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Science Porifera
Encrusting
Free-standing
Symmetry
Body Cavity
Sponges that cover the surface of rocks
Stand alone, grow in odd shapes
Asymmetrical
Acelomate
Encrusting
Sponges that cover the surface of rocks
Free-standing
Stand alone, grow in odd shapes
Science- Porifera
Symmetry
Movement
Digestion
Nervous system
Asymmetry
Motile larvae, sessile adults
Filter feed
None
Symmetry
Asymmetry
Movement
Motile larvae, sessile adults
6 terms
Science Porifera
Why are these organisms classified as…
What kind of Symmetry do these organis…
How do these organisms acquire food?
How are nutrients circulated through t…
These organisms are classified as animals because they are mu…
These animals are asymmetrical.
They use filters to sift through microscopic food particles f…
Nutrients are circulated through the body by water kind of ac…
Why are these organisms classified as…
These organisms are classified as animals because they are mu…
What kind of Symmetry do these organis…
These animals are asymmetrical.
Science Olympiad - Fossils - Porifera
Animalia
Porifera
Hydnoceras
Late Precambrian
Kingdom
Phylum
Genus. Of class Hexactinellida. Reef builder from Devonian to…
Appearance of Porifera
Animalia
Kingdom
Porifera
Phylum
15 terms
Science Olympiad - Fossils - Porifera
Animalia
Porifera
Hydnoceras
Late Precambrian
Kingdom
Phylum
Genus. Of class Hexactinellida. Reef builder from Devonian to…
Appearance of Porifera
Animalia
Kingdom
Porifera
Phylum
Science Porifera Review
Budding
Collar cell
Filter feeder
Flagella
Asexual reproduction in which a part of the parent organism p…
Holds the flagella to creat a current of water through the sp…
Organism that filters food out of the water
Long whip-like structure that moves water
Budding
Asexual reproduction in which a part of the parent organism p…
Collar cell
Holds the flagella to creat a current of water through the sp…
16 terms
Life Science: The porifera
Body Plan: pores
Body Plan: sessile
Body Plan: osculum
Body Plan: spicules
use: many openings in the sponge... function:
organisms that are attached to one place throughout their lif…
use: open at the top... function: look at filter feeding
use: a sharp pointed structure... function:
Body Plan: pores
use: many openings in the sponge... function:
Body Plan: sessile
organisms that are attached to one place throughout their lif…
16 terms
Science 5th - Classification, Porifera, Cnideria
7 Levels of Classification
Five Kingdoms
Animal Kingdom
Plant Kingdom
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Animalia, Plantae, Protista, Monera, Fungi
multi-celled organisms who must get their food from other org…
multi-celled organisms that make their own food
7 Levels of Classification
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Five Kingdoms
Animalia, Plantae, Protista, Monera, Fungi
Science Olympiad - Fossils - Porifera
Animalia
Porifera
Hydnoceras
Late Precambrian
Kingdom
Phylum
Genus. Of class Hexactinellida. Reef builder from Devonian to…
Appearance of Porifera
Animalia
Kingdom
Porifera
Phylum
SCIENCE CNIDARIAN PORIFERA
Anus
Collar Cells
Epithelial
Gastrovascular
an opening in which waste is excreted from an organism
cells that have flagella to move water inward and collect food
flattened outer skin and surface cells
the primary cavity of digestion in Cnidarians
Anus
an opening in which waste is excreted from an organism
Collar Cells
cells that have flagella to move water inward and collect food
Science Porifera study guide
Collegene
Spicule
How much must a sponge process to get…
What is the importance of studying the…
Is a protein which is possessed by all animals on earth and g…
It gives the sponge support, glass like structure
1 ton of water
To prove where it came from
Collegene
Is a protein which is possessed by all animals on earth and g…
Spicule
It gives the sponge support, glass like structure
Porifera (vocab Science Project)
Choanocytes
Spicule
Osculum
Archaeocytes
specialized cells that use a flagella to move a steady curren…
