlantic Ocean Basin
Indian Ocean Basin
Arctic Ocean Basin
largest ocean basin... The "Ring of Fire" encircles the:... largest…
20% of surface of the Earth, 2nd largest ocean
3rd largest ocean basin... marine trade zone that connected East…
smallest and shallowest ocean
Pacific Ocean Basin
largest ocean basin... The "Ring of Fire" encircles the:... largest…
Atlantic Ocean Basin
20% of surface of the Earth, 2nd largest ocean
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
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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Marine Biology: Marine fish
Lancelets (Cephalochordata)
Characteristic features of vertebrates
Type of Marine fish
Jawless Fish (Agnatha)
- Possess all chordate features as an adult... - Fish-like body…
- Backbone (vertebrae to enclose and protect the nerve cord)…
Agnatha (jawless fishes)... Hagfishes... Lampreys... Chondrichthyes (c…
Basic Characteristics:... Lampreys and hagfishes (slime eels)... Mu…
Lancelets (Cephalochordata)
- Possess all chordate features as an adult... - Fish-like body…
Characteristic features of vertebrates
- Backbone (vertebrae to enclose and protect the nerve cord)…
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Marine Biology Chapter 8 Marine Fishes
Chordata
Vertebrata
Ichthyology
Agnatha
phylum that includes animals possessing a notochord, a hollow…
subphylum that includes animals in which the notochord has be…
study of fishes
class that includes jawless fish (hagfish and lampreys)
Chordata
phylum that includes animals possessing a notochord, a hollow…
Vertebrata
subphylum that includes animals in which the notochord has be…
Marine Biology - Marine Mammals
rookery
elephant seals
stellar sea lion
humpback whale
a breeding beach for some seals and sea lions
the largest pinniped species, the bulls (males) have a unique…
largest otariidae in Alaska, for unknown reasons, they have s…
cetacean known for its large pectoral fins, its mating songs,…
rookery
a breeding beach for some seals and sea lions
elephant seals
the largest pinniped species, the bulls (males) have a unique…
Marine Biology
Oceanic crust
Continental crust
Plate tectonics
Mid-ocean ridge
The portion of the earth's crust that primarily contains basa…
The portion of the earth's crust that primarilycontians grani…
A process involving the movement of large plateson the earth'…
A continuos chain of underwater volcanic mountians encompassi…
Oceanic crust
The portion of the earth's crust that primarily contains basa…
Continental crust
The portion of the earth's crust that primarilycontians grani…
39 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 8 Marine Fishes
Chordata
Vertebrate
Ichthyology
Agnatha
phylum that includes animals possessing a notochord, a hollow…
animals with backbone
study of fishes
class that includes jawless fish (hagfish and lampreys)
Chordata
phylum that includes animals possessing a notochord, a hollow…
Vertebrate
animals with backbone
13 terms
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
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
Marine Bio: porifera, cnidaria, climate change
symmetry
body plan
radial
bilateral
The correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of p…
type of shape of body
type of body plan - round, = parts radiate out from a central…
type of body plan, can be divided into equal right and left h…
symmetry
The correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of p…
body plan
type of shape of body
116 terms
Marine Biology
Oceanography
James Cook
Zonation
Remote Sensing
Geography, Physics, Chemical, Biology oceanography.
Englishman ... began bringing naturalist on his expeditions to o…
the presence of organisms in a particular zone.... -organisms wi…
satellites are used to view expanses of the ocean's surface.…
Oceanography
Geography, Physics, Chemical, Biology oceanography.
James Cook
Englishman ... began bringing naturalist on his expeditions to o…
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)
Chapter 7 Marine Science Phylum Porifera
Benthic
Planktonic
Nektonic
Representative organisms
Bottom-dwellers
drifters
Strong swimmers
sponges
Benthic
Bottom-dwellers
Planktonic
drifters
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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