a spike-shaped structure
a large hole at the top of the sponge
specialized cells that move around the walls of the sponge
Choanocytes
specialized cells that use a flagella to move a steady curren…
Spicule
a spike-shaped structure
14 terms
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…
Science Porifera study guide
Collegene
Spicule
How much must a sponge process to get…
What is the importance of studying the…
Is a protein which is possessed by all animals on earth and g…
It gives the sponge support, glass like structure
1 ton of water
To prove where it came from
Collegene
Is a protein which is possessed by all animals on earth and g…
Spicule
It gives the sponge support, glass like structure
Science Olympiad - Fossils - Porifera
Animalia
Porifera
Hydnoceras
Late Precambrian
Kingdom
Phylum
Genus. Of class Hexactinellida. Reef builder from Devonian to…
Appearance of Porifera
Animalia
Kingdom
Porifera
Phylum
Science Porifera & Cnidarian Vocab
Regeneration
Polyp
Medusa
Tentacles
The process of renewal, restoration, and growth that makes ge…
A sedentary type of animal form characterized by a more or le…
A saucer-shaped or dome-shaped, free-swimming jellyfish or hy…
Any of various slender, flexible processes or appendages in a…
Regeneration
The process of renewal, restoration, and growth that makes ge…
Polyp
A sedentary type of animal form characterized by a more or le…
16 terms
Science Porifera and Cnidaria
Describe the characteristics of animal…
Describe the characteristics of animal…
Describe the two body plans found in c…
What a parasite is. Give an example.
The characteristics of an animal in the Porifera kingdom are…
Cnidarians have radial symmetry, have hydrostatic skeletons,…
They are Polyp and Medusa.
A parasite is a harmful creature that imbeds itself into a ho…
Describe the characteristics of animal…
The characteristics of an animal in the Porifera kingdom are…
Describe the characteristics of animal…
Cnidarians have radial symmetry, have hydrostatic skeletons,…
Porifera (Science Project)
Why are these organisms classified as…
What kind of symmetry do these organis…
How do these organisms acquire food?
How are nutrients circulated throughou…
They are multicellular, heterotrophs, and don't have cell wal…
These organisms are asymmetrical.
They use filters to sift through microscopic food particles.
The nutrients are circulated throughout the body by water flo…
Why are these organisms classified as…
They are multicellular, heterotrophs, and don't have cell wal…
What kind of symmetry do these organis…
These organisms are asymmetrical.
19 terms
Science Quiz (Porifera & Cnidarian)
Describe the characteristics of animal…
Describe the characteristics of animal…
Describe the two body plans found in c…
What a parasite is. Give an example.
Simplest... No real tissue... Cellular... Aquatic... No symmetry... Primitiv…
Second simplest... Radial symmetry... Nematocysts ... Has real tissue…
Polyps: tentacles at the top of the body (e.g. coral) sessile…
A parasite depends on host organism at some stage in its cycl…
Describe the characteristics of animal…
Simplest... No real tissue... Cellular... Aquatic... No symmetry... Primitiv…
Describe the characteristics of animal…
Second simplest... Radial symmetry... Nematocysts ... Has real tissue…
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
13 terms
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…
18 terms
Science - Animalia : Porifera
Porifera tubuhnya?
Lapisan penyusun tubuh
Rangkanya dari?
Respirasi dengan?
Berpori
Diploblastik
Spongin
Permukaan tubuh
Porifera tubuhnya?
Berpori
Lapisan penyusun tubuh
Diploblastik
37 terms
Science Quiz Porifera-Nematoda
Example(s) of Porifera:
Because a sponge is a ____ _________,…
Most sponges have _________ symmetry,…
How do organisms in Porifera reproduce?
Sponge
cell aggregate
asymmetrical, radial
sexually and asexually
Example(s) of Porifera:
Sponge
Because a sponge is a ____ _________,…
cell aggregate
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.
11 terms
Science final - Phylum Porifera and Cnidaria
Sponges
Sessile
Regeneration
Cnidarians
A sessile, aquatic invertebrates in the phylum prefer with no…
Does not move
Can form new organs and limbs when destroyed
a phylum of animals with radial symmetry called bodies, a sac…
Sponges
A sessile, aquatic invertebrates in the phylum prefer with no…
Sessile
Does not move
25 terms
Life Science Porifera-Annelida Vocab
Annelida
prostomium
setae
clitellum
the phylum of segmented worms
the first, small segment of an earthworm; the earthworm
tiny bristles that serve as anchors when the earthworm moves
a section of thickened skin that makes a mucus nest for the e…
Annelida
the phylum of segmented worms
prostomium
the first, small segment of an earthworm; the earthworm
17 terms
Science Key Terms- Porifera & Cnidaria
Regeneration
Polyp
Medusa
Tentacles
The process of renewal.
The cnidarian body plan characterized by a vase like shape an…
The cnidarian body plan having a bowl shape and adapted for a…
A slender flexible limb or an appendage in an animal, especia…
Regeneration
The process of renewal.
Polyp
The cnidarian body plan characterized by a vase like shape an…
18 terms
Science Test Porifera threw Annelida
What characteristics define the Porife…
What characteristics define the Platyh…
What representative invertebrate has t…
What is a parasite?
Some characteristics are that they have no tissue or organs,…
They have bilateral symmetry, they have stem cells, they have…
It is a jellyfish
A parasite is a harmful creature that connects to a host and…
What characteristics define the Porife…
Some characteristics are that they have no tissue or organs,…
What characteristics define the Platyh…
They have bilateral symmetry, they have stem cells, they have…
12 terms
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…
30 terms
Science- Porifera, Cnidaria, Echinoderms & Mollusk Review
Many pores
Stinging cells
Polyp
Medusa
What does porifera mean?
What does cnidarian mean?
Tentecles face up... Ex. Hydra
Tentecles face down... Ex. Jelly fish
Many pores
What does porifera mean?
Stinging cells
What does cnidarian mean?
Chapter 7 Marine Science Phylum Porifera
Benthic
Planktonic
Nektonic
Representative organisms
Bottom-dwellers
drifters
Strong swimmers
sponges
Benthic
Bottom-dwellers
Planktonic
drifters
Phylum Porifera Science 10-26-16
Animal
Multicellular
Phylum Porifera
Osculum
Does not photosynthesis
One indiviual ie made of human cells
The sponges
Large opening
Animal
Does not photosynthesis
Multicellular
One indiviual ie made of human cells
74 terms
Life Science practice test, Porifera-Platyhelminthes
Porifera
Cnidaria
Platyhelminthes
sessile
the phylum of sponges
the phylum of jellyfish
the phylum of flatworms
the adult does not move
Porifera
the phylum of sponges
Cnidaria
the phylum of jellyfish
science test- porifera, cnidarians and ctenophorans, annelids
what does porifera mean
what kingdom are porifera in
what is the simplest animal
how big are sponges usually
pore bearing
animalia
sponges
2 meters -2 centemeters
what does porifera mean
pore bearing
what kingdom are porifera in
animalia
55 terms
Science Quiz Porifera, Cnidaria, Nematoda, and Platyhelmithes
What is the phyla for sponges?
Importance of sponges
Where are sponges found?
What symmetry does a sponge have?
porifera
bath sponges, medicine
shallow seas, mainly salt water
Asymmetrical
What is the phyla for sponges?
porifera
Importance of sponges
bath sponges, medicine
23 terms
NMBCS Life Science Chapter 12, Part 1 Porifera and Cnidaria
invertebrate
skeleton
sponges
Porifera
an animal without a backbone- they still have a skeleton -95%…
mechanical support for muscle attachment and for consistent b…
"Pore animals" whose existence depends on the numerous pores…
the phylum with the characteristic of having pores-sponges
invertebrate
an animal without a backbone- they still have a skeleton -95%…
skeleton
mechanical support for muscle attachment and for consistent b…
Porifera
Asymmetrical
Pinacocytes
Spicules
Spongin
irregular in shape or outline
form outer cells of epidermis in porifera
small, spike shaped particles of calcium carbonate or silicon…
the network of protein fibers making up the simple skeleton o…
Asymmetrical
irregular in shape or outline
Pinacocytes
form outer cells of epidermis in porifera
33 terms
Porifera and Cnidaria
osculum
quiz percentage
flagella
cillia
Opening that allows water and wastes to flow outward.
20%
tail like structure used to move the organism or to move water
small hair like structures that help a micro-organism to move
osculum
Opening that allows water and wastes to flow outward.
quiz percentage
20%
28 terms
Porifera
Asymmetrical
Pinacocytes
Myocytes
Porocytes
irregular in shape or outline
form outer cells of epidermis in porifera
modified pinacocytes which contract to regulate water flow ou…
tubular cells that allow water to flow from the outside of th…
Asymmetrical
irregular in shape or outline
Pinacocytes
form outer cells of epidermis in porifera
Porifera
pinacocyte
porocyte
choanocyte
osculum
external cell layer in sponges
form the many holes in the body of the sponge and are channel…
any of the flagellated cells in sponges having a collar of cy…
A large opening on a sponge through which filtered water is e…
pinacocyte
external cell layer in sponges
porocyte
form the many holes in the body of the sponge and are channel…
20 terms
Porifera Vocabulary
Sessile
Endoderm
Spicule
Ectoderm
describes an organism that remains attached to a surface for…
the inner germ layer of organisms
small, hard pieces of calcium carbonate, or silica between th…
the outer germ layer of organisms
Sessile
describes an organism that remains attached to a surface for…
Endoderm
the inner germ layer of organisms
8 terms
Porifera
Porifera example
Porifera symmetry
Porifera body organization
Porifera feeding
sponges
bilateral
cells
filter feed
Porifera example
sponges
Porifera symmetry
bilateral
23 terms
Porifera
characteristics of animalia (9)
bastula
evolutionary trends (4)
tissues
bastula... multicellular... eukaryotic... heterotrophic... sexual reprodu…
hollow ball of cells in animalia
development of true tissues... trend from radial symmetry to bil…
cells grouped together with similar function and structure
characteristics of animalia (9)
bastula... multicellular... eukaryotic... heterotrophic... sexual reprodu…
bastula
hollow ball of cells in animalia
Porifera
Organisms
have organs
obtain food
similarities with plants
sponges
composed of cells only, no
strain water through pores as water passes through
attach to hard surfaces
Organisms
sponges
have organs
composed of cells only, no
Porifera
Water
Sexually and asexually
Tissues or organs
Sponges
Porifera live in
Porifera reproduce
Porifera don't have
Porifera are
Water
Porifera live in
Sexually and asexually
Porifera reproduce
15 terms
Phylum Porifera
Porifera
Body structure
collar cells
osculum
phylum name for the sponges, means "pore bearer"
asymmetrical, no tissues, no organs, contain 2 layers of cell…
line the inside of the sponge, contain flagella, draw water i…
top opening of the sponge in which water and waste are expell…
Porifera
phylum name for the sponges, means "pore bearer"
Body structure
asymmetrical, no tissues, no organs, contain 2 layers of cell…
15 terms
Chapter 9 PORIFERA
sessile
osculum
ostia
choanocyte
remaining attached to a surface during lifetime
excurrent pore for water leaving the sponge
incurrent pores for water entering sponge
flagellated cells (interior of sponge) that create water curr…
sessile
remaining attached to a surface during lifetime
osculum
excurrent pore for water leaving the sponge
6 terms
Porifera
What type of symmetry do porifera have?
How do porifera obtain food?
How do porifera exchange gases?
How do porifera move?
Asymmetry.
They are filter feeders.
They do diffusion from the water.
They are sessile.
What type of symmetry do porifera have?
Asymmetry.
How do porifera obtain food?
They are filter feeders.
Porifera
Means
Example
Where do they live
Are they sessile
Pore bearer
Sponge
In fresh and marine water
Yes
Means
Pore bearer
Example
Sponge
26 terms
Porifera, Cnidarian, Arthropod Review
Phylum Arthropoda
Class Scyphozoa
Order Orthoptera
Phylum Porifera
Phylum?
Class?
Order?
Phylum?
Phylum Arthropoda
Phylum?
Class Scyphozoa
Class?
